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CAMERON-LIGHT, SHADE, AND TOIL: POEMS. By a Working Man (WILLIAM C. CAMERON,). With Introductory Note by WALTER C. SMITH, D.D. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6s.
CHURCH OF SCOTLAND-THE SCHEMES OF THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. By a PARISH MINISTER. Twenty-fifth
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CLELAND-EVOLUTION, EXPRESSION, AND SENSATION, by JOHN CLELAND, M.D., D.Sc., F.R.S., Professor of Anatomy in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo. 5s.
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CLELAND-THE RELATION OF BRAIN TO MIND. Cr. 8vo. Is.
CUMMING-ON THE VALUE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY TO
MANKIND. Being the Oxford Cobden Prize Essay for 1880. By A. N. CUMMING, M.A. Crown 8vo. IS.
DEAS-HISTORY OF THE CLYDE TO THE PRESENT TIME.
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DERBY, Earl of INAUGURAL ADDRESS on his Installation as Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow. By the Right Honourable The EARL OF DERBY. 8vo. IS.
DICKSON--ST. PAUL'S USE OF THE TERMS FLESH AND SPIRIT. Being the BAIRD LECTURE for 1883. By WILLIAM P. DICKSON, M.A., D.D., Professor of Divinity in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo.
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EWING MEMOIR OF JAMES EWING, ESQ., M.P., of Strathleven. By the REV. M. MACKAY, LL.D. Fcap. 4to. 2IS.
FREELAND-A BIRTH SONG AND OTHER POEMS.
Always happy, tender, and pleasant. The volume stamps Mr. Freeland as a true poet."-Dundee Advertiser.
"Contains verses the world will not willingly let die."-The Echo.
GAIRDNER, Charles - FOREIGN TRADE.
By CHARLES GAIRDNER, Manager of the Union Bank of Scotland. Second Edition.
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GAIRDNER, Professor-MEDICAL EDUCATION, CHARACTER, AND CONDUCT. By W. T. GAIRDNER, M.D., Professor of Practice of Medicine in the University of Glasgow, Physician in Ordinary to Her Majesty the Queen in Scotland. Crown 8vo.
GEMMEL-THE TIBERIAD; or, The Art of Hebrew Accentuation. A Didactive Poem, in Three Books. By JOHN GEMMEL, D.D., Fairlie. Extra fcap. 8vo. 35.
GLASGOW UNIVERSITY LOCAL EXAMINATIONS. Scheme of Examinations for 1884, and Report for 1883. Published annually. Crown 8vo. 6d.
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GLASGOW-THE OLD COUNTRY HOUSES OF THE OLD GLASGOW GENTRY. Illustrated by permanent Photographs. Royal 4to. Half Red Morocco, gilt top. Second Edition. Very scarce. £10, 105.
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GLASGOW-MEMORABILIA OF THE CITY OF GLASGOW Selected from the Minute Books of the Burgh, 1568 to 1750. Fcap. 4to. Half Morocco. Very scarce. 63s.
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GRANT-CHRISTIAN BAPTISM EXPLAINED.
GRANT-THE LORD'S SUPPER EXPLAINED.
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GRAY, David-THE POETICAL WORKS OF DAVID GRAY. Edited by HENRY GLASSFORD BELL, late Sheriff of Lanarkshire. New and enlarged Edition, extra fcap. 8vo. 6s. "Gems of poetry, exquisitely set."-Glasgow News.
HEDDERWICK-THE VILLA BY THE SEA, AND OTHER POEMS. BY JAMES HEDDERWICK, LL.D.
"A remarkable poem."-Glasgow Herald.
HAMILTON, Janet-POEMS, ESSAYS, AND SKETCHES, comprising the principal pieces from her complete works. By JANET HAMILTON. Crown 8vo. Cloth Gilt. 512 pages. 5s. "It is a book containing the Memoirs, Poems, and other Compositions of, to my mind, the most remarkable old woman I have ever heard of-Janet Hamilton, who lived, I think, in the town of Coatbridge in Scotland. Certainly there are some of her poems that if placed among the poems of Burns in a volume of his, no one would for a moment doubt that they were the productions of the greatest of all the Scottish Poets. Hers, I think, is an amazing story. I confess it has surprised me beyond anything I have read for a long time, and I doubt if we have a record of a more remarkable person than my old friend, Janet Hamilton."-The Right Hon. JOHN BRIGHT, M.P., at the opening of the Birmingham Library. "One of the most remarkable books that has fallen into our hands for a long time past. It is a book that ennobles life."-Athenæum.
The name of Janet Hamilton is one of the most remarkable in the history of Scottish poesy. Her verses possess the fervour, pathos, and genuine truthfulness of a Tannahill, and even in all but his best pieces, of a Burns." --Glasgow Herald.
JEBB THE ANABASIS OF XENOPHON.—Book III., with the Modern Greek Version of Constantine Bardalachos, and with an Introduction by R. C. JEBB, M.A., Professor of Greek in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo. 2S. LEISHMAN-A SYSTEM OF MIDWIFERY, INCLUDING THE DISEASES OF PREGNANCY AND THE PUERPERAL STATE. By WILLIAM LEISHMAN, M.D., Regius Professor of Midwifery in the University of Glasgow. Demy 8vo. 880 pp., with 210 Engravings. Third Edition, revised. 21s. "It is the best English work on the subject."-Lancet. "We should counsel the student by all means to procure Dr. Leishman's work."-London Medical Record.
LEITCH-PRACTICAL EDUCATIONISTS AND THEIR SYSTEMS
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MACLEOD, NORMAN, D.D.-Sermons on the occasion of his Death. 8vo. IS.
M'KENDRICK-OUTLINES OF PHYSIOLOGY, IN ITS RELATIONS TO MAN. By J. GRAY M‘KENDRICK, M.D., F.R.S.E., Professor of Physiology in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo. 750 pages, and 250 Engravings.
12s. 6d. "We have much pleasure in confidently recommending this work to students of medicine and others, as being the one of all others of recent date, best suited for their requirements."-British Medical Journal. "An admirable book on physiology."-British Quarterly Review. "The style is clear, and the illustrations numerous."-Practitioner.
M'KINLAY, J. Murray-Poems. Extra fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
LORD'S THREE RAISINGS FROM THE DEAD. By the REV. HUGH MACMILLAN, LL.D., F.R.S.E., Author of "Bible Teachings in Nature." Crown 8vo. 6s. "A book on one of the most trying themes, which is at once edifying and instructive, full of devotional fervour as of fine thought."-Nonconformist. "A spirit of earnest piety pervades the book; its language is simple and unaffected, and it abounds in apt and felicitous illustrations."-Scotsman.
MOODS-A POEM. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6s. 6d.
MORTON--THE TREATMENT OF SPINA BIFIDA BY A NEW METHOD. BY JAMES MORTON, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica, Anderson's College. Crown 8vo. 5s.