' An excejlent short account.' Pall Mall Gazette.
'An admirable introduction.' Globe.
Sterne. THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF TRISTRAM
SHANDY. By LAWRENCE STERNE. With an Introduction by
CHARLES WHIBLEY, and a Portrait. 2 vols. Js.
'Very dainty volumes are these; the paper, type, and light-green binding are a!!
very agreeable to the eye. Simplex munditiis is the phrase that might be applied
to them.' Globe.
Congreve. THE COMEDIES OF WILLIAM CONGREVE.
With an Introduction by G. S. STREET, and a Portrait. 2 vols. "js.
' The volumes are strongly bound in green buckram, are of a convenient size, and
pleasant to look upon, so that whether on the shelf, or on the table, or in the hand
the possessor is thoroughly content with them.' Guardian.
Morier. THE ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA OF
ISPAHAN. By JAMES MORIER. With an Introduction by E. G.
BROWNE, M.A., and a Portrait. 2 vols. "]s.
Walton. THE LIVES OF DONNE, WOTTON, HOOKER,
HERBERT, AND SANDERSON. By IZAAK WALTON. With
an Introduction by VERNON BLACKBURN, and a Portrait. $s. 6d.
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Johnson. THE LIVES OF THE ENGLISH POETS. By
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SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D. With an Introduction by J. H. MILLAR,
and a Portrait. 3 voh. los. 6d.
Burns. THE POEMS OF ROBERT BURNS. Edited by
ANDREW LANG and W. A. CRAIGIE. With Portrait. Demy Svo,
gilt top. 6s.
This edition contains a carefully collated Text, numerous Notes, critical and textual,
a. critical and biographical Introduction, and a Glossary.
1 Among the editions in one volume, Mr. Andrew Lang's will take the place of
T. Langbridge. BALLADS OF THE BRAVE: Poems of
Chivalry, Enterprise, Courage, and Constancy. Edited, with Notes,
by Rev. F. LANGBRIDGE. Crown Svo. Buckram. 3*. 6J. School
Edition. 2s. 6d.
'A very happy conception happily carried out. These " Ballads of the Brave" are
intended to suit the real tastes of boys, and will suit the taste of the great majority.'
Spectator. ' The book is full of splendid things.' World.
Jane Barlow. THE BATTLE OF THE FROGS AND MICE,
translated by JANE BARLOW, Author of ' Irish Idylls,' and pictured
by F. D. BEDFORD. Small 4(0. 6s. net.
S. Baring Gould. A BOOK OF FAIRY TALES retold by S.
BARING GOULD. With numerous illustrations and initial letters by
ARTHUR J. GASKIN. Second Edition. Crown Svo. Buckram. 6s.
'Mr. Baring Gould is_ deserving of gratitude, in re-writing in honest, simple style the
old stories that delighted the childhood of "our fathers and grandfathers." As to
the form of the book, and the printing, which is by Me-^rs. Constable, it were
difficult to commend overmuch. Saturday Review.
S. Baring Gould. OLD ENGLISH FAIRY TALES. Col-
lected and edited by S. BARING GOULD. With Numerous Illustra-
tions by F. D. BEDFORD. Second Edition. Crown Svo. Buckram. 6s.
' A charming volume, which children will be sure to appreciate. The stories have
been selected with great ingenuity from various old ballads and folk-tales, and,
having been somewhat altered and readjusted, now stand forth, clothed in Mr.
Baring Gould's delightful English, to enchant youthful readers.' Guardian.
S. Baring Gould. A BOOK OF NURSERY SONGS AND
RHYMES. Edited by S. BARING GOULD, and Illustrated by the
Birmingham Art School. Buckram, gilt top. Crown Svo. 6s.
thick paper, which it is a pleasure to touch ; and the borders ar.d pictures are
among the very best specimens we have seen of ihe Gakin school.' Birming-
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H. 0. Beeching. A BOOK OF CHRISTMAS VERSE. Edited
by H. C. BEECHING, M.A., and Illustrated by WALTER CRANK.
