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OUTLINE OF THE PERFORMANCES.) TUESDAY MORNING, August 25ch, Elijah.' TILSDAY EVENING, Xew Cantata by Mr. Frederick H. Cowen, entitled

eeping Beauty,' Composed for this Festival, And a Miscellaneous 6 toe, including Overture by Wagner. WUNDAY MORNING, Aurust 26th, Mors et Vita, Composed ex

pressly for this Fatiral by Monsieur Charles Gounod. WEDNESDAY EVENING, New Cantata by Mr. Thomas Anderton,

ested Yuletide.' Violin Concerto, composed by Mr. Alexander

C Mackenzie. And Symphony by Mr. Ebenezer Prout. THESDAY MORNING, August 27th, Messiah.' TECASDAT EFENING, & New Cantata. The Spectre's Bride,' by

Herr Anton Drorat, composed expressly for this Festival. Mr. Gads:obes Latin Transla ton of Rock Of Ages,' Composed by Dr.

Bridge Organist of Westminster Abbey. FIDAY MORNING, August 28th, New Oratorio. *The Three Holy

Caidria,' Cotra posed for this Festival by C. Villiers Stanford. Beet

bores's Choral Symphony.' FRIDAY EVENING, Mors et Vita.'

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ST. ANDREWS, N.B. Head Mistress, Miss DOVE Certificated Student of Girton College, Cambridge. This School provides a thorough Education at a moderate cost House Girls received from the age of Nine.

NEXT TERM begins 2nd OCTOBER.

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WOOLWICH, SANDHURST, and other Examinations.- Mr. F. MEREWETHER (B.A. Oxou), sometime Master at Cheltenham College, RECEIVES a limited number of PUPILS at CHALET de LUCENS, Capton Vaud. Efficient staff Every facility for Modern Languages. Heferences kindly permittd to the Bishop of Dover, the Dean of Canterbury, and Parents of former Pupils.-For particulars apply to Mr. MEREW ETHER, or to Messrs. ASKIN, GABBITAS & KILLIK, 38, Sackville-street, W., who will forward Prospectus and more detailed information on application.

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BLACKHEATH, PROPRIETARY SCHOOL:

SESSION 1883-88 will OPEN on TUESDAY, October 20, and the SUPPLEMENTAL MATRICULATION, and SCHOLARSHIP EXAMI. NATIONS will be proceeded with on the dates laid down in the College Calendar.

The LECTURES in ARTS, MEDICINE, and ENGINEERING will commence un TUESDAY, November 3; and the LAW LECTURES on December 1.

The LECTURES on BOTANY and MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE, and the Summer Course of PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY, will commence on May 3, 186.

The following Scholarships will be open to competition, at the commencement of the Session, under the conditions laid down in the College Calendar. Junior Scholars are exempted from One-Hail of the Class Fees for the Courses prescribed to Students of their faculty and standing (Honour Courses excepted) during the Term of Scholarship :

JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS.

FACULTY OF ARTS. Annual Value, 241.
Fifteen are awarded for proficiency in Literature. viz.-

Five open to Students commencing their first Year.
Five

Second Year.
Five

Third Year.
Fifteen are awarded for proficiency in Science, viz -

Five open to Students commencing their First Year.
Five

Second Year.
Five

Third Year.
There is no Examination for the Scholarships in Literature and
Science of the Third Year, they are held by the scholars of the second
Year of the previous Session, under such regulations as the Council
may prescribe.

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING. Annual Value, 20%.
Two open to Students commencing their First Year.
Two

Second Year.
One

Third Year.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE. Annual Value, 251.
Two open to Students commencing their First Year.
Two

Second Year.
Two

Third Year.
Two

Fourth Year.
FACULTY OF LAW. Annual Value, 201.
One open to Students commencing their First Year.
One

Second Year.
One

Third Year.
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS.

Annual Value, 40%. Eight open to Matriculated Students under the conditions laid down in the Calendar.

ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIPS. 1. A SULLIVAN SCHOLARSHIP, of the annual value of 404., tenable for three years.

