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4132 Sampson, Rev. E. F.-Christ church sermons. 292 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
LONGMANS 4133 Samuelson, James, ed.—The civilisation of our day: a series of original
essays on some of its more important pbases at the close of the 19th century. Ilustrated with maps, portraits, and woodcuts. 18 + 396 pp. Imp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 16s. net.
S. LOW The work is divided into four chief parts :-). The general progress of the century. II. Social and economic. IÌI. Educational. IV. Intellectual and religious. The subjects dealt with include :— The land and the cultivator-The food of the people--The permanent ways of travel- Telegraphs, Posts, &c.-Capital and labour—Co-operation - Woman and civilisation—The condition of children-Health and disease-The Drink question--Crime and punishmentEducation—The press-Free libraries - The popularisation of art - Our Know
ledge of the universe--The dawn of reason in religion, &c 4134* Schuster, Arthur, and Lees, Charles H.-An intermediate course of
practical physics. 16 + 248 pp. Illus. (Manuals for students series.) Globe 8vo, 1896, cloth, 5s.
MACMILLAN Written for students preparing for the intermediate science examination of London and Victoria Universities. The subject is treated with the view of accustoming the
student to practical work. 4135 Scott, Sir Walter—The downfall of Napoleon: his Escape from Elba, the
battle of Waterloo, captivity in St. Helena, and death. From Sir Walter Scott's Life of Napoleon Buonaparte. 224 pp. Illus. (Famous Books for Boys and Girls.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls. 6d.
BLACKIE 4136* Scott, Sir Walter-A legend of Montrose and Castle Dany erous. With
illustrations by W. Paget and A. de Parys. 20 + 422 pp. Imp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 7s. 6d
WARD, LOCK & Co. 4137 Sexton, Prof. A. Humboldt-Fuel and refractory materials. 352 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 5s.
BLACKIE 4138 Seymour, M. Corbet-A girl's kingdom. Illustrated by Gertrude Demain. Hammond. 224 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d.
BLACKIE 4139 Shakespeare, William-Sonnets and the Bible. By C. Ellis. 144 pp. 1896, leatherette, ls.
S. BAGSTER 4140 Shakespeare, William-Sonnets. With preface, glossary, &c., by Israel
Gollancz. Last volume of Temple Edition. 32 + 168 pp. With frontispiece . by G. F. Watts, R.A. 4in. + 5 in., 1896, cloth, Is. vet.; leather, Is. 6d. net.
J. M. DENT 4141 Shakespeare, William-The tragedy of King Richard III. Edited by
George Macdonald. 204 pp. (The Warwick Shakespeare.) Fcp. 8yo, 1896,
cloth, ls. 6d. 4142 Sharman, K. B.-The daily life of women: some practical suggestions : devotional. 58 pp. Sm. prist Svo, 1896, cloth, 6d.
S.P.C.K, 4143 Sherer, John W.-Alice of the inn : a tale of the old coaching days. 3rd edition. 8 + 482 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
W. H. ALLEN 4144 Sienkiewicz, Henry-Quo Vadis : a narrative of the time of Nero. Trans
lated from the Polish by Jeremiah Curtin. 8 + 542 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 4s. 6d. net.
J. M. DENT 4145 Simon, C. E.-A manual of clinical diagnosis by means of microscopic and chemical methods for students, etc. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 16s. net.
HIRSCHFELD 4146 Sinclair, Ven. Archdeacon-Simplicity in Christ: sermons. 309 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
A. CONSTABLE * These books can be inspected by the public, free, at the Publishers' Permanent Book Exhibition, 10, Blaomsbury street, London, W.C.
BLACKIE 4147 Sinclair, Catherine-Holiday house: a book for the young. 224 pp. Illus. (Famous Books for Boys and Girls). Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls. 6d.
BLACKIE 4148 Sladen, Douglas-A Japanese marriage. Cheap edition. 401 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, stiff boards, 2s., cloth, 2s. 6d.
A. & C. BLACK 4149* Sloane, William Milligan-Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. Illustrated
with 88 reproductious of the masterpieces of painting, in their original colours, and 220 full-page engravings in tint and black and white. (Supplied only in sets). Parts I. and II. and volume l. 20+283 pp. Imp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, volume, 24s. ; part 4s, net.