Crown 8vo, gilt top. 5.?.
A collection of the best verse inspired by the birth of Christ from the Middle Ages
to the present day. A distinction of the book is the large number of poems it
contains by modern authors, a few of which are here printed for the first time.
L ' An anthology which, from its unity of aim and high poetic excellence, has a better
right to exist than most of its fellows.' Guardian.
Gibbon. THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN
EMPIRE. By EDWARD GIBBON. A New Edition, Edited with
Notes, Appendices, and Maps, by J. B. BURY, M.A., Fellow of
Trinity College, Dublin. In Seven Volumes. Demy 8vo. Gilt top.
8s. 6d. each. Also crown 8vo. 6s. each. Voh. /., II. , and III.
' The time has certainly arrived for a new edition of Gibbon's great work. . . . Pro-
fessor Bury is the right man to undertake this task. His learning is amazing,
both in extent and accuracy. The book is issued in a handy form, and at a
moderate price, and it is admirably printed.' Times.
' The edition is edited as a classic should be edited, removing nothing, yet indicating
the value of the text, and bringing it up to date. It promises to be of the utmost
value, and will be a welcome addition to many libraries.' Scotsman.
'This edition, so far as one may judge from the first instalment, is a marvel of
erudition and critical skill, and it is the very minimum of praise to predict that the
seven volumes of it will supersede Dean Milman's as the standard edition of our
great historical classic." Glasgow Herald.
' The beau-ideal Gibbon has arrived at last.' Sketch.
'At last there is an adequate modern edition of Gibbon. . . . The best edition the
nineteenth century could produce.' Manchester Guardian.
Flinders Petrie. A HISTORY OF EGYPT,FROMTHE EARLIEST
TIMES TO THE PRESENT DAY. Edited by W. M. FLINDERS
PETRIE, D.C.L., LL.D., Professor of Egyptology at University
College. Fully Illustrated. In Six Volumes. Crown 8vo. 6s. each.
Vol. I. PREHISTORIC TIMES TO XVI. DYNASTY. W. M. F.
Petrie. Third Edition.
Vol. II. THE XVIlTH AND XVIIlTH DYNASTIES. W. M. F.
Petrie. Second Edition.
' A history written in the spirit of scientific precision so worthily represented by Dr.
Petrie and his school cannot but promote sound and accurate study, and
supply a vacant place in the English literature of Egyptology.' Times.
Flinders Petrie. EGYPTIAN TALES. Edited by W. M.
FLINDERS PETRIE. Illustrated by TRISTRAM ELLIS. In Two
Volumes. Crown 8vo. 3*. 6d. each.
' A valuable addition to the literature of comparative folk-lore - The drawings are
really illustrations in the literal sense of the word.' Globe.
' It has a scientific value to the student of history and archaeology.' Scotsman.
' Invaluable as a picture of life in Palestine and Egypt.' Daily Newt.
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Flinders Petrie. EGYPTIAN DECORATIVE ART. By
W. M. FLINDERS PETRIE, D.C.L. With 120 Illustrations. Crown
Svo. 3^. 6d.
1 Professor Flinders Petrie is not only a profound Egyptologist, but an accomplished
student of comparative archaeology. In these lectures, delivered at the Royal
Institution, he displays both qualifications with rare skill in elucidating the
development of decorative art in Egypt, and in tracing its influence on the
art of other countries.' Times.
S. Baring Gould. THE TRAGEDY OF THE C^SARS.
The Emperors of the Julian and Claudian Lines. With numerous
Illustrations from Busts, Gems, Cameos, etc. By S. BARING GOULD,
Author of ' Mehalah,' etc. Fourth Edition. Royal 8vo. l$s.
' A most splendid and fascinating book on a subject of undying interest. The great
feature of the book is the use the author has made of the existing portraits of the
Caesars, and the admirable critical subtlety he has exhibited in dealing with this
line of research. It is brilliantly written, and the illustrations are supplied on a
scale of profuse magnificence. 1 Daily Chronicle.
