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General Catalogue 




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OXFORD 

UNIVERSITY PRESS 

GENERAL CATALOGUE 
November 1916 




OXFORD • LONDON • NEW YORK 

EDINBURGH • TORONTO • BOMBAY • MELBOURNE 
GLASGOW ■ CAPE TOWN • MADRAS • SHANGHAI 

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NOTE 

THIS General Catalogue of the Oxford University Press was in active 
preparation when the war broke out, and is now perforce issued with 
such completeness and accuracy of detail as a substituted staff ineligible 
for military service has been able to give it within the limits imposed by 
the circumstances of the time. The great increase of the publications of 
the Oxford Press in the fifth century of its era, which dates from the Jerome 
of '1468', and specially the increase of the years 1901-1914!, with the 
agencies which the publishing department of the Press has undertaken for 
learned societies other than the University of Oxford, has made it impossible 
to confine the list within five hundred pages of close print. The Subject 
Catalogue (pp. 1-480), which has benefited by the assistance and advice 
of many scholars, is designed to provide an easy conspectus of the books 
here offered in any field of investigation or study, and the Alphabetical 
List (p. 481 to the end) the means of rapid ascertainment of the price of 
any book with a reference for further details to its place in the Subject 
Catalogue. It has not been possible to include as much as could be wished 
in the way of description of the contents of books, but (except of school 
books and other books which are constantly being reprinted) the dates of 
publication are given, and many brief lists of contents subjoined. Here and 
there, where the inveteracy of popular error has seemed to demand it, a note, 
or a hint sufficient for the judicious reader, has been given. A reference s.v. 
Cervantes, p. 277, would have kept the old legends believed by Carlyle out of 
the commemorative articles of 1916, and very many entries are suflficiently 
detailed to make havoc of the 'best edition' that lingers on in second- 
hand lists. 

*^* It seems probable that the present issue of the Catalogue will be for 
some time current, and it is requested, therefore, that it may be preserved 
for reference ; though, especially in present circumstances, its statements of 
price and other descriptions must be conditional upon possibilities of supply 
and subject to correction. Lists of books subsequently published will be 
issued and supplied to regular customers, or sent upon application : these 
will be gathered from time to time in a Supplement which will be ' cumu- 
lative ' — that is to say, each issue of it will contain all books published after 
the present Catalogue was sent to press. 

The compilers of the Catalogue will be grateful for any suggestions that 
are sent to the Secretary, Clarendon Press, Oxford. 



IV 

SECTIONS 

I. GeNEUAL Literature ; Contemporary books on contemporary topics, 
Prose and Verse, and recently published studies and memoirs, to which are added 
many lUustrated Books and Books on Art and Music. 

II. Modern History ; with wWch are placed Geography, International Law 
and Economics, Political Science and Philosophy, with books on Universities and 
Education. 

III. English and Modern Classics ; the many Oxford editions, large and 
small, a collection of Books for Boys and Girls ; also the Oxford Dictionary 
and other works on Modern Languages. 

IV. The Ancient World ; in three divisions— Greek and Latin, Biblical 
and Patristic Texts, Oriental Languages and Literature. 

V, Natural Science and Medicine. 

VI. Oxford Bibles and Prayer Books; with Hymn Books, and Books 

of Devotion. 



IMPRINTS 

Besides the books which bear the Oxford imprint of the University Press 

AT THE CLARENDON PRESS, or AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

or the imprint used by 

Mr. HENRY FROWDE, or since 1913 by Mr. HUMPHREY MILFORD 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, LONDON 

the present Catalogue contains publications bearing the imprints of 

THE BRITISH MUSEUM • THE BRITISH ACADEMY 

THE EARLY ENGLISH TEXT SOCIETY • THE CHAUCER SOCIETY 

THE EGYPT EXPLORATION FUND • THE PALI TEXT SOCIETY 

THE PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY • THE CHURCH MUSIC SOCIETY 

THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE 

Also of 

THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. ANDREWS 

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS • PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS 

HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS • YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

THE CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE 

THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

THE AMERICAN SCANDINAVIAN FOUNDATION 

and of 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS AMERICAN BRANCH 

HENRY FROWDE AND HODDER AND STOUGHTON 

ANGUS AND ROBERTSON LIMITED 



CONTENTS 

Oxford University Roll of Service 1914-1916 . . Page 1 

Section I 

General Literature 
The War. 

On the Eve of the War. Oxford Survey of the Empire 1914 . 1 

The Outbreak of the War, p. 2. Science, Medicine and War . 7 

The Belligerents, pp. 3, 4. Oxford Pamphlets ... 8 

War Time, Past and Present, p. 5. Papers for War Time . . 9 

The Conduct of the War, p. 6. Germany's ' War with Russia ' . 10 

Contemporary Politics, Philosophy and Literature. 

Imperial Problems, Greater Britain, The Political Quarterly . . 11 
Essays and Addresses, chiefly on scientific topics . . . . .15 
The New Hellenism : recent books on Greece and Rome ... 16 
Biographies, Letters, Historical Studies recently published . . .17 
Books of Travel and Description ; Folk-lore ..... 18 
Shakespeare's Encjland, the Shakespeare Tercentenary ... 20 
Contemporary Essays and Studies, chiefly literary .... 23 

Contemporary Prose and Verse, The Poet Laureate ... 29 
American Verse, Australian Poetry and Prose .... 31 

Illustrated Books : Art and Architecture. 

Five Clarendon Press Monographs ; Drawings, Illuminated Manu- 
scripts, Engravings, Portraits, Coins and Medals ... 33 
Architecture, Sculpture, &c. ; Oriental, Greek and Roman . . 39 
Byzantine and Mediaeval Art ; Church Art in England . . 43 

Music : the Oxford History and other Treatises ... 46 

Section II 

Modern History and Lav^^ ; Geography ; Economics ; 

Philosophy 

The United Kingdom ; English Law and History 

Roman and Anglo-Saxon Britain ...... 

The Norman Conquest to 1485 : 1. Histories ; 2. Documents . 
Tudor and Stuart, 1485-1714 ; the Reformation and the Rebellion 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, Local History, Illustrations 



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55 

57 
61 
67 



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CONTENTS 



History of the Dominions ; Historical Geography . . . Page 73 

Canada and West Indies, p. 74. British Africa .... 80 

British India, p. 75. Australasia 

General European History ; The Study of History 

General Histories and Collections : France, Italy, Spain, the Balkans 
Turkey and the Far East. Military History 
United States of America : History, Government, Citizenship 
Geography ; Atlases, Oxford Wall Maps .... 
International Law and Economics 

Agriculture, Manufacture, Transport, Finance 

Political Science and Philosophy 

Universities, Academies and Schools. 

Oxford, Statutes and Regulations, History of the University . 

The British Academy, St. Andrews University, University History 

Secondary Education : Australian and American Universities . 

Section III 
English and other Modern Classics 

Oxford Books of Verse ; also some special collections 
Oxford India Paper Books .... 

Oxford Library of Translations .... 
Oxford English Texts : Spenser and Marlowe Series 
Tudor and Stuart Library ..... 
Clarendon Press Library Editions of English Classics 

The Chaucer Series ; Drama ; the Dramatists ; Shakespea: 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, More to Aubrey 

Walpole's Letters (Toynbee), Johnson and Boswell (Hill) 

The Classics of English Criticism . 
Oxford Library of Prose and Poetry 
The Oxford Poets ; forty- two volumes . 
The Oxford Scott, Oxford Thackeray, Oxford Dickens 
Oxford Standard Authors and Annotated Editions 
World's Classics : Poetry and Prose, Novels and Romances, &c, 
Oxford Pocket Poets, Select Classics (Q.), Oxford Plain Texts 
Books on English Composition, Readers and Grammars 

Books for Boys and Girls. 

Herbert Strang, Kingston, Henty, and others 
Books for Girls, Gift Books for Children, Readers, &c. . 



CONTENTS 



Vll 



French, Italian, and Spanish Literature and Language . Page 265 

Scandinavian, Russian, Finnish ; German ...... 278 

Studies in English and Comparative Literature 284 

Modern Languages and Early Literature. 

The Oxford Dictionary 288 

Other English Dictionaries, Etymology, Dialects, &c. . . . 295 

Books by Henry Sweet ; the Philological Society .... 298 

Old and Middle English, Books by W. W. Skeat, English MSS. . 300 

Early English Text Society, Chaucer Society, &c 304 

Icelandic, Celtic, Old French, Gothic, Basque .... 314 

Book Catalogues, Bodleian Library and British Museum . . 318 



Section IV 
The Ancient World 

Greek and Latin Literature and Archaeology. 
Oxford Classical Texts 1900-16. Alphabetical List 
Greek Poets, Orators, Historians, Philosophers 
Latin Poets and Prose Writers : Later Latin 
Greek and Latin Palaeography and Textual Criticism 
Greek and Latin Dictionaries and Philological Works 
Elementary Greek and Latin Books 
Papyri and Inscriptions : British Museum Facsimiles 
Greek and Roman History, Literary History and Archaeology 
Roman Law .......... 

For Greek and Roman Art, see pp. 41-2, Coins p. 38. 

Biblical and Patristic Texts. 

The Hebrew Scriptures and Hebrew, the Septuagint 
Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, Facsimiles of MSS. 
The New Testament, Greek, Coptic, Syriac, Latin . 
Studies in the New Testament, Editions of the Fathers . 
Theological Studies ; Anecdota Oxoniensia (Semitic Series) 

Oriental Languages, Literature and Archaeology. 
Syriac and Arabic, Egyptian, and Egypt Exploration Fund 
Persian, Babylonian and Semitic Antiquities . 
Sacred Books of the East, Sanskrit, Persian and Zend . 
Tamil, Burmese, Hindustani, Kashmiri, Pashtu 



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346 



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357 
359 



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367 
369 
371 

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CONTENTS 



Section V 
Natural Science and Medicine 



The History and Methods of the Sciences, general works 
Mathematics and Physics and Chemistry . 
Astronomy and Geology . 
Biology and Botany ....... 

History of Medicine ; Medicine and Hygiene, general works 
Human Anatomy and Physiology, &c. 
Systems and Manuals of Medicine ; Special Diseases . 
Systems and Manuals of Surgery ; Special Treatises . 
Health of Children, Red Cross, Nursing . 



Page 



400 
407 
409 
417 
420 
422 
426 
430 



Section VI 

Bibles, Prayer Books, Church Music and Books of 

Devotion 

Oxford Bibles and Testaments ; Helps to Biblical Study . . . 433 

Oxford Books of Common Prayer and Church Services . . . 444 

Liturgical Texts and Studies ; the English Divines .... 451 

Homiletic Theology, Missions, Books of Private Prayer . . . 456 

Church Music Society ; Hymns Ancient and Modern .... 465 

The English Hymnal, Church Hymns, Hymnal Companion . . 469 

The Church Hymnary and the Scottish Metrical Psalter . . . 472 

Note on Paper, Print, and Binding, and Specimens of Types used in Bibles • • 477 

ALPHABETICAL LIST, pp. 481-566 
Designed to serve also as a General Index to the Subject Catalogue. 



Oxford University Press 1916 



Oxford University Roll of Service 1914-1916, edited by E. s. craig, 

with a foreword by the Vice-Chancellor. The names arid ranks of members of the 
University serving, 1914-1916, in the Army and Navy, in the armed forces of our Alhes, 
or otherwise in the War ; those who have been mentioned in dispatches marked by an 
asterisk; those who gave their Hves in active service marked by heavy type. Second 
edition, revised, 1916, with supplementary list of Oxford men mentioned in Sir Douglas 
Haig's dispatch of April 30, 1916. 8vo (9 x 6), pp. 326, paper cover. 2s. 6d. net. 

At the Clarendon Press. 



Section I 

On the Eve of the War 

Published June 11, 1914, a few weeks before the Thirteen Days, July 23 — August 4, 1914, 
an authoritative presentment of the geographical, social, and economic conditions of .the 
British Empire, with chapters on its preparation for Defence. 

The Oxford Survey of the British Empire, being a description of the Empire 

and its cdnistituent territories in their geograbhical, economic, administratiye and social 
aspects, 1914. Edited by A. J. HERBERTSOlSf and O. J. R. HOWARTH, in collabora- 
tion with seventy-three contributors. Prospectuses on application. 

Six volumes, 8vo (9 x 6), cloth gilt, 70s. net ; or separately, 14s. net per volume. 

Also printed on Oxford India paper in three double volumes, cloth gilt, leather back, 
90s. net ; these volumes are not sold separately. 

Either edition can be obtained in leather bindings ; prices on application. 

I. British Isles, &c. Pp. 608 i4s. net iv. America. Pp. 521 i4s. net 

II. Asia. Pp. 515 14s. net V. . Australasia. Pp. 596 14s. net 

III. Africa. Pp.s64i4s.net VI. General Survey, Pp.394i4s.net 

With 210 Photographs, 27 Coloured Maps, and 193 Figures in the Text, 3,198 pages. 

CONTENTS 

For contents of Vols. I-V see p. 51, British Isles; p. 75, Asia; p. 80, Africa; p. 74, 
America ; and p. 83 Australasia. 

CONTENTS OF VOL. VI fi , 

British Colonial Administration. Educational Problems of the Empire. 

Sir CHARLES P. LUCAS. E. B. SARGAlilT. 

The Foreign Office and its Agencies. Health and Acclimatization. 

R. M. HARRINGTON WARD. F. M. SANDWITH. 

Legal Problems of the Empire. Mapping of British Territories. 

ARTHUR PAGE. Colonel C. F. CLOSE. 

Summary of Imperial History. Imperial Commerce and Migration. 

H.E. EGERTON. O. J. R. HOWARTH. 

Imperial Defence. (See also I-V.) General Statistics and Index. 

By unnamed contributors. -^^ «^« Clarendon Press. 



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, , , The Outbreak of the War, ^ 

TWdfth^Impression (third edition, revised October 1914) of the first' Oxford Book oh the War. 

Why We are at War : Great Britain's Case, by Members of the Oxford 

"ii-aeulty of Modern History :E. BARKER, H. W: C. DAVIS, C. R. L. FLETCHER, 
ARTHUR HASSALL, L. G. WICKHAM LEGG, F. MORGAN. With an appendix of 
the original documents, including the, authorized English translation of the White :Book 
issued by the German Government, selections from the Ambassadors' dispatches, from 
the Russian Orange Book and from the Belgian Grey Book. Third edition revised, 
twelfth Impression. 8vo(8^x5|). Paper cover, 2s. net ; cloth, 2S. 6d. net. 

' At the Glarniulon Press. 

Translations of Why We are at War. 
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French: Pourquoi I' Aiu/Uterre a pris lesA7-mes. 3 fr. 50. , .,; 

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Qsaijisiii ffrujidenejU Enfflands Peltagelse I.Krigen.., 2 kroner. ,. .„, ,.,^_ , 

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Grerman : Warum wir ICrieg fiihren : Gh-ossbritanniens Mechtsstandpunkt. 2 fr. 50. 

The German White Book : an exact reprint with facsimile title-pages of the Eng- 
lish translation issued by the German Government, August 1914. Reprinted from Why 
We are at War. 8vo(9x6). Paper cover, 6d. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

P\ibliphed November 2,6, 1914, the well-known American lawyer's presentation of the Case. 

The Double Alliance v. the Triple Entente, by J; M. beck. Oxford 

Pamphlets No. 31. Fcap 8vo'(r x4|), pp. 44. Paper, 3d. net. At the Clarendon Press. 
Published September 1915, an account prepared from official and other records. 
The Thirteen Days, July 29i— August 4, 1914, a chronicle and interpreta- 
tion by WILLIAM ARCHER. 8yp (8| x 5^), pp. 244, 3s. 6d. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Published July 1915, an elaborate review oif the policy of Sir Edward Grey not only in 1914 but 
in his whole tenure of the Foreign OfSce since 1906. By Professor GILBERT MURRAY. 

The Policy of Sir Edward Grey ; the Twelve Pays ; the Eight Years. 8vo 
(8] x5|), pp. 128. Paper cover, Is. 6d. net. . . At the (Illarendp^ Press. 

Published August 1915, the famous Italian historian's demonstration that ' The European 
War was decided on at Potsdam ini the evening of July 29, 19l4 ' 

Who Wanted the European War ? by guglielmo ferrero. Trans- 
lated by permission from the Italian Chi ha voluto la Guerra ? 1915. 8vo (8j x5j)', pp. 40. 
Paper cover, 8d. net. , . , At .the Clarendon Press, 

Who Caused the War, being a study of the diplomatic negotiations by EDWARD 
KYLIE, University of Toronto. 1915. Crown 8vo (8 x 5^), pp. 88. 6d. net. 

Oxford XJniversiiy Press, London. 

Professor S ANDAY'S ' Attempt at Synthesis ' 

The Meaning of the War for Great Britain and Germany ; the 

British Case ; the Gerinan Case ; Ai^ attempt at Synthesis. By WILLIAM SANDAY. 
1915. 8vo (8| x 5|), pp. 124. Paper cover, Is. 6d. net ; cloth (9 x 6), 2s. net! 

At the Clarendon Press. 

Oxford PamphletSj 1914—15. Crown 8vo. At the Clurendon Press. 

Series r(Nos. 1-5). Paper boards,' Is. net. 
The Deeper Causes of the War^ by W- SANDAY, 3d. net. . , 

To the Christian Scholars of Europe and America : A Reply from Oxford to the German 

' Address to Evangelical Christians ' (here reprinted). 2d.net. 
The ResponsibiUty for the War,hY W. G. S.' ADAMS. 2d. net. 
Great Britain and Germany, by SPENSER WILKINSON. 2d. net. 
' Just for a Scrap of Paper ', by ARTHUR HASSALL. Id. net. 

Series VI (No. 26). Paper boards. Is. net. 
August 19U-' The Coming of the War, by SPENSER WILKINSON. 



THE WAR 1916 3 

Histories of the Belligerents 

The Evolution of Prussia, The Making of an Empire. By J. A. R. MARRIOTT 
and C. GRANT ROBERTSON. 1915. Crown 8vo (T^x5|), pp. 460, with eight maps. 
Ss. net. At the Clarendon Press, 

The Balkans: a History of Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Rumania, Turkey, by NEVILL 
FORBES, A. J, TOYNBEE, D. MITRANY, D. G. HOGARTH. 1915. Cr. 8vo 
(7| X 51), pp. 408, with three maps. 5s. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

The Balkan Wars, 1912—13, by J. G. SCHURMAN. Second edition, 1915, with 
a preface tracing the change in the Balkan situation up to Nov.'26i 1914. Crown 8vo (8 x 5|>), 
pp. 144. 4s. 6d. net. Princeton University Press. 

