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arranged according to their subjects, and brought down to the present day.
By the Rev. J. FORSTER, M.A., Incumbent of the Savoy Chapel. 7.y.

HISTORY of the CHURCH OF IRELAND; by RICHARD

MANT, D.D., Lord Bishop of Down and Connor. Two large Vo-
lumes, 17*. each.



Z A SELECTED LIST OF BOOKS,

THE CIVIL HISTORY of the JEWS, from Joshua to

Adrian ; with Notices of Manners and Customs, Gcop-aphy and Antiqui-
ties. By the Rev. O. COCKAYNE, M.A., King's College, London. 4*.6rf.

THE EARLY CHRISTIANS; their Manners, Customs, Trials,

and Suffering's. By the Kev. AV. TRIDDEN, :M.A. Third Edition. 4s.

HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, from the

Ascension of .Jesus Christ to the Conversion of Constantine. By the late
EDWARD BURTON, D.D. Fourth Edition. 6*. 6d.

THE BOOK OF THE FATHERS of the Christian Church,

and the Spirit of their Writings. 9*. 6d.

HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, to the Revo-
lution, in 1(588; By THOMAS VOWLER SHORT, D.D., Lord Bishop
Sodor and Man. Third Edition. 16s.

ELIZABETHAN RELIGIOUS HISTORY. By HENRY

SO AMES, M.A. Uh.

MEMOIRS of BISHOP BUTLER. By T. BARTLETT, M.A.,

one of the Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral, and Rector of Kingstone. 12s.

LIFE of ARCHBISHOP SANCROFT. By Dr. D'OYLY,

F.R.S., Rector of Lambeth. New Edition, Revised. 9s.

*LIVES OF EMINENT CHRISTIANS. By R. B. HONE,

M.A., Vicar of Hales Owen. New Edition. Three Volumes, 4a*. ()</. each,

*LIVES of BRITISH SACRED POETS. By R. A. WILL-

MOTT, B. A., Trln. Coll. Cam. Two Volumes, 4s. bV/. each.
The First Series contains an Historical Sketch of Sacred Poetry, and the Lives of the

English Sacred Poets preceding Milton.
The Second Series commences with Milton, and brings down the Lives to that of Bishop

Heuer inclusive.

THE EVIDENCE of PROFANE HISTORY to the TRUTH

of REVELATION. With numerous Graphic Illustrations. Dedicated,
I?/ permission, to her Majesty the Queen. \0s. 6d.

♦ORIGINAL FAMILY SERMONS ; by ONE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY CONTEMPORARY DIVINES OF THE ESTA-
BLISHED CHURCH. Five Volumes, at Gs. 6d. each.

THE DISTRICT VISITOR'S MANUAL; a Compendium

of Practical Information for the Guidance of District Visitors, and a
Library of interestinf^ matter for the objects of their care. With a Pkeface,
by Rev. T. DALE, and a Sekmon, by J{ev. C. BENSON. 4*-. (></.

THE SCRIPTURAL CHARACTER of the ENGLISH
CHURCH. By DERWENT COLERIDGE, M.A. I2s.6d.

ECCLESI/E ANGLICANili: VINDEX CATHOLICUS sive

Artiiulorum Eeclesiiu Aii^licana; cum Seriptis SS. Patrum nova collatio
cura GULIELMI WIGAN HARVEY, A.M., Colle<,ni Regalis Socii.
Tom. I. In Tomis III. absolvetur opus. 1H».



PUBLISHED BY JOHN W. PARKER. . d

LECTURES on the LITURGY, addressed to his Pupils. By

the Rev. JOHN BENT ALL, M.A., one of the Ushers of Westminster
School. 5s. 6d.

THE RITUAL of the CHURCH ILLUSTRATED; with

occasional Reference to the Objections of Dissenters. By the Rev.
GERALD WENSLEY TYRRELL, A.M., Secretary of the Down and
Connor Church Education Society. Demy 12mo. 6s.

LUTHER and HIS TIMES ; a History of the Rise and Progress

of the German Reformation. By the Rev. J. E. RIDDLE, M.A. 5s.

A HISTORY OF POPERY : Origin, Growth, and Progress of

the Papal Power ; its Political Influence, and its Effects on the Progress of
Civilization; Present State of the Romish Church in Ireland; History of
the Inquisition; Monkish Legends. 9s. Qd.