' The volumes will in no sense disappoint the general reader. Indeed, in their way,
there is nothing in any sense so good in English. . . . Mr. Baring Gould has
presented his narrative in such a way as not to make one dull page.' Athtnczum.
H. de B. Gibbins. INDUSTRY IN ENGLAND : HISTORI-
CAL OUTLINES. By H. DE B. GIBBINS, M.A., D.Litt. With
5 Maps. Second Edition. DemyQvo. los. 6d.
This book is written with the view of affording a clear view of the main facts of
English Social and Industrial History placed in due perspective. Beginning
with prehistoric times, it passes in review the growth and advance of industry
up to the nineteenth century, showing its gradual development and progress.
The book is illustrated by Maps, Diagrams, and Tables.
A. Clark. THE COLLEGES OF OXFORD : Their History
and their Traditions. By Members of the University. Edited by A.
CLARK, M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Lincoln College. 8vo. 12s. fxf.
' A work which will certainly be appealed to for many years as the standard book on
the Colleges of Oxford.' Athcnceuni.
Perrens. THE HISTORY OF FLORENCE FROM 1434
TO 1492. By F. T. PERRENS. Translated by HANNAH LYNCH.
8vo. I2J. 6d.
A history of Florence under the domination of Cosimo, Piero, and Lorenzo de
1 This is a standard book by an honest and intelligent historian, who has deserved
well of all who are interested in Italian history.' Manchester Guardian.
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M. A., Fellow and Tutor of Wadham Coll., Oxford. With 4 Maps.
Crown 8vo. $s. 6d.
This book is intended for the Middle and Upper Forms of Public Schools and for
Pass Students at the Universities. It contains copious Tables, etc.
'An original work written on an original plan, and with uncommon freshness and
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E. L. S. Horsburgh. THE CAMPAIGN OF WATERLOO.
By E. L. S. HORSBURGH, B. A. With Plans. Crown 8vo. 5*.
'A brilliant essay simple, sound, and thorough.' Daily Chronicle.
' A study, the most concise, the most lucid, the most critical that has been produced.
H.B. George. BATTLES OF ENGLISH HISTORY. ByH.B.
GEORGE, M.A., Fellow of New College, Oxford. With numerous
Plans. Third Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.
' Mr. George has undertaken a very useful task that of making military affairs in-
telligible and instructive to non-military readers and has executed it with laud-
able intelligence and industry, and with a large measure of success.' Times.
0. Browning. A SHORT HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL ITALY,
A.D. 1250-1530. By OSCAR BROWNING, Fellow and Tutor of King's
College, Cambridge. Second" Edition. In Two Volumes. Crown
8z>0. 5.r. each.
VOL. I. 1250-1409. Guelphs and Ghibellines.
VOL. II. 1409-1530. The Age of the Condottieri.
'A vivid picture of mediaeval Italy.' Standard.
' Mr. Browning is to be congratulated on the production of a work of immense
labour and learning.' Westminster Gazette.
O'Grady. THE STORY OF IRELAND. By STANDISH
O'GRADY, Author of ' Finn and his Companions.' Cr. Svo. 2s. 6d.
' Most delightful, most stimulating. Its racy humour, its original imaginings,
make it one of the freshest, breeziest volumes.' Methodist Times.
S. Baring Gould. THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONA-
PARTE. By S. BARING GOULD. With over 450 Illustrations in
the Text and 12 Photogravure Plates. Large quarto. Gilt top. 36*.
' The best biography of Napoleon in our tongue, nor have the French as good a
biographer of their hero. A book very nearly as good as Southey's " Life of
Nelson." ' Manchester Guardian.
'The main feature of this gorgeous volume is its great wealth of beautiful photo-
gravures and finely-executed wood engravings, constituting a complete pictorial
chronicle of Napoleon I.'s personal history from the days of his early childhood
at Ajaccio to the date of his second interment under the dome of the Invalides in
Paris.' Daily Telegraph.
' The most elaborate account of Napoleon ever produced by an English writer.'
'A brilliant and attractive volume. Never before have so many pictures relating
to Napoleon been brought within the limits of an English book.' Globe.