Nationalism and War in the Near East, by a diplomatist, with a Preface 

by LORD COURTNEY OF PENWITH. 1915. Royal 8vo (10 x T), pp. xxvi, 428 + 6. 
12s.6d.net. " ,Carne(iie Endowment for International Peace. 

A Short History of Russia, by lucy cazalet. 1915. Crown svo (t| x 5|), 

pp. 88, with eight illustrations and a map. 2s. ' At the Clarendon Press. 

The Triple Alliance to 1914. 
Oxford Pamphlets. Series II (Nos. 6-10). Paper boards. Is. net. 
The Germans, their Empire, and how they have made it, by C. R. L. FLETCHER. 2d. net. 
The Germans, their Empire, and what they cavetj by C. R. L. FLETCHER. - 2d. net. 
Miffht is Right, by Sir WALTER RALEIGH. 2d. net. , 

Austrian Policy since 1867, by MURRAY BEAVEN. 3d. net. 
Italian Policy since 1S70, by KEITH FEILING. 2d. net. 

drerman History and Ideals 
Oxford Pamphlets. Series VIII (Nos. 31-35). Paper boards. Is. net. 
The i>(mble Alliance versus The Triple Entente, by JAMES M. BECK. 3d. net. 
rA« Germans in Africa, by EVANS LEWIN; 3d. net. 

All for Germany, or The World's Respect. Well Lost, by E. BARKER. 2d. net. 
Gmnany, TU'Economic Problem, by C. GRANT ROBERTSON. 2d. net. 
German Seor-Power, by C. S. TERRY. 3d. net. 

■ Oxford Pamphlet's. Series XIV (Nos. 61-65). Paper boards. Is. net. 
Through Gerrndn Eyes, by E. A. SONNENSCHEIN. 2d. net. 
IdoU of Peace and War, by E. A. SONNENSCHEIN. 3d. net. 
German Philosophy and the War, by J. H. MUIRHEAD. 2d. net. 
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The- Man Of Peace, by ROY NORTON. 2d. net. 
Pightinc) a Philosophy, by WILLIAM ARCHER. 2d. net. 

Oxford Pamphlets (Nos. 20, 83) 
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Bomhastes in the Shades, by LAURENCE BINYON. 4d. net. 

Oxford Pamphlets (Nos. 37, 40,76) 
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North Sleswick under Prussian Rule, 1864-1914, by W. R. PRIOR. 2d. net. 
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Submerged Nationalities of the German Empire, by ernest barker. 

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The War Spirit of Germanyvby george m. WrCIng, University of Toronto. 

1915. 8vo (8 x'5'l), pp. 28. Paper cover, 6d. net. Oxford VniversUy' Press, London. 

Eiigland and Germany, 1740-1914, by B. e. fecHMiTT.' 1&16; Demy 8vo 

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Oxford Pamphlets, 1914—15. Belgium— France— Russia— The Eastern Ques- 
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What Europe owes to Belgium (No. 36), by H. W. C. DAVIS. 2d. net. 

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French Policy since 1871, by F. MORGAN and H. W. C. DAVIS. 2d. net. ■ 

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Oxford Pamphlets (Nos. 38, 39, 77-79) 

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Greek Policy since 188S, by A. J. TOYNBEE. 4d. net. 

The Evolution of Thought in Modern Prance, by ERNEST DIMNET. 2d. net. 

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Rumania : Her History and Politics, by D. MITRANY. 4d. net. 

Oxford Pamphlets. Series XIII (Nos. 56-60). . Paper boarfls. Is. net. 

Scandinavia and the War. By B. J. BJORKMAN. 2d. net. 

The War throiigh Danish Eyes, by a Dane. 2d. net. 

The Southern Slavs, by N. FORBES. 4d. net. 

Asia and the War, by A. E. DUCHESNE. 2d. net. 

The War through Canadian Eyes, by Sir W. PETERSON. 2d. net. 

Japan, the New World Power, being a detailed account of the Progress and Rise 
of the Japanese Empire. By ROBERT P. PORTER. 1915. A re-issue of the author's 
Full Recognition of Japan, with a new introductory survey of Japan's share in the war and 
the questions arising therefrom. Medium 8vo" (9| x 6 j:), pp. 814, with seven coloured maps. 
6s. net. Oxford University Press, London. 

Louvain, 891—1914, par L. NOEL, Professeur a I'Universite. A history (in French) 
of the University and City, interwoven with the general history of Belgium, including the~ 
invasion of 1914. 1915. Fcap Svo (6| x 4|), pp. 244, with twenty-one illustrations and a 
map. 3s. 6d. net. -^t the Clarendon Press. 

A.n Historical Atlas of IModern Europe from i789 to i9i4, by c. grant 

ROBERTSON and J. G. BARTHOLOMEW. 1915. Twenty-nine full coloured plates 
and fourteen half-plates— forty-three maps in all, with an historical and explanatory 
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Sebies 

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VII. 

VIII. 

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XI. 
XII. 
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The Responsibility for the War. Nos. 1-5 

The Triple Alliance ; the recent history of its. members. Nos. 6-10 

France and Russia, Serbia and the Eastern Question. Nos. 11-15 

The Philosophy of "War, Nationality, Small States. Nos. 16-19 

Nietzsche and Treitschke, the Worship of Power. No. 20 . 

The British Empire and the War, the Law of Nations. Nos. 21-25 

The Coming of the War (H. Spenser Wilkinson's articles). No, 26 

Dispatches, Mons, the Marne ; the. Navy ; Bacilli. Nos. 27-30 

The Alliance v. the Entente (' The Case ' by J. M. Beck). No. 31 

German History and German Ideals. ;Nos. 32-35 

What Europe owes to Belgium. No.. 36 

Prussia and Poland, Prussia and N. Sleswick. 

Turkey in Europe and Asia, Greece. Nos. 38 

British policies and aspirations. Nos. 41-43 

Economic Aspects of the War ; Food Supplies 

Dispatches, Ypres, Heligoland, Troyon ; Non-Combatants. Nos. 46 

Christianity and the War, including a German view. Nos. 50-55 

Scandinavia, Denmark, Southern Slavs, Asia. Nos. 56-59 

The War tiirough Canadian Eyes. No. 60 ... 

German History and German Ideals. Nos. 61-65 

Britain's War by Land ; Sea-power ; Liege. Nos. 66-68 . 

Contraband and the War ; International Law. Nos. 69-70 

Economics, Farming, Steel, Cotton, Employment. Nos. 71-75 

Alsace-Lorraine since 1870. No. 76 

Modern France, Russia and Britain, Rumania. Nos. 77-79 
Poetry and War. No. 80 . . . . . 
Select Treaties (Special Series, 192 pages). No. 81 
National Ideals ; Bombastes in the Shades. Nos. 82, 83 . 
Canada and the War, the New Army, Coronel & Falkland Islands 



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4.. Brothers All : the War and the Race Question, by EDWYN BEVAN. 

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11. Love Came Down at Christmas, by G. HARE LEONARD. 

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Second Series 

13. Patriotism, by PERCY DEARMER. 

U. Spending in War Time, by E. J. URWICK. 

15. Christianity and Force, by A. G. HOGG. 

16. Germany and Germans, by ELEANOR McDOUGALL. 

17. Pharisaism and War, by FRANK LENWOOD. 

18. The Cure for War, by A. CLUTTON BROCK. 

19. Our Need of a Catholic Church, by W. TEMPLE. 

20. War, this War, and the Sermon on the Mount, by B. H. STREETER. 

21. The Removing of Mountains, by the Author of Pro, Christo et EccUsia. 

22. International Control, by W. G. S. ADAMS. 

23. The Price of Blood, by KENNETH MACLENNON. 
24.. Biology and War, by J. ARTHUR THOMSON. 

Third Series 
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26. Bernhardism in England, by A. CLUTTON BROCK. 

27. The Only Alternative to War, by A. HERBERT GRAY. 

28. Chariots of Fire, by FRANK LENWOOD. 

29. The Ethics of International Trade, by HENRI LAMBERT. 

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Life &' <dManners 

of his Age 

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to the understanding of Shakespeare. I^anguage is, no doubt, a great 
preservative, and Shakespeare speaks directly every day to many people who 
never trouble themselves with the changes that have come over England since 
he was buried at Stratford. Nevertheless, they would understand him better 
if they knew more of his surroundings and of the audience that he addressed. 
Half the errors and fantasies of popular Shakespeare criticism find, their 
opportunity in indifference to these matters, or in ignorance of them.' 

CONTENTS 

ODE on the Tercentenary Commemoration of Shakespeare, by Robert Bridges, 

Poet Laureate. 

I. THE AGE OF ELIZABETH, by Sir Walter Raleigh. 
II. RELIGION, by the Rev. R. Bayne. 

III. THE COURT, by E. K. Chambers. 

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V. THE NAVY, Ships and Sailors, by L. G. Carr Laughton. 

VI. VOYAGES AND EXPLORATION, Geography and Maps, by the 

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VIII. EDUCATION, Schools and School Books, Universities, &c., by Sir 
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Contents, continued, of Shakespeare's England 

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XI. COMMERCE, Trade and Manufactures, Coinage, Currency, and 
Toiiens, by G. Unwin. 

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XIII. LAW, by Arthur Underbill. 

XIV. MEDICINE, by Alban Doran. 

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Onions; Plants, by Sir W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, 

XVI. FOLKLORE, Sports, Fairies, Witchcraft, by H. Littledale. 

XVII. THE FINE ARTS : Painting, by Lionel H. Cust ; Music, by 
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XVIII. HERALDRY, by Oswald Barron. 

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XX. THE HOME, Furniture, Food and Drink, &c., by Percy Macquoid. 

XXI. LONDON and the Life of the Town, by H. B. Wheatley. 

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XX'lII. BOOKSELLERS, Printers, and Stationers, by R. B. McKerrow. 

XXIV. ACTORS; The Actor, Shakespeare as Dramatic Critic, the Clown, 
Rehearsals, Stage Arrangements and Properties, A Performance, 
by Percy Simpson. 

XXV. THE PLAYHOUSE, by William Archer and W. J. Lawrence. 

XXVI. THE MASQUE, by Percy Simpson. 

XXVII. SPORTS AND PASTIMES. Hunting, by the Hon. J. W. 

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XXVIII. ROGUES AND VAGABONDS, by Charles Whibley. 

XXIX. BALLADS AND BROADSIDES, by Professor C. H. Firth. 

XXX. SHAKESPEARE'S ENGLISH, by Dr. Henry Bradley. 

Index of Passages cited from Shakespeare's works. 

Index of Proper Names. 

Index of Subjects and Technical Terms. 



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Reproductions from Illuminated Manuscripts. Three series, each of fiftj 

collotype plates. Second edition, 1910. Fcap 4to (8^ x 6|), portfolio, 5s. net each series. 

British Museum, 

Schools of Illumination, Reproductions from Manuscripts in the British Museum. 
Part I. Hiberno-Saxon and Early English Schools, a. d. 700-1100. Sixteen plates. 1914. 
Part II. English Illuminations of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Fifteen plates. 
1915. Folio (15 X 11). Each part 17s. 6d. net. British Musewm. 

Miniatures and Borders, Autotype Facsimiles from the Sforza Book of Hours. 

1894. Quarto. SOs. British Musmim. 

Also, British Museum Study Sets of Post Cards, Nos. i-iv, from the Sforza Book of Hours. 

Four Sets, of fifteen cards each, Is. net each set. British Musev/m. 

September and December, being two plates reproduced in colour by the Oxford 
University Press from a Flemish Horae, British Museum Add. MS. 24098 (early XVIth 
century). 1914. Is. net each. British Musewm. 

Queen Mary's Psalter, Collotype Facsimile of Royal MS. 2 B. VII in the British 
Museum. 1912. Quarto (13 x 9-|), pp. 96, with 316 plates. 45s. British Museum. 

Woodcuts and Engravings 

The Grotesque Alphabet of 1462, reproduced from the original -woodcuts in 
the British Museum, with an Introduction by CAMPBELL DODGSON and nine plates. 
1899. Imperial 4to(19|x 11), pp. 16. 7s.6d.net. British Musemn. 

The Master E. S. and the Ars Moriendi, with facsimiles. By Lionel 

CUST. 1898. Royal quarto (13 x 10}), pp. 21 of Text and 30 of Plates. 17s. 6d. net. 

At the Clarendon Press. 

Early Engravers and Engraving in England (i545-i69s) ; a Critical and 

Historical Essay by SIDNEY COLVIN. Folio, with forty-one photogravure facsimiles 
and forty-six other illustrations. 1905. lOSs. net. British Museum. 

JiiVelyn S SCUlptura, reproduced in Fell type on linen rag paper, with a photogravure 
of Prince Rupert's Inezzotint, other illustrations, and an Introduction by C. F. BELL. 
1906. Tudor and Stuart Library. Crown 8vo (7ixS^). See p. 164. Stiff TSL paper 
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Reproductions of Prints, New series. 1882-1906. 40s. each Part. 

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Parts VI -X. Line Engravings. VI. Germany and the Low Countries, 1530-1620, 
Fifteen plates, 1896. VII. Netherland Schools, about 1620-1660, Twelve plates, 1898. 

VIII. French School, about 1580-1680, Fourteen plates, 1899. IX and X. The earliest 
Masters practising in England, about 1545-1695, Eighteen and Twenty-one plates, 1900, 1. 

Parts XI-XV. Line Engravings, Eighteenth Century. XI and XII. French, XL Four- 
teen plates, 1902, XII. Twelve plates, 1903. XIII. English, Eleven plates, 1904. 
XIV. Italian, Eleven plates, 1905. XV. German, Eleven plates, 1906. British Museum. 

Reproductions of Prints, Third Series. 1907-13. Specimens of Etching. 

40s. each Part. Part I. German, 1475-1575, Twenty-five plates, 1907. II. Italian, 

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IV. Flemish, 1520-1650, Twenty-five plates, 1910. V. Dutch, 1615-1650, Twenty-five 
plates, 1911. VI. Rembrandt, Livens, and Bol, 1630-1680, Twenty-five plates, 1912. 
VII. Later Dutch Masters, 1690-1700, Twenty-five plates, 1913. British Museum. 



THE FINE ARTS 35 

British Museum Catalogues 

Index Ol Artists Represented in the Department of Prints and Drawings: 

Vol. I. Dutch and Fieraish Schools, German Schools, by LIONEL CUST. 1893, 
Koyal 8vo (10 x 6J:), pp. 406. 12s. net. 

^tJ^]^}}- P'"«"'=h Schools, by LIONEL CUST. 1896. Revised by LAURENCE 
BINYON. Royal 8vo (10x6j:), pp. 272. 9s. net. British Museum. 

Drawings by British Artists and Artists of Foreign Origin working in Great 
Britain, preserved in the Department of Prints and Drawings, a catalogue by LAURENCE 
BINYON. Royal 8vo (10 x 6^). British Museum. 

Vol. I. A-C. 1898. Pp. 360. 12s. net. Vol. III. I-R. 1902. Pp. 274: 10s. net. 
Vol. II. D-H. 1900. Pp. 374. 12s. net. Vol. IV. S-Z. 1907. Pp. 386. 14s. net. 

Early Prints, German and Flemish, a Catalogue by W. H. WILLSHIRE. Octavo. 
Vol. I, 1879, 12s. 6d. net; Vol. II, 1883, 12s. 6d. net. British Museum. 

Early Italian Engravings, a Catalogue by A. M. hind, edited by SIDNEY 
COLVIN, 1910. 8vo. 31s.6d.net. Illustrations, 1909. 8vo. 40s.net. British Museum. 

Early German and Flemish Woodcuts, a Catalogue by Campbell 

DODiGrSON. 8vo. Vol. I, 1904 ; Vol. II, 1911, 21s. net each. British Museum. 

British Museum Guides 

Exhibition of Woodcuts and Metalcuts of the Fifteenth Century, chiefly of the German 
School. 19W. 8vo (81 x 5^), pp. 36. 4d. net. * 

Exhibition of Drawings and Sketches by Old Masters and by Artists of the British School, 
acquired between 1912 and 1914. 1914. 8vo (9^x5^), pp. 58. 4d.net. 

Processes and Schools of Engraving represented in the Exhibition of Select Prints, with notes 
on some of the most important Masters. 1914. 8vo (8j x 5J), pp. 54, with thirteen illus- 
trations. 3d. net. 

Study Sets of Post Cards. Each set contains fifteen cards, and is sold at Is. net. 
Early Florentine Woodcuts. (Set V of the Post Cards.) 
Florentine Engravings. Two Sets. (Sets XI and XII of the Post Cards.) 
German Drawings. (Set XIII of the Post Cards.) 

German Woodcuts; Sixteenth Century. (Set XXXI of the Post Cards.) 
Woodcuts and Metalcuts ; Fifteenth Century. (Set XXXII of the Post Cards. ) 
Pre-Raphaelite Drawings. (Set XI V of the Post Cards. ) British Museum. 

Collotype Plates of famous Engravings (13^ in. x 10 in.). 6d. net each. 
Lady Spencer, by Bartolozzi after Reynolds. 
Lady Salisbury, by Valentine Green after Reynolds. 
Giovanna Baccelli, by J. Jones after Gainsborough. 
Master Lambton, by S. Cousins after Lawrence. 
Mrs. Curtis, by H. Hudson after Walton. 
Frankland Sisters, by W. Ward after Hoppner. 
Juvenile Retirement, by James Ward after Hoppner. British Museum. 

Other British Museum Catalogues 

Playing and other Cards, a Catalogue by W. H. WILLSHIRE. 1876-7. 8vo. 
21s. net. British Museum, 

Playing Cards bequeathed by Lady Charlotte Schreiber, a Catalogue by F. M. 
d'DONOGHUE. 1901. 8vo. 7s. 6d. net. British Museum. 

Fans and P'an-leaves presented by Lady Charlotte Schreiber, a Catalogue by 
LIOf^EL CUST. 1893. 8vo. 5s. net. British Musewm. 

