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WILLIAM MULLAN, BELFAST.
PATTERSON'S INTRODUCTION TO ZOOLOGY, with upwards
of 350 Illustrations, and a Glossary of Scientific Terms. 250 p pp.,
half-bound in roan, PATTERSON'S FIRST STEPS TO ZOOLOGY. New Edition,
with nearly 250 Illustrations. 244 pp., half-bound in roan, PATTERSON'S ZOOLOGICAL DIAGRAMS:
Sheet 1. Invertebrate Animals,
2. Vertebrate Animals,
ing a large number of New Selections, and a Complete Index.
ings in Prose and Verse. Adapted for the use of Junior Pupils,
by Professor BELL. 208 pp., cloth,
chiefly intended for the use of Young Ladies ; with an Intro-
MURRAY'S ABRIDGMENT OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR. By
the Rev. John DAVIS. Cloth, MURRAY'S FIRST GRAMMAR FOR JUNIOR CLASSES. By
the Rev. JOHN DAVIS. Cloth, HODGE'S (Dr J. F.) FIRST BOOK OF LESSONS IN CHEMIS
TRY, as Applied to Agriculture. Half-bound in roan, KNOWLES' (JAMES SHERIDAN) ELOCUTIONIST. Half
bound in roan, MANSON'S PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY, with a Key to the
Pronunciation of Scripture Proper Names, &c. Cloth, MANSON'S IMPROVED SPELLING-BOOK. 18mo, cloth, RUDDIMAN'S RUDIMENTS OF THE LATIN TONGUE. By
the Rev. John DAVIS. 12mo, cloth, THOMPSON'S ATLAS OF MODERN GEOGRAPHY. 27 Maps,
and a copious Consulting Index. Royal 4to, strongly half. bound,
345 pp. Post 8vo. Cloth, 5s.
A MANUAL OF
MENTAL PHILOSOPHY FOR THE GENERAL READER, Containing a brief account of the Intellectual, Progressive, and
Potential Faculties, with notices of the chief points of difference among writers on the Mind.
“This is a study which we have long been aware that Dr. MURPHY, in addition to his other erudite studies, has devoted profound attention, and his work, we are confident, will attract extensive notice in literary circles.” -Londonderry Standard.
“ It does honour to the clear intellect and reasoning faculties of the author, who has carefully studied his subject, and given us a work which is comparatively free of technicalities, and, therefore, specially adapted for the general reader.”- Belfast News- Letter.
“Dr. MURPHY's style is clearer than that of many writers on metaphysics.”—Edinburgh Courant.
It is very clearly and intelligently written, philosophical in its arrangement, and excellently adapted for senior scholars.”—Manchester Courier.
It would be hard to conceive anything more comprehensive, and yet so concentrated for the purposes of study.”-Belfast Northern Whig.
“ The · Human Mind' is a comprehensive and useful treatise, and one which we would
recommend to the class of readers for whom it is prepared.
He is not a servile copyist of others, but has done much which he may claim as original,”—Iron, London.
“His literary style is neat, and, indeed, what may be called elegant, and he explains a good deal of the terminology of psychology in a readable and popular manner."-Scotsman.
The 'Notes' contain a large amount of high scientific matter:
Mr. Murphy has undertaken that kind of psychological research which seems exactly fitted to his powers and taste. He is a Dugald Stewart rather than a Reid or Brown, and can teach admirably, and impart some original and good views, though he docs not soar to transcendental heights. He is, however, always clear and interesting.”—Morning Post.
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WILLIAM MULLAN, BELFAST.