' Particular notice is due to the vast collection of contemporary illustrations.'
' Nearly all the illustrations are real contributions tohistory.' Westminster Gazfttf.
'Ths illustrations are of supreme interest.' Standard.
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Morris Fuller. THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF JOHN
DAVENANT, D.D. (1571-1641), President of Queen's College,
Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, Bishop of Salisbury. By
MORRIS FULLER, B.D. Demy 81/0. IQS. 6d.
' A valuable contribution to ecclesiastical history.' Birmingham Gazette.
J. M. Rigg. ST. ANSELM OF CANTERBURY : A CHAPTER
IN THE HISTORY OK RELIGION. ByJ. M. RIGG. DemySvo. js.6J.
' Mr. Rigg has told the story of the great Primate's life with scholarly ability, and
has thereby contributed an interesting chapter to the history of the Norman period.'
F. W. Joyce. THE LIFE OF SIR FREDERICK GORE
OUSELEY. By F. W. JOYCE, M.A. With Portraits and Illustra-
tions. Crown 8vo. "js. 6d.
' This book has been undertaken in quite the right spirit, and written with sympathy
insight, and considerable literary skill.' Times.
W. G. Collingwood. THE LIFE OF JOHN RUSKIN. By
W. G. COLLINGWOOD, M.A., Editor of Mr. Ruskin's Poems. With
numerous Portraits, and 13 Drawings by Mr. Ruskin. Second
Edition. 2 vols. Sw. 321.
C. Waldstein. JOHN RUSKIN : a Study. By CHARLES
WALDSTEIN, M.A., Fellow of King's College, Cambridge. With a
Photogravure Portrait after Professor HERKOMER. Post 8vo. $s.
'A thoughtful, impartial, well-written criticism of Ruskin's teaching, intended to
separate what the author regards as valuable and permanent from what is transient
and erroneous in the great master's writing.' Daily Chronicle.
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W. H. HUTTON, M.A., Author of ' William Laud.' With Portraits.
Crown 8vo. $s.
' The book lays good claim to high rank among our biographies. It is excellently,
even lovingly, written.' Scotsman. ' An excellent monograph.' Times.
Clark Russell. THE LIFE OF ADMIRAL LORD COL-
LINGWOOD. By W. CLARK RUSSELL, Author of ' The Wreck
of the Grosvenor.' With Illustrations by F. BRANGWYN. Third
Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.
1 A book which we should like to see in the hands of every boy in the country.'
St. James's Gazette. ' A really good book.' Saturday Review.
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Southey. ENGLISH SEAMEN (Howard, Clifford, Hawkins,
Drake, Cavendish). By ROBERT SOUTHEY. Edited, with an
Introduction, by DAVID HANNAY. Second Edition. Crown Sve. 6s.
'Admirable and well-told stories of our naval history.' A rtny and Navy Gazette.
' A brave, inspiriting book.' Black and White.
Travel, Adventure and Topography
R. S. S. Baden-Powell. THE DOWNFALL OF PREMPEH.
A Diary of Life with the Native Levy in Ashanti, 1895. By Colonel
BADEN-POWELL. With 21 Illustrations and a Map. Demy 8vo.
' A compact, faithful, most readable record of the campaign." Daily News.
' A bluff and vigorous narrative.' Glasgow Herald.
E. S. S. Baden-Powell. THE MATEBELE CAMPAIGN 1896.
By Colonel R. S. S. BADEN-POWELL. With nearly 100 Illustrations.
Second Edition. Demy Svo. 1 55.
'Written In an unaffectedly light and humorous style.' The World.
'A very racy and eminently readable book." St.Jaines's Gazette.
' As a straightforward account of a great deal of plucky work unpretentiously done,
this book is well worth reading. The simplicity of the narrative is all in its
favour, and accords in a peculiarly English fashion with the nature of the subject.'
Captain Hinde. THE FALL OF THE CONGO ARABS.
By SIDNEY L. HINDE. With Portraits and Plans. Demy Svo.
