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BE1‘.-LHW.—TEIE RACES or AFGHANISTAN. Being a Brief Account of the Principal Nations Inhabiting that Country. By Surgeon-Major H. W. Bellew, C.S.I., late on Special Political Duty at Kabul. 8vo, pp. 124, cloth. 1880. 7s. 6d.
BELLOWS.—EMLISH OUTLINE VocAEcLAEv for the use of Students of the Chinese,
BELLOWS.—0uru2m DmrIOsAEr roE THE Use or MmsIOEAErES, ExnomcaS, AND STUDENTS or LANGUAGE. By Max Miiller, M.A., Taylorian Professor in the University of'Oxford. With an Introduction on the proper use of the ordinary English Alphabet in transcribing Foreign Languages. The Vocabulary compiled by John Bellows. Crown 8vo, pp. xxxi. and 368, limp morocco. 1867. 7s. 6d.
BI-2LLOWS.—'l‘oUs Lus VsREss. Conjugations of all the Verbs in the French and
BELLOWS.—FxENCE AND EsenrsH DICTIONLRY roR THE PoCKuT. By John Bellows ' Containing the French-English and English-French divisions on the same page ; conjugating all the verbs ; distinguishing the genders by different types ; giving numerous aids to pronunciation ; indicating the liaison or non-liaison of terminal consonants; and translating units of weight, measure, and value, by a series of tables differing entirely from any hitherto published. The new edition, which is but six ounces in weight, has been remodelled, and contains many thousands of additional words and renderings. Miniature maps of France, the British Isles. Paris, and London, are added to the Geographical Section. Second Edition. 32mo, pp. 608. roan tuck, or persian without tuck. 1877. 10s. 6d. ; morocco tuck, 12s. 6d.
BENEDIX.—DER VErrun. Comedy in Three Acts. By Roderich Benedix. With
Royal Institution School, Liverpool, and G. Zimmermann, Teacher of Modern
BENFI-2Y.—A PsacrrCAL GRAMMAR or rHE SANsKEIT LANGUAGE, for the use of Early
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Beveridge, B.C.S., Magistrate and Collector of Bakarganj. 8vo, pp. xx. and
BHANDARKA.R.—EARLY HrSTORY or THE DEKKAN DOWN TO THE ltAHOMsnau CONQUEST. By Ramkrishna Gopal Bhandarkar, M.A.. Hon. M.R.A.S.. Professor of Oriental Languages, Dekkan College. Written for the Bombay Gazette. Royal 8vo, pp. 128, wrapper. 1884. 5s.
BILLINGS.—THE PRINCIPLES Or VENTILATION AND HEATING, and their Practical
BIRCH.—FAsTI MoNAsTICI AEvI SAXONICI ; or, An Alphabetical List of the Heads of
BIRD.—PH!sIOLoGICAL EssAYs. Drink Craving, Differenoes in Men, Idiosyncrasy, and the Origin of Disease. By Robert Bird, M.D. Demy 8vo. pp. 246, cloth. 1870. 78. 6d.
BLACK.—YOUNG JAPAN, YOKOHAMA AND YEDO. A Narrative of the Settlement and the City, from the Signing of the Treaties in 1858 to the Close of the Year 1879; with a Glance at the Progress of Japan during a Period of Twenty-one Years. By John R. Black, formerly Editor of the “Japan Herald” and the ‘Japan Gazette.” Editor of the “Far East.” 2 vols. demy 8vo, pp. xviii. and 418 ; xiv. and 522, cloth. 1881. £2, 2s.
BLACKE'1‘.—BESEARCHES INTO THE LoST HISTOBIES or AMERICA; or, The Zodiac shown to be an Old Terrestrial Map, in which the Atlantic Isle is delineated ; so that Light can be thrown upon the Obscure Histories of the Earthworks and Ruined Cities of America. By W. S. Blacket. Illustrated by numerous Engravings. 8vo, pp. 336, cloth. 1883. 10s. 6d.
