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Marteilhe de BERGERAC (Jean). Mémoires d'un Protestant condamné aux galères de France pour cause de Religion. 12° Paris, 1865. MARTIN (Theodore).-see Goethe (J. W.). MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS::

The Legend of Mary, Queen of Scots and other ancient poems, now first published from MSS. of the sixteenth century, with an introduction, notes, and an Appendix. an Appendix. [By John Fry.] 8° London, 1810.

The genuine letters of, to James, Earl of Bothwell, found in his Secretary's closet after his decease; and now in the possession of a gentleman of Oxford, translated by Edward Simmonds. 8° Westminster, 1726.

Chatelar. Effusions of Love to Mary, Queen of Scotland, translated from a Gallic manuscript, interspersed with songs, sonnets, and notes explanatory by the Translator. [A Forgery by W. H. Ireland]. 12° London, 1805.

WHITAKER (John). Mary, Queen of Scots vindicated. 3 vols. 8° London, 1787.

Inquiry, historical and critical, into the evidence against Mary, Queen of Scots, by William Tytler. 2 vols. 8° London, 1790. MERIVALE (Herman). Historical Studies. 8° 8° London, 1865. MILL (John Stuart). Thoughts on Parliamentary Reform. 8° London, 1859.

Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy, and of the principal philosophical questions discussed in his writings. 8° London, 1865.

Auguste Comte and Positivism. 8° London, 1865.

MONLUC (Blaise de, Maréchal de France). Commentaires et Lettres. Edition revue sur les MS., et publiée avec les variantes pour la Société de l'Histoire de France, par Alphonse de Ruble. Tomes 1— 8° Paris, 1864.

MONTROSE (Marquis of). Memoirs of, by Mark Napier. 2 vols. 8° London, 1856.

MOREL (J. P. M.). Essais historiques et pittoresques, sur Saint Bertrand de Comminges. 8° Toulouse, 1852.

MORGAN (Octavius) and Thomas WAKEMAN. Notes on the ancient Domestic residences of P'entre-Back, Crick, Ty-Mawr, the Garn, Crindau, and St. Julian's.

The Monastery of Austin Friars at Newport, with notes on the house of Black-Friars and other minor Ecclesiastical establishments, by Thomas Wakeman.

Notes on the ancient domestic residences of Tre-Owen, Killwch, and the Waen, by Octavius Morgan and Thomas Wakeman.

Notes on the ecclesiastical remains at Runston, Sudbrook, Dinham, and Llan-Bedr.

Notes on Wentwood, Castle Troggy, and Llanvair Castle. 8° Newport, 1858-1863. MORMON. The Book of Mormon, translated by Joseph Smith. New York.


MORRIS (Richard). Early English Alliterative Poems in the West Midland Dialect of the fourteenth century, with an Introduction, Notes, and Index. 8° London, 1865.

MOUAT (Frederick J.). Rough notes of a trip to Réunion, the Mauritius, and Ceylon, with remarks on their eligibility as Sanitaria for Indian Invalids. 8° Calcutta, 1852.

MUELLER (Ferdinand). The Vegetation of the Chatham-Islands. 8° Melbourne, 1864.

MÜLLER (Carolus).-see Arrianus.

MUNCH (P. A.). The Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys, edited from the MSS. in the British Museum, with historical notes. 8° Christiana, 1860.

MYFYRIAN ARCHAIOLOGY of Wales, collected out of ancient MSS., by Owen Jones, Edward Williams, and William Owen Pughe. vols. 8° Denbigh, 1861.

NAPIER (Mark).-see Dundee (Viscount). Montrose (Marquis of). NASMITH (David). The Chronometrical Chart of the History of

England, civil and military, religious, intellectual and social, from B.C. 55 to A.D. 1860, together with table of the Contemporary Sovereigns of Europe, from William the Conqueror to Queen Victoria. fol. London, 1863.

NEFFTZER (A.).-see Strauss (Frederick).

NEGRI (Cristofero). La Storia Antica restituita a verità e raffrontata alla moderna. 8° Torino, 1865.

NETHERCLIFT (Frederick George).

The Autograph Souvenir, a collection of Autograph Letters and interesting documents, executed in facsimile. 4° London, 1865.