' The book is full of good things, and of sustained interest.' St. James's Gazette.
A graphic sketch of one of the most exciting and important episodes in the struggle
for supremacy in Central Africa between the Arabs and their Europeon rivals.
Apart from the story of the campaign, Captain Hinde's book is mainly remark-
able for the fulness with which he discusses the question of cannibalism. It is,
indeed, the only connected narrative in English, at any rate which has been
published of this particular episode in African history.' Times.
'Captain Hinde's book is one of the most interesting and valuable contributions yet
made to the literature of modern Africa.' Daily News.
W. Crooke. THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF
INDIA : THEIR ETHNOLOGY AND ADMINISTRATION. By W.
CROOKE. With Maps and Illustrations. Demy'&vo. \os. 6d.
'A carefully and well-written account of one of the most important provinces of the
Empire. In seven chapters Mr. CrooVe deals successively with the land in its
physical aspect, the province under Hindoo and Mussulman rule, the province
under British rule, the ethnology and sociology of the province, the religious and
social life of the people, the land and its settlement, and the native peasant in his
relation to the land. The illustrations are good and well selected, and the map is
excellent.' ^f ztic 1 '. ester Cuaj\: an.
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W. B. Worsfold. SOUTH AFRICA : Its History and its Future.
By W. BASIL WORSFOLD, M.A. With a Map. Second Edition.
Crown 8vo. 6s.
' An intensely interesting book.' Daily Chronicle.
' A monumental work compressed into a very moderate compass.' World.
8. Earing Gould. OLD COUNTRY LIFE. By S. BARING
GOULD, Author of 'Mehalah,' etc. With Sixty-seven Illustrations
by W. PARKINSON, F. D. BEDFORD, and F. MASEY. Large
Crown 8vo. los. 6J. Fifth and Cheaper Edition, 6s.
" Old Country Life, as healthy wholesome reading, full of breezy life and move-
ment, full of quaint stories vigorously told, will not be excelled by any book to be
published throughout the year. Sound, hearty, and English to thecore.' World.
S. Baring Gould. HISTORIC ODDITIES AND STRANGE
EVENTS. By S. BARING GOULD. Third Edition. Crown*. 6s.
' A collection of exciting and entertaining chapters. The whole volume is delightful
S. Baring Gould. FREAKS OF FANATICISM. By S. BARING
GOULD. Third Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.
' Mr. Baring Gould has a keen eye for colour and effect, and the subjects he has
chosen give ample scope to his descriptive and analytic faculties. A perfectly
fascinating book.' Scottish Leader.
S. Baring Gould. A GARLAND OF COUNTRY SONG :
English Folk Songs with their Traditional Melodies. Collected ar.d
arranged by S. BARING GOULD and H. FLEETWOOD SHEPPARD.
Demy 4/0. 6s.
S. Baring Gould. SONGS OF THE WEST: Traditional
Ballads and Songs of the West of England, with their Traditional
Melodies. Collected by S. BARING GOULD, M. A., and H. FLEET-
WOOD SHEPPARD, M.A. Arranged fcr Voice and Piano. In 4 Parts
(containing 25 Songs each), Parts /., //., ///., 3s. each. Part
IV., S.T. /// one Vol., French tnorccco, l$s.
'A rich collection of humour, pathos, grace, and poetic fancy. 'Saturday Review.
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S. Baring Gould. YORKSHIRE ODDITIES AND STRANGE
EVENTS. Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.
S. Baring Gould. STRANGE SURVIVALS AND SUPER-
STITIONS. With Illustrations. By S. BARING GOULD. Croivn
8vo. Second Edition. 6s.
1 We have read Mr. Baring Gould's book from beginning to end. It is full of quaint
and various information, and there is not a dull page in it. ' Notes and Queries.
S. Baring Gould. THE DESERTS OF SOUTHERN
FRANCE. By S. BARING. GOULD. With numerous Illustrations
by F. D. BEDFORD, S. HUTTON, etc. 2 vols. Demy 8vo. 325.
