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XVII.
ECCLESIASTICAL BIOGRAPHY;
Or LIVES of EMINENT MEN, connected with the History of Religion
in England; from the Commencement of the Reformation to the

Revolution; selected and illustrated with Notes.
By the Rev. CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, D.D.

Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Third Edition, revised, with additional Notes, and other improvements.
Printed uniformly with the “ Christian Institutes,” by the same Editor.

In Four Vols. 8vo. (In the Press.)

XVIII.
LIBRARY OF THE FATHERS.

Volumes published :
1.-The CONFESSIONS of S. AUGUSTINE.

8vo. 9s. 2.-The CATECHETICAL LECTURES of S. CYRIL of JERUSALEM.

8vo. 10s. 6d.

Also,
S. AUGUSTINI CONFESSIONES,
Ad fidem Codd. Oxon. recensitæ et ex ipso Augustino illustratæ.

8vo. 98.

XIX.

THE SECOND EDITION OF

LECTURES on the PROPHETICAL OFFICE of the CHURCH,
Viewed relatively to ROMANISM and POPULAR PROTESTANTISM.

By JOHN HENRY NEWMAN, B.D.
Fellow of Oriel College, and Vicar of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford.

In 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XX.

THE SEVENTH EDITION OF

A COMMENT on the COLLECTS appointed to be used in the Church of England before the Epistle and Gospel on Sundays

and Holydays throughout the Year.

By JOHN JAMES, D.D
Prebendary of Peterborough.

12mo. 6s.

XXI.

THE FIFTH EDITION OF

SPECULUM GREGIS; or, Parochial Minister's Assistant.

By the Rev. R. B. EXTON. “ He understands but little of the nature and obligations of the priestly office, who thinks he has discharged it by performing the public appointments." —Bishop Burnet.

" The readiest way of finding access to a man's heart is to go into his house.' ”. Chalmer's Christian and Civic Economy.

Price 5s. bound in Roan, with a Clasp.

XXII.
The CHRISTOLOGY of the OLD and NEW TESTAMENTS;
An Historical Development of the predicted Occurrences of Holy Scripture.

By the late Rev. J. A. STEPHENSON, M.A.
Rector of Lympsham, Somersetshire.

In 2 Vols. 8vo. 11. 1s.

XXIII.

THE THIRD EDITION OF

PERRANZABULOE, the lost Church found; Or, the Church of England not a new Church, but ancient, apostolical, and independent, and a Protesting Church Nine Hundred Years

before the Reformation. The Volume contains an interesting Account of the History, and recent recovery of the ancient Church of Perranzabuloe, in Cornwall, after being buried in the Sand for Seven Hundred Years.

By the Rev. C. TRELAWNEY COLLINS, M.A.
Rector of Timsbury, Somerset, and late Fellow of Balliol College.

Small 8vo. 88.

XXIV.

THE FOURTH EDITION OF

The NEW TESTAMENT, arranged in CHRONOLOGICAL and
HISTORICAL Order, with Copious NOTES on the principal Subjects in
Theology: the Gospels on the basis of the Harmonies of Lightfoot,
Doddridge, Pilkington, Newcome, and Michaelis: the Account
of the Resurrection, on the Authorities of West, Townson,
and Cranfield: the Epistles are inserted in their places,
and divided according to the Apostle's Arguments.

By the Rev. GEORGE TOWNSEND, M.A.
Prebendary of Durham, and Vicar of Northallerton.

In Two Vols. Svo. 11. 10s. Lately published, the Fourth Edition of the OLD TESTAMENT Chronologically arranged; uniformly printed with the above.

In Two Vols. 8vo. 11. 16s.

XXV. A VOLUME for a LENDING LIBRARY: Being Selections from Contributions to the Cottager's Monthly Visitor.

By GEORGE DAVYS, D.D.

Dean of Chester.
Small 8vo. 4s. 6d.

XXVI. A SUMMARY of the WRITINGS of LACTANTIUS. By the Rev. JACOB HENRY BROOKE MOUNTAIN, M.A. Vicar of Hemel Hempstead, Herts, and Rector of Blunham, Beds.

In 8vo. (Preparing for publication.)

XXVII.

THE FOURTH EDITION OF

TWENTY-ONE PRAYERS, composed from the Psalms, for the
SICK and AFFLICTED; to which are added, Various other Forms

of Prayer for the same purpose; with a Few Hints and
Directions for the Visitation of the Sick, chiefly
intended for the Use of the Younger Clergy.

By the Rev. JAMES SLADE, M.A.
Vicar of Bolton, and Prebendary of Chester.

12mo. 3s. 6d.

XXVIII.

THE CONCLUDING VOLUME OF

The DOMESTIC CHAPLAIN ; or, SERMONS on FAMILY

DUTIES for every SUNDAY in the YEAR.

By I. E. N. MOLESWORTH, D.D.
Rector of St. Martin's, Canterbury; one of the Six Preachers of Canterbury
Cathedral; and Editor of the first 5 vols. of The Penny Sunday Reader.

In 8vo. 10s.
Lately published, The First Volume. 8vo. 108.

