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No. VIII.-Life and Death. Life is Union with
God : Death is Separation from God : some have Life here; all have life hereafter. Price 28. 6d.
No. IX.-The Creeds of Christendom being opposed
to God's Word, and the Religious Practices necessarily heterodox whieb flow from erroneous doctrines, it becomes imperative, when God vouchsafes increased light, that a Reformation be entered upon. Price 6d.
The True Church, showing what is the True Church.
The ingathering of the Jews to the Church ; in what manner and when:
James BIDEN. 12mo, cloth, 7s. 6d.
of Architectural Mensuration, by which the Student may teach himself
Sections, Diagrams, &c. 4to, 188 cloth.
with Critical Notes and a Practical Improvement of each Section. With
8vo, cloth lettered, £1 ls. Edwards' (Jonathan) Whole Works. 2 vols. impe
rial 8vo, cloth lettered, £2 108.
This edition contains several articles never before included in an English edition. The additions are-1, Types of the Messiah ; 2, Notes on the Bible; 3, Seventeen Occasional Sermons. Robert Hall pronounced Edwards to be "the greatest of the sons of men." He “ranks with the brightest luminaries of the Christian Church, not excluding any country or any age since the apostolic.” The Rev. E. Bickersteth observes," he is a writer of great origi. nality and piety, and with extraordinary mental powers.”
Gibbon's History of the decline and Fall of the
Roman Empire. With an Introductory Memoir of the author, by W.
1330 pages. Imp. 8vo, cloth lettered, £1 4s.
Containing, in addition to those heretofore published, numerou. Sermons, now first printed from Original Manuscripts. With an Appen lix on what Christ is made to Believers in Forty Real Benefits. By the Rev. PHILIP Henry; never before published: and a Preface by J. B. WILLIAMS.
2 good Portraits. Imperial 8vo, cloth lettered, 21s. Lardner's (Dr. Nathaniel) Whole Works. With a
Life, by Dr. KIPPIS. 10 vols, 8vo, cloth lettered, £5 58.
In applause of Dr. Lardner, all parties of Christians, whether Catholic or Protestant, are united, regarding him as the champion of their common and holy faith; and even professed unbelievers have awarded him the meed of faithfulness and impartiality, The publication of his works constituted a new era in the annals of Christianity : for, by collecting a mass of scattered evidence in favour of the authenticity of the evangelical history, he estab. lished a bulwark on the side of truth which infidelity has never presumed to attack.
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Robertson's Historical Works. With Life by Dugald
Stewart. Complete in 1 vol., 8vo, and printed on the best paper, and a good readable type, price 15s., cloth.
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire. By E. GIBBON. New Edition, 8 vols. 8vo., with Maps, and some
The Historical Works of William Robertson, D.D.
Comprising the History of America, the History of Scotland, and the
May be had separate.
History of America. 2 vols. Svo, cloth boards. 185.
Russell's (Dr.) History of Modern Europe: with an
Account of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, and a View of the Progress of Society from the Rise of the Mod: rn Kingdoms to the Peace of Paris in 1763; in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to his Son, New Edition, continued to Queen Victoria of England. 4 vols. 8vo, £2 12. boards.
The Ancient History ofthe Egyptians, Carthaginians,
Assyrians, Babylonians, Merles and Persians, Macedonians and Grecians. By C. Rollin. Translated from the French. New Edition, with maps and other engravings. 6 vols. 8vo. f2 2s. boards.
A Hebrew Primer. (Intended as an Introduction to
the Spelling and Reading of Hebrew, with the Points.) By A. McCaul, D.D., Professor of Hebrew at King's College, London, and Prebendary of St. Paul's. To such as contemplate the study of this ancient language, this pamphlet, compiled for the use of children and beginners," may serve as a stepping stone. It has already passed through several editions, and may be looked upon with confidence from the well-known character of its author as a learned episcopal “divine," in London. 8vo, ls. 6d.
An Easy Methed of acquiring the Reading of
Hebrew, with the Points, according to Ancient Practice. Folio Sheen, 1s. 6d.