SCRIPTURAL GROUNDS OF UNION; Five Sermons

preached before the University of Cambridge. By the Rev. JAMES
SCHOLEFIELD, M.A., Regius Professor of Greek. 3s. 6d.

THE BETTER PROSPECTS of the CHURCH; a Charge to

the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Lewes. By JULIUS CHARLES
HARE, M.A. Second Edition. Octavo, 3s.

ON THE EARLY FATHERS: an Introductory Lecture, by
the Rev. J. J. BLUNT, B.D., Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity in
the University of Cambridge. Octavo, 2s.

DISCOURSES UPON THE POWERS OF THE CLERGY,

PRAYERS for the DEAD, and the LORD'S SUPPER, preached at
the Temple Church ; By C. BENSON, A.M., Master of the Temple. 6s.

DISCOURSES ON TRADITION AND EPISCOPACY;

By the Same. Third Edition. 4s.

TRADITION UNVEILED; a candid Inquiry into the Ten-

dency of the Doctrines advocated in the Oxford Tracts. By the Rev.
BADEN POWELL, M.A., Savilian Professor of Geometry in the Uni-
versity of Oxford. 3s. ; and

A SUPPLEMENT to Tradition Unveiled. 2s.

THE CONNEXION of NATURAL and DIVINE TRUTH;

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Causes, considered as subservient to the Proof of a First Cause and the
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STATE EDUCATION, considered with special Reference to

some Prevalent Misconceptions. By the Same Author. 3s.

THE HANDMAID, or the Pursuits of Literature and Philo-
sophy, considered as subservient to the Interests of Morality and Religion.
By the Rev. JOHN DAVIES. B. D., Author of an " Estimate of the
Human Mind.'' 4s.



4 A SKLECTED LIST OF BOOKS,

PASTORAL ADDRI^SSES, ])y WILTJAM OTTER, D.D.,

lati' Lord Bishop of Cliichester. Octavo. 6s. (id.

PARISH SERMONS. By JULIUS CHARLES HARE,

M.A., Archdeacon of Lewes. Octavo, 125.

THE VICTORY of FAITH. By the Same. Octavo, 10^. 6d.

NOTES on the PARABLES of Our LORD. By RICHARD
CHENEYIX TRENCH, M.A., Perpetual Curate of Curdridge. \2s.

THE WORKS OF DOCTOR DONNE: with a Memoir of

his Life. By HENRY ALFORD, M.A., Yicar of Wymcswold. Six
Volumes Octavo, with a fine Portrait, after Yandyke. 31. 12s.

CUDWORTH ON FREEWILL; now first Edited from the
Ori^rinal MS., and with Notes, hy JOHN ALLEN, i^I.A., Cliaphiin of
King's College, London; Inspector of Schools aided hy Puhlic Grants. 3s.

AN ILLUSTRATION of the IMETHOD of EXPLAINING

the NEW TESTAMENT by the Early Opinions of Jews and Christians
concerning Christ. By WILLIAM WILSON, B.D., late Fellow of St.
John's College, Cambridge. A New Edition, carefully revised. 8s.

ARCHBISHOP USHER'S ANSWER TO A JESUIT,

with other Tracts on Popery. 13s. Gd.

EIGHT SERMONS on the ELEVENTH CHAPTER of ST.
MATTHEW'S GOSPEL. By the late E. T. YAUGHAN, M.A.,
Vicar of St. Martin's, Leicester. Preached in 1828 and 1829. 7s. Gd-

DISCOURSES ON REPENTANCE. By T. AINGER,

M.A., Perpetual Curate of Hampstead. 2s. Gd.

THE CONSTITUTION of the VISIBLE CHURCH of

CHRIST, considered in Eight Discourses, i)reache(l before the University
of Cambridge. By the Rev. RICHARD PARKINSON, B.I)., Fellow
of Christ's College, in Manchester. Octavo, 9s. (id.

GARRICK'S INSTRUCTIONS for READING the LI-
TURGY. With Notes, and a Discourse on Public Reading, by RICHARD
CULL, Tutor in Elocution. Octavo, 5s. 6d.

THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER ILLUSTRATED,

so as to show its various Modiiications, the Date of its several Parts, and
the Authority on which they rest. With an Appendix of important Docu-
ments. By WILLIAM KEATING CU.AY, B.D., Minor Canon of
Ely. 7.S-. Od.

NOTES on tlio PRAYER-BOOK VERSION of the PSALMS,

with copious Marginal References. By the Same. Ts. (id.



PUBLISHED BY JOHN W. PARKER. 5

THE HYMNS of the CHURCH, Mostly Primitive, Collected,

Translated, and arranoed for Public Use. By the Rev. J. CHANDLER,
M A., Vicar of Witley. ]s. 6(1.

PORTIONS of the PSALMS, in English Verse, selected for
Public Worship. By JULIUS CHARLES HARE, M.A., Archdeacon
of Lewes. 2s. 6d.

PSALMS and HYMNS for PUBLIC WORSHIP; Selected

and Revised by the Rev. J. E. RIDDLE, M.A. Is.

THE MINISTRATION of PUBLIC BAPTISM of IN-

FANTS, and the form of receiving Children who have been privately
baptized into Christ's flock, arranged as one service. Is. 6d.

OFFICE FOR THE VISITATION OF THE SICK; with

Notes and Explanations, by the late Archdeacon COXE. Is. Gd.

SCRIPTURAL BREVIATES; or, Short Compendiums of Faith

and Practice, for the use of the Sick; Nos. 1 to 50; Price Is. per Set, or
2s. per 100 copies of any selected number ; or, a set, bound in a Volume, 2s.

FULLER'S HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAM-
BRIDGE. Edited, with Notes, by the late Rev. M. PRICKETT, M.A.,
and T. WRIGHT, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 12s.

LETTERS, STATUTES, and other DOCUMENTS, illustrative

of the History of the University of Cambridge, during the time of
the Reformation. By JOHN LAMB, D.D., Dean of Bristol. 10s. 6d.

ON THE STATUTES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAM-
BRIDGE. By GEORGE PEACOCK, D.D., V.P.R.S., Dean of Ely,
and Lowndes's Professor of Astronomy in the University. 9s. 6d.

A DISCOURSE on the STUDIES of the UNIVERSITY of
CAMBRIDGE. By PROFESSOR SEDGWICK. Fourth Edit. 4s.

PRINCIPLES of ENGLISH UNIVERSITY EDUCATION.

By the Rev. PROFESSOR WHEWELL, F.R.S. Second Edition, 5s.

THE CAMBRIDGE PORTFOLIO; Papers illustrative of the

Scholastic and Social State, the History, Antiquities and Literature of
the University. Contributed by Members. Edited by the Rev. J. J.
SMITH, M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Cuius College. Two handsome Vo-
lumes, Royal Quarto, with numerous Illustrations. 4/. 4s.

BISHOPjj HALLIFAX ON THE CIVIL LAW ; with AD-
DiTioNs,^by Dr. GELD ART, Professor of the Civil Law, Cambridge. 8s. 6W.

UNIVERSAL MYTHOLOGY ; an Account of the most im-
portant Mythological Systems, with Considerations on the Koran and the
Talmud. By the Rev. H.CHRISTMAS, F.S.A., St. John's Coll., Camb. 7s.

ARUNDINES CAMI, Sive Musarum Cantabrigicnsium Lusus

Canori, collegit atquo edidit llENRICUS DRURY, M. A. Ornament-
ally printed, I2s.



6 A SELECTED LIST OF BOOKS,



TPIE PUBLIC ECONOJNIY OF ATHENS, by Professor

BQ'.CKH. Translated from the German by G. CORNEWALL LEWI8,
Esq., A.M., late Student of Christ Church ; one of the Translators of
Mullek's Dur'nDts. New Editicm, Revised. Octavo, 18*.

PINDAR'S EPINICIAN ODES AND THE FRAGMENTS

OF III8 LOST COMPOSITIONS. Revised and explained bv the Rev.
JOHN AVILLIAM DONALDSON, M.A., Head Master of the Bury
School. Octavo, \Qs.

A LIFE OF ARISTOTLE, including a Critical Discussion of

some Questions of Literary History connected with his Works. By
J. W. BLAKESLEY, M.A., Fellow of Trin. Coll.. Cambridge. 8*. Qd.

