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January, 1834. IMPORTANT CLERICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WORKS
LATELY PUBLISHED BY
ROAKE AND VARTY, 31, STRAND, LONDON,
SOLD ALSO BY
J. H. PARKER, OXFORD; And J. & J.J. DEIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE.
NUMBER OF THE DIOCESES OF
BY LORD HENLEY.
Price 1s. 6d. REFORMATION OF THE CHURCH REVOLUTION
IN DISGUISE, A COUNTRY CLERGYMAN'S second humble and earnest APPEAL to the hearts and understandings of the LORDS and COMMONS of
THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT.
Political Economy, on the Notion of Value.
A LECTURE ON THE NOTION OF VALUE,
By the REV. W. F. LLOYD, M.A.
Cathedral Institutions and Clerical Education. Second Edition, with Additions and Corrections, 8vo. price 6s. boards, REMARKS ON THE PROSPECTIVE AND PAST BENEFITS
OF CATHEDRAL INSTITUTIONS, In the Promotion of Sound Religious Knowledge and of Clerical Education.
By EDWARD BOUVERIE PUSEY, B.D. Regius Professor of Hebrew, Canon of Christ Churcb, late Fellow of Oriel
College, Oxford. “ For Deans, and Canons, or Prebends of Cathedral Churches, they were of great use in
the Church."-BACON. “ This work deserves the best attention of those who have any real regard for the Church.
.... The Church and the country owe no small thanks to Mr. Pusey, for his learned, high-principled, and powerful Vindication of its Cathedral Establishments.”- British Mugazine, Feb. 1833.
Price 1s. SUGGESTIONS RELATING TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION OF THE CLERGY, In furtherance of the Proposal advocated by PROFESSOR Puser and others, with
the view of preserving and, at the same time, improving our Cathedral Institutions, so as to make them all Colleges of Theological learning.
By a Late Fellow of BallioL COLLEGE, OXFORD.
NEW WORKS LATELY PUBLISHED BY
BY LORD HENLEY.
AND LORD HENLEY'S PLANS FOR THE AUGMENTATION OF SMALL LIVINGS.
ON CHURCH REFORM,
AND AUGMENTATION OF SMALL BENEFICES. Considered in Sıx LETTERS from a College INCUMBENT to a Friend in Oxford.
8vo. price 1s. 6d. REFORM WITHOUT RECONSTRUCTION: Being an Enquiry into the Advantages of a Safe and Practicable Arrangement for Removing, to a great extent, INEQUALITIES in the TEMPORALITIES of the EsTABLISHED CHURCH without Legislative Interference; accompanied with a Plan for the COMPRESSION of the LITURGY and RITUAL of the CHURCH of ENGLAN'.
By UVEDALE PRICE, M.A., of Christ Church, Oxford.
8vo. price 2s. A LETTER TO HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF
CANTERBURY, ON CHURCH REFORM. In which is suggested, a Plan of ALTERATIONS both Safe and Efficient.
By a Non-BENEFICED CLERGYMAN.
8vo. price 1s. 6d. CHURCH REFORM; THE QUESTION BETWEEN THE
CHURCH AND THE COUNTRY.
Price 1s. 6d.
CHURCH REFORM! A COUNTRY CLERGYMAN'S humble and earnest APPEAL to the hearts and understandings of the LORDS and COMMONS, in Parliament assembled. “Licet omnibus, licet etiam mihi, dignitatem patriæ tueri; potestas modo
veniendi in publicum sit, dicendi periculum non recuso.”—Cic. Philipp. 1.
Price 1s. 6d.