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Title: Chatto & Windus's List of Books, July 1878
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  _July, 1878._



  +List of Books.+





“_I say we have despised literature; what do we, as a nation, care about
books? How much do you think we spend altogether on our libraries,
public or private, as compared with what we spend on our horses? If a
man spends lavishly on his library, you call him mad--a bibliomaniac.
But you never call one a horse-maniac, though men ruin themselves every
day by their horses, and you do not hear of people ruining themselves by
their books. Or, to go lower still, how much do you think the contents
of the book-shelves of the United Kingdom, public and private, would
fetch, as compared with the contents of its wine-cellars? What position
would its expenditure on literature take as compared with its
expenditure on luxurious eating? We talk of food for the mind, as of
food for the body: now, a good book contains such food inexhaustible: it
is provision for life, and for the best part of us; yet how long most
people would look at the best book before they would give the price of a
large turbot for it! Though there have been men who have pinched their
stomachs and bared their backs to buy a book, whose libraries were
cheaper to them, I think, in the end, than most men’s dinners are. We
are few of us put to such a trial, and more the pity; for, indeed, a
precious thing is all the more precious to us if it has been won by work
or economy; and if public libraries were half as costly as public
dinners, or books cost the tenth part of what bracelets do, even foolish
men and women might sometimes suspect there was good in reading as well
as in munching and sparkling; whereas the very cheapness of literature
is making even wiser people forget that if a book is worth reading it is




_List of Books_.

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Square 8vo, cloth, extra gilt, gilt edges, with Coloured Frontispiece
and numerous Illustrations, 10_s._ 6_d._

_The Art of Beauty._

    By Mrs. H. R. HAWEIS, Author of “Chaucer for Children.” With
    nearly One Hundred Illustrations by the Author.

“_A most interesting book, full of valuable hints and suggestions.... If
young ladies would but lend their ears for a little to Mrs. Haweis, we
are quite sure that it would result in their being at once more
tasteful, more happy, and more healthy than they now often are, with
their false hair, high heels, tight corsets, and ever so much else of
the same sort._”--NONCONFORMIST.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 4to, containing 24 Plates beautifully printed in Colours, with
descriptive Text, cloth extra, gilt, 6_s._; illustrated boards, 3_s._

_Æsop’s Fables._

    Translated into Human Nature. By C. H. BENNETT.

“_For fun and frolic the new version of Æsop’s Fables must bear away the
palm. There are plenty of grown-up children who like to be amused; and
if this new version of old stories does not amuse them they must be very
dull indeed, and their situation one much to be commiserated._”--MORNING

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, with 639 Illustrations, 7_s._ 6_d._, a New
Edition (uniform with “The Englishman’s House”) of

_A Handbook of Architectural Styles_.

    Translated from the German of A. ROSENGARTEN by W.
    COLLETT-SANDARS. With 639 Illustrations.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, Coloured Frontispiece and Illustrations, cloth gilt, 7_s._

_A History of Advertising_,

    From the Earliest Times. Illustrated by Anecdotes, Curious
    Specimens, and Biographical Notes of Successful Advertisers. By

“_We have here a book to be thankful for. We recommend the present
volume, which takes us through antiquity, the middle ages, and the
present time, illustrating all in turn by advertisements--serious,
comic, roguish, or downright rascally. The volume is full of
entertainment from the first page to the last._”--ATHENÆUM.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, with Portrait and Facsimile, cloth extra, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Artemus Ward’s Works_:

    The Works of CHARLES FARRER BROWNE, better known as ARTEMUS
    WARD. With Portrait, facsimile of Handwriting, &c.

“_The author combines the powers of Thackeray with those of Albert
Smith. The salt is rubbed in with a native hand--one which has the gift
of tickling._”--SATURDAY REVIEW.

       *       *       *       *       *

Small 4to, green and gold, 6_s._ 6_d._; gilt edges, 7_s._ 6_d._

_As Pretty as Seven_,

    and other Popular German Stories. Collected by LUDWIG BECHSTEIN.
    With Additional Tales by the Brothers GRIMM, and 100
    Illustrations by _Richter_.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 7_s._ 6_d._

_A Handbook of London Bankers_;

    With some Account of their Predecessors, the Early Goldsmiths;
    together with Lists of Bankers, from 1677 to 1876. By F. G.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 9_s._

_Bardsley’s Our English Surnames_:

    Their Sources and Significations. By CHARLES WAREING BARDSLEY,
    M.A. Second Edition, revised throughout, considerably enlarged,
    and partially rewritten.

