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(being vol. v. of the Cambridge Mathematical Journal.) Avŵv óvoμάtwv μορφὴ μία.

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Nine volumes were published in 36 parts at intervals from December 1845 to March 1855. From Vol. 8 N. M. Ferrers, B.A. Fellow of Caius College, was joint-editor.

CICERO. CICERO ON FRIENDSHIP.

Literally translated.

With notes.

By a Master of Arts of the University. Third Edition.
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CICERO. CICERO ON OLD AGE. Literally translated.
By a Master of Arts of the University. Second Edition.
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COLENSO (J. W.) COTTAGE FAMILY PRAYERS. By the Rev. J. W. COLENSO, late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge; Rector of Forncett St. Mary, Long Stratton, Norfolk.

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ESSINGTON (R. W.) THE CURSE UPON CANAAN.

A Seatonian Poem.

By the Rev. R. W. ESSINGTON, M.A. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and Divinity Lecturer. (Arms of Cambridge University)

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HARE (J. C.) THE MISSION OF THE COMFORTER and other Sermons with notes by JULIUS CHARLES HARE, M.A. Archdeacon of Lewes, Rector of Herstmonceux, and late Fellow of Trinity College.

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JONES (J. H.) IF THEY HEAR NOT MOSES AND THE PROPHETS, NEITHER WILL THEY BE PERSUADED, THOUGH ONE ROSE FROM THE DEAD.-An Essay which obtained the Norrisian prize for the year M. DCCC.XLVI. By JOHN HERBERT JONES, B.A., of Jesus College, and Crosse University Scholar.

Ποῦ νῦν εἰσιν οἱ τὰ σημεῖα ζητοῦντες ; ̓Ακουέτωσαν ὅτι γνώμης χρεία εὐγνώμονος κἂν μὴ αὐτὴ, σημείων ὀνδὲν ὄφελος. Chrys. in Matt. Or xliii.

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JUSTIN MARTYR-BROWN (H.) JUSTIN MARTYR'S DIALOGUE
WITH TRYPHO THE JEW. Translated from the Greek into English,
with Notes, chiefly for the advantage of English Readers, a preliminary
dissertation, and a short analysis. By HENRY BROWN, M.A. Vicar of
Netherswell, Gloucestershire.

"Paul... reasoned with them (the Jews) out of the Scriptures, opening and
alleging that Christ must needs have suffered, and risen again from the dead: and
that this Jesus whom I preach unto you is Christ."—Acts xvii. 2. 3.

(Originally published in 1745.)

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London.

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MEMBER OF THE SENATE. THE INTERPRETATION OF THE COM-
POSITION BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY AND KING'S COLLEGE.—By a
Member of the Senate.-

millan.

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NOLANDS (R.) THE LEGACY OF AN ETONIAN.

Edited by ROBERT

NOLANDS, Sole Executor.

Φίλη μετ' αὐτοῦ κείσομαι φίλου μέτα

Οσια πανουργήσασ', ἐπεὶ πλείων χρόνος

Ὃν δεῖ μ' ἀρέσκειν τοῖς κάτω τῶν ἔνθαδε.—Soph. Ant. 75.
This have I done, since I

Beside my brother in the grave must lie;

Then let the living scoff while on my head

May rest a more enduring love, the deep love of the dead.

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Fleet Street.

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[By the Revd. R. W. ESSINGTON, formerly Fellow of Kings College, Cambridge.]
PRAYERS. PRAYERS, DEPRECATING THE JUST ANGER OF ALMIGHTY
GOD, AND THE VISITATION OF HIS AWFUL SCOURGE THE CHOLERA.
For members of the English Church.

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A. Holden, Exeter.

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TRENCH (R. C.) CHRIST THE DESIRE OF ALL NATIONS, OR THE
UNCONSCIOUS PROPHECIES OF HEATHENDOM: being the Hulsean
Lectures for the year M.DCCC.XLVI. By RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH,
M.A., Vicar of Itchen Stoke, Hants, Professor of Divinity, King's
College, London, and examining chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Oxford.
Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan. London: John W. Parker.
8vo.

