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BOHN'S VARIOUS LIBRARIES.
Apuleius, the Golden Ass; Death of
Translated, with Notes and Extracts from
Vol. 1. Acharnians, Knights, Clouds,
Vol. 2. Lysistrata, Thesmophoriazusæ, Frogs, Ecclesiazusæ, and Plutus. Aristotle's Ethics. Literally Translated by Archdeacon BROWNE, late Classical Professor of King's College.
Politics and Economics. Translated by E. WALFORD, M.A.
Metaphysics. Literally Translated, with Notes, Analysis, Examination Questions, and Index, by the Rev. JOHN H. M'MAHON, M A., and Gold Medallist in Metaphysics, T.C.D.
History of Animals. In Ten Books. Translated, with Notes and Index, by RICHARD CRESSWELL, M.A.
Organon; or, Logical Treatises. With Notes. &c. By O. F. OWEN, M.A. 2 vols., 38. 6d. each.
Rhetoric and Poetics. Literally Translated, with Examination Questions and Notes, by an Oxonian. Athenæus. The Deipnosophists; or, the Banquet of the Learned. Translated by C. D. YONGE, B.A. 3 vols.
Cæsar. Complete, with the Alexandrian, African, and Spanish Wars. Literally Translated, with Notes.
Catullus, Tibullus, and the Vigil of Venus. A Literal Prose Translation. To which are added Metrical Versions by LAMB, GRAINGER, and others. Frontispiece.
Cicero's Orations. Literally Trans
lated by C. D. YONGE, B.A. In 4 vols.
on Oratory and Orators. By J. S. WATSON, M.A.
on the Nature of the Gods, Divination, Fate, Laws, a Republic, &c. Translated by C. D. YONGE, B.A., and F. BARHAM.
Cicero's Academics, De Finibus, and Tusculan Questions. By C. D. YONGE, B.A. With Sketch of the Greek Philosophy.
Offices, Old Age, Friendship, Scipio's Dream. Paradoxes, &c. Literally Translated, by R. EDMONDS. 38. 6d. Demosthenes' Orations. Translated, with Notes, by C. RANN KENNEDY. In 5 volumes.
Vol. 1. The Olynthiac, Philippic, and other Public Orations. 3s. 6d.
Vol. 2. On the Crown and on the Embassy.
Vol. 3. Against Leptines. Midias, An-
Vol. 4. Private and other Orations.
Dictionary of Latin Quotations. In-
Vol. 2. Hercules Furens, Troades, Ion,
Greek Anthology. Literally Translated. With Metrical Versions by various Authors.
Greek Romances of Heliodorus, Longus, and Achilles Tatius.
Herodotus. A New and Literal Translation, by HENRY CARY, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford.
Hesiod, Callimachus, and Theognis. Literally Translated, with Notes, by J. BANKS, M.A.
Homer's Iliad. Literally Translated, by an OXONIAN.
A CATALOGUE OF
Hunt's (Robert Poetry of Science; or, Studies of the Physical Phenomena of Nature. By Professor HUNT. New Edition, enlarged.
Index of Dates. See Blair's Tables. Joyce's Scientific Dialogues. Completed to the present state of Knowledge, by Dr. GRIFFITH. Numerous Woodcuts. Lectures on Painting. By the Royal Academicians. With Introductory Essay, and Notes by R. WORNUM, Esq. Portraits. Mantell's (Dr.) Geological Excursions through the Isle of Wight and Dorsetshire. New Edition, by T. RUPERT JONES, Esq. Numerous beautifully executed Woodcuts, and a Geological Map.
Medals of Creation; or, First Lessons in Geology and the Study of Organic Remains; including Geological Excursions. New Edition, revised. Coloured Plates, and several hundred beautiful Woodcuts. In 2 vols., 78. 6d. each.
Petrifactions and their Teachings. An Illustrated Handbook to the Organic Remains in the British MuNumerous Engravings. 6s.
Wonders of Geology; or, a Familiar Exposition of Geological Phenomena. New Edition, augmented by T. RUPERT JONES, F.G.S. Coloured Geological Map of England, Plates, and nearly 200 beautiful Woodcuts. In 2 vols., 7s. 6d. each. Morphy's Games of Chess. Being the Matches and best Games played by the American Champion, with Explanatory and Analytical Notes, by J. LÖWENTHAL. Portrait and Memoir.
It contains by far the largest collection of games played by Mr. Morphy extant in any form, and has received his endorsement and co-operation.
Cersted's Soul in Nature, &c. Portrait. Richardson's Geology, including Mineralogy and Palæontology. Revised and enlarged, by Dr. T. WRIGHT. Upwards of 400 Illustrations.
Schouw's Earth, Plants, and Man; and Kobell's Sketches from the Mineral Kingdom. Translated by A. HENFREY, F.R.S. Coloured Map of the Geography of Plants. Smith's (Pye) Geology and Scripture; or, The Relation between the Holy Scriptures and Geological Science. Stanley's Classified Synopsis of the Principal Painters of the Dutch and Flemish Schools.
Staunton's Chess-player's Handbook. Numerous Diagrams.
Chess Praxis. A Supplement
to the Chess-player's Handbook. Containing all the most important modern improvements in the Openings, illustrated by actual Games; a revised Code of Chess Laws; and a Selection of Mr. Morphy's Games in England and France. 6s.
