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Title: A Classified Catalogue of Henry S. King & Co.'s Publications, November, 1873
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                                                          NOVEMBER, 1873.

A CLASSIFIED CATALOGUE OF HENRY S. KING & CO.’S PUBLICATIONS.



CONTENTS.


                                                   PAGE

    HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY                             1

    VOYAGES AND TRAVEL                                5

    SCIENCE                                           7

    ESSAYS, LECTURES, AND COLLECTED PAPERS           12

    MILITARY WORKS                                   15

    INDIA AND THE EAST                               19

    BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG, &C.                         21

    POETRY                                           24

    FICTION                                          26

    THEOLOGICAL                                      31

    CORNHILL LIBRARY OF FICTION                      36



_HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY._

=THE NORMAN PEOPLE=, AND THEIR EXISTING DESCENDANTS IN THE BRITISH
DOMINIONS AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. One handsome vol. 8vo. Price
21s. [_In the Press._

    This work is the result of many years of research into the
    history of the Norman race in England. It is generally supposed
    to have become extinct; but careful study has shown that it
    exists and forms a large part of the English people. In the
    course of the work the early history of the whole aristocracy
    is revised, reconstructed, and very many thousands of families
    are shown to be Norman which have never before been accounted
    for.

=A MEMOIR OF THE LATE REVEREND DR. ROWLAND WILLIAMS=, With selections
from his Note-books and Correspondence. Edited by =Mrs. Rowland
Williams=. With a Photographic Portrait. [_In the Press._

=THE RUSSIANS IN CENTRAL ASIA.= A Critical Examination, down to the
present time, of the Geography and History of Central Asia. By =Baron F.
Von Hellwald=, Member of the Geographical Societies of Paris, Geneva,
Vienna, &c., &c. Translated by =Lieut.-Col. Theodore Wirgman, LL.B.=,
late 6th Inniskilling Dragoons; formerly of the Austrian Service;
Translator into English verse of Schiller’s “Wallenstein’s Camp.”
[_Nearly ready._

=THE GOVERNMENT OF THE NATIONAL DEFENCE.= From the 30th June to the 31st
October, 1870. The Plain Statement of a Member. By =Mons. Jules Favre=. 1
vol. Demy 8vo. 10s. 6d.

=BOKHARA: ITS HISTORY AND CONQUEST.= By =Professor Arminius Vàmbèry=, of
the University of Pesth, Author of “Travels in Central Asia,” &c. Demy
8vo. Price 18s.

    “We conclude with a cordial recommendation of this valuable
    book. In the present work his moderation, scholarship, insight,
    and occasionally very impressive style, have raised him to the
    dignity of an historian”—_Saturday Review._

    “Almost every page abounds with composition of peculiar
    merit, as well as with an account of some thrilling event
    more exciting than any to be found in an ordinary work of
    fiction.”—_Morning Post._

=THE RELIGIOUS HISTORY OF IRELAND=: PRIMITIVE, PAPAL, AND PROTESTANT;
including the Evangelical Missions, Catholic Agitations, and Church
Progress of the last half century. By =James Godkin=, Author of “Ireland,
her Churches,” &c. 1 vol. 8vo. Price 12s.

    “For those who shun blue books, and yet desire some of the
    information they contain, these latter chapters on the
    statistics of the various religious denominations will be
    welcomed.”—_Evening Standard._

    “Mr. Godkin writes with evident honesty, and the topic on
    which he writes is one about which an honest book is greatly
    wanted.”—_Examiner._

=’ILÂM ĔN NÂS.= Historical Tales and Anecdotes of the Times of the Early
Khalifahs. Translated from the Arabic Originals. By =Mrs. Godfrey Clerk=,
Author of “The Antipodes and Round the World.” Crown 8vo. Price 7s.

    “But there is a high tone about them, a love of justice, of
    truth and integrity, a sense of honour and manliness, and a
    simple devotion to religious duty, which however mistaken
    according to our lights, is deserving of every respect. The
    translation is the work of a lady, and a very excellent and
    scholar-like translation it is, clearly and pleasantly written,
    and illustrated and explained by copious notes, indicating
    considerable learning and research.”—_Saturday Review._

    “Those who like stories full of the genuine colour and
    fragrance of the East, should by all means read Mrs. Godfrey
    Clerk’s volume.”—_Spectator._

    “As full of valuable information as it is of amusing
    incident.”—_Evening Standard._

=ECHOES OF A FAMOUS YEAR.= By =Harriet Parr=, Author of “The Life of
Jeanne d’Arc,” “In the Silver Age,” &c. Crown 8vo. 8s. 6d.

    “A graceful and touching, as well as truthful account of the
    Franco-Prussian War. Those who are in the habit of reading
    books to children will find this at once instructive and
    delightful.”—_Public Opinion._

    “Miss Parr has the great gift of charming simplicity of style;
    and if children are not interested in her book, many of their
    seniors will be.”—_British Quarterly Review._

=ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE.= Correspondence and Conversations with NASSAU W.
SENIOR from 1833 to 1859. Edited by =Mrs. M. C. M. Simpson=. In 2 vols.,
large post 8vo. 21s.

    “Another of those interesting journals in which Mr. Senior has,
    as it were, crystallized the sayings of some of those many
    remarkable men with whom he came in contact.”—_Morning Post._

    “A book replete with knowledge and thought.”—_Quarterly Review._

    “An extremely interesting book.”—_Saturday Review._

=JOURNALS KEPT IN FRANCE AND ITALY.= From 1848 to 1852. With a Sketch of
the Revolution of 1848. By the late =Nassau William Senior=. Edited by
his Daughter, =M. C. M. Simpson=. In 2 vols., post 8vo. 24s.

    “The book has a genuine historical value.”—_Saturday Review._

    “The present volume gives us conversations with some
    of the most prominent men in the political history of
    France and Italy.... Mr. Senior has the art of inspiring
    all men with frankness, and of persuading them to put
    themselves unreservedly in his hands without fear of private
    circulation.”—_Athenæum._

    “No better, more honest, and more readable view of the state of
    political society during the existence of the second Republic
    could well be looked for.”—_Examiner._

=POLITICAL WOMEN.= By =Sutherland Menzies=. 2 vols. Post 8vo Price 24s.

    “Has all the information of history, with all the interest that
    attaches to biography.”—_Scotsman._

    “A graceful contribution to the lighter record of
    history.”—_English Churchman._

    “No author could have stated the case more temperately than
    he has done, and few could have placed before the reader so
    graphically the story which had to be told.”—_Leeds Mercury._

=SARA COLERIDGE, MEMOIR AND LETTERS OF.= Edited by her =Daughters=. 2
vols. Crown 8vo. With 2 Portraits. Price 24s. Second Edition, Revised and
Corrected.

    “We have read these two volumes with genuine
    gratification.”—_Hour._

    “We could have wished to give specimens of her very just,
    subtle, and concise criticisms on authors of every sort and
    time—poets, moralists, historians, and philosophers. Sara
    Coleridge, as she is revealed, or rather reveals herself, in
    the correspondence, makes a brilliant addition to a brilliant
    family reputation.”—_Saturday Review._

    “These charming volumes are attractive in two ways: first, as a
    memorial of a most amiable woman of high intellectual mark; and
    secondly, as rekindling recollections, and adding a little to
    our information regarding the life of Sara Coleridge’s father,
    the poet and philosopher.”—_Athenæum._

    “An acceptable record, and present an adequate image of a mind
    of singular beauty and no inconsiderable power.”—_Examiner._

=PHANTASMION.= A Fairy Romance. By =Sara Coleridge=. [_In preparation._

=LEONORA CHRISTINA, MEMOIRS OF=, Daughter of Christian IV. of Denmark:
Written during her Imprisonment in the Blue Tower of the Royal Palace
at Copenhagen, 1663-1685. Translated by =F. E. Bunnett=, Translator of
Grimm’s “Life of Michael Angelo,” &c. With an Autotype Portrait of the
Princess. Medium 8vo. 12s. 6d.

    “A valuable addition to history.”—_Daily News._

    “This remarkable autobiography, in which we gratefully
    recognize a valuable addition to the tragic romance of
    history.”—_Spectator._

=THE LATE REV. F. W. ROBERTSON, M.A., LIFE AND LETTERS OF.= Edited by
=Stopford Brooke, M.A.=, Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen. In 2 vols.,
uniform with the Sermons. Price 7s. 6d. Library Edition, in demy 8vo,
with Two Steel Portraits. 12s. A Popular Edition, in 1 vol. Price 6s.

=NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE, A MEMOIR OF=, with Stories now first published in
this country. By =H. A. Page=. Large post 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “The Memoir is followed by a criticism of Hawthorne as a
    writer; and the criticism is, on the whole, very well written,
    and exhibits a discriminating enthusiasm for one of the most
    fascinating of novelists.”—_Saturday Review._

    “Seldom has it been our lot to meet with a more
    appreciative delineation of character than this Memoir of
    Hawthorne.”—_Morning Post._

    “He has done full justice to the fine character of the author
    of ‘The Scarlet Letter.’”—_Standard._

    “A model of literary work of art.”—_Edinburgh Courant._

=LIVES OF ENGLISH POPULAR LEADERS.= No. 1.—STEPHEN LANGTON. By =C. Edmund
Maurice=. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “Mr. Maurice has written a very interesting book, which may be
    read with equal pleasure and profit.”—_Morning Post._

    “The volume contains many interesting details, including some
    important documents. It will amply repay those who read it,
    whether as a chapter of the constitutional history of England
    or as the life of a great Englishman.”—_Spectator._

=CABINET PORTRAITS.= BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF LIVING STATESMEN. By =T.
Wemyss Reid=. 1 vol. crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “We have never met with a work which we can more unreservedly
    praise. The sketches are absolutely impartial.”—_Athenæum._

    “We can heartily commend his work.”—_Standard._

    “The ‘Sketches of Statesmen’ are drawn with a master
    hand.”—_Yorkshire Post._



_VOYAGES AND TRAVEL._


=ROUGH NOTES OF A VISIT TO BELGIUM, SEDAN, AND PARIS=, In September,
1870-71. By =John Ashton=. Crown 8vo, bevelled boards. Price 3s. 6d.

    This little volume derives its chief interest from the accurate
    descriptions of the scenes visited during the recent struggle
    on the Continent.

=THE ALPS OF ARABIA=; or, Travels through Egypt, Sinai, Arabia, and the
Holy Land. By =William Charles Maughan=. 1 vol. Demy 8vo, with Map. Price
10s. 6d.

    A volume of simple “impressions de voyage”—but written in
    pleasant and interesting style.

