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BOHN'S VARIOUS LIBRARIES.

Irving's (Washington) Life of Washington. Portrait. In 4 vols. 38. 6d. each. (Washington) Life and Letters. By his Nephew, PIERRE E. IRVING. In 2 vols. 3s. 6d. each.

For separate Works, see Cheap Series, p. 15.

Joyce's Introduction to the Arts and
Sciences. With Examination Questions.
3s. 6d.
Lawrence's Lectures on Compara-
tive Anatomy, Physiology, Zoology, and the
Natural History of Man. Illustrated. 58.
Lilly's Introduction to Astrology.
With numerous Emendations, by ZADKIEL.

58.

Miller's (Professor) History, Philosophically considered. In 4 vols. 3s. 6d. each.

Pepys' Diary and Correspondence.

Edited by Lord Braybrooke. With im-
portant Additions, including numerous
Letters. Illustrated with many Portraits.
In 4 vols.

Jesse's Memoirs of the Reign of the
Stuarts, including the Protectorate. With
General Index. Upwards of 40 Portraits.
In 3 vols.

Elementary

Chemistry.

Political (The) Cyclopædia. In 4

vols. 38. 6d. each.

Memoirs of Philip de Commines,

containing the Histories of Louis XI. and
Charles VIII., and of Charles the Bold,
Duke of Burgundy. To which is added,
The Scandalous Chronicle, or Secret

Parkes's
38. 6d.

III.

Bohn's Historical Library.

Also bound in 2 vols. with leather backs. 158.

Bass's Complete Greek and English

Lexicon to the New Testament.

2s. 6d.

Shakespeare's Works, with Life, by CHALMERS. In diamond type. 3s. 6d. or, with 40 Engravings. 5s.

UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY,
Evelyn's Diary and Correspondence.
Illustrated with numerous Portraits, &c.
In 4 vols.

New Testament (The) in Greek. Griesbach's Text, with the various readings of Mill and Scholz at foot of page, and

Uncle Tom's Cabin. With Introductory Remarks, by the Rev. J SHERMAN. Printed in a large clear type. Illustrations. 3s. 6d.

Wide, Wide World. By ELIZABETH WETHERALL. Illustrated with 10 highlyfinished Steel Engravings. 38. 6d.

5s. PER VOLUME.

Jesse's Memoirs of the Pretenders and their Adherents. 6 Portraits.

IV.

Bohn's Library of French Memoirs.

UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 3s. 6d. PER VOLUME.

Portraits.

History of Louis XI.
2 vols.

Nugent's

(Lord) Memorials of Hampden, his Party, and Times. 12 Portraits.

Strickland's (Agnes) Lives of the
Queens of England, from the Norman
Conquest. From official records and
authentic documents, private and public.
Revised Edition. In 6 vols.

V.

Bohn's School and College Series.

UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY.

Memoirs of the Duke of Sully, Prime
Minister to Henry the Great, Portraits.
In 4 vols.

In

Parallel References in the margin; also a
Critical Introduction and Chronological
Tables. Two fac-similes of Greek Manu-
scripts. (650 pages.) 3s. 6d. ; or with the
Lexicon. 5s.

VI.

Bohn's Philological and Philosophical Library. UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 5S. PER VOLUME (EXCEPTING THOSE MARKED OTHERWISE).

A CATALOGUE OF

Hegel's Lectures on the Philosophy
of History. Translated by J. SIBREE, M.A.
Herodotus, Turner's (Dawson W.)
Notes to. With Map, &c.

Wheeler's Analysis and
Summary of.

Kant's Critique of Pure Reason.
Translated by J. M. 1). MEIKLEJOHN.
Logic; or, the Science of Inference.
A Popular Manual. By J. DEVEY.
Lowndes' Bibliographer's Manual of
English Literature. New Edition, en-
larged, by H. G. BOHN. Parts I. to X. (A
to Z). 3s. 6d. each. Part XI. (the Ap-

VII.

Bohn's British Classics.

UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 3s. 6d. PER VOLUME.

In

Burke's Speeches on Warren Hast-
ings; and Letters. With Index.
2 vols. (forming vols. 7 and 8 of the
works).

Addison's Works. With the Notes

of Bishop HURD, much additional matter, and upwards of 100 Unpublished Letters. Edited by H. G. BOHN. Portrait and 8 Engravings on Steel. In 6 vols. Burke's Works. In 6 Volumes.

Vol. 1. Vindication of Natural Society,
On the Sublime and Beautiful, and
Political Miscellanies.

Vol. 2. French Revolution, &c.
Vol. 3. Appeal from the New to the

Old Whigs; the Catholic Claims, &c.
Vol. 4. On the Affairs of India, and

Charge against Warren Hastings.
Vol. 5. Conclusion of Charge against

Hastings; on a Regicide Peace, &c.
Vol. 6. Miscellaneous Speeches, &c.
With a General Index.

