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BOHN'S STANDARD LIBRARY.
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1 THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS AND REMAINS OF THE REV. ROBERT HALL, with Memoir by DR. GREGORY, and Essay by JOHN FOSTER. Portrait.
2 & 3. ROSCOE'S LIFE AND PONTIFICATE OF LEO X., Edited by his Son, with the Copyright Notes, Documents, &c. In 2 Vols. Portraits.
4. SCHLEGEL'S LECTURES ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY. Translated from the German, with a Memoir by J. B. ROBERTSON, Esq. Portrait.
5 & 6. SISMONDI'S HISTORY OF THE LITERATURE OF THE SOUTH OF
7. ROSCOE'S LIFE OF LORENZO DE MEDICI, with the Copyright Notes, &c.
9 & 11. BECKMANN'S HISTORY OF INVENTIONS, DISCOVERIES, AND ORIGINS. Fourth Edition, revised and enlarged. In 2 Vols. Portraits.
10. SCHILLER'S HISTORY OF THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR AND REVOLT OF THE NETHERLANDS. Translated by A. J. W. MORRISON. Portrait.
12. SCHILLER'S WORKS. Vol. II. [Conclusion of "The Revolt of the Netherlands;" "Wallenstein's Camp;" "The Piccolomini;" "The Death of Wallenstein;" and "Wilhelm Tell."] With Portrait of Wallenstein.
By his Widow:
13. MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF COLONEL HUTCHINSON
with an "Account of the Siege of Lathom House." Portrait.
14. MEMOIRS OF BENVENUTO CELLINI, by HIMSELF. By RoscoE. Portrait.
21, 26, & 33. LAMARTINE'S HISTORY OF THE GIRONDISTS; or, Memoirs of
27, 32, & 36. RANKE'S HISTORY OF THE POPES. Translated by E. FOSTER. In 3 Vols. Portraits. (The only complete English translation.)
**ATLAS, of 26 fine large Maps and Plans of Marlborough's Campaigns, (being all those published in the original edition at £12 12s.) 4to. 10s. od.
28, 30, & 34. COXE'S MEMOIRS OF THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. In C
3 Vols. Portraits.
29. SHERIDAN'S DRAMATIC WORKS AND LIFE. Portrait.
31. GOETHE'S WORKS. Vol. I. [His Autobiography. 13 Books.] Portrait.
27, 39, 40, 81, & 86. MILTON'S PROSE WORKS. In 5 Vols, with general Index
38, 41, & 45. MENZEL'S HISTORY OF GERMANY. Complete in 3 Vols. Portrait. 42. SCHLEGEL'S AESTHETIC AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS.
43. GOETHE'S WORKS. Vol. II. [Remainder of his Autobiography, and Travels.] 44. SCHILLER'S WORKS. Vol. IV. ["The Robbers," "Fiesko," "Love and Intrigue," and "The Ghost-Seer."] Translated by HENRY G. BOHN
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46. SCHLEGEL'S LECTURES ON MODERN HISTORY.
47. LAMARTINE'S HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION OF 1848. 48 & 50. JUNIUS'S LETTERS, with Notes, Additions, Essay, Index, &c. 2 Vols.
49, 55, 60, 65, 71. VASARI'S LIVES OF THE MOST CELEBRATED PAINTERS, SCULPTORS, AND ARCHITECTS. Translated by MRS. FOSTER, with Notes. Complete 5 Vols., with Index.
31. TAYLOR'S (JEREMY) HOLY LIVING AND DYING. Portrait.
52. GOETHE'S WORKS. Vol. III. ["Faust," "Iphigenia," "Torquato Tasso," and "Egmont." Translated by MISS SWANWICK. With "Goetz von Berlichingen," translated by SIR WALTER SCOTT.
53, 56, 58, 61, 66, 67, 75, & 82. NEANDER'S CHURCH HISTORY. Carefully revised by the REV. A. J. W. MORRISON. 8 Vols. See 136, 137.
54. NEANDER'S LIFE OF CHRIST.
57, 64. NEANDER'S PLANTING OF CHRISTIANITY, & ANTIGNOSTIKUS, 2 Vols.
59. GREGORY'S (DR.) LETTERS ON THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION.
82 & 63. JAMES' (G. P. R.) LOUIS XIV. Complete in 2 Vols. Portraits.
68 & 70. SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS' LITERARY WORKS, with Memoir, 2 Vols. Port. 69. ANDREW FULLER'S PRINCIPAL WORKS.
72. BUTLER'S ANALOGY OF RELIGION, AND SERMONS, with Notes, &c. Portrait.
73. MISS BREMER'S WORKS. Translated by MARY HOWITT. New Edition, revised. Vol. I. [The Neighbours," and other Tales.] Post 8vo. Portrait. 3s. 6d.
74. NEANDER'S MEMORIALS OF CHRISTIAN LIFE IN THE EARLY AND MIDDLE AGES (including his "Light in Dark Places"). Post 8vo. 3s. 6d.
76. MISS BREMER'S WORKS, by MARY HOWITT. Vol. II. "The President's
77 & 80. JOHN FOSTER'S LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE, edited by J. E. RYLAND. In 2 Volumes. Portrait.
78. BACON'S ESSAYS, APOPHTHEGMS, WISDOM OF THE ANCIENTS, NEW ATALANTIS, AND HENRY VII., with Dissertation and Notes. Portrait.
