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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CATALOGUE

OF

MACMILLAN AND CO.'S PUBLICATIONS

FROM 1843 TO 1889

1843

CRAIG (A. R.) THE PHILOSOPHY OF TRAINING; with suggestions on

the necessity of normal schools for teachers to the wealthier classes, and strictures on the prevailing mode of teaching languages.

By A. R. CRAIG, Barford Street Institution, Islington, late Classical Master in Glasgow Normal Seminary (Private Department.)

London : Published by D. and A. Macmillan, 57, Aldersgate Street ; and sold by Thomas Varty, Strand; K. J. Ford, Islington ; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; and James Maclehose, Glasgow.

Pp. iv. 92. Fcap. 8vo.

(The first book published by Macmillan and Co.) MILLER (W. H.) THE THREE QUESTIONS: What am I? Whence

came I? Whither do I go? By WilLIAM HAIG MILLER, Author of the “Magic Lantern,” &c.

“What is this world ? a dream within a dream ; as we grow older each step is an awakening. The youth awakes as he thinks from childhood :—The full-grown man despises the pursuits of youth as visionary :—The old man looks on manhood as a feverish dream. Is the grave, then, the last sleep? Ah, no! It is the last and final awakening."-Lockhart's Life of Scott. Second Edition.

London : Published by D. and A. Macmillan, 57, Aldersgate Street, and 17,
Trinity Street, Cambridge.
Pp. viii. (inc. I advt.) 120.

Fcap. 8vo.
Title copied from Second Edition.
First Edition printed 1843. Second Edition 1844.
( The author's name did not appear on the title-page of the first edition.)

1844 J. (W.) QUESTIONS OF CONSCIENCE suggested by a Catholic to an AngloCatholic. Cambridge: Published by D. and A. Macmillan.

Pp. 8. Fcap. 8vo. LAW (W.)-MAURICE (F. D.) REMARKS ON THE FABLE OF THE

BEES, by William LAW, M.A. formerly Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, author of " A Serious Call,” &c. &c. With an Introduction,

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by the Rev. F. D. MAURICE, M.A. Chaplain of Guy's Hospital, Professor of English Literature and Modern History in King's College, London, and author of “The Kingdom of Christ,” &c. &c.

With an appendix, containing the poem of the Fable of the Bees, Mandeville's Introduction and Treatise on the Origin of Morality.

Cambridge: Printed at the University Press, for D. & A. Macmillan, and sold by George Bell, 186, Fleet Street, London.

Pp. lxxx. 130, I advt. i blank.

I 2mo.

1845 GRUGGEN (F. J.) THE LAWFULNESS AND OBLIGATION OF OATHS.

A dissertation which obtained the Hulsean Prize for the Year 1844.—By F. J. GRUGGEN, B.A., Scholar of Saint John's College.

Cambridge: Printed at the University Press : For J. & J. J. Deighton ; T. Stevenson ; and D. & A. Macmillan, Cambridge ; and J. G. F. & J. Rivington, London.

Pp. viii. (inc. 3 blanks) 84. 8vo.
HUDSON (E. T.) HOURS OF REFLECTION : containing the White

Thorn of Kildinan, and miscellaneous poems. By ELLEN TAYLOR
HUDSON.
Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan.

Pp. 36. Fcap. 8vo.
MAURICE (F. D.) THE NEW STATUTE AND MR. WARD.-A Letter

to a Non-resident Member of Convocation, by the Rev. FREDERICK D. MAURICE, Chaplain of Guy's Hospital, and Professor of English Lite“. ature, King's College, London. Oxford, John Henry Parker: London, Rivingtons: Cambridge: Macmullen (sic).

Pp. 31, 1 blank. 8vo. PRATT (J. H.) THE MATHEMATICAL PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICAL

PHILOSOPHY, and their application to elementary mechanics and architecture, but chiefly to the theory of Universal Gravitation. By JOHN HENRY PRATT, M.A. Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and Domestic Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Calcutta, Metropolitan of India. Second Edition. Cambridge : Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan. Pp. xxxiv. (inc. 3 blanks) 620, 5 folded plates. 8vo.