NICOLAS (Sir Harry). History of the Battle of Agincourt, and of the expedition of Henry the Fifth into France, in 1415; to which is added the Roll of the Men-at-Arms in the English Army. 8° London, 1832.


Book of Rights, now for the first time edited with translation and notes. Celtic Society. 8° Dublin, 1847.

Miscellany of the Celtic Society. 8° Dublin, 1849.

ORESME (Nicole). Traictie de la première invention des Monnaies de Nicole Oresme, textes Français et Latin d'après les MS. de la Bibliothèque Impériale et Traité de la Monnaie de Copernic, traduite par M. L. Woloski. 8° Paris, 1864.

OETTINGER (Edouard-Marie). Bibliographie Biographique Universelle. Dictionnaire des Ouvrages relatifs à l'histoire de la vie publique et privée des personnages célèbres de tous les temps et de toutes les nations. 2 vols. 8° Bruxelles, 1854.

OWL (The). 4° London, 1864.

PALGRAVE (F. T.).-see Shakespeare.

PALGRAVE (William Gifford). Narrative of a Year's Journey through Central and Eastern Arabia, 1862-1863. 2 vols. 8° London, 1865. PARKER (John Henry). Introduction to the study of Gothic Archi

tecture. 18° Oxford, 1861.

PARKER (John Henry). The Ecclesiastical and Architectural Topography of England. Parts 1 to 7. 8° London, 1848-55.

PASCUAL DE ANDAGOYA. Narrative of the proceedings of Pedrarias Davila in the provinces of Tierra Firme or Castilla del Oro, and of the discovery of the South Sea, and of the coasts of Peru, etc., edited by Clements R. Markham. Hakluyt Society, vol. 34. 8° London,



8° Gotha,

Theologische Studien und Kritiken. Eine Zeitschrift für das
gesammte Gebiet der Theologic. 1865 to
-. 1865.
Contemporary Review. Vol. 1 to - 8° London, 1866.
Fortnightly Review, edited by George Henry Lewes. Vol. 1 to
8° London, 1865.

Jahrbücher für Deutsche Theologie, 1865 to


Quarterly Journal of Science. Edited by James Samuelson and William Crookes. Vol. 1 to 8° London, 1864. PERKINS (Charles C.). Tuscan Sculptors: their Lives, works, and times; with illustrations from original drawings and photographs. 2 vols. 8° London, 1864.

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PLATO.-see Grote (George).

PLUME (Thomas, D.D.).—see Hacket.

PLUMPTRE (E. H.).—see Sophocles.

PLUNKET (William Conyngham). Speeches at the Bar and in the Senate. Edited by John Cashel Hoey. 12° Dublin, 1859.

POLE (William).—see Stephenson (Robert).


ENGLAND AND WALES. Numbers and distribution of the People. General Report and Index. 3 vols. fol. London, 1863. SCOTLAND. Vol. 1.-Population Tables and Report.

Vol. 2.-Ages, Conjugal condition, Occupations and Birth-places of the People. 2 vols. fol. Edinburgh, 1862.


Part 1.-Area, Population, and number of Houses by townlands and electoral divisions. Vols. 1 to 4. fol. Dublin, 1863.

Part 2.-Report and Tables on Ages and Education. 2 vols. fol. Dublin, 1863.

Part 3. Vol. 1.-Vital Statistics. Report and Tables
relating to the Status of Disease.
Vol. 2.-Vital Statistics. Report and Tables
relating to Deaths. 2 vols. fol.
Dublin, 1864.

Part 4.-Report and Tables relating to the Religious Professions, Education, and Occupations of the People. 2 vols. fol. London, 1863.

Part 5.-General Report. fol. London, 1864.

POURTALÈS-GORGIER (M. le Comte de). Catalogue des Tableaux etc. qui composent ses collections et dont la Vente aura lieu le Lundi 27 Mars, 1865. 8° Paris, 1865.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS Calendar, 1865- 12° London, 1866.

PUGHE (William Owen).—see Myfyrian Archaiology.

PUSEY (E. B.). The Church of England, a portion of Christ's one Holy Catholic Church. An Eirenicon. 8° Oxford, 1865.


Dictionary of Latin Quotations, Proverbs, &c., classical and
mediæval. Edited by H. T. Riley. 12° London, 1856.
A Dictionary of Quotations from the Greek, Latin, and Modern
Languages. 12° London, 1865.