Eusebius'

With Notes.

pendix Volume). 5s. Or the 11 parts in 4 vols., half morocco, 21. 2s. Smith's (Archdeacon) Complete Collection of Synonyms and Antonyms. [In the Press. Tennemann's Manual of the History of Philosophy. Continued by J. R. MORELL. Thucydides, Wheeler's Analysis of. Wheeler's (M.A.) W. A., Dictionary of Names of Fictitious Persons and Places. [Just published. Wright's (T.) Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English. In 2 vols. 5s. each; or half-bound in 1 vol., fos. 6d.

Life. By PRIOR. New and

Philo Judæus, Works of; the con-
temporary of Josephus. Translated by
C. D. Yonge. In 4 vols.
Socrates' Ecclesiastical History, in
continuation of Eusebius. With the Notes
of Valesius.

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revised Edition. Portrait.

Defoe's Works. Edited by Sir WAL-
TER SCOTT. In 7 vols.

UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 5s. PER VOLUME.

Ecclesiastical History.

Sozomen's Ecclesiastical History,
from A.D. 324-440: and the Ecclesiastical
History of Philostorgius.
Theodoret and Evagrius. Ecclesias-
tical Histories, from A.D. 332 to A.D. 427;
and from A.D. 431 to A.D. 544.

Gibbon's Roman Empire. Complete

and Unabridged, with Notes; including, in addition to the Author's own, those of Guizot, Wenck, Niebuhr, Hugo, Neander, and other foreign scholars; and an elaborate Index. Edited by an English Churchman. In 7 vols.

VIII.

Bohn's Ecclesiastical Library.

BOHN'S VARIOUS LIBRARIES.

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Bohn's Antiquarian Library.

UNIFORM WITH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 58. PER VOLUME.

Bede's Ecclesiastical History, and
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
Boethius's Consolation of Philoso-
phy. In Anglo-Saxon, with the A. S.
Metres, and an English Translation, by
the Rev. S. Fox.

Brand's Popular Antiquities of England, Scotland, and Ireland. By Sir HENRY ELLIS. In 3 vols.

Browne's (Sir Thomas) Works.
Edited by SIMON WILKIN. In 3 vols.
Vol. 1. The Vulgar Errors.

Vol. 2. Religio Medici, and Garden of
Cyrus.

Vol. 3. Urn-Burial, Tracts, and Corre-
spondence.

Chronicles of the Crusaders. Richard of Devizes, Geoffrey de Vinsauf, Lord de Joinville.

Chronicles of the Tombs.

A Collection of Remarkable Epitaphs. By T. J. PETTIGREW, F.R.S., F.S.A.

Early Travels in Palestine. Willibald, Sawulf, Benjamin of Tudela, Mandeville, La Brocquiere, and Maundrell; all unabridged. Edited by THOMAS WRIGHT.

Ellis's Early English Metrical Romances. Revised by J. O. HALLIWELL. Florence of Worcester's Chronicle,

with the Two Continuations: comprising Annals of English History to the Reign of Edward I. Giraldus Cambrensis' Historical Works: Topography of Ireland; History of the Conquest of Ireland; Itinerary through Wales; and Description of Wales. With Index. Edited by THOS. WRIGHT. Handbook of Proverbs. Comprising

all Ray's English Proverbs, with additions; his Foreign Proverbs; and an Alphabetical Index.

Henry of Huntingdon's History of the English, from the Roman Invasion to Henry II.; with the Acts of King Stephen, &c.

Ingulph's Chronicle of the Abbey of
Croyland, with the Continuations by Peter
of Blois and other Writers. By H. T.
RILEY.

Keightley's Fairy Mythology. Frontispiece by Cruikshank.

Lamb's Dramatic Poets of the Time of Elizabeth; including his Selections from the Garrick Plays.

Lepsius's Letters from Egypt, Ethio-
pia, and the Peninsula of Sinai.
Mallet's Northern Antiquities. By
Bishop PERCY. With an Abstract of the
Eyrbiggia Saga, by Sir WALTER SCOTT.
Edited by J. A. BLACKWELL.

Marco Polo's Travels. The Trans-
lation of Marsden. Edited by THOMAS
WRIGHT.

Matthew Paris's Chronicle. In 5

vols.

FIRST SECTION: Roger of Wendover's
Flowers of English History, from the
Descent of the Saxons to A.D. 1235.
Translated by Dr. GILES. In 2 vols.
SECOND SECTION: From 1235 to 1273.
With Index to the entire Work. In
3 vols.

Matthew of Westminster's Flowers
of History, especially such as relate to the
affairs of Britain; to A.D. 1307. Translated
by C. D. YONGE. In 2 vols.
Ordericus Vitalis' Ecclesiastical His-
tory of England and Normandy. Trans-
lated with Notes, by T. FORESTER, M.A.
In 4 vols.

Pauli's (Dr. R.) Life of Alfred the
Great. Translated from the German.
Polyglot of Foreign Proverbs. With

English Translations, and a General Index,
bringing the whole into parallels, by H. G.
BOHN.

Roger De Hoveden's Annals of Eng

lish History; from A.D. 732 to A.D. 1201. Edited by H. T. RILEY. In 2 vols. Six Old English Chronicles, viz.:Asser's Life of Alfred, and the Chronicles of Ethelwerd, Gildas, Nennius, Geoffrey of Monmouth, and Richard of Cirencester.

