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BY

MESSRS. RIVINGTON,

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE.

DISCOURSES on PUBLIC EDUCATION. By CHRISTO

PHER WORDSWORTH, D.D., Canon of St. Peter's, Westminster, and late Head Master of Harrow School. In small 8vo, 9s. 6d. (Now ready.)

II.

The Second Part of a PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION to

GREEK PROSE COMPOSITION. (On the PARTICLES ; including a complete Work on GREEK SYNONYMES.) By the Rev. THOMAS KERCHEVER ARNOLD, M.A., Rector of Lyndon, and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. In 8vo. (Preparing for publication.)

Also, by the same Author, 1. A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION to GREEK PROSE COMPOSITION. Part I. Fifth Edition. 8vo. 58. 6d.

2. A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION to GREEK ACCIDENCE. Third Edition. 8vo. 5s. 6d.

III.

PAROCHIAL SERMONS, Preached in the Parish Church of

Heversham, Westmoreland. By the Rev. ROBERT WILSON EVANS, B.D., Vicar; late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge ; and Author of “ The Rectory of Valehead,” and “ Bishopric of Souls." In small 8vo. 5s. (Just published.)

IV.

The ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY of the SECOND and

THIRD CENTURIES, illustrated from the Writings of TERTUL-
LIAN. By JOHN KAYE, D.D., Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Third
Edition. In 8vo. (In the Press.)

v. SERMONS, preached at WINCHESTER COLLEGE. By

GEORGE NOBERLY, D C.L., Head Master of Winchester College, and late Fellow and Tutor of Balliol College, Oxford. In small 8vo. 6s. 6d. (Now ready.)

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VI.

MISSIONS to the HEATHEN: being the BAMPTON

LECTURE for 1843. By ANTHONY GRANT, D.C.L., Vicar of
Romford, Essex ; late Fellow of New College, Oxford. Second Edition.
In 8vo. (In the Press.)

VII.

The ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY of M. L'ABBE

FLEURY. Translated with Notes. Edited by JOHN HENRY NEWMAN, B.D., Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. Vol. III. (A.D. 429– 456.) In 8vo. 10s. 6d. (Just published.)

St. Cyril of Alexandria, and St. Leo the Great, are the chief actors during this period. The Ecumenical Councils of Ephesus and Chalcedon, and the troubles which preceded and followed them, form the staple of the narrative.

Also, lately published,
VOL. I. (A.D. 381—400), 148. VOL. II. (A.D. 400—429), 10s. 6d.

VIII.

The SYMMETRY of REVELATION a WITNESS to

the DIVINITY OF CHRIST. An Argument exhibited in Three Consecutive Series of ADVENT LECTURES. By R. C. COXE, M.A., Vicar of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and formerly Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. In 8vo. 10s. 6d. (Just ready.)

IX.

CORRESPONDENCE of the Right Hon. EDMUND

BURKE. Between the Year 1744 and the period of his Decease in
1797. (Now first published.) Edited by CHARLES WILLIAM,
EARL FITZWILLIAM, and Lieutenant-General SIR RICHARD
BOURKE, K.C.B.

Explanatory Notes are given, furnishing such information of the family connexions and personal history of Burke as may serve to give to the publication of the letters something of the advantages of a continued narrative. Other notes are added, to remind the reader of names and events referred to in the letters; some of which have long ceased to occupy public attention, whilst others are to be found as materials of history in the periodical publications of their time.- Extract from the Preface.

This Work contains several original letters from eminent statesmen of that period, including the following :-Dukes of Richmond and Portland–Marquis of Rockingham-Earl Fitzwilliam-Viscount Melville Right Hons. Charles James Fox, Henry Grattan, William Pitt, and William Windham-Sir William Jones, and Sir Philip Francis. In 4 vols. 8vo. (With Portrait.) £2. 8s.

Also, uniformly printed, The WORKS of the Right Hon. EDMUND BURKE. With General

Index. In 16 vols. 8vo. £6. 17s.

The Antient Syriac Version of the EPISTLES of St. IGNA-

TIUS to POLYCARP, the EPHESIANS and the ROMANS, together
with FRAGMENTS of his OTHER EPISTLES, extracted from Syriac
Writers, discovered in MSS. of very great antiquity, and edited, with an
ENGLISH TRANSLATION and NOTES. By the Rev. WILLIAM
CURETON, M.A., F.R.S., of the British Museum. (In the Press.)

XIII.

The TEACHING of the PRAYER-BOOK. By JOHN

WOOD WARTER, B.D., Vicar of West Tarring, Sussex. In small 8vo.
(In the Press.)

Also, by the same Author,
PLAIN PAROCHIAL SERMONS. In 2 vols. 8vo. £1. 6s.

XIV.
An ALPHABET of EMBLEMS, a New Book of SACRED

POETRY for YOUNG PERSONS By the Rev. T. B. MURRAY,
M.A. Contents :- Ark - Bible-Crown-Dial- Eagle-Fruit-Garden
-Hen - Inn-Judge-King-Lion,Myrtle-Nest-Oak-Peacock-

Quail – Rainbow - Sower - Turtle-Dove - Usurer – Viper-Well-

Xerxes-Yoke-Zaccheus. (With 26 Illustrations, beautifully engraved

on Wood.) In small 8vo. 2s. 6d.

xv.

An ORDER of FAMILY PRAYER, arranged in the Form

of Collects, for EVERY DAY throughout the WEEK; with Occa-
sional Prayers adapted to the Purposes of Domestic Worship. By the
Rev. W. E. EVANS, M.A., Prebendary of Hereford. Post 8vo. 35. 6d.

XVI.

ORIGINES LITURGICÆ: or the ANTIQUITIES of the

ENGLISH RITUAL: with a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies. By
the Rev. WILLIAM PALMER, M.A., of Worcester College, Oxford.
Fourth Edition, enlarged. In 2 vols. 8vo. (In the Press.)

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XVII.
THEOPHILUS ANGLICANUS; or, Instruction for the

Young Student concerning the CHURCH, and our own Branch of it. By
CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, D.D., Head Master of Harrow
School. Second Edition. In post 8vo. 88. 6d.

XX.

SPELLING TURNED ETYMOLOGY. Part I. By the

Rev. THOMAS KERCHEVER ARNOLD, M.A., Rector of Lyndon,

and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. 12mo. 2s. 6d.

*** The SPELLING LESSONS for Pupils may be had separately, price ls. 3d.

Also, by the same Author,

The FIRST READING BOOK. Part I. (The Alphabet and simple

Monosyllables.) 3d.

XXI.

INSTRUCTIONS for the USE of CANDIDATES for HOLY

ORDERS, and of the Parochial Clergy, as to Ordination, Licenses,
Induction, Pluralities, Residence, &c. &c.; with Acts of Parliament
relating to the above, and Forms to be used. By CHRISTOPHER
HODGSON, Secretary to his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Sixth Edition. In 8vo. (In the Press.)

XXIII.

The Sixth Volume of PLAIN SERMONS. BY CONTRI-

BUTORS to the “TRACTS for the TIMES.” In 8vo. 6s. 6d. (Now

ready)

Lately published.

VOLS. I. to V. (sold separately), price 6s. 6d. each.

** The Series is continued in Numbers, price 1s. each.

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