“_Mr. Bardsley has faithfully consulted the original mediæval documents
and works from which the origin and development of surnames can alone be
satisfactorily traced. He has furnished a valuable contribution to the
literature of surnames, and we hope to hear more of him in this

       *       *       *       *       *

Demy 8vo, cloth extra, with Illustrations, 18_s._

_Baker’s Clouds in the East_:

    Travels and Adventures on the Perso-Turkoman Frontier. By
    VALENTINE BAKER. With Maps and Illustrations, coloured and
    plain, from Original Sketches. Second Edition, revised and

“_A man who not only thinks for himself, but who has risked his life in
order to gain information.... A most graphic and lively narrative of
travels and adventures which have nothing of the commonplace about

       *       *       *       *       *

Demy 8vo, illustrated, uniform in size for binding.

_Henry Blackburn’s Art Handbooks_:

_Academy Notes_, 1875.

    With Forty Illustrations. 1_s._

_Academy Notes_, 1876.

    With One Hundred and Seven Illustrations. 1_s._

_Academy Notes_, 1877.

    With One Hundred and Forty-three Illustrations. 1_s._

_Academy Notes_, 1878.

    With One Hundred and Fifty Illustrations. 1_s._

_Grosvenor Notes_, 1878.

    With Sixty-eight Illustrations, 1_s._ [_See end of this list._]

_Dudley Notes_, 1878.

    (The Water-colour Exhibition.) With Sixty-four Illusts., 1_s._

_Pictures at South Kensington._

    (The Raphael Cartoons, Sheepshanks Collection, &c.) With Seventy
    Illustrations. 1_s._

_The English Pictures at the National Gallery._ With One Hundred and
Fourteen Illustrations. 1_s._

    _The Old Masters at the National Gallery._ With One Hundred and
    Thirty Illustrations. 1_s._ 6_d._

⁂ The two last form a complete Catalogue to the National Gallery, and
may be had bound in one volume, cloth, 3_s._

_Other parts in preparation._

“_Our Bank of Elegance notes are not in high credit. But our Bank of
Arts notes ought to be, when the bank is_ HENRY BLACKBURN’S & CO., _and
the notes are his Grosvenor Gallery Notes, and his Academy Notes for
1878. Never were more unmistakable cases of “value received,” than
theirs who purchase these two wonderful shillingsworths--the best aids
to memory, for the collections they relate to, that have ever been
produced. The Illustrations, excellent records of the pictures, in many
cases from sketches by the painters, are full of spirit, and, for their
scale, wonderfully effective; the remarks terse, and to the point. After
Punch’s Own Guide to the Academy, and the Grosvenor, the best, he has no
hesitation in saying, are Mr. Blackburn’s._”--PUNCH, June 7, 1878.


_The Royal Scottish Academy Notes_, 1878.

    Containing One Hundred and Seventeen Illustrations of the Chief
    Works, from Drawings by the Artists. Edited by GEORGE R.
    HALKETT. 1_s._

_Notes to the Seventeenth Exhibition of the Glasgow Institute of the
Fine Arts_,

    1878. Containing 95 Illustrations, chiefly from Drawings by the
    Artists. Edited by GEORGE R. HALKETT. 1_s._

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Folio, half-bound boards, India proofs, 21_s._

_Blake (William)._

    Etchings from his Works. By WILLIAM BELL SCOTT. With descriptive

“_The best side of Blake’s work is given here, and makes a really
attractive volume, which all can enjoy.... The etching is of the best
kind, more refined and delicate than the original work._”--SATURDAY

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with Illustrations, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Boccaccio’s Decameron_;

    or, Ten Days’ Entertainment. Translated into English, with an
    Introduction by THOMAS WRIGHT, Esq., M.A., F.S.A. With Portrait,
    and STOTHARD’S beautiful Copperplates.

       *       *       *       *       *

Price One Shilling Monthly, with Four Illustrations.

_Belgravia Magazine._

_That the purpose with which “BELGRAVIA” was originated has been
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the most refined and cultivated section of London society with
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consequence as the most important of aids in the establishment of morals
and the formation of character, fiction still remains a principal
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and treated with a light touch; Poetry, of the highest character; and
records of Adventure and Travel, form the remaining portion of the
contents. Especial care is now bestowed upon the illustrations, of which
no fewer than four appear in each number. Beyond the design of
illustrating the article they accompany, these aim at maintaining a
position as works of art, both as regards drawing and engraving. In
short, whatever claims the Magazine before possessed to favour have now
been enhanced, and the Publishers can but leave the result to a public
that has seldom failed to appreciate all earnest, persistent, and
well-directed efforts for its amusement and benefit._

⁂ _The THIRTY-FIFTH Volume of BELGRAVIA, elegantly bound in crimson
cloth, full gilt side and back, gilt edges, price_ 7_s._ 6_d._, _is now
ready.--Handsome Cases for binding the volume can be had at 2s. each._

       *       *       *       *       *

THIRD EDITION, crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 6_s._

_Boudoir Ballads_:

    Vers de Société. By J. ASHBY-STERRY.

