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MISS YOUMANS' FIRST BOOK OF BOTANY.

Designed to cultivate the observing powers of Children. From the
Author's latest Stereotyped Edition. New and Enlarged Edition,

wi 300 Engravings. Crown 8vo. 55.
It is but rarely that a school-book appears the most recent scientific views, and has
which is at once so novel in plan, so suc- been practically tested by careful trial with
cessful in execution, and so suited to the juvenile classes, and it has been everywhere
general want, as to command universal and welcomed as a timely and invaluable con-
unqualified approbation, but such has been tribution to the improvement of primary
the case with Miss Youmans' First Book education.
of Botany. Her work is an outgrowth of

THE HISTORY OF THE NATURAL CREA-

TION ; being a Series of Popular Scientific Lectures on the General
Theory of Progression of Species ; with a Dissertation on the Theories
of Darwin, Goethe, and Lamarck : more especially applying them to
the Origin of Man, and to other Fundamental Questions of Natural
Science connected therewith. By PROFESSOR ERNST HÆCKEL,
of the University of Jena. 8vo. With Woodcuts and Plates.

AN ARABIC AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY

OF THE KORAN. By MAJOR J. PENRICE, B.A. 4to.
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MODERN GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.

By
T. G. JACKSON. Crown 8vo.

Price 5s.
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A LEGAL HANDBOOK FOR ARCHITECTS.

By EDWARD JENKINS and JOHN RAYMOND. Crown

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CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY.

From the French of Professor TH. RIBOT. An Analysis of the
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in their Writings.
JAMES MILL.

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PHYSIOLOGY FOR PRACTICAL USE. By

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HEALTH AND DISEASE, as influenced by the

Daily, Seasonal and other Cyclical Changes in the Human System.

By DR. EDWARD SMITH, F.R.S. A New Edition. 75. 6d. PRACTICAL DIETARY FOR FAMILIES,

SCHOOLS, AND THE LABOURING CLASSES. By DR.

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Military works.

THE FRONTAL ATTACK OF INFANTRY.

By Capt. LAYMANN, Instructor of Tactics at the Military College, Neisse. Translated by Colonel EDWARD NEWDIGATE.

Crown 8vo, limp cloth. Price 25. 6d. “This work has met with special attention in our army.”Militarin Wochenblatt.

THE FIRST BAVARIAN ARMY CORPS IN

THE WAR OF 1870–71, UNDER VON DER TANN. Compiled from the Official Records by Capt. HUGO HELVIG. Translated by Capt. G. SALIS SCHWABE. Demy 8vo. With 5 large Maps.

History of the Organisation, Equipment, and War Services of THE REGIMENT OF BENGAL ARTILLERY.

Compiled from Published Official and other Records, and various
private sources, by Major FRANCIS W. STUBBS, Royal (late
Bengal) Artillery. Vol. I. will contain WAR SERVICES. The
Second Volume will be published separately, and will contain the
History of the ORGANISATION and EQUIPMENT of the REGIMENT.
In 2 vols. 8vo. With Maps and Plans.

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THE ABOLITION OF PURCHASE AND THE

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THE STORY OF THE SUPERSESSIONS. By

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By Lieut. -Colonel the Hon. C. ANSON. Crown 8vo. Sewed.

Price One Shilling. VICTORIES AND DEFEATS. An Attempt to

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MILITARY WORKS-continued. ELEMENTARY MILITARY GEOGRAPHY,

RECONNOITRING, AND SKETCHING. Compiled for Non-
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H. VINCENT, Royal Welsh Fusileers. Small crown 8vo. “An admirable little manual full of facts and teachings." - United Service Gazette.

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STUDIES IN THE NEW INFANTRY

TACTICS. Parts I. & II. By Major W. VON SCHEREFF.
Translated from the German by Col. LUMLEY GRAHAM.

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THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY

TO THE CAPITULATION OF METZ. By Major VON SCHELL, with Maps, including one of Metz and of the country around. Translated by Capt. E. O. HOLLIST. In demy-8vo.