2. A SIR HERCULES PAKENHAM SCHOLARSHIP, of the annual value of about 234., tenable for two years.

3. A PORTER SCHOLARSHIP, of the annual value of 501., tenable for two years.

4. A DUNVILLE STUDENTSHIP, tenable for two years, of the value of 454. for the first year and 1001, for the second year.

5. An ANDREWS STUDENTSHIP, of the aggregate value of about 1601.

The EXHIBITION connected with the ROYAL ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION will be awarded at the same time.

The COLLEGE CLASSES embrace the branches of instruction required for admission to the Civil and Military Services, and for the Indian and other public Competitive Examinations.

For further information see the Belfast Queen's College Calendar for 1885-6; or apply, personally or by letter, to the Rexistrar of the College By order of the President,

JOHN PURSER, M.A., Registrar.

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WANTED, immediately, EDITOR for WEEKLY

President- The Right Rev the LORD BISHOP of ROCHESTER.Head Master-The Rev. E. WILTON SOUTH, MA., Trinity College, Cambridge, Chancellor's Medalist.-School Fees, 25 Guineas per Annum, Boarders, at 602, and Day Boarders, at 10% per Annum, inclusive of School Fees, are received by Rev. F. R. Burrows, M A., 29, Bennett-park, Blackheath. Apply to the SECRETARY, Proprietary School, Blackheath.

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Principal-Mr. W. BRIGHTWELL. of the Pupils sent up to the University Local Examination 95 per cent. have passed. 62 per cent. in Honours. In the College of Preceptors Examination for 1884 a Pupil from this school took the first place in all Bogland

Colchester is one hour and a quarter distant from London. The locality is exceptionally salubrious.

Terms, 14 to 16 Guineas per Term.

CHIEF LIBRARIAN

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con persons competent to fill the Office of CHIEF LIBRARIAN. 2 salary will be * per annum, with a residence in the library, gas

a teinz provided bs the Committee. Tse Populsion of the Town and District is estimated at 15,000. Arcticar la candidate's own handwriting, stating age, whether heed of single and present or previous employment as a Librarian, Librerired addressed to me at my Office and endorsed Application La Listerian, 09:0 Wednesday, the 12th August next.

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UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW, Session 1885-86.

PRINTING

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ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S

Voli TURNERS LUBERI KETURRIORUM.' | MESSRS, PUTTICK.& SIMPSON will SELLI

ST. THOMASS HOSPITAL MEDICAL SCHOOL,

MUDIE'SO SE LE CITILIB RARY, LIMITED,

MESSRS. HODGSON will SELL by AUCTIO:

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, CATA The Collection of American Dollars and Half-Dollars, the I LOGUES, PROSPECTUSES CIRCULARS, &c. in best style, old perty of Mr. H. P. SMITH, of New York, and other a

or modern, at lowest London prices.-BOWDEN, Hudson & Co., 23, Red and Medals from various Cabinets. The WINTER MEDICAL SESSION will be OPENED with an Intro

Lion-street, Holborn. W.C ductory Address by Professor BOWER, MA, on TUESDAY, the 27th

MESSRS: SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODO October. 1683. Complete Courses on all the subjects of the Medical Curriculum are

FOR THE ARTISTIC DECORATION OF THE HOME,

will SELL by ACTION, at their House, No. 13. Welling

street, Strand. W.C. on TUESDAY, August 11, at 1 o'clock precis delivered within the University, and fully equipped Laboratories for

VISIT THE

COINS and MEDALS, comprising a Collection of American Dollar practical instruction are connected with each department. In the

Hall-Dollars, including Proof Srts of the American Coinage for la Western Infirmary, which is in the immediate vicinity, ample means of

&c. - l'atterns of the Coinage of King kalakaua 1. of Hawaii, and van

UTOTYPE FINE-ART GALLERY, Clinical and Pathological Study are afforded The Fee for each Class is 84. 38 ; and the total minimum expenses for Classes, Hospital, und

74, NEW OXFORD-STREET.

Dutch and other Siege Pieces, &c. the Property of Mr. R. P. SMITH

New York; also other small Collections of English Coins, in G Graduation Fees for M.B and CM. amount to about 90

(Twenty doors West of Mudie's Library.)