XXIX.
RATIONALISM and REVELATION: or the Testimony of Moral
Philosophy, the System of Nature, and the Constitution of Man, to the

Truth of the Doctrines of Scripture; in Eight Discourses,
preached before the University of Cambridge in the
Year 1837; with a Memoir of the Founder of

the Lecture, the Rev. John Hulse.

By the Rev. RICHARD PARKINSON, B.D. Of St. John's College, Cambridge; and Fellow of Christ's College, Manchester.

In 8vo. Is.

XXX.
A HELP to the READING of the BIBLE.

By the Rev. B. E. NICHOLLS, M.A.
Of Queen's College, Cambridge; Author of “Sunday Exercises on the
Morning and Evening Services of the Church.”

In 12mo. 38.

XXXI.
A SECOND VOLUME OF SERMONS.

By HENRY MELVILL, B.D.
Minister of Camden Chapel, Camberwell; and late Fellow and Tutor of

St. Peter's College, Cambridge.

In 8vo. 10s. 6d.

Lately published, The THIRD EDITION of the FIRST VOLUME.

8vo. 10s. 6d.

XXXII. SHORT FAMILY PRAYERS, for every Morning and Evening of the Month, and for particular occasions; taken from the Liturgy,

Psalms, and various eminent Writers.
By a MEMBER of the CHURCH of ENGLAND.

In 12mo. 35.

XXXIII.

THE FOURTH PART OF

The OLD TESTAMENT; With a COMMENTARY consisting of Short Lectures for the Daily Use of Families. By the Rev. CHARLES GIRDLESTONE, M.A.

Rector of Alderley, Cheshire. In this Edition of the Holy Bible it has been the chief object of the Editor to furnish Families with an Exposition for Daily Reading. The Scripture is divided into paragraphs of a convenient length, and the explanatory and practical matter is digested, under each portion, into one consecutive Lecture, so as to demand of the Reader no previous study or attention.

In 8vo. (In the Press.)
Lately published, Parts I., II. and III., price 9s. each.

XXXIV.

THE TWENTY-SECOND EDITION OF
DEBRETT'S COMPLETE PEERAGE of the UNITED KING.

DOM of ENGLAND and IRELAND.
Corrected to the present time. With the Arms of the Peers.

In Post 8vo. 11. 8s. (In a few days.)

Also (uniformly printed) The Seventh Edition of DEBRETT'S BARONETAGE of ENGLAND, Including an Account of the Baronets created at Her Majesty's Coronation.

With the Arms of the Baronets.

XXXV. The SCHOOLMASTER'S MANUAL; Or Practical Hints for the Assistance and Direction of Persons desirous of

becoming Masters of NATIONAL SCHOOLS.

By the Rev. JOSEPH C. WIGRAM, M.A.
Secretary to the National Society for the Education of the Poor in the

Principles of the Established Church.
Small 8vo. (Preparing for publication.)

ALSO,
The PRINCIPLES and PRACTICE of the NATIONAL SOCIETY

for the EDUCATION of the POOR in the PRINCIPLES
of the ESTABLISHED CHURCH, illustrated

by Extracts from the Reports, &c.

By the Same Author.
Small 8vo. (Preparing for publication.)

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BOOKS PUBLISHED BY J. G. & F. RIVINGTON.

THE FOURTH EDITION OF
A PLAIN and SHORT HISTORY of ENGLAND for CHILDREN:
In Letters from a Father to his Son. With a Set of Questions

at the end of each Letter.
By the Editor of the “ Cottager's Monthly Visitor."

With Frontispiece. 2s. 6d. half-bound.

XXXVII. The AUTHORITY of TRADITION in Matters of RELIGION.

By the Rev. GEORGE HOLDEN, M.A.

Small 8vo. 4s. 6d.

XXXVIII.

SECOND SERIES OF

HOURS of DEVOTION,
For the Promotion of True Christianity and Family Worship.

Translated from the German.
By E. J. BURROW, D.D. F.R.S. and F.L.S.

In 8vo. (Preparing for publication.)

XXXIX.
The COTTAGER’S MONTHLY VISITOR. New Series.

Embellished with Wood Cuts. Vol. XVIII. (for the Year 1838.) 48.
Any of the former Volumes, or Half-Volumes, from the Commencement of

the Work in 1821, may be had, or in Numbers singly.

XL. A COLLECTION of the PRINCIPAL LITURGIES used in the CHRISTIAN CHURCH, in the Celebration of the HOLY EUCHARIST; particularly the Ancient. With a Dissertation upon thein,

by THOMAS BRETT, LL.D. Reprinted verbatim from the Edition of 1720.

In 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XLI. THE PENNY SUNDAY READER. The Eighth Volume (for July to December, 1838,) is just published, price 2s. 9d. in cloth boards. The work is continued in Weekly Numbers, and forms a cheap Manual of Sunday Reading, adapted to the sacred Character of the Lord's Day, especially connected with its Devotional Offices. It contains also Miscellaneous Papers, Sacred Poetry, original and selected, Choice Extracts from Eminent Divines,

and Communications from Correspondents. The Volumes of this Work are included in the List of Books recommended by the

Society for PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE.

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