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XXI.

The HISTORY of ENGLAND, from the EARLIEST

TIMES, to the PEACE of PARIS, 1856. By CHARLES
DUKE YONGE. In post 8vo. 12s.

XXII.

SERMONS preached in a COUNTRY VILLAGE.

By the late Rev. THOMAS KERCHEVER ARNOLD, M.A., Rector of Lyndon, and formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. In post 8vo. 58. 6d.

XXIII. QUEBEC CHAPEL SERMONS, VOL. VII. CON.

CLUDING SERMONS. By HENRY ALFORD, D.D., Dean of Canterbury; late Minister of the Chapel. In small 8vo. 6s. Lately published, VOL. VI. On the PERSON and OFFICE of CHRIST. 5s.

XXIV.
SIVAN the SLEEPER; a Tale of all Time. By the Rev.

H. C. ADAMS, M.A., late Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford ;
Author of "The First of June." In small 8vo. 58. 6d.

XXV.

A CLERGYMAN'S HOLIDAYS: or, Friendly Discus

sions, Historical, Scriptural, and Philosophical; touching St. Paul's
Western Labours and Chronology; Romanism and the Christian
Church of Britain; Scepticism; Faith; Future Life; and the
Hope of the Lord's Glorious Advent. By W. B. GALLOWAY,
M.A., Incumbent of St. Mark's, St. Pancras. In small 8vo. 55

XXVI. The MARTYR of the PONGAS; a Memoir of the Rev.

HAMBLE JAMES LEACOCK, first West Indian Missionary to WESTERN AFRICA. By the Rev. HENRY CASWALL, D.D., Vicar of Figheldean, Author of “ America and the American Church," &c. &c. In small 8vo. With Portrait. 5s. 6d.

XXVII. A New ILLUSTRATED EDITION of SACRED ALLE.

GORIES. Contents :—The Shadow of the Cross— The Distant Hills_The Old Man's Home; and The King's Messengers. By the Rev. WILLIAM ADAMS, M.A., late Fellow of Merton

College, Oxford. In small 4to. 11. ls. ** This New EDITION contains numerous Engravings on Wood from Original Designs by C.W. COPE, R. A. ; I. C. HORSLEY, A.R.A.; SAMUEL PALMER; BIRKET FOSTER; and GEORGE E. Hicks.

XXVIII.

A Second Edition of the FIRST of JUNE; or, SCHOOL

BOY RIVALRY; a Second Tale of Charlton School. By the
Rev. H. C. ADAMS, M.A., late Fellow of Magdalen College,
Oxford; Editor of “ The Cherry Stones.” In small 8vo. 3s. Ed.

XXIX. ADDRESSES, chiefly to YOUNG MEN. Contents :

1. On the Profitable Employment of Hours gained from Business. 2. Dr. Johnson. 3. Columbus. 4. Sir Walter Raleigh. 5. England and her Colonies. By the Rev. JAMES S. M. ANDERSON, M.A., Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, Rector of Tormarton, and Honorary Canon of Bristol Cathedral. Second Edition. In small 8vo. 4s. 6d.

XXX. The DOCTRINE of the ATONEMENT deduced from

Scripture, and Vindicated from Misrepresentations and Objections, in Six Discourses, preached before the University of Dublin being the Donnellan Lecture for the Year 1857. By JOHN COTTER MACDONNELL, B.D., Vicar of Laracor, Diocese of Meath. In 8vo. 7s.

XXXI.
The ACTS for Promoting the BUILDING and ENDOW-

ING of CHURCHES and CHAPELS in Populous Parishes and
Places, and forming New Parishes and Districts. Edited by
JAMES THOMAS LAW, A.M., Chancellor of the Diocese of

Lichfield. Fourth Edition. In Six Parts. 8vo. 9s. The object of this work is to bring together into one view, under separate heads, for the convenience of the Clergy, all that relates to each branch of this important subject.

XXXII.

The Second Edition of the FIRST HEBREW BOOK ;

on the plan of Henry's First Latin Book. By the Rev. THOMAS KERCHEVER ARNOLD, M.A., late Rector of Lyndon, and formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. In 12mo. 7s.6d.

XXXIII.
The MORAL of a SAD STORY; Four Sermons on the

INDIAN MUTINY, with copious Notes. By JOHN HAMP-
DEN GURNEY, M.A., Prebendary of St. Paul's, and Rector of
St. Mary's, Marylebone. In small 8vo. 2s.6d.

XXXIV. AGONISTES; or, PHILOSOPHICAL STRICTURES,

suggested by Opinions, chiefly, of Contemporary Writers. By

ALFRED LYÁLL, B.A., Rector of Harbledown, Kent. In this work the opinions of the following Authors (amongst others) are discussed, viz. Abp. Whately-Whewell_Chalmers—Grote-Lord Brougham-SydneySmith—Jeffrey-Mill-Brown-Paley—Macaulay -Baden Powell_J. H. Newman-Mackintosh-and Sir W. Hamilton. In post 8vo. 7s. 6d.

XXXV.
SERMONS preached before the QUEEN. By SAMUEL

WILBERFORCE, D.D., Lord Bishop of Oxford. Sixth Edition.
In 12mo. 6s.

XXXVI.
The Fifth Edition of the WARNINGS of the HOLY

WEEK; being a COURSE of PAROCHIAL LECTURES for
the WEEK before EASTER, and the EASTER FESTIVALS.
By the Rev. WILLIAM ADAMS, M.A., late Fellow of Merton
College ; Author of “ The Old Man's Home,” and other Works.
In small 8vo. 4s. 6d.

XXXVII.