An Easy Method of acquiring the Reading of Arabic,
with the Points. Folio sheet, 1s. 60.
An Easy Method of acquiring the Reading of Syriac, with the Points. Folio sheet, Is. 6d.
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Prosser's (Rev, James) Key to the Hebrew Scriptores;
being an Explanation of Every Word in the Sacred Tert, arranged in the order in which it occurs; with an Index containing Every Word, with its leading idea, and a Reference to its place in the Key. To which is prefixed a Short but compendious Hebrew Grammar, 8vo, 8s. 60.
Parkhurst's Greek and English Lexicon to the New
Testament; to which is prefixed a plain, easy Greek Grammar; with
Foster's Post Copy-Books. 6d. each. An improved
method of teaching writing. Part 1. Initiatory exercises.
PART 7. Large-text exercises. 2. Initiatory exercises.
8. Large-text and capitals. 3. Initiatory exercises.
9. Large-text words. 4. Large-text exercises.
10. Text and round hand. 5. Large-text exercises.
11. Small-hand sentences. 6. Large-text exercises.
12. Large-text, T., R., & S. hnd
Elementary Copy-books: 4d, each. By B. F. Foster,
No. 1–7. Initiatory exercises
8. Text-hand do and words. 9. Round hand do and words. 10. Small hand do and words. 11. Text. R., and small hand. 12. Current-hand lessons.
Extra books for practice,-viz.
15. Large text, T., and R. hænd.
B. F. Foster's Double Entry Elucidated. The design
of this work is three-fold
1. To elucidate the immutable principles of double entry, and to disentangle them from forms with which they have too long been confounded.
2. To point ont radical defects in the prevalent modes of teaching bookkeeping, and to suggest the means whereby those defects may be removed.
3. To exemplify the modern improvements in the arrangement of accounts, and to exhibit the art as it is actually practised by the most intelligent merchants at home and abroad.
4to, cloth, 8s. 6d.
Foster's Penmanship, Illustrated and explained:
containing an ex position of the most Approyed Modes of Teaching this Art. 12mo, 28. 6d.
Foster's Counting-house Assistant ; showing the
Nature, Usages, and Operations of Bills of Exchange, &c. 12mo, 5s.
The Origin and Progress of Bookkeeping; com
prising an Account of all the Works published on this subject, from 1543 to 1852; with Remarks, Critical and Historical. BY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Foster. 8vo, Is.
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The Homeopathic Times, Review of British and
Foreign Medical Science and Literature. The chief requirements to render this Journal further effective, are a copious supply of Hospital and Dispensary reports, and Medical observations and cases, whether of public or private practice. A very large circulation only is needed, which should be aided by every sincere friend to our cause. Weekly, price 3d. ; stampe:1, 4d. Nos. I to 230 are published : most of the back Numbers may be had.
The British Journal of Homoeopathy.
Published Quarterly, price 5s. Edited by Dr. DersDALE, Dr. Russell, and Dr. Dungeox. Parts 1 to 47 are published.
Homeopathy in Acute Diseases. By Stephen
YELDHAM, M.R.C.S., 8vo, cloth, price 6s. 6d. “Those who are disposed to attach themselves to the new school' will scarcely find a more able exposition of the system than that contained in Mr. Yeldham's book, which is evidently tue production of a gentleman well skilled in his profession."-St. James's Chronicle.
“Mr. Yeldham writes with energy. We have read his book with pleasure, and lay it down with a feeling of respect for the Author. He does not indulge in personalities, or seek to entertain his readers by references to professional sq abbles. He deals largely with facts, each of the treatises on disease being illustrated by the history of various cases which have come under bis treatment. To facts and principles the Homeopathic Authors constantly refer their readers, and we know no higher and firmer ground on which doctrine could be based.” - Morning Post.
Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Homøo
pathy, by R. E. DUDGEON, M.D, Lecturer on the Theory and Practice of Homeopathy, at the Hahnemann Hospital School of Homeopathy, Physician to the Hahnemann Hospital, &c. &c. 8vo, cloth, price 78. 60.
