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Lucien Guglieri.

By MARY B. LEE. 16mo,

A history of a little Italian boy, stolen from his home and brought to New-York, and compelled to play in the
He is afterward restored to his parents.

streets.

Together;

$0 60

Or, Life on the Circuit. A Sequel to Rachel Cardingford's Book. By JNO. E. E. BOYD. 16mo, The King of Day.

90

By W. S. URMY.

16mo,

90

A history of the Sun: His size, of what he is made, how hidden, spots on his face, how he warms us, etc., etc. Scenes in Europe;

Or, Observations by an Amateur Artist. By LORETTA J. POST. 12mo, illustrated, Life of Bishop Morris.

I 50

By Rev. JOHN F. MARLAY, A.M. Introduction by Bishop Janes. A 12m0 volume of 407 pages, printed on fine tinted paper, bound in English cloth,

I 75

Spiritual Struggles of a Roman Catholic.

An Autobiographical Sketch by LOUIS N. BEAUDRY, Author of "Army and Prison Experience with the Fifth New-York Cavalry." With an Introduction by Rev. B. Hawley, D.D.

Memoir of Rev. Benjamin G. Paddock.

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With Brief Notices of Early Ministerial Associates. Also, an Appendix, containing more extended sketches of Rev. George Cary, Abner Chase, Seth Mattison, Isaac Puffer, Charles Giles, and others. By Z. PADDOCK, D.D. With portraits. 12mo,

Fraternal Camp-Meeting Sermons,

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Preached by ministers of the various branches of Methodism at the Round Lake Camp-meeting, N. Y., July, 1874. With an account of the Fraternal Meeting. Phonographically reported by S. M. Stiles and J. G. Patterson. With an Introduction by Bishop Peck. 12mo,

Minutes of the Annual Conferences

Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, for the year 1874. 8vo,

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Helena's Cloud with the Silver Lining.

By the Author of How Marjorie Watched," "Posie," "For Earth or Heaven," etc. Two illustrations. 12mo,

The Squire of Walton Hall;

90

Or, Sketches and Incidents from the Life of Charles Waterton, Esq., the Adventurous Traveler and Daring Naturalist. By DANIEL WISE, D.D., Author of "The Story of a Wonderful Life,' "Little Peachblossom," etc. Six illustrations. 12mo,

1 25

The Full Envelope;

Or, Gleanings for Youthful Readers. By Rev. RICHARD DONKERSLEY, Author of "Facts about Wives and Mothers," etc. 16m0,

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Queen Louisa, of Prussia;

Or, Goodness in a Palace. (From German Sources.) BY CATHERINE E. HURST. Five illustrations. 12mo,

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A Manual designed to aid Christian Believers in acquiring the Gift, and in maintaining the Practice and Spirit, of Prayer, in the Closet, the Family, the Social Gathering, and the Public Congregation. 12mo, $1.75; square 8vo,

350

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A Free Lance in the Field of Life and Letters.

By Prof. W. C. WILKINSON. I vol. 12mo,

$1.50

"A galop over the field with Mr. Wilkinson is exhilarating. We feel that we have been in knightly company."-WiscoKsin State Journal.

"Prof. Wilkinson is one of the ablest literary critics of the day, and all that he writes may be read with profit and unflagging interest."-National Baptist.

The History of Switzerland.

By HEINRICH ZSCHOKKE. New edition.

I vol. 12mo,

$1 75

Lord Macaulay's Works.

Consisting of his celebrated Essays, History of England, and Speeches and Poems, in eight volumes, sheep,

The Critical and Historical Essays of Lord Macaulay, in one volume, extra cloth,

All the French Verbs at a Glance.

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With Practical Elucidations of all the French Sounds, and Comprehensive Table of
Pronouns. 12mo, flexible cloth,

ALBERT MASON, Publisher,

$20.00 250

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Adopted and Set Forth for Use by the Second General Council of the said Church, held in the City of New-York, May, 1874.