=THE MISHMEE HILLS=: an Account of a Journey made in an Attempt to
Penetrate Tibet from Assam, to open New Routes for Commerce. By =T. T.
Cooper=, author of “The Travels of a Pioneer of Commerce.” Demy 8vo.
Illustrated.

=THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES=; THE ARTIST IN CUBA. By =Walter Goodman=.
Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “A good-sized volume, delightfully vivid and picturesque....
    Several chapters devoted to the characteristics of the people
    are exceedingly interesting and remarkable.... The whole book
    deserves the heartiest commendation ... sparkling and amusing
    from beginning to end. Reading it is like rambling about with
    a companion who is content to loiter, observing everything,
    commenting upon everything, turning everything into a picture,
    with a cheerful flow of spirits, full of fun, but far above
    frivolity.”—_Spectator._

    “He writes very lightly and pleasantly, and brightens his pages
    with a good deal of humour. His experiences were varied enough,
    and his book contains a series of vivid and miscellaneous
    sketches. We can recommend his whole volume as very amusing
    reading.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

=FIELD AND FOREST RAMBLES OF A NATURALIST IN NEW BRUNSWICK.= With Notes
and Observations on the Natural History of Eastern Canada. By =A. Leith
Adams, M.A.=, &c., Author of “Wanderings of a Naturalist in India,” &c.,
&c. In 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. 14s.

    “Will be found interesting by those who take a pleasure either
    in sport or natural history.”—_Athenæum._

    “The descriptions are clear and full of interest, while the
    book is prevented from degenerating into a mere scientific
    catalogue by many graphic sketches of the rambles.”—_John Bull._

    “To the naturalist the book will be most valuable.... To the
    general reader the book will prove most interesting, for the
    style is pleasant and chatty, and the information given is
    so graphic and full, that those who care nothing for natural
    history as a pursuit will yet read these descriptions with
    great interest.”—_Evening Standard._

    “Both sportsmen and naturalists will find this work replete
    with anecdote and carefully-recorded observation, which will
    entertain them.”—_Nature._

=TENT LIFE WITH ENGLISH GIPSIES IN NORWAY.= By =Hubert Smith=. In 8vo,
cloth. Five full-page Engravings, and 31 smaller Illustrations, with Map
of the Country showing Routes. Price 21s.

    “If any of our readers think of scraping an acquaintance
    with Norway, let them read this book. The gypsies, always an
    interesting study, become doubly interesting, when we are, as
    in these pages, introduced to them in their daily walk and
    conversation.”—_Examiner._

    “Written in a very lively style, and has throughout a smack of
    dry humour and satiric reflection which shows the writer to be
    a keen observer of men and things. We hope that many will read
    it and find in it the same amusement as ourselves.”—_Times._

=FAYOUM=; OR, ARTISTS IN EGYPT. A Tour with M. Gérôme and others. By =J.
Lenoir=. Crown 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. 7s. 6d.

    “A pleasantly written and very readable book.”—_Examiner._

    “The book is very amusing.... Whoever may take it up will find
    he has with him a bright and pleasant companion.”—_Spectator._

=SPITZBERGEN THE GATEWAY TO THE POLYNIA=; OR, A VOYAGE TO SPITZBERGEN. By
=Captain John C. Wells, R.N.= In 8vo, cloth. Profusely Illustrated. Price
21s.

    “Straightforward and clear in style, securing our confidence by
    its unaffected simplicity and good sense.”—_Saturday Review._

    “A charming book, remarkably well written and well
    illustrated.”—_Standard._

    “Blends pleasantly science with adventure, picturesque sketches
    of a summer cruise among the wild sports and fantastic
    scenery of Spitzbergen, with earnest advocacy of Arctic
    Exploration.”—_Graphic._

=AN AUTUMN TOUR IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.= By =Lieut.-Colonel
Julius George Medley=. Crown 8vo. Price 5s.

    “Colonel Medley’s little volume is a pleasantly written account
    of a two-months’ visit to America.”—_Hour._

    “May be recommended as manly, sensible, and pleasantly
    written.”—_Globe._

=THE NILE WITHOUT A DRAGOMAN.= By =Frederic Eden=. Second Edition. In one
vol. Crown 8vo, cloth. 7s. 6d.

    “Should any of our readers care to imitate Mr. Eden’s example,
    and wish to see things with their own eyes, and shift for
    themselves, next winter in Upper Egypt, they will find this
    book a very agreeable guide.”—_Times._

    “It is a book to read during an autumn holiday.”—_Spectator._

    “Gives, within moderate compass, a suggestive description of
    the charms, curiosities, dangers, and discomforts of the Nile
    voyage.”—_Saturday Review._

=ROUND THE WORLD IN 1870.= A Volume of Travels, with Maps. By =A. D.
Carlisle, B.A.=, Trin. Coll., Camb. Demy 8vo. 16s.

    “Makes one understand how going round the world is to be done
    in the quickest and pleasantest manner.”—_Spectator._

    “We can only commend, which we do very heartily, an eminently
    sensible and readable book.”—_British Quarterly Review._

=IRELAND IN 1872.= A Tour of Observation, with Remarks on Irish Public
Questions. By =Dr. James Macaulay=. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “A careful and instructive book. Full of facts, full of
    information, and full of interest.”—_Literary Churchman._

    “We have rarely met a book on Ireland which for impartiality
    of criticism and general accuracy of information could be so
    well recommended to the fair-minded Irish reader.”—_Evening
    Standard._

    “A deeply interesting account of what is called a tour of
    observation, and some noteworthy remarks on Irish public
    questions.”—_Illustrated London News._

=OVER THE DOVREFJELDS.= By =J. S. Shepard=, Author of “A Ramble through
Norway,” &c. Crown 8vo. Illustrated. Price 4s. 6d.

    “We have read many books of Norwegian travel, but ... we have
    seen none so pleasantly narrative in its style, and so varied
    in its subject.”—_Spectator._

    “Is a well-timed book.”—_Echo._

    “As interesting a little volume as could be written on the
    subject. So interesting and shortly written that it will
    commend itself to all intending tourists.”—_Examiner._

=A WINTER IN MOROCCO.= By =Amelia Perrier=. Large crown 8vo. Illustrated.
Price 10s. 6d.

    “Well worth reading, and contains several excellent
    illustrations.”—_Hour._

    “Miss Perrier is a very amusing writer. She has a good deal of
    humour, sees the oddity and quaintness of Oriental life with a
    quick observant eye, and evidently turned her opportunities of
    sarcastic examination to account.”—_Daily News._



_SCIENCE._


=PRINCIPLES OF MENTAL PHYSIOLOGY.= With their Applications to the
Training and Discipline of the Mind, and the Study of its Morbid
Conditions. By =W. B. Carpenter, LL.D., M.D., F.R.S., &c.= 8vo.
Illustrated. [_Immediately._

=THE EXPANSE OF HEAVEN.= A Series of Essays on the Wonders of the
Firmament. By =R. A. Proctor, B.A.=, author of “Other Worlds,” &c. Small
Crown 8vo. [_Shortly._

=STUDIES OF BLAST FURNACE PHENOMENA.= By =M. L. Gruner=, President of
the General Council of Mines of France. Translated by =L. D. B. Gordon,
F.R.S.E., F.G.S., &c.= Demy 8vo. Price 7s. 6d.

    These are some important practical studies by one of the most
    eminent metallurgical authorities of the Continent.

=A LEGAL HANDBOOK FOR ARCHITECTS.= By =Edward Jenkins= and =John Raymond,
Esqrs.=, Barristers-at-Law. In 1 vol. Price 6s.

    The Publishers are assured that this book will constitute
    an invaluable and necessary companion for every architect’s
    and builder’s table, as well as a useful introduction for
    architects’ pupils to the practical law of their profession.

    Dedicated by special permission to the Royal Institution of
    British Architects.

=CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH PSYCHOLOGY.= From the French of =Professor
Th. Ribot=. An Analysis of the Views and Opinions of the following
Metaphysicians, as expressed in their writings:—

    JAMES MILL, A. BAIN, JOHN STUART MILL, GEORGE H. LEWES, HERBERT
    SPENCER, SAMUEL BAILEY.

    Large post 8vo.

=PHYSIOLOGY FOR PRACTICAL USE.= By various Eminent writers. Edited by
=James Hinton=. 2 vols. Crown 8vo. With 50 illustrations.

    These Papers have been prepared at great pains, and their
    endeavour is to familiarize the popular mind with those
    physiological truths which are needful to all who desire to
    keep the body in a state of health. [_In the Press._

=THE PLACE OF THE PHYSICIAN.= The Introductory Lecture at Guy’s Hospital,
1873-4; to which is added

    ESSAYS ON THE LAW OF HUMAN LIFE AND ON THE RELATION BETWEEN
    ORGANIC AND INORGANIC WORLDS.

    By =James Hinton=, Author of “Man and His Dwelling-Place.”
    Crown 8vo. Limp cloth.

=THE HISTORY OF THE NATURAL CREATION=, Being a Series of Popular
Scientific Lectures on the General Theory of Progression of Species; with
a Dissertation on the Theories of Darwin and Goethe; more especially
applying them to the Origin of Man, and to other Fundamental Questions of
Natural Science connected therewith. By =Professor Ernst Hæckel=, of the
University of Jena. 8vo. With Woodcuts and Plates. [_In the Press._

    Second Edition.

=CHANGE OF AIR AND SCENE.= A Physician’s Hints about Doctors, Patients,
Hygiene, and Society; with Notes of Excursions for health in the
Pyrenees, and amongst the Watering-places of France (Inland and Seaward),
Switzerland, Corsica, and the Mediterranean. By =Dr. Alphonse Donné=.
Large post 8vo. Price 9s.

    “A very readable and serviceable book.... The real value of it
    is to be found in the accurate and minute information given
    with regard to a large number of places which have gained a
    reputation on the continent for their mineral waters.”—_Pall
    Mall Gazette._

    “A singularly pleasant and chatty as well as instructive book
    about health.”—_Guardian._

=MISS YOUMANS’ FIRST BOOK OF BOTANY.= Designed to cultivate the observing
powers of Children. From the Author’s latest Stereotyped Edition. New and
Enlarged Edition, with 300 Engravings. Crown 8vo. 5s.

    “It is but rarely that a school-book appears which is at once
    so novel in plan, so successful in execution, and so suited
    to the general want, as to command universal and unqualified
    approbation, but such has been the case with Miss Youmans’
    First Book of Botany.... It has been everywhere welcomed as
    a timely and invaluable contribution to the improvement of
    primary education.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

=AN ARABIC AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY OF THE KORAN.= By =Major J. Penrice,
B.A.= 4to. Price 21s.