Silver, and Copper--a large number of Continental Coins in Copper, Bursaries to the annual amount of 1,1504, may be held by Students

a lew Greek and Roman. during their Medical Studies Full particulars connected with the Course of Education and Exami

May be viewed two days prior. Catalogues may be had ; if by p nation required for the Degrees, and the Preliminary Examination

8PLENDID COPIES of the OLD MASTERS

on receipt of two stampa. required to be passed by Student before beginning Medical study, will be

From the most celebrated Galleries of Europe. found in the University Calendar (by post. 38 ); or a Syllabus of the

The Libraries of the late JAMES BURCHELL, Esq.; Regulations, Fees, &c., may be obtained by applying to Mr. Moin, COPIES of REYNOLDS, GAINSBOROUGH, LAWRENCE, Assistant Clerk of Senate.

And rare Works from the Print Room, British Museum.

late Mr. F. NAYLOR; JOHN CALDECOTI, Esq.,

ceased; a Portion of the Library of PHILIP Ć. HAH HOSPITAL and

An Illustrated Pamphlet, 'Autotype in Relation to Household Art,' WICK, Esq., and other Properties.

with i'ress Notices, free per post.
COLLEGE.
Fine-Art Catalogue, 124 pages, price Sixpence, free per post.

MESSRS. SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODE
OPEN SCHOLARSHIPS IN SCIENCE.

will SELL by AL'CTION, at their House, No. 13, Wellingt

street, Strand, WC, on TUESDAY, August 11, and Three Follow TWO SCHOLARSHIPS of the value of 130%. each, tenable for one

Days, at 1 o'clock precisely, the LIBRARIES of the late JAM year, will be competed for on September 26th, 28th, 291, 30th. One of

BURCHELL, Esq. of 34, Gordon-square; the late Mr. F. NAYLO the value of 1307, will be awarded to the best Candidate at this Examination under twenty years of age, if of sufficient merit. For the other, ihe

NATIONAL GALLERY, LONDON.

JOHN CALDECOTT Esq. deceased; a PORTION of the LIKRA

of PHILIPC HARDWICK, Esq., of Hereford-gardens, Park-lade; Candidates must be under twenty-five years of age.

Now ready,

other Properties, comprising valuable County Histories, iodod The Subjects of Examination are Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology,

Nichola's Leicestershire-Hasted's Kent-Hoare's Ancient and Mod and Physiology (no candidate to take more than four subjects).

FIRST and SECOND ISSUE of PERMANENT AL'TOTYPES of the Wiltshire-Surtees's Durham-Ormerod's Cheshire-Vash's Wariet The JEAFFRESON EXHIBITION will be competed for at the same most celebrated PICTURES in the NATIONAL COLLECTION.

shire- Baker's Northamptonshire-Shaw's Staffordshire-Clutterbue time. The Subjects of Examination are Latin, Mathematics, and any

Hertfordshire -- Hutchinson's Dorsetshire, &c. – important Books two of the three following languages, Greek, French, and German

FOREIGN SCHOOL, 284 Subjects.

Prints-and Standard Works in all Classes of English and Foreign L The Classical subjects are those of the London University Matricu.

BRITISH SCHOOL, 65 Subjects.

rature. lation Examination of July, 1883. This is an open Exhibition of the value of 507.

Prospectus and Catalogue free by post on application to the MANAGER. May be viewed two days prior. Catalogues may be had ; if by Candidates must not have entered to the Medical or Surgical Practice

on receipt of four stamps. of any Metropolitan Medical School. The successful Candidates will be required to enter at St. Bar

Collection of Duplicates and Miscellaneous Books from the tholomew's Hospital in the October succeeding the Examination, and

Now ready, completing the work,

Library of a Noble Duke, are eligible for the other Hospital Scholarships and Prizes.

The other Scholarships are: First year-one of 501., one of 30%, and
one of 204. Second year and third year-one of 50%. Third and fourth With Commentaries by the Rev. STOPFORD BROOKE, M.A.

AUCTION, at their House, 47, Leicester-square, W.C. on MO year-two of 30%., one of 401

DAY, August 10, and Following Day. at ten minutes past 1 ocio For particulars application may be made to the WARDEN of the

Price Four Guineas.

precisely, a COLLECTION of DUPLICATES and MISCELLANEO College, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, E.C.