Familiar Words, an Index Verborum or Quotation Handbook, by
J. Hain Friswell. 12° London, 1865.

Book of Familiar Quotations. 12° London, 1865.

RAVOISIE (A.).—see Algeria.

REEVES (William).-see Colton.

RICHTHOFEN (Karl Freiherrn von). Altfriesisches Wörterbuch.
Göttingen, 1840.

RILEY (H. T.).-see Quotations.-Rishanger.

RISHANGER (Willelmus) quondam Monachi S. Albani et quorundam Anonymorum chronica et annales, regnantibus Henrico tertio et Edwardo primo. Edited by Henry Thomas Riley, A.D. 1259-1307. 8° London, 1865.

ROBERTS (Charles).-see Calendarium Genealogicum.

ROBERTSON (Frederick W.). Life and Letters, edited by Stopford A. Brooke. 2 vols. 12° London, 1865.


Lectures and Addresses on Literary and Social topics. London, 1861. ROLAND (Madame). Mémoires écrits durant sa captivité, nouvelle édition revue et complétée sur les MS. autographes et accompagnée de notes et de pièces inédites, par P. Faugère. 2 tomes. 12° Paris,


RUBLE (Alphonse de).—see Monluc (Blaise de).

RUSSELL (John, Earl Russell). An Essay
An Essay on the History of the English
Government and Constitution, from the reign of Henry VII. to the
present time. 8° London, 1865.

SCHARF (George). Recollections of the scenic effects of Covent Garden Theatre during the Season 1838-39. 4° London, 1839.

Catalogue of the Pictures belonging to the Society of Antiquaries. 8° London, 1865.

SCOTLAND. Transactions of the Society of the Antiquaries of Scotland. Vol. 1. 4° Edinburgh, 1792.

SELWYN (William). Winfrid, afterwards called Boniface, A.D. 680-755. 8° Cambridge, 1864.

Waterloo, a Lay of Jubilee, for June, 1815. 4° London, 1865.

SELWYN (William).
Second Edition.
SERRADIFALCO (Domenico lo Faso Pietrasanta Duca di). Del Duomo di
Monreale e di altre chiese Siculo-Normane, Ragionamenti tre. fol.
Palermo, 1838.

SHAKESPEARE (William), The Works of, [Globe Edition], edited by William George Clark and William Aldis Wright. 12° London,


Pericles, Prince of Tyre, the text from the third Folio Edition, published in 1664 (reprint). fol. London, 1865.

Songs and Sonnets, edited by F. T. Palgrave. 12° London, 1865.

Stray notes on the text of Shakespeare, by Henry Wellesley, D.D. 4° London, 1865.

SHIPLEY (Orby). Lyra Messianica: Hymns and Verses on the Life of Christ, ancient and modern, with other poems. Second Edition. 12° 1865.

SIMON (John).-see Green (J. H.).

SIMMONDS (Edward).—see Mary, Queen of Scots.

SMILES (Samuel). Lives of Boulton and Watt, principally from the original Soho MSS., comprising also a history of the invention and introduction of the Steam-Engine. 8° London, 1865.

SMITH (Archibald).-see Belavenetz.

SMITH (Joseph).—see Mormon.

SMITH (R. Murdoch, and E. A. Porcher). History of the recent discoveries at Cyrene, made during an expedition to the Cyrenaica in 1860-61. 4° Loudon, 1864.

SMITH (R. Payne). The third part of the Ecclesiastical History of John, Bishop of Ephesus, now first translated from the original Syriac. 8° Oxford, 1860.

SMYTH (W. H.). Sidereal Chromatics; being a reprint with additions from the "Bedford Cycle of Celestial Objects," and its "Hartwell Continuation" in the colours of multiple Stars. 8° London, 1864.


ANNALI dell' Instituto di Corrispondenza Archeologica di ROMA.
Folio and 8° Roma, 1829.

Vol 1. to.

Bulletino. Vol. 1. to 8° Roma, 1829.

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Dublin, 1840. Publications of. Vol. 1 to

ARCHITECTURAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Instituted in London, folio. London, 1848.

1848. Works of. 1848 to

ARUNDEL SOCIETY. Instituted in
and Publications of the Society.

Instituted at 4° Dublin,

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London, 1848. Engravings 1848 to

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