=MODERN GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.= By =T. G. Jackson=. Crown 8vo. Price 5s.

    “The reader will find some of the most important doctrines
    of eminent art teachers practically applied in this little
    book, which is well written and popular in style.”—_Manchester
    Examiner._

    “Much clearness, force, wealth of illustration, and in style
    of composition, which tends to commend his views.”—_Edinburgh
    Daily Review._

    “This thoughtful little book is worthy of the perusal of all
    interested in art or architecture.”—_Standard._

=A TREATISE ON RELAPSING FEVER.= By =R. T. Lyons=, Assistant-Surgeon,
Bengal Army. Small post 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “A practical work thoroughly supported in its views by a series
    of remarkable cases.”—_Standard._

FOUR WORKS BY DR. EDWARD SMITH.

      =I.= =HEALTH AND DISEASE=, as influenced by the Daily, Seasonal
             and other Cyclical Changes in the Human System. A New
             Edit. 7s. 6d.

     =II.= =FOODS.= Second Edition, Profusely Illustrated. Price 5s.

    =III.= =PRACTICAL DIETARY FOR FAMILIES, SCHOOLS, AND THE LABOURING
              CLASSES.= A New Edit. Price 3s. 6d.

     =IV.= =CONSUMPTION IN ITS EARLY AND REMEDIABLE STAGES.= A New
              Edit. 7s. 6d.

=THE PORT OF REFUGE=; OR, COUNSEL AND AID TO SHIPMASTERS IN DIFFICULTY,
DOUBT, OR DISTRESS. By =Manley Hopkins=, Author of “A Handbook of
Average,” “A Manual of Insurance,” &c. Cr. 8vo. Price 6s.

    SUBJECTS:—The Shipmaster’s Position and Duties.—Agents and
    Agency.—Average.—Bottomry, and other Means of Raising Money.—The
    Charter-Party, and Bill-of-Lading. Stoppage in Transitu; and the
    Shipowner’s Lien.—Collision.

    “Combines in quite a marvellous manner a fullness of
    information which will make it perfectly indispensable in the
    captain’s bookcase, and equally suitable to the gentleman’s
    library. This synopsis of the law of shipping in all its
    multifarious ramifications and the hints he gives on a variety
    of topics must be invaluable to the master mariner whenever
    he is in doubt, difficulty, and danger.”—_Mercantile Marine
    Magazine._

    “A truly excellent contribution to the literature of our marine
    commerce.”—_Echo._

    “Those immediately concerned will find it well worth while to
    avail themselves of its teachings.”—_Colburn’s U.S. Magazine._

=LOMBARD STREET.= A Description of the Money Market. By =Walter Bagehot=.
Large crown 8vo. Third Edition. 7s. 6d.

    “An acceptable addition to the literature of finance.”—_Stock
    Exchange Review._

    “Mr. Bagehot touches incidentally a hundred points connected
    with his subject, and pours serene white light upon them
    all.”—_Spectator._

    “Anybody who wishes to have a clear idea of the workings of
    what is called the Money Market should procure a little volume
    which Mr. Bagehot has just published, and he will there find
    the whole thing in a nut-shell.... The subject is one, it is
    almost needless to say, on which Mr. Bagehot writes with the
    authority of a man who combines practical experience with
    scientific study.”—_Saturday Review._

    “Besides its main topic, the management of the reserve of the
    Bank of England, it is full of the most interesting economic
    history.”—_Athenæum._

=CHOLERA: HOW TO AVOID AND TREAT IT.= Popular and Practical Notes by
=Henry Blanc, M.D.= Crown 8vo. 4s. 6d.


THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES.

Although these Works are not specially designed for the instruction of
beginners, still, as they are intended to address the _non-scientific
public_, they are, as far as possible, explanatory in character, and free
from technicalities; the object of each author being to bring his subject
as near as he can to the general reader.

The Volumes already Published are:—

Third Edition.

=THE FORMS OF WATER IN RAIN AND RIVERS, ICE AND GLACIERS.= By =J.
Tyndall, LL.D., F.R.S.= With 26 Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 5s.

    “One of Professor Tyndall’s best scientific
    treatises.”—_Standard._

    “With the clearness and brilliancy of language which have won
    for him his fame, he considers the subject of ice, snow, and
    glaciers.”—_Morning Post._

    “Before starting for Switzerland next summer every one should
    study ‘The forms of water.’”—_Globe._

    “Eloquent and instructive in an eminent degree.”—_British
    Quarterly._

Second Edition.

=PHYSICS AND POLITICS=; OR, THOUGHTS ON THE APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES
OF “NATURAL SELECTION” AND “INHERITANCE” TO POLITICAL SOCIETY. By =Walter
Bagehot=. Crown 8vo. 4s.

    “On the whole we can recommend the book as well deserving to be
    read by thoughtful students of politics.”—_Saturday Review._

    “Able and ingenious.”—_Spectator._

    “A work of really original and interesting
    speculation.”—_Guardian._

Second Edition.

=FOODS.= By =Dr. Edward Smith=. Profusely Illustrated. Price 5s.

    “A comprehensive résumé of our present chemical and
    physiological knowledge of the various foods, solid and liquid,
    which go so far to ameliorate the troubles and vexations of
    this anxious and wearying existence.”—_Chemist and Druggist._

    “Heads of households will find it considerably to their
    advantage to study its contents.”—_Court Express._

    “A very comprehensive book. Every page teems with information.
    Readable throughout.”—_Church Herald._

Second Edition.

=MIND AND BODY=: THE THEORIES OF THEIR RELATIONS. By =Alexander
Bain, LL.D.=, Professor of Logic at the University of Aberdeen. Four
Illustrations. 4s.

=THE STUDY OF SOCIOLOGY.= By =Herbert Spencer=. Crown 8vo. Price 5s.

=ON THE CONSERVATION OF ENERGY.= By =Professor Balfour Stewart=. Fourteen
Engravings. Price 5s.

=ANIMAL MECHANICS=; or, Walking, Swimming, and Flying. By =Dr. J. B.
Pettigrew, M.D., F.R.S.=



_LIST OF AUTHORS AND SUBJECTS OF THEIR BOOKS_, TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES.


    Dr. HENRY MAUDSLEY. Responsibility in Mental Disease.

    Prof. E. J. MAREY. The Animal Frame.

    Rev. M. J. BERKELEY, M.A., F.L.S., and M. COOKE, M.A., LL.D.
    Fungi; their Nature, Influences, and Uses.

    Prof. OSCAR SCHMIDT. (University of Strasburg). The Theory of
    Descent and Darwinism.

    Prof. W. KINGDOM CLIFFORD, M.A. The First Principles of the
    Exact Sciences explained to the non-mathematical.

    Prof. T. H. HUXLEY, LL.D., F.R.S. Bodily Motion and
    Consciousness.

    Dr. W. B. CARPENTER, LL.D., F.R.S. The Physical Geography of
    the Sea.

    Prof. WILLIAM ODLING, F.R.S. The New Chemistry.

    Prof. SHELDON AMOS. The Science of Law.

    W. LAUDER LINDSAY, M.D., F.R.S.E. Mind in the Lower Animals.

    Sir JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart., F.R.S. The Antiquity of Man.

    Prof W. T. THISELTON DYER, B.A. B.SC. Form and Habit in
    Flowering Plants.

    Mr. J. N. LOCKYER, F.R.S. Spectrum Analysis.

    Prof. MICHAEL FOSTER, M.D. Protoplasm and the Cell Theory.

    Prof. W. STANLEY JEVONS. The Logic of Statistics.

    Dr. H. CHARLTON BASTIAN, M.D., F.R.S. The Brain as an Organ of
    Mind.

    Prof. A. C. RAMSAY, LL.D., F.R.S. Earth Sculpture: Hills,
    Valleys, Mountains, Plains, Rivers, Lakes; how they were
    Produced, and how they have been Destroyed.

    Prof RUDOLPH VIRCHOW, (University of Berlin). Morbid
    Physiological Action.

    Prof. CLAUDE BERNARD. Physical and Metaphysical Phenomena of
    Life.

    Prof. A. QUETELET. Social Physics.

    Prof. H. SAINTE-CLAIRE DEVILLE. An Introduction to General
    Chemistry.

    Prof. WURTZ. Atoms and the Atomic Theory.

    Prof. DE QUATREFAGES. The Negro Races.

    Prof LACAZE-DUTHIERS. Zoology since Cuvier.

    Prof. BERTHELOT. Chemical Synthesis.

    Prof. J. ROSENTHAL. General Physiology of Muscles and Nerves.

    Prof. JAMES D. DANA, M.A., LL.D. On Cephalization; or,
    Head-Characters in the Gradation and Progress of Life.

    Prof. S. W. JOHNSON, M.A. On the Nutrition of Plants.

    Prof. AUSTIN FLINT, Jr. M.D. The Nervous System and its
    Relation to the Bodily Functions.

    Prof. W. D. WHITNEY. Modern Linguistic Science.

    Prof BERNSTEIN (University of Halle). Physiology of the Senses.

    Prof. FERDINAND COHN, (University of Breslau). Thallotyphes
    (Algae, Lichens, Fungi).

    Prof HERMANN, (University of Zurich). Respiration.

    Prof. LEUCKART (University of Leipsic). Outlines of Animal
    Organization.

    Prof. LIEBREICH (University of Berlin). Outlines of Toxicology.

    Prof. KUNDT (University of Strasburg). On Sound.

    Prof. LONMEL (University of Erlangen). Optics.

    Prof. REES (University of Erlangen). On Parasitic Plants.

    Prof. STEINTHAL (University of Berlin). Outlines of the Science
    of Language.

    Prof. VOGEL (Polytechnic Acad. of Berlin). The Chemical Effects
    of Light.



_ESSAYS, LECTURES, AND COLLECTED PAPERS._


=IN STRANGE COMPANY=; or, The Note Book of a Roving Correspondent. By
=James Greenwood=, “The Amateur Casual.” Crown 8vo. 6s.

=MASTER-SPIRITS.= By =Robert Buchanan=. Post 8vo. 10s. 6d.

    “Good Books are the precious life-blood of Master-Spirits.”—_Milton._

    Criticism as a Fine Art.
    Charles Dickens.
    Tennyson.
    Browning’s Marteyneco.
    A Young English Positivist.
    Hugo in 1872.
    Prose and Verse.
    Birds of the Hebrides.
    Scandinavian Studies:—
      1. A Morning in Copenhagen.
      2. Bjornsen’s Masterpiece.
      3. Old Ballads of Denmark.
      4. Modern Danish Ballads.
    Poets in Obscurity:—
      1. George Heath, the Moorland Poet.
      2. William Miller.

