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PUBLISHERS TO THE
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW.
Catalogue of Books.
ALEXANDER, Patrick, M.A.—CARLYLE REDIVIVUS. Being an Occasional Discourse on Sauerteig. By SMELFUNGUS. Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo. IS.
"An admirably witty parody of Mr. Carlyle's eccentric style and remarkable views about heroes. Exceedingly witty, and excellent fun made of Mr. Carlyle's weaker points."—Saturday Review.
ANDERSON-ON THE CURABILITY OF ATTACKS OF TUBER
CULAR PERITONITIS AND ACUTE PHTHISIS. By T. M'CALL ANDERSON, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo, Illustrated. 2s. 6d.
ANDERSON-LECTURES ON MEDICAL NURSING, delivered in the Royal Infirmary, Glasgow. By J. WALLACE ANDERSON, M.D., Lecturer on Medicine. Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
"An admirable guide." -Lancet.
"The very important subjects these lectures discuss are severally treated with clearness, precision and sound judgment."-Spectator.
ANDREWS-THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SCEPTICISM AND PHENOMENALISM. By JAMES ANDREWS. Crown 8vo.
ARGYLL, Duke of WHAT THE TURKS ARE; AND HOW WE HAVE BEEN HELPING THEM. By His Grace the DUKE OF ARGYLL, K.T. Second Edition. 8vo. IS.
BANNATYNE-GUIDE TO THE EXAMINATIONS FOR PROMOTION IN THE INFANTRY. Containing Questions and Answers on Regimental Duties. PART I. Ranks of Lieutenant and Captain. By LIEUTENANT COLONEL BANNATYNE. Seventeenth Edition. Crown 8vo. 7s.
BANNATYNE-GUIDE FOR PROMOTION. PART II. Rank of Major. Fourteenth Edition. Crown 8vo. 75.
- INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAYMENT OF TROOPS AND COMPANIES IN THE CAVALRY AND INFANTRY. Small 8vo. 6s.
BANNATYNE-BRIGADE DRILL. Small 8vo. IS.
BATHGATE-COLONIAL EXPERIENCES; OR SKETCHES OF PEOPLE AND PLACES IN THE PROVINCE of Otago, New ZEALAND. By A. BATHGATE, Dunedin. Crown8vo. 7s. 6d. "Anybody who may be desirous of getting an idea of the real state of matters in New Zealand, cannot do better than read Mr. Bathgate's pleasant, chatty, unpretending colonial experiences."-Leeds Mercury.
BELL—Among the Rocks AROUND GLASGOW. A Series of Excursion Sketches and Other Papers. With a Coloured Map. By Dugald Bell. Crown 8vo. 6s.
BLACKBURN-CAW, CAW; or, the Chronicle of the Crows: a Tale of the Spring Time. Illustrated by J. B. (MRS. HUGH BLACKBURN). 4to. 2s. 6d.
PIPITS. By the Author of "Caw, Caw," with Sixteen page Illustrations by J. B. 4to. 35.
"This is a charming fable in verse, illustrated by the well-known J. B., whose power in delineating animals, especially birds, is scarcely inferior to Landseer or Rosa Bonheur."-Courant.
BONAR-PARSON MALTHUS. By JAMES BONAR, B.A., Oxon, Crown 8vo. IS.
BROWN-THe Life of a SCOTTISH PROBATIONER.
the Memoir of THOMAS DAVIDSON, with his POEMS and LETTERS. By the REV. JAMES BROWN, D.D., of St. James' Church, Paisley. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.
A charming little biography. His was one of those rare natures which fascinates all who come in contact with it."-Spectator.
"A worthy record of a man of rare genius-dead ere his prime. His poems are as beautiful as flowers or birds."-Dr. John Brown, Author of "Rab and his Friends."
"This life of an unknown Scotch probationer is equal in interest to anything of the kind we have had since Carlyle's 'Life of Sterling' was written. Thomas Davidson, as a poet, as a humourist, as a simple, loving, honest, reticent, valiant soul, demands adequate recognition at the hands of the critic-a career kind and unostentatious, glorified, however in its uneventful homeliness by a rare vein of poetry and a rich vein of humour. The poetry is genuine, the humour is genuine, and the character (that which underlies both) as genuine as the poetry and the humour-the humour, indeed, went deep into the life." -Blackwood's Magazine.
"Davidson's letters and poems prove him incomparably superior in genius, wit, and humour to any Border poet of this century, except, it may be, Thomas Aird."-Dundee Advertiser.
"It is an unspeakable pleasure to a reviewer weary of wading through piles of commonplace to come unexpectedly on a prize such as this."—Nonconformist.
"A very fresh and interesting little book."-Saturday Review.
BUCHANAN-CAMP LIFE IN THE CRIMEA AS SEEN BY A CIVILIAN. A Personal Narrative by GEORGE BUCHANAN, M.A., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery in the University of Glasgow. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d.
CAIRD, Principal-AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION. By the VERY Reverend JohN CAIRD, D.D., Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Glasgow, and one of Her Majesty's Chaplains for Scotland. Third Thousand. Demy 8vo. IOS. 6d.
"It is the business of the reviewer to give some notion of the book which he reviews, either by a condensation of its contents or by collecting the cream in the shape of short selected passages; but this cannot be done with a book like the one before us, of which the argument does not admit of condensation, and which is all cream.........The most valuable book of its kind that has appeared."-Mr. T. H. Green in The Academy.
It is remarkable also for its marvellous power of exposition and graceful subtlety of thought. Hegel's solution of the problem of religion is at length adequately represented in English literature. Hegelianism has never appeared so attractive as it appears in the clear and fluent pages of Principal Caird."--Spectator.
CAIRD, Principal-UNIVERSITY SERMONS AND LECTURES.
1. WHAT IS RELIGION?
2. CHRISTIAN MANLINESS.
3. IN MEMORIAM. A Sermon on the Death of the Very REV. Principal THOMAS BARCLAY, D.D.
4. THE UNIVERSAL RELIGION. A Lecture delivered in Westminster Abbey, on the day of Intercession for Missions.
5. THE UNITY OF THE SCIENCES. A Lecture.
6. THE PROGRESSIVENESS OF THE SCIENCES. A Lecture.
CAIRD, Professor E.-A CRITICAL ACCOUNT OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF KANT: with an Historical Introduction. By EDWARD CAIRD, M.A., LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow, and late Fellow and Tutor of Merton College, Oxford. 8vo.
[New Edition in Preparation.
CAIRD, Professor E.-THE PROBLEM OF PHILOSOPHY AT THE PRESENT TIME. Crown 8vo.