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Prescott's Reign of Philip II., King of Spain-Jowett's

Epistles of St. Paul to the Thessalonians, Galatians,

Romans with Critical Notes and Dissertations-

Lord Brougham's Lives of Philosophers, Men of Let-

ters, and Statesmen of the Time of George III.—

Ramus, (Pierre de la Ramée,) sa Vie, ses Ecrits et ses

Opinions. Par Charles Waddington-Essai sur la Vie

et la Doctrine de Saint-Martin, le Philosophe Inconnu.

Par E. Caro-Kemp's Phases of Matter: being an

Outline of the Discoveries and Applications of Modern

Chemistry-Ellicott's Critical and Grammatical Com-

mentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians, with a

revised Translation-Eadie's Commentary on the Greek

Text of the Epistle of Paul to the Colossians-About's

Greece and the Greeks of the Present Day-Lyall's The

Intellect, the Emotions, and the Moral Nature-The

Wonders of Science: or, Young Humphry Davy (the

Cornish Apothecary's Boy, who taught himself Natural

Philosophy, and eventually became President of the

Royal Society.) The Life of a Wonderful Boy, written

for Boys. By Henry Mayhew-Ossoli's Woman in

the Nineteenth Century, and kindred Papers relating

to the Sphere, Condition, and Duties of Woman-

Taylor's Summary of the Evidence of the Existence of

the Deity; Abstract, and from the Works of Nature:

with an Answer to the more usual Objections against

Natural, but especially against Revealed, Religion-

Tooke's Monarchy of France: its Rise, Progress, and

Fall-Mercein's Natural Goodness: or, Honour to

whom Honour is Due. Suggestions towards an appre-

ciative View of Moral Men, the Philosophy of the

present System of Morality, and the Relation of

Natural Virtue to Religion-Forster's Life and Times


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