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BUGO'S (Victor) Dramatic Works:
LAMB'S (Charles) Specimens of Hernani - Ruy Blas-TheKing's Diversion. English Dramatic Poets of the time of Translated by Mrs. Newton Crosland and Elizabeth. With Notes and the Extracts F. L. Slous.
from the Garrick Plays. Poems, chiefly Lyrical. Collected by - Talfourd's Letters of Charles, H. L. Williams.
Lamb. New Edition, by W. Carew
Hazlitt. 2 vols.
LANZI'S History of Painting In
Italy, from the Period of the Revival of EUTCHINSON (Colonel). Memotrs
the Fine Arts to the End of the 18th of. By his Widow, with her Autobio
Century. With Memoir and Portraits. graphy, and the Siege of Lathom House.
Trans. by T. Roscoe. 3 vols. Portrait.
LAPPENBERG'S England under the IRVINGS (Washington) Completo
Anglo-Saxon Kings. Trans. by B. Thorpe,
F.Š.A. 2 vols. Works. 15 vols. - Life and Letters. By his Nephew,
LESSING'S Dramatic Works. Com. Pierre E. Irving. With Index and a
plete. By E. Bell, M.A. With Memoir Portrait. 2 vols.
by H. Zimmern. Portrait. 2 vols. JAMES'S (G. P. R.) Life of Richard
- Laokoon, Dramatic Notes, and Coeur de Lion. Portraits of Richard and
Representation of Death by the Ancients. Philip Augustus. 2 vols.
Trans. by E. C. Beasley and Helen
Zimmern. Frontispiece. -Louis XIV. Portraits. 2 vols.
LOCKE'S Philosophical Works, con. JAMESON (Mrs.) Shakespeare's
taining Human Understanding, Controversy Heroines. Characteristics of Women. By
with Bishop of Worcester, Malebranche's Mrs. Jameson.
Opinions, Natural Philosophy, Reading
and Study. With Introduction, Analysis, JEAN PAUL.Sec Richter.
and Notes, by J. A. St. John.' Portrait.
2 vols. JOHNSON'S Lives of the Poets.
Life and Letters, with Extracts from Edited, with Notes, by Mrs. Alexander Napier. And an Introduction by Pro
his Common-place Books. By Lord King. fessor J. W. Hales, M.A. 3 vols.
LOCKHART (J. G.)See Burns. JONSON (Ben). Poems of.-See Greene, LUTHER'S Table-Talk. Trans. by W. JOSEPHUS (Flavius), The Works of.
Hazlitt. With Life by A. Chalmers, and Whiston's Translation. Revised by Rev.
LUTHER'S CATECHISM. Portrait after A. R. Shilleto, M.A. With Topographical
Cranach. and Geographical Notes by Colonel Sir - Autobiography.-See Michelet.
C. W. Wilson, K.C.B. 5 vols.
MACHIAVELLI'S History of Flo: Notes. An Essay on the Authorship. Fac
rence, TNB PRINCE, Savonarola, Historical similes of Handwriting. 2 vols.
Tracts, and Memoir. Portrait. LA FONTAINE'S Fables. In English
MARLOWE. Poems of.See Greene. Verse, with Essay on the Fabulists. By
MARTINEAU'S (Harrlet) History Elizur Wright.
of England (including History of the Peace) LAMARTINE'S The Girondists, or
from 1800-1846. 5 vols. Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of the
MENZEL'S History of Germany, French Revolution. Trans. by H. T. Ryde. Portraits of Robespierre, Madame
from the Earliest Period to the Crimean
War, Portraits, 3 vols.
MICHELET'S Autobiography of in France (a Sequel to The Girondists).
Luther. Trans. by W. Hazlitt. With 5 Portraits. 4 vols.
The French Revolution to the Portraits.
Fught of the King in 1791. Frontispiece. LAMB'S (Charles) Eua and Eliana. MIGNET'S The French Revolution, Complete Edition. Portrait,
from 1789 to 1814. Portrait of Napoleon.