MACMILLAN Until recently, biographers of Napoleon have written their lives of him with a view tu pressing home the particular theories of his character. The opening up, however, of European archives and diplomatic correspondence, has enabled more dispassionate statements to be made. Dr. Sloane has here attempted a résumé of these more scientific works, and has also in his biography, added the results of original
research. 4150 Smith, Adam-Lectures on justice, police, revenue and arms, delivered
in the University of Glasgow. Reported by a student in 1763, and edited, with an introduction and notes, by Edwin Cannan. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 10s. 6d. net.
CLARENDON PRESS 4151 Smith, Rev. G. Herbert-Among the Menabe; or thirteen months on
the West Coast of Madagascar. 112 pp. Illus. Sketch and map. Sm. post, 8vo, 1896, cloth, Is. 6d.
S.P.C.R. 4152 Smith, Rev. J. Gregory-Boniface. 106 pp. (The Fathers for English Readers.) Fcp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls. 6d.
S.P.C.K. 4153 Snow, T. Burney, C. and Stringer, F. A.-The annual practice, 1897,
being a collection of the statutes, orders, and rules relating to, the general practice, procedure, and jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. 2 vols. (Lawyers Annual Library). Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 258.
Sweet & MAXWELL 4154 Sophocles : plays and fragments. Part VII. Ajax. Edited by R. C. Jebb. 74 + 258 pp. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 12s. 6d.
CAMB. Univ. PRESS 4155* Southey, Robert-The life of Nelson: with introduction, notes, and
appendices by David Hannay. 24 + 400 pp. Two portraits. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
HEINEMANN In a series of eight appendices, Mr. Hannay treats of Prince William Henry, Cuthbert Collingwood, Hood's Plan of Batlle, the Hamiltons, Nelson at Naples, Nelson at Dresden, the Signal at Copenhagen, the Nelson Touch, and the Codicil to
Nelson's Will. 4156 Spenser, Edmund-Faerie Queene. Part V. Edited by Prof. Hales. Hlustrated by Louis Fairfax Muckley. Sm. cr. 4to, paper, 2s. 6d. net.
J. M. DENT 4157* Spenser, Edmund-Faerie Queene. Book VI. Cantos I.-IV. Edited
by Thomas J. Wise. Part XVI. With four full page and other illustra
tions by Walter Crane. 92 pp. 4to, 1896, paper, 10s. 6d. G. ALLEN 4158 Spenser, Edmund-Faery Queene. Book II. Designed chiefly for the
use of schools, with introduction and notes by G. W. Kitchin, and glossary by A. L. Mayhew. 9th edition. Ex. fcp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d.
CLARENDON PRESS 4159 Spurgeon, C. H.-Barbed arrows from the quiver of. 300 pp. Fcap. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d.
PASSMORE & ALABASTER
* These books can be inspected by the public, free, at the Publishers' Permanent
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4160 Stacpoole, Florence-Everyday ailments, and how to treat them. 8 + 159 pp. (Everyday Help series.) Sq. 8vo, 1896, parchment, 6d.
WALTER SCOTT 4161 Stevens, W.-The teaching of orthic shorthand. Part I. 16 pp. Dy. Svo, 1896, paper, ls. net.
C. J. CLAY 4162* Stewart, Dr. R. W.-An elementary text-book of heat and light. With
numerous illustrations and examples. 3rd edition. (The University Tutorial series.) 8 + 162 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, clotb, 3s. 6d. W. B. Clive
Written to cover the ground of the syllabus of the matriculation examination of
the University of London. 4163 Strain, E. H.-School in fairyland. 173 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
· Fisher UNWIN 4164 Streane, A. W.-The double text of Jeremiah. 8 + 379 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
DEIGHTON, BELL & Co. 4165 Stredder, Eleanor.—The hermit princes : tale of adventure in Japan. 315 pp. Illus. Post 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d.
T. NELSON 4166 Stone, W. G. Boswell. -Shakespeare's Holinshed. 532 pp. Cr. 4to, 1896, buckram, 158. net.
LAWRENCE & BULLEN 4167* Sturgis, Russell.-European architecture: a historical study. 28+578 pp. lllus. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 18s.
MACMILLAN " This book is devoted to the study of those ancient styles of decorative building wbich have most powerfully influenced later styles, and to those later styles them.
selves; down to the present epoch in which no style prevaile." 4168 Surr, Mrs. Elizabeth.- The king of love: Christ's life. 276 pp. La. Śr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s.