Book Plates, British and American, bequeathed by Sir A. W. Franks, K.C.B. A Cata.- 
logue in three volumes. 8vo. Vols. I-III, 1903-4. 20s. net each. British Museum, 

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Historical Portraits 

Historical Portraits, chosen by emery walker. Crown 4to (101 X 7 1 ). 

Vol. I, 1400-1600, Richard II— Frobisher ; Lives by C. R. L. FLETCHER. 1909. 
Pp. 200, with 107 portraits. 8s. 6d. net. 

Vol. II, 1600-1700, James I— Inigo Jones; Lives by C. R. L. FLETCHER and H. B. 
BUTLER, introduction by C. F. BELL. 1911. Pp. 328, with 133 portraits. 10s. 6d. net. 

Portraits separately, in envelope, 4s. 6d. net, 6s. net. 

Vol. Ill, 1700-1800, and Vol. IV, 1800-1860. In the press. At the Clarendon Press. 

Engraved British Portraits, a Catalogue by F. M. O'DONOGHUE. 1908-1914. 

Royal 8vo (10x6J). Four volumes. Vol. I. A-C. 1908. 21s. net. Vol. II. 

D-K. 1910. 27s. 6d. net. Vol. III. L-R. 1912. 25s. net. Vol. IV. S-Z, 

' Pp. 578. 1914. 22s. 6d. net. British Museum. 

Oxford Historical Portraits, illustrated Catalogues of Portraits exhibited in.the 
Examination Schools, Oxford. Demy 4to (llj x 9). 

Exhibition of 1904. English Historical personages who died prior to the year 1625. 

Forty Portraits, pp. 60. Out of print. 
Exhibition of 1905. English Historical personages who died between 1625 and 1714. 

Sixty Portraits, pp. 104. 10s. net. 
Exhibition of 1906. English Historical personages who died between 1714 and 1837. 
Sixty Portraits, pp. 106. 10s. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Oxford Portraits, ». Catalog* by Mrs. R. L. POOLE. Vol. I, Portraits in the' Uni- 
versity and the Town and County Halls. 1912. Royal 8vo (9j x 6|), pp. 300, with thirty- 
seven plates. 12s. 6d. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Portrait of Shakespeare reproduced in Collotype from the Title-page of the First 
Folio. 1916. The Collotype 12,f X 7, the sheet 18 X 13. ls.net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Annually published from 1676 to 1916 

The Oxford Sheet Almanack. For 1916, the 242nd of the Series begun in 
1674, with a Chromo-collotype of J. M. W. Turner's water-colour drawing, 1802-3, of 
Christ Church Hall. 1915. Printed primarily for the official purposes of the University, 
but copies can be bought on application to Mr. Milford. Imperial broadsheet, very suit- 
able for framing (39 x 30). 

Copies can be supplied of nearly all the years from 1715, at 4s. 6d. net each. See for 
a complete hst pp. 136-139 of this Catalogue. 

The 243rd of the Series, the Almanack for 1917, vriU have a chromo-collotype of Turner's 
drawing of the RadcliflFe Camera from Brasenose College. 

The first Oxford Sheet Almanack was published in 1674, 39x30 inches, engraved on 
four plates by Robert White ; and the series runs continuously from 1676 to the 242nd of 
1916, supplying an interesting record not only of Oxford buildings but of the artistic 
possibilities open to a publishing house commissioning a picture each year. The subjects 
were at first allegorical, the composition being much indebted to Raphael and other 
old masters ; to these succeeded views of buildings existing or designed (the first in 1716) 
with groups of historical figures ; there were occasional returns to allegory from 1753 to 
1766 ; after that date views of buildings or of Oxford from the surrounding country have 
been given. The principal engravers and designers of the period of copper plate were 
Michael Burghers, 1676-1722 (and with collaboration to 1724); Vertue, 1727-175L; the two 
Rookers, 1769-1788 ; Basire, 1797-1814, who engraved the well-known nine drawings 
specially commissioned from Turner ; Jos. Skelton, 1815-1831. For 1832 and until 1870 
steel was used by H. Le Keux, Radclyflfe, and J. H. Le Keux to reproduce drawings made 
by De Wint and Mackenzie, and in and after 1871, engraving having become impossible, 
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quadrangle of the present Press, the Old Clarendon building formerly the printing house), 
five collotypes from pencil drawings specially made by Muirhead Bone, and six chromo- 
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object of showing the best that can be made of coloured reproduction by this means at 
the present time. At the Clarendon Press, 1676-1916. 



COLLECTIONS OF COINS 37 

Coins and Medals 

Guide to the Department of Coins and Medals in the British Museum, with forty-five 
illustrations. Second edition, 1911. 8vo. 6d. net. British Museum. 

Great Biitaiii and Ireland 
Handbook of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland, compiled by 

H. A. GRUEBER. 1899. 8vo. 21s. net. British Musemn. 

Medallic Illustrations of the History of Great Britain and Ireland, in nineteen Parts. 
1904-11. Folio (16|xll|). Parts I-XVII, with ten plates in each part, 6s. net each; 
Part XVI 11, with thirteen plates, 8s. net;. Part XIX, Indexes, General Title, and 
Preface, 10s. net. British Museum. 

Guide to the English Medals, 1881, 8vo, 6d., or with eight autotype plates, second edition, 
1891, 8vo, 2s. 6d. British Musemn. 

Also, British Museum Post Cards : Study Set no. XXV, fifteen cards of Medals illus- 
trating English History, Is. net ; Study Set no. XXIII of Medals by Abraham and 
Thomas Simon, Is. net ; and in the general series of Post Cards, nos. 126-30, 187-9, 200, 
English Coins and Medals, Id. each. British Museum. 

British Museum Catalogue of English Coins 

Medium 8vo (9| x 6), with autotype plates. 

Anglo-Saxon Series. Two volumes. Vol. I, by C. F. KEARY. 1887. 30s. net. 

Vol. II, by C. F. KEARY and H. A. GRUEBER. 1893. 4.2s. net. British Museum. 

The Norman Kings, by G. C. BROOKE. Two volumes. 1916. Vol. I, Introduction 

and Plates ; Vol. II, Catalogue and Indexes. 4.0s. net. British Museum. 

Catalogue of Oriental Coins 
Oriental Coins, a Catalogue by S. LANE-POOLE. 1875-1891. 8vo, with auto- 
type plates. Vols. I-VIII, out of print ; Vol. IX (additions to Vols. I-IV), 1889, 21s. net ; 
Vol. X (additions to Vols. V-VIII), 1891, 25s. net. British Museum. 

Coins of the Shahs of Persia, a Catalogue by R. S. POOLE. 1887. Svo, with 
autotype plates. 25s. net. British Museum,. 

Mohammadan Coins in the Bodleian Library, a Catalogue by s. lane- 

POOLE. 1888. 4to. 12s. 6d. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Arabic Glass Weights, a Catalogue by S. LANE-POOLE. 1891. Svo, with 
autotype plates. 12s. net. British Museum. 

Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, a Catalogue. 1906-8. Royal 8vo,with 

collotype plates. Vol. I, by V. A. SMITH, 30s. net; or in parts (prices on application). 
Vol. II, by H. N. WRIGHT (a section by Sir J. BOURDILLON), 30s. net. Vol. Ill, 
by H. N. WRIGHT, 40s. net. Published for the Trustees. At the Clarendon Press. 

Coins in the Panjab Museum, Lahore, a Catalogue in two volumes, by 

R. B. WHITEHEAD. Royal Svo. Vol. I, with twenty plates, 20s. net ; Vol. II, with 
twenty-one plates and a map, 50s. net. Published for the Panjab Government. 

' At the Clarendon Press. 

Chinese Coins, from the seventh century B.C. to 621 a.d., including the series in the 
British Museum, by TERRIEN DE LACOUPERIE. 1892. Svo, with plates. 40s. net. 

British Museum. 

British Museum Catalogue of Indian Coins 

Coins of the Moghul Emperors, by S. LANE-POOLE. 1892. Svo, with autotype plates. 

36s. net. British Museum,. 

Coins of the Andhra dynasty, the Western Ksatrapas, the Traikutaka dynasty, and the 

' Bodhi ' dynasty, by E. J. RAPSON. 1908. 8vo, with map and autotype plates. 25s.net. 

British Museum. 

Coins of the Gupta dynasties, and of Sa^aiika, by JOHN ALLAN. 1914. Svo (8|x5|), 

pp. 324, with twenty-four plates. 25s. net. British Museum. 

The following are out of print : Sultans of Delhi, 1884 ; Muhammadan States, 1885 ; Greek 

and Scythic Kings, 1S86 ; Moghul Emperors, 1892. British Museum. 



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Greek and Roman Coins 

HlStona Numorum, a Manual of Greek Numismatics. New and enlarged edition by 
BARCLAY V. HEAD, assisted by G. F. HILL, GEORGE MACDONALD, and 
W. W. WROTH, 1911. Royal 8vo (10| x 7), pp. 1066, with 390 figures in the text, and five 
tables. Morocco back, 42s. net ; cloth, 38s. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Contents : — Prefaces to the first and new edition. Bibliography, Introduction, pp. Ixxxviil; 
Europe, pp. 1-493 ; Asia, 494-844 ; Africa, 845-891 ; Indexes, Geographical, Kings and 
Dynasts, Inscription Titles, Engravers, and Index Rerum ; Tables of Weights and Measure- 
ments, Plates of Alphabets. 

Greek Coins in the British Museum. A Catalogue in 8vo with autotype plates, and 
since 1894 with a map in each volume. British Museum. 

By B. V. HEAD. Corinth, 1889, 20s. net; Ionia, 1892, 28s. net ; Caria and Islands, 
with map, 1897, 28s.net; Lydia, with map, 1902, 3Ss. net; Phrygia, with map, 1906,40s. net. 

By P. GARDNER. Thessaly to Aetolia, 1883, 20s. net ; Peloponnesus, 1887, 21s. net. 

By R. S. POOLE. Alexandria, &c., 1892, 2Ss. net. 

By W. W. WROTH. Pontus, Paphlagonia, &c., 1889. 21s. net ; Mysia, 1892, 20s. net ; 
Troas, Aeolis, and Lesbos, vrith map, 1894, 25s. ; Galatia, Cappadocia, and Syria, with 
map, 1899, 28s. net ; Parthia, with map, 1903, 25s. net. 

By G. F. HILL. Lycia, Pamphylia, and Pisidia, with map, 1897, 30s. net ; Lycaonia, 
Isauria, and Cilicia, with map, 1900, 28s. net ; Cyprus, with map, 1904, ISs. net ; Phoenicia, 
with map, 1910, 35s. net ; Palestine, 1914, 8vo (8| x 5|), pp. 478, with a map, table of the 
Hebrew Alphabet, and forty-two plates, 30s. net. 

The following are out of print : Italy, 1873 ; Sicily, 1876 ; Thrace, 1877 ; Seleucid 
Kings of Syria, 1878 ; Macedonia, 1879 ; Ptolemaic Kings, 1883 ; Central Greece, 1884 ; 
Crete and the Aegean Islands, 1886 ; Attica, Megaris, Aegina, 1888. 

British Museum Post Cards : Study Set no. xxiv, fifteen post cards of Coins of Syracuse, 
Is. net; and in the General Series, nos. 121-3, 191-2, Greek Coins, Id. each. 

British Mtisetmi. 

Coins of the Roman Republic, a Catalogue by H. A. GRUBBER. 1910. Three 
volumes, with 123 autotype plates. 8vo. £7 10s. net. British Museum. 



Nummi VetereS in museo R. p. knight ab ipso descripti. 1830. Quarto. 35s.net. 

British Mitsewm. 

The Dated Coinage of Sidon and Ake, by e. t. newell. 1916. Medium 

"4to (11^ X 8J), pp. 72, with ten plates. Yale Oriental Series : Researches, Vol. II. 12s. 6d. 
net. Yale University Press. 

Post- Classical and Renaissance 

Imperial Byzantine Coins, a Catalogue by W. W. wroth. 19O8. Two volumes, 
8vo, autotype plates. 5Ss. net. British Museum. 

Coins of the Vandals, Ostrogoths, and Lombards, and of the Empires of Thessalonica, 
Nicaea, and Trebizond, a Catalogue by WARWICK WROTH. 1911. 8vo, with forty-three 
autotype plates. 22s. 6d. net. British Museum. 

Engraved Gems of the Post-Classical Periods in the Department of British and 
Mediaeval Antiquities and Ethnography in the British Museum. A Catalogue by O. M. 
DALTON. 1915. Quarto (11^ x 9), pp. 260, with reproductions in the text and thirty-six 
plates. 25s. net. British Museum. 

Select Italian Medals of the Renaissance in the British Museum, illustrated on 
fifty plates. 1915. Portfolio (11;{ x8J). 8s.6d.net. British Museum. 

Guide to the Italian Medals, 1881. 8vo. 6d. net. Also with seven autotype plates, second 

edition, 1893. 8vo. 2s. 6d. net. British Musmm. 

Also, British Museum Post Cards : Study Set no. XXVI, fifteen cards of Medals of 

Pisanello and Pasti, Is. net; and in the General Series, nos. 194-9, French and Italian 

Coins and Medals, Id. each. 



THE FINE ARTS 39 

Oriental Architecture, Sculpture, &c. 

Treasure of the OXUS, by O. M. DALTON.wlth twenty-nine plates, eighty-one illus- 
trations, and a map. 1905. 4to, half-vellum, 25s. net ; cloth, 21s. net. British Mnseiim. 

The Ancient Coptic Churches of Egypt, by Alfred j. butler. i884. 

, Two volumes. 8vo (9 x 6), pp. xx, 378, xii, 410, with many woodcut views and plans. 
Buckram, Coptic ornament, 30s. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Christian Antiquities in the Nile Valley, a contribution towards the study of the 
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illustrations in the text and fifty-five full-page plates including five maps. 38s. net. 

At the ClarendonVress. 

IVlerOe the City of the Aethiopians, a first season's excavations by J. GARSTANG, A. H. 
SAYCE, F. LL. GRIFFITH. 1911. Demy Quarto (ll|x9), pp. viii, 94 of text, also 
seventy-four fuU-page plates. 31s. 6d. net. At the Clarendon Press. 

Baghdad, during the Abbasid Caliphate from contemporary Arabic and Persian sources, 
by G. LE STRANGE. 1900. 8vo (9 x 6), pp. xxxii, 382, with eight plans. 16s. net. 

At the Clarendon Press. 

Palace and Mosque at Ukhaidir ; a study in Early Mohammadan Architecture. 
By GERTRUDE LOWTHIAN BELL. 1914. Royal Quarto (13^ x 10|), pp. 200, with 
two maps, ninety-three plates and plans, and thirty-five figures in the text. 4s!s. net. 

At the Clarendon Press. 
British Museum 

Assyrian Sculptures. Edited by E. A. WALLIS budge. Reign of Ashur-naslr- 
pal, 885-860 B.C. 1914. Royal 4to (12| x 10), pp. 24, with fifty-three plates. 25s.net. 
Separate plates 6d. net each. British Museum. 

Egyptian Sculptures. Edited by E. A. WALLIS budge. 1914. Royal 4to 
(12x9^), pp. 26, with fifty-four plates. 25s. net. Separate plates 6d. each. 

British Museum. 

Wall Decorations of Egyptian Tombs (xviiith Dynasty b. u. 1500), illustrated from 
examples in the British Museum. 1914. Royal 4to {9^ x 12|), pp. 16, with eight colour 
plates. 5s. net. The eight plates separately, 6d. net each. British Musemn. 

Bronze Reliefs from the Gates of Shalmaneser, the King of Assyria, B.C. 860-825. 
Edited by L. W. KING. 1915. Quarto (12^ x 10), pp. 36, with eighty plates. 35s. net. 

British Museum,. 

Egyptian Scarabs in the British Museum, a Catalogue by H. R. HALL. Vol. I. 
Royal Scarabs. 1913. Quarto (11 x7|), pp. 347, with 1518 Illustrations in the text. 35s. 
jjg^ British Museum,, 

Carchemish. Report on the Excavations at Djerabis on behalf of the 

British Museum. Conducted by C. L. WooUey and T. E. Lawrence, ^'art I, Introduc- 
tory by D G. HOGARTH. 1914. Royal 4to (131 x 10), pp. 34, with frontispiece and 
twenty-seven plates. 15s. net. Bntuh Museum. 

British Museum Study Sets of Post Cards 
Each set contains fifteen cards and is sold at Is. net. British Museum. 
Portrait Statues of Kings and Queens of Egypt. (Set XXXIII.) 
Egyptian Sculptures. (Set XXXIV.) 
Egyptian Mummies. (Set XXXV.) 
Egyptian Cofiins. (Set XXXVI.) 
Assyrian Sculptures. (Set XXXVII.) 
Babylonian Antiquities. (Set XXXVIII.) 
Assyrian Monuments bearing on Bible History. (Set XXXIX.) 

Bushman Paintings, copied by M. H. tongue and printed in colour, with a preface 
by HENRY BALFOUR. 1909. Super-royal Quarto (13| x 10), pp. 48 of Text, with fifty- 
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Oriental Art 
A History of Fine Art in India and Ceylon, by v. A. smith. 1911. 4.to 

(lljx9j), pp. 536, with five coloured plates and 381 other illustrations. In full morocco 
(to order), 94s. 6d. net; cloth, 63s. net. 

Contents:— Chapters I and II, Introduction, the Hindu styles of Architecture; III- 
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and minor Arts ; XIV, Indo-Persian or Mughal Painting ; Index. At the Clarendon Press. 

Ancient Khotan, a Reportof explorations in Chinese Turkestan, by Sir AUREL STEIN. 
lagT. Two volumes, 4to, with 119 collotypes and other illustrations : seep. 394. 105s.net. 

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The Gods of Northern Buddhism ; their History, iconography, and Evolution 
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GETTY. 1914. Demy Quarto(ll| x9|), pp.246, with ten platesincolour(mnebyDemoulin 
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Ajanta -rreSCOeS, being Reproductions in Colour and Monochrome of Frescoes in 
the Caves at Ajanta, after copies taken in the years 1909-11 by Lady HERRINGHAM 
and her assistants, with introductory Essays by members of the India Society. 1915. 
Portfolio, forty-three plates (18 x 15) and twenty-eight pages of text. 84s. net. 

Oxford University Press, London. 