The INSPIRATION of HOLY SCRIPTURE, its Nature

and Proof; Eight Discourses preached before the University of Dublin. By WILLIAM LEE, D.D., Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, and Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the University of Dublin. Second Edition, revised, with Index. In 8vo. 14s.

XXXVIII. SERMONS, VOL. II.; preached in the Cathedral Church

of Bangor. By CHRISTOPHER BETHELL, D.D., Lord Bishop of Bangor. In 8vo. 10s. 6d.

Also, by the same Author (lately published), SERMONS preached in the Cathedral Churches of Chichester, Gloucester, and Bangor, and in Chapels Royal. 10s. 6d.

XXXIX.
CATECHESIS; or, CHRISTIAN INSTRUCTION pre-

paratory to CONFIRMATION, and FIRST COMMUNION.
By the Right Rev. CHARLES WORDSWORTH, D.C.L.,
Bishop of St. Andrew's, Dunkeld, and Dunblane. Third Edition.
In small 8vo. 3s. 6d.

XL.
ECHOES from MANY MINDS; a Collection of SACRED

POETRY. Edited by LADY CHARLOTTE MARIA
PEPYS. In 18mo. 2s. 6d.

XLI.

The PARABLES of OUR LORD Explained and Exem

plified, in Sunday School Dialogues. By TWO SISTERS. Edited by a Clergyman of the Church of England. In small 8vo. 3s.

XLII.
DISCOURSES and ESSAYS on the UNITY of GOD'S

WILL as revealed in SCRIPTURE. By JOHN WILLIAMS,
A.M., Archdeacon of Cardigan. In 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XLIII.
SERMONS on Texts from the GOSPELS and EPISTLES.

By JOHN HAMPDEN GURNEY, M.A., Rector of St. Mary's,
Marylebone; Author of “ Historical Sketches,” the “Grand
Romish Fallacy,” &c. In small 8vo. 6s.

Lately published,
SERMONS chiefly on OLD TESTAMENT HISTORIES;

from Texts in the SUNDAY LESSONS. Second Edition. 6s.

XLIV.
ECHOES from EGYPT; or, the Type of Antichrist.

Concluding with the Number of the Beast (Rev. xiii. 18). By the
Rev. W.J. GROVES, M.A., sometime Vicar of Chewton Mendip,
Somerset. In 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XLV.
PRINCIPLES

of
NATURAL THEOLOGY.

By
ROBERT ANCHOR THOMPSON, M.A. In crown 8vo. 48.,

Also, by the same Author, CHRISTIAN THEISM: the Testimony of Reason and Revelation

to the Existence and Character of the SUPREME BEING. In 2 vols. 8vo. 21s. This Work gained the First Burnet Prize in a competition of 208 Writers.)

XLVI.

The FOUR GOSPELS and ACTS of the APOSTLES.

With EXPLANATORY NOTES by LORD LYTTELTON.
In post 8vo. 8s. 6d.

XLVII. SERMONS on the CHARACTERS of the OLD TESTA

MENT. By the Rev. ISAAC WILLIAMS, B.D., late Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford; Author of a “Harmony of the Gospels with Reflections," in 8 vols. In small 8vo. 5. 60.

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BOOKS PUBLISHED BY MESSRS. RIVINGTON.

XLVIII. THEOPHILUS ANGLICANUS; or, INSTRUCTION

concerning the CHURCH, and the Anglican Branch of it. For the Use of Schools, Colleges, and Candidates for Holy Orders. By CHR. WORDSWORTH, D.D., Canon of Westminster. Eighth Edition. In post 8vo. 8s. 6d.

XLIX.
The Third Edition of a HISTORY of the PROTESTANT

EPISCOPAL CHURCH in AMERICA. By SAMUEL
WILBERFORCE, D.D., Lord Bishop of Oxford. 5s.

L.

HYMNS and POEMS for the SICK and SUFFERING.

In connexion with the Service for the VISITATION of the SICK.
Selected from various Authors. Edited by the Rev. T. V. FOS-
BERY, M.A., Perpetual Curate of Sunningdale. Fourth Edition.

In small 8vo. 6s. 6d. This Volume contains 233 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. Browne -F. Davison-Elizabeth of Bohemia-P. Fletcher-G. HerbertDean Hickes—Bp. Ken-Norris Quarles—Sandys—Bp. J. TaylorHenry Vaughan -and Sir H. Wotton. And of modern writcrs :Miss E. B. Barrett- The Bishop of Oxford—S. T. Coleridge—Sir R. Grant-Miss E. Taylor-W. Wordsworth—Rev. Messrs. ChandlerKeble-Lyte-Monsell-Moultrie—and Trench.

LI.
A SECOND EDITION of the HISTORY of the CHURCH of

ENGLAND in the COLONIES and FOREIGN DEPEND-
ENCIES of the BRITISH EMPIRE. By the Rev. JAMES
S. M. ANDERSON, M.A., Preacher of Lincoln's Inn, and Rector
of Tormarton. In 3 vols. small 8vo. 11. 4s.

LII.
COMFORT for the AFFLICTED. Selected from various

Authors. Edited by the Rev. C. E. KENNAWAY. With a
Preface by S. WILBERFORCE, D.D., Lord Bishop of Oxford.
Eighth Edition. In small 8vo. Śs.

LIII.
QUIET MOMENTS: a Four Weeks' Course of THOUGHTS

and MEDITATIONS, before Evening Prayer and at Sunset. By LADY CHARLOTTE MARIA PEPY'S. Third Edition. In small 8vo. 3s. 6d.

Lately published, MORNING NOTES of PRAISE, a Companion Volume.

3s. 6d.

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