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LIST OF NEW WORKS.
WILD MEN AND WILD BEASTS: Scenes in Camp and Jungle. By Lieutenant-Colonel GORDON CUMMING. With Illustrations by Colonel R. BAIGRIE. One vol. 4to, cloth. Price 24s.
PAST AND PRESENT; or, Social and Religious Life in the REID, Author of 'Lowland Legends,' 'Life of Rev. Crown 8vo. Illustrated. Price 6s.
North. By H. G.
John Skinner,' etc.
CONTENTS:-The Church and the People-Margaret Linwood (The Romance of the Manse)-Discord and Superstition-James Bruce (Freebooting)— Dwellings for the People-Co-operation-John Wilson (A House or a Home) The Rural Labourer-Robert Gray (From the Plough to the Pulpit)—The Fisher Folk-Old Oscar (The Faithful Dog).
A SURVEY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY. By JOHN MACDONELL, M.A. One vol. crown 8vo. Price 6s.
FOUR PHASES OF MORALS: Lectures originally delivered before the Royal Institution, London. By JoHN STUART BLACKIE, Professor of Greek in the University of Edinburgh. One vol. fcap. 8vo. MEMOIR OF THE LATE JOHN DUNCAN, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Hebrew, New College, Edinburgh. By Rev. DAVID BROWN, D.D. One vol. crown 8vo.
COLLOQUIA PERIPATETICA: Being Conversations in Philosophy, Theology, and Religion. By the late JOHN DUNCAN, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Hebrew, New College, Edinburgh. By Rev. WILLIAM KNIGHT, Dundee. Third Edition. One vol. extra fcap. 8vo.
A HISTORY OF THE BATTLE OF BANNOCKBURN, Fought A.D. 1314. With Map, Armorial Bearings, and Notices of the principal Warriors who engaged in that Conflict. By ROBERT WHITE, Author of a History of the Battle of Otterburn.' One vol. 8vo. Nearly ready.
THE HISTORIANS OF SCOTLAND—
FORDUN. Edited by W. F. SKENE.
An Annual Payment of £1 will entitle the Subscriber to Two Volumes.