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A CATALOGUE OF
Bohn's Philological and Philosophical Library.
UNIFORM witH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 5s. PER volumE
UNIFORM witH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 38. 6d. PER VOLUME.
Philo Judaeus, Works of ; the con
temporary of Josephus. Translated by C. D. Yonge. In 4 vols.
Socrates' Ecclesiastical History, in continuation of Eusebius. With the Notes
Sozomen's Ecclesiastical History, from A.D. 324-440 and the Ecclesiastical History of Philostorgius.
Theodoret and Evagrius. Ecclesiastical Histories, from A.D. 332 to A.D. 427 ; and from A.D. 431 to A.D. 544.
With Index. Edited by THos. WRIGHT. Handbook of Proverbs. Comprising
all Ray's English Proverbs, with additions; his Foreign Proverbs; and an Alphabetical Index.
Henry of Huntingdon's History of the English, from the Roman Invasion to Henry II, ; with the Acts of King Stephen, &c.
Ingulph's Chronicle of the Abbey of
Keightley's Fairy Mythology. Fron
tispiece by Cruikshank.
Lamb's Dramatic Poets of the Time of Elizabeth; including his Selections from the Garrick Plays.
Lepsius's Letters from Egypt, Ethic
pia, and the 1'eninsula of Sinai.
Mallet's Northern Antiquities. By Bishop PERCY. With an Abstract of the Eyrbiggia Saga, by Sir WALTER Scorr.
Edited by J. A. BLAckwell. Marco Polo's Travels. The Trans-lation of Marsden. Edited by Thomas
Matthew Paris's Chronicle.
Matthew of Westminster's Flowers of History, especially such as relate to the affairs of Britain; to A.D. 1307. Translated by C. D. Yoxge. In 2 vols.
Ordericus Witalis' Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy. Translated with Notes, by T. FoitestER, M.A. In 4 vols.
Pauli's (Dr. R.) Life of Alfred the
Great. Translated from the German.
Polyglot of Foreign Proverbs. With English Translations, and a General Index, bringing the whole into parallels, by H. G. BOHN.
Roger De Hoveden's Annals of ErgGil Blas, The Adventures of 24 Engravings on Steel, after Smirke, and 10 Etchings by George Cruikshank. (612 pages.) 6s.
Croyland, with the Continuations by Peter
of Blois and other Writers. By H. T. RILEY.
lish History; from A.D. 732 to A.D. 120l. Edited by H. T. RILEY. in 2 vols. Six Old English Chronicles, viz.:Asser's Life of Alfred, and the Chronicles of Ethelwerd, Gildas, Nennius, Geoffrey of Monmouth, and Richard of Cirencester. William of Malmesbury's Chronicle of the Kings of England. Translated by SHARPE. Yule-Tide Stories. A Collection of
Scandinavian Tales and Traditions. Edited by B. ThoRPE.
UNIFORM witH THE STANDARD LIBRARY, AT 5s. PER volumE (ExCEPTING THose MARKED OTHERwise).
Allen's Battles of the British Navy. Revised and enlarged. Numerous fine Portraits. In 2 vols.
Andersen's Danish Legends and Fairy Tales. Containing many Tales not in any other edition. Translated by CAROLINE PEACHEY. 120 Wood Emgravings.
Ariosto's Orlando Furioso. lish Verse. By W. S. Rose. Engravings. In 2 vols.
Bechstein's Cage and Chamber Birds. Including Sweet's Warblers. Enlarged edition. Numerous plates.
*** All other editions are abridged.
; or, with the plates coloured. 7s. 6d. Bonomi’s Nineveh and its Palaces. New Edition, revised and considerably enlarged, both in matter and Plates, including a Full Account of the Assyrian Sculptures recently added to the National Collection. Upwards of 300 Engravings.
Butler's Hudibras. With Variorum Notes, a Biography, and a General Index. Edited by HENRY G. BoHN. Thirty beautiful Illustrations.
—; or, further illustrated with 62 Outline Portraits. In 2 vols. 10s.
Cattermole's Evenings at Haddon Hall. 24 exquisite Engravings on Steel, Jrom designs by himself, the Letterpress by the BARONESS DE CARABELLA. China, Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical, with some Account of Ava and the Burmese, Siam, and Anam. Nearly 100 Illustrations. Cruikshank's Three Courses and a Dessert. A Series of Tales, embellished with 50 humorous Illustrations by CruikShank. Dante. Translated by I. C. WRIGHT, M.A. New Edition, carefully revised. Portrait and 34 Illustrations on Steel, after Flaxman. Didron's History of Christian Art; or, Christian Iconography. From the French. Upwards of 150 beautiful outline Engravings. Vol. I. (Mons. Didron has not yet written the second volume.)
In EngTwelve fine
Grimm's Gammer Grethel; or, German Fairy Tales and Popular Stories. Translated by EDGAR TAYLOR. Numerous Woodcuts by Cruikshank. 3s.6d.
Holbein’s Dance of Death, and Bible Cuts. Upwards of 150 subjects, beautiJully engraved in fac-simile, with Introduction and Descriptions by the late FRANCIS DOUCE and Dr. T. F. DIBDIN. 2 vols. in 1. 7s.6d.
Howitt's (Mary) Pictorial Calendar of the Seasons. Embodying the whole of Aiken's Calendar of Nature. Upwards of 100 Engravings. — (Mary and William) Stories of English and Foreign Life. Twenty beautiful Engravings. Hunt's (Leigh) Book for a Corner. Eighty extremely beautiful Engravings. India, Pictorial, Descriptive, and Historical, from the Earliest Times to the Present. Upwards of 100 fine Engravings on Wood, and a Map. Jesse's Anecdotes of Dogs. New Edition, with large additions. Numerous fine Woodcuts after Harvey, Bewick, and others. —; or, with the addition of 34 highly-finished Steel Engravings after Cooper, Landseer, doc. 7s.6d. Kitto's Scripture Lands and Biblical Atlas. Twenty-four Maps, beautifully engraved on Steel, with a Consulting Index. ; or, with the maps coloured. 7s. 6d. Krummacher's Parables. Translated from the German. Forty Illustrations by Clayton, engraved by Dalziel. Lindsay's (Lord) Letters on Egypt, Edom, and the Holy Land. New Edition, enlarged. Thirty-six beautiful Engravings, and 2 Maps. Lodge's Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain, with Memoirs. Two Hundred and Forty Portraits, beautifully engraved on Steel. 8 vols.