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He went, like one that hath been stunned,
London ---Darling & Son, Printers, 31, Leadenhall Street.
WORKS JUST PUBLISHED.
THE CRUISE OF THE STEAM YACHT
HOLLAND, COPENHAGEN, &c. &c.
MERCANTILE MORALS, A BOOK FOR YOUNG MEN ON ENTERING INTO
BUSINESS, WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING AN EXPLANATION OF ALL
TERMS USED IN LAW AND COMMERCE,
With Frontispiece and Vignette.
MORAL PORTRAITS; OR, TESTS OF
-CHARACTER, By Rev. W. LEASK.-Small 8vo., cloth, price 1s. CONTENTS : The Proud–The Diligent—The Flatterer -The Humble—The Sluggard-The Sincere--The Obedient-The Froward.
THE CLOSET BOOK, By Rev. W. LEASK.-Small 8vo., cloth, price 1s. CONTENTS : Conviction - Introspection - Believe and Live-Wise unto Salvation-Mary's Song—The Three Crosses--Happiness—Heart Revolutions A New Year began—The Privileged-Give ! Give!—The Counsel of Peace
-The Break in the Cloud-The Name of Jesus.
JAMES BLACKWOOD, PATERNOSTER ROW.
WORKS JUST PUBLISHED.
In small 8vo., handsomely bound in fancy cloth, gilt back
and side, with eight beautiful llustrations, price 4s 60,
or guilt edges 5s. ART AND FAITH; OR, THE HARMONY OF SCIENCE AND SCR'PTURE,
By GEORGE TROUP. Illustrations : -1. Daniel-2. The Spindle and the Loom -3. Dennis Shea—4. The Ragged School-5. Rice Sowing -6. Lucifer-Match Girl—7. Glass House-8. Pearl Fishing.
THE IDOL DEMOLISHED BY ITS OWN
Second Thousand-Price 3s 6d. He (the Author) has written with great vigour and power, and assailed Catholicism in its vulnerable points, with a power but seldom equalled ; some of Mr. Knowles's arguments are quite new. We commend the book to readers of all classes.-Glasgow Examiner.
His (Dr. Wiseman's) sophistry, unfairness, and shameful mutilation of oly Scripture, are duly shown up in Mr. Knowles's pages.-Methodist Magazine.
The truly excellent and masterly style in which he overthrows the sophistry contained in the Cardinal's Lectures, will be admired by every Protestant who may be fortunate enough to peruse the work.-- Cambridge Independent Pre z.
We cannot hesitate very strongly to recommend the bowls. Mr. Knowles is vehement in controversy, but there is 0thing of cant, pretence, or display, to detract from the honest warmth of his zeal.-Examiner.
JAMES BLACKWOOD, PATERNOSTER ROW,