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Art. VI.-The Princess; a Medley. By Alfred Tennyson ...

VII.-1. Practical Christian's Library.

2. Devotional Library. Edited by Walter Farquhar

Hook.

3. Christian Knowledge Society Publications.

4. Hints on Private Devotion. By the Rev. C.

Marriott, Fellow of Oriel College

402

VIII.-1. An Inquiry into the Doctrine of the Church of

England upon Absolution. By the Rev. William
Maskell, M.A. Vicar of St. Mary's Church, and

Domestic Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Exeter.
2. A Letter to the Rev. W. Maskell, M.A. By the

Rev. F. T. Hill, M.A. Incumbent of Escot

Church, St. Mary, Exeter.

3. Auricular Confession. A Sermon preached in

the Parish Church of Leeds, October 29th, 1848.

With a Preface, Appendix, and copious Notes.

By Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D. Vicar of Leeds 430

IX.-1. Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister, pro-

hibited by Holy Scripture, as understood by the
Church for 1500 years. Evidence given before
the Commission, &c. ; with a Preface, by E. B.
Pusey, D.D. Regius Professor of Hebrew. To
which is appended a Speech delivered in the
Court of Queen's Bench, &c. by Edward Badely,

Esq. M.A. Barrister-at-Law.
2. Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister con-

sidered. A Charge delivered at the Visitation
in 1842, by J. B. Hollingworth, D.D. &c.

&c. &c.

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Discourse concerning Prayer : espe-
cially of Frequenting the daily Public Prayers. In Two
Parts. The First Part on Prayer generally. The Second
on Public Prayer. By SYMON PATRICK, D.D. Lord

Bishop of Ely. Price Is. 6d.
The Heart's Ease, or a Remedy against all Troubles.

A Consolatory Discourse ; particularly directed to those who have lost
their Friends and dear Relations. To which is added Two Papers
printed in the Time of the Plague, 1665. By Symon PATRICK,
D.D. Lord Bishop of Ely. Price ls. 6d.

Advice to a Friend. By Symon PATRICK, D.D. Lord
Bishop of Ely. Price 1s. 6d.

Do good unto thy Friend before thou die.—Ecclus. xiv. 13.
Symon Patrick was successively Bishop of Chichester and of Ely. The
stile of this Prelate is even and easy, his compositions rational and full of
good and sound sense. Bishop Burnet ranks him among those many wor-
thy and eminent clergy in this nation, who deserved a high character;
and were indeed an honour to the church and to the age in which they

lived.-Biog. Dict. 1762. Contemplations of the State of Man. In this Life and in That which is to come. By JEREMY TAYLOR, D.D. Is. 6d.

I never read any thing with more Comfort, or which made a greater

impression upon my Soul.–Bp. Hall, D.D. The Pathway to Piety. By Robert Hill, D.D.

In Two Volumes. The First Volume containing An Exposition of the Lord's Prayer, with an Apology for Public and Private set Prayer. A Preparation to the Lord's Supper, with M. Zanchius' Confession concerning set Prayer. The Second Volume containing A Direction to a Christian Life, both in our general and particular Callings, an Instruction to die well

, with divers Consolations, Prayers, and Thanks-
givings, fit for this Treatise. Price ls. 6d.
Pray to Receive,

Live to Die once,
Receive to Live;

Die to Live ever.
This is the sum of this Book.
The Penitent Pilgrim. Printed in the year 1641.
Price ls. 6d.

Come and hearken, all ye that fear God, and I will tell you what he hath done to my soul.-Psalm 66, v. 16.

Sparkles of Glory: or Some Beams of the Morning

Star. Wherein are many Discoveries as to Truth and Peace. To
the Establishment and pure Enlargement of a Christian in Spirit and
Truth. By John SALTMARSH. Price Ls. 6d.

His coming is prepared as the morning.–Hosea 3.
The only scope of this book is to mind ye of an higher excellency than

mere created things can afford ye, of the truth as it is in Jesus, or in Spirit. The Old Religion. Demonstrated in its Principles

, and described in the Life and Practice thereof. In 'Two Parts. The First Part contains An Introduction to an Holy and Comfortable Life. The Second Part contains The Practice of Holy and Comfortable Living. By John GOODMAN, D.D. Rector of Hadham, in Hertfordshire. Price ls. 6d.

Thus saith the Lord, Stand ye in the ways and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.

For I am not describing a new way to Heaven, but directing thee in the good old way which the Holy Scriptures have marked out, and which wise

and good men all along have walked in.—Preface. Learn to Live.

A Treatise of Learning to Live. Wherein is shewed that the Life of Christ is and ought to be an express Pattern for Imitation unto the Life of a Christian, so far as in him lieth. By CHRISTOPHER SUTTON, D.D. Price 1s. 6d.

Assuredly, we do our calling open injury, acknowledging the holy Catholic Christian Faith, when our Profession promiseth one thing, and our Practice performeth another.

Learn to Die.

A religious Discourse, moving every Christian Man to enter into a serious Remembrance of his End. Wherein also is contained the mean and manner of disposing himself to God, before and at the time of his Departure. By CHRISTOPHER SUTTON, D.D. Price Is. 6d.

Put thy house in order, for thou shalt not live but die. Esay 38. Abraham died in a good old age, for why? Abraham persevered in good resolutions, in his old age; yea, even unto the end.

Your several Treatises are very Christian; and most necessary for this dying age to all goodness; your phrase and vein of penning sweet and pathetical, your allusions divine and comfortable. -Letter to Author, by R. K.

