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Febrvary, 1871.

MR. MURRAY'S

GENERAL LIST OF WORKS.

ALBERT'S (PRINCE) SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES ON

PUBLIC OCCASION3; with an Introduction, giving some outline of his Character. With Portrait. 8vo. 108. 64. ; or Cheap Edition, fcap.

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Powers and the Investigation of Truth. Nineteenth Edition. Fcap. 8vo.
38. 6d.

Philosophy of the Moral Feelings. Fourteenth
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ACLAND'S (Rev. CHARLES) Popular Account of the Danners and

Customs of India. Post 8vo. 2s.
ÆSOP'S FABLES. A New Version. With Historical Preface.

By Rev. Tuomas James. With 100 Woodcuts, by TEXNIEL and WOLF.

63rd Thousand. Post 8vo. 29. 60. AGRICULTURAL (THE ROYAL) JOURNAL. 8vo. 68. AIDS TO FAITH : a Series of Theological Essays. By the

following Writers. Seventh Edition. 8vo. 93.
DEAX MAXSEL.

Professor RAWLIxsox.
BISHOP OF CORK.

BISHOP OF Ei.y.
Rev. Dr. M CAUL.

ARCHBISHOP OF YORK.
CANON Cook.

BisHOP OF GLOUCESTER & BRISTOL.
AMBER-WITCH (THE). A most interesting Trial for Witch-

craft. Translated from the German by LADY DOFF GORDON. Post

8vo. 29. ARMY LIST(THE). Published Monthly by Authority. 18mo. 18.6d. ARTHUR'S (LITTLE) History of England. By LADY CALLOOTT.

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By
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(SARAH) Fragments from German Prose Writers. With Biographical Notes. Post 8vo. 108.

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ADMIRALTY PUBLICATIONS; Issued by direction of the Lords

Commissioners of the Admiralty:
A MANUAL OF SCIENTIFIC ENQUIRY, for the Use of Travellers.

By Varions Writers. Edited by Sir John F. HERSCHEL. Fourt

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AIRY'S ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS MADE AT GBEESWICE.

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II. Plan of the Building and Ground on the Royal Ob-
servatory, Greenwich.

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3s. III. Longitude of Valentia. 1864.-I. Moon's Semidiameter.

II. Planetary Observations, 1831 to 1933.
1868.-I. Correctious of Bouvard's Elements of Jupiter and

Saturn. 48
II. Seven Years' Catalogue of 2760 Stars for 1861. 10s.
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METEOROLOGICAL

MAGNETICAL AND 1848 to 1868. 4to. 88. euch.

RESULTS.

REDUCTION OF THE OBSERVATIONS OF PLANETS. 1750 to 1330. Royal 4to. 50s.

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PUBLISHED BY MR. MURRAY.

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4to. 58.
VENUS and JUPITER: OBSERVATIONS of, compared with the Tables.

London, 1822. 4to. 28.
WALES' AND BAYLY'S ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS,

1777. 4to. 213.
WALES' REDUCTION OF ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS
MADE IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHEBE. 1764-1771. 1788.

4tu. 108. 60.

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