Rajput J ainting, being an Account of the Hindu Paintings of Rajasthan and the 
Panjab Himalayas from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century, described in their 
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MARASWAMY. 1916. Vol. 1, Text, Imp. 4to (15 x 10|), pp. 90. 1 map and 12 illus- 
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Oxford University Press, London. 

Admonitions of the Instructress in the Palace, a Painting by Ku-K'ai 

Chih, reproduced in colour by Japanese artists, with descriptive text by LAURENCE 
BINYON. 1913. Rolll5feetx 10 inches, in cedar-wood case, £7 7s. net. British Museum. 

The Earthly Paradise, a Chinese painting reproduced in photogravure (12J x 10). 
1914. 6d. net. British Mmewm. 

Woodcut of Geese, printed in colours on silk by Y. URUSHIBARA after the 
Chinese painting in the British Museum by an unknown Master of the Sung period 
(tenth-thirteenth centuries a. D.). 1915. 22 x 16, mounted. 5s.net. British Museum. 

British Museum Guides and Post Cards 

Exhibition of Paintings, Manuscripts, and other Archaeological objects collected by Sir 
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4d. net. British Musemn. 

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The United Kingdom stands first In this section, whicii begins witli tiie British Isles 
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a similar collection of the English divines will be found in a later section (pp. 452-5), along 
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The British Dominions beyond the Seas occupy pages 73-84. Sir Charles Lucas's His- 
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General European History (pp. 85-95) ranges from the elaborate and classical editions 
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immense collection of present-day Ottoman Law (in French), a book which has done much 
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region of the world. Books on Military History foUow. 

The United States of America (pp. 97-103) are the subject of a number of books pro- 
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Geography (pp. 103-10) contains the new and recent series of text-books and monographs 
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International Law and Economics (pp. 111-20) includes several new and recent books 
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Political Science and Philosophy (pp. 121-28) presents a considerable list of classical 
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Universities and Education has been made a separate section, in view of the great 
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The British Isles in 1914 

The Oxford Survey of the British Empire, edited by A. J. HERBERTSON and 
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Defence, by Unnamed Contributors. 

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The Oxford Almanack, 1674-1916 

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1716 A Design for Dr. Radcliffe's Library, with the Schools behind it, and other buildings of 

Oxford in the background. 

1717 Allegorical; Minerva has come down from Jupiter to join the Muses in leading Students 

to the Temple of Science, the steep path to which is guarded by Hercules. 

1718 Allegorical : Minerva and Hercules raising the Student from the seductions of Pleasure : 

the chief buildings of Oxford in the distance. 

1719 Allegorical: Arts of Civilization. The figure with a spade and a pruning-hook is in- 

tended for Jacob Bobart, the first Keeper of the Botanic Garden, who died in 1680. 

1720 North-East View of the Clarendon Printing House : in the foreground, Apollo and the 

Muses. 

1721 Allegorical. 

1722 Allegorical. 

1723 Founders and Benefactors of Brasenose College, with a Design for New Buildings. 

1724 Founders and Benefactors of Christ Church, with Bird's-eye View of the Buildings from 

the West, showing Design for Peckwater and Canterbury Quadrangles. 

1725 Bird's-eye View of Christ Church, from the North. 

1726 Bird's-eye View of Corpus Christi College, omitting the Front. 

1727 Design for the rebuilding of Queen's College. 

1728 AU Souls CoUege. 

1729 New College, from the Garden, with View of the Chapel and Hall, and small View of 

Winchester CoEege. 

1730 Magdalen College, with Old Magdalen Bridge. 

1731 Design for New Buildings at Magdalen College, by Edward Holdsworth, M.A., Fellow 

of the College. 

1732 Design for New Buildings of Trinity College, by Sir Christopher Wren ; not all executed. 

Compare the Engraving for 1756. 

1733 St. John's CoUege. 

1734 The Inner Quadrangle of St. John's College : in the foreground. Archbishops Laud and 

Juxon, Bishop Mews, Sir William Paddy holding a piece of Music, Dr. Sherrard 
holding a plan of the Botanical Garden, and other eminent men. 

1735 University College. 

1736 Oriel CoUege. 

1737 Merton CoUege : in the foreground, the Founder and chief Benefactors. 

1 738 Wadham CoUege, with designed improvements : in the foreground, the Founders, chief 

Benefactors, and eminent men. 

1739 Exeter CoUege, with Bust of the Founder and chief Benefactors, and fuU-length figures 

of others. 

1740 South-East View of Jesus CoUege : in the foreground, the Founder and chief Bene- 

factors. 

1741 Design for Worcester CoUege, not aU executed : below, the Founder and chief Bene- 

factors and some aUegorical figures, with part of the Old Buildings of Gloucester Hall. 

1742 Design for BaUiol CoUege. 

1743 Lincoln CoUege, with Views of All Saints and St. Michael's Churches : above, the 

Founders and chief Benefactors. 

1744 Pembroke CoUege : above, the Founders and chief Benefactors. 

1745 Design for Hertford CoUege. 

1746 Design for St. Mary HaU. 

1747 Quadrangle of St. Edmund HaU: below. Queen Anne, Dr. MiU, Stephen Penton, 

Prmcipal, and Thomas Hearne, with Busts and Portraits of several Benefactors. 

1748 St. Alban HaU : in the foreground, several of the Principals and Benefactors. 

1749 Old Magdalen HaU : in the foreground, Benefactors and eminent men. 

1750 New Inn HaU, from the Garden: in the foreground. Principals and eminent men; 

among them, William Stone, holding a plan of his Alms-house in St. Clements. 

1751 Interior of the Radcliflfe Library : Dr. RadcUffe's Trustees delivering the keys to Alma 

Mater. 



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1752 The Radcliffe Library. 

1753 The Chapel and the Eastern Quadrangle of University College : in front, King Alfred, 

with ffUegorical figures. 

1754 North View of St. Mary's Church. 

1755 Allegorical : Science leading Man from Ignorance and Vice to Virtue and Faith. 

1756 Design for New Buildings of Trinity College, by Sir Christopher Wren ; not all executed. 

Compare the Engraving for 1732. 

1757 Allegorical: Minerva leading Alma Mater to the Study of Classical Sculpture and 

Architecture, especially by the use of the Arundel and Pomfret Marbles. 

1758 Corpus Christi College : in the foreground, the Founder and eminent Members of the 

Society. 

1759 South Front of the Sheldonian Theatre. 

1760 Front View of the Radcliffe Infirmary, then in course of erection. 

1761 The Founder and early Benefactors of Queen's College : in the background, the East 

Front of the Old Buildings of the College. 

1762 South Quadrangle of Queen's College ; with figures of John Michel, Esq., Dr. Lancaster 

and Sir Joseph Williamson, Bishop Barlow and Dr. Halton. 

1763 Allegorical : additions to the British Empire since the accession of George the Third. 
1764. Allegorical : tlie Arts and Sciences rejoicing in the re-establishment of Peace. 

1765 Allegorical : on the publication of the Marmora Oxoniensia, and other events of the 

year 1764. 

1766 View of the Buildings in the Botanic Garden, with Magdalen Tower behind them. 

1767 View of Oxford, from the South-West. 

1768 View of Merton College, from the banks of the Cherwell. 

1769 View of All Souls College, from the Garden of the Warden of New College. 

1770 West Front of Oriel CoUege : on the left, part of the Old Building of Canterbury College. 

1771 View of Magdalen College, from the Old Bridge. 

1772 Entrance to Merton CoUege, with the Chapel, &c. 

1773 View of New College and other Buildings, from ground on the North of Holywell 

Street. Compare the Engraving for 1849. 

1774 The Clarendon Printing House, now the Clarendon BuUding. 

1775 South Front of Queen's CoUege. 

1776 FeU's BuOding, with other parts of Christ Church, from the road beside the White 

Walk. Mich Rooker. 

1777 View from the Inner Quadrangle of AU Souls CoUege. Mich Rooker. 

1778 The Quadrangle of Magdalen CoUege, from the North side. M. A. Rooker. 

1779 View of St. GUes's from the South, taking in St. John's CoUege. M. A. Rooker. 

1780 Friar Bacon's Study, with old Grand-Pont, from the East. M. A. Rooker. 

1781 The New Gate (Canterbury) at Christ Church. M. A. Rooker. 

1782 The Cathedral, from the Deanery Garden. M. A. Rooker. 

1783 View from the Garden of St. John's CoUege, looking to the South-West. M. A. Rooker. 

1784 South Front of Corpus Christi CoUege. M. A. Rooker. 

1785 Trinity CoUege, from Broad Street. Compare the Engraving for 1817. M. A. Rooker. 

1786 View from the Garden of Exeter CoUege. M. A. Rooker. 

1787 The New BuUding at Magdalen College, from the Grove. M. A. Rooker. 

1788 The Outer Quadrangle of Merton CoUege. M. A. Rooker. 

1789 The original entrance to the Cloisters, Magdalen CoUege. D. Harris after Isaac Taylor. 

1790 View of AU Souls CoUege, from the RadcUffe Square. D. Harris after Isaac Taylor. 

1791 The Library of Oriel CoUege. D. Harris after Isaac Taylor. 

1792 Front of Corpus Christi CoUege. D. Harris after Isaac Taylor. 

1793 The Quadrangle of New CoUege, from the South-East corner. J. Dixon after W. Lowry. 

1794 The RadcUffe Observatory. J.' Dixon after W. Lowry. 

1795 A View of Wadham CoUege, from the Garden. After Dayes by J. Dadley. 

1796 Front of Christ Church : on the right old houses since removed. 

After Dayes by J. Dadley. 

1797 Magdalen Tower, with the New Bridge. After Dayes by Basire. 

1798 View of Merton CoUege, from the Meadow. After Dayes by Basire. 

1799 View of Christ Church, from the South. After Turner by Basire. 



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1800 The Clarendon, Theatre, and Ashmolean Museum, with old buildings since removed. 

After Dayes by Basire. 



After Turner by Basire. 
After Turner by Basire. 
After Dayes by Basire. 
After Turner by Basire. 
After Turner by Basire. 
After Turner by Basire. 
After Turner by Basire. 
After Turner by Basire. 
After O'Neill by Basire. 
After O'Neill by Storer. 
After Turner by Basire. 
After O'Neill by Basire. 



1801 The Quadrangle of Oriel College, from the North-West corner. 

1802 Interior of Merton College Chapel. 

1803 South-West View of the Cathedral. 

1804 View of Worcester College, &c. 

1805 View from the Quadrangle of Brasenose College. 

1806 View of Exeter CoUege, &c., from the Turl. 

1807 Interior of the Hall of Christ Church. 

1808 View of Oxford, from the South side of Headington HiU. 

1809 Church of St. Peter's in the East. 

1810 Quadrangle of Balliol CoUege. 

1811 The Cathedral, from the Garden of Corpus Christi College. 

1812 Magdalen Tovver and Grove, from Christ Church Meadow. 

1813 The Quadrangle of Exeter CoUege, showing the Old Chapel and the Rector's House. 

After O'Neill by Basire. 

1814 Gate of All Souls CoUege, with St. Mary's Church, &c. 

1815 Shrine of St. Frideswide in the Cathedral. 

1816 Interior of the Divinity School. 

1817 The Entrance to Trinity CoUege. 

1818 Interior of the Radcliffe Library. 

1819 Wadham CoUege, from the Garden. 

1820 Interior of the Theatre. 

1 821 Front of Brasenose College. 

1822 A View of Oxford, from the North-East. 

1823 South-West View of Lincoln CoUege, &c. 

1824 The HaU (now the Library) of Pembroke CoUege 



After O'Neill by Basire. 

After Buckler by J. Skelton. 

After Buckler by J. Skelton. 

After C. Wild by J. Skelton. 

After C. Wild by J. Skelton. 
After J. Buckler by J. Skelton. 
After F. Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 
After F. Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 
After F.- Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 
After F. Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 

1825 View from the site of Hertford College, during the building of Magdalen HaU. 

After F. Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 

1826 Great Gateway of Magdalen CoUege, removed in 1844. After F. Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 

1827 South-East View of BaUiol CoUege. After F. Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 

1828 South-East View of the Cathedral and Chapter House. After F. Mackenzie by J. Skelton. 

1829 Interior of the Library of AU Souls CoUege. After C. Wyld by J. Skelton. 

1830 Merton College Chapel, from the Grove. After C. Wyld by J. Skelton. 

1831 Staircase leading to the HaU, Christ Church. After C. Wyld by J. Skelton. 

1832 The New Printing House. H. Le Keux. 

1833 Carfax Conduit, in Nuneham Park ; after De Wint (again in 1882). H. Le Keux. 

1834 Interior of St. Mary's Church. H. Le Keux. 

1835 Hythe Bridge (since destroyed), with the Tower of the Castle, &c. 

After De Wint by H. Le Keux. 

1836 Interior of the Radcliffe Library. 

1837 St. Clement's Old Church, taken down in 1829. 

1838 The New Front of Pembroke CoUege. 

1839 View of Oxford, from the Castle Mount. 

1840 South-West View of St. Mary Magdalen Church. 

1841 View of Iffley, from the Towing Path above the Lock. 

1842 The Remains of Old Magdalen HaU. 

1843 A View of Oxford, from Wytham. 

1844 New CoUege Chapel and Tower, with part of the City WaU. 

1845 The Inner Quadrangle of St. John's CoUege. .Reprinted 1891. 

1846 North-East View of St. GUes's Church. 

1847 Old Approach to Magdalen CoUege. 

1848 South-East View of the Taylor Building and University GaUeries. 

1849 View from ground on the North-East of Wadham College. 

1850 The Martyrs' Memorial, &c., from the North. 

1851 St. Alban HaU, &c. 

1852 A View of Oxford, from the West. 

1853 Front of University CoUege, with the New Building. 



H. Le Keux. 

H. Le Keux. 

H. Le Keux. 

After De Wint. 

W. Radclyffe. 

After De Wint by W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

After De Wint by W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 

After De Wint by W. Radclyffe. 

W. Radclyffe. 



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1854 View of Folly Bridge in the year 1897. After De Wint by W. Radclyffe. 

1855 Magdalen College, with the Bridge, from the Cherwell. After De Wint by W. Radclyffe. 

1856 View of Worcester College, from the West. J. H. Le Keux 

1857 The Castle Mill, &c. J. H. Le Keux! 

1858 The New Hall, &c., Pembroke College. J. H. Le Keux. 

1859 North-East View of BaUiol College, showing the new Chapel. J. H. Le Keux. 

1860 South- West View of the University Museum. J.. H. Le Keux. 

1861 The New Chapel, Exeter CoUege. J. H. Le Keux. 

1862 The New Library, University College. J. H. Le Keux. 

1863 South-East View of Jesus CoUege. J. H. Le Keux. 

1864 The Chaplains BuOdings at Christ Church, taken down in 1863. J. H. Le Keux. 

1865 View of the Chaplains Quadrangle at Christ Church after the removal of Chaplains 

Buildings. J. H. Le Keux. 

1866 Oxford from the top of Bodley's Library. J. H. Le Keux. 

1867 Front of Corpus Christ! College from the Garden. J. H. Le Keux. 

1868 Old Buildings in Carter's Passage. J. H. Le Keux. 

1869 View from the Parks, Oxford, looking South ; taken in the year 1866. J. H. Le Keux. 

1870 Old Houses in St. Aldate's, formerly occupied by Bishop King. J. H. Le Keux. 

1871 Balliol and Trinity Colleges, as they appeared about a. d. 1750. From an old engraving. 

1872 Old Magdalen Bridge, taken down in 1772. Autotype from a drawing. 

1873 Friar Bacon's Study. From a drawing made by J. B. Malchair in 1772. 

1874 Bocardo, or North Gate; taken down in 1771. Autotype. 

1875 Cartax, as it appeared in 1775. Autotype. 

1876 Magdalen College, from the President's Garden. Autotype. 

1877 Interior of the Cathedral, Christ Church, as it appeared in July, 1876. Woodbury-type. 

1878 The Chapel of Keble CoUege. Etching by John Watkins. 

1879 BaUiol CoUege, from the steps of the new Hall. Engraved by J. D. Cooper. 

1880 Reprint of the engraving of 1852. 

1881 HaU and Wolsey Tower, Christ Church. Etching by R. Kent Thomas. 

1882 Carfax Conduit, Nuneham Park. Reprint of the engraving of 1833. 

1883 New Examination Schools. Etching by R. Kent Thomas. 

1884 Nixon's School, in the Town HaU Yard. Etching by T. Riley. 

1885 Wadham CoUege, from the Garden. Etching by T. Riley. 

1886 Divinity School, from Exeter CoUege Garden. Etching by T. Riley. 

1887 Reprint of the engraving of 1847. 

1888 Reprint of the engraving of 1825. 

1889 The New Quadrangle, Trinity CoUege. Etching by R. Farren. 

1890 The President's Garden, Magdalen College. Etching by R. Farren. 

1891 Reprint of the engraving of 1845. 

1892 The New HaU of Hertford CoUege. Etching by A. E. Smith. 

1893 In the Garden, Merton CoUege. Etching by A. E. Smith. 

1894 Carfax as it appeared in 1775. From an old engraving. 

1895 East Front of the Ashmolean Museum 1685. From an old engraving; 

1896 St. Mary Magdalen, from St. GUes. Collotype from a drawing by W. Turner, 1812. 

1897 The New City Buildings, St. Aldate's St. CoUotype from a drawing. 

1898 St. Mary's Church, from the President's Lodgings, C.C.C. CoUotype from a drawing. 

1899 Interior of the Bodleian Library. . CoUotype from a photograph. 

1900 Interior of the Divinity Schools. CoUotype from a photograph. 

1901 Robinson Tower, New CoUege. Collotype from a photograph. 

1902 The Garden Gate, Trinity CoUege, erected 1713. Etching by W. Monk. 

1903 The Latin Chapel, Christ Church. Etching by W. Monk. 

1904 The Quadrangle of the University Press built in 1830. Etching by W. Monk. 

1905 Old Clarendon BuUding, Broad Street. Etching by W. Monk. 

1906 Exeter and Brasenose from the Camera. CoUotype from a drawing by Muirhead Bone. 

1907 View from the Great Gate of the Schools. CoUotype from a drawing by Muirhead Bone. 

1908 Kettel Hall. CoUotype from a drawing by Muirhead Bone. 

1909 Worcester CoUege. CoUotype from a drawing by Muirhead Bone. 

1910 Tom Tower, Christ Church. CoUotype from a drawing by Muirhead Bone. 

Chi-omo-coUotypes 

1911 Magdalen Bridge and Tower. From the drawing by E. Dayes. 

1912 Merton CoUege from the Field. From the drawing by E. Dayes. 

1913 Christ Christ from the South. From the drawing by J. M. W. Turner. 

1914 Mey, near Oxford. From the drawing by De Wint, 1834. 
1015 Oxford from Headington HiU. From the drawing by J. M. W. Turner. 