       *       *       *       *       *

Imperial 4to, cloth extra, gilt and gilt edges, price 21_s._ per volume.

_Beautiful Pictures by British Artists_:

    A Gathering of Favourites from our Picture Galleries. In 2

    The FIRST SERIES including Examples by WILKIE, CONSTABLE,

    The SECOND SERIES containing Pictures by ARMYTAGE, FAED,
    WARD, and WARREN.

    All engraved on Steel in the highest style of Art. Edited, with
    Notices of the Artists, by SYDNEY ARMYTAGE, M.A.

“_This book is well got up, and good engravings by Jeens, Lumb Stocks,
and others, bring back to us pictures of Royal Academy Exhibitions of
past years._”--TIMES.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, with Photographic Portrait, cloth extra, 9_s._

_Blanchard’s (Laman) Poems._

    Now first Collected. Edited, with a Life of the Author by

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Bret Hart’s Select Works_,

    in Prose and Poetry. With Introductory Essay by J. M. BELLOW,
    Portrait of the Author, and 50 Illustrations.

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Outcasts of Poker Flat,’ and another), in which he had found such subtle
strokes of character as he had not anywhere else in late years
discovered; the manner resembling himself, but the matter fresh to a
degree that had surprised him; the painting in all respects masterly,
and the wild rude thing painted a quite wonderful reality. I have rarely
known him more honestly moved._”--FORSTER’S LIFE OF DICKENS.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Brand’s Observations on Popular Antiquities_,

    chiefly Illustrating the Origin of our Vulgar Customs,
    Ceremonies, and Superstitions. With the Additions of Sir HENRY
    ELLIS. An entirely New and Revised Edition, with fine full-page

       *       *       *       *       *

Small crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with full-page Portraits, 4_s._

_Brewster’s (Sir David) Martyrs of Science._

       *       *       *       *       *

Small crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with Astronomical Plates, 4_s._

_Brewster’s (Sir David) More Worlds than One_,

    the Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian.

       *       *       *       *       *

Small crown 8vo, cloth extra, 6_s._

_Brillat-Savarin’s Gastronomy as a Fine Art_;

    or, The Science of Good Living. A Translation of the
    “Physiologie du Goût” of BRILLAT-SAVARIN, with an Introduction
    and Explanatory Notes by R. E. ANDERSON, M.A.

“_We have read it with rare enjoyment, just as we have delightedly read
and re-read quaint old Izaak. Mr. Anderson has done his work of
translation daintily, with true appreciation of the points in his
original; and altogether, though late, we cannot but believe that this
book will be welcomed and much read by many._”--NONCONFORMIST.

       *       *       *       *       *

Demy 8vo, profusely Illustrated in Colours, price 30_s._

_The British Flora Medica_:

    A History of the Medicinal Plants of Great Britain. Illustrated
    by a Figure of each Plant, COLOURED BY HAND. By BENJAMIN H.
    BARTON, F.L.S., and THOMAS CASTLE, M.D., F.R.S. A New Edition,
    revised, condensed, and partly re-written, by JOHN R. JACKSON,
    A.L.S., Curator of the Museums of Economic Botany, Royal
    Gardens, Kew.

       *       *       *       *       *

THE STOTHARD BUNYAN.--Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress._

    Edited by Rev. T. SCOTT. With 17 beautiful Steel Plates by
    STOTHARD, engraved by GOODALL; and numerous Woodcuts.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with Illustrations, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Byron’s Letters and Journals._

    With Notices of his Life. By THOMAS MOORE. A Reprint of the
    Original Edition, newly revised, Complete in One thick Volume,
    with Twelve full-page Plates.

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or ostentation. It would be difficult to name a book which exhibits more
kindness, fairness, and modesty._”--MACAULAY, in the EDINBURGH REVIEW.

       *       *       *       *       *

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Colman’s Humorous Works_:

    “Broad Grins,” “My Nightgown and Slippers,” and other Humorous
    Works, Prose and Poetical, of GEORGE COLMAN. With Life by G. B.
    BUCKSTONE, and Frontispiece by HOGARTH.

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Demy 4to, cloth extra, gilt edges. 31_s._ 6_d._

    _Canova’s Works in Sculpture and Modelling._ 150 Plates,
    exquisitely engraved in Outline by MOSES, and printed on an
    India tint. With Descriptions by the Countess ALBRIZZI, a
    Biographical Memoir by CICOGNARA, and Portrait by WORTHINGTON.

