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DR. JOHN HENRY NEWMAN'S WORKS.
Average per volume, 6s.
various volumes, see catalogue at end of this book.
Fcap. 8vo. 5s.
For list of
BISHOP KEN'S CHRISTIAN YEAR. Hymns and Poems for the Festivals and Holy Days of the Church. For further description, see catalogue at end.
Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d.
ODES TO GREAT (?) MEN; OR, HINTS OF HORACE
ON MEN AND THINGS.
"To readers who can appreciate humour we promise a rich treat."-The Church Times.
By the Same.
Crown 8vo. 35.
SAD TONES FOR SICK TIMES. A volume of clever Satire on the Blunders and Incompetence of Contemporary Ecclesiastical Functionaries.
Fcap. 8vo, 4s.
SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE.
By WIILIAM BLAKE (Artist and Poet).
WILLIAM BLAKE'S POETICAL SKETCHES.
Fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d.
CHARLES AND MARY LAMB'S POETRY FOR
"Perhaps you will admire the number of subjects, all of children, picked out by an old bachelor and an old maid. Many parents would not have found so many."-Charles Lamb to Coleridge.
Fcap. 8vo. 5s.
POEMS AND HYMNS. By EDWARD CASWALL. Some of these Hymns can be found in every Hymn-book now in use, whether Roman, Anglican, or Nonconformist, many others of equal beauty are left unworked in this mine of Eucharistic Poetry.
THE LATIN YEAR.
HYMNS FOR THE SEASONS OF THE CHURCH, in Rhyming Latin, the most Musical and Devotional Language. This collection consists of the finest Mediæval Hymns, and the best Modern Hymns, translated into Latin by the Right Honourable W. E. Gladstone, A. J. B.-Hope, Esq., &c. 4 parts, each 5s.
BASIL MONTAGU PICKERING,