1916 The HaU Of Christ Church. From the drawing by J. M. W. Turner. 

1917 The Radcliffe Camera. From the drawing by J. M. W. Turner. 



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11 The five Books of French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Latin Verse, uniform with the 
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The Oxford Book of Victorian Verse, from Landor to Abercromble, chosen 
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The Oxford Book of Latin Verse, from the earliest fragments to the end of the 
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by D. H. S. NICHOLSON and A. H. E. LEE. The arrangement is chronological, and 
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and deeper than the normal. 1916. Pp. 660. Uniform in styles and prices with the 
Oxford Book of Victorian Verse (p. 1-15). Oxford University Press, London. 

1 he Book of Sorrow, being Poems by two hundred and seventy authors, chosen and 
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Oxford University Press, London. 

The Book-Lovers' Anthology of passages both in prose and verse written in 
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LEONARD, with a preface (pp. 6), Notes (pp. 31), an Alphabetical List of Authors, 
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A Book OI -Liight Verse, the poems grouped according to their subjects. Selected 
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Pp. xxviii + 44.8. See p. 188 and p. 177. Oxfoi-d Standard Authors and Oxford Poets. 

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The Edinburgh Book of Scottish Verse, 1330-1900, selected and edited by 

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The Oxford Book of American Essays, selected by brander Matthews. 

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Three Anthologies of Travel 

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The following list (which does not include Bibles, Prayer Books, Hymn Books, or Books of 
Devotion) has been prepared for the convenience of those who like books printed upon Oxford 
India paper — thin, opaque, and really feather-weight. A six shilling novel printed on cellulose, the 
' feather-weight ' paper that by its bulk to the eye conveys to the hand a wholly erroneous impression 
of light literature, may be found on experiment to contain say 308 pages of novel and 32 of 
advertisements : it will be i ^ inches thick and weigh 1 5 ounces. The Pageant of English Poetry, 
624 pages on India paper, is five-eighths of an inch thick and weighs 9I ounces. A double 
volume of Walpole's Letters on India paper has 924 pages, is seven-eighths of an inch thick, and 
weighs but 1 3 ounces. Shakespeare himself, in the large type edition of the Marlowe series listed 
below, is printed on 1356 broader pages nearly quarter of an inch less thick than the 340 of the 
novel, and weighing but 4 ounces more: in the Standard Authors' edition, which like the novel is 
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' feather-weight ' novel were printed on Oxford India paper, its 340 pages of text and advertisements 
would give the purchaser not 15 but only 5I ounces of problem or sentiment. 

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advantages : it makes possible single volume editions in large type of authors such as Homer, 
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nicer slim volumes in the world than the Marcus Aurelius or the Lucretius and others of the Oxford 
Classical Texts printed on India paper, and bound in limp leather. 

Oxford Books of Verse, India I|aper editions 

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THE OXFORD BOOK OF ENGLISH VERSE. Sir ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH. 
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THE OXFORD BOOK OF BALLADS. Sir ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH. 7s. 6d. net. 

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THE OXFORD BOOK OF ENGLISH MYSTICAL VERSE. D. H. S. NICHOLSON and 
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THE BOOK OF SORROW, chosen and arranged by ANDREW MACPHAIL. Crown 8vo. 

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THE TRIPLED CROWN. A Book of English, Scotch, and Irish Verse for (he age of six to 

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Oxford University Press, London. 

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Oxford University Press, London 

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There is also a larger type Shakespeare, see the Marlowe series below and a three volume 
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Particulars of the contents of these volumes, of the number of pages in each, and the editorial 
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CHAUCER • SPENSER • SHAKESPEARE • MILTON • DRYDEN. 
THOMSON • GOLDSMITH • COWPER . CRAB BE ■ BURNS. 
BLAKE • SHELLEY • KEATS. 

COLERIDGE • WORDSWORTH • SCOTT • SOUTHEY. 
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KEBLE • KINGSLEY • NEWMAN • ARNOLD. 
ROSSETTI • MORRIS. 
ROBERT BRIDGES • MACKWOKTH DOLBEN. 

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And the Australian GORDON. 

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PALGRAVE'S GOLDEN TREASURY, with additional Poems. 
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A BOOK OF LIGHT VERSE. 
A CENTURY OF PARODY AND IMITATION. 



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LONGINUS, put to death in 273 

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SIDONIUS APOLLINARIS, b. Lugdunum 431, d. 489 

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■ It has ever been my desire to live honourably while I was alive, and after my death to leave to them that 
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King Alfred's Version of the Consolations of Boethius ; the Anglo-Saxon text (see 
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ST. BERNARD, b. near Dijon 1091, d. Clairvaux 11S3 

' I will accordingly admonish you, not aa a schoolmaster, but as a mother, at all events as one who loves you. 
—St. Bebnard to Pope Eugenius III. 

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NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI, b. Florence 1469, d. Florence 1527 

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HEINRICH HEINE, b. Dtisseldorf 1799, d. Paris 1856 
I wandered on and as I went The song of love and love's despair. 

The Heavens were all a-ringing ; Of laughter and of weeping, 

It was the Nightingale, of love With warbling so woeful, such rapturous moan. 

And of love's torment singing. Old dreams awoke from their sleeping. 

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and other Critical Essays 

Alphabetical List of the Poets of whom there are Lives in Johnson's Lives of the Poets (see 
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Addison. 


Fenton. 


Akenside. 


Garth. 


Blackmore. 


Gay. 


Broome. 


Granville. 


Butler. 


Gray. 


Collins. 


Halifax. 


Congreve. 
Cowley. 


Hammond. 


Hughes. 


Denhara. 


King. 


Dorset. 


Lyttelton. 


Dryden. 


Mallet. 


Duke. 


Milton. 


Dyer. 


Otway. 



Parnell. 


Smith, Edmund, 


Philips, A. 


Somerville. 


PhiUps, J. 


Sprat. 


Pitt. 


Stepney. 


Pomfret. 


Swift. 


Pope. 


Thomson. 


Prior. 


Tickell. 


Rochester. 


Waller. 


Roscommon. 


Walsh. 


Rowe. 


Watts. 


Savage. 


West. 


Sheffield. 


Yalden. 


Shenstone. 


Young. 



Index of the Authors included in the Elizabethan and Seventeenth-century Essays (abbre- 
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Ascham, E i 
Bacon, XVII i 
Blackmore, XVII iii 
Bolton, XVII i 
Butler, XVII ii 
Campion, E ii 
Carew, E ii 

Chapman, E ii, XVII i 
Coleridge, p. 174 and above 
Collier, XVII iii 
Congreve, XVII iii 
Cowley, XVII ii 
Daniel, E ii 
Davenant, XVII ii 
Dennis, XVII iii 
De Quincey, p. 174 
Drayton, XVII i 
Drummond, XVII i 
Dryden, above 
Evelyn, XVII ii 
Flecknoe, XVH ii 
Fraunce, E i 



Gascoigne, E i 
GUdon, XVII iii 
Glanvill, XVII ii 
Granville, XVII iii 
Harington, E ii 
Harvey, Gabriel, E i, ii 
Hobbes, XVII ii 
Hoby, E i 
Hurd, p. 173 
James VI, E i 
Jeffrey, p. 174 
Johnson, p. 173 
Jonson, E ii, XVII i 
'K.', E., Ei 
Keble, above 
Langbaine, XVII iii 
Lodge, E I 
Meres, E ii 
Milton, XVII i 
Morgann, p. 174 
Mulgrave, XVII ii 
Nash, E i, ii 
Peacham, XVII i 



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Puttenham, E ii 
Reynolds, XVII i 
Rochester, XVII ii 
Roscordmon, XVII ii 
Rymer.XVIIii 
Shadwell, XVII ii 
Shelley, p. 174 
Sidney, E i 
Spenser, B i 
Sprat, XVII ii 
Stanyhurst, E i 
Suckling, XVII i 
Temple, XVII iii 
Vaughan, E ii 
Webbe, E i 
Webster, XVII i 
Whetstone, E i 
Willes, E i 
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Illustrated, see p. 215. 

Arnold, M., Essays, pp. 492. * 

See p. 211. 

Poems, 1849-1867, pp. 488. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 181. 

Aytoun, Poetical Works. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 181. 

Blake, Poetical Works, pp. 510. * 

Illustrated. Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 

Book of Light Verse, pp. 476. * 

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Book of Verse for Boys and Girls, pp. 520. 

See p. 213. 
Book-Lovers' Anthology, pp. 440. 

See p. 146. 
Boswell's Life of Johnson, pp. 1394. * 

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Bridges, Poetical Works, pp. 480. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 181. 

Browning, E. B., Poetical Works, pp. 676. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 

Browning, R., Poems 1833-68, pp. 704. * 
Oxford Poets, see p. 181 . 

The Ring and the Book, pp. 522. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 181. 

Bryant, Poetical Works, pp. 386. * 

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Bunyan, Pilgrim's Progress, pp. 428. * 

Illustrated, see p. 196. 

Burns, Poetical Works, pp. 656. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 179. 

Byron, Poetical Works, pp. 934. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 179. 



Campbell, Poetical Works, pp. 400. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 179. 

Gary's Dante, pp. 624. * 

Illustrated. Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 

Century of Parody, pp. 446. " 

See p. 182. 

Chaucer, Complete Works, pp. 906. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 177. 

Coleridge, Poetical Works, pp. 638. * 

With Dramas, in Oxford Poets, see p. 179. 

The Table Talk, pp. 512. 
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Cowper, Poetical Works,' pp. 704. '' 

Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 

Crabbe, Poetical Works, pp. 624. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 

Craik, John Halifax, pp. 492. 
See p. 212. 

Creasy, Decisive Battles, pp. 500. 

With introduction and maps, see p. 209. 

Dante, see Gary. 

Defoe, Robinson Crusoe, pp. 568. 
Illustrated, see p. 197. 

Dolben, Poetical Works, pp. cxx, 144. ' 

See p. 212. 

Dryden, Poetical Works, pp. 630. ' 

Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 

Emerson, Poetical Works, pp. 324. 
Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 

Goldsmith, Poetical Works, pp. 314. 

Illustrated. Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 

The Plays and the Vicar, pp. 528. 
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Gray and Collins, Poetical Works. 
Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 

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Illustrated, -see p.' 215. 

Harte, Stories and Poems, pp. 714.. * 

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Hawthorne, The Wonder Book, pp. 448. 

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Hemans, Poetical Works, pp. 788. * 

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Herbert, Poetical Works, pp. 353. 
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Hood, Poetical Works, pp. 790. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 
Hughes, Tom Brown, pp. 380. 

Illustrated, see p. 211. 

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Illustrated. Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 

Keats, Poetical Works, pp. 576. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 

Keble, Poems, 1827-64, pp. 592. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 
Kingsley, Poems, pp. 356. * 

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Hereward the Wake, pp. 456. 
Illustrated, see p. 210. 

The Heroes, pp. 192. 

With coloured illustrations, see p. 210. 
Hypatia, pp. 476. 

Illustrated, see p. 210. 

Westward Ho !, pp. 602. 

Illustrated, see p. 210. 

Lamb, C. and M. Complete Works, pp. 1782.* 
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Tales from Shakespeare, separately, pp. 382. 
Illustrated, see p. 203. 

Lockhart, History of Napoleon, pp. 560. 
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Longfellow, Poetical Works, pp. 886. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 
Lowell, Poems, pp. 636. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 181. 

Lytton, Last of the Barons, pp. 672. 
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Macaulay, Historical Essays, pp. 868. * 

See p. 206. 

Literary Essays, pp. 708. 
See p. 206. 

Milton, Poetical Works, pp. 570. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 
Moore, Poetical Works, pp. 784. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 179. 



Morris, Prose & Poetry, 1848-70, pp. 664. * 
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Newman, Poems, pp. 290. * 

See p. 207. 

Apologia, &c., pp. 560. 

With Kingsley's Pamphlet, see p. 207. 
Pageant of English Poetry, pp. 622. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 182. 

Pageant of English Prose, pp. 772. * 

See p. 213. 
Palgrave, Golden Treasury, pp. 510. * 

With additional poems, see p. 213. 
Poe, Poetical Works, pp. 376. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 181. 

Procter, A. A., Poetical Works, pp. 358. * 

See p. 212. 

Reade, Cloister and Hearth, pp. 702. 
See p. 210. 

Rossetti, D. G., Poems, 1850-1870, pp. 500. * 
■See p. 212. 

Scott, Poetical Works, pp. 978. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 179. 

Waverley Novels. 
See p. 184. 

Shakespeare, Complete Works, pp. 1272. * 
With glossary, see p. 177. 

Comedies, with glossary, pp. 1168. * 

Histories and Poems, with glossary, pp. 
1220. * 

Tragedies, with glossary, pp. 1312. 

Three volumes, large type, see p. 167. 
Shelley, Poetical Works, pp. 936. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 180. 

Sheridan, Plays, pp. 510. 

See p. 201. 

Southey, Selected Poems, pp. 796. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 179. 

Life of Nelson, pp. 320. 
Illustrated, see p. 203. 

Spenser, Poetical Works, pp. 806. * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 177. 

Stebbing, Five Centuries of English Verse. * 

Two vols. ; Chaucer to Burns, Wordsworth 
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Swift, Gulliver's Travels. 

With Tale of a Tub and Battle of the 
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Tennyson, Poems, 1829-1868, pp. 792. * 

Oxfoi'd Poets, see p. 181. 

Thomson, Poetical Works, pp. 540 * 

Oxford Poets, see p. 178. 

Walton, Compleat Angler, pp. 384. * 

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Whittier, Poetical Works, pp. 614. * 

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Wordsworth, Poetical Works, pp. 1018. * 

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Addison, 197. 
Arnold, 211. 
Austen, 204. 

Bacon, 192. 
Blackmore, 211. 
Borrow, 207. 
Browning, 210. 
Bunyan, 196. 
Burke, 199. 
Burns, 201. 
Byron, 204. 

Campbell, 204.. 
Carlyle, 205. 
Chaucer, 190. 



Clarendon, 196. 
Coleridge, 203. 
Cowley, 196. 
Cowper, 201. 

Defoe, 197. 
De Quincey, 204. 
Dickens, 210. 
Dryden, 196-7. 
Duiferin, 211. 

Eliot(George), 2] 1 

Gaskell, 209. 
Goldsmith, 199. 
Gray, 198. 



Hakluyt, 191. 
Hawthorne, 207. 
Hooker, 191. 

Irving, 204. 

Johnson, 198. 

Keats, 205. 
Kinglake, 209. 
Kingsley, 210. 

Lamb, 204. 
Landor, 204. 
Locke, 197. 
Longfellow, 207. 



Lowell, 211. 
Lytton, 207. 

Macaulay, 206. 
Marlowe, 192. 
Milton, 195. 
More, 190. 
Morris, 212. 

North, 191. 

Pope, 198. 

Reade, 210. 
Ruskin, 211. 

Scott, 202. 



Shakespeare, 192-3. 
Shelley, 204. 
Sheridan, 201. 
Sidney, 192. 
Smith (Alex.), 212. 
Southey, 203. 
Spenser, 191. 
Steele, 197. 
Swift, 197. 

Temple, 196. 
Tennyson, 207-9. 
Thackeray, 209. 
Thomson, 198. 

Walton, 195. 
Wordsworth, 202. 



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Adam Bede. 

Agnes Grey. 

Autocrat. 

Aylwin. 

Bible in Spain. 

Captain of the Guard. 

Captain Singleton, 

Christian Year. 

Confessions of a Thug. 

Conquest of Granada. 

Conquest of Mexico. 

Cousin Phillis. 

Cranford. 

Don Quixote. 

Dreamthorp. 

Emma. 

Entail, the. 

Esmond. 

Essays of Ella. 

Felix Holt. 

Gil Bias. 

Golden Treasury. 

Great Expectations. 

Gulliver's Travels. 

Harold. 

History of Selborne. 

Horae Subsecivae. 



Imitation of Christ. 
Ingoldsby Legends. 
Jane Eyre. 

Joseph and his Brethren. 
King's Own, the. 
Last of the Mohicans. 
Lavengro. 

Letters from High Latitudes. 
Lizzie Leigh. 
Lord of the Harvest. 
Lorna Doone. 
Margaret Catchpole. 
Mary Barton. 
Midshipman Easy. 
Mill on the Floss. 
Mutiny of the Bounty. 
New Atlantis. 
North and South. 
Oliver Twist. 
Opium Eater. 
Pendennis. 
Pickwick Papers. 
PUgrim's Progress. 
Poet at the Breakfast Table. 
Professor, the. 

Professor at the Breakfast 
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Right at Last and Other Tales. 

Robinson Crusoe. 

Romany Rye. 

Romola. 

Round the Sofa. 

Ruth. 

Sartor Resartus. 

Scalp Hunters. 

Scarlet Letter. 

Scenes of Clerical Life. 

Scottish Chiefs. 

Shirley. 

Silas Marner, the Lifted Veil, 

Brother Jacob. 
Sketch Book. 
Sylvia's Lovers. 
Tale of Two Cities. 
Tenant of Wildfell Hall. 
Tower of London. 
Tristram Shandy. 
Vicar of Wakefield. 
Villette. 
Walden. 
Winterslow. 
Wives and Daughters. 
Wuthering Heights. 



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1. Anthologies 

Palgrave's Golden Treasury of the best songs and lyrical poems in the English 
language (1861), with 160 pages of additional poems by FITZGERALD, TENNYSON, 
the BROWNINGS, ARNOLD, and other modern poets. 190T, reprinted yearly to 1914 
and in 1916. Pp. xiv, 532. World's Classics, No. 133. 

English Songs and Ballads, compiled by T. W. H. CROSLAND to illustrate the 
general taste rather than the compiler's own preference. 1902, reprinted 1903, 1907, 1910, 
and 1915. Pp. xvi, 352. World's Classics, No. 13. 