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1847

BOOLE (G.)

THE MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF LOGIC, being an essay
towards a calculus of deductive reasoning. By GEORGE BOOLE.

Επικοινωνοῦσι δὲ πᾶσαι αἱ ἐπιστῆμαι ἀλλήλαις κατὰ τὰ κοινά. Κοινὰ δὲ λέγω
οἷς χρῶνται ὡς ἐκ τούτων ἀποδεικνύντες· ἀλλ ̓ οὐ περὶ ὧν δεικνύουσιν, οὐδὲ δ δεικνύουσι.
ARISTOTLE, Anal. Post., lib. I. cap. XI.

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ESSINGTON (R. W.)

THE MIDDLE WAY; OR, THE PROVINCE OF
PATRISTIC DIVINITY DETERMINED. To which is added The Samaritan.
A Sermon. By the Rev. R. W. ESSINGTON, M.A. Fellow of King's
College, Cambridge, and sometime Lecturer in Divinity.

"Humanum est errare, divinum parcere."

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FISHER (W.) A SERMON, in pursuance of the objects of the Queen's
Letter; preached on Sunday, February 21st, 1847. By the Rev.
WILLIAM FISHER, B.A. Curate of Hartlip, Kent.—

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HYMERS (J.) A TREATISE ON PLANE AND SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY,
AND ON TRIGONOMETRICAL TABLES AND LOGARITHMS, together with
a selection of problems and their solutions. By J. HYMERS, D.D.
Fellow and Tutor of St John's College, Cambridge.-Third Edition,
revised and enlarged-

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Macmillan & Co. Cambridge; Whittaker & Co, London.

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THE ISLAND ON THE MERE.
Legacy of an Etonian."

A Cheshire Tale. By the author of "The

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[By Revd. R. W. ESSINGTON M.A. formerly Fellow of King's Coll. Cambridge.]
KINGSBURY (T. L.) ON THE CONNEXION BETWEEN THE PROPHETIC,
AND OTHER EVIDENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. An Essay which obtained
the Norrisian Prize for the year 1847. By THOMAS L. KINGSBURY, of
Trinity College, Cambridge.

"Lo! these are a part of Thy Ways."

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PEROWNE (J. J. S.) ORATIO LATINA PRÆMIO ANNUO DIGNATA ET IN
CURIA CANTABRIGIENSI RECITATA, COMITIIS MAXIMIS A.D. M.DCCC.XLVII.
Quibus inauguratus est Academiæ Cancellarius, princeps nobilissimus
Albertus. Auctore JOHANNE JACOBO STEWART PEROWNE, A.B. Coll.
Corp. Chr. et Univ. Schol.

Cantabrigiæ: veneunt apud Macmillan, Barclay et Macmillan.

Pp. 16. 8vo.

SNOWBALL (J. C.) AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ELEMENTS OF PLANE
TRIGONOMETRY. Designed for the Use of Schools in which Students
are prepared for the Universities. By J. C. SNOWBALL, M.A., Fellow
of St John's College Cambridge. Second Edition.

Published by Baily, Brothers; London Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, &
Macmillan.

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A SONG OF PRAISE FOR THE 17TH OCTOBER, 1847, being the day
appointed to render thanks unto Almighty God for the late abundant
harvest.

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TRENCH (R. C.) THE HULSEAN LECTURES FOR M.DCCC.XLV AND M.DCCC.XLVI. By RICHARD CHENEVIX TRENCH, M.A. Vicar of ItchenStoke, Hants; Professor of Divinity, King's College, London; Examining Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Oxford; and late Hulsean Lecturer. Second Edition, revised.

Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan.

1847.

Pp. xii. (inc. 2 blanks) 286.

London: John W. Parker.