The most important events de- time from the official documents the genescribed in this work are the battles of ralship of Von Steinmetz. Hitherto we Spichern, those before Metz on the 14th have had no exact reports on the deeds and 18th August, and (on this point no- and motives of this celebrated general. thing authentic has yet been published) This work has the special object of unthe history of the investment of Metz folding carefully the relations in which the (battle of Noisseville).

commander of the First Army acted, the This work, however, possesses a greater plan of operations which he drew up, and importance than that' derived from these the manner in which he carried it out. points, because it represents for the first

THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY

IN NORTHERN FRANCE AGAINST FAIDHERBE. By
Colonel Count HERMANN VON WARTENSLEBEN, Chief
of the Staff of the First Army. Translated by Colonel C. H. VON
WRIGHT. In demy Svo. Uniform with the above.

Price 9s.

THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY,

UNDER GEN. VON GOEBEN. Translated by Col. C. H. VON
WRIGHT. With Maps. Demy Svo.

TACTICAL DEDUCTIONS FROM THE WAR

OF 1870-1. By Captain A. VON BOGUSLAWSKI. Trans- lated by Colonel LUMLEY GRAHAM, late 18th (Royal Irish)

Regiment. Demy Svo. Uniform with the above. Price 75. “Major Boguslawski's tactical deduc- British Service; and we cannot commence tions from the war are, that infantry still the good work too soon, or better, than by preserve their superiority over cavalry, placing the two books (* The Operations of that open order must henceforth be the the German Armies' and 'Tactical Deducmain principles of all drill, and that the tions') we have here criticised, in every chassepot is the best of all small arms for military library, and introducing them as precision. We must, without delay, class-books in every tactical school."impress brain and forethought into the United Service Gazette.

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Military Works.

THE FRONTAL ATTACK OF INFANTRY.

By Capt. LAYMANN, Instructor of Tactics at the Military College, Neisse. Translated by Colonel EDWARD NEWDIGATE. Crown 8vo, limp cloth.

Price 25. 6d. “This work has met with special attention in our army.Militarin Wochenblatt..

THE FIRST BAVARIAN ARMY CORPS IN

THE WAR OF 1870–71, UNDER VON DER TANN. Compiled from the Official Records by Capt. HUGO HELVIG. Translated by Capt. G. SALIS SCHWABE. Demy 8vo. With 5 large Maps.

History of the Organisation, Equipment, and War Services of THE REGIMENT OF BENGAL ARTILLERY.

Compiled from Published Official and other Records, and various
private sources, by Major FRANCIS W. STUBBS, Royal (late
Bengal) Artillery. Vol. I. will contain WAR SERVICES. The
Second Volume will be published separately, and will contain the
History of the ORGANISATION and EQUIPMENT of the REGIMENT.
In 2 vols. 8vo. With Maps and Plans.

[Preparing:

THE ABOLITION OF PURCHASE AND THE

ARMY REGULATION BILL OF 1871. By Lieut. -Col. the
Hon. A. ANSON, V.C., M.P. Crown 8vo. Price One Shilling.

THE STORY OF THE SUPERSESSIONS.

Ву Lieut. -Col. the Hon. A. ANSON, V.C., M.P. Crown. 8vo.

Price Sixpence. ARMY RESERVES AND MILITIA REFORMS.

By Lieut. -Colonel the Hon. C. ANSON. Crown 8vo. Sewed.

Price One Shilling. VICTORIES AND DEFEATS. An Attempt to

explain the Causes which have led to them. An Officer's Manual.

By Col. R. P. ANDERSON. Demy Svo. 145. A delightful military classic, and what warrant him that let that bit be ever so is more a most useful one.

small, it will give him material for an officer should have it always at hand to hours' thinking.”—United Service Gazette. * open anywhere and read a bit, and we

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65, Cornhill ; & 12, Paternoster Row, London.

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