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VI. REV. FRED. W. ROBERTSON (OF BRIGHTON). New Editions of his LIFE AND WORKS in preparation.
VII. MEMOIRS OF THE COUNTESS LEONORA CHRISTINA
(By marriage, COUNTESS ULFELDT.) Written during her imprisonment in the Blue Tower of the
Royal Palace at Copenhagen, 1663–1685.
Translator of Grimm's “ Life of Michael Angelo,” etc.
VIII. THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION. By WALTER BAGEHOT. A New Edition, revised and corrected, with an Introductory Dissertation on recent changes and events.
Handsome, crown 8vo, 7s. 6d.
THE OPERATIONS OF THE GERMAN ARMIES IN
By Major WILLIAM BLUME.
Professor of Military History, Sandhurst.
Sketches of Statesmen.
65, Cornhill, London,
OVER VOLCANOES; OR, THROUGH FRANCE AND SPAIN IN 1871.
By A. KINGSMAN.
By JOHN PAYNE,
Post 8vo, 6s.
By B. MONTGOMERIE RANKING.
By R. T. LYONS, M.D.,
Small Post 8vo.
From the French of Professor TH. RIBOT.
GEORGE H. LEWES. A. BAIN.
HERBERT SPENCER. JOHN STUART MILL.
65, Cornhill, London,
APPROVED FICTION :-THE LIBRARY
OF CHEAP REPRINTS.
SHORTLY TO BE PUBLISHED, IN ONE VOL., CR. OCTAVO. ROBIN GRAY. By CHARLES HIRELL. By JOHN SAUNDERS.
GIBBON. FOR LACK OF GOLD. By the ABEL DRAKE'S WIFE. By the same Author.
same Author. ONE OF TWO. By J. HAIN KITTY. . By Miss M. BETHAMFRISWELL.
Recently Published Works.
A South Sea Sketch.
In small 8vo, cloth, 55.
CATHOLICISM AND THE VATICAN. With a Narrative of the Old Catholic Congress at Munich. By J. LOWRY WHITTLE, A.M., Trin. Coll., Dublin.
Crown Svo, 45. 6d. “On the whole, taking a wide view of the history, we are obliged to say that the governing body of the Church came short, and the governed were pre-eminent in faith, zeal, courage, and constancy.”. Newman, The Arians of the Fourth Century, 3rd edition, p. 454.
(Just out. 65, Cornhill, London.
IV. ECHOES OF A FAMOUS YEAR. A New Work by HARRIET PARR. Author of "The Life of Jeanne d'Arc,"
,” “In the Silver Age,” etc. Crown 8vo, 8s. 6d. [Just out.
A Volume of Travels, with Maps.
Demy 8vo, 16s. “Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done in the quickest and pleasantest manner, and how the brightest and most cheerful of travellers did it with eyes wide open and keen attention all on the alert, with ready sympathies, with the happiest facility of hitting upon the most interesting features of nature and the most interesting characteristics of man, and all for its own sake.”—Spectator.
“ Delightfully written, as unpretentious and as entertaining a sketch of travel as we have seen for a long time.”-Scotsman.
JEAN JAROUSSEAU, THE PASTOR OF THE DESERT.
From the French of EUGENE PELLETAN.
Translated by Colonel E. P. DE L'HOSTE. Handsomely bound, in fcap. 8vo, with an engraved frontispiece,
price 55. “ This charming specimen of Eugène Pelletan's tender grace, humour, and high-toned morality.” – Notes and Queries.
VII. THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE. Dedicated by special permission to LORD ST. LEONARDS.
Large crown 8vo, 55. “A pleasantly written volume, of a very suggestive character.”Standard.
“Some shrewd observations, illustrated by references to a number of remarkable instances of long life.”—Public Opinion.
“A very pleasant little book, which is always, whether it deal in paradox or earnest, cheerful, genial, scholarly.”—Spectator.
65, Cornhill, London,
VIII. DISCIPLINE AND DRILL. Four Lectures delivered to the London Scottish Rifle Volunteers.
By Captain S. FLOOD PAGE, Adjutant of the Regiment, late 105th Light Infantry, and Adjutant of the Edinburgh
Rifle Brigade. Just published. A Cheaper Edition, price is. “One of the best-known and coolest-headed of the metropolitan regi. ments, whose adjutant moreover has lately published an admirable col. lection of lectures addressed by him to the men of his corps."— Times. “Capt. Page has something to say
and in every case it is said moderately, tersely, and well.”—Daily Telegraph. “The very useful and interesting work.
Every Volunteer, officer or private, will be the better for perusing and digesting the plain-spoken truths which Captain Page so firmly, and yet so modestly, puts before them; and we trust that the little book in which they are contained will find its way into all parts of Great Britain.”—Volunteer Service Gazette.
"The matter is eminently practical, and the style intelligible and unostentatious.”—Volunteer News, Glasgow.
THE SUBSTANTIVE SENIORITY ARMY LIST.
First Issue. Majors and Captains, containing the Names of all Substantive
Majors and Captains, Serving upon Full-pay or Retired upon Half-pay, Arranged according to their Seniority in the Service, And in such order as immediately to exhibit the standing of
every such Major or Captain for Promotion
in his own Arm of the Service, Whether Cavalry, Artillery, Engineers, Infantry, or Marines,
Specifying their particular Corps, And distinguishing those holding Higher Brevet-rank. By Captain F. B. P. WHITE, ist W. I. Regiment.
8vo, sewed, 25. 6d. 65, Cornhill, London.