Originally published elsewhere. SNOWBALL (J. C.) THE ELEMENTS OF MECHANICS. By J. C. Snow

BALL, M.A., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. The Second Edition.

Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan ; and sold by George Bell, London.

Pp. viii. (inc. 2 blanks) 179, 1 blank. 8vo.

SNOWBALL (J. C.)-LUND (T.) THE CAMBRIDGE COURSE OF

ELEMENTARY NATURAL PHILOSOPHY: being the propositions in Mechanics and Hydrostatics in which those persons who are not candidates for Honours are examined for the degree of B.A. Originally compiled by J. C. SNOWBALL, M.A. late Fellow of St. John's College,

Cambridge. Fifth Edition, revised and enlarged, and adapted for the
Middle Class Examinations. By THOMAS LUND, B.D. late Fellow and
Lecturer of St. John's College, Editor of Wood's Algebra, &c.
Cambridge and London Macmillan & Co.

Pp. xii. (inc. i blank) 156. Cr. 8vo.

Title copied from Fifth Edition. Originally published elsewhere. Third Edition published by M. & Co. 1815 (12mo.)

Fourth Edition 1857 (12mo.) Fifth Edition 1864 (Cr. 8vo.) TRENCH (R. C.) THE FITNESS OF HOLY SCRIPTURE FOR UNFOLD

ING THE SPIRITUAL LIFE OF MEN: being the Hulsean Lectures for
the year M.DCCC.XLv. By RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH, M.A., Vicar
of Itchen Stoke, Hants, and Examining Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of
Oxford.
Cambridge: Macniillan, Barclay, and Macmillan ; London : John W. Parker.

Pp. x. 168, i p. advt. I blank. 8vo.
Also printed with the Hulsean Lectures" for 1846. See under 1847.

1846 AESCHYLUS-PROWETT (CHARLES G.) PROMETHEUS BOUND :

A Tragedy of Æschylus, translated into English metre, by CHARLES G. PROWETT, M.A. Fellow of Gonvile and Caius College, Cambridge.

Cambridge: Printed at the University Press, for Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan.

Pp. xii. (inc. I blank) 66. 8vo. ARNOLD (THOMAS)—NEANDER (AUGUSTUS). THE THEOLOGY

OF THOMAS ARNOLD, its importance and bearing on the present state of the church. By Dr. AUGUSTUS NEANDER. Translated from a re-publication of an article originally printed in the “ Jahrbücher Für Wissenschaftliche Kritik."

Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan ; George Bell, Fleet Street, London.

Pp. 26. 8vo. BABINGTON (C.) THE INFLUENCE OF CHRISTIANITY IN PROMOTING

THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY IN EUROPE. -A Dissertation which obtained the Hulsean Prize for the Year 1845.—By CHURCHILL BABINGTON, B.A., Scholar of Saint John's College.

Cambridge: Printed at the University Press : For J. & J. J. Deighton ; Macmillan & Co., Cambridge ; and F. and J. Rivington, London. --

Pp. viii. (inc. 2 blanks) 199, i blank. 8vo. THE CAMBRIDGE MATHEMATICAL JOURNAL. Vol. I. Second Edition, with corrections and alterations by the authors.

Νήπιοι ουδε ίσασιν όσω πλέον ήμισυ παντός. .
Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan ; George Bell, London.

Pp. xiv. 311, and i blank.
This Journal, edited by D. F. Gregory and R. Leslie Ellis, was published elsewhere in

24 numbers, making 4 vols., between Nov. 1838 and May 1845. A Second edition

was published of Vol. 1, only. THE CAMBRIDGE AND DUBLIN MATHEMATICAL JOURNAL. Edited by

W. THOMSON, B.A. Fellow of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, and Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of Glasgow. Vol. I.

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