“_The fertility of this master’s resources is amazing, and the manual
labour expended on his works would have worn out many an ordinary
workman. The outline engravings are finely executed. The descriptive
notes are discriminating, and in the main exact._”--SPECTATOR.

       *       *       *       *       *


Oblong 4to, half-bound boards, 21_s._

_Canters in Crampshire._

    By G. BOWERS. I. Gallops from Gorseborough. II. Scrambles with
    Scratch Packs. III. Studies with Stag Hounds.

“_The fruit of the observation of an artist who has an eye for
character, a sense of humour, and a firm and ready hand in delineating
characteristic details.... Altogether, this is a very pleasant volume
for the tables of country gentlemen, or of those town gentlemen who,
like Mr. Black’s hero and heroine, divide their time between “Green
Pastures and Piccadilly._”--DAILY NEWS.

“_An amusing volume of sketches and adventures in the hunting-field,
drawn with great spirit, a keen sense of humour and fun, and no lack of

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Two Vols. imperial 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, the Plates beautifully
printed in Colours, £3 3_s._

_Catlin’s Illustrations of the Manners,

    Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians_: the
    result of Eight Years of Travel and Adventure among the Wildest
    and most Remarkable Tribes now existing. Containing 360 Coloured
    Engravings from the Author’s original Paintings.

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Small 4to, cloth gilt, with Coloured Illustrations, 10_s._ 6_d._

_Chaucer for Children_:

    A Golden Key. By Mrs. H. R. HAWEIS. With Eight Coloured Pictures
    and numerous Woodcuts by the Author.

“_It must not only take a high place among the Christmas and New Year
books of this season, but is also of permanent value as an introduction
to the study of Chaucer, whose works, in selections of some kind or
other, are now text-books in every school that aspires to give sound
instruction in English._”--ACADEMY.

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Crown 8vo, cloth gilt, Two very thick Volumes, 7_s._ 6_d._ each.

_Cruikshank’s Comic Almanack._

    Complete in TWO SERIES: The FIRST from 1835 to 1843; the SECOND
    from 1844 to 1853. A Gathering of the BEST HUMOUR of THACKERAY,
    2000 Woodcuts and Steel Engravings by CRUIKSHANK, HINE,
    LANDELLS, &c.

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Demy 8vo, cloth extra, with Coloured Illustrations and Maps, 24_s._

_Cope’s History of the Rifle Brigade_

    (The Prince Consort’s Own), formerly the 95th. By Sir WILLIAM H.
    COPE, formerly Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade.

“_This latest contribution to the history of the British army is a work
of the most varied information regarding the distinguished regiment
whose life it narrates, and also of facts interesting to the student in
military affairs.... Great credit is due to Sir W. Cope for the patience
and labour, extending over many years, which he has given to the
work.... In many cases well-executed plans of actions are
given._”--MORNING POST.

“_Even a bare record of a corps which has so often been under fire, and
has borne a part in important engagements all over the world, could not
prove otherwise than full of matter acceptable to the military

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Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with Portraits, 7_s._ 6_d._

_Creasy’s Memoirs of Eminent Etonians_;

    with Notices of the Early History of Eton College. By Sir EDWARD
    CREASY, Author of “The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World.” A
    New Edition, brought down to the Present Time, with 13

“_A new edition of ‘Creasy’s Etonians’ will be welcome. The book was a
favourite a quarter of a century ago, and it has maintained its
reputation. The value of this new edition is enhanced by the fact that
Sir Edward Creasy has added to it several memoirs of Etonians who have
died since the first edition appeared. The work is eminently

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To be Completed in Twenty-four Parts, quarto, at 5_s._ each, profusely
illustrated by Coloured and Plain Plates and Wood Engravings,

_Cyclopædia of Costume_;

    or, A Dictionary of Dress--Regal, Ecclesiastical, Civil, and
    Military--from the Earliest Period in England to the reign of
    George the Third. Including Notices of Contemporaneous Fashions
    on the Continent, and a General History of the Costumes of the
    Principal Countries of Europe. By J. R. PLANCHÉ, Somerset
    Herald. Part XXI. nearly ready.

“_A most readable and interesting work--and it can scarcely be consulted
in vain, whether the reader is in search for information as to military,
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chromo-lithographs, and most of the woodcut illustrations--the latter
amounting to several thousands--are very elaborately executed; and the
work forms a livre de luxe which renders it equally suited to the
library and the ladies’ drawing-room._”--TIMES.

