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IX.

A COMMENTARY on the ORDER for the BURIAL of

the DEAD.
Considered as a Manual of Doctrine and Consolation for Christians.

By the Rev. WILLIAM GRESWELL, M.A.
Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford; and Curate of Disley, Cheshire.

In two Vols. 8vo. 18s:

X.

The LIFE of ARCHBISHOP LAUD.
In Continuation of the Series of Lives of British Divines in the
THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY, and printed uniformly with

Wiclif, Cranmer, and Jewel.

By CHARLES WEBB LE BAS, M.A.
Professor in the East India College, Herts ; and late Fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge.
In small 8vo. 6s. With Portrait.

(Preparing for Publication.)

XI.

The OLD TESTAMENT;
With a COMMENTARY, consisting of Short Lectures, for the daily use of

Families.
Part I., containing Genesis and Exodus.
By the Rev. CHARLES GIRDLESTONE, M.A.

Vicar of Sedgley, Staffordshire.
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 prac-
tical matter is digested, under each portion, into one consecutive Lecture, so as
to demand of the Reader no previous study or attention.

In 8vo. 9s. (Just Published.)
The Old Testament will be completed in 8 Parts, or 4 Volumes, 8vo.

Lately published by the same Author,
The New Testament with a COMMENTARY. Printed uniformly with the above.

In two Volumes, 8vo.
Price in Cloth Boards, Gilt Lettered, 1l. 168.; or in Four Parts, 9s. each.

XII.

A SECOND SERIES of PLAIN SERMONS.

By the Rev. F. W. FOWLE,
Rector of Allington, and Perpetual Curate of Amesbury, Wilts.

12mo. 5s.
Lately published, the First Series. 12mo. 5s. 6d.

XIII.

The Second EDITION of
DISCOURSES on ELIJAH and JOHN the BAPTIST.
By the Rev. J. S. M. ANDI

M.A.
Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, and Perpetual Curate of St. George's Chapel,

Brighton. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XIV.

THE HISTORY of SECTS. By the Rev. F. E. THOMPSON, M.A. Perpetual Curate of Brentford.

Small 8vo. (Preparing for publication.)

XV.

ECCLESIASTES ANGLICANUS; Being a Treatise on the Art of PREACHING, as adapted to a Church of England Congregation : contained in a Series of Letters to a

young Clergyman.

By the Rev. W. GRESLEY, M.A.
Curate of St. Chads's, Lichfield; and Late Student of Christ Church.

8vo, 12s.

XVI.

DEVOTIONS for FAMILY USE.
By the Reverend CHARLES GIRDLESTONE, M.A.
Vicar of Sedgley,

Staffordshire.
Small 8vo. 2s. (Just published.)
Also, DEVOTIONS for PRIVATE USE. By the same Author. 2s.

X VII.

A NEW EDITION OF THE

Rev. G. TOWNSEND'S HISTORICAL and CHRONOLOGICAL ARRANGEMENT of the OLD TESTAMENT. With ANNOTATIONS.

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

XVIII.

The CONSOLATIONS of CHRISTIANITY, Viewed in Connexion with the paternal Character of God, and with Human Life considered as a State of Probation : in Four DISCOURSES.

By the Rev. WILLIAM HULL,

Curate of Martham.

12mo. 3s. 6d.

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XIX.

SERMONS, DOCTRINAL and PRACTICAL,

Preached Abroad. By the Rev. RICHARD WILLIAM JELF, B.D. Canon of Christ Church; Domestic Chaplain to H. R. H. the Duke of Cumberland, and Preceptor to H. R. H. Prince George ; and Fellow of Oriel College.

8vo. 9s. 6d.

XX.

ETERNAL LIFE, the REVELATION of the BOOKS of MOSES.

By the Rev. JAMES ELLICE, M.A. Rector of Clothall and Acton, Herts, and Chaplain to the Earl of Camperdown.

12mo. 4s. 6d.

XXI.
SPECULUM GREGIS; or, Parochial Minister's Assistant.

By a COUNTRY CURATE. “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."-Chalmers' Christian und Civic Economy.

Fourth Edition. Bound with Clasp, 5s.

XXII.
ECLOGÆ OVIDIANÆ, with ENGLISH NOTES;
Being the Fifth Part of the Lateinisches Elementarbuch.
By PROFESSORS JACOBS and DOERING.

Second Edition, with Additions. 2s. 6d.

XXIII.