" The distinguishing character of the autotype reproductions is that

BOOKS from the LIBRARY of a NOBLE DUKE, comprising a lar they are cheap and absolutely faithful copies of originals, which may

number of Old English and French Voyages and Travels, Histori themselves be of the very highest excellence; and they are therefore

Memoirs, Novels-Poetical and Dramatic Works-Classics-- Books Albert Embankment, London, S.E. especially adapted for all situations in which the inoderation of their

lating to America--Tracts and Pamphlets, &c., amongst which wil! cost is an important element, and especially for all in which it is

found : Cook's Three Voyages-Life of Katherine de Medicis, Heidelbert The WINTER SESSION of 1885-8 will commence on OCTOBER 1, desirable, for educational reasons, to keep before the eyes either of

1375-Demosthenis Orationes, Aldus, 1504 --Gardiner's Eugland a Grie when an Introductory Address will be delivered by A. O. MACKELLAR, children or of adults the most perfect representations of natural or of

ance in Relation to the Coal Trade, Newcastle-upon-Type, 1663-Bishop Esq., M.Ch., at 3 PM ideal beauty."-Times, September 4th, 1879.

Bible, First Edition (imperfect), 1368--The Vinegar Bible--Dagdal TWO ENTRANCE SCIENCE ECHOLARSHIPS, of 1001 and 60%

Warwickshire, by Thomas, 3 vols.-Dugdale's Baronage, Large Paper respectively, open to all First-Year Students, will be offered for

Old Surveys of Ireland, and English Counties-Loggan's Oxonia competition The Examination will be held on October 5, 6, and 7,

Winstanley's Audley End-Thoroton's Nottingham-various Editions and the subjects will be Chemistry and Physics, with either Botany or

30 to 34, New Oxford-street, London ;

the Common Prayer, including the Sealed Book of Charles II., w Zoology, at the option of Candidates.

Signatures and Seals of the Commissioners--Public Records, role Special Classes are held throughout the year for the Preliminary

2, King-street, Cheapside ; and 281, Regent-street, W.

Strutt's Manners and Customs, Chronicle of England, &c.-a lar Scientific and Intermediate M.B. Examinations of the University of

Collection of interesting Pamphlets of the Seventeenth Century, London.

231 vols.- Foulis's Editions of the Classics-General Stud Book, 6 vol All Hospital Appointments are open to Students without extra

&c. charge.

NEWEST AND BEST BOOKS.

Catalogues on receipt of two stamps. Scholarships and Money Prizes of considerable valge are awarded at the Sessional Examination, as also several Medals.

SUBSCRIPTIONS FROM ONE GUINEA PER ANNUM.

Miscellaneous Books, including a Selection from the Library The Fees may be paid in one sum or by instalmente. Entries may be made to Lectures or to Hospital Practice, and special arrangements are

a Gentleman; the Library of an Eminent Doctor of Dirinut! made for Students entering in their second or subsequent years, also for

CHEAP BOOKS ON SALE.

and the Stock of a Bookseller, deceased. Dental Students and for Qualified Practitioners.

Several Medical Practitioners and Private Families residing in the See Special List of Sets of Works of Popular Authors, and neighbourhood receive Students for residence and supervision, and a

at their_Rooms. 115, Chancery-lane, W.C., on WEDNESDA register of approved lodgings is kept in the Secretary's Office.

MUDIE'S CLEARANCE CATALOGUE FOR AUGUST.

August 12, and Two Following Days, at I o'clock, a large COLLECTIC Prospectuses and all particulars may be obtained from the Medical

of MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, including Ray Society's Publicatiot Secretary, Mr. Gorge Rendle.

W. M. ORD, Dean.
BURNE-JONES. PERMANENT PHOTO. 23 vols.-Philosophical Transactions, 150 various vols. --Nature, 31 vols

Quarterly Microscopical Journal, 16 vols. - Hewitson's Eggs of Briti
GRAPHS of many of the Pictures and Drawings of this Artist

Birds, 2 vols.-Stainton's Tineina, 3 vols. --Harvey's Algæ. vols. - Mor have been made by FREDERICK HOLLYER, and can now be obtained

on Fertilizers, &c. 2 vols.- Jesse's George 111., 3 vols, and Geor Paddington, W. from him direct at 9, Pembroke-square, Kensington.