HOULSTON 4169* Swan, Maggie.-A neglected privilege : the story of a modern woman. Illus. 286 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
WARD, LOCK & Co. 4170 Swete, H. B.-Old Testament in Greek, according to the Septuagint.
Vol. II. Chronicles—Tobit. 2nd edition. 16 + 877 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 7s. 6d.
CAMB. Univ. Press 4171 Swete, H. B.—The Psalms, with the Canticles, in Greek, according to the
Septuagint (being a portion of Vol. II. of the manual edition of the Septuagint.) 2nd edition. 14 + 213 + 416 + 789-812, with 8 pp. appendix. Čr. Svo, 1896, cloth, 28. 6d.
CAMB. Univ. PRESS 4172 Symes, J. E.-Political economy. 14 + 200 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 28. 6d.
LONGMANS 4173* Talmud, Babylonian, New Edition of the English translation. Origi
nal text edited, formulated, and punctuated by Michael L. Rodkinson. Revised and corrected by the Rev. Dr. Isaac M. Wise. Two portraits, Vol. I. Tract Sabbath. 36 + 188 pp. Imp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 12s.6d. net.
G. REDWAY This particular portion of the Talmud deals with all the rabbinical interpretations of the laws regulating the observance of the Sabbath Day. In this translation it is
supplied with an explanatory introduction and a general analysis of the contents. 4174* Taylor, Thomas E.-Running the blockade : a personal narrative of
adventures, risks, and escapes, during the American Civil War. With an introduction by Julian Corbett. Maps and illustrations. 24 + 180 pp. Post 8vo, 1896, cloth, 7s. 6d.
John MURRAY Mr. Taylor's narrative is intended to illustrate the importance of blockades in times of war as an effective naval operation in imprisoning an enemy's war fleets in its own ports. It also illustrates the position of neutrals in running a blockade, and the
dangers they run, both legally and arbitrarily. * These books can be inspected by the public, free, at the Publishers' Permanent Book Exhibition, 10, Bloomsbury Street, London, W.C.
4175* Tebb, William, and Vollum, Col., E. P.-Premature burial and how it
may be prevented : with special reference to trance, catalepsy, and other forms of suspended animation. 400 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 5s.
The authors have written their biok for the purpose of calling attention to the dangers of premature burial, and bave supplied practical suggestions which may prepare the way for bringing about certain needed reforms in our burial customs.
4176 Thayer, W. M.-Round the hearthstone; or, hints for home builders 4.9 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 5s.
T. NELSON 4177 Theuriet, A.-Rustic life in France. Translared from the French. By H.
B. Dole. New edition. Illus. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 10s. 6d. net. GAY & BIRD 4178 Thiebault, Baron, Memoirs of. Translated by Arthur John Butler. 2 vols.,
Vol. 1., 10 + 491 pp., Purtrait; Vol. II., 438 pp., Portrait and map. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 28s.
Smith ELDER 4179* Thimm, C. A.--Turkish self-taught elementary grammar and dic
tionary. Edited by Abu Said and Prof. G Hagopian. 3rd Edition. 136 pp. (Self-Taught Library.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d., paper, 2s.
E. MARLBOROUGH 4180 Thomas, Rev. H. Elwyn-The martyrs of hells highway, with preface
and appendix by Mrs. Josephine E. Butler. 176 pp., Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s, 6d.
H. R. ALLENSON This work deals with the most painful phase of the Social Question in a manner
Dever attempted before. 4181 Thompson, D'Arcy Wentworth-The S of Diophantus. 3 pp. (Trans
actions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Vol. 38. No. 17.) 4to, 1896, paper, 6d.
WILLIAMS and NORGATE 4182 Thompson, Edward P.-Roentgen rays and phenomena of the anode and
caibode, principles, applications, and theories. With a concluding chapter by William A. Anthony. 14 + 190 pp. Illus. Med. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 78. 6d.
E. & F. N. SPON A history of the subject of X rays, tracing its development from the discovery until the present time. The volume contains 60 diagrams and 45 half-tone illustrations of the New Photography, and embraces records of the experiments of scientists from 1831 to July, 1896. Mr. Anthony hesitates to accept any stream or vortex
theory without knowing more of the nature of such streams or vortices. 4183* Thompson, Ernest E.-Studies in the art anatomy of animals: being
a brief analysis of the visible fornis of the more familiar mammals and birds. Designed for the use of sulptors, painters, illustrators, naturalists, and taxidermists. Illustrated with 100 drawings by the author. 12 + 96 pp. Roy. 4to, 1896, cloth, 30s. net.