Chess-player's Companion. Comprising a new Treatise on Odds, Collection of Match Games, and a Selection of Original Problems.
Chess Tournament of 1851.
Stockhardt's Principles of Chemistry, exemplified in a series of simple experiments. Upwards of 270 Illustrations.
Agricultural Chemistry; or, Chemical Field Lectures. Addressed to Farmers. Translated, with Notes, by Professor HENFREY, F.R.S. To which is added, a Paper on Liquid Manure, by J. J. MECHI, Esq.
Ure's (Dr. A.) Cotton Manufacture of Great Britain, systematically investigated; with an introductory view of its comparative state in Foreign Countries. New Edition, revised and completed to the present time, by P. L. SIMMONDS. hundred and fifty Illustrations. In 2 vols.
Philosophy of Manufactures; or, An Exposition of the Factory System of Great Britain. New Edition, continued to the present time, by P. L. SIMMONDS. 7s. 6d.
Berber, The; or, The Mountaineer of the Atlas. A Tale of Morocco, by W. S. MAYO, M.D. 1s. 6d.
Boswell's Life of Johnson. Including his Tour to the Hebrides, Tour in Wales, &c. Edited, with large additions and Notes, by the Right Hon. JOHN WILSON CROKER. The second and most complete Copyright Edition, re-arranged and revised according to the suggestions of Lord Macaulay, by the late JOHN WRIGHT, Esq., with further additions by
Mr. CROKER. Upwards of 40 fine Engravings on Steel. In 4 vols. 4s. each, or 8 parts 2s. each.
**The public has now for 16s. what was formerly published at 21. Boswell's Johnsoniana. A Collection of Miscellaneous Anecdotes and Sayings of Dr. Samuel Johnson, gathered from nearly a hundred publications. A Sequel to the preceding, of which it forms vol. 5, or parts 9 and 10. Engravings on Steel. In 1 vol. 4s., or in 2 parts, 2s. each.
BOHN'S VARIOUS LIBRARIES.
Cape and the Kafflrs. A Diary of Five Years' Residence. With a Chapter of Advice to Emigrants. By H. WARD. 2s. Carpenter's (Dr. W. B.) Physiology of Temperance and Total Abstinence. On the Effects of Alcoholic Liquors. 1s.; or, on fine paper, cloth, 2s. 6d. Cinq-Mars; or a Conspiracy under
Louis XIII. An Historical Romance by Count Alfred de Vigny. Translated by W. HAZLITT. 28.
Dibdin's Sea Songs (Admiralty Edition). Illustrations by Cruikshank. 2s. 6d.
Emerson's Orations and Lectures. 1s.
Representative Men. Com
plete. 18. Franklin's (Benjamin) Genuine Autobiography. From the Original Manuscript. By JARED SPARKS. 18. Gervinus's Introduction to the History of the 19th Century. From the German. 1s.
Guizot's Life of Monk. 1s. 6d.
Monk's Contemporaries. Studies on the English Revolution of 1688. Portrait of Clarendon. 1s. 6d. Hawthorne's (Nathaniel) Twice Told
Irving's Abbotsford and Newstead. 13 Salmagundi.
Bracebridge Hall. 1s. 6d. Astoria. 2s.
Wolfert's Roost, and other Tales. 1s.; fine paper, 1s. 6d.
Life of Washington. Authorized Edition (uniform with the Works). Fine Portrait, &c. 5 parts, with General Index. 2s. 6d. each.
Life and Letters.
By his Nephew, PIERRE E. IRVING. Portrait. In 4 parts. 2s. each.
**For Washington Irving's Collected Works, see p. 4.
Lamartine's Genevieve; or, The History of a Servant Girl. Translated by A. R. SCOBLE. 1s. 6d.
Stonemason of Saintpoint.
A Village Tale. 1s. 6d.
Three Months in Power. 2s. Lion Hunting and Sporting Life in Algeria. By JULES GERARD, the "Lion Killer." Twelve Engravings. 1s. 6d. London and its Environs. By CYRUS REDDING. Numerous Illustrations. 28.
Mayhew's Image of his Father. Twelve page Illustrations on Steel by "Phiz." 2s.
Modern Novelists of France. Con
taining Paul Huet, the Young Midshipman, and Kernock the Corsair, by Eugene Sue; Physiology of the General Lover, by Soulie; the Poacher, by Jules Janin; Jenny, and Husbands, by Paul de Kock.
Munchausen's (Baron) Life and Ad
Preachers and Preaching. Including sketches of Robert Hall, Newman, Chalmers, Irving, Melvill, Spurgeon, Bellew, Dale, Cumming, &c. 1s. 6d. Sandford and Merton. By THOMAS DAY. Eight fine Engravings by Anelay. 2s. Taylor's El Dorado; or, Pictures of the Gold Region. 2 vols. 1s. each. Willis's (N. Parker) People I have Met; or, Pictures of Society, and People of Mark. 1s. 6d.
Convalescent; or, Rambles
and Adventures. 1s. 6d.
Life Here and There; or, Sketches of Society and Adventure. 1s. 6d. Hurry-graphs; or, Sketches of Scenery, Celebrities, and Society. 1s. 6d. Pencillings by the Way. qe plates. 2s. 6d.