Selwyn, 3 vols.-Winkles's Cathedrals, 3 vols.--Wallon, Le Tribur EXTENSION of the SCHOOL BUILDINGS and HOSPITAL. Subjects and prices will be sent post free on application.

Révolutionnaire, 6 vols. --Fauriel, Poésies Provinciales, 3 vols.

Poésies Galantes, 2 vols.-Caulfield's Remarkable Characters, clsThe WINTER SESSION will OPEN on OCTOBER Ist with an Intro

small Collection of Chap-Books. Also the extensive THEOLOGICA ductory Address by Mr. A. J. PEPPER, MS The ANNUAL DINNER of the Past and Present Students will take

papers, Broadsides, Autographs, Prints, for illustrating Pepys'

LIBRARY of an eminent DOCTOR OF DIVINITY, embracing the Wor place the same evening, Dr. CHEADLE in the Chair. Diary.- Address A, R., at C. H. May & Co.'s General Advertising Offices,

of the Fathers -- Writings of English and Foreign Theologlass of 1 On FRIDAY, October 2nd, & CONVERSAZIONE will be held in the 78, Gracechurch-street, E.C.

Present Century-Hebrew and Greek Concordances-Lexicons-Gra

mars-Commentaries on new School Buildings at 8.20 r.m.

the Scriptures-Classics-Mathematics-L The new Wing containing 70 additional Beds, was opened

tories- Biographies- Magazines and Serials. HRH Princess Louise. Marchioness of Lorne, last year.

TO ARTISTS.—TO
BE SOLD, a DETACHED

To be viewed, and Catalogues had.
FIVE OPEN SCHOLARSHIPS in NATURAL SCIENCE (one of the

LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE of attractive elevation, fitted in the value of 1001., and four of 501 each) will be offered for competition on

antique

style, situate in a favourite road in the NW district. Contains TUESDAY, September 22nd, and Following Day,

a spacious and lofty Studio, with Billiard-Room under, and 13 other The School Buildings, to which large additions have been made, Rooms. Large and well-planted Gardens. Built for and in the occupa

NINETEENTH

fc

CENTURY, especially as regards the Laboratories for the Teaching of Physiology tion of a well-known Artist. --Price and full particulars of DOLMAN &

AUGUST, 1885. 2s. 64. and Chemistry, are in full working order. In addition to the Open

PYARCE, 62, Haverstock-hill, N.W. Entrance Scholarships, Class Prizes, and usual Appointments, Scholarships will be offered for competition at the end of each year, open to all pupils of the hospital.

The METAPHYSICAL SOCIETY": a Reminiscence. (With a No As an incentive to chemical study all the medical appointments in the

in the healthiest and prettiest part of Hampshire, within Two by the Editor.) By R. H. Hutton. hospital, including the five house surgencies, are open to pupils without Miles from Liss Station, on the South-Western Railway TO BE LET,

A DEFENCE of DEER FORESTS. By Cameron of Lochiel, M.P. additional fee or expense of any kind, thus offering advantages both pro

simple but comfortably Furnished Rooms, with good Cooking and fessional and pecuniary of the highest importance to the student, and

Attendance, at an Inn, situate amid beautiful scenery. Suitable for ARISTOCRACY in AMERICA, By Matthew M. Trumbull, forming a valuable addition to the system of scholarships and prizes.

Landscape Paintere. Terms moderate.-- Address Mr. Tuomas AYLING,
These offices are awarded after competition, preference being given to
Rake, East Liss, Petersfield.

VIOLINS. By William Huggins. the qualified perpetual pupils at the hospital.

FANCIES at NAVESINK. By Walt Whitman. Special Classes are held for the Preliminary, Scientific, and Intermediate M.B. of the University of London, and for the F.R.C.S. Examina

MIDLAND RAILWAY TOURIST ARRANGE The BURDEN of IRELAND. By J. Leslie Field. tions.

