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XXIV.
The Fourth Number of the ENGLISH REVIEW; or,

QUARTERLY JOURNAL of ECCLESIASTICAL and GENERAL
LITERATURE.

Contents:-1. Condition and Claims of the Labouring Poor.- 2. Church
and State in France.-3. The Parochial System.—4. Miss Strickland's
Life of Queen Elizabeth.-5. Manning's University Sermons.—6. Church-
yards and Public Cemeteries.—7. Gothic Architecture.—8. Revival of
Monasticism.-9. English Church on the Continent.–10. Jelf's Bamp-
ton Lectures.—Recent Publications.- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence,
&c. and Correspondence. In 8vo. 6s. (Now ready.)

xxv.

THOUGHTS on the STUDY of the HOLY GOSPELS;

intended as an Introduction to a HARMONY and COMMENTARY.
By the Rev. ISAAC WILLIAMS, B D., late Fellow of Trinity College,
Oxford. Second Edition. In small 8vo. 88. (In the Press.)

XXVI.
ECCLESIASTES ANGLICANUS; a Treatise on PREACH-

ING. In a Series of Letters to a Young Clergyman. By the Rev.
WILLIAM GRESLEY, M.A., late Student of Christ Church, Oxon.
Third Edition. In small 8vo. 7s. 6d.

XXX.
The SYNTAX of the RELATIVE PRONOUN and its COG-

NATES; illustrated by numerous LATIN and GREEK EXAMPLES.
By ALFRED DAY, LL.D.

This Work treats particularly of the Relative and Relative Conjunc-
tion in dependent clauses, and in connexion with the Subjunctive Mood.
It explains many difficulties of construction in the Classical Writers;
several hundred passages are cited and elucidated, and an Index of
them furnished. In 8vo. 7s. 6d. (Now ready.)

XXXI.

ESSAYS. By ALEXANDER JAMES BERESFORD

HOPE, Esq., M.P. In small 8vo. 5s.

XXXII.
A GRAMMAR of the CREE LANGUAGE; with which is

combined, an Analysis of the CHIPPEWAY DIALECT. By
JOSEPH HOWSE, Esq., F.R.G.S., Resident Twenty Years among the
Natives. In 8vo. 9s. 6d. (Now ready.)

XXXIII.

POEMS on SACRED SUBJECTS, with Translations from

the Classics. By the Rev. R. TOMLINS, M.A. In small 8vo.

3s.

XXXIV.
SERMONS chiefly on the THEORY of RELIGIOUS

BELIEF, Preached before the University of Oxford. By JOHN
HENRY NEWMAN, B.D., Fellow of Oriel College. Second Edition.
In 8vo. Is. 6d.

XXXV.
The GOSPEL NARRATIVE of the NATIVITY of our LORD

HARMONIZED: with Reflections. By the Rev. ISAAC WILLIAMS,
B.D., late Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford. Small 8vo. 88. 6d.

Lately published, (by the same Author,) uniformly printed,
I. The GOSPEL NARRATIVE of the PASSION of our LORD HAR-

MONIZED: with REFLECTIONS. Third Edition. 8s.
II. The GOSPEL NARRATIVE of the HOLY WEEK HARMO-

NIZED: with REFLECTIONS. 8s. 6d.

XXXVI.
The ANNUAL REGISTER: a View of the HISTORY and

POLITICS of the YEAR 1843. In 8vo. 16s.

XXXVII.
LONGER LATIN EXERCISES. PART I. By the Rev.

THOMAS KERCHEVER ARNOLD, M.A., Rector of Lyndon, and
late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

The object of this work is to supply boys with an easy collection of
short passages, as an Exercise-book for those who have gone once, at
least, through the First Part of the Editor's Practical Introduction to
Latin Prose Composition. In 8vo. 48.

XXXVIII.
The DISTANT HILLS. An Allegory.

An Allegory. By the Rev. W.
ADAMS, M.A., Fellow of Merton College, Oxford. Small 8vo. Second

Edition. 2s. 6d.
The SHADOW of the CROSS. An Allegory. By the SAME

AUTHOR. Fourth Edition. 2s. 6d.
These two Sacred ALLEGORIES may be had in one volume, price 4s. 6d.

XXXIX.
HORÆ DECANICÆ RURALES: an Attempt to illustrate

the Origin and Functions, Personal and Capitular, of RURAL DEANS. With an Appendix of Documents, Ancient and Modern. By WILLIAM DANSEY, M.A., Prebendary of Salisbury, Rector of Donhead St. Andrew, Rural Dean. Second Edition (with considerable additions). In 2 vols. small 4to. 24s.

XL.

