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ANECDOTES OF THE ARISTOCRACY,
By J. BERNARD BURKE, Esq.,
SECOND AND CHEAPER EDITION, 2 vols., post 8vo, 21s. bound. " Mr. Burke has here given us the most curious incidents, the most stirring tales, and the most remarkable circumstances connected with the histories, public and private, of our noble houses and aristocratic families, and has put them into a shape which will preserve them in the library, and render them the favourite study of those who are interested in the romance of real life. These stories, with all the reality of established fact, read with as much spirit as the tales of Boccacio, and are as full of strange matter for reflection and amazement.”—Britannia.
"We cannot estimate too highly the interest of Mr. Burke's entertaining and instructive work. For the curious nature of the details, the extraordinary anecdotes related, the strange scenes described, it would be difficult to find a parallel for it. It will be read by every one.”-Sunday Times.
ROMANTIC RECORDS OF DISTINGUISHED
By J. B. BURKE, Esq.
2 vols., post 8vo, 21s. bound. “ From the copious materials afforded by the history of the English Aristocracy, Mr. Burke has made another and a most happy selection, adding a second wing to his interesting picture-gallery. Some of the most striking incidents on record in the annals of high and noble families are here presented to view.”—John Bull.
MR. DISRAELI'S CONINGSBY.
CHEAP STANDARD EDITION, WITH A NEW PREFACE.
In 1 vol., with Portrait, 6s. bound. “We are glad to see that the finest work of Disraeli has been sent out in the same shape as those of Dickens, Bulwer, and other of our best novelists, at such a price as to place them within the reach of the most moderate means. “Coningsby’has passed from the popularity of a season to an enduring reputation as a standard work. It is a valuable contribution to popular literature.”-Weekly Chronicle.
WORKS OF LADY MORGAN. 1. WOMAN AND HER MASTER. A History of the Female
Sex from the earliest Period. 2 vols., 12s. 2. THE BOOK OF THE BOUDOIR. 2 vols., 10s. 3. LIFE AND TIMES OF SALVATOR ROSA. 2 vols., 12s. 4. THE O'BRIENS AND THE O’FLAHERTYS. 4 vols., 14s. | PUBLISHED FOR HENRY COLBURN.
13 -- - ---- JAPAN AND THE JAPANESE,
Comprising the Narrative of A THREE YEARS' CAPTIVITY IN JAPAN; With an Account of British Commercial Intercourse with that Country.
By CAPTAIN GOLOWNIN. NEW and CHEAPER EDITION. 2 vols. post 8vo, 10s. bound. “No European has been able, from personal observation and experience, to communicate a tenth part of the intelligence furnished by this writer." —British Review.
NARRATIVE OF THE TEN YEARS' VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY ROUND
THE WORLD Of H.M.S. “ ADVENTURE” and “BEAGLE,” under the command of Captains
KING and FITZROY. Cheaper Edition. 2 large vols., 8vo, with Maps, Charts, and upwards of Sixty Illustra.
tions, by Landseer, and other eminent Artists, bound, 11. 118. 6d.
ADVENTURES IN GEORGIA, CIRCASSIA, & RUSSIA. By Lieutenant-Colonel G. POULETT CAMERON, C.B., K.T.S., &c.
2 vols., post 8vo, bound, 12s. NARRATIVE OF A TWO YEARS: RESIDENCE AT
With Remarks on the Chaldeans, Nestorians, Yezidees, &c.
TRAVELS IN ALGERIA.
2 vols., post 8vo, with Illustrations, bound, 12s.
NARRATIVE OF A VISIT TO THE
ATHENS, NAPLES, &c. &c.
8vo, with Portrait, bound, 10s. 6d.
PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF TRAVELS IN BABYLONIA, ASSYRIA, MEDIA, AND SCYTHIA.
By the Hon. COLONEL KEPPEL (now Lord Albemarle).
Third Edition, 2 vols., post 8vo, with Portrait and Plates, 128.
TRAVELS IN KASHMERE, &c. By G. T. VIGNE, Esq., F.G.S. Cheaper Edition. 2 vols., 8vo, with a valuable
Map, and 22 Illustrations, bound, il. 1s.
BY THE AUTHOR OF "MILDRED VERNON.”