MILTON'S Prose Works. With Pre PERCY'S Reliques of Ancient Eng
face, Preliminary Remarks by J. A. St. lish Poetry, consisting of Ballads, Songs, John, and Index. 5 vols. Portraits.
and other Pieces of our earlier Poets, with
some few of later date. With Essay on Poetical Works. With 120 Wood
Ancient Minstrels, and Glossary. 2 vols. Engravings. 2 vols. MITFORD'S (Miss) Our Village.
PHILIP DE COMMINES. Memotrs Sketches of Rural Character and Scenery.
of. Containing the Histories of Louis XI.
and Charles VIII., and Charles the Bold, 2 Engravings. 2 vols.
Duke of Burgundy. With the History of MOLIÈRE'S Dramatic Works. In
Louis XI., by Jean de Troyes. TransEnglish Prose, by C. H. Wall. With a lated, with a Lífe and Notes, by A. R. Life and a Portrait. 3 vols.
Scoble. Portraits. 2 vols.
PLUTARCH'S LIVES. Translated, with here probably as good a translation of
Notes and Life, by A. Stewart, M.A., Molière as can be given.'-Academy.
late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, MONTAGU. Letters and Works of and G. Long, M.A. 4 vols. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Lord
POETRY OF AMERICA. Selections Wharncliffe's Third Edition. Edited by
from One Hundred Poets, from 1776 to W. Moy Thomas. New and revised edition. With steel plates. 2 vols. 55.
1876. With Introductory Review, and each.
Specimens of Negro Melody, by W. J.
Linton. Portrait of W. Whitman.
RACINE'S (Jean) Dramatic Works, sis, Notes, and Memoir. 2 vols.
A metrical English version, with BioNEANDER (Dr. A.) History of the
graphical notice. By R. Bruce Boswell,
M.A. Oxon. 2 vols.
RANKE (L) History of the Popes.
their Church and State, and their Conflicts - Life of Jesus Christ, in its Hls. torical Connexion and Development.
with Protestantism in the 16th and 17th - The Planting and Training of
Centuries. Trans. by E. Foster. Portraits.
3 vols. the Christian Church by the Apostles.
- History of Servia. Trans. by Mrs. With the_Antignosticus, or Spirit of Ter. tullian. Trans. by J. E. Ryland. 2 vols.
Kerr. To which is added, The Slave Pro
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or the Wedded Life, Death, and Marriage and will congratulate themselves that it
of Siebenkaes. Translated by Alex. Ewing. has found so competent and skilful an
The only complete English transiation. editor as Dr. Jessopp.'-Times.
ROSCOE'S (W.) Life of Leo X., with OCKLEY (S.) History of the Sara. Notes, Historical Documents, and Disser. cens and their Conquests in Syria, Persia,
tation on Lucretia Borgia. 3 Portraits. and Egypt. Comprising the Lives of 2 vols. Mohammed and his Successors to the - Lorenzo de' Medici, called "The Death of Abdalmelik, the Eleventh Caliph. Magnificent, with Copyright Notes, By Simon Ockley, B.D., Portrait of Mo Poems, Letters, &c. With Memoir of hammed.
Roscoe and Portrait of Lorenzo. PASCAL'S Thoughts. Translated from RUSSIA, History of, from the
the Text of M. Auguste Molinier by earliest Périod to the Crimean War. By C. Kegan Paul. 3rd edition.
W. K. Kelly. 3 Portraits. 2 vols.
SCHILLER'S Works. 7 vols.
Vol. I.-History of the Thirty Years' War. Rev. A. J. W. Morrison, M.A. Portrait.
Vol. II.-History of the Revolt in the Netherlands, the Trials of Counts Egmont and Horn, the Siege of Antwerp, and the Disturbance of France preceding the Reign of Henry IV. Translated by Rev. A. J. W. Morrison and L. Dora Schmitz,
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These Dramas are all translated in metre.
The Dramas in this volume are in prose.
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dom of the Indians. By E. J. Millington. SCHLEGEL (A. W.) Dramatic Art • and Literature. By J. Black. With Me.
moir by Rev. A. J. W. Morrison. Portrait. SCHUMANN (Robert), His Life and
Works. By A. Reissmann. Trans, by • A. L. Alger.
- Early Letters. Translated by May
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