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MACAULAY'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND. New Edition STORIES FROM VIRGIL. By the Rev. A. J. CHURCH,

of Lord Macaulay's History of England, from new electro- | M.A. 32mo, paper, 25 cents; cloth, 40 cents.
type plates, printed from the Last English Edition. 8vo,
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THE STORY OF LIBERTY. By CHARLES CARLETON
II.

COFFIN, Author of “The Boys of '76," Illustrated. 8vo, ENGLISH MEN OF LETTERS. Edited

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cloth, $3.
LEY. 12mo, cloth, 75 cents per volume.
The following volumes are now ready: Shelley. By J. A. SOME RECOLLECTIONS OF RUFUS CHOATE. By
SYMONDS.-Sir Walter Scott. By R. H. HUTTON. EDWIN P. WHIPPLE 32mo, paper, 15 cents.
Edward Gibbon. By J. C. MORRISON.-Samuel Johnson.
By LESLIE STEPHEN,

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THE CERAMIC ART. A Compendium of the History and

Manufacture of Pottery and Porcelain. By JENNIE J. THEIRISH BAR : Comprising Anecdotes, Bon-mots, and

YOUNG. With 464 illustrations. 8vo, cloth, $5.
Biographical Sketches of the Bench and Bar of Ireland.
By J. RODERICK O'FLANAGAN. 4to, paper, 15 cents.

SCIENTIFIC MEMOIRS, being Experimental Contributions
IV.

to a Knowledge of Radiant Energy. By JOHN WILLIAM THE STORY OF THE CHRISTIANS AND MOORS DRAPER, M.D., LL.D., President of the Faculty of Science OF SPAIN. By CHARLOTTE M. YONGE. 4to, paper, I in the University of New York, author of “A Treatise on To cents.

Human Physiology," “ History of the Intellectual DevelopV.

ment of Europe," "History of the American Civil War," EPOCHS OF ENGLISH HISTORY. A series of Books etc. With a portrait. 8vo, cloth, $3. narrating the History of England. Edited by M. CREIGH

XI. TON. 8 volumes.

| ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF ANCIENT LITERATURE, 2. England a Continental Power, 1066-1216. By LOUISA

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