    These are some of the author’s lighter and more generally
    interesting Essays on literary topics of permanent interest.
    His other prose contributions, critical and philosophical, to
    our literature are included in the collected editions of his
    works.

=THEOLOGY IN THE ENGLISH POETS.= Being Lectures delivered by the =Rev.
Stopford A. Brooke=, Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty the Queen.

=MOUNTAIN, MEADOW, AND MERE=; a Series of Outdoor Sketches of Sport,
Scenery, Adventures, and Natural History. By =G. Christopher Davies=.
With 16 Illustrations by W. HARCOURT. Crown 8vo, price 6s.

=HOW TO AMUSE AND EMPLOY OUR INVALIDS.= By =Harriet Power=. Fcap. 8vo.
Price 2s. 6d.

    What Invalids may do to Amuse Themselves.
    What Friends and Attendants may do for them.
    Articles for comfort in a Sick Room.
    Amusement for Invalid Children.
    To the Invalid.
    Comforts and Employment for the Aged.
    Employment for Sunday.

    The question, so often put by invalids, “Can you not find me
    something to do?” is answered at some length in this little
    book, which takes up a subject but little touched upon in the
    many manuals for nurses. [_Just out._

=STUDIES AND ROMANCES.= By =H. Schutz Wilson=. 1 vol. Crown 8vo. Price
7s. 6d.

    Shakespeare in Blackfriars.
    The Loves of Goethe.
    Romance of the Thames.
    An Exalted Horn.
    Two Sprigs of Edelweiss.
    Between Moor and Main.
    An Episode of the Terror.
    Harry Ormond’s Christmas Dinner.
    Agnes Bernauerin.
    “Yes” or “No”?
    A Model Romance.
    The Story of Little Jenny.
    Dining.
    The Record of a Vanished Life.

    “Vivacious and interesting.”—_Scotsman._

    “Open the book, however, at what page the reader may, he will
    find something to amuse and instruct, and he must be very hard
    to please if he finds nothing to suit him, either grave or gay,
    stirring or romantic, in the capital stories collected in this
    well-got-up volume.”—_John Bull._

=SHORT LECTURES ON THE LAND LAWS.= Delivered before the Working Men’s
College. By =T. Lean Wilkinson=. Crown 8vo. limp cloth. 2s.

    “A very handy and intelligible epitome of the general
    principles of existing land laws.”—_Standard._

    “A very clear and lucid statement as to the condition of the
    present land laws which govern our country. These Lectures
    possess the advantage of not being loaded with superfluous
    matter.”—_Civil Service Gazette._

=AN ESSAY ON THE CULTURE OF THE OBSERVING POWERS OF CHILDREN=, especially
in connection with the Study of Botany. By =Eliza A. Youmans=. Edited,
with Notes and a Supplement, by =Joseph Payne, F.C.P.=, Author of
“Lectures on the Science and Art of Education,” &c. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.

    “This study, according to her just notions on the subject, is
    to be fundamentally based on the exercise of the pupil’s own
    powers of observation. He is to see and examine the properties
    of plants and flowers at first hand, not merely to be informed
    of what others have seen and examined.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

=THE GENIUS OF CHRISTIANITY UNVEILED.= Being Essays by =William Godwin=,
Author of “Political Justice,” &c. Never before published. 1 vol., crown
8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “Few have thought more clearly and directly than William
    Godwin, or expressed their reflections with more simplicity and
    unreserve.”—_Examiner._

    “The deliberate thoughts of Godwin deserve to be put before the
    world for reading and consideration.”—_Athenæum._

=THE PELICAN PAPERS.= Reminiscences and Remains of a Dweller in the
Wilderness. By =James Ashcroft Noble=. Crown 8vo. 6s.

    “Written somewhat after the fashion of Mr. Helps’s ‘Friends in
    Council.’”—_Examiner._

    “Will well repay perusal by all thoughtful and intelligent
    readers.”—_Liverpool Leader._

    “The ‘Pelican Papers’ make a very readable volume.”—_Civilian._

=BRIEFS AND PAPERS.= Being Sketches of the Bar and the Press. By =Two
Idle Apprentices=. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “Written with spirit and knowledge, and give some curious
    glimpses into what the majority will regard as strange and
    unknown territories.”—_Daily News._

    “This is one of the best books to while away an hour and
    cause a generous laugh that we have come across for a long
    time.”—_John Bull._

=THE SECRET OF LONG LIFE.= Dedicated by Special Permission to Lord St.
Leonards. Third Edition. Large crown 8vo. 5s.

    “A charming little volume.”—_Times._

    “A very pleasant little book, cheerful, genial,
    scholarly.”—_Spectator._

    “We should recommend our readers to get this book.”—_British
    Quarterly Review._

    “Entitled to the warmest admiration.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

=SOLDIERING AND SCRIBBLING.= By =Archibald Forbes=, of the _Daily News_,
Author of “My Experience of the War between France and Germany.” Crown
8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “All who open it will be inclined to read through for the
    varied entertainment which it affords.”—_Daily News._

    “There is a good deal of instruction to outsiders touching
    military life, in this volume.”—_Evening Standard._

    “Thoroughly readable and worth reading.”—_Scotsman._

=THE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION.= By =Walter Bagehot=. A New Edition, revised
and corrected, with an Introductory Dissertation on recent changes and
events. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “A pleasing and clever study on the department of higher
    politics.”—_Guardian._

    “No writer before him had set out so clearly what the efficient
    part of the English Constitution really is.”—_Pall Mall
    Gazette._

    “Clear and practical.”—_Globe._

=REPUBLICAN SUPERSTITIONS.= Illustrated by the Political History of
the United States. Including a Correspondence with M. Louis Blanc. By
=Moncure D. Conway=. Crown 8vo. 5s.

    “A very able exposure of the most plausible fallacies of
    Republicanism, by a writer of remarkable vigour and purity of
    style.”—_Standard._

    “Mr. Conway writes with ardent sincerity. He gives us some good
    anecdotes, and he is occasionally almost eloquent.”—_Guardian_,
    July 2, 1873.

=STREAMS FROM HIDDEN SOURCES.= By =B. Montgomerie Ranking=. Crown 8vo. 6s.

    “In point of style it is well executed, and the prefatory
    notices are very good.”—_Spectator._

    “The effect of reading the seven tales he presents to us is to
    make us wish for some seven more of the same kind.”—_Pall Mall
    Gazette._

    “The tales are given throughout in the quaint version of the
    earliest English translators, and in the introduction to each
    will be found much curious information as to their origin, and
    the fate which they have met at the hands of later transcribers
    or imitators, and much tasteful appreciation of the varied
    sources from whence they are extracted.... We doubt not that
    Mr. Ranking’s enthusiasm will communicate itself to many of his
    readers, and induce them in like manner to follow back these
    streamlets to their parent river.”—_Graphic._



_MILITARY WORKS._


=THE GERMAN ARTILLERY IN THE BATTLES NEAR METZ.= Based on the official
reports of the German Artillery. By =Captain Hoffbauer=, Instructor in
the German Artillery and Engineer School. Translated by =Capt. E. O.
Hollist=.

    This history gives a detailed account of the movements of the
    German artillery in the three days’ fighting to the east and
    west of Metz, which resulted in paralyzing the army under
    Marshal Bazaine, and its subsequent surrender. The action of
    the batteries with reference to the other arms is clearly
    explained, and the valuable maps show the positions taken up
    by the individual batteries at each stage of the contests.
    Tables are also supplied in the Appendix, furnishing full
    details as to the number of killed and wounded, expenditure of
    ammunition, &c. The campaign of 1870-71 having demonstrated the
    importance of artillery to an extent which has not previously
    been conceded to it, this work forms a valuable part of the
    literature of the campaign, and will be read with interest
    not only by members of the regular but also by those of the
    auxiliary forces.

=THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY, UNDER STEINMETZ.= By =Von Schell=.
Translated by =Captain E. O. Hollist=. Demy 8vo. Uniform with the other
volumes in the Series. Price 10s. 6d.

=THE OPERATIONS OF THE BAVARIAN ARMY CORPS.= By =Captain Hugo Helvig=.
Translated by =Captain E. S. Schwabe=. With 5 large Maps. Demy 8vo.
Uniform with the other Books in the Series.

=DRILL REGULATIONS OF THE AUSTRIAN CAVALRY.= From an Abridged Edition
compiled by CAPTAIN ILLIA WORNOVITS, of the General Staff, on the
Tactical Regulations of the Austrian Army, and prefaced by a General
Sketch of the Organisation, &c., of the Country. Translated by =Captain
W. S. Cooke=. Crown 8vo, limp cloth.

=THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY UNDER GEN. VON GOEBEN.= By =Major Von
Schell=. Translated by =Col. C. H. Von Wright=. Four Maps. Demy 8vo. 9s.

_History of the Organisation, Equipment, and War Services of_

=THE REGIMENT OF BENGAL ARTILLERY.= Compiled from Published Official and
other Records, and various private sources, by =Major Francis W. Stubbs=,
Royal (late Bengal) Artillery. Vol. I. will contain WAR SERVICES. The
Second Volume will be published separately, and will contain the HISTORY
OF THE ORGANISATION AND EQUIPMENT OF THE REGIMENT. In 2 vols. 8vo. With
Maps and Plans. [_Preparing._

=THE ABOLITION OF PURCHASE AND THE ARMY REGULATION BILL OF 1871.= By
=Lieut.-Col. the Hon. A. Anson, V.C., M.P.= Crown 8vo. Price One Shilling.

=THE STORY OF THE SUPERSESSIONS.= By =Lieut.-Col. the Hon. A. Anson,
V.C., M.P.= Crown 8vo. Price Sixpence.

=ARMY RESERVES AND MILITIA REFORMS.= By =Lieut.-Col. the Hon. A. Anson=.
Crown 8vo. Sewed. Price One Shilling.

=VICTORIES AND DEFEATS.= An Attempt to explain the Causes which have led
to them. An Officer’s Manual. By =Col. R. P. Anderson=. Demy 8vo. 14s.

    “A delightful military classic, and what is more, a most useful
    one. The young officer should have it always at hand to open
    anywhere and read a bit, and we warrant him that let that
    bit be ever so small it will give him material for an hour’s
    thinking.”—_United Service Gazette._

=THE FRONTAL ATTACK OF INFANTRY.= By =Capt. Laymann=, Instructor of
Tactics at the Military College, Neisse. Translated by =Colonel Edward
Newdigate=. Crown 8vo, limp cloth. Price 2s. 6d.