THE CAIMBRIDGE GREEK AND ENGLISH TESTA-

IMENT ; Stephens' Greek and the Authorized English Version, in Parallel
Columns on the same Page. 8.*. 6rf.

THE GREEK TEXT of the ACTS OF THE APOSTLES ;

with Notes, Original and Selected. By II. ROBINSON, D.D. 8s.

A SELECTION from the GREEK VERSES of SHREWS-

BURY SCHOOL; with a Short Accoimt of the Iambic Metre and Style
of Greek Tragedy, and Progressive Exercises in Greek Tragic Senarii. 8s.

EXAMINATION PAPERS of SHREWSBURY SCHOOL:

with a Preface on Classical Examinations. By B. H. KENNEDY,
D.D., Head Master of Shrewsbury School.

THE SPEECHES OF DEMOSTHENES, against Aphobus

and Ouetor ; translated, with Notes explanatory of the Athenian Laws and
Institutions. By CHARLES RANN KENNEDY, M.A., Fellow of
Trinity College, Cambridge. Octavo, 9^.

THE IPHIGENIA IN AULIS of EURIPIDES, with English

Notes. The Camhrh/i/e Edition. 8.*.

STEMMATA ATHENIENSIA; Tables of Biography, Chro-

nology, and History, to facilitate the Study of the Greek Classics. 5*.

DISSERTATIONS on the EUMENIDES of iESCHYLUS,

with the Greek Text, and Critical Remarks. From the German of
MULLER. 9a-. Hd.

THE FROGS of ARISTOPHANES, Mitli English Notes

for Students, liy the Rev. H. P. COOKESLEY. 7s.

SCHLEIERMACHER'S INTJU)1)UCTI0NS TO THE

DIALOGUES of PLATO; translated frunj the German, by AVILLIAM
DOBSON, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 12a-. Qd.

THE AULULARIA of PLAUTUS, Mith Notes by JAMES

HlLDVAkl), .M.A.,Fell..w of Christ's College, Cambridge. * 7*. (M.

THE MENCECHMEI of PLAUTUS, with a Glossary and

Notes. By the Editor of the aliuve. A New Edition. Ts. (kl.



PUBLISHED BY JOHN W. PARKER. 7

THE FIGURES of EUCLID; with Questions, and a Praxis of

Geometrical Exercises. By Rev. J. EDAVARDS, King's Coll. Lond. 3s.

A COMPANION to EUCLID ; being a help to the Under-

standing and Remembering of the First Four Books. 4s.

THE MECHANICAL EUCLID. By the Rev. PROFESSOR

WHEWELL, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. 5s. 6d.

THE MECHANICS OF ENGINEERING, intended for use

in Universities and in Colleges of Engineers. By the same. 9s. Also,

WHEWELL'S DOCTRINE OF LIMITS, with its Applica-

tions; namely, The First Three Sections of Newton — Conic Sections —
The Differential Calculus. 9s.

HALL'S ALGEBRA.— The ELEMENTS of ALGEBRA,

chiefly intended for Schools and the Junior Classes in Colleges. By the
Rev. PROF. HALL, of King's Coll., London. 6.v. 6rf.;also, by the Same,

HALL'S DIFFERENTIAL and INTEGRAL CALCULUS.

Third Edition, improved. 12s. 6d.

EXAMPLES of the PROCESSES of the DIFFERENTIAL
and INTEGRAL CALCULUS. Collected by D. F. GREGORY, M.A.,
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Octavo, 18s

LECTURES upon TRIGONOMETRY, and the Apphcation

of Algebra to Geometry, Second Edition, corrected. Js. 6d.

DYNAMICS, or a TREATISE on MOTION. By SAMUEL

EARNSHAW, M. A., of St. John's College, Cambridge. Octavo, 14s.

THEORY OF HEAT. By the Rev. PROFESSOR KEL-

LAND, M.A., F.R.S., of the University of Edinburgh. 9s.

LECTURES on ASTRONOMY, delivered at KING'S COL-
LEGE, London, by PROFESSOR MOSELEY, M.A., F.R.S. With
numerous Illustrations. 5s. 6d. ; also,

*MOSELEY'S MECHANICS APPLIED TO THE ARTS.

By the Same. New Edition. With numerous Engravings. 6s. bV/.

