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This day is Published, in Post 8vo, price 7s. 6d. cloth. IOME ACCOUNT OF MRS. CLARINDA SINGLEHART By the author of 'MARY POWELL.' With Frontispiece.
By the same Author,
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om £100 to £1000 Advanced on Personal Security, and the Deposit of a Life -cted by the Borrower.
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Second Edition, in One Vol. post 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth. A DISSERTATION ON CHURCH POLITY,
BY ANDREW COVENTRY DICK, Esq., ADVOCATE. Quotations can give no true idea of the character of this work, or of the power of the author ; those who would appreciate either must procure the book."-Spectator.
* Mr. Dick has brought the distinctness, clearness, and fulness of the lawyer to the dix cussion of his theme. It is an able book, and, with some slight shades of exception, a boca eminently to our mind. We commend it earnestly to all who wish an intelligent guide 1 help them in dealing with the vexed questions of Church Polity." —British Quarterly Reries
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especially in every Nonconformist family.' --Nonconformist.
* This work deals in a popular and most practical way with the 'abstract view of te question : and as a connected argument is unanswerable. Every side of the subject is a turn exhibited and examined ; and the necessity of certain things which appear most anota lous in connexion with a State Church, is shown with a delicate irony which must draws smile, even from one who cannot afford to be convinced. .. . . It may be regarded as a standard book by Dissenters.'-Christian Spectator.
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CROGGON'S PATENT ASPHALTE ROOFING FELT. Has been extensively used, and pronounced efficient, and particularly applicable for WABX
It is a non-conductor. - It is portable, being packed in rolls, and not liable to damage in carriage.--It effects a saving of half the timber usually required. - It can be easis applied by any unpractised person. - From its lightness, weighing only 421b. to the squar of 100 feet, the cost of carriage is small.—UNDER ŚLATES, &c., in Church and other roofs, the Felt has been extensively used to REGULATE THE TEMPERATURE.
Inodorous Felt, for damp walls, and for damp floors, under carpets and floor-clotha also for LINING IRON HOUSES, to equalize the temperature. PRICE ONE PENNY PER SQUARE FOOT.
Patent Felted Sheathing for covering ships' bottoms, &c. Dry Hair Felt for Deadening Sound, and Covering Steam Boilers, Pipes, &c., preventing the radiation ci heat, thereby saving TWENTY FIVE PER CENT. OF FUEL. Samples, testimonials, and full instructions, on application to CROGGON & CO., DoWGATE-HILL, London.
STONE FLOORS AND DAMP ROOMS
SHOULD BE COVERED WITII
TRELOAR'S COCOA NUT MATTING, which is a non-absorbent always dry and warm, and cannot be injured by wet. Prize Mode awarded at the Great Exhibition, 1851.
Catalogues, with prices and full particulars, both of Matting and also of Mats, Rers, Mattresses, Hassocks, Netting, Cordage, Brushes, and all other Articles made of Cocoa nt: Fibre, sent Post Free.
T. TRELOAR, Cocoa nut Fibre Manufacturer, 42, Ludgate-hill, London,