    “This work has met with special attention in our
    army.”—_Militarin Wochenblatt._

=THE OPERATIONS OF THE FIRST ARMY IN NORTHERN FRANCE AGAINST FAIDHERBE.=
By =Colonel Count Hermann Von Wartensleben=, Chief of the Staff of the
First Army. Translated by =Colonel C. H. Von Wright=. In demy 8vo.
Uniform with the above. Price 9s.

    “Very clear, simple, yet eminently instructive, is this
    history. It is not overladen with useless details, is written
    in good taste, and possesses the inestimable value of being in
    great measure the record of operations actually witnessed by
    the author, supplemented by official documents.”—_Athenæum._

    “The work is based on the official war documents—it is
    especially valuable—the narrative is remarkably vivid and
    interesting. Two well-executed maps enable the reader to trace
    out the scenes of General Manteuffel’s operations.”—_Naval and
    Military Gazette._

=ELEMENTARY MILITARY GEOGRAPHY, RECONNOITRING, AND SKETCHING.= Compiled
for Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers of all Arms. By =Lieut. C. E.
H. Vincent=, Royal Welsh Fusileers. Small crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.

    “An admirable little manual full of facts and
    teachings.”—_United Service Gazette._

=STUDIES IN THE NEW INFANTRY TACTICS.= Parts I. & II. By =Major W. Von
Schereff=. Translated from the German by =Col. Lumley Graham=. Price 7s.
6d.

    “Major Von Schereff’s ‘Studies in Tactics’ is worthy of the
    perusal—indeed, of the thoughtful study—of every military
    man. The subject of the respective advantages of attack and
    defence, and of the methods in which each form of battle should
    be carried out under the fire of modern arms, is exhaustively
    and admirably treated; indeed, we cannot but consider it to be
    decidedly superior to any work which has hitherto appeared in
    English upon this all-important subject.”—_Standard._

=TACTICAL DEDUCTIONS FROM THE WAR OF 1870-1.= By =Captain A. Von
Boguslawski=. Translated by =Colonel Lumley Graham=, late 18th (Royal
Irish) Regiment. Demy 8vo. Uniform with the above. Price 7s.

    “Major Boguslawski’s tactical deductions from the war are,
    that infantry still preserve their superiority over cavalry,
    that open order must henceforth be the main principles of all
    drill, and that the chassepot is the best of all small arms
    for precision.... We must, without delay, impress brain and
    forethought into the British Service; and we cannot commence
    the good work too soon, or better, than by placing the two
    books (‘The Operations of the German Armies’ and ‘Tactical
    Deductions’) we have here criticised, in every military
    library, and introducing them as class-books in every tactical
    school.”—_United Service Gazette._

=THE ARMY OF THE NORTH-GERMAN CONFEDERATION.= A Brief Description of its
Organisation, of the different Branches of the Service and their ‘Rôle’
in War, of its Mode of Fighting, &c. By a =Prussian General=. Translated
from the German by =Col. Edward Newdigate=. Demy 8vo. 5s.

    ⁂ The authorship of this book was erroneously ascribed to the
    renowned General von Moltke, but there can be little doubt that
    it was written under his immediate inspiration.

=THE OPERATIONS OF THE GERMAN ARMIES IN FRANCE, FROM SEDAN TO THE END OF
THE WAR OF 1870-1.= With Large Official Map. From the Journals of the
Head-quarters Staff, by =Major Wm. Blume=. Translated by =E. M. Jones=,
Major 20th Foot, late Professor of Military History, Sandhurst. Demy 8vo.
Price 9s.

    “The book is of absolute necessity to the military student....
    The work is one of high merit.”—_United Service Gazette._

    “The work of translation has been well done. In notes,
    prefaces, and introductions, much additional information has
    been given.”—_Athenæum._

    “The work of Major von Blume in its English dress forms the
    most valuable addition to our stock of works upon the war
    that our press has put forth. Major Blume writes with a clear
    conciseness much wanting in many of his country’s historians.
    Our space forbids our doing more than commending it earnestly
    as the most authentic and instructive narrative of the second
    section of the war that has yet appeared.”—_Saturday Review._

=THE OPERATIONS OF THE SOUTH ARMY IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, 1871.=
Compiled from the Official War Documents of the Head-quarters of the
Southern Army. By =Count Hermann Von Wartensleben=, Colonel in the
Prussian General Staff. Translated by =Colonel C. H. Von Wright=. Demy
8vo, with Maps. Uniform with the above. Price 6s.

=HASTY INTRENCHMENTS.= By =Colonel A. Brialmont=. Translated by
=Lieutenant Charles A. Empson, R.A.= Demy 8vo. Nine Plates. Price 6s.

    “A valuable contribution to military literature.”—_Athenæum._

    “In seven short chapters it gives plain directions for forming
    shelter-trenches, with the best method of carrying the
    necessary tools, and it offers practical illustrations of the
    use of hasty intrenchments on the field of battle.”—_United
    Service Magazine._

    “It supplies that which our own textbooks give but imperfectly,
    viz., hints as to how a position can best be strengthened by
    means ... of such extemporised intrenchments and batteries as
    can be thrown up by infantry in the space of four or five hours
    ... deserves to become a standard military work.”—_Standard._

    “Clearly and critically written.”—_Wellington Gazette._

=STUDIES IN LEADING TROOPS.= By =Colonel Von Verdy Du Vernois=. An
authorised and accurate Translation by =Lieutenant H. J. T. Hildyard=,
71st Foot. Parts I. and II. Demy 8vo. Price 7s.

    ⁂ General BEAUCHAMP WALKER says of this work:—“I recommend
    the first two numbers of Colonel von Verdy’s ‘Studies’ to the
    attentive perusal of my brother officers. They supply a want
    which I have often felt during my service in this country,
    namely, a minuter tactical detail of the minor operations of
    the war than any but the most observant and fortunately-placed
    staff-officer is in a position to give. I have read and re-read
    them very carefully, I hope with profit, certainly with great
    interest, and believe that practice, in the sense of these
    ‘Studies,’ would be a valuable preparation for manœuvres on a
    more extended scale.”—Berlin, June, 1872.

=THE SUBSTANTIVE SENIORITY ARMY LIST=, Majors and Captains. By =Captain
F. B. P. White=, 1st W. I. Regiment. 8vo, sewed. 2s. 6d.

=CAVALRY FIELD DUTY.= By =Major-General Von Mirus=. Translated by
=Captain Frank S. Russell=, 14th (King’s) Hussars. Crown 8vo, limp cloth.
7s. 6d.

    ⁂ This is the text-book of instruction in the German cavalry,
    and comprises all the details connected with the military
    duties of cavalry soldiers on service. The translation is made
    from a new edition, which contains the modifications introduced
    consequent on the experiences of the late war. The great
    interest that students feel in all the German military methods,
    will, it is believed, render this book especially acceptable at
    the present time.

=DISCIPLINE AND DRILL.= Four Lectures delivered to the London Scottish
Rifle Volunteers. By =Captain S. Flood Page=. A New and Cheaper Edition.
Price 1s.

    “One of the best-known and coolest-headed of the metropolitan
    regiments, whose adjutant moreover has lately published an
    admirable collection of lectures addressed by him to the men of
    his corps.—_Times._

    “The very useful and interesting work.”—_Volunteer Service
    Gazette._



_INDIA AND THE EAST._


=THE ORIENTAL SPORTING MAGAZINE.= A Reprint of the first 5 Volumes, in 2
Volumes, demy 8vo. price 28s.

    These volumes contain many quaint and clever papers, among
    which we may mention the famous Sporting Songs written by S.
    Y. S., of “The Boar, Saddle, Spur, and Spear,” &c., &c.—Capt.
    MORRIS, of the Bombay Army; as well as descriptions of Hog
    Hunts, Fox Hunts, Lion Hunts, Tiger Hunts, and Cheeta Hunts;
    accounts of Shooting Excursions for Snipe, Partridges,
    Quail, Toucan, Ortolan, and Wild Fowl; interesting details
    of Pigeon Matches, Cock Fights, Horse, Tattoo, and Donkey
    Races; descriptions of the Origin, Regulations, and Uniforms
    of Hunting Clubs; Natural History of rare Wild Animals;
    Memoranda of Feats of Noted Horses; and Memoirs and Anecdotes
    of celebrated Sporting characters, &c., &c. [_Just out._

=THE EUROPEAN IN INDIA.= A Handbook of Practical Information for those
proceeding to, or residing in, the East Indies, relating to Outfits,
Routes, Time for Departure, Indian Climate, &c. By =Edmund C. P. Hull=.
With a MEDICAL GUIDE FOR ANGLO-INDIANS. Being a Compendium of Advice
to Europeans in India, relating to the Preservation and Regulation of
Health. By =R. S. Mair, M.D., F.R.C.S.E.=, Late Deputy Coroner of Madras.
In 1 vol. Post 8vo. 6s.

    “Full of all sorts of useful information to the English settler
    or traveller in India.”—_Standard._

    “One of the most valuable books ever published in
    India—valuable for its sound information, its careful array
    of pertinent facts, and its sterling common sense. It is a
    publisher’s as well as an author’s ‘hit,’ for it supplies
    a want which few persons may have discovered, but which
    everybody will at once recognise when once the contents of
    the book have been mastered. The medical part of the work is
    invaluable.”—_Calcutta Guardian._

=THE MEDICAL GUIDE FOR ANGLO-INDIANS.= Being a Compendium of advice
to Europeans in India, relating to the Preservation and Regulation of
Health. By =R. S. Mair, F.R.C.S.E.=, late Deputy Coroner of Madras.
Reprinted, with numerous additions and corrections, from “The European in
India.”

=EASTERN EXPERIENCES.= By =L. Bowring, C.S.I.=, Lord Canning’s Private
Secretary, and for many years the Chief Commissioner of Mysore and Coorg.
In 1 vol. Demy 8vo. 16s. Illustrated with Maps and Diagrams.

    “An admirable and exhaustive geographical, political, and
    industrial survey.”—_Athenæum._

    “The usefulness of this compact and methodical summary of the
    most authentic information relating to countries whose welfare
    is intimately connected with our own, should obtain for Mr.
    Lewin Bowring’s work a good place among treatises of its
    kind.”—_Daily News._

    “Interesting even to the general reader, but more especially so
    to those who may have a special concern in that portion of our
    Indian Empire.”—_Post._

=TAS-HĪL UL KALĀM=; OR, HINDUSTANI MADE EASY. By =Captain W. R. M.
Holroyd=, Bengal Staff Corps, Director of Public Instruction, Punjab.
Crown 8vo. Price 5s.

