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miR, BENTLEY WILL Publish the following NEW WoRKS DURING THE PRESENT MONTH i1. THE DEAD SEA AND THE JORDAN. AR RATIVE of an EXPLORING EXPEDITION to the DEAD SEA and SOURCE of the JORDAN; undertaken by order of the Government of the United States. By W. F. LYNch, U.S.N., Commander of the Expedition. 8vo. with numerous Engravings, bound, 18s.-On the 16th. 2. NEw Historical work, UNIForM with the wortres of Mr. PREscot T. HE LIBERTY of ROME: a History. With an Account of the Liberty of Ancient Nations. By SAMUEL Eliot, Esq. 2 vols. 8vo. with a Volume of Illustrations.—On the 18th. - 3. New work by the Author of “ Hoch ELAGA.” HE CONQUEST of CANADA. By the Author of “Hochelaga.” 2 vols. 8vo. with

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AN ESSAY on a PROPOSED NEW

SYSTEM of FORTIFICATION : with Hints for its Application to our National Defences. By JAMEs Fergusson, M.R.I.B.A., Author of “An Historical Inquiry into the True Principles of Beauty in Art,” &c. Imperial 8vo. 10 large Plates, 12s. 6d. cloth lettered.

Also, by the same Author,

AN ESSAY on the ANCIENT TOPOGRAPHY of JERUSALEM : with Restored Plans of the Temple, &c., and Plans, Sections, and Details of the Church built by Constantine the Great over the Holy Sepulchre, now known as the Mosque of Omar, and other Illustrations. Imperial 8vo. with fine Plates and Woodcuts, 16s. extra cloth boards; or in elegant half-morocco, 20s.

John Weale, 59, High Holborn. (618)

HRISTIAN MONUMENTSin ENGLAND and WALES: an Historical and Descriptive Sketch of the various classes of Sepulchral Monuments which have been in use in this Country from about the Era of the Norman Conquest. By the Rev. CHARLEs BouTELL, M.A. 8vo. 7s.6d, sewed. *** To be completed in Four Parts. George Bell, 186, Fleet Street. (619)

THE PERFECT LAW of LIBERTY: a simple Arrangement of the Four Gospels; addressed to all who would judge correctly of what that perfect law consists, or who desire to compare and study the difference between its undeviating consistency and the imperfect changeable laws suggested by the passions of mankind. 18mo. 3s.6d. cloth. “The perfect law of liberty is love, And its pure stream flows only from above.” *** A few copies, printed on extra paper, may be had, price 4s. Whittaker and Co. Ave-Maria Lane. (620)

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