BLADES.—SHAKsI>ERE AND TYPOGBAPHY. Being an Attempt to show Shakspere’s
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BLADES.—THE ENEMIES or BOOKs. By William Blades, Typograph. Crown 8vo, pp. xvi. and 112, parchment wrapper. 1880.
BLAKEY.—MEMoIRS or DR. RORERT BLAKEY, Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Queen’s College, Belfast. Edited by the Rev. Henry Miller. Crown 8vo, pp. xii. and 252, cloth. 1879. 5s.
BLEEK.—REIINARI> THE Fox IN SoUTH ArRICA; or, Hottentot Fables and Tales, chiefly Translated from Original Manuscripts in the Library of His Excellency Sir George Grey, K.C.B. By W. H. I. Bleek, Ph.D. Post 8vo, pp. xxvi. and 94, cloth. 1864. 3s. 6d.
BOJESEN.—A GUIDE To THE DANISH LANGUAGE. Designed for English Students.
BOLIA.—THE GERMAN CALIGRAPHIST: Copies for German Handwriting. By C.
BOYD.—NAGANANDA ; or, the Joy of the Snake World. A Buddhist Drama in Five Acts. Translated into English-Prose, with Explanatory Notes, from the Sanskrit of Sa-Harsha-Deva. By Palmer Boyd, B.A., Cambridge. With an Introduction by Professor Cowell. Crown 8vo, pp. xvi. and 100, cloth. 1872. 4s. 6d.
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REPORT or THE FmST SEAsON’s OPEEATIONS IN THE BELGKH AND KALADI
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REPORT ON THE BUDDHIST CAVE TEMPLES AND THEIR
REPORT ON ELURA CAVE TEMPLES, AND THE BEAHMANI-
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BURNE.—SHEoPsHIEE FOLK-LORE. A Sheaf of Gleanings. Edited by Charlotte S. Burne. from the Collections of Georgina F. Jackson. Demy 8vo. Part I., pp. xvi.—176, wrapper. 1883. 7s. 6d. Part II., pp. 192, wrapper. 1885. 7s. 6d.
BURNELL.—ELEMENTS or SOUTH INDIAN PAL/EOGRAPHY. from the Fourth to the Seventeenth Century A.D., being an Introduction to the Study of South Indian lnscriptions and MSS. By A. C. Burnell. Second enlarged and improved Edition. 4to, pp. xiv. and 148, Map and 35 Plates, cloth. 1878. £2, 12s. 6d.
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BURNEY.—'1‘HE YOUNG SEAMAN’s MANUAL AND RIGGER’s GUIDE. By Commander
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BU'1'LER.—THE FAIR HAVEN. A Work in Defence of the Miraculous Element in Our Lord‘s Ministry upon Earth, both as against Rationalistic Impugners and certain Orthodox Defenders. By the late John Pickard Owen. With a Memoir of the Author by William Bickersteth Owen. By Samuel Butler. Second Edition. Demy 8vo, pp. x. and 248, cloth. 1873. 7s. 6d. '
BUTLER.—LIrE AND HnEIT. By Samuel Butler. Second Edition. Crown 8vo, pp. x. and 308, cloth. 1878. 7s. 6d.
BUTLER. —GaVOTTES, MINUETS, FUGUES, AND oTHER sHORT IuECEs FOR THE PIANO. By Samuel Butler, Author of “Erewhon,” “Life and Habit,” &c. (Op. I. mus.), and Henry Festing Jones (Op. I.)
BUTLI'2R.—EvOLnTION, OLD AND NEW ; or, The Theories of Bnffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin, and Lamarck, as compared with that of Mr. Charles Darwin. By Samuel Butler. Second Edition, with an Appendix and Index. Crown 8vo, pp. xii. and 430, cloth. 1882. 10s. 6d.
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BUTLER.—SELECTIONS rROM HIs PEEvIOUS WORKS, with Remarks on Mr. G. J. Romanes’ recent work, “Mental Evolution in Animals," and “A Psalm of Montreal.” By Samuel Butler. Crown 8vo, pp. viii. and 326, cloth. 1884. 7s. 6d.
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