=WESTERN INDIA BEFORE AND DURING THE MUTINIES.= Pictures drawn from Life.
By =Major-Gen. Sir George Le Grand Jacob, K.C.S.I., C.B.= In 1 vol. Crown
8vo. 7s. 6d.

    “The most important contribution to the history of Western
    India during the Mutinies which has yet, in a popular form been
    made public.”—_Athenæum._

    “Few men more competent than himself to speak authoritatively
    concerning Indian affairs.”—_Standard._

=EDUCATIONAL COURSE OF SECULAR SCHOOL BOOKS FOR INDIA.= Edited by =J. S.
Laurie=, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law; formerly H.M. Inspector
of Schools, England; Assistant Royal Commissioner, Ireland; Special
Commissioner, African Settlements; Director of Public Instruction, Ceylon.

    EXTRACT FROM PROSPECTUS.

    The Editor has undertaken to frame for India,—what he has been
    eminently successful in doing for England and her colonies,—a
    series of educational works, which he hopes will prove as
    suitable for the peculiar wants of the country as they will be
    consistent with the leading idea above alluded to. Like all
    beginnings, his present instalments are necessarily somewhat
    meagre and elementary; but he only awaits official and public
    approval to complete, within a comparatively brief period,
    his contemplated plan of a specific and fairly comprehensive
    series of works in the various leading vernaculars of the
    Indian continent. Meanwhile, those on his general catalogue
    may be found suitable, in their present form, for use in the
    Anglo-vernacular and English schools of India.

_The following Works are now ready_:—

                                                       s. d.
    =THE FIRST HINDUSTANI READER=,
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    Ditto ditto strongly bound in cloth                0  9
    =THE SECOND HINDUSTANI READER=,
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    Ditto ditto strongly bound in cloth                0  9
    =GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA=,
      with Maps and Historical Appendix,
      tracing the growth of the British
      Empire in Hindustan. 128 pp. Cloth               1  6

_In the Press._

=ELEMENTARY GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA.=

=FACTS AND FEATURES OF INDIAN HISTORY=, in a series of alternating
Reading Lessons and Memory Exercises.

=EXCHANGE TABLES OF STERLING AND INDIAN RUPEE CURRENCY=, UPON A NEW
AND EXTENDED SYSTEM, embracing Values from One Farthing to One Hundred
Thousand Pounds, and at rates progressing, in Sixteenths of a Penny,
from 1s. 9d. to 2s. 3d. per Rupee. By =Donald Fraser=, Accountant to the
British Indian Steam Navigation Co., Limited. Royal 8vo. 10s. 6d.

    “The calculations must have entailed great labour on the
    author, but the work is one which we fancy must become a
    standard one in all business houses which have dealings with
    any country where the rupee and the English pound are standard
    coins of currency.”—_Inverness Courier._



_BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG AND FOR LENDING LIBRARIES._


=LAYS OF MANY LANDS.= By a =Knight Errant=. Illustrated. Crown 8vo.

    Pharaoh Land.
    Home Land.
    Wonder Land.
    Rhine Land.

=SEEKING HIS FORTUNE, AND OTHER STORIES.= Crown 8vo. Four Illustrations.
Price 3s. 6d.

    CONTENTS.—Seeking his Fortune.—Oluf and Stephanoff.—What’s in a
    Name?—Contrast.—Onesta.

    A series of instructive and interesting stories for children of
    both sexes, each one enforcing, indirectly, a good moral lesson.

=DADDY’S PET.= By =Mrs. Ellen Ross= (=Nelsie Brook=). Square crown 8vo,
uniform with “Lost Gip.” 6 Illustrations.

    A pathetic story of lowly life, showing the good influence of
    home and of child-life upon an uncultivated but true-hearted
    “navvy.”

=THREE WORKS BY MARTHA FARQUHARSON.=

    Each Story is independent and complete in itself. They are
    published in uniform size and price, and are elegantly bound
    and illustrated.

      =I.= =ELSIE DINSMORE.= Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.
     =II.= =ELSIE’S GIRLHOOD.= Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.
    =III.= =ELSIE’S HOLIDAYS AT ROSELANDS.= Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.

    The Stories by this author have a very high reputation in
    America, and of all her books these are the most popular
    and widely circulated. These are the only English editions
    sanctioned by the author, who has a direct interest in this
    English Edition.

=LOST GIP.= By =Hesba Stretton=, Author of “Little Meg,” “Alone in
London.” Square crown 8vo. Six Illustrations. Price 1s. 6d.

    ⁂ _A HANDSOMELY BOUND EDITION, WITH TWELVE ILLUSTRATIONS, PRICE
    HALF-A-CROWN._

    “Thoroughly enlists the sympathies of the reader.”—_Church
    Review._

    “Full of tender touches.”—_Nonconformist._

    “An exquisitely touching little story.”—_Church Herald._

=THE KING’S SERVANTS.= By =Hesba Stretton=, Author of “Lost Gip.” Square
crown 8vo, uniform with “Lost Gip.” 8 Illustrations. Price 1s. 6d.

    Part   I.—Faithful in Little.
    Part  II.—Unfaithful.
    Part III.—Faithful in Much.

=AT SCHOOL WITH AN OLD DRAGOON.= By =Stephen J. Mac Kenna=. Crown 8vo.
5s. With Six Illustrations.

    “At Ghuznee Villa.”
    Introductory.
    Henry and Amy.
    A Story of Canterbury.
    A Disastrous Trumpet Call.
    A Baptism of Fire.
    In a Golden Fort.
    A Little Game.
    True to his Salt.
    Mother Moran’s Enemies.
    Sooka the Sycee; or, Sea Horses in Reality.
    A Baptism of Frost.
    Who Shot the Kafirs.
    John Chinaman and the Middies.

    A Series of Stories of Military and Naval Adventure, related by
    an old Retired Officer of the Army.

=FANTASTIC STORIES.= Translated from the German of =Richard Leander=, by
=Paulina B. Granville=. Crown 8vo. Eight full-page Illustrations.

    The Magic Organ.
    The Invisible Kingdom.
    The Knight who Grew Rusty.
    Of the Queen who could not make Gingerbread Nuts, and of the
      King who could not play the Jew’s Harp.
    The Wishing Ring.
    The Three Princesses with Hearts of Glass.
    The Old Bachelor.
    Sepp’s Courtship.
    Heino in the Marsh.
    Unlucky Dog and Fortune’s Favourite.
    The Dreaming Beech.
    The Little Hump-Backed Maiden.
    Heavenly Music.
    The Old Hair Trunk.

    These are translations of some of the best of Richard Leander’s
    well-known stories for children. The illustrations to this work
    are of singular beauty and finish.

=THE AFRICAN CRUISER.= A Midshipman’s Adventures on the West Coast. A
Book for Boys. By =S. Whitchurch Sadler, R.N.= Three Illustrations. Crown
8vo. 3s. 6d.

    A book of real adventures among slavers on the West Coast of
    Africa. One chief recommendation is the faithfulness of the
    local colouring.

=THE LITTLE WONDER-HORN.= By =Jean Ingelow=. A Second Series of “_Stories
told to a Child_.” Fifteen Illustrations. Cloth, gilt. 3s. 6d.

    “Full of fresh and vigorous fancy: it is worthy of the author
    of some of the best of our modern verse.”—_Standard._

    “We like all the contents of the ‘Little Wonder-Horn’ very
    much.”—_Athenæum._

    “We recommend it with confidence.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

Second Edition.

=BRAVE MEN’S FOOTSTEPS.= A Book of Example and Anecdote for Young People.
By the Editor of “=Men who have Risen=.” With Four Illustrations. By =C.
Doyle=. 3s. 6d.

    “The little volume is precisely of the stamp to win the favour
    of those who, in choosing a gift for a boy, would consult his
    moral development as well as his temporary pleasure.”—_Daily
    Telegraph._

    “A readable and instructive volume.”—_Examiner._

    “No more welcome book for the school-boy could be
    imagined.”—_Birmingham Daily Gazette._

Third Edition.

=STORIES IN PRECIOUS STONES.= By =Helen Zimmern=. With Six Illustrations.
Crown 8vo. 5s.

    “A pretty little book which fanciful young persons will
    appreciate, and which will remind its readers of many a legend,
    and many an imaginary virtue attached to the gems they are so
    fond of wearing.”—_Post._

    “A series of pretty tales which are half fantastic, half
    natural, and pleasantly quaint, as befits stories intended for
    the young.”—_Daily Telegraph._

Second Edition.

=GUTTA-PERCHA WILLIE, THE WORKING GENIUS.= By =George Macdonald=. With
Illustrations by =Arthur Hughes=. Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.

    “An amusing and instructive book.”—_Yorkshire Post._

    “One of those charming books for which the author is so well
    known.”—_Edinburgh Daily Review._

    “The cleverest child we know assures us she has read this story
    through five times. Mr. Macdonald will, we are convinced,
    accept that verdict upon his little work as final.”—_Spectator._

=THE TRAVELLING MENAGERIE.= By =Charles Camden=, Author of “Hoity Toity.”
Illustrated by =J. Mahoney=. Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.

    “A capital little book ... deserves a wide circulation among
    our boys and girls.”—_Hour._

    “A very attractive story.”—_Public Opinion._

=PLUCKY FELLOWS.= A Book for Boys. By =Stephen J. MacKenna=. With Six
Illustrations. Crown 8vo. Price 3s. 6d.

    “This is one of the very best ‘Books for Boys’ which have been
    issued this year.”—_Morning Advertiser._

    “A thorough book for boys ... written throughout in a manly
    straightforward manner that is sure to win the hearts of the
    children for whom it is intended.”—_London Society._

=THE GREAT DUTCH ADMIRALS.= By =Jacob de Liefde=. Crown 8vo. Illustrated.
Price 5s.

    “A really good book.”—_Standard._

    “May be recommended as a wholesome present for boys. They will
    find in it numerous tales of adventure.”—_Athenæum._

    “Thoroughly interesting and inspiriting.”—_Public Opinion._

    “A really excellent book.”—_Spectator._

_New Edition._

=THE DESERT PASTOR, JEAN JAROUSSEAU.= Translated from the French of
=Eugène Pelletan=. By =Colonel E. P. De L’Hoste=. In fcap. 8vo, with an
Engraved Frontispiece. Price 3s. 6d.