MACMILLAN The author has attempted to supply a work dealing with the general principles of comparative art anatomy. He treats primarily of the visible form of the living animal, for purposes of application to representation in art. Of hair and fur he has
made a careful study from the scientific as well as the artistic point of view. 4184 Thomson, Prof. Arthur-A handbook of anatomy for art students. Illus. 8vo, 1896, buckram. 16s. net.
CLARENDON PRESS 4185 Tipple, Rev. S. A. -The arriving guest: sermons. 225 pp. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 58.
E. STOCK 4186 Tolstoi, Count, L. N.–The Gospel in brief. 8 + 226. (Count Tolstoi series.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d.
WALTER SCOTT * These books can be inspected by the public, free, at the Publishers' Permanent
Book Exhibition, 10, Bloomsbury Street, London, W.C.
4187 Toynbee, Edith-True stories from Scottish history. 256 pp. (Historical library series.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d.
Griffith, FARRAN, Browne & Co. 4188 Uncle Jack, Pseud.- Follow the drum: pictures and stories for cheerful and glum. 72 pp. (Picture Books series.) Cr. 4to, 1896, pa per boards, ls.
S. W. PARTRIDGE 4189 Uncle John, Pseud.--Anecdotes of animals and birds. 128 pp.
Illus. (Children's Picture Books serirs.) Cr. 4to, 1896, paper boards, cloth back, ls. 6d.
S. W. Partridge 4190 Uncle Sam's letters on phrenology-Revised with introduction by Nelson
Sizer. 145 pp. (1st series.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, paper, 2s. L. N. FOWLER 4191* Upanishads, The - Translated into English with a preamble and arguments
by G. R. S. Mend and Jagadisla Chandra Chattopadhyâya. Vol. II. 6 + 98 pp. Long 12mo., 1896, cloth, ls. 6d. net, paper, 6d. net.
THEOSOPHICAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY 4192 Upton, Florence K., and Bertha-The Golliwogg's bicycle club. 64 pp. Oblong 4to, 1896, paper, 6s.
LONGMANS 4193 Vandam, Albert W.-Undercurrents of the second empire : notes and
recollections. 12+ 432 pp. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 78. 6d. net. HEINEMANN
The present volume might be said to foron a companion book to the author's “ An Englishman in Paris," and “ Mv Paris Note Book." It deals with Parisian political
and social life just before and after the famous coup d'état. 4194 Velasquez-A dictionary of the Spanish and English languages,
abridged from the author's larger work in two parts, Spanish-English, and
English-Spauish. 8+847 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s. HIRSCHFELD 4195* Verne, Jules-Floating island; or, the pearl of the Pacific. >O illustrations. 8 + 382 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
S. Low 4196 Vincent, J. E.-The land question in North Wales; being a brief survey of
the history, origin, and character of the agrarian agitation, and of the nature and effects of the proceedings of the Welsh Land Commission. 8 + 320 pp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 58.
LONGMANS 4197 Walker, Brida—The little Marie: tales. 102 pp. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
E. STOCK 4198 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Illustrated catalogue of the Autumn Exhibition of Pictures at the. 4 + 1:24 pp. 8vo, 1896, paper, ls.
JAGGAKD (Liverpool) 4199 Walton, Amy-Penelope and others; a story of five country children. New and cheaper edition. 2:24 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896. cloth, Is. 6d.
BLACKIE 4200 Walton, Izaak—The compleat angler. Edited with an introduction by
Andrew Ling. 60+320 pp. Illustrated by E. J. Sullivan. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 4s. 6d. net.
J. M. DENT 4201* Wanklyn, Rev. J. H.--The lessons of Holy Scripture appointed by the
Church of England, severally illustrated by thoughts in verse gathered from about 500 writers, in eight volumes. Vols. 1-4. Vol. I., 428 pp. ; Vol. II., 328 pp. ; Vol. III., 338 pp. ; Vol. IV., 376 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, gilt edges, 21s. net.
BEMROSE To ex'ch of the lessons read in the Church of England service, the compiler has placed i poem or hymn which reflects the spirit of that lesson, and which also incul. cates subsidiary lessons of morality. On ove page is placed the extract of the
Scripture, and on the opposite the poem referring to it.