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The Great Mystery of Godliness. Laid forth by way of Affectuous and Feeling Meditation. Also the Invisible World

, discovered to Spiritual Eyes, and reduced to Useful Meditation. In Three Books. The First, Of God and his Angels. The Second, of the Souls of Blessed Men. The Third, Of the Devils and damned Souls. By JosEPH HALL, D.D. Lord Bishop of Norwich. ls.6d.

" His works,” says Mr. Bayle, " are filled with fine thoughts, excellent morality, and a great deal of Piety.”Biog. Dict.

NEW BOOKS
IN THE COURSE OF PUBLICATION

BY

MESSRS. RIVINGTON,

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, AND WATERLOO PLACE.

I.

ELEMENTS of INSTRUCTION concerning the CHURCH,

and the English Branch of it; being an Introduction to the THEOPHILUS
ANGLICANUS. By CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, D.D., Canon
of Westminster. 'In 12mo. 38. 6d. (Nearly ready.)

Lately published, by the same Author,
THEOPHILUS ANGLICANUS, Fifth Edition.

8s. 6d.

II.
The FOUR GOSPELS, with ANNOTATIONS. By the

Right Rev. JOHN LONSDALE, D.D., Bishop of Lichfield, and the
Ven. WILLIAM HALE, M.A., Archdeacon of London. In 4to. 15s.

This volume is printed uniformly with the Quarto Edition of D'Oyly and Mant's Family Bible, but differs from that work, inasmuch as it consists of an entirely original Explanatory Commentary upon the Sacred Text, instead of a compilation of extracts from various authors.

III. ESSAYS on SUBJECTS connected with the REFORMATION

in ENGLAND. (Reprinted from the British MAGAZINE, with Additions.) By the Rev. S. R. MAITLAND, D.D., F.R.S., F.S.A, sometime Librarian to the late Archbishop of Canterbury, and Keeper of the MSS. at Lambeth. In 8vo. 15s. (Now ready.)

Lately published, by the same Author, (uniformly printed)
The DARK AGES; ESSAYS illustrating the RELIGION and LITE-

RATURE of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Centuries. Second
Edition. 12s.

IV.
LECTURES, HISTORICAL, DOCTRINAL, an PRAC-

TICAL, on the CATECHISM of the CHURCH of ENGLAND.
By FRANCIS-RUSSELL NIXON, D.D., Lord Bishop of Tasmania.
Fourth Edition. In 8vo. 18s. (Now ready.)

V

The GREEK TESTAMENT; with a critically revised Text;

a Digest of various Readings; Marginal References to Verbal and Idiomatic Usage; and a copious Critical and Exegetical Commentary in English. Including the results of the labours of the most recent foreign Commentators. For the Use of Theological Students and Ministers. By HENRY ALFORD, M.A., Vicar of Wymeswold, Leicestershire, and late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. In 2 vols. 8vo. (Preparing for Publication.)

VI. USE and ABUSE ; a Tale. By the Author of “Wayfaring

Sketches among the Greeks and Turks, and on the Shores of the Danube, by a Seven Years Resident in Greece.” In post 8vo. 10s. 6d. (Just published.)

VII. LECTURES on the APOCALYPSE, Critical, Espository,

and Practical ; delivered before the University of Cambridge ; being the HULSEAN LECTURES for 1848. By CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, D.D., Canon of Westminster. In 1 vol. 8vo. 13s.

* A SUPPLEMENTAL Volume, containing the ORIGINAL Greek Text from the best MSS., and a revised English Translation, is in the Press.

VIII.
A MEMOIR of the late Right Rev. RICHARD MANT,

D.D., Lord Bishop of Down, Connor, and Dromore. By the Ven.
EDWARD BERENS, M.A., Archdeacon of Berks. With Portrait.
In small 8vo. (Nearly ready.)

IX.

The SERVANTS’ HALL; a Tale. Edited by a Clergyman.

In small 8vo. 3s. 6d. (Now ready.)

X.

MEDITATIONS from the FATHERS of the FIRST FIVE

CENTURIES, arranged as Devotional Exercises on the BOOK of COMMON PRAYER. Intended to promote Soundness in the Faith, and Holiness of Life. By the Rev. J. ENDELL TYLER, B.D., Rector of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, and Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's. In 2 vols. small 8vo. (Nearly ready.)

XI.

ADDRESSES on MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS. By

the Rev. JAMES S. M. ANDERSON, M.A., Perpetual Curate of St. George's Chapel, Brighton, and Preacher of Lincoln's Inn.

CONTENTS :- 1. The Profitable Employment of Time. 2. Dr. Johnson. 3. Columbus. 4. Sir Walter Raleigh. 5. England and her Colonies.

In small 8vo. (Nearly ready.)

XII. A COMPANION to the ALTAR; or Week's Preparation for

the HOLY COMMUNION. With suitable Meditations and Prayers for the Office. By the late Bishop HOBART, of New York, U.S. (Reprinted from the Twenty-first American Edition.) To which is added, the Communion Office of the Church of England. Edited by the Rev. JOHN COLLINGWOOD, M.A., one of the Masters of Christ's Hospital, and Minister of Duke-street Episcopal Chapel, Westminster. (In a Pocket Volume.) 33. 6d.

XIII. COMFORT for the AFFLICTED. Selected from various

Authors. Edited by the Rev. C. E. KENNAWAY. With a Preface by S. WILBERFORCE, D.D., Lord Bishop of Oxford. Third Edition. Small 8vo. 58.

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