THE SECOND EDITION OF
The GREEK TESTAMENT, with ENGLISH NOTES, Critical,
Philological, and Exegetical, partly selected and arranged from the best
Commentators, Ancient and Modern, but chiefly Original. Adapted
to the Use of Academical Students, Candidates for the Sacred
Office and Ministers; and as a Manual Edition for

Theological Readers in general.
By the Rev. S. T. BLOOMFIELD, D.D. F.S.A.

Vicar of Bisbrooke, Rutland.
In Two large Volumes. 8vo. 21.

XXIV.

SERMONS.

By W. E. TRENCHARD, M.A. Of Pembroke College, Oxford; and late Curate of West Monkton, Somerset.

8vo. 10s. 6d.

XXV.

THE FOURTH EDITION OF

A MEMOIR of FELIX NEFF, Pastor of the High Alps; and of
his Labours among the French Protestants of Dauphiné, a Remnant;
of the Primitive Christians of Gaul. With a new Appendix.
By WILLIAM STEPHEN GILLY, D.D.
Prebendary of Durham, and Vicar of Norham.

Small 8vo. 6s. 6d.
The Appendix may be had separately for former Editions, price 6d.

XXVI.

GUIDE to the HOLY SACRAMENT of the LORD'S SUPPER.

By the Rev. G. R. GLEIG, M.A.
Chaplain to the Royal Hospital at Chelsea.

18mo. 3s.

XXVII.

TRACTS for the TIMES.
By MEMBERS of the UNIVERSITY of OXFORD.
Vol. II. For 1834-5. 8vo. (Nearly ready.)

Lately published, Vol. I. 8vo. 8s. 6d.

XXVIII.
SERMONS, partly Critical and ExplANATORY.

By J. PARSONS, B.D.
Honorary Associate of the Royal Society of Literature.

8vo. 12s.

XXIX.

A SECOND SERIES of SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHY.

By the Rev. ROBERT WILSON EVANS, M.A.
Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge; and Author of the " Rectory

of Valehead.
In small 8vo. With Frontispiece, 6s.
Lately published, the First Series. With Frontispiece. 6s.

XXX. The FIRST and SECOND of LAW'S THREE LETTERS to BISHOP HOADLEY, in Answer to his Lordship’s Sermon on the Nature of Christ's Kingdom, and his Notions of the Authority

of the Christian Priesthood.

New Edition. Small 8vo. 3s. 6d. This present Edition of these Letters is brought forward in answer to some

opinions lately reproduced by Dr. Arnold in his Publications.

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XXXI.
TWENTY-ONE SERMONS on Various Subjects, adapted to the

present Time.
By the Rev. JACOB HENRY BROOKE MOUNTAIN, M.A.
Prebendary of Lincoln, Rector of Blunham, Beds., and Vicar of Hemel Hemsted,
Herts, and Domestic Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Gloucester.

12mo. 7s. 6d.

XXXII.
HYMNS selected for PRIVATE and PUBLIC USE.

In Two Parts.
By the Rev. CHARLES GIRDLESTONE, M.A.

Vicar of Sedgley, Staffordshire.

Small 8vo. 2s.

XXXIII.
An EXPOSITION of the Book of REVELATION; (being part of
a Commentary on the New Testament;) with an Introduction and

Notes, a List of Symbols, and Tabular Arrangement.
By the Rev. CHARLES GIRDLESTONE, M.A.

Vicar of Sedgley, Staffordshire.

8vo. 4s.

XXXIV.

THE THIRD VOLUME OF

MOSHEIM'S COMMENTARIES on the AFFAIRS of the CHRISTIANS before the Time of Constantine the Great; or an enlarged View of the Ecclesiastical History of the First Three Centuries. With

Copious Illustrative Notes and References.
Translated from the Latin by ROBERT STUDLEY VIDAL, Esq. F.S.A.

8vo. 10s. 6d.

XXXV.
A COURSE of SERMONS for the YEAR.
VOL. II: containing Discourses from Trinity Sunday to the End of the Year.

By the Rev. JOHNSON GRANT, M.A.
Rector of Binbrook, and Minister of Kentish Town Chapel.

8vo. 10s. 6d.
Lately Published, Vol. I. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

XXXVI.

THE SECOND VOLUME OF THE

PENNY SUNDAY READER; July to December, 1835.

Edited by the Rev. J. E. N. MOLESWORTH,
Rector of St. Martin's, Canterbury, and one of the Six Preachers of Canterbury

Cathedral.

Small 8vo. 2s. 9d.
This work is continued in Weekly Numbers.

XLI.
The COTTAGER’S MONTHLY VISITOR for 1835.

(With Wood Cuts.) Price 4s. in boards, or 4s. 6d. half-bound.

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