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Historical Lectures on the Life of our Lord Jesus Christ; being the Hulsean Lectures for the Year 1859. With Notes. By C. J. Ellicott. Boston: Gould and Lincoln. 12mo. pp. 381.
Commentary on the Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia. Revelation i. 11. By R. C. Trench. New York.
mo. pp. 312.
The Book of Psalms, in Hebrew and English, arranged in Parallelism. Andover: W. F. Draper. 12mo. pp. 194.
Prayers. By Theodore Parker. Boston: Walker, Wise, & Co. 18mo. Pp. 200.
First Principles of Ethics, designed as a Basis for Instruction in Ethical Science in Schools and Colleges. By J. T. Champlin. Boston: Crosby Nichols, Lee, & Co. 12mo. pp. 204.
HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY.
The Puritans; or, the Church, Court, and Parliament of England during the Reigns of Edward VI. and Queen Elizabeth. By Samuel Hopkins. Vol. III. Boston: Gould and Lincoln. 8vo. pp. 675. (See p. 127.)
Tales of a Grandfather. History of Scotland. By Sir Walter Scott, Bart. With Notes. In Six Volumes. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. (Uniform with the beautiful "Household Waverley.")
The Constitutional History of England, since the Accession of George III. 1760-1860. By Thomas Erskine May, C. B. 2 vols. Boston: Crosby and Nichols. 12mo. Vol. I. pp. 484. (See p. 133.)
The History of England from the Accession of James II. By Lord Macaulay. Vol. V. Edited by his Sister, Lady Trevelyan. With Additional Notes to Vols. I., II., III., IV., a Sketch of Lord Macaulay's Life and Writings, by S. Austin Allibone, and a complete Index to the entire Work. Boston Crosby and Nichols. 12mo. pp. 335.
GEOGRAPHY AND TRAVELS.
Life and Adventures in the South Pacific. By a Roving Printer. New York: Harper and Brothers. 12mo. pp. 361.
The Okavango River; a Narrative of Travel, Exploration, and Adventure. By Charles John Andersson. With numerous Illustrations, and a Map of Southern Africa. New York: Harper and Brothers. 8vo. pp. 414. (See p. 142.)
The Last Travels of Ida Pfeiffer; inclusive of a Visit to Madagascar. With an Autobiographical Memoir of the Author. Translated by H. W. Dulcken. New York: Harper and Brothers. 12mo. pp. 281. (See p. 143.)
The Cotton Kingdom; a Traveller's Observations on Cotton and Slavery in the American Slave States; based upon three former Volumes of Journeys and Investigations by the same Author. By Frederick Law Olmsted. New York: Mason Brothers. 2 vols. 12mo. pp. 376, 404. (See p. 137.)
NOVELS AND TALES.
Record of an Obscure Man. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 18mo. pp. 216. (See p. 141.)
Tales of the Day.
No. 6. Boston: William Carter.
For Better for Worse. Boston: T. O. H. P. Burnham. pp. 165. Notice to Quit. By W. G. Wills. New York: Harper and Brothers. Pp. 156.
The Artist's Married Life; being that of Albert Dürer, translated from the German of Leopold Schefer, by Mrs. J. R. Stodart. Revised Edition, with Memoir. Boston: James Munroe & Co. 16mo. pp. 204.
Works of Charles Dickens. Household Edition. Old Curiosity Shop. 3 vols. New York: James G. Gregory.
Lilliesleaf; being a concluding Series of Passages in the Life of Mrs. Mar
garet Maitland, of Sunnyside. Written by herself. Boston: T. O. H. P. Burnham. pp. 398.
Songs in Many Keys. By Oliver Wendell Holmes. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 12mo. pp. 308.
Poems by John G. Saxe. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. (Blue and gold.)
32mo. pp. 308. The Tragedy of Errors. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 18mo. pp. 249. Poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. From the last London Edition, corrected by the Author. 3 vols. New York: James Miller. 32mo. (Blue and gold.) (See p. 154.)
The British Poets. Poems of Lord Byron. 10 vols. Boston: Little, Brown, & Co.
Poems by William Allingham. First American Edition. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. 32mo. pp. 276. (Blue and gold.)
The Works of William Shakespeare, edited by Richard Grant White. Vols. IX., X., XI., XII. Boston: Little, Brown, & Co. 12mo.
The Magnet Stories for Summer Days and Winter Nights. Illustrated. Boston James Munroe & Co. 18mo. pp. 296.
Streaks of Light; or, Fifty-two Facts from the Bible for the Fifty-two Sundays of the Year. New York: Harper and Brothers. 16mo. pp. 344. Spectacles for Little Eyes. Boston: Walker, Wise, & Co. 16mo. pp. 398. (A pleasant and well-illustrated account of the sights of Boston and its vicinity.)
The Stokesley Secret; or, How the Pig paid the Rent. By the Author of "The Heir of Redclyffe." New York: D. Appleton & Co.
24mo. pp. 245.
Boston: Ticknor and Fields.
Spare Hours. By John Brown, M. D. 12mo. pp. 458. (See p. 153.)
Lessons in Life. A series of Familiar Essays. By Timothy Titcomb. New York: C. Scribner. 12mo. pp. 344.
Woman's Rights under the Law. In Three Lectures. By Caroline H. Dall. Boston: Walker, Wise, & Co. 18mo. pp. 164. (See p. 141.)
A Course of Six Lectures on the Chemical History of a Candle; to which is added a Lecture on Platinum. By Michael Faraday. New York: Harper and Brothers. pp. 223.
Asaph, or the Choir-Book; a Collection of Vocal Music, Sacred and Secular. By Lowell Mason and William Mason. New York: Mason Brothers. pp. 384.
Two Dedication Sermons delivered in Wilton, N. H. By Rev. Jonathan Livermore, Jan. 5, 1775, and by Rev. A. A. Livermore, Jan. 10, 1861. New York: John A. Gray. pp. 33.
A Sermon preached at Cleveland, Ohio, before the A. B. C. F. M., at their Fifty-second Annual Meeting. By Richard S. Storrs, Jr. New York: J. A. Gray. pp. 45.
Our Sacrifices. A Sermon, preached Nov. 3, 1861, being the Sunday after the Funeral of Lieut. W. L. Putnam. By C. A. Bartol. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. pp. 23.
The Ship of State bound for Tarshish. A Sermon, preached in Sandwich, Nov. 21, 1861. By Henry Kimball, Boston: Rand and Avery. pp. 16.
The Position of our Species in the Path of its Destiny. New York: Charles Scribner. pp. 32.