Second and Cheaper Edition. 2 vols. 8vo, 21s. bound. “An important, yet most amusing work, throwing much and richly-coloured light on matters with which every one desires to be informed. All the courts and people of Germany are passed in vivid review before us. The account of the Austrians, Magyars, and Croats, will be found especially interesting. In many of its lighter passages the work may bear a comparison with Lady Mary Wortley Montagu's Letters.”—Morning Chronicle.
LORD LINDSAY'S LETTERS ON THE HOLY LAND.
FOURTH EDITION, Revised and Corrected, 1 vol., post 8vo, 6s. bound. “Lord Lindsay has felt and recorded what he saw with the wisdom of a philosopher, and the faith of an enlightened Christian."- Quarterly Review,
THE SPIRIT OF THE EAST.
By D. URQUHART, Esq., M.P. 2 vols., 16s.
SIR HENRY WARD'S ACCOUNT OF MEXICO,
THE MINING COMPANIES, &c.
2 vols., with Plates and Maps, 21s.
THE CRESCENT AND THE CROSS;
* OR, ROMANCE AND REALITIES OF EASTERN TRAVEL.
By ELIOT WARBURTON, Esq. NINTH AND CHEAPER EDITION, 1 vol., with numerous Illustrations, 10s. 6d. bound.
Edited by ELIOT WARBURTON, Esq.,
Author of "The Crescent and the Cross." FOURTH AND CHEAPER EDITION, 2 vols., post 8vo, with Illustrations, 10s. 6d. bound.
"We recommend Hochelaga' most heartily, in case any of our readers may as yet be unacquainted with it."- Quarterly Review.
PUBLISHED FOR HENRY COLBURN.
LIGHTS AND SHADES OF MILITARY LIFE. Edited by Lieut.-Gen. Sir CHARLES NAPIER, G.C.B., Commander-in
Chief in India, &c. 1 vol., 8vo, 10s. 6d. bound. “A narrative of stirring interest, which should be in the hands of every officer in her Majesty's service.”—Globe.
SIR JAMES ALEXANDER’S ACADIE;
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“No other writer on Canada can compare with the gallant author of the present yolumes in the variety and interest of his narrative.”—John Bull.
STORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR.
A COMPANION VOLUME TO MR. GLEIG'S
With six Portraits and Map, 5s. bound. "Every page of this work is fraught with undying interest. We needed such a book as this; one that could give to the rising generation of soldiers a clear notion of the events which led to the expulsion of the French from the Peninsular.”—United Service Gazette.
LADY LISTER KAYE'S BRITISH HOMES
AND FOREIGN WANDERINGS.
2 vols., post 8vo, 10s. bound. " Unrivalled as these volumes are, considered as portfolios of aristocratic sketches, they are not less interesting on account of the romantic history with which the sketches are interwoven.”—John Bull.
THE NEMESIS IN CHINA;
COMPRISING A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE WAR IN THAT COUNTRY; From Notes of Captain W. H. HALL, R.N.
1 vol., Plates, 6s. bound. “ Capt. Hall's narrative of the services of the Nemesis is full of interest, and will, we are sure, be valuable hereafter, as affording most curious materials for the history of steam navigation."-Quarterly Review.
"A work which will take its place beside that of Captain Cook.”—Weekly Chronicle.
ADVENTURES OF A LADY DURING HER
TRAVELS IN AFRICA,
2 vols., 10s.
POETICAL WORKS OF BARRY CORNWALL,
Cheaper Edition, 6s.
ZOOLOGICAL RECREATION S.
By W. J. BRODERIP, Esq., F.R.S.
CHEAPER EDITION, 1 vol., post 8vo, 6s. bound. “ We believe we do not exaggerate in saying that, since the publication of White's Natural History of Selborne,' and of the “Introduction to Entomology,' by Kirby and Spence, no work in our language is better calculated than the · Zoological Recreations' to fulfil the avowed aim of its author-to furnish a hand-book which may cherish or awaken a love for natural history."- Quarterly Review.
THE WANDERER IN ITALY, SWITZERLAND,
FRANCE, AND SPAIN.
By T. ADOLPHUS TROLLOPE, Esq. 1 vol., 6s. bound.
ADVENTURES OF A GREEK LADY,
WRITTEN BY HERSERF,
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