English Prose from MandevUle to Ruskin, chosen and arranged by W. PEACOCK. 
1903, reprinted 1905, 1911, 1912 twice, 1913. Pp. xiv, 380. World's Classics, No. 45. 

English Prose, Narrative, Descriptive, Dramatic (Malory to Stevenson), compUed by 
H. A. TREBLE. 1916. Pp. xii, 510. World's Classics, No. 204, 

English Essays, chosen and arranged by W. PEACOCK. 1903, reprinted 1904, 1906, 
1908 twice, 1909, 1910, 1911 twice, 1912, and 1915. Pp. xii, 556. World's Classics, No. 32. 

English Essays, I6OO-I900, chosen by S. V. MAKOWER and B. H. BLACKWELL. 

1912, reprinted 1913 twice, 1914. Pp. xii, 440. World's Classics, No. 172. 

English Letters (fifteenth to nineteenth centuries). Sir T. More to the Brownings and 
Charlotte Bronte, selected by M. DUCKITT and H. WRAGG. 1913. Pp. xvi, 460. 

• World's Classics, No. 192. 

English Short Stories, nineteenth century, from Sir Walter Scott to George Gissing 
and Hubert Crackanthorpe, selected by HUGH WALKER and H. S. MILFORD, with 
an introduction by HUGH WALKER. 1914, reprinted 1915 and 1916. Pp. xxxvi, 486. 

World's Classics, No. 193. 

English Speeches from Burke to Gladstone, selected and edited by E. R. JONES. 

1913. Pp. viii, 384. World's Classics, No. 191. 

Speeches on British Foreign Policy, 1738-1914, selected by e. r. jones, 

the principle of selection being not rhetorical quality but historical interest. 1914. Pp. viii, 
550. World's Classics, No. 201. 

Letters Written in War Time (xv-xbc centuries), selected and arranged by 
H. WRAGG. 1915. Pp. xii, 266. World's Classics, No. 202. 

Literary Criticism 

Shakespeare Criticism (Hemlnge and Condell to Carlyle). With an introduction by 
D. NICHOL SMITH. In preparation. World's Classics, No. 212. 

For a List of the Lives, see p. 171. 

Lives of the English Poets, by SAMUEL JOHNSON (I779-8I), with an intro- 
duction by ARTHUR WAUGH. 1906, reprinted 1912. Two volumes ; also the two 
volumes bound together, sultan red leather, 3s. net. Pp. xx, 478, 500. 

World's Classics, Nos. 83, 84. 

Lives of the Novelists, by sir Walter SCOTT (I82I-4), with an introduction by 
AUSTIN DOBSON. Lives of Fielding, SmoUett, Le Sage, Johnstone, Sterne, Goldsmith, 
Johnson, Mackenzie, Walpole, Reeve, Richardson, Bage, Cumberland, Mrs. Radcliffe. 
1906. Pp. xii, 342. World's Classics, No. 94. 

Characters of Shakespeare and Comic Writers, by hazlitt, see p. 225. 

English Critical Essays (nineteenth century), selected by E. D. JONES. Essays 
by Wordsworth, Coleridge, Blake (the Canterbury Pilgrims), Lamb (Shakespeare), Shelley, 
Hazlitt (First Acquaintance with Poets), Keble, Newman (Aristotle's Poetics), Carlyle, 
Leigh Hunt, Matthew Arnold, Ruskin (the Pathetic Fallacy), J. S. Mill, Bagehot (the 
Pure, Ornate, and Grotesque), Pater (on Coleridge), Emerson (on Shakespeare), Lowell 
(Wordsworth). 1916. Pp. viii, 610. World's Classics, No. 206. 



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2. Poetry 

The Poetical Works of Chaucer from the text of Professor SKEAT. Vol. I, 
1903, reprinted 1906. Vol. II, 1904., reprinted 1910. Vol. Ill, 1906, reprinted 1910. 
Three volumes : I. The Romaunt of the Rose and Minor Poems, pp. 324. ; II. Troilus 
and Criseyde, Hous of Fame, Legend of Good Women, pp. 4.02; III. Canterbury Tales, 
PP- 602. World's Glassies, Nos. 42, 56, 7(5. 

Marlowe's Doctor FaUStUS 1604, with Goethe's Faust, Parti, translated by JOHN 
ANSTER 1835, and an introduction to the two plays by Sir A. W. WARD. 1907, 
reprinted 1915. Pp. xxxii, 236. World's Classics, No. 135. 

Shakespeare's Complete Works, being the Oxford text edited by W. J. CRAIG, 
with a general introduction by ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE, introductory 
studies of the several plays by EDWARD DOWDEN, and a note by THEODORE 
WATTS-DTJNTON on the typographical and other features of this edition. 1910-1 1 , Vols. 
I-III reprinted 1912. Nine volumes, pp. Ixii + 4042. Vols. I-III. Comedies (with a glossary^ 
pp. 69) ; Vols. IV-VI. Histories and Poems (with a glossary, pp. 73) ; Vols. VII-IX. 
Tragedies (with a glossary, pp. 123). 

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World's Classics, Nos. 100-108. 

Six Plays by Contemporaries of Shakespeare. DEKKER, The Shoemaker's Holiday; 

WEBSTER, The White Devil ; BEAUMONT and FLETCHER, The Knight of the 

Burning Pestle, and Philaster; WEBSTER, The Duchess of Malfi; MASSINGER, 

A New Way to pay Old Debts. Edited by C. B. WHEELER. 1915. Pp. xii, 597. 

World's Classics, No. 199. 
Herrick's Poems (1648), complete. 1902, reprinted 1903, 1909. Pp. xxviii, 402. 

World's Classics, No. 16. 

-Herbert S Poems, English and Latin, the text based by permission of Messrs. George 

Bell & Sons on that of Dr. A. B. GROSART, with an inttoduction by ARTHUR WAUGH. 

1907, reprinted 1912. Pp. xxviii, 278. World's Classics, No. 107. 

Milton's Poems, a reprint of the EngUsh poems, from the Oxford edition of H. C. 
BEECHING, with modernized spelling. 1913. Pp. 496. World's Classics, No. 182. 

Goldsmith's Poetical Works, complete, edited with introduction (pp. ix-xxix) 
and notes (pp. 151-280), by AUSTIN DOBSON. 1907, reprinted 1912. Pp. xxxvi, 
280. World's Classics, No. 123.' 

The Poetical Works of Burns, complete, with the poet's notes, a glossary, and 
index of first lines. 1903, reprinted 1906, 1911, 1915. Pp. xxiv, 608. 

World's Classics, No. 34. 

The Poems of Wordsworth, a selection, with indexes of titles and first lines. 1913. 
Pp. 588. World's Classics, No. 189. 

The Poems of Sir Walter Scott, a selection, with index of first lines. 1913. 
Pp. 600. World's Classics, No. 186. 

The Poems of Coleridge, a selection, with an introduction by Sir ARTHUR 
QUILLER-COUCH and an index of first lines. 1907, reprinted 1912. Pp. xxviii, 392. 

World's Classics, No. 99. 

The Poems of Byron, a selection, with indexes of titles and first lines. 1913. 
Pp. 446. World's Classics, No. 180. 

The Poems of Shelley, a selection, with indexes of titles and first lines. 1913. 
Pp. 488. World's Classics, No. 187. 

The Poetical Works of Keats, complete. 1901, reprinted 1902, 1906, 1909, 

1913. Pp. 344. World's Classics, No. 7. 

The Christian Year, by JOHN KEBLE (I827), with indexes of titles and first lines. 

1914. Pp. 274. World's Classics, No. 181. 



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The Poems of Hood, a selection, with an introduction by WALTER JERROLD, 

and index of first lines. 1907, reprinted 1910. Pp. xx, 516. World's Classics, T^io. 87. 

The Poems of the Brontes, forming with The Professor Vol. V of the Works of the 
Brontes, see p. 221 ; with an introduction by T. WATTS-DUNTON. 1906, reprinted 
1912. Pp. xviii, 428. • ^ World's Classics, No. 78. 

The Ingoldsby Legends, by Richard barham, i84o. i9oi, reprinted 1902, 

1905, 1907, 1910. Pp. xii, 604. World's Classics, No. 9. 

Joseph and his Brethren, a dramatic poem by CHARLES WELLS (1824), with an 
introduction by ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE, and a note on Rossetti and 
Charles Wells by T. WATTS-DUNTON. 1908. Pp. Iviii, 230. World's Classics, No. 143. 

Lays of Ancient Rome, 1842, with Ivry, I824, and the Armada, 1832, by Lord 
MACAULAY, with the original preface. 1902, reprinted 1906. Pp. xxviii, 114. 

World's Classics, No. 27. 

Longfellow's Poetical Works. Two volumes. Vol. I, EvangeUne, the Golden 
Legend, &c., 1903, reprinted 1906, 1911; Vol. II, Hiawatha and other Poems, 1912. 
Pp. 930. Also the two volumes bound together, sultan red leather, 3s. net. 

World's Classics, Nos. 39, 174. 

X OemS OI Whlttier, a selection including Narrative and Legendary, Personal, Religious 
Nature and anti-slavery poems ; and songs of Labour and Reform, the Tent on the Beach, 
At Sundown, and Early Verses, with indexes of titles and first lines. 1913. Pp. 496. 

World's Classics, No. 188. 

Poems of Tennyson, 1830-1865, a selection, including Mariana, the Lady of Shalott, 
the Lotos-Eaters, A Dream of Fair Women, Morte d' Arthur, Ulysses, Locksley Hall, the 
Day Dream, Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington, the Brook, the Princess, In 
Memoriam, Maud, four of the Idylls of the King, Enoch Arden. With an introduction 
by Sir HERBERT WARREN. 1910, reprinted 1913, 1915. Pp. xxvi, 600. 

World's Classics, No. 3. 

Poems of E. B. Browning, a selection. A Lament for Adonis, a Vision of Poets, 
the Poet's Vow, miscellaneous poems, and the Sonnets from the Portuguese. 1912. Pp. 436. 

World's Classics, No. 176. 

Poems of Robert Browning, 1833-1864. Two volumes. I. Pauline, Paracelsus, 
Strafford, Sordello, Pippa Passes, King Victor and King Charles (1833-42). 1904, reprinted 
1909, 1916. Pp. 500. II. Dramatic Lyrics and Romances, Men and Women, and Dramatis 
Personae (1842-64). 1907, reprinted 1912. Pp.468. Also the two volumes together, sultan 
red leather, 3s. net. World's Classics, Nos. 58, 137. 

Poems of Matthew Arnold, I849-I867, with an introduction by Sir ARTHUR 
QUILLER-COUCH, and a brief bibliography. 1906, reprinted 1909, with additions, 1912. 
Pp. xxiv, 414. World's Classics, No. 85. 

Poems and Translations by dante Gabriel rossetti, 1850-1870, with the 

prose story Hand and Soul irom the Germ, 1850, and the Early Italian Poets, 1861, with 
indexes of titles and first lines. 1914. Pp.512. World's Classics, i^o. 18S. 

Poems of Christina Rossetti, Goblin Market, 1862, The Prince's Progress, 1866, 
and other poems, 1840-69, with indexes of titles and first lines. 1913. Pp. 310. 

World's Classics, No. 184. 

Poems of William Morris, The Defence of Guenevere, 1858, Life and Death of 
Jason, 1867, and other poems, 1856-70, including two sonnets here first reprinted, with 
indexes of titles and first lines. 1914. Pp. 534. World's Classics, No. 183. 




WORLD'S CLASSICS 221 

3. Novels and Romances 

The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, by daniel defoe (ins). 1902, re- 
printed 1904, 1911. Pp. 316. World's Classics, No. 17. 

Captain Singleton, by daniel defoe, 1720, with an introduction by T. WATTS- 
DUNTON. 1906. Pp. xxii, 304. World's Classics, No. 8^. 

Gulliver's Travels, by Jonathan swift (1726). 1902, reprinted 1904. Pp. xiv, 

290. World's Classics, No. 20. 

The Vicar of Wakefield, by Oliver goldsmith (nee). 190I, reprinted 1903, 

1906, 1910. Pp. viii, 214. World's Classics, No. 4. 

Tristram Shandy, by Laurence sterne (1759-1767). 1903, reprinted 1905, 

1910. Pp. 598. World's Classics, No. 40. 

Emma, by jane AUSTEN, ISie, with an introduction by E. V. LUCAS. 1907. 
Pp. xvi, 460. ■ World's Classics, No. 129. 

The Scottish Chiefs, by jane porter (isio). 1910. Pp. 454. 

World's Classics, No. 161. 

Ivanhoe, by Sir WALTER SCOTT, 1819, with Scott's introduction, dedicatory epistle, 

and notes. 1903, reprinted 1905. Pp. xxxii, 604. World's Classics, T^^O. 29. 

The Entail, or the Lairds of Grippy, by JOHN GALT, 1822, with an introduction 
by JOHN AYSCOUGH. 1913. Pp. xiv, 438. World's Classics, No. 177. 

The Last of the Mohicans, by fenimore cooper (1826). i91o. Pp. 448. 

World's Classics, No. 163. 

The King's Own, by Frederick marryat (i83o). 1910. With six illustrations. 

Pp. 456. , World's Classics, No. 164. 

Mr. Midshipman Easy, by Frederick marryat (isse). 1910. Pp. 432. 

World's Classics, No. 160. 

Confessions of a Thug, by Col. MEADOWS-TAYLOR, I839, with an introduction 

by C. W. STEWART. 1916. Pp. xx, 552 and a map. World's Classics, No. 207. 

Tales of Mystery and Imagination, by E. A. poe, i84o-9, a Selection. 1902, 

reprinted 1903, 1906, 1910. Pp. 368. World's Classics, No. 21. 

The Complete Works of the Brontes 

Jane Eyre, by charlotte BRONTE (1847). 1901, reprinted 1902, 1904, 1907, 1909, 
1915. Pp. xii, 558. World's Classics, No. 1. 

Wuthering Heights, by EMILY BRONTI: (I847), with the preface and memoir 
by Charlotte Bronte. 1901, reprinted 1903, 1907. Pp. xviii, 377. World's Classics, 'S<(o. 10. 

Agnes Grey, by ANNE BRONTE (1847). 1907. Pp. 2ie. World's Classics, No. 141. 

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, by ANNE BRONTE (1848). I9O6, reprinted 
1912. Pp. 484. World's Classics, No. 67. 

Shirley, by charlotte BRONTE (1849). 1902, reprinted 1903, 1907, 1910. Pp. 652. 

World's Classics, No. 14. 

Villette, by charlotte BRONTE (ISSO). 1903, reprinted 1906, 1909. Pp. 580. 

World's Classics, No. 47. 
The Professor, by charlotte BRONTE,18S7,andthe PoemS of CHARLOTTE 
and ANNE BRONTE, with a selection of the poems by EMILY BRONTE (1846), and 
an introduction by T. WATTS-DUNTON. 1906, reprinted 1912. Pp. xviii, 428. 

World's Classics, No. 78. 



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Margaret Catchpole, by RICHARD COBBOLD (184S), with an introduction by 
CLEMENT SHORTER. 1907, reprinted 1912. Pp. xx, 424. World's Classics, No. 119. 

Mrs. Caudle's Curtain LectureS(184S),withotherstoriesandessaysby DOUGLAS 
JERROLD, reprinted with the original illustrations and an introduction by WALTER 
JERROLD. 1907, reprinted 1910. Pp. xvi, 438. World's Classics, No. 122. 

Harold, the Last of the Saxon Kings, by Lord lytton (i848). 'i908. With 

six illustrations. Pp. xxiv, 576. World's Classics, No. 165. 

The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel hawthorne (i85o). 1902, reprinted 

1905. Pp. 266. World's Classics, No. 26. 

The Pickwick Papers, by CHARLES dickens, 1836-7. Two volumes, with forty- 
three illustrations by SEYMOUR and ' PHIZ '. 1907. Pp. xviii, 484, 486. Also the two 
volumes together, sultan red leather, 3s. net. World's Classics, Nos. 120-1. 

Oliver Twist, by Charles dickens (isss). 1901, reprinted 1903, 1909. Pp. 524. 

World's Classics, No. 8. 
A Tale of Two Cities, by CHARLES dickens (I859), with an introduction by 
Mrs. F. S. BOAS. 1903, reprinted 1905, 1906, 1910, 1912. Pp. xxxiv, 466. 

World's Classics, No. 38. 

Great Expectations, by Charles dickens (I860-1). with six illustrations by 

WARWICK GOBLE. 1907, reprinted 1912. Pp. 550. World's Classics, No. 128. 

The Bible in Spain, by GEORGE borrow (1843). 1906. Reprinted 1909. 
Pp. xxvi, 600. World's CToiws,. No. 75. 

Lavengro, by GEORGE borrow (1851). With a. WbUographical note and chrono- 
logy. 1904, reprinted 1907, 1909, 1914. Pp. '652. World's Classics. No. 66. 

The Romany Rye, by GEORGE borrow (I857). "with a bibliographical note 
and chronology. 1906, reprinted 1909. Pp. xvi, 440. World's Classics, No. 73. 

The Tower of London, by Harrison ainsworth (i84o). 1910. Pp. 568, 

World's Classics, No. 162. 

The Novels, Stories, Essays, and Verses of Mrs. GASKELL, complete in ten volumes, with 
introductions and a chronology by CLEMENT'SHORTER 

Mary Barton (1848). 1906, reprinted 1911. Pp. xii, 464. World's Classics, No. 86. 

Lizzie Leigh, 1850, The Grey Woman, and other Tales (1855-65). 1912. Pp. xiv, 478. 

World's Classics, No. 175. 
Cranford, 1853, The Cage at Cranford,. 1863, The Moorland Cottage (1850). 1906, re- 
printed 1909, 1915. Pp. xvi, 332. World's Classics, No. 110. 

Ruth (1853). 1906, reprinted 1912. Pp. xii, 458. World's Classics, No. 88. 

North and South (I855). I9O8. Pp. xii, S28. Worlds Classics, No. 154. 

Right at Last and other Tales, Verses, &c. (1837-63). 1915. Pp. xvi, 528. 

World's Classics, No. 203. 
Round the Sofa (I859). 1913. Pp. xvi, 424. world's classics, No. 190. 

