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DR. ARNOLD'S WORKS.
THE HISTORY OF ROME,
, From the Earliest Period. Reprinted entire from the last English editios
One vol., 8vo. $3 00.
WEALTH. Two vols. of the English edition reprinted entire in 1 vol., 8vo. $2 50. “The History of Rome will remain, to the latest ace of he world, the most atiractive, the most aseful, and the most elevating subject of human contemplation. It must ever form the basis of a liberal and enlightened education, and present the nost important subject to the contemplation of the statesman. It is remarkable, that until the appearance of Dr Arnold's volumes, no history, (except Niebuhr's, whose style is often obscure) of this wonderful people existed, commensurate either to their dignity, their importance, or their intimate connection with modern institutions. In the preparation and composition of the history, Dr. Arnold expended many long years, and beni to it the whole force of his great energies. It is a work to which the whole culture of the man, from boyhood, contributed-most carefully and deeply meditated, pursued with all the ardor of a labor of love, and relinquished only with life. 0: the conscientious accuracy, industry, and power of mind, which the work evinces—its clearness, dignity, and vigor of composition--it would be needless to speak. It is eminently calculated to delight and instruct both the student and the miscellaneous reader."- Boston Courier,
IUT. LECTURES ON MODERN HISTORY. Delivered in Lent Term, 1842, with the Inaugural Lecture delivered in 1841.
Edited, with a Preface and Notes, by Henry Reed, M. A., Prof. of English Literature in the University of Pa. 12mo. $1 25. “ The Lectures are eight in number, and furnish the best possible introduction to a philosophical study of modern history. Prof. Reed has added greatly io the worth and interest of the volume, by appending to each lecture such extracts from Dr. Arnold's other writings as would more fully illustrate its prominent points. The notes and appendix which he has thus furnished are exceedingly valuable."- Courier and Enquirer.
IV. RUGBY SCHOOL SERMONS. Sermons preached in the Chapel of Rugby School, with an Address before
Confirmation. One volume, 16mo. 50 cts. “There are thirty Sermons in this neat little volume, which we cordially recommend to paments and others, for the use of the young, as a guide and incentive to deep earnestness in matLors of religious belief and conduct; as a book which will interest all by its sincerity, and esper cially those who have become acquainted with Dr. A. through his Life aud Letters, recently published by the Appletons."- Evening Post.
V. MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. With nine additional Essays, not included in the English collection. One
volume, 8vo. $2 00. “This volume includes disquisitions on the Church and State,' in its existing British combi. nations-on Scriptural and Secular flistory-and on Education, with various other subjects of Political Economy. It will be a suitable counterpart to the Life and Correspondence of Dr. Arnold,' and scholars who have been so deeply interested in that impressive biography will be gratified to ascertain the deliberate judgment of the Author, upon the numerous important themes which his • Miseellaneous Works so richly and clearly announce."
VI. THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF THOMAS
ARNOLD, D. D. By Arthur P. Stanley, A. M. 2d American from the fifth London edition.
One handsome 8vo. volume. $200. This work should be in the hands of every one who lives and thinks for his race and for ats religion ; not so much as a guide for action, as affording a stimulant 6 intellectual and moral reflection.' Prot. Churchman.
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NIS TORY OF FRANCE,
FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD.
Two handsome 8vo, volumes. $ 3 50. “ So graphic, au life-like, so dramatic a historian as Micholou, we know not when olse to look for. The countries, the races of men, the times, pass vividly before yong is yov poruse bis animated pages, where we find nothing of diffuseness or irrelevan
y le is a masterly work, and the publishers are doing the roading public a servic os producing it in so nexceptionable and cheap an edition."-Tribune.
One handsome 12mo. volume. Paper cover 75 cts. Cloth $1. “ M. Michelor, in his History of the Roman Republic, first introduces the :eader to the Ancient Geography of Italy; then by giving an excellent picture of the present state of Rome and the surrounding country, full of grand ruins, he excites in the reader the desire to investigate the ancient history of this wonderful land. He next imparts the results of the latest intestigations, eutire, deeply studied and clearly arrangod, and saves the uneducated reader the trouble of investigating the sources, while he gives to the more educated mind an impetus to study the literature from which he gives very accurate quotations in his notes. He describes the peculiaritios and the life of the Roman people in a masterly manner, and he fascinates every roader, by the brilliant clearness and vivid freshness of his style, whilo ho show himself a good historian, by the justness and impartiality with which he relatos and philosophizes."
D. Appleton of Company have just published,
HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
THE PEACE OF UTRECHT TO THE PEACE OF PARIS
BY LORD MAHON
Two handsome 8vo. volumes. Price $5.
Mr. Macaulay's Opinion. “Lord Mahon nas andoubtedly some of the most valuable qualities of a historier great diligence in examining authorities, great judgment in weighing testimony, and great impartiality in estimating characters."
Quarterly Review. “Lord Mahon has shown throughout, excellent skill in combining, as wel, as con trasting, the various elements of interest which his materials sfforded; he has continued to draw his historical portraits with the same firm and easy hand; and no one can lay down the book without feeling that he has been under the guidance of a singularly clear, high-principled, and humane mind; one uniting a very searching shrewdness with : pure and unaffected charity. He has shown equal courage, judgment, and taste, in irailing himself of minute details, so as to give his narrative the picturesqueness of : memoir, without sacrificing one jot of the real dignity of history His History i well calculated to tem per the political judgment. It is one great lesson of modesty, ter bearance, and charity."
Edinburgh Revier. “It was with no small satisfaction that we saw a history of this period annonnood from the pen of Lord Mahon, nor have we been disappointed in our expectations. Hie parrative is minute and circumstantial, without being tedious.. His History of the Ro bellion in particular is clear, distinct, and entertaining. In his judgment of persons he is on the whole fair, candid, and discriminating."
English Reviero. “Lord Mahon's work will snpply a desideratum which has long been fell--a really good history of the last 150 years. It is written with an ease of style, a command of the object, and a comprehensiveness of view, which evince the possession of high qualifications for the great task which the noble author has proposed to himself. Lord Mahon wails himself extensively of the correspondence and private diaries of the times, which gives gousual interest and life to the narrative... The authorities quoted for Bpanish or French details are always the original ; and we can hardly remember a refor enre of his Lordship's on any subject which is not to the best testimony known as accesible."
Sismondi-Histoire des Français. "Bar le Prince Charles Edouard, en 1745-nous renvoyons uniquement à l'admirable Asit de cette expédition dans l'Histoire de Lord Mahon. Toutes les relations y son wwpartes et jugées avec une saine critique, et le récit presente le vif interét d'un roman.'
Professor Smyth-- University of Cambridge. "! may recommend to others, what I have just bad so much pleasure in reading my well, the History lately published by Lord Mahon. All that need now be known of the me from the Peace of Utrecht to that of Aix-la-Chapelle, wid be there found."