    “There is a poetical simplicity and picturesqueness; the
    noblest heroism; unpretentious religion; pure love, and
    the spectacle of a household brought up in the fear of the
    Lord....”—_Illustrated London News._

    “This charming specimen of Eugène Pelletan’s tender grace,
    humour, and high-toned morality.”—_Notes and Queries._

    “A touching record of the struggles in the cause of religious
    liberty of a real man.”—_Graphic._

=THE DESERTED SHIP.= A Real Story of the Atlantic. By =Cupples Howe=,
Master Mariner. Illustrated by =Townley Green=. Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.

    “Curious adventures with bears, seals, and other Arctic
    animals, and with scarcely more human Esquimaux, form the
    mass of material with which the story deals, and will
    much interest boys who have a spice of romance in their
    composition.”—_Courant._

=HOITY TOITY, THE GOOD LITTLE FELLOW.= By =Charles Camden=. Illustrated.
Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.

    “Young folks may gather a good deal of wisdom from the story,
    which is written in an amusing and attractive style.”—_Courant._

    “Relates very pleasantly the history of a charming little
    fellow who meddles always with a kindly disposition with
    other people’s affairs and helps them to do right. There are
    many shrewd lessons to be picked up in this clever little
    story.”—_Public Opinion._



_POETRY._


=LYRICS OF LOVE FROM SHAKESPEARE TO TENNYSON.= Selected and arranged by
=W. Davenport Adams=. Fcap. 8vo, price 3s. 6d.

    “He has the prettiest love-songs for maids.”—_Shakespeare._

    DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO THE POET LAUREATE.

=WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT’S POEMS.= Red-line Edition. Handsomely bound. With
Illustrations and Portrait of the Author. Price 7s. 6d.

    A Cheaper Edition is also published. Price 3s. 6d.

    _These are the only complete English Editions sanctioned by the
    Author._

=ENGLISH SONNETS.= Collected and Arranged by =John Dennis=. Small crown
8vo. Elegantly bound, price 3s. 6d.

=HOME-SONGS FOR QUIET HOURS.= By the =Rev. Canon R. H. Baynes=, Editor of
“English Lyrics” and “Lyra Anglicana.”

    Handsomely printed and bound, price 3s. 6d.

=THE DISCIPLES. A New Poem.= By =Harriet Eleanor Hamilton King=. Crown
8vo. 7s. 6d.

    The present work was commenced at the express instance of the
    great Italian patriot, Mazzini, and commemorates some of his
    associates and fellow-workers—men who looked up to him as
    their master and teacher. The author enjoyed the privilege of
    Mazzini’s friendship, and the first part of this work was on
    its way to him when tidings reached this country that he had
    passed away.

=SONGS FOR MUSIC.= By =Four Friends=. Square crown 8vo.

    CONTAINING SONGS BY

    Reginald A. Gatty.
    Greville J. Chester.
    Stephen H. Gatty.
    J. H. E.

=THE POETICAL AND PROSE WORKS OF ROBERT BUCHANAN.= A Collected Edition,
in 5 Vols.

    Vol.   I. Contains.—“Ballads and Romances;” “Ballads and Poems
                of Life.”
    Vol.  II.—“Ballads and Poems of Life;” “Allegories and Sonnets.”
    Vol. III.—“Cruiskeen Sonnets;” “Book of Orm;” “Political Mystics.”

    _The Contents of the remaining Volumes will be duly announced._

=THOUGHTS IN VERSE.= Small crown 8vo.

    This is a Collection of Verses expressive of religious feeling,
    written from a Theistic stand-point.

=COSMOS. A Poem.= Small crown 8vo.

    SUBJECT.—Nature in the Past and in the Present.—Man in the Past
    and in the Present.—The Future.

=VIGNETTES IN RHYME.= Collected Verses. By =Austin Dobson=. Crown 8vo.
Price 5s.

    A Collection of Vers de Société, for the most part contributed
    to various magazines.

=NARCISSUS AND OTHER POEMS.= By =E. Carpenter=. Small crown 8vo. Price 5s.

=A TALE OF THE SEA, SONNETS, AND OTHER POEMS.= By =James Howell=. Crown
8vo, cloth, 5s.

=IMITATIONS FROM THE GERMAN OF SPITTA AND TERSTEGEN.= By =Lady Durand=.
Crown 8vo. 4s.

    “An acceptable addition to the religious poetry of the
    day.”—_Courant._

=METRICAL TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GREEK AND LATIN POETS, AND OTHER POEMS.=
By =R. B. Boswell, M.A.= Oxon. Crown 8vo.

=ON VIOL AND FLUTE.= A New Volume of Poems, by =Edmund W. Gosse=. With a
Frontispiece by =W. B. Scott=. Crown 8vo.

=EASTERN LEGENDS AND STORIES IN ENGLISH VERSE.= By =Lieutenant Norton
Powlett=, Royal Artillery. Crown 8vo. 5s.

    “Have we at length found a successor to Thomas Ingoldsby? We
    are almost inclined to hope so after reading ‘Eastern Legends.’
    There is a rollicking sense of fun about the stories, joined
    to marvellous power of rhyming, and plenty of swing, which
    irresistibly reminds us of our old favourite.”—_Graphic._

=EDITH=; OR, LOVE AND LIFE IN CHESHIRE. By =T. Ashe=, Author of the
“Sorrows of Hypsipyle,” etc. Sewed. Price 6d.

    “A really fine poem, full of tender, subtle touches of
    feeling.”—_Manchester News._

    “Pregnant from beginning to end with the results of careful
    observation and imaginative power.”—_Chester Chronicle._

=THE GALLERY OF PIGEONS, AND OTHER POEMS.= By =Theo. Marzials=. Crown
8vo. 4s. 6d.

    “A conceit abounding in prettiness.”—_Examiner._

    “Contains as clear evidence as a book can contain that its
    composition was a source of keen and legitimate enjoyment. The
    rush of fresh, sparkling fancies is too rapid, too sustained,
    too abundant, not to be spontaneous.”—_Academy._

=THE INN OF STRANGE MEETINGS, AND OTHER POEMS.= By =Mortimer Collins=.
Crown 8vo. 5s.

    “Abounding in quiet humour, in bright fancy, in sweetness and
    melody of expression, and, at times, in the tenderest touches
    of pathos.”—_Graphic._

    “Mr. Collins has an undercurrent of chivalry and romance
    beneath the trifling vein of good-humoured banter which is the
    special characteristic of his verse.”—_Athenæum._

=EROS AGONISTES.= By =E. B. D.= Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d.

    “The author of these verses has written a very touching story
    of the human heart in the story he tells with such pathos and
    power, of an affection cherished so long and so secretly.... It
    is not the least merit of these pages that they are everywhere
    illumined with moral and religious sentiment suggested, not
    paraded, of the brightest, purest character.”—_Standard._

=CALDERON’S DRAMAS.=

    THE PURGATORY OF ST. PATRICK.
    THE WONDERFUL MAGICIAN.
    LIFE IS A DREAM.

    Translated from the Spanish. By =Denis Florence MacCarthy=. 10s.

    These translations have never before been published. The
    “Purgatory of St. Patrick” is a new version, with new and
    elaborate historical notes.

=SONGS FOR SAILORS.= By =Dr. W. C. Bennett=. Dedicated by Special Request
to H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh. Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d. With Steel Portrait
and Illustrations.

    An Edition in Illustrated paper Covers. Price 1s.

=WALLED IN, AND OTHER POEMS.= By the =Rev. Henry J. Bulkeley=. Crown 8vo.
5s.

    “A remarkable book of genuine poetry.”—_Evening Standard._

    “Genuine power displayed.”—_Examiner._

    “ ... Poetical feeling is manifest here, and the diction of the
    poem is unimpeachable.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

    “He has successfully attempted what has seldom before been
    well done, viz., the treatment of subjects not in themselves
    poetical from a poetic point of view.”—_Graphic._

    “Intensity of feeling, a rugged pathos, robustness of tone, and
    a downrightness of expression which does not shrink from even
    slang if it seem best fitted for his purpose.”—_Illustrated
    London News._

=SONGS OF LIFE AND DEATH.= By =John Payne=, Author of “Intaglios,”
“Sonnets,” “The Masque of Shadows,” etc. Crown 8vo. 5s.

    “The art of ballad-writing has long been lost in England, and
    Mr. Payne may claim to be its restorer. It is a perfect delight
    to meet with such a ballad as ‘May Margaret’ in the present
    volume.”—_Westminster Review._

=ASPROMONTE, AND OTHER POEMS.= Second Edition, cloth. 4s. 6d.

    “The volume is anonymous, but there is no reason for the
    author to be ashamed of it. The ‘Poems of Italy’ are evidently
    inspired by genuine enthusiasm in the cause espoused; and
    one of them, ‘The Execution of Felice Orsini,’ has much
    poetic merit, the event celebrated being told with dramatic
    force.”—_Athenæum._

    “The verse is fluent and free.”—_Spectator._

=A NEW VOLUME OF SONNETS.= By the =Rev. C. Tennyson Turner=. Crown 8vo.
4s. 6d.

    “Mr. Turner is a genuine poet; his song is sweet and pure,
    beautiful in expression, and often subtle in thought.”—_Pall
    Mall Gazette._

    “The dominant charm of all these sonnets is the pervading
    presence of the writer’s personality, never obtruded but always
    impalpably diffused. The light of a devout, gentle, and kindly
    spirit, a delicate and graceful fancy, a keen intelligence
    irradiates these thoughts.”—_Contemporary Review._

=GOETHE’S FAUST.= A New Translation in Rime. By the =Rev. C. Kegan Paul=.
Crown 8vo. 6s.

    “His translation is the most minutely accurate that has yet
    been produced....”—_Examiner._

    “Mr. Paul evidently understands ‘Faust,’ and his translation is
    as well suited to convey its meaning to English readers as any
    we have yet seen.”—_Edinburgh Daily Review._

    “Mr. Paul is a zealous and a faithful interpreter.”—_Saturday
    Review._

=THE DREAM AND THE DEED, AND OTHER POEMS.= By =Patrick Scott=, Author of
“Footpaths between Two Worlds,” etc. Fcap. 8vo, cloth, 5s.

    “A bitter and able satire on the vice and follies of the day,
    literary, social, and political.”—_Standard._

    “Shows real poetic power coupled with evidences of satirical
    energy.”—_Edinburgh Daily Review._

=SONGS OF TWO WORLDS.= By a =New Writer=. Fcap. 8vo, cloth, 5s. Second
Edition.

    “These poems will assuredly take high rank among the class to
    which they belong.”—_British Quarterly Review, April 1st._

    “If these poems are the mere preludes of a mind growing in
    power and in inclination for verse, we have in them the promise
    of a fine poet.”—_Spectator, February 17th._

    “No extracts could do justice to the exquisite tones, the
    felicitous phrasing and delicately wrought harmonies of some of
    these poems.”—_Nonconformist, March 27th._

    “It has a purity and delicacy of feeling like morning
    air.”—_Graphic, March 16th._

=THE LEGENDS OF ST. PATRICK AND OTHER POEMS.= By =Aubrey de Vere=. Crown
8vo. 5s.

