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THRING.–Works by Edward Thring, M.A., Head Master of

Uppingham :- THE ELEMENTS of GRAMMAR taught in ENGLISH. With Questions. Fourth Edition.

18mo. 25.
THE CHILD'S GRAMMAR. Being the substance of “The
Elements of Grammar taught in English,” adapted for the use of
Junior Classes. A New Edition. 18mo. Is.
The author's effort in these two books has been to point out the broad,

beaten, every-day path, carefully avoiding digressions into the bye-ways
and eccentricities of language. This work took its rise from questionings
in National Schools, and the whole of the first part is merely the writing
out in order the answers to questions which have been used already with

Its success, not only in National Schools, from practical work in which it took its rise, but also in classical schools, is full of encourage

success.

ment.

SCHOOL SONGS. A collection of Songs for Schools. With the Music arranged for Four Voices. Edited by the Rev. E. THRING and H. RICCIUS. Music Size.

7s, 6d.

DIVINITY,

EASTWOOD.THE BIBLE WORD BOOK. A Glossary of Old

English Bible Words. By J. EASTWOOD, M.A., of St. John's College, and W. ALDIS WRIGHT, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. 18mo. 5s. 6d.

(Uniform with Macmillan's School Class Books.) HARDWICK.-A HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

MIDDLE AGE. From Gregory the Great to the Excommunication
of Luther. By ARCHDEACON HARDWICK. Edited by FRANCIS
PROCTER, M.A. With Four Maps constructed for this work by
A. KEITH JOHNSTON. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. Ios. 6d.
The History commences with the time of Gregory the Great, and is carried

down to the year 1520,--the year when Luther, having been expelled from those Churches that adhered to the Communion of the Pope, established a provisional form of government and opened a fresh era in the history of

Europe. A HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH during the REFORMATION. By ARCHDEACON HARDWICK. Revised by FRANCIS PROCTER, M.A. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. Ios. 6d. This work forms a Sequel to the author's book on The Middle Ages. The author's wish has been to give the reader a trustworthy version of those stirring incidents which mark the Reformation period.

MACLEAR.–Works by the Rev. G. F. Maclear, B.D., Head

Master of King's College School, and Preacher at the Temple
Church :-
A CLASS-BOOK of OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY. Fourth
Edition, with Four Maps. 18mo. cloth, 4s. 6d.
“ A work which for fulness and accuracy of information may be confidently
recommended to teachers as one of the best text-books of Scripture History

which can be put into a pupil's hands.”—Educational Times.

“A well-arranged summary of the scriptural story.”Guardian. - A CLASS-BOOK of NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY: in

cluding the Connection of the Old and New Testament. With
Four Maps. Second Edition. 18mo. cloth. 5s. 6d.
“Mr. Maclear has produced in this handy little volume a singularly clear

and orderly arrangement of the Sacred Story. . . . His work is solidly and

completely done."-Athenæum. A SHILLING BOOK of OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY, for National and Elementary Schools. With Map. 18mo. cloth. A SHILLING BOOK of NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY, for National and Elementary Schools. With Map. 18mo. cloth. CLASS BOOK of the CATECHISM of the CHURCH of

ENGLAND. 18mo. cloth, 25. 6d.
PROCTER.-A HISTORY of the BOOK of COMMON PRAYER:

with a Rationale of its Offices. By FRANCIS PROCTER, M.A.
Seventh Edition, revised and enlarged. Crown 8vo. Ios. 6d.
In the course of the last twenty years the whole question of Liturgical know-

ledge has been reopened with great learning and accurate research, and it
is mainly with the view of epitomizing their extensive publications, and
correcting by their help the errors and misconceptions which had obtained

currency, that the present volume has been put together. AN ELEMENTARY HISTORY of the BOOK of COMMON PRAYER. By FRANCIS PROCTER, M.A. Second Edition. 18mo. 25. 6d. The author having been frequently urged to give a popular abridgment of

his larger work in a form which should be suited for use in schools and for general readers, has attempted in this book to trace the History of the Prayer-Book, and to supply to the English reader the general results which in the larger work are accompanied by elaborate discussions and references to authorities indispensable to the student. It is hoped that this book may form a useful manual to assist people generally to a more intelligent use of

the Forms of our Common Prayer. PSALMS of DAVID Chronologically Arranged. By Four FRIENDS.

Crown 8vo., Ios. 6d.
“ It is a work of choice scholarship and rare delicacy of touch and feeling."

-British Quarterly.

RAMSA Y.-THE CATECHISER'S MANUAL; or, the Church

Catechism illustrated and explained, for the use of Clergymen,
Schoolmasters, and Teachers. By ARTHUR RAMSAY, M.A.

Second Edition. 18mo. Is. 6d.
MPSON.-AN EPITOME of the HISTORY of the CHRIST.