79. GUIZOT'S HISTORY OF REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT, translated from the French by A. R. SCOBLE. With Index.
83. MISS BREMER'S WORKS, by MARY HOWITT. Vol. III. "The Home, and Strife and Peace."
84. DE LOLME ON THE CONSTITUTION OF ENGLAND, or, Account of the English Government; edited, with Life and Notes, by JOHN MACGREGOR, M.P.
85. HISTORY OF THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA, from 1792 to the present time; in continuation of COXE. Portrait of the present Emperor.
87 & 88. FOSTER'S LECTURES, edited by J. E. RYLAND. 2 vols.
89. MISS BREMER'S WORKS, by MARY HOWITT, Vol IV. "A Diary: The Family; The Solitary; The Comforter; Axel and Anna; and a Letter about Suppers."
90. SMITH'S (ADAM) THEORY OF MORAL SENTIMENTS; and "Essay on the First Formation of Languages," with Memoir by DUGALD STEWART.
91, 95, 96, 99, 102, 103, 105, & 106. COWPER'S COMPLETE WORKS, Edited by SOUTHEY; comprising his Poems, Correspondence, and Translations, with Southey's Memoir. With 50 Engravings on Steel. Complete in 8 vols.
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92. DANUBIAN PROVINCES.-RANKE'S History of Servia, The Servian Revolution, The Insurrection in Bosnia, and The Slave Provinces of Turkey. Translated by MRS. KERR.
93. GOETHE'S ELECTIVE AFFINITIES, SORROWS OF WERTHER, GERMAN EMIGRANTS, GOOD WOMEN; and A NOUVELETTE.
94. THE CARAFAS OF MADDALONI: Naples under Spanish Dominion. lated from the German of ALFRED DE ROUMONT. Portrait of Masaniello. 97, 109, & 112. CONDE'S HISTORY OF THE ARABS IN SPAIN. Translated from the Spanish by MRS. FOSTER. In 3 vols. with copious Index. Frontispiece.. 96 & 104. LOCKE'S PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS, containing the Essay on the Human Understanding, the Conduct of the Understanding, &c., with Notes by J. A. ST. JOHN, Esq. General Index and a Portrait. In 2 Vols.
100. HUNGARY: ITS HISTORY AND REVOLUTIONS. With a Copious Memoir of KossUTH, from new and authentic sources. Portrait of Kossuth.
101 & 113. HISTORY OF RUSSIA to the present time, compiled from KARAMSIN, TOOKE, and SEGUR, by W. K. KELLY. In 2 vols. with Index, Portraits of Catherine the Second, Nicholas, and Mentschikopf.
107 & 108. JAMES'S (G. P. R.) LIFE OF RICHARD CŒUR DE LION, King of England. New Edition, with Portraits of Richard and Philip Augustus. Complete in 2 vols.
110 & 111. SM TH'S LECTURES ON MODERN HISTORY. New Edition, with the Author's last corrections, and a General Index. 2 vols. 114. GOETHE'S WILHELM MEISTER'S APPRENTICESHIP. Complete. 115. BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER, in a popular form, by LEIGH IIUNT.
116, 117. SMYTH'S LECTURES ON THE HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. New edition, with the Author's last corrections, an additional Lecture, and a General Index. Complete in two Vols.
118. MIGNETS HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, from 1789 to 1814. 119. GUIZOT'S HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION OF 1640. With a Preliminary Essay on its causes and success. Translated by WM. HAZLITT, 120, 121, & 122. GUIZOT'S HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION, from the Fall of the Roman Empire to the French Revolution. Translated by W. HAZLITT. In 3 vols. With Index, and Portraits of M. Guizot, Charlemagne, and Louis IX.
123 & 124. THIERRY'S HISTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF ENGLAND BY THE NORMANS. Translated by W. HAZLITT. In 2 vols. Portraits. 125 & 126. FOSTER'S CRITICAL ESSAYS, contributed to the Eclectic Review. Edited by J. E. RYLAND, M.A. In 2 vols.
127. LUTHER'S TABLE-TALK; with Life by A. CHALMERS. Portrait.
128, 129, 130 & 131. LAMARTINE'S HISTORY OF THE RESTORATION, 4 vols. post 8vo. new Edition, with a General Index, and 5 additional Portraits, viz., Lamartine, Talleyrand, Lafayette, Ney, and Louis XVII. Cloth.
132. CARREL'S COUNTER-REVOLUTION IN ENGLAND-FOX'S HISTORY OF JAMES II.-And LORD LONSDALE'S MEMOIR OF JAMES II. Portraits of Carrel and Fox.
133. STURM'S MORNING COMMUNINGS WITH GOD, or Devotional Meditations for Every Day in the Year.
134. FOSTERIANA: THOUGHTS, REFLECTIONS, and CRITICISMS of the late JOHN FOSTER (Author of Essays of Decision of Character, Popular Ignorance, &c.) selected from periodical papers not hitherto published in a collective form, and edited by HENRY G. BOHN. (Nearly 600 pages). 5s.
135. LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOHN LOCKE; with Extracts from his Letters and Common-Place Books, by LORD KING. New Edition, with general Index.
136 & 137. NEANDER'S CHURCH HISTORY, translated from the German. Vol. IX., which completes the work. With a general Index to the nine volumes. In twoparts, 3s. 6d. eacn.
138 & 139. NEANDER'S HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN DOGMAS, Translated from
the German, by J. E. RYLAND. Complete in 2 vols.