⁂ _The DICTIONARY forms Vol. I., which may now be had bound in half red
morocco, price_ £3 13_s._ 6_d._ _Cases for binding_ 5_s._ _each_.

_The remaining Parts will be occupied by the GENERAL HISTORY OF THE
COSTUMES OF EUROPE, arranged Chronologically._

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Demy 8vo, half-bound morocco, 21_s._

_Dibdin’s Bibliomania_;

    or, Book-Madness: A Bibliographical Romance. With numerous
    Illustrations. A New Edition, with a Supplement, including a Key
    to the Assumed Characters in the Drama.

       *       *       *       *       *

Parts I. to XII. now ready, 21_s._ each.

_Cussans’ History of Hertfordshire._

    By JOHN E. CUSSANS. Illustrated with full-page Plates on Copper
    and Stone, and a profusion of small Woodcuts.

“_Mr. Cussans has, from sources not accessible to Clutterbuck, made most
valuable additions to the manorial history of the county from the
earliest period downwards, cleared up many doubtful points, and given
original details concerning various subjects untouched or imperfectly
treated by that writer. The pedigrees seem to have been constructed with
great care, and are a valuable addition to the genealogical history of
the county. Mr. Cussans appears to have done his work conscientiously,
and to have spared neither time, labour, nor expense to render his
volumes worthy of ranking in the highest class of County

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Demy 8vo, cloth extra, 12_s._ 6_d._

_Doran’s Memories of our Great Towns._

    With Anecdotic Gleanings concerning their Worthies and their
    Oddities. By Dr. JOHN DORAN, F.S.A.

“_Lively and conversational; ‘brimful,’ as the introductory notice in
the volume describes them, ‘of pleasant chatty interest and antiquarian
lore.’... The volume will be found useful to ordinary visitors to the
towns included within its range.... Many of the anecdotes contained in
this pleasant collection have not, so far as we know, been published
elsewhere._”--SATURDAY REVIEW.

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SECOND EDITION, demy 8vo, cloth gilt, with Illustrations, 18_s._

_Dunraven’s The Great Divide_:

    A Narrative of Travels in the Upper Yellowstone in the Summer of
    1874. By the EARL of DUNRAVEN. With Maps and numerous striking
    full-page Illustrations by VALENTINE W. BROMLEY.

“_There has not for a long time appeared a better book of travel than
Lord Dunraven’s ‘The Great Divide.’... The book is full of clever
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Demy 8vo, cloth extra, with Illustrations, 24_s._

_Dodge’s (Colonel) The Hunting Grounds of the Great West_:

    A Description of the Plains, Game, and Indians of the Great
    North American Desert. By RICHARD IRVING DODGE,
    Lieutenant-Colonel of the United States Army. With an
    Introduction by WILLIAM BLACKMORE; Map, and numerous
    Illustrations drawn by ERNEST GRISET.

“_This magnificent volume is one of the most able and most interesting
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is equal to that of any similar book. Colonel Dodge has chosen a subject
of which he is master, and treated it with a fulness that leaves nothing
more to be desired, and in a style which is charming equally for its
picturesqueness and its purity._”--NONCONFORMIST.

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Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, with Illustrations, 6_s._

_Emanuel On Diamonds and Precious Stones_:

    their History, Value, and Properties; with Simple Tests for
    ascertaining their Reality. By HARRY EMANUEL, F.R.G.S. With
    numerous Illustrations, Tinted and Plain.

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Crown 8vo, cloth extra, with Illustrations, 7_s._ 6_d._

_The Englishman’s House_:

    A Practical Guide to all interested in Selecting or Building a
    House, with full Estimates of Cost, Quantities, &c. By C. J.
    RICHARDSON. Third Edition. With nearly 600 Illustrations.

⁂ _This book is intended to supply a long-felt want, viz., a plain,
non-technical account of every style of house, with the cost and manner
of building; it gives every variety, from a workman’s cottage to a
nobleman’s palace._

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Crown 8vo, cloth boards, 6_s._ per Volume; a few Large Paper copies
(only 50 printed), at 12_s._ per Vol.

_Early English Poets._

    Edited, with Introductions and Annotations, by Rev. A. B.

“_Mr. Grosart has spent the most laborious and the most enthusiastic
care on the perfect restoration and preservation of the text; and it is
very unlikely that any other edition of the poet can ever be called
for.... From Mr. Grosart we always expect and always receive the final
results of most patient and competent scholarship._”--EXAMINER.

1. _Fletcher’s (Giles, B.D.) Complete Poems_:

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[Transcriber’s Note:

Obvious printer errors corrected silently.

Inconsistent spelling and hyphenation are as in the original.]

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