MENTS, 1885. - TOURIST TICKETS will be issued from May 1st For prospectus and further information apply to the Dean, or to the to the 31st October, 1885.

A JESUIT REFORMER and POET. By the Rev. Father Ryder. Medical Superintendent, at the Hospital.

For particulars, see Time-Tables and Programmes issued by the Com.

COUNTY CHARACTERISTICS : SURREY. By H. G. Hewlett. GEORGE P. FIELD, Dean of the School.

pany.

JOHN NOBLE, General Manager.
Derby, April, 1885.

The WORK of VICTOR HUGO. (Concluded.) By Algernon C. 841

burne. ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL, MEDICAL COLLEGE.

The RECENT REBELLION in NORTH-WEST CANADA. (With Sales by Auction

Map.) By Lord Melgund, Muitary Secretary to the Governor Gener The Dean is prepared to receive applications from Students desiring to enter upon residence in the College.

The LONDON FLOWER TRADE. By Edward A. Arnold. Terms :-90 Guineas for the Academical year, payable 30 Guineas in FRIDAY NEXT.-Photographic and Scientific Apparatus.

ANTI-CHOLERA INOCULATION. By Dr. Cameron, M.P. Elementary and Preparatory Instruction on four days a week.

London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co.
at his Great Rooms, 38, King-street, Covent-garden, on FRIDAY

NEXT, August 14, at half past 12 o'clock precisely, a variety of
THE MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL: -The WINTER
CAMERAS and LENSES by first-class makers-Rolling Presses, Print-

Monthly, price Hall-a-Crown,
SESSION will OPEN on THURSDAY, October 1st, with an Intro-
ing Frames, Dishes, and other Photographic Apparatus - expensive

CONTEMPORARY

REVIEW ductory Address by Dr. J. K FOWLER, MA.

proporciopes and free trials appearance and THE The Medical School, which has lately been considerably enlarged,

of Chemical and Electrical Apparatus - Dissolving-View Lanterns and provides the most complete means for the education of students pre

an assortment of Slides-Plated Goods-Oil Paintings and Prints-Bicycle paring for the University of London, the Colleges of Physicians and -Tricycle--and Miscellaneous Property.

Contents for AUGUST. Surgeons, and the other Licensing Bodies. Two Entrance Scholarships,

On view after 2 the day prior and morning of Sale, and Catalogues had. The FIGHTING STRENGTH and FOREIGN POLICY of ITALY, 1 of the annual value of 252 and 201., tenable for two years, and an Entrance

R. Bonghi, Science Scholarship, value 50%, will be competed for on September 29th The valuable. Collection of Saxon and English Coins, the Proand following days. Further information may be obtained from the

CHOLERA: its Cause and Prevention. By Professor Burdon Sanderson Dean or the Resident Medical Officer at the Hospital.

perty of the late Rev.

MAYNARD, of Orford, Suffolk. PRICES and GOLD SUPPLY. By M. G. Mulball, F.S.S. ANDREW CLARK, Dean. MESSRS, SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE SPENCER-HARRISON-ARNOLD. By S. Rowe Bennett.

will SELL by AUCTION, at their House, No. 13. WellingtonPROPRIETORS

PESSIMISM on the STAGE. By Emile de Laveleye. of NEWSPAPERS and street, Strand, W.C. on MONDAY, August 10, at 1 o'clock precisely, PERIODICALS.-WYMAN & BONS, Printers of the Builder, Trich, the valuable COLLECTION of SAXON and ENGLISH COINS, in Gold,

WHAT CAN HISTORY TEACH US? By W. S. Lilly. Knowledge, Health, Review, Merchant and Manufacturer, Printing Times,

Silver, and Copper, the Property of the late Rev. J. MAYNARD, of The CHURCH PROBLEM in SCOTLAND. By Donald Fraser, D.D. the Furniture Gazette, and other high-class Publications, call attention to Orford, Suffolk; comprising the following important pieces :---IN GOLD :

PERSIA and AFGHANISTAN. By Gen. Sir Arnold B. Kemball, K.C1 the facilities they possess for the COMPLETE, ECONOMIC, and PUNC

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