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By FREDERIC EDEN.
In one vol., crown 8vo, cloth, 75. 6d. “Should any of our readers care to imitate Mr. Eden's example, and wish to see things with their own eyes, and shift for themselves, next winter in Upper Egypt, they will find this book a very agreeable guide.”— Times.
Gives, within moderate compass, a suggestive description of the charms, curiosities, dangers, and discomforts of the Nile voyage.”— Saturday Review.
“We have in these pages the most minute description of life as it appeared on the banks of the Nile; all that could be seen or was worth seeing in nature or in art is here pleasantly and graphically set down.
It is a book to read during an autumn holiday.”—Spectator.
By a New Writer.
Fcap. 8vo, cloth, 55. "The volume is marked both by lyrical feeling and lyrical art . . . it is poetic both in substance and form.”—Daily News.
* There is genuine beauty in his work-bright pure thoughts and tender fancies." -Scotsman.
“ So free and unaffected that we cannot but believe that the 'new writer' must be a very old student, and a long-practised manipulator in the mechanics of verse.”—Manchester Examiner.
Crown 8vo, 55: “Mr. Collins has an undercurrent of chivalry and romance beneath the trifling vein of good humoured banter which is the special characteristic of his verse.
The 'Inn of Strange Meetings' is a sprightly piece.”—Athenæum.
“Mr. Mortimer Collins's new volume will please thousands of old friends, and win him hundreds of new.
The poem which gives its name to the book is vigorous and graceful withal ; has many pretty conceits, and possesses a healthy tone. -Standard.
“ Abounding in quiet humour, in bright fancy, in sweetness and melody of expression, and, at times, in the tenderest touches of pathos.' --Graphic.
65, Cornhill, London,
Second Edition, cloth, 4s. 6d. “ The volume is anonymous; but there is no reason for the author to be ashamed of it. The ' Poems of Italy' are evidently inspired by genuine enthusiasm in the cause espoused; and one of them, 'The Execution of Felice Orsini,' has much poetic merit, the event celebrated being told with dramatic force.”—Athenæum.
“The verse is fluent and free.”—Spectator.
“We mention the book for its uncommon lyrical power and deep poetic feeling.”—Literary Churchman.
“The poems are nearly all worthy of preservation,”-Nonconformist.
By PATRICK SCOTT,
Fcap. 8vo, cloth, 55.
JOURNALS KEPT IN FRANCE AND ITALY, FROM 1848 TO 1852.
With a Sketch of the Revolution of 1848.
By the late NASSAU WILLIAM SENIOR.
In two vols., post Svo, 24s. “ The present volume gives us conversations with some of the most prominent men in the political history of France and Italy well as with others whose names are not so familiar or are hidden under initials. Mr. Senior had the art of inspiring all men with frankness, and of persuading them to put themselves unreservedly in his hands without fear of private circulation.”—Athenæum.
“ The book has a genuine historical value.”—Saturday Review.
“No better, more honest, and more readable view of the state of political society during the existence of the second Republic could well be looked for."-Examiner.
“Of the value of these volumes as an additional chapter in the history of France at the period when the Republic passed into the Empire, it is impossible to speak too highly.”—Public Opinion.
65, Cornhill, London,
THE DIVINE KINGDOM
In demy Svo, bound in cloth. Price jos. 6d.
“ Our COMMONWEALTH is in Heaven." “No one can rise from the study of this book without riper and larger ideas of the designs and purposes of the Divine mind in the constitution of His Church.”—English Churchman.
By G. S. DREW, M.A., Rector of Avington, Winchester, Author of “Reasons of Faith,”
“Scripture Studies," etc.
Bevelled boards, 8vo, price 1os. 6d. “Mr. Drew has invented a new method of illustrating Scripture history,—from observation of the countries. Instead of narrating his travels, and referring from time to time to the facts of sacred history belonging to the different places, he writes an outline history of the Hebrew nation from Abraham downwards, with special reference to the various points in which geography illustrates the history." --Saturday Review.
THE FOUR-FOLD BOND.
By ROBERT CARR.
12mo, 25. 6d.
65, Cornhill, London.
SERMONS BY THE REV. STOPFORD A. BROOKE, M.A.
Honorary Chaplain to Her Majesty the Queen.
Sermons preached in
FREEDOM IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. (Second Edition.) Six Sermons suggested by the Voysey
Judgment. In One Volume. Crown 8vo, cloth, 35. 6d. Every one should read them. No one can be insensible to the charm of his style, or the clear logical manner in which he treats his subject.”—Churchman's Monthly.
• We have to thank Mr. Brooke for a very clear and courageous exposition of theological views, with which we are for the most part in full sympathy."-Spectator.
Interesting and readable, and characterized by great clearness of thought, frankness of statement, and moderation of tone.”—Church Opinion.
A very fair statement of the views in respect to freedom of thought held by the liberal party in the Church of England.”—Blackwood's Magazine.
SERMONS PREACHED IN ST. JAMES'S CHAPEL,
YORK STREET, LONDON.
Crown 8vo. 6s. Fifth Edition. “ No one who reads these sermons will wonder that Mr. Brooke is a great power in London, that his chapel is thronged, and his followers large and enthusiastic. They are fiery, energetic, impetuous sermons, rich with the treasures of a cultivated imagination."- Guardian.
“Mr. Brooke's sermons are shrewd and clever, and always readable. He is better off than many preachers, for he has something to say, and says it.”— Churchman's Magazine.
“ A fine specimen of the best preaching of the Episcopal pulpit.”— British Quarterly.
65, Cornhill, London,
Books ON JNDIAN Subjects .
I. THE EUROPEAN IN INDIA. A Hand-book of practical information for those proceeding to,
or residing in, the East Indies, relating to Outfits, Routes, Time for Departure, Indian Climate, &c.
By EDMUND C. P. HULL. WITH A MEDICAL GUIDE FOR ANGLO-INDIANS. Being a compendium of Advice to Europeans in India, relating
to the Preservation and Regulation of Health. By R. S. MAIR, M.D., F.R.C.S.E., late Deputy Coroner of
In one vol., post 8vo, 6s. “The way in which the whole subject-matter of the volume is treated will ensure for it many readers.”—Public Opinion.
“Full of all sorts of useful information to the English settler or traveller in India."-Standard.
“One of the most valuable books ever published in India—valuable for its sound information, its careful array of pertinent facts, and its sterling common sense. It is a publisher's as well as an author's .hit,' for it supplies a want which few persons may have discovered, but which everybody will at once recognise when once the contents of the book has been mastered. The medical part of the work is invaluable."Calcutta Guardian.
By L. BOWRING, C.S.I.,
Chief Commissioner of Mysore and Coorg. In one vol., demy 8vo, 16s. Illustrated with Maps and Diagrams.
“ An admirable and exhaustive geographical, political, and industrial survey.
.”—Athenæum. “The usefulness of this compact and methodical summary of the most authentic information relating to countries whose welfare is intimately connected with our own, should obtain for Mr. Lewin Bowring's work a good place among treatises of its kind.”—Daily News.
“Interesting even to the general reader, but more especially so to those who may have a special concern in that portion of our' Indian Empire.”- Post.
“An elaborately got up and carefully compiled work."- Home News. “ A large, but certainly most enjoyable volume.”—Public Opinion.
65, Cornhill, London.