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Religious Prints and Engravings.
The Life and Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ, Illustrated in Twelve Plates, engraved on steel from the designs of FREDERICK OVERBECK. Proofs on India paper, 10s. the set; single plates, 1s. each. Plain prints, 5s. the set; single plates, 6d. each.
LIST OF THE PLATES.
The Saviour seated, bearing the
The Death of St. Joseph.
The Assumption of the Blessed
The Last Supper.
The Mount of Olives.
Jesus stripped of his Garments.
The Descent of the Holy Spirit.
Also, a beautiful Engraving from the design of Frederick Overbeck, of the Dead Christ and the Blessed Virgin. Engraved by Lewis Gruner. Proofs on India paper, 4s,; plain prints, Is. 6d. Three finely-engraved small Prints of the Blessed Virgin. 4d. each, entitled
The Madonna del San Sisto; The Salve Regina; The Ave Regina. Twelve Prints, drawn and illuminated in gold and colours, in the early Missal style, suitable for Prayer-books, with Miniatures and Prayers, printed in black letter, consisting of the following:
St. Augustine, Apostle of England; St. Catherine; St. Philip Neri; St. Margaret of Scotland. Size, 4 inches by 23 inches. 6d. each.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary; St George; St. Joseph; The Memorare, by St. Bernard, in English. Size, 4 inches by 24 inches. 6d. each. The Our Father; The Hail Mary; We fly to thy Patronage; In the Name of Jesus. Size, 34 inches by 2. 4d. each.
Also a beautiful Drawing of the
Madonna and the Infant Jesus seated under a Canopy with attendant Angels, encircled by a floriated border, in which the figures of St. Ann and St. John the Baptist are introduced, with the following inscription beneath the Drawing:-" Regina sine Labe Originali concepta, ora pro Nobis." The whole illuminated in gold and colours, in the early Missal style. Size of the drawing, 10 inches by 7, 38.; or, mounted under glass, with ornamented frame, 6s. 6d.
The following well-engraved small Prints, 3d. each:Our Saviour knocking at the Door; the Blessed Virgin and Infant Jesus; St. Ignatius Loyola; St. Francis Xavier.
**A great variety of Prints imported from France and Germany always on Sale; likewise Rosary Beads, Crosses, and Medals, &c. &c.
Breviarium Romanum. 4 vols. 4to. sewed, 50 francs. 2 vols. 4to. sewed, 32 francs. Propria pro Angliâ.
Breviarium Romanum Totum. 1 vol. royal 8vo, sewed, 12 francs. Propria pro Angliâ, 1 franc..
Breviarium Romanum. 4 vols. 12mo. sewed, 22 francs. Propria pro Anglia, 2 francs.
Breviarium Romanum. 4 vols. 18mo, sewed, 20 francs. Propria pro Angliâ, 2 francs 50 cents.
Breviarium Romanum. 4 vols. 32mo. sewed, 18 francs. Propria pro Angliâ, 50 cents.
Breviarium Romanum Totum. 18mo. sewed, 11 francs.
Ceremoniale Episcoporum. Large 12mo. 4 francs.
Horæ Diurnæ. 32mo. sewed, 3 francs.
Martyrologium Romanum. 4to. sewed, 12 francs. Missale Romanum. Large folio, with Plates, 38 fr. Missale Romanum. 4to. Plates, 25 francs.
Small 4to. 17s. 6d.
Missale Romanum. 12mo. sewed, 8 francs.
Missæ Pontificales. Large folio, 13 Plates, 25 francs. Officium Beatæ Mariæ Virginis. With the Rubric in English. 18mo. sewed, 2 francs 50 cents. Another edition, 32mo. 1s. 6d. Officium Hebdomadæ Sanctæ. 24mo. sewed, 2 francs
Pontificale Romanum. 3 vols. 8vo. sewed, 16 francs. Rituale Romanum. 8vo. sewed, 5 francs.
18mo. sewed, 3 francs 50 cents. Vesperale Romanum. 8vo. sewed, 5 francs.
Processionale Romanum. 8vo.sewed, 4 francs. Ritus et Preces ad Missam celebrandam in usum præcipue eorum qui sacris initiantur. Baltimore, 1857. 32mo. bound, 2s. 6d.
Specus Sancti Benedicti; seu, Solitudo Sacra, in quam religiosa anima se recipit, ut ibidem eo liberius sola cum solo Deo agat. Auctore D. ANSELMO FISCHER, O.S.B. 18mo. sewed, 2s. Thesaurus Animæ Christianæ, sive Manuale Pietatis; vel, Liber Precum decerptarum ex Libris Ecclesiasticis, et operibus Blosii Abbatis, Jacobi Merli Horstii, et aliorum. Accedunt Officium parvum SS. Nominis Jesu, simul et diversi Hymni et sequentiæ in totâ Ecclesiâ recitari solitæ. Cloth, antique, red edges, 24mo. 3s. 6d.
**All the above Office Books (with few exceptions) are printed in red and black type by Hanicq, of Malines, and can be supplied at the prices affixed-reckoning shillings for francs.
N.B.-Many of the above are kept bound in morocco, gilt edges, or other suitable binding, at very moderate prices.'
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