Sylvia's Lovers (I863). 1909. Pp. xvi, 536. World's classics. No. 156. 

Cousin Phillis, 1863, and other Tales (1840-64). 1911. Pp. xx, 352. 

World's Classics, No. 168. 
Wives and Daughters (I866). 1910. Pp. xvi, 755. World's classics. No. 1S7. 



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The Earlier Novels of GEORGE ELIOT 

Scenes of Clerical Life, ISST, with an introduction by ANNIE MATHESON. 
1909. Pp. XX, 424. World's Classics, No. 155. 

Adam Bede (1859). 1904, reprinted 1906, 1 910. Pp.606. World's Classics, "No. S3. 

The Mill on the Floss (iseo). 1903, reprinted 1904, 1907, 1910, 1913. Pp. eie. 

World's Classics, No. 31. 

Silas Marner, I86I, The Lifted Veil, 1859, and Brother Jacob, 1860, with an Introduc- 

' tion on George Eliot as a Plot-Novelist, by T. WATTS-DUNTON. 1906, reprinted 1910. 

Pp. xvi, 298. World's Classics, No. 80. 

Romola, 1863, with an introduction by VIOLA MEYNELL. 1913. Pp. xvi, 600. 

World's Classics, No. 178. 

Felix Holt the Radical, I866, with an introduction by VIOLA MEYNELL. 1913. 

. Pp. xiv, 504. World's Classics, No. 179. 

The Rifle Rangers, by mayne reid (isso). 1910. with six illustrations. 

Pp. 390. World's Classics, No. 166. 

The Scalp Hunters, by mayne reid (I852). 1910. With six illustrations. 
Pp. 474. . World's Classics, No. 167. 

The History of Pendennis, by W. M. THACKERAY, 1848-50, with an intro- 
duction by EDMUND GOSSE. 1907. Two volumes ; also the two volumes bound 
together, sultan red leather, 3s. net. Pp. xxiv, 472, 502. World's Classics, Nos; 91, 92. 

Henry Esmond, by w. M. thackeray (isss). 1903. Reprinted 1904, 1910. 

Pp. xviii, 520. World's Classics, No. 28. 

The Three Clerks, by ANTHONY TROLLOPE, ISSS, with an introduction by 
W. TEIGNMOUTH shore. 1907. Pp. xvi, 568. World's Classics, No. 140. 

The Captain of the Guard, by james grant (1862). 1910. Pp. 352. 

World's Classics, No. 159. 
Lorna Doone, a Romance of Exraoor, by R. D. BLACKMORE, 1869, with an intro- 
duction by Sir HERBERT WARREN. 1912, reprinted 1914. Pp. xxx, 656. 

World's Classics, No. 171. 

Aylwin, by T. WATTS-DUNTON (1898). 1904, reprinted 1906, 1909, 1914. Pp. 534. 

World's Classics, No. 52. 

The Lord of the Harvest, Xs^s- ^'* *" introduction by 

by M. BETHAM-EDWARDS W^ ^^EDERIC HARRISON. 

1899. Pp. xvi, 242. I Worlds Classics, No. 194. 




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4. Other Prose Works 
Essays Civil and Moral 1,597, I625, by francis bacon. 1902, reprinted 1904, 

1909, 1912. Pp. 176. World's Glassies, No. 24. 

The Advancement of Learning, 160S, and the V!ew, Atlantis, I627, with an in- 
troduction by THOMAS CASE, and a chronology of Bacon's life and writings. 190fe. 
reprinted 1913. Pp. xxiv, 276. World's Classics, No. 93. 

The Pilgrim's Progress, by John bunyan (1678, 1684). 1902, reprinted 1903, 

1911. Pp. 310. World's Classics, No. 12. 

The Analogy of Natural and Revealed Religion, by Bishop BUTLER, 1736, edited 
by W. E. GLADSTONE. 1907. Pp. xxxvi, 424. World's Classics, No. 136. 

The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon, with a Comment on Lord Bolingbroke's 
Essays, by HENRY FIELDING, 1755, with an introduction and notes by AUSTIN 
DOBSON. 1907. Pp. XX, 188, with an illustration. World's Classics, No. 142. 

Essays by David Hume (1741-52). 1903, reprinted 1904. Pp. 624. 

World's Classics, No. 33. 

Travels through France and Italy, by tobias smollett, 1766, with an 

introduction and two appendixes by T. SECCOMBE. 1907. Pp. Ixii, 352. 

World's Classics, No. 90. 

The Wealth' of Nations, by ADAM smith (1776). Two volumes. Vol. I, 1904, 
reprinted 1908 ; Vol. II, 1904, reprinted 1909. Also the two volumes together, sultah red 
leather, 3s. net. Pp. 476, 696. World's Classics, Nos. 54, 59. 

The Natural History of Selborne, by gilbert white, 1789. 1902, re- 
printed 1904, 1910. Pp. 268. World's Classics, No. 22. 

Discourses on Painting by Sir JOSHUA Reynolds with his Three Letters to 
the Idler, 1794, with an introduction by AUSTIN DOBSON. 1907. Pp. xxiv, 260. ■ 

World's Classics, No. 149. 

Burke's Writings and Speeches. Sbc volumes. Pp. 2,404. 

I. Vindication of Natural Society, 1756; The Sublime and Beautiful, 1756; The Present 
State of the Nation, &c., 1769, with a general introduction by the late Judge WILLIS, 
and a preface by F. W. RAFFETY. 1906. Pp. xxxiv, 364. Wmid's Classics, No. 71. 

II. The Present Discontents, 1770 ; Speeches on American Affairs, &c. (1774-80), with 
a preface by F. W. RAFFETY. 1906, reprinted 1915. Pp. xvi, 386. 

World's Classics, No. 81. 

III. Speeches on Indian Affairs, &c., 1771-92, with a preface by F. W. WILLIS. 
1906. Pp. xiv, 392. World's Classics, No. 111. 

IV. Reflections on the French Revolution, &c., 1790, with a preface by F. W. RAF- 
FETY. 1906. Pp. xiv, 376. World's Classics, No. 112. 

V. Writings on French, Irish, and American Affairs, 1777, 1782, 1791-93, with a preface 
by F. W. RAFFETY. 1907. Pp. xii, 376. World's Classics, No. Il3. 

VI. Letter to a Noble Lord, Letters on a Regicide Peace, &c., 1795-7, with a preface 
by F. W. RAFFETY. 1907. Pp. xiv, 406. World's Classics, >Jo. 114. 

The Letters of William Cowper (1762-94), selected, with an introduction, by 
E. V. LUCAS. 1907, reprinted 1911. Pp. xxxviii, 512. World's Classics, No. 138. 

The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, by EDWARD GIBBON, 1776-88. 
Seven volumes. 1903-6, reprinted, Vol. I, 1904, 12 ; Vol. II, 1905, 7 ; Vols. Ill, IV, 1906, 
13 ; Vol. V, 1915. Pp. 4,058, with maps. World's Classics, Nos. 35, 44, 51, 55, 64, 69, 74. 

The Autobiography of EDWARD gibbon, 1796, with an introduction by J. B. 
BURY. 1907. Pp. xxxii, 340. World's Classics, No. 139. 

Sheridan's Dramatic Works, 1775-99, with an introduction and notes by JOSEPH 
KNIGHT. 1906, reprinted 1910, 1915. Pp. xxii, 494. World's Classics, No. 79. 



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Letters of Robert Southey, I793-I849, selected, with introduction and notes, by 
M.H.FITZGERALD. 1912. Pp. xii, 5S3. World's Classics, 'No. 169. 

Essays of Elia, I820-23, and Last Essays of Ella, 1833, by CHARLES LAMB 
1901, reprinted 1902, 1903 twice, 1906, 1909, 1912. Pp. xii, 328. World's Classics, No. 2. 

Imaginary Conversations, by Walter savage landor (I821-68), a selec- 
tion, with an introduction by ERNEST DE SfiLINCOURT. 1915. Pp. xl, 472. 
J^()fl(^*s Gldssics No 196 

The Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty, by Sir john 

BARROW, 1831, with an introduction by Admiral Sir CYPRIAN BRIDGE. 1914. 
Pp. XXIV, 376. World's Classics, No. 195. 

Writings of WILLIAM HAZLITT. Six volumes 

Characters of Shakespeare's Plays, 1817, with an introduction by Sir Arthur 

QUILLER-COUCH. In the press. World's Classics, No. 205. 

The Enghsh Comic Writers, Lectures, I8I8, with an introduction by R. B. 
JOHNSON. 1907. Pp. xvi, 248. World's Classics, No. 124. 

Sketches and Essays, Essays on Men and Manners, first collected 1839. 1902, re- 
printed 1903, 1907, 1912. Pp. 250. World's Classics, No. 15. 

Table-Talk (I82I-2). 1901, reprinted 1902, 1903, 1910. Pp. vi, 450. 

World's Classics, No. 5. 
The Spirit of the Age (182S). 1904, reprinted 1911. Pp. 278. 

World's Classics, No. 57. 
WintersloW (1839). 1902, reprinted 1906. Pp. 222. World's Classics, No. 25. 



The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., by WASHINGTON IRVING, 1819- 
20, with an introduction by T. BALSTON. 1912. Pp. xx, 458. World's Classics,'iio. 173. 

The Conquest of Granada, by Washington irving (1829). 1910. Pp. xxiv, 

458. World's Classics, No. 150. 

The Town, by LEIGH hunt, 1848, with an introduction and notes by AUSTIN 
DOBSON. 1907. Pp. XX, 528. World's Classics, No. 132. 

Essays and Sketches, by LEIGH hunt, a selection, with introduction, by R. B. 
JOHNSON. 1906, reprinted 1912. Pp. xx, 420. World's Classics, No. 115. 

Confessions of an English Opium Eater, by thomas de quincey, 

1822. 1902, reprinted 1903, 1906, 1910. Pp. xviii, 288. World's Classics, No. 23. 

Six volumes of CARLYLE 
Sartor ResartUS, by thomas CARLYLE, I833-4. 1902, reprinted in 1903, 1906, 
1909. Pp. 270. World's Classics, No. 19. 

The French Revolution, by thomas CARLYLB, 1837, with an introduction by 
C. R. L. FLETCHER. Two volumes. 1907, reprinted 1911. Also the two volumes 
bound together, sultan red leather, 3s. net. Pp. xxxvi, 502, 506. 

World's Classics, No. 125, 126. 

On Heroes, HerO-Worship,and the Heroic in History,byTHOMASCARLYLE, 

1840. 1904, reprinted 1906, 1909, 1913. Pp. 250. World's Classics, No. 63. 

Past and Present, by thomas CARLYLE, 1843, with an introduction by G. K. 
CHESTERTON. 1909, reprinted 1915. Pp. xvi, 332. World's Classics, No. 153. 

The Life of John Sterling, by thomas CARLYLE, 1851, with an introduction 
. by W. HALE white. 1907. Pp. xxxvi, 296. World's Classics, Itfo. lii. 

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The Conquest of Mexico, by W. H. PRESCOTT, 1843, with an introduction by 
Mrs. ALEC-TWEEDIE. Two volumes. 191S. Also the two volumes bound together, 
sultan red leather, 3s. net. Pp. xxii, 376, 422, with two maps. 

World's Classics, Nos. 197, 198. 

A New Spirit of the Age, by R. H. HORNE, 1844, with an introduction by 
W. JERROLD. 1907. Pp. xxiv, 472. World's Classics, No. 127. 

Essays, by R. W. EMERSON (1841, 1844). 1901, reprinted 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906, 1909, 

1913. Pp. 360. World's Classics, No. 6. 

English Traits, 1856, and Representative Men, 1850, by R. W. EMERSON. 1903, 
reprinted 1905, 1911. Pp. 356. World^s Classics, No. 30. 

On Ijlberty, I859, Representative Government, 1861, and The Subjection of Women, 
1867, by JOHN STUART MILL, with an introduction by M. G. FAWCETT. 1912. 
Pp. XX, 548. World's Classics, No. 170. 

The Origin of Species, by charles darwin, 1859, with a note by grant 

ALLEN. 1902, reprinted 1902, 1903, 1907, 1914. Pp. 464. World's Classics, No. 11. 

The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table, by O. W. HOLMES (1857). 1904, reprinted 
1906, 1909. Pp. 276. World's Classics, No. 61. 

The Professor at the Breakfast-Table, by O. W. HOLMES, 1860, with an introduction 
by Sir W. R. NICOLL. 1906, reprinted 1911. Pp. x, 274. World's Classics, No. 89. 

The Poet at the Breakfast-Table, by O. W. HOLMES, 1872, with an introduction by 
Sir W. R. NICOLL. 1906, reprinted 1911. Pp. vin, 308. World's Classics, No. 95. 

Horae Subsecivae, by Dr. JOHN brown, I862, with an introduction by AUSTIN 
DOBSON. 1907, reprinted 1911. Pp. xx, 350. World's Classics, No. 118. 

The Rise of the Dutch Repubhc, by J. L. motley, ISSS, with an introduc- 
tion by CLEMENT SHORTER. Three volumes. 1906, reprinted. Vol. I, 1913, Vols. II 
and III, 1914. Pp. xxvi, 1790. World's Classics, No. 96-8. 

The Book of Snobs, by W. M. THACKERAY, 1848, with Sketches and Travels in 
London, &c., 1860-3. 1904, reprinted 1906, 1911. Pp. 446. World's Classics, No. SO. 

Walden, or Life in the Woods, by H. D. THOREAU, 1854, with an introduction by 
T. WATTS-DUNTON. 1906, reprinted 1910. Pp. xvi, 300. World's Classics, No. 68. 

Four Ruskin House Editions, by arrangement with Mr. G. AUen, 1907 

A Joy for Ever, 1857, The Two Paths, 1859, by JOHN ruskin. Pp. 438. 

Illustrated. 

Sesame and Lilies, i865. Ethics of the Dust, 1866. Pp. seo. 
Time and Tide, i867, Crown of Wild Olive, 1866. Pp. 408. 
Unto This Last, 1862, Munera Pulveris, 1872. Pp. 338. 

World's Classics, No. 147, No. 145, No. 146, No. 148. 

The History of Civilization in England,by H. t. buckle, 1857-61. Three 

volumes. Vol. I, 1903, reprinted 1904, 1911 ; Vol. II, 1903, reprinted 1905, 1911 ; Vol. Ill, 
1904, reprinted 1906, 1915. Pp. 1,438. World's Classics, Nos. 4,1, 4.8,93. 

Letters from High Latitudes, by Lord DUFFERIN, ISeO, with an introduction 
by R. W. MACAN. 1910. Pp. xxxvi, 264, iUustrated. World's Classics, No. 158. 

Dreamthorp, a Book of Essays written in the Country, 1863, with selections from Last 
Leaves, 1868, by ALEXANDER SMITH, with an introduction by HUGH WALKER. 

1914. Pp. xxviii, 320. World's Classics^ No. 200. 



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5. Translations 

Homer's Iliad, translated by POPE, with Pope's preface, first published 1715-20. 
1902, reprinted 1903, 1909, 1912. Pp. xxxvi, 508. World's Glassies, No. 18. 

Homer's Odyssey, translated by pope, first published 1735. 1903, reprinted 1906, 
1911. Pp. 388. World's Classics, No. 36. 

Aeschylus, the Plays translated into English Verse, with a preface and a few notes, by 
LEWIS CAMPBELL (1890). 1906, reprinted 1912. Pp. xxii, 278. 

World's Classics, No. 117. 

Sophocles, the Plays translated into English Verse, with a preface and a few notes, by 
LEWIS CAMPBELL (1883). 1906, reprinted 1911. Pp. xxviii, 316. 

World's Classics, No. 116. 

Aristophanes Acharnians, Knights, Birds, and Frogs, translated into English verse 
by J. HOOKHAM FRERE, 1839, with an introduction by W. W. MERRY. 1907, re- 
printed 1912. Pp. xxii, 358. World's Classics, No. 134. 

Virgil, translated by DRYDEN (first published 1697). 1903, reprinted 1906, 1912. Pp. 494. 

World's Classics, No. 37. 

The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, newly translated by john 

JACKSON, with a short introduction on the leading principles of Stoicism and some notes 
on the Text. 1906, reprinted 1911. Pp. xx, 136. World's Classics, No. 60. 

A JvempiS, the imitation of Christ (c. 1470), the anonymous translation of 1677 revised 
1841. 1903, reprinted 1906, 1909. Pp. 242. World's Classics, No. 49. 

Machiavelli's Prince, translated by LUIGI RICCI. 1903, reprinted 1909. Pp. viii, 
108. World's Classics, No. 43. 

Montaigne's Essayes, translated by JOHN FLORIO, 1603. Three volumes. Vol. I, 
1904, reprinted 1910 ; Vols. II and III, 1906. Pp. 1,496. World's Classics, No. 65, 70, 77. 

Cervantes' Don Quixote, translated by CHARLES JERVAS (I742), with notes 
and introduction by J. FITZMAURICE-KELLY. 1907, reprinted 1912. Two volumes ; 
also the two volumes bound together, sultan red leather, 3s. net. Pp. xxxii, 552, 594, with 
frontispiece. World's Classics, Nos. 130-1. 

Lesage's Gil Bias, translated by TOBIAS SMOLLETT, 1748, with an introduction 
and notes by J. FITZMAURICE-KELLY. Two volumes ; also the two volumes together, 
sultan red leather, 3s. net. 1907. Pp. xxxii, 408, 422. World's Classics, Nos. 151-2. 

Goethe's Faust. Part I, translated by J. ANSTER, 1835, now printed with Mar- 
lowe's Faustus, and an introduction to the two plays by Sir A. W. WARD. 1907, reprinted 
1915. Pp. xxxiii, 936. World's Classics, No. 135. 

NekraSSOV. Who can be happy and free in Russia, 1864, newly translated by 
JULIET SOSKICE. With an introduction by DAVID SOSKICE. 1916. 

World's Classics, No. 213. 

Tolstoy. The Cossacks and three other tales of the Caucasus 1853-63, translated by 
L. and A. MAUDE. In preparation. World's Classics, No. 208. 

Tolstoy. Twenty-three Tales, published 1872-1903, newly translated by L. and A. 
MAUDE. 1906, reprinted 1909, 1911, 1913, 1915. Pp. x, 272. World's Classics, No. 72. 

