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(being vol. v. of the Cambridge Mathematical Journal.) Avớv óvou.tw μορφή μία. .
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From Vol. 8 N. M. Ferrers, B.A. Fellow of Caius College, was joint-editor.
CICERO. CiceRO ON FRIENDSHIP. Literally translated.
With notes. By a Master of Arts of the University. · Third Edition.
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CICERO. CICERO ON OLD AGE, Literally translated.
With notes. By a Master of Arts of the University. Second Edition.
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COLENSO (J. W.) COTTAGE FAMILY PRAYERS. By the Rev. J. W.
COLENSO, late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge; Rector of Forncett St. Mary, Long Stratton, Norfolk.
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ESSINGTON (R. W.) THE CURSE UPON CANAAN. A Seatonian Poem.
By the Rev. R. W. ESSINGTON, M.A. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and Divinity Lecturer. (Arms of Cambridge University)
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HARE (J. C.) THE MISSION OF THE COMFORTER and other Sermons
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JONES (J. H.) IF THEY HEAR NOT MOSES AND THE PROPHETS,
NEITHER WILL THEY BE PERSUADED, THOUGH ONE ROSE FROM THE
kav uñ aútn, onueiwv óvoèv odelos. Chrys. in Matt. Or xliii.-Cambridge: Printed at the University Press : For J. & J. J. Deighton ; Macmillan & Co. Cambridge: and F. and J. Rivington, London.
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JUSTIN MARTYR—BROWN (H.) JUSTIN MARTYR'S DIALOGUE
WITH TRYPHO THE JEW. Translated from the Greek into English,
"Paul . . . reasoned with them (the Jews) out of the Scriptures, opening and
(Originally published in 1745.)
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POSITION BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY AND KING'S COLLEGE.-By a
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Φίλη μετ' αυτού κείσομαι φίλου μέτα
This have I done, since I
May rest a more enduring love, the deep love of the dead.
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GOD, AND THE VISITATION OF HIS AWFUL SCOURGE THE CHOLERA.
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UNCONSCIOUS PROPHECIES HEATHENDOM: being the Hulsean
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Επικοινωνούσι δε πάσαι αι επιστημαι αλλήλαις κατά τα κοινά. Κοινά δε λέγω
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ESSINGTON (R. W.) THE MIDDLE WAY; OR, THE PROVINCE OF
PATRISTIC DIVINITY DETERMINED. To which is added The Samaritan.
“Humanum est errare, divinum parcere."
Letter ; preached on Sunday, February 21st, 1847. By the Rev.
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AND ON TRIGONOMETRICAL TABLES AND LOGARITHMS, together with
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AND OTHER EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. An Essay which obtained
“Lo! these are a part of Thy Ways."
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CURIA CANTABRIGIENSI RECITATA, COMITIIS MAXIMIS A.D. M.DCCC.XLVII.
TRIGONOMETRY. Designed for the Use of Schools in which Students
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appointed to render thanks unto Almighty God for the late abundant
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TRENCH (R. C.) THE HULSEAN LECTURES FOR M.DCCC.XLV AND
M.DCCC.XLVI. By RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH, M.A. Vicar of ItchenStoke, Hants; Professor of Divinity, King's College, London ; Examining Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Oxford ; and late Hulsean Lecturer. Second Edition, revised.
Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan. London: John W. Parker. 1847
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WOOD (J.)-LUND (T.) A COMPANION TO Wood's ALGEBRA, con
taining Solutions of various Questions and Problems in Algebra, and forming a Key to the chief difficulties found in the collection of Examples appended to Wood's Algebra, 12th Edition. By THOMAS LUND, B.D., late Fellow and Sadlerian Lecturer of St. John's College, Cambridge.
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BAKER INDEX TO THE BAKER MANUSCRIPTS. By Four Members of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society.
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BARRY (ALFRED) THE EFFECTS OF CHRISTIANITY ON THE DECLINE
AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. A Declamation delivered in the Hall of Trinity College, on the anniversary of the Commemoration of Benefactors, Thursday, December 16, 1847. By ALFRED BARRY, Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge. Printed by request.
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FURTHER REMARKS ON STATUTES, AND THE PRESENT SYSTEM OF KING'S
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HARE (J. C.) THE DUTY OF THE CHURCH IN TIMES OF TRIAL : a
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HARE (J. C.) THE UNITY OF MANKIND IN GOD: a Sermon, preacht in
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HARE (J. C.) A LETTER TO THE VERY REVEREND THE DEAN OF
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HEMMING (G. W.) AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON THE DIFFER
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Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan : London: G. Bell, Fleet Street.
Pp. xiv. 174.
HENSLOW (J. S.) SYLLABUS OF A COURSE OF LECTURES ON BOTANY,
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HIERURGIA ANGLICANA; or documents and extracts illustrative of the
ritual of the Church in England after the Reformation. Edited by Members of the Ecclesiological late Cambridge Camden Society.
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HYMERS (J.) A TREATISE ON ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY OF THREE
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KLOPSTOCK (F. G.)—NIND (W.) ODES OF KLOPSTOCK
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