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E. Doubleday, Esq. F.L.S.; J. O. Westwood, Esq. ;

and W. C. Hewitson, Esq.

The Genera of Butterflies,

Or Diurnal Lepidoptera ; comprising their Generic Characters, a Notice of the Habits and Transformations, and a Catalogue of the Species of each Genus. By Edward Doubleday, Esq. F.L.S. &c. late Assistant in the Zoological Department of the British Museum. Continued by J. O. Westwood, Esq. Illustrated by W. C. Hewitson, Esq. Author of “British Oology."

Imperial 4to. uniform with Gray and Mitchell's “ Genera of Birds ;” with

coloured Plates, from Drawings by W. O. Hewitson, Esq.

In course of publication, in Monthly Parts, 5s. each. The publication, which had been suspended for a few months in consequence of the death of Mr. Doubleday, is now resumed, and will be continued regularly until the completion of the work. Parts I. to XXXVI. are now ready. Part XXXVII. will be published at the end of October.

27.

Jeremy Taylor.

Bishop Jeremy Taylor's entire Works :

With a Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Writings, by the Right Reverend Reginald Heber, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Calcutta. A New Edition, revised and corrected by the Rer. Charles

Page Eden, M.A. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. In 10 vols. · Vol. VIII. (the Seventh in order of publication), containing THE WORTHY COMMUNICANT; or, a Discourse of the Nature, Effects, and Blessings consequent to the Worthy Receiving of the Lord's Supper ; Aerds EuboAmaios, or Supplement of Sermons ; and a Collection of Offices or Forms of Prayer in Cases Ordinary and Extraordinary.

8vo.

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28.
The Rev. J. W. Colenso, M.A.

Elements of Plane Trigonometry,

designed for the Use of Schools. By the Rev. J. W. Colenso, M.A. Rector of Forncett St. Mary, Norfolk, and late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.

12mo.

29. William Thomas.

A New Set of Interest Tables,

From One to Three per Cent. per Annum, calculated by Eighths per
Cent. By William Thomas.

4to.

30.
A. De la Rive.

A Treatise on Electricity ; its Theory and

Practical Application. By A. De la Rive, of the Academy of Geneva.
Illustrated with numerous Wood Engravings.

2 vols. 8vo.

31.

New British Gazetteer.
A New and Complete British Gazetteer,

Or Topographical Dictionary of the UNITED KINGDOM ; containing
a Description of every Place, and the principal Objects of note, founded
upon the Ordnance Surveys, the best Local and other Authorities, and
the most recent Official Documents connected with Population, Con-
stituencies, Corporate and Ecclesiastical Affairs, Poor Laws, Education,
Charitable Trusts, Railways, Trade, &c. &c.

32.

Mr. Edward Hughes, F.R.G.S. A New School Atlas of Physical, Political,

and Commercial Geography. With Descriptive Letterpress. By Edward Hughes, F.R.G.S.; Assoc. Inst. C. E.; Head Master of the Royal Naval Lower School, Greenwich Hospital.

1 vol. medium 8vo.

33. Dr. L. Schmitz's School Abridgment of Bishop Thirlwall's

History of Greece. A History of Greece, for the use of Schools

and Young Persons, from the Earliest Time to the taking of Corinth by the Romans, B.C. 146 ; mainly based upon Bishop Thirlwall's History of Greece. By Dr. Leonard Schmitz, F.R.S.E., Rector of the High School of Edinburgh.

12mo.

[In October.

34.

Mr. Thomas Tate.
The Elements of Mechanism.

By Thomas Tate, of Kneller Training College, Twickenham; late
Mathematical Professor and Lecturer on Chemistry in the National
Society's Training College, Battersea ; Author of “Exercises on
Mechanics and Natural Philosophy," &c.

12mo. with numerous Woodcuts.

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35.

W. Phillips, H. G. Brooke, and W. H. Miller.

An Elementary Introduction to Mineralogy;

Comprising a Notice of the Characters, Properties, and Chemical Constitution of Minerals : with Accounts of the Places and Circumstances in which they are found. By William Phillips, F.L.S. M.G.S. &c. A New Edition, corrected, enlarged, and improved, by H. G. Brooke, F.R.S.; and W. H. Miller, M.A. F.R.S. Professor of Mineralogy in the University of Cambridge.

8vo. with numerous Wood Engravings.

36.

Dr. Copland.

A Dictionary of Practical Medicine,

Library of Pathology, and Digest of Medical Literature. By James
Copland, M.D. F.R.S. &c.

Part XV. (being Part VI. of Vol. III.) 8vo.

37.

Dr. Algernon Frampton. Thomas's Modern Practice of Physic:

Exhibiting the Character, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnostics, Morbid Appearances, and Improved Method of Treating Diseases of all Climates. By the late Dr. Robert Thomas. A New Edition, thoroughly revised, and brought up to the present day, by Algernon Frampton, M.D. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician to the London Hospital.

8vo.

38.
Dr. Pereira.

Elements of Materia Medica &Therapeutics;

Comprehending the Natural History, Preparation, Properties, Composition, Effects, and Uses of Medicines. By Jon. Pereira, M.D. F.R.S. Assistant-Physician to the London Hospital, &c. Third Edition, enlarged and improved, including Notices of most of the Medicinal Substances in use in the Civilised World, and forming an Ency

clopædia of Materia Medica. Vol. II. Part I. containing the Cryptogams, the Exogens or Monocotyledons, and the Gymnospermous, the Monochlamydous or Apetalous, and the Corollifloral Exogens. With numerous Woodcuts and One Engraving on Steel.

8vo. 178.

[Now ready. In the present edition, the author has enlarged, carefully corrected, and, he hopes, much improved this work. He has embodied all recent discoveries in natural history, chemistry, and medicine, which relate to the Materia Medica ; and has included notices of almost every medical substance in use in the civilised world : so that the present edition may be said to form an Encyclopædia of Materia Medica.

Part II., completing the 2nd and concluding Volume is also in the press, and will be forthwith published: it will contain the remainder of the Vegetable Materia Medica, the Animal Materia Medica, and the Historical and Bibliographical Table; with all the Additions, Corrections, and Alterations of the New Dublin and London Pharmacopeias, illustrated with numerous Woodcuts and One Steel Engraving.

The first Volume of the work, (price 25s.,) which has been almost entirely re-written, contains a new physiological classification of the articles composing the Materia Medica.

Great attention has also been paid to the historical and bibliographical department of the “ Materia Medica,” which has been enlarged and improved.

39.
Dr.J. B. Nevins.

A Translation of the New Edition of the

London Pharmacopoeia. By J. Birkbeck Nevins, M.D. Lond.

8vo. with Woodcuts and Diagrams. This work will comprise not only the London Pharmacopeia, but also those of Edinburgh and Dublin ; and will contain a full account of the Properties and Uses of the different articles in the Materia Medica, and also the Chemical Processes and Tests directed to be employed. It has been prepared with especial reference to the wants of Students preparing for examination by the Apothecaries' and Pharmaceutical Societies, and as a Work of Reference for persons already in practice.

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