IAN CHURCH. By WILLIAM SIMPSON, M.A. Fourth

Edition. Fcap. 8vo. 35. 6d. SWAINSON.-A HAND-BOOK to BUTLER'S ANALOGY.

By C. A. SWAINSON, D.D., Norrisian Professor of Divinity at

Cambridge. Crown 8vo. Is. 6d.
WESTCOTT.-A GENERAL SURVEY of the HISTORY of the

CANON of the NEW_TESTAMENT during the First Four
Centuries. By BROOKE Foss WESTCOTT, B.D., Assistant Master
at Harrow. Second Edition, revised. Crown 8vo. 1os. 6d.
The Author has endeavoured to connect the history of the New Testament

Canon with the growth and consolidation of the Church, and to point out
the relation existing between the amount of evidence for the authenticity
of its component parts and the whole mass of Christian literature. Such a
method of inquiry will convey both the truest notion of the connexion of
the written Word with the living Body of Christ, and the surest conviction

of its divine authority. INTRODUCTION to the STUDY of the FOUR GOSPELS. By BROOKE Foss WESTCOTT, B.D. Third Edition. Crown 8vo. Ios. 6d. This book is intended to be an Introduction to the Study of the Gospels. In a subject which involves so vast a literature much must have been over

but the author has made it a point at least to study the researches of the great writers, and consciously to neglect none. THE BIBLE in the CHURCH. A Popular Account of the Collection and Reception of the Holy Scriptures in the Christian Churches. Second Edition. By BROOKE FOSS WESTCOTT, B.D. 18mo. cloth, 4s. 6d. “Mr. Westcott has collected and set out in a popular form the principal facts

concerning the history of the Canon of Scripture. The work is executed

with Mr. Westcott's characteristic ability.”—Journal of Sacred Literature. WILSON.-AN ENGLISH HEBREW and CHALDEE LEXI

CON and CONCORDANCE to the more Correct Understanding
of the English translation of the Old Testament, by reference to
the Original Hebrew. By WILLIAM WILSON, D.D., Canon of
Winchester, late Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford. Second
Edition, carefully Revised. 4to. cloth, 25s.
The aim of this work is, that it should be useful to Clergymen and all

persons engaged in the study of the Bible, even when they do no

possess a knowledge of Hebrew; while able Hebrew scholars have borne testimony to the help that they themselves have found in it.

looked ;

BOOKS ON EDUCATION,

ARNOLD.-A FRENCH ETON; or, Middle-Class Education and

the State. By MATTHEW ARNOLD. Fcap. 8vo. cloth, 25. 6d.
A very interesting dissertation on the system of secondary instruction in

France, and on the advisability of copying the system in England."

Saturday Review.
SCHOOLS and UNIVERSITIES on the CONTINENT. 8vo.
IOS. 6d.

BLAKE.-A VISIT to some AMERICAN SCHOOLS and COL

LEGES. By SOPHIA JEX BLAKE. Crown 8vo. cloth. 6s.
“Miss Blake gives a living picture of the schools and colleges themselves, in

which that education is carried on.-Pall-Mall Gazette.
“Miss Blake has written an entertaining book upon an important subject;

and while we thank her for some valuable information, we venture to thank her also for the very agreeable manner in which she imparts it."

Athenaun. “We have not often met with a more interesting work on education than

that before us.”—Educational Times. ESSAYS ON A LIBERAL EDUCATION. By CHARLES STUART

PARKER, MA., HENRY SIDGWICK, M.A., LORD HOUGHTON, JOHN SEELEY, M.A., Rev. F. W. FARRAR, M. A., F.R.S., &c., E. E. BOWEN, M.A., F.R.A.S., J. W. HALES, M.A., J. M. WILSON, M.A., F.G.S., F.R.A.S., W. JOHNSON, M.A. Edited by the Rev. F. W. FARRAR, M.A., F.R.S., late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Fellow of King's College, London ; Assistant Master at Harrow; Author of “Chapters on Language,” &c.,

&c. Second Edition. In One Volume, 8vo. cloth, ios. 6d. FARRAR.-ON SOME DEFECTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOL

EDUCATION. A Lecture delivered at the Royal Institution.

With Notes and Appendices. Crown 8vo. Is. THRING.-EDUCATION AND SCHOOL. By the Rev. EDWARD

THRING, M.A., Head Master of Uppingham. Second Edition.

Crown 8vo. cloth. 6s. YOUMANS.—MODERN CULTURE: its True Aims and Require

ments. A Series of Addresses and Arguments on the Claims of Scientific Education. Edited by EDWARD L. YOUMANS, M.D. Crown 8vo. 8s. 6d.

CAMBRIDGE :-PRINTED BY JONATHAN PALMER.

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