The publisher announces that, after careful revision, the above work has been completed, and is the only authorised version of the Book of Common Prayer of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

The Collects, Epistles, and Gospels are the same as those found in the Protestant Episcopal Prayer-Book, excepting that those in use for Saints' Days have been omitted. The Psalter is the same as that in the book of 1785, repointed to correspond with the service from which it was compiled.

Two different editions have been prepared-an 18mo, printed in clear small pica type, and a 32m0, printed in clear brevier type--and the composition has been so arranged that the matter in either edition appears on the same page-a great desideratum in a book intended to have such wide-spread circulation. All the different editions are printed on the very best super-calendered paper, and bound in the most substantial manner.

A Hymnal of 224 pages, uniform in style with the above, and recommended for present use by the Council, has also been prepared, and an 18mo edition, bound separately, in cloth, can be had for 25 cents.

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32mo, morocco, gilt or red edges (ribbon),

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Square 12mo, morocco, gilt or red edges, without Hymns..

Square 12mo, cloth, printed from 18mo plates, with wide margins, gilt edges, intended
for pulpit use, without Hymns..

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An edition of the square 12mo is in course of preparation, with Hymns, bound as above, at $2.50 and $3.50, respectively. The above editions have also been prepared for use in the Dominion of Canada, and will be furnished at the same rates. COMPARISON OF PRAYER-BOOKS.-The Book of Common Prayer of the Reformed Episcopal Church compared with that of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States. Octavo, 48 pp. Price, 10 cents.

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No. I.

NOW READY.

Forms of Water, in Clouds, Rain, Rivers, Ice, and Glaciers. By Prof. JOHN TYNDALL, LL.D., F.R.S. I vol. Cloth. Price, $1.50. No. 2. Physics and Politics; or, Thoughts on the Application of the Principles of "Natural Selection" and "Inheritance" to Political Society. By WALTER BAGEHOT, Esq., author of "The English Constitution." I vol. Cloth. Price, $1.50.

No. 3. Foods. By EDWARD SMITH, M.D., LL.B., F.R.S. 1 vol. Cloth, Price, $1.75.

No. 4. Mind and Body. The Theories of their Relation. By ALEX. BAIN. LL.D., Professor of Logic in the University of Aberdeen. I vol., 12mo. Cloth. Price, $1.50.

No. 5.

No. 6.

The Study of Sociology. By HERBERT SPENCER. Price, $1.50.

The New Chemistry. By Prof. JOSIAH P. COOKE, Jr., of Harvard
University. vol., 12mo. Cloth. Price, $2.

No. 7. The Conservation of Energy. By Prof. BALFOUR STEWART, LL.D.,
F.R.S. I vol., 12mo. Cloth. Price, $1.50.

No. 8. Animal Locomotion; or, Walking, Swimming, and Flying, with a Dissertation on Aëronautics. By J. BELL PETTIGREW, M.D., F.R.S., F.R.S.E., F.R.C.P.E. I vol., 12mo. Fully illustrated. Price. $1.75. No. 9. Responsibility in Mental Disease. By HENRY MAUDSLEY, M.D. I vol., 12mo. Cloth. Price, $1.50.

No. 10. The Science of Law. By Prof. SHELDON AMOS. I vol., 12mo.

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No. II. Animal Mechanism. A Treatise on Terrestrial and Aërial Locomotion. By E. J. MAREY. With 117 Illustrations. Price, $1.75.

No. 12. The History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science. By JOHN Wм. DRAPER, M.D., author of "The Intellectual Development of Europe." Fourth Edition. Price, $1.75.

No. 13. The Chemistry of Light and Photography. By Prof. VOGEL, Polytechnic Academy of Berlin. (In press.)

No. 14. On Parasites in the Animal Kingdom. By Mons. VAN BENEDEN. (In press.)

No. 15. The Theory of Descent and Darwinism. By Prof. OSCAR SCHMIDT, Strasburg University. (In press.)

Other eminent authors, as WALLACE, HELMHOLTZ, PARKS, MILNE-EDWARDS, and HAECKEL, have given strong encouragement that they will also take part in the enterprise.

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