William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England. Translated by SHARPE.

Yule-Tide Stories. A Collection of Scandinavian Tales and Traditions. Edited by B. THORPE,

A CATALOGUE OF

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Bohn's Illustrated Library.

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Allen's Battles of the British Navy.

Revised and enlarged. Numerous fine Portraits. In 2 vols.

Andersen's Danish Legends and Fairy Tales. With many Tales not in any other edition. Translated by CAROLINE PEACHEY. 120 Wood Engravings. Ariosto's Orlando Furioso. In English Verse. By W. S. ROSE. Twelve fine Engravings. In 2 vols. Bechstein's Cage and Chamber Birds. Including Sweet's Warblers. Enlarged edition. Numerous plates.

*All other editions are abridged. With the plates coloured. 7s. 6d. Bonomi's Nineveh and its Palaces. New Edition, revised and considerably enlarged, both in matter and Plates, including a Full Account of the Assyrian Sculptures recently added to the National Collection. Upwards of 300 Engravings. Butler's Hudibras. With Variorum

Notes, a Biography, and a General Index. Edited by HENRY G. BOHN. Thirty beautiful Illustrations.

; or, further illustrated with 62 Outline Portraits. In 2 vols. 10s.

Cattermole's Evenings at Haddon

Hall. 24 exquisite Engravings on Steel, from designs by himself, the Letterpress by the BARONESS DE CARABELLA. China, Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical, with some Account of Ava and the Burmese, Siam, and Anam. Nearly 100 Illustrations.

Craik's (G. L.) Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties, illustrated by Anecdotes and Memoirs. Revised Edition. With numerous Portraits.

[Just Published. Cruikshank's Three Courses and a Dessert. A Series of Tales, with 50 humorous Illustrations by Cruikshank. Dante. Translated by I. C. WRIGHT,

M.A. New Edition, carefully revised. Portrait and 34 Illustrations on Steel, after Flaxman.

Didron's History of Christian Art; or, Christian Iconography. From the French. Upwards of 150 beautiful outline Engravings. Vol. I. (Mons. Didron has not yet written the second volume.)

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Flaxman's Lectures on Sculpture.

Numerous Illustrations. 6s.

Gil Blas, The Adventures of. 24: Engravings on Steel, after Smirke, and 10 Etchings by George Cruikshank. (612 pages.) 68.

Grimm's Gammer Grethel; or, German Fairy Tales and Popular Stories. Translated by EDGAR TAYLOR. Numerous Woodcuts by Cruikshank. 3s. 6d. Holbein's Dance of Death, and Bible Cuts. Upwards of 150 subjects, beautifully engraved in fac-simile, with Introduction and Descriptions by the late FRANCIS DOUCE and Dr. T. F. DIBDIN. 2 vols. in 1. 7s. 6d.

Howitt's (Mary) Pictorial Calendar of the Seasons. Embodying the whole of Aiken's Calendar of Nature. Upwards of 100 Engravings.

(Mary and William) Stories of English and Foreign Life. Twenty beautiful Engravings. Hunt's (Leigh) Book for a Corner.

Eighty extremely beautiful Engravings. India, Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical, from the Earliest Times to the Present. Upwards of 100 fine Engravings on Wood, and a Map. Jesse's Anecdotes of Dogs. New Edition, with large additions. Numerous fine Woodcuts after Harvey, Bewick, and others.

; or, with the addition of 34 highly-finished Steel Engravings after Cooper, Landseer, &c. 7s. 6d. Kitto's Scripture Lands and Biblical Atlas. 24 Maps, beautifully engraved on Steel, with a Consulting Index.

·; or, with the maps coloured, 7s. 6d. Krummacher's Parables. Translated from the German. Forty Illustrations by Clayton, engraved by Dalziel. Lindsay's (Lord) Letters on Egypt, Edom, and the Holy Land. New Edition, enlarged. Thirty-six beautiful Engravings, and 2 Maps.

Lodge's Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain, with Memoirs. Two Hundred and Forty Portraits, beau tifully engraved on Steel. 8 vols.

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INCLUDING

LETTERS BY THE SAME WRITER
UNDER OTHER SIGNATURES;

TO WHICH ARE ADDED

HIS CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE WITH MR. WILKES,
AND HIS PRIVATE LETTERS TO MR. H. S. WOODFALL;

A New and Enlarged Edition

WITH NEW EVIDENCE AS TO THE AUTHORSHIP,
AND EXTRACTS FROM AN ANALYSIS BY SIR HARRIS NICOLAS

BY

JOHN WADE,

AUTHOR OF "A CHRONOLOGY OF BRITISH HISTORY
"THE CABINET LAWYER," ETC.

VOL. II.

CONTAINING THE PRIVATE AND MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS,
AND A NEW ESSAY ON THE AUTHORSHIP.

LONDON:

BELL & DALDY, 6 YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN,
AND 186 FLEET STREET.

1865.

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