MATERIALS for TRANSLATION into LATIN: selected

and arranged by AUGUSTUS GROTEFEND. Translated from the German by the Rev. H. H. ARNOLD, B.A., and edited (with Notes and E cursuses from Grotefend,) by the Rev. T. K. ARNOLD, M.A., Rector of Lyndon, and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Second Edition. In 8vo. 7s. 6d. (Just published.)

XLI. FIVE SERMONS on the TEMPTATION OF CHRIST

OUR LORD IN THE WILDERNESS: Preached before the University of Cambridge, in Lent, 1844. With Notes. By W. H. MILL, D.D., late Fellow of Trinity College, Christian Advocate, and Chaplain to his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. In 8vo. 6s. 6d.

XLII. COMFORT for the AFFLICTED. Selected from Various

Authors. Edited by the Rev. C. E. KENNAWAY. With a Preface by Archdeacon S. WILBERFORCE. In small 8vo. 58.

XLIII.
SERMONS on the BOOK of COMMON PRAYER and

Administration of the Sacraments. To which are now added, Several
Sermons on the FEASTS and FASTS of the CHURCH, preached in
the Cathedral Church of Wells. By the Rev. JOHN HOTHERSALL
PINDER, M.A., Precentor of Wells Cathedral, and Principal of Wells
Theological College. Second Edition. In 12mo. 7s.

XLIV.
The COTTAGER’S MONTHLY VISITOR, for the Year

1844.

This Work is continued in Numbers, price 4d. each, and forms a Manual_of Religious Instruction and Domestic Economy, suited to Family ing, the Parochial Library, or the Servants' Hall. Its contents include Scriptural Exposition, Instructive Tales, Hints on Gardening and Agriculture, short Extracts from the best Authors, and occasionally from the Public News. The Volumes are sold separately, and are included in the List of Books recommended by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. With Wood-Cuts. 4s. (Now ready.)

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BOOKS PUBLISHED BY MESSRS. RIVINGTON.

XLV.
The DOCTRINE of the RUSSIAN CHURCH; being

TRANSLATIONS, by Rev. R. W. BLACKMORE. Edited by the
Rev. W. PALMER, Fellow of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford.
(Printed uniformly with Mouraireff's History of the Russian Church.)
In 8vo. (Nearly ready.)

XLVI.
The BISHOPRIC of SOULS. By the Rev. ROBERT

WILSON EVANS, M.A., Vicar of Heversham, Fellow of Trinity,
College, Cambridge, and Author of “The Rectory of Valehead.' Third
Edition. In small 8vo. 6s.

XLVII.
HYMNS and POEMS for the SICK and SUFFERING.

In connexion with the Service for the VISITATION of the SICK.
Edited by the Rev. T. V. FOSBERY, B.A.

This Volume contains 224 separate pieces; of which about 90 are by writers who lived prior to the 18th Century: the rest are modern, and some of these original. Amongst the names of the writers (between 70 and 80 in number) occur those of Sir J. Beaumont-Sir T. BrowneF. Davison-Elizabeth of Bohemia - P. Fletcher-G. Herbert-Dean Hickes—Bp. Ken-Norris—Quarles-Sandys—Bp. J. Taylor-Henry Vaughan -and Sir H. Wotton. And of modern writers :-Miss E. B. Barrett-S. T. Coleridge-Sir R. Grant-Miss E. Taylor-W. Wordsworth -R Messrs. Chandler - Keble - Lyte - Monsell-MoultrieTrench-and Archdeacon S. Wilberforce. Small 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XLVIII. PROSE HYMNS, chiefly from SCRIPTURE, pointed for

Chanting, and adapted to the SUNDAYS and HOLYDAYS throughout the Year. Intended for Public or Private Devotion. By HENRY ALFORD, M.A., Vicar of Wymeswold, Leicestershire, and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. In 18mo. 2s.

Also (just published), by the same Author, PSALMS and HYMNS for the SUNDAYS and HOLYDAYS throughout

the Year. In 18mo. 2s. 6d.

XLIX.

The BOY'S ARITHMETIC. PART 1. By the Rev.

CHARLES ARNOLD, M.A., Rector of Tinwell, and late Fellow of
Caius College, Cambridge. In 12mo. 3s. 6d.

* The object of this book is to make Arithmetic easier to little boys, by enabling them to understand it, and to prevent their forgetting a Rule as soon as they have entered upon a new one.

L.

BIBLICAL CRITICISM on the First Fourteen Historical

Books of the OLD TESTAMENT; also on the First Nine Prophetical Books. By SAMUEL HORSLEY, LL.D. F.R.S. F.A.S., late Lord Bishop of Śt. Asaph. Second Edition (with new Translation and copious Indexes). In 2 vols. 8vo. £1. 10s.

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