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XXIII.

THE TWENTY-SECOND EDITION OF
DEBRETT'S COMPLETE PEERAGE of the UNITED KING-

DOM of ENGLAND and IRELAND.
Corrected to the present time. With the Arms of the Peers.

In Post 8vo. 11. 8s. (Now ready.)

Also (uniformly printed) The Seventh Edition of DEBRETT'S BARONETAGE of ENGLAND. Including an Account of the Baronets created at Her Majesty's Coronation.

With the Arms of the Baronets.

11. 5s.

XXIV.

SECOND SERIES OF
HOURS of DEVOTION,
For the Promotion of True Christianity and Family Worship.

Translated from the German.
By E. J. BURROW, D.D. F.R.S. and F.L.S.

In 8vo. (Preparing for publication.)
Lately published, the Second Edition of the First Series. 8vo. 12s.

XXV. An INTRODUCTION to the CRITICAL STUDY of ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, attempted in an Account of the Progress,

and a Short Notice of the Sources, of the

History of the Church. By JOHN GOULTER DOWLING, M.A. Of Wadham College, Oxford; Rector of St. Mary-de-Crypt, Gloucester.

In 8vo. 9s.

XXVI. A COMPANION to the FIRST LESSONS for the SERVICES

of the CHURCH, on Sundays, and the Fasts and Festivals.

By JAMES DUKE COLERIDGE, LL.D.
Rector of Lawhitton, and Vicar of Lewannick, Cornwall, and Prebendary of

Exeter Cathedral.
In small 8vo. 3s. 6d.

XXVII.
Not TRADITION, but SCRIPTURE.

By P. N. SHUTTLEWORTH, D.D.

Warden of New College, Oxford.
Second Edition. Small 8vo. 3s. 6d.

XXVIII. An ABRIDGMENT of HOOKER'S ECCLESIASTICAL POLITY.

By the Rev. J. B. SMITH, D.D. M.R.S.L.
Head Master of Horncastle Grammar School; Author of the “ Manual of the

Rudiments of Theology.”
In 12mo. (Prepuring for publication.)

XXIX.

The ANNUAL REGISTER: or a VIEW of the HISTORY

and POLITICS of the Year 1838.

In 8vo. 165. (In the Press.)
Lately published, the Volume for the Year 1837. 8vo. 168.

XXX.

THE SEVENTH EDITION OF A COMMENT on the COLLECTS appointed to be used in the Church of England before the Epistle and Gospel on Sundays

and Holydays throughout the Year.

By JOHN JAMES, D.D
Prebendary of Peterborough. ,

12mo. 6s.

XXXI.

THE SECOND EDITION OF
LECTURES on the PROPHETICAL OFFICE of the CHURCH,
Viewed relatively to ROMANISM and POPULAR PROTESTANTISM.

By JOHN HENRY NEWMAN, B.D.
Fellow of Oriel College, and Vicar of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford.

In 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XXXII.

THE FIFTH EDITION OF
SPECULUM GREGIS; or, Parochial Minister's Assistant.

By the Rev. R. B. EXTON. “ He understands but little of the nature and obligations of the priestly office, who thinks he has discharged it by performing the public appointments.”— Bishop Burnet.

“ The readiest way of finding access to a man's heart is to go into his house.Chalmers' Christian and Civic Economy.

Price 5s. bound in roan, with a clasp.

IN UNIFORM VOLUMES, PRICE 6s. EACH, THE

THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY.

EDITORS:
The VEN. ARCHDEACON LYALL, M.A.
The REV. HUGH JAMES ROSE, B.D.

VOLUMES PUBLISHED:

1.

The LIFE of WICLIF.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A. Principal of the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

Portrait. 68.

II.
The CONSISTENCY of the whole SCHEME of REVELATION with

ITSELF and with HUMAN REASON.
By PHILIP NICHOLAS SHUTTLEWORTH, D.D.
Warden of New College, Oxford ; and Rector of Foxley, Wilts.

68.

III. VI. VIII.
HISTORY of the REFORMED RELIGION in FRANCE.

By EDWARD SMEDLEY, M.A.
Late Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
In Three Volumes. With Fourteen Portraits, 188.

IV. V.
The LIFE of ARCHBISHOP CRANMER.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.
Principal of the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

2 Vols. Portraits. 128.

VII. XII.
SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHY.

By R. W. EVANS, M.A.
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; and Author of the “ Rectory of Valehead.”

2 Vols. 128.

IX. X.
HISTORY of the CHURCH in SCOTLAND.

By the Rev. M. RUSSELL, D.D.
Author of the “ Connection of Sacred and Profane History."

2 Vols. Portraits. 128.

XI.
The LIFE of BISHOP JEWEL.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.
Principal of the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

Portrait. 68.

XIII.
The LIFE of ARCHBISHOP LAUD.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.
Principal of the East India College, Herts; and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.

Portrait. 68.

XIV. XV.
BIOGRAPHY of the EARLY CHURCH.

By the Rev. R. W. EVANS, M.A.
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; and Author of the “ Rectory of Valehead.”

2 Vols. 128.

RIVINGTONS, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD & WATERLOO PLACE.

OF THE

Churches

OF

ENGLAND AND ROME.

SECOND EDITION, WITH AN APPENDIX,

CONTAINING
Some Explanatory Notes

ON

CHURCH AUTHORITY, THE CHARACTER OF SCHISM, AND THE ROCK, ON
WHICH OUR SAVIOUR DECLARED, THAT HE WOULD

BUILD HIS CHURCH.

BY

HERBERT MARSH, D.D. F.R.S.

MARGARET PROFESSOR OF DIVINITY IN THE

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE,

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON, st. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD;
AND DEIGHTONS, NICHOLSONS, AND BARRETT, CAMBRIDGE :

By Round R. Gilbert, St. John's-Square, Clerkenwelle

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