'His two richly-illustrated volumes are full of matter of interest to the geologist,
the archaeologist, and the student of history and manners." Scotsman.
G. W. Steevens. NAVAL POLICY: WITH A DESCRIP-
TION OF ENGLISH AND FOREIGN NAVIES. By G. W. STEEVENS.
Demy 8vo. 6s.
This book is a description of the British and other more important navies of the world,
with a sketch of the lines on which our naval policy might possibly be developed.
It describes our recent naval policy, and shows w_hat our naval force really is. A
detailed but non-technical account is given of the instruments of modern warfare
guns, armour, engines, and the like with a view to determine how far we are
abreast of modern invention and modern requirements. An ideal policy is then
sketched for the building and manning of our fleet ; and the last chapter is
devoted to docks, coaling-stations, and especially colonial defence.
'An extremely able and interesting work.' Daily Chronicle.
W. E. Gladstone. THE SPEECHES AND PUBLIC AD-
DRESSES OF THE RT. HON. W. E. GLADSTONE, M.P.
Edited by A. W. HUTTON, M.A., and H. J. COHEN, M.A. With
Portraits. 8vo. Vols. IX. and X. 125. 6d. each.
J. Wells. OXFORD AND OXFORD LIFE. By Members of
the University. Edited by J. WELLS, M.A., Fellow and Tutor of
Wadham College. Crown 8vo. 3^. 6d.
' We congratulate Mr. Wells on the production of a readable and intelligent account
of Oxford as it is at the present time, written by persons who are possessed of a
close acquaintance with the system and life of the University.' Athenceitm,
L. Whibley. GREEK OLIGARCHIES : THEIR ORGANISA-
TION AND CHARACTER. By L. WHIBLEY, M.A., Fellow
of Pembroke College, Cambridge. Crown f>vo. 6s.
'An exceedingly useful handbook: a careful and well-arranged study of an obscure
1 Mr. Whibley is never tedious or pedantic.' Pall Mall Gazette.
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L. L. Price. ECONOMIC SCIENCE AND PRACTICE.
By L. L. PRICE, M.A., Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. Crown
' The book is well written, giving evidence of considerable literary ability, and clear
mental grasp of the subject under consideration. 'Western Morning News.
0. F. Andrews. CHRISTIANITY AND THE LABOUR
QUESTION. By C. F. ANDREWS, B.A. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6cf.
' A bold and scholarly survey.' Speaker.
J. S. Shedlock. THE PIANOFORTE SONATA : Its Origin
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' This work should be in the possession of every musician and amateur, for it not
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by E. M. BOWDEN. With Preface by Sir EDWIN ARNOLD. Third
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L. T. HOBHOUSE, Fellow and Tutor of Corpus College, Oxford.
Demy 8vo. 2is.
' The most important contribution to English philosophy since the publication of Mr.
Bradley's " Appearance and Reality." Full of brilliant criticism and of positive
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W. H. Fairbrother. THE PHILOSOPHY OF T. H. GREEN.
By W. H. FAIRBROTHER, M.A., Lecturer at Lincoln College,
Oxford. Crown 8vo. $s. 6d.
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century, nothing could be better.' Glasgow Herald.
F. W. Bussell. THE SCHOOL OF PLATO : its Origin and
its Revival under the Roman Empire. By F. W. BUSSELL, M. A.,
Fellow and Tutor of Brasenose College, Oxford. Deiy%vo. ids. 6d.
' A highly valuable contribution to the history of ancient thought.' Glasgow Herald.
' A clever and stimulating book, provocative of thought and deserving careful reading.'
F. S. Granger. THE WORSHIP OF THE ROMANS. By
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sity College, Nottingham. Crown Si'o. 6s.
' A scholarly analysis of the religious ceremonies,be'.iefs, and superstitions of ancient
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E. 0. S. Gibson. THE XXXIX. ARTICLES OF THE
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Edited with an Introduction by E.
C. S. GIBSON, D.D., Vicar of Leeds, late Principal of Wells
Theological College. In Two Volumes. Demy 8vo. i$s.