Elements of Veterinary Homoeopathy, embracing
Hints on the Application of Hydropathy, or a Treatise on the Diseases of
On Hysteria in the Mare ; with Illustrative Cases.
By W. Haycock, V.S., and M.R.C.V.S. &c. 8vo, price 1s.
The British and Foreign Homoeopathic Medical
Directory and Record. Edited by GEORGK ATKIN, M.D. Containing'a list of Homeopathic Practitioners in England, Ireland, Scotland, and the Channel Islands; also an American and Continental Medical Directory; an Account of all the Homeopathic Hospitals and Dispensaries, English, American, and Continental; a list of Homeopathic Societies and Associations, British, American, and Continental; a complete list of Works on Homeopathy, published in England and America, up to date; Obituary of Deceased Practitioners : a Homeopathic and General Medical Calendar; with a great variety of interesting matter bearing on the past history, the present position, and future prospects of Homeopathy, &c. &c. 8vo, cloth, price 5s.
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Tracts on Homøopa hy, by William Sharpe, M.D.,
F.R.S., late Senior Surgeon to the Bradford Infirmary. Price Twopence each. 1. What is Homoeopathy? Third Edition.
2. The Defence of Homeopathy; being a Reply to Dr. Routh's Fallacies of Homoeopathy. Fourth Edition.
3. The Truth of Homeopathy. Fifth Edition,
Preparing for Publication. 9. The Remedies of Homoeopathy, " The author is a scholar, a man of science, and, at the same time, a practical man,
a Tho mode in which the subject is handled in this little treatise will sati fy any medical man, who peruses it with an unprejudiced mind, that Homeopathy is worthy of experimental investigation, and convince every non-medical reader that the system is rational and deserving of confidence." - British Journal of Humaopathy,
“ Dr. Sharp is a writer of the first class : he reminds us in his argumentation of such men ns Whatély, Coplestone, Butler, and Berkeley. His statements are unimpeachable his reasoning is without a flaw, and his conclusions are inevitable." ---Homeopathic Times.
“ The Tratts hy Dr. Sharp are decidedly the best we have seen on the subject : every bomæopath should possess them.”—Homeopathic Record.
A Sermon preached in the Church of St. Angustine,
Old Change, Cheapside, on Wednesday, April 9, 1851, in aid of the
Wickwar. Dedicated to WILLIAM LEAF, Esq. 8vo, price ls. "Suffer me that I may speak; and after that I have spoken, mock on"-JOB. IXL. 3.
Horæ Homoeopathicæ. Hora Prima, the Favourite
of the Family: or, Pretty Little Doses for Pretty Little Dears. An "Ower True Tale"
18mo, cloth gilt edges. 1s. 6d. “I held my tongue and spake nothing : I kept silence, yea, even from good words ; but it was pain nd grief to me.”
“My heart was hot within me: and while I was thus musing, the fire kindled ; and at the last I spake with my tongue."
Statnette of Hahnemann. This beantiful Work of
Art, in Parian China, is now ready. Price Three Guineas.
The Convent ; a Narrative founded on fact. By
Miss R M CRINDELL.
The Contents are as follow :—“ The Convent Bells—The Spanish Novice The Garden- The Dawn of Light--Fearful anticipations—The Night WatchThe Dying Nun - The Miracle-The Examination - The Confessional - The Escape." 12mo, cloth, price 58. Convent life is here rerealed in an erciling narrative, already gone, and deservedly, through three editions. An invaluable book for all young ladies to read. Lectures on the Conversion of the Jews, by Min.
isters of Different Denominations. Delivered in the National Scotch Church, Regent-square, by the Rev. Messrs. James Hamilton, A M., F. A. Cox, D.D, T. Archer, Á.M., J. Bennett, D D., E. Henderson, D.D., J.C. Burns, A.M, H. F Burder, D.D., J. Morison, D.D., J. S. Stamp, and J. Harris, D.D. 12mo, cloth, price 3s. 6d.