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WEBSTER.-AN ENCYCLOPÆDIA OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY ;
Comprising such subjects as are most immediately connected with Housekeeping; as, The Construction of Domestic Edifices, with the modes of Warming, Ventilating, and Lighting them -A description of the various articles of Furniture, with the nature of their Materials - Duties of Servants -A general account of the Animal and Vegetable Substances used as Food, and the methods of preserving and preparing them by Cooking--Making Bread - The Chemical Nature and the Preparation of all kinds of Fermented Liquors used as Beverage - Materials employed in Dress and the Toilet - Business of the Laundry Description of the various Wheel Carriages-Preservation of Health - Domestic Medicine, etc. etc. etc. By Thomas Webster, F.G.S., etc.; assisted by The late Mrs. Parkes, author
of “Domnestic Duties." I thick vol. 8vo, illustrated with nearly 1000 Woodcuts. '50s. cl. “The title-page sufficiently indicates the wide range of topics included in this most useful Encyelopædia, and all are treated with a fulness which leaves nothing to be desired. It has been the object of the editor to combine science with practice, a knowledge of principles with the ordinary details and daily recurring duties of doinestic life. In some departments of the work Mr. Webster has been assisted by a lady whose qualifications are beyond dispute, and the result of their united labours is the production of a volume which exhausts the subject, and defies all competition. The work is richly illustrated with woodcuts, adding greatly to its value, We strongly recommend every lady, and all others who are concerned in the management of domestic affairs, to make themselves familiar with Mr. Webster's volume, which must speedily be regarded as an indispensable book of reference to every housekeeper."
Eclectic Review. WELSFORD (HENRY).-ON THE ORIGIN AND RAMIFICATIONS OF THE
ENGLISH LANGUAGE; preceded by an Investigation into the Primitive Seats, Early
Henry Welsford. 8vo.-In the press.
Containing Plain and Concise Observations on the Construction and Management of the Stable; a brief and popular Outline of the Structure and Economy of the Horse; the Nature, Symptoms, and Treatment of the Diseases and Accidents to which the Horse is liable: the best Method of performing various Important Operations; with Advice to the Purchasers of Horses; and a copious Materia Medica and Pharmacopeia. 17th edition, entirely reconstructed, with considerable Additions and Alterations, bringing the work up to the present state of Veteri.
nary Science. By W.C. Spooner, 8vo. with coloured Plate, 165. cloth. WHITE'S COMPENDIUM OF CATTLE MEDICINE ;
Or, Practical Observations on the Disorders of Cattle and other Domestic Animals, except the Horse. 6th Edition, re-arranged, with copious Additions and Notes. By W.C. Spooner, Vet. Surgeon, author of a “Treatise on the influenza," and a “Treatise on the Foot and
Leg of the Horse," etc. 8vo. 98. cloth. WHITLEY.—THE APPLICATION OF GEOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE;
And to the Improvement and Valuation of Land ; with the Nature and Properties of Soils, and the Principles of Cultivation. By Nicholas Whitley, Land Surveyor. 8vo. 78. 6d. cloth.
WIGAN (DR. A. L. ,—THE DUALITY OF THE MIND,
Proved by the Structure, Functions, and Diseases of the Brain, and by the Phenomena of Mental Derangement; and shewn to be essential to Moral Responsibility, With an Appendix: 1. On the Influence of Religion on Insanity; 2. Conjectures on the Nature of the Mental Operations; 3. On the Management of Lunatic Asylums. By A.L. Wigan, M.D.
8vo. 123. cloth. WILKINSON.-THE ENGINES OF WAR, ETC.
Being a History of Ancient and Modern Projectile Instruments and Engines of Warfare and Sporting; including the Manufacture of Fire Arms, the History and Manufacture of Gunpowder, of Swords, and of the cause of the Damascus Figure in Sword Blades, with some Observations on Bronze: to which are added, Remarks on some Peculiarities of Iron, and on the extraordinary Effect produced by the Action of Sea Water on Cast Iron ; with Details of
the various miscellaneous Experiments. By H. Wilkinson, M.R.A.S. 8vo. 98. cloth. WILLOUGHBY (LADY), A DIARY.
Purporting to have been kept by the LADY WILLOUGHBY of the Reign of Charles I.,
embracing some Passages of her Domestic History from 1635 to 1648. A New Edition, in a smaller size, printed and bound in the style of the period to which the
Diary refers.' Square Fcap. 8vo 85. boards; or 188. bound in morocco (old style.) WRIGHT (THOS.)-THE HISTORY OF SOCIETY IN ENGLAND DURING
THE MIDDLE AGES. By Thomas Wright, Esq. M.A. F.S.A., Corresponding Member of the Institute of France. 2 vols. 8vo.-- In the press. 1. The Peasant, or Serf.
4. The Burgher. 2. The Feudal Landholder.
5. The King. 3. The Ribald, or Parasite Class.
6. T'he Clergy
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