    “Mr. De Vere’s versification in his earlier poems is
    characterised by great sweetness and simplicity. He is master
    of his instrument, and rarely offends the ear with false notes.
    Poems such as these scarcely admit of quotation, for their
    charm is not, and ought not to be, found in isolated passages;
    but we can promise the patient and thoughtful reader much
    pleasure in the perusal of this volume.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

    “We have marked, in almost every page, excellent touches from
    which we know not how to select. We have but space to commend
    the varied structure of his verse, the carefulness of his
    grammar, and his excellent English.”—_Saturday Review._



_FICTION._


=THE OWL’S NEST IN THE CITY.= In 1 vol. Cloth, crown 8vo.

=TWO GIRLS.= By =Frederick Wedmore=, Author of “A Snapt Gold Ring.” In 2
vols. Cloth, crown 8vo.

    A powerful and dramatic story of Bohemian life in Paris and in
    London.

=JUDITH GWYNNE.= By =Lisle Carr=. In 3 vols. Crown 8vo, cloth.

=MR. CARINGTON.= A Tale of Love and Conspiracy. By =Robert Turner
Cotton=. In 3 vols. Cloth, crown 8vo.

=TOO LATE.= By =Mrs. Newman=. Two vols. Crown 8vo.

    A dramatic love story.

=LADY MORETOUN’S DAUGHTER.= By =Mrs. Eiloart=. In 3 vols. Crown 8vo,
cloth.

=HEATHERGATE.= In 2 vols. Cr. 8vo, cloth. A Story of Scottish Life and
Character by a new Author.

=THE QUEEN’S SHILLING.= By =Captain Arthur Griffiths=, Author of
“Peccavi.” 2 vols.

    “ ... A very lively and agreeable novel.”—_Vanity Fair._

    “‘The Queen’s Shilling’ is a capital story, far more
    interesting than the meagre sketch we have given of the
    fortunes of the hero and heroine can suggest. Every scene,
    character, and incident of the book are so life-like that they
    seem drawn from life direct.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

=MIRANDA.= A Midsummer Madness. By =Mortimer Collins=. 3 vols.

    “There is not a dull page in the whole three
    volumes.”—_Standard._

    “The work of a man who is at once a thinker and a poet.”—_Hour._

=SQUIRE SILCHESTER’S WHIM.= By =Mortimer Collins=, Author of “Marquis and
Merchant,” “The Princess Clarice,” &c. Crown 8vo. 3 vols.

    “We think it the best (story) Mr. Collins has yet written. Full
    of incident and adventure.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

    “Decidedly the best novel from the pen of Mr. Mortimer Collins
    that we have yet come across.”—_Graphic._

    “So clever, so irritating, and so charming a story.”—_Standard._

=THE PRINCESS CLARICE.= A Story of 1871. By =Mortimer Collins=. 2 vols.
Crown 8vo.

    “Mr. Collins has produced a readable book, amusingly
    characteristic....”—_Athenæum._

    “Very readable and amusing. We would especially give an
    honourable mention to Mr. Collins’s ‘vers de société,’ the
    writing of which has almost become a lost art.”—_Pall Mall
    Gazette._

    “A bright, fresh, and original book.”—_Standard._

=WHAT ’TIS TO LOVE.= By the Author of “Flora Adair,” “The Value of
Fosterstown.” 3 vols.

=REGINALD BRAMBLE=, A Cynic of the 19th Century. An Autobiography. One
Volume.

    “There is plenty of vivacity in Mr. Bramble’s
    narrative.”—_Athenæum._

    “Written in a lively and readable style.”—_Hour._

    “The skill of the author in the delineation of the supposed
    chronicler, and the preservation of his natural character, is
    beyond praise.”—_Morning Post._

=EFFIE’S GAME=; HOW SHE LOST AND HOW SHE WON. By =Cecil Clayton=. 2 vols.

    “Well written. The characters move, and act, and, above all,
    talk like human beings, and we have liked reading about
    them.”—_Spectator._

=CHESTERLEIGH.= By =Ansley Conyers=. 3 vols. Crown 8vo.

    “We have gained much enjoyment from the book.”—_Spectator._

    “Will suit the hosts of readers of the higher class of romantic
    fiction.”—_Morning Advertiser._

=BRESSANT.= A Romance. By =Julian Hawthorne=. 2 vols. Crown 8vo.

    “The son’s work we venture to say is worthy of the sire.... The
    story as it stands is one of the most powerful with which we
    are acquainted.”—_Times._

    “Pretty certain of meeting in this country a grateful and
    appreciative reception.”—_Athenæum._

    “Mr. Julian Hawthorne is endowed with a large share of his
    father’s peculiar genius.”—_Pall Mall Gazette._

    “Enough to make us hopeful that we shall once more have
    reason to rejoice whenever we hear that a new work is
    coming out written by one who bears the honoured name of
    Hawthorne.”—_Saturday Review._

=HONOR BLAKE=: THE STORY OF A PLAIN WOMAN. By =Mrs. Keatinge=, Author of
“English Homes in India,” &c. 2 vols. Crown 8vo.

    “One of the best novels we have met with for some
    time.”—_Morning Post._

    “A story which must do good to all, young and old, who read
    it.”—_Daily News._

=OFF THE SKELLIGS.= By =Jean Ingelow=. (Her First Romance.) Crown 8vo. In
4 vols.

    “Clever and sparkling.”—_Standard._

    “We read each succeeding volume with increasing interest, going
    almost to the point of wishing there was a fifth.”—_Athenæum._

    “The novel as a whole is a remarkable one, because it is
    uncompromisingly true to life.”—_Daily News._

=SEETA.= By =Colonel Meadows Taylor=, Author of “Tara,” “Ralph Darnell,”
&c. Crown 8vo. 3 vols.

    “The story is well told, native life is admirably
    described, and the petty intrigues of native rulers, and
    their hatred of the English, mingled with fear lest the
    latter should eventually prove the victors, are cleverly
    depicted.”—_Athenæum._

    “We cannot speak too highly of Colonel Meadows Taylor’s
    book.... We would recommend all novel-readers to purchase it at
    the earliest opportunity.”—_John Bull._

    “Thoroughly interesting and enjoyable reading.”—_Examiner._

=HESTER MORLEY’S PROMISE.= By =Hesba Stretton=. 3 vols.

    “‘Hester Morley’s Promise’ is much better than the average
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LIST OF AUTHORS AND SUBJECTS OF THEIR BOOKS, TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SERIES.


=Rev. M. J. BERKELEY, M.A. F.L.S.=, and =M. COOKE, M.A. LL.D.= _Fungi;
their Nature, Influences, and Uses._

=Prof. OSCAR SCHMIDT=, (University of Strasburg.) _The Theory of Descent
and Darwinism._

=Prof. VOGEL=, (Polytechnic Academy of Berlin.) _The Chemical Effects of
Light._

=Prof. W. KINGDOM CLIFFORD, M.A.= _The First Principles of the Exact
Sciences explained to the non-mathematical._

=Prof. T. H. HUXLEY, LL.D. F.R.S.= _Bodily Motion and Consciousness._

=Dr. W. B. CARPENTER, LL.D. F.R.S.= _The Physical Geography of the Sea._

=Prof. WILLIAM ODLING, F.R.S.= _The Old Chemistry from the new
stand-point._

=Prof. SHELDON AMOS.= _The Science of Law._

=W. LAUDER LINDSAY, M.D. F.R.S.E.= _Mind in the Lower Animals._

=Sir JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart. F.R.S.= _The Antiquity of Man._

=Prof. W. T. THISELTON DYER, B.A. B.SC.= _Form and Habit in Flowering
Plants._

=Mr. J. N. LOCKYER, F.R.S.= _Spectrum Analysis._

=Prof. MICHAEL POSTER, M.D.= _Protoplasm and the Cell Theory._

=Prof. W. STANLEY JEVONS.= _The Logic of Statistics._

=Dr. H. CHARLTON BASTIAN, M.D. F.R.S.= _The Brain as an Organ of Mind._

=Prof. A. C. RAMSAY, LL.D. F.R.S.= _Earth Sculpture: Hills, Valleys,
Mountains, Plains, Rivers, Lakes; how they were Produced, and how they
have been Destroyed._

=Prof. RUDOLPH VIRCHOW=, (University of Berlin.) _Morbid Physiological
Action._

=Prof. CLAUDE BERNARD=, (College of France.) _Physical and Metaphysical
Phenomena of Life._

=Prof. A. QUETELET=, (Brussels Acad. of Sciences.) _Social Physics._

=Prof. H. SAINTE-CLAIRE DEVILLE.= _An Introduction to General Chemistry._

=Prof. WURTZ.= _Atoms and the Atomic Theory._

=Prof. DE QUATREFAGES.= _The Negro Races._

=Prof. LACAZE-DUTHIERS.= _Zoology since Cuvier._

=Prof. BERTHELOT.= _Chemical Synthesis._

=Prof. J. ROSENTHAL.= _General Physiology of Muscles and Nerves._

=Prof. JAMES D. DANA, M.A. LL.D.= _On Cephalization; or, Head-Characters
in the Gradation and Progress of Life._

=Prof. S. W. JOHNSON, M.A.= _On the Nutrition of Plants._

=Prof. AUSTIN FLINT, Jr. M.D.= _The Nervous System and its Relation to
the Bodily Functions._

=Prof. W. D. WHITNEY.= _Modern Linguistic Science._

=Prof. BERNSTEIN=, (University of Halle.) _Physiology of the Senses._

=Prof. FERDINAND COHN=, (University of Breslau.) _Thallotyphes (Algae
Lichens Fungi)._

=Prof. HERMANN=, (University of Zurich.) _Respiration._

=Prof. LEUCKART=, (University of Leipsic.) _Outlines of Animal
Organization._

=Prof. LIEBREICH=, (University of Berlin.) _Outlines of Toxicology._

=Prof. KUNDT=, (University of Strasburg.) _On Sound._

=Prof. LONMEL=, (University of Erlangen.) _Optics._

=Prof. REES=, (University of Erlangen.) _On Parasitic Plants._

=Prof. STEINTHAL=, (University of Berlin.) _Outlines of the Science of
Language._

    ☞ For List of Works already Published, see beginning of book.

HENRY S. KING & CO., 65 CORNHILL, AND 12 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON.





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