First Edition in this form printed 1847 (8vo.) Second Edition 1854 (Fcap. 8vo.) Third Edition 1859. Fourth Edition 1880 (8vo.) These Hulsean Lectures were originally published separately. See under 1845 and 1846.

WOOD (J.)-LUND (T.) A COMPANION TO WOOD'S ALGEBRA, containing Solutions of various Questions and Problems in Algebra, and forming a Key to the chief difficulties found in the collection of Examples appended to Wood's Algebra, 12th Edition. By THOMAS LUND, B.D., late Fellow and Sadlerian Lecturer of St. John's College, Cambridge.

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1848

BAKER

INDEX TO THE BAKER MANUSCRIPTS. By Four Members of

the Cambridge Antiquarian Society.

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London: John

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BARRY (ALFRED) THE EFFECTS OF CHRISTIANITY ON THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. A Declamation delivered in the Hall of Trinity College, on the anniversary of the Commemoration of Benefactors, Thursday, December 16, 1847. By ALFRED BARRY, Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge. Printed by request.

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millan.

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FURTHER REMARKS ON STATUTES, AND THE PRESENT SYSTEM OF KING'S
COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.

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Pp. 29, 3 blanks.

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HARE (J. C.) THE DUTY OF THE CHURCH IN TIMES OF TRIAL: a Charge to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Lewes, delivered at the Ordinary Visitation in 1848; with notes especially on the controversy touching the management of schools, and on the Jewish question, by JULIUS CHARLES HARE, M.A.

London: John William Parker, West Strand: Sold by Macmillan, Cambridge.

Pp. viii. (inc. 2 blanks) 156, 3 advts. I blank. 8vo.

HARE (J. C.) THE UNITY OF MANKIND IN GOD: a Sermon, preacht in
St Anne's Church, Lewes, on All Saints Day, 1848, on occasion of the
jubilee of the Church Missionary Society: by JULIUS CHARLES HARE,
M.A., Archdeacon of Lewes.

London: John William Parker, West Strand: Sold by Macmillan, Cambridge
Pp. iv. (inc. I blank) 26, 1 advt. I blank.

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HARE (J. C.) A LETTER TO THE VERY REVEREND THE DEAN OF CHICHESTER, ON THE AGITATION EXCITED BY THE APPOINTMENT OF DR. HAMPDEN TO THE SEE OF HEREFORD. By JULIUS CHARLES HARE, M.A. Archdeacon of Lewes.-Second Edition, with a postscript, on Lord John Russell's Letter to the Clergy of Bedford, and in reply to Mr. Trower's plain remarks.

London: John William Parker, West Strand: Sold by Macmillan, Cambridge. Pp. iv. (inc. I blank) 131, 1 blank. 8vo.

HEMMING (G. W.) AN ELEMENTARY TREATISE ON THE DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS. By G. W. HEMMING, M.A. Fellow of St. John's College.

Cambridge: Macmillan, Barclay, and Macmillan: London: G. Bell, Fleet

Street.

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HENSLOW (J. S.) SYLLABUS OF A COURSE OF LECTURES ON BOTANY,
Suggesting matter for a Pass-examination at Cambridge in this subject.
By Rev. J. S. HENSLOW, A. M. Professor of Botany.
Cambridge: Deightons; Macmillan, Barclay & Macmillan.
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HIERURGIA ANGLICANA; or documents and extracts illustrative of the ritual of the Church in England after the Reformation. Edited by Members of the Ecclesiological late Cambridge Camden Society.

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HYMERS (J.) A TREATISE ON ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY OF THREE DIMENSIONS, containing the Theory of Curve Surfaces, and of Curves of Double Curvature.—By J. HYMERS, D.D. Fellow and Tutor of St Johns College, Cambridge.-Third Edition, altered and revised.

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KLOPSTOCK (F. G.)—NIND (W.) ODES OF KLOPSTOCK

From 1747

to 1780 translated from the German by WILLIAM NIND, Fellow of St. Peter's College, Cambridge, and author of the "Oratory," etc.

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