DANIELL'S CHEMICAL PHILOSOPHY : being a prepara-

tory View of the Forces which concur to the Production of Chemical Phe-
nomena. By PROF. DANIELL, F.R.S., of King's College, London. 16s.

PRACTICAL GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY; with

Instructions for the Qualitative ANALYSIS of MINERALS. By
JOSHUA TRIMMER, F.G.S. Two Hundred Wood-Cuts. 12s.

PRINCIPLES OF MECHANISM. By. R. WILLIS, M.A.,

F.R.S. , Jacksonian Professor in the University of Cambridge. With
numerous illustrations. 15s.

THE UNDULATORY THEORY, AS APPLIED TO THE
DISPERSION OF LIGHT. By the Rev. Prof. POWELL, M. A., F.R.S., 9s.



8 A SELECTED LIST OF BOOKS.



THREE LETTERS to the Rev. W. PALMER, Fellow .iiul

Tutor of MaL-dal.'iie Colloiro, Oxford, on the Name " PROTESTANT ;"
on the SEEMINGLY AMBIGUOUS CHARACTER of the ENGLISH
CHURCH; and on the BISHOPRICK at JERUSALEM. With an
APPENDIX, coiitaininii some Remarks on a Pamplih-t of J. R. Hoim:,
Esq., entitled " The Bishopric of the United Church of En<;hind and
Irelaml, at Jerusalem, considered in a Letter to a Friend." By the Rev.
F. I). i^IAURICE, A.M., Chaplain of Guy's Hospital, and Professor of
Encrlish Literature at Kin^jj's College, London. Second Edition, with
Additions. 3«.

EXxVMINATION QUESTIONS and ANSWERS, from Mo-

sheini's Ecclesiastical Histori/, for the Use of Students in Divinity. 4*. ()</.

EXAMINATION QUESTIONS and ANSWERS, from

Burnet on t/ie T/nrti/-Nhie Articles. By the Author of the ahove. 2s.

EXAMINATION QUESTIONS and ANSWERS on Bitflei's

Analo<i>/. By the Rev. Sir G. W. CRAUFURD, Bart., M.A. 2s. ()./.

PALEY'S EVIDENCES EPITOMISED; with a view to

exhibit his Argument in a small compass, without omitting or weakening
any of its component parts. 5s.

ON THE FOUNDATIONS OF MORALS: Fonr Sermons

preached before the L'niversity of Cambridge. By Professor AVHEWELL,
B.D., Master of Trinity College. New Edition, with a Preface. 3.*. OW.

THE NEW CRATYLUS ; or, CONTRIBUTIONS towards a

more Accurate Knowledge of the Greek Language. By the Rev, J. "W.
DONALDSON, M.A., Head Master of the Bury School. 17s.

SYNCHRONOLOGY : a Treatise on the History, Chronology

and Mythology of the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Phoenicians, and
the Ilannony between the Chronology of those Nations and that of the
Holy Scriptures. By the Rev. CHARLES CROSTHAVAITE. I,")*-.

'^T^yt:^T] THE GUIDE of the HEBREW STUDENT; con-

taining an Epitome of Sacred History, with Easy Passages in Pure Bib-
lical Hebrew, with Keys, and Glossary, adapted for English Learners.
By II. II. BERNARD, Hebrew Teacher in the University of Camb. IQs.Gil.

LEO'S HEBREW GRAMMAR for the Use of Schools and

Students in the I'^niversities. \2s. 6(1.

THE CHALDEE TEXT OF Daniol, V., and the SYRIAC

of St. Matthew, VI. 1 — 13, analyzed; for the use of Students. By the
Rev. T. R. BR( )WN, JNI.A. Ss. 6d.

ELEMENTS OF SYRIAC GRAMMAR, by the Rev. G.

PHILLIPS, ISI.A., Fellow and Tutor of Queen's College, Cambridge. 10*-.

A PliACTICAL ARABIC GRAMMAR. By DUNCAN

STEWART. Octavo, \6s.

FRAGAn<:NTS OF THE GREEK CO]\IIC WRITERS, with

Latin and English Notes. By JAMES BAILEY, JM.A., Trin. Coll.
Cainh. Octavo, 9». 6rf.

London: JOHN W. PARKER, Publisher, West Strand.



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