Tolstoy. Anna Karenina, 1875, translated by AYLMER MAUDE. Two volumes ; also 
the two volumes bound together, sultan red leather, 3s. net. In preparation. 

World's Classics, Nos. 210, 211. 

Tolstoy. Essays and Letters, 1884-1903, newly translated by AYLMER MAUDE. 
1903, reprinted 1911. Pp. viii, 372. World's Classics, No. 46. 

Tolstoy. Resurrection, 1899, translated by L. MAUDE with an introduction by A. 
MAUDE. In preparation. World's Classics, No. 209. 

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How it all Came Round, by L. T. meade. illustrated. Crown 8vo. Cloth, 
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Edited by Mrs. HERBERT STRANG 
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When We were Girls together, by sarah doudney. illustrated. Crown 

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A Long Lane with a Turning, by sarah doudney. illustrated. Crown 
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My Book. A Girl's Garden. A Posy for Girls. 

Noble and True. The Girl's Own Book. A Chaplet for Girls. 

The Girl's Treasury. Schooldays and Holidays. The Girl's Holiday Book. 

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A Garland of Roses. Rosemary. The Jewel Box. 

Rose Leaves. Golden Days. Playtime Stories. 

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King Blacksack and his Sword, strange Tales for chUdren, by C. L. STAINER, 
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Gerard's Long Journey. By CHARLES READE. 
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Rough : The Story of a Dog. By Mrs. HERBERT STRANG. 
A Stitch in Time : a Story of Home Life. By EVELYN WARD. 
The Golden Gate. A Book of Simple Verse. 

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A Little Norman Maid : a Story of the Norman Conquest. By HERBERT STRANG. 

Little Talks about Birds and Beasts. By MAY BYRON. 

Brave Marget ; a Story of a Girl's Heroism. By Mrs. HERBERT STRANG. 

The Boy Who Would Not Learn. By HERBERT STRANG. 

Grade III (for Children of 11 and 12). 

The World War. By HERBERT STRANG. 

Cerdic the Saxon : a Story of the 11th Century. By HERBERT STRANG and L. L. 

WEEDON. 
Our Great Adventure : a Story of 100 Years Ago. By HERBERT STRANG. 
Through the North Country. By H. RUSSELL FORD. 
In Trafalgar's Bay. By HERBERT STRANG. 
The Story of Joan of Arc. By EVELYN WARD. 
The Story of Lord Kitchener. By A. O. COOKE. 

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The Silver Shot : a Story of the 16th Century. By HERBERT STRANG. 
The Story of Francis Drake. By H. RUSSELL FORD. 
The Story of Napoleon. By A. O. COOKE. 
The Story of Lord Roberts. By A. O. COOKE. 
A Prisoner in Spain. By HERBERT STRANG. 

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Selections from Malory. By H. wragg. 2s. 

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Herbert Strang's Library of Standard Books 

For Boys and Girls 
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By CAPTAIN MARRYAT. 
Mr. Midshipman Easy. 

By R. M. BALLANTYNE. 
Coral Island. 

By W. H. G. KINGSTON. 
True Blue. 
Peter the Whaler. 

By THOMAS HUGHES. 
Tom Brown's Schooldays. 

By NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. 
A Wonder Book. 
Tanglewood Tales. 

By FRANK BUCKLAND. 

Curiosities of Natural History. 

By WILLIAM HOWITT. 
The Boy's Country Book. 

By CHARLOTTE M. YONGE. 
A Book of Golden Deeds. 

By LOUISA ALCOTT. 
Little Women. 
Good Wives. 

By SUSAN COOLIDGE. 
What Katy Did. 
What Katy Did Next. 
What Katy Did at School. 



Captain Cook's Voyages. 

Mungo Park's Travels. 

Tales from Hans Andersen. 

Stories from Grimm. 

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Robinson Crusoe. 

By WASHINGTON IRVING. 
The Voyages of Columbus. 

By CHARLES and MARY LAMB. 
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A Brief Account 

Origin and Progress of the Dictionary 

The Proposed ' Supplement ' of 1859 

The collection of the materials which are used in the preparation of the Oxford Dictionary 
began in 1857 with the appointment by the Philological Society in London of a committee 
for the collection of words unregistered in existing dictionaries. Dr. Trench, then Dean of 
Westminster, read before the Society two papers in which, ' while speaking with much ap- 
preciation of the labours of Dr. Johnson and his successors, he declared that these labours 
yet fell far short of giving us the ideal English Dictionary. Especially, he pointed out that 
for the history of words and families of words, and for the changes of form and sense which 
words had historically passed through, they gave hardly any help whatever. No one could 
find out from all the dictionaries extant how long any particular word had been in the 
language, which of the many senses in which many words were used was the original, or how 
or when these many senses had been developed ; nor, in the case of words described as 
obsolete, were we told when they became obsolete or by whom they were last used. He 
pointed out also that the obsolete and the rarer words of the language had never been com- 
pletely collected ; that thousands of words current in the literature of the past three centuries 
had escaped the diligence of Johnson and all his supplementers ; that, indeed, the collection 
of the requisite material for a complete dictionary could not be compassed by any one man, 
however long-lived and however diligent, but must be the work of many collaborators who 
would undertake systematically to read and to extract English literature. He called upon 
the Philological Society, therefore, as the only body in England then interesting itself in the 
language, to undertake the collection of materials to complete the work already done by 
Bailey, Johnson, Todd, Webster, Richardson, and others, and to prepare a supplement to all 
the dictionaries, which should register all omitted words and senses, and supply all the 
historical information in which these works were lacking, and above all, should give quota- 
tions illustrating the first and last appearance, and every notable point in the life-history of 
every word.' — (Murray, Komanes Lecture, 1900.) 

The Preparations for a New Dictionary, 1859-79 

The collection of materials for the supplement was at once begun by the Committee and 
seventy-six volunteers, but it soon became apparent that the projected supplement would be 
greater than all the existing dictionaries. Accordingly plans were discussed for a New 
English Dictionary, and Mr. Herbert Coleridge was appointed editor. Under his direction 
rules were issued for the guidance of volunteer readers, some hundreds of books were read 
or undertaken to be read, and the editor himself published his Glossarial Index to the printed 
literature of the thirteenth century. He had prepared lists of words from A to D, and had 
put into type specimen pages containing articles upon some early words shortly before his 
lamented death in 1861. He had calculated that, when he had one hundred thousand illus- 
trative quotations in his pigeon-holes, it would be time to begin making the Dictionary. 

Dr. Fnrnivall, who was next appointed editor, ' reahzed much more fully the immensity 
of the work '. He pressed on the collection of quotations, divided the letters of the alphabet 
among volunteer sub-editors, each of whom, it was hoped, would arrange the quotations 
supplied of words beginning with the letter entrusted to him, classify the different senses of 
each word, and so leave to the editor only the final redaction of the articles. And, becoming 
conscious of the great bulk of our early literature which had not been printed, or. had been 
very imperfectly printed, Furnivall founded in 1864 the Early English Text Society, which 
from that time until now has been engaged in the accurate reproduction of those early 
writings without which no historical knowledge of English language and literature is 
possible. 

The work thus begun was continued for many years, but could not be brought to com- 
pletion. The materials accumulated as more books were read, but experience showed that it 
was impossible for volunteer workers to bring them into a single plan : in the absence of an 
editor and a staff giving their whole time to the work gaps in the material could not be dis- 
covered or filled, and an attempt made by Furnivall to construct a Concise Dictionary, 
which should show what had been done and what remained to do, broke down after many 
years of effort. The first enthusiasm of the workers waned when it was found that printing 
was so far distant ; the London and American pubhshers who were consulted were unable to 
undertake a work of the magnitude which it was clear would be necessary, and the whole 
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The Oxford Dictionary 

The collections which had been made were too valuable to be abandoned, and in 1878 
it was suggested that the Philological Society should invite the co-operation of the Clarendon 
Press. Negotiations between the Society, the Press, and Dr. Murray, who was by common 
consent designated as the editor, were entered into, and agreements were drawn up which 
were finally settled early in 1879. Even at this time the immensity of the work was not fully 
realized. The Dictionary, it was thought, ' would occupy not less than 6,000 and not more 
than 7,000 pages ', and it could be completed, it was assumed, in ten years by a single editor, 
with a small staff. But when Dr. Murray, in 1879, began his work, ' careful examination 
of the quotations then for the first time collected in one place, and arranged in a continuous 
alphabetical series, showed that much work still remained to be done in order to render the 
material adequate for the purpose. Accordingly a new appeal was made to volunteers to 
coUect additional quotations from specified books, of which lists were from time to time issued. 
More than eight hundred readers In Great Britain, the United States, and elsewhere responded 
to this appeal, and in the course of three years a million additional quotations were furnished, 
raising the total number to three and a half millions, selected by about thirteen hundred 
readers, from the works of more than five thousand authors of all periods. About thirty 
sub-editors (including a few who have never ceased to work for the Dictionary) offered their 
gratuitous services in arranging quotations, preparing definitions, and otherwise contributing 
to the progress of the work. Without the aid of these generous contributors and fellow 
labourers so great a task could never have been undertaken.' — (Murray, Preface to N. E. D., 
Vol. I.) 

These immense collections, which even before the printing of the work had begun were 
already thirty-five times larger than had been contemplated in 1860, would have been 
sufficient in themselves to ensure the supereminence of the Dictionary. No other book has 
had, and very few ever will have, foundations laid in an inductive investigation of so wide 
a character. A simple classification of the available material for the various words, an 
intelligent selection from it, and a careful verification of the references, would have resulted 
in producing a work of the greatest value and usefulness. The adoption of such a course, 
however, which in itself would have involved no small amount of labour, was rendered 
virtually impossible by the very wealth of the material. This continually raised problems and 
presented difficulties which had not confronted any previous lexicographer, and the solution 
of these constantly involved prolonged researches in many different fields of study. A single 
quotation, containing a rare word or some unusual sense of a word, frequently became the 
starting-point of an investigation, historical or etymological, which might lead to some 
interesting discovery and explain something previously unknown or misunderstood. At an 
early stage of the work it became apparent that such researches, if they were to be adequately 
carried out, would demand ample limits of time and space, and that satisfactory results could 
only be achieved by the organization of a large and highly skilled editorial staff, which could 
have easy access to one or other of the great Ubraries, and profit by the assistance of many 
scholars and men of science. To attain this end. Dr. Murray with his staff removed to Oxford 
in 1885. He was fortunate in the widespread interest which his work excited in this and 
other countries, and in the many lasting friendships which it made for him. Without the 
generous help which this interest and these friendships drew from many quarters it would 
have been almost impossible to coUect adequate materials for the Dictionary. The list of 
voluntary helpers within the British Islands, many of whom have rendered inestimable 
service, is so extensive that it must be sought in the prefaces to the various volumes ; but 
something may be said here of the assistance which has come from over the seas. In early 
stages much help was given by American scholars, whose work was organized and super- 
intended by Professor F. A. March, of Lafayette College, Penn. The preface to Vol. I. (p. xv) 
records large contributions of materials from several Americans, while here, or in other 
volumes, the names of Fitzedward Hall, W. C. Minor, A. Matthews, C. W. Ernst, &c., are 
mentioned among those to whom special recognition is due. In another direction, across the 
North Sea, Mr. Caland, of Wageningen, was for many years a devoted contributor and 
critical proof-reader. 

Even with all the assistance thus fi-eely given, it became evident within a few years from 
the start that the magnitude of the task undertaken by Sir James Murray had not been fully 
realized. To hasten the completion of the work additional editors were appointed. 

Dr. Bradley, who had previously worked in London, first giving help with the letter B, 
undertook the editing of E, and removed to Oxford in 1896. Dr. Craigie, who joined the 
staff at Oxford in 1897, first assisted in the preparation of G, I, and K, and began independent 
editing with Q. Mr. Onions, after completing ten years of service with Sir James Murray and 
Dr. Bradley, was engaged in specially preparing portions of M, N, R, and S, and at the 
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Thus the editorial list stands at October 1, 1916 : 

JAMES A. H. MURRAY, editor of A B C D, H IJ K, O P and T. 
HENRY BRADLEY, editor of E F G, L M, S-Sh, and part of St. 
WILLIAM A. CRAIGIE, editor of N, Q, R, Si-Sq and part of V. 
CHARLES T. ONIONS, editor of part of Su-. 

In July 191S the staff, which had been slightly diminished by various causes, consisted 
of the following : Sir James Murray, assisted by Mr. A. T. Maling, Mr. F. J. Sweatman, 
Mr. F. A. Yockney, Miss E. M. Murray, and Miss R. N. Murray; Dr. Henry Bradley, 
assisted by Mr. W. Worrall, Mr. H. J. Bayliss, Mr. W. J. Lewis, and Miss E. S. Bradley ; 
Dr. W. A. Craigie, assisted by Mr. L. F. Powell, Mrs. Powell, and Mr. G. Watson ; Mr. C. T. 
Onions, assisted by Mr. P. T. J. Dadley, Mr. W. J. Fortune, and Mr. H. R. Simpson. The 
total number of those engaged in the preparation of the Dictionary was thus nineteen. Three 
other members of the staff— Mr. G. G. R.' Greene, Mr. J. W. Birt, and Mr. E. N. Martin- 
were serving in His Majesty's Forces. ' 

In 1909, in his Letter to the University, Lord Curzon wrote : ' In the staff of the English 
Dictionary alone the Press contributes to the University what is probably the largest single 
engine of Research working anywhere at the present time.' 

Sir James Murray died on the 26th July, 1915. His great wish that he should live to 
finish the Dictionary on his eightieth birthday, in 1917, had not been fulfilled ; the unceasing 
labour of three and thirty years ended when less than a tenth part of the work remained to 
be done. Almost within a week of his death he was still spending long hours at his desk. 
At the beginning he laid the lines and drew the plan ; in the prosecution of the work, when 
it became clear that it must be shared, his amazing capacity for unremitting labour enabled 
him to take more than an equal part, and the volumes produced by himself show charac- 
teristic excellences which cannot be exactly matched, though they may be rivalled by merits 
of another kind. ' He will not write the last pages, but more than that of any other man his 
name will be associated with the long and efficient working of the great engine of research 
by which the Dictionary has been produced.' 

The Present State of the Dictionary 

Including the work of all the editors, the state of the Oxford Dictionary in 1916 is as 
follows. Eight of the ten volumes are complete and, with the portions of the ninth volume 
already published, carry the vocabulary without a break from A to Still-. The remainder 
of St- is in progress, as is also Su-, of which two sections have already been issued. T has 
been completed. About half of V, with which the last half-volume Opens, has already been 
sent to the printers, 138 pages are published, and the earlier sheets are in a finished state. 
On October 1, 1916, the Dictionary extends to 13,432 pages and deals with 362,138 words, 
illustrated by 1,565,198 quotations. 

This completion of the third half million of quotations contrasts with the original calcula- 
tions of Mr. Coleridge, that it would be time to begin the making of the Dictionary when one 
hundred thousand quotations were available. 

A Comparison with other Dictionaries 

The seventh volume containing the words beginning with the letters O and P contains 
more words than any of the volumes published so far. The total is 48,870 words— 30,300 main 
words, 6,393 subordinate words, 4,974 special combinations, and 7,203 obvious combinations. 
Of the main words, 23,120 are described as current, 5,335 as obsolete, and 1,845 as alien. 
As against the Oxford total of 48,870, no other English dictionary contains more than 27,097. 
No fewer than 38,365 words in the Oxford volume are illustrated by quotations — no other 
English dictionary has more than 8,368 words, roughly 30,000 fewer, illustrated by quota- 
tions, and the illustrative quotations themselves number 175,130 in the Oxford book or 
154,790 more than in any other comparable volume. Johnson's dictionary contained 4,485 
words beginning with O and P, of which 3,661 were illustrated by quotations, the quotations 
numbering 12,111. 

As stated, the number of pages puMished to October 1, 1916, is 13,432. Each page con- 
tains three columns 10|^ inches long (112 hnes on the average), and each column is 2f inches 
wide— in all some 40,000 columns, which if placed end to end would cover over six miles ; the 
4,513,152 lines of type therein (166 mUes) containing nearly two hundred million letters and 
figures, not counting punctuation marks. 

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The Progress of Foreign Dictionaries — A Contrast 

The number of years which have been required to bring the Oxford Dictionary to this 
point will not seem excessive when it is compared with three foreign dictionaries which in 
respect of plan and extent may fairly be said to rival it. These are the Deutsches Worterbuch, 
begun by the brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, the Woordenboek der nederlandsche Taal, 
begun by De Vries and Te Winkel, and the Ordbok ofmr menska sprdket of the Swedish 
Academy. A summary of the past progress and present state of these works affords in- 
teresting evidence of the time which is normally spent in the production of dictionaries of 
this kind. 

German 

The preparatory work for the Deutsches Worterbuch was begun by the brothers Grimm 
in 1838, but the printing did not commence till the very end of 1851 ; the first volume, con- 
taining A-BiERJHOLKE, was completed in 1854. Wilhelm Grimm, who died in 1859, did only 
the letter D, which forms part of the second volume ; Jacob completed the third volume in 
1862, and' had advanced some way into the fourth at the time of his death in 1863. Since 
that date the work has been carried on by various scholars, some twenty in all, eight of 
whom are specially mentioned in some forms of the general title-page as it appears on the 
covers of the separate parts. During these fifty-two years the dictionary has progressed 
from F to an advanced point in S, though part of G still remains to be done. The rest of the 
alphabet is represented chiefly by continuous portions of T, V, and W, with smaller uncon- 
nected sections of S, U, V, W, and Z ; most of these minor sections have been produced 
within the past three years, as the result of a special effort to complete the work. With the 
exception of Vol. IV (which is immensely out of proportion to the others), the first nine 
volumes are finished, and carry the work as far as Seele. Vol. X is also well advanced, and 
considerable progress has been made with three of the six remaining volumes. The total 
result of sixty-three years of printing and publishing amounts to 20,174 pages (equivalent, 
however, to little more than 10,000 pages of the Oxford Dictionary), and covers about five- 
sixths of the whole German vocabulary. 

Dutch 

The beginnings of the Dutch dictionary date from 1850-51, and by 1852 the two original 
editors, De Vries and Te Winkel, had started the systematic collection of materials for the 
work. It was not, however, till 1864 that the first part made its appearance. After the 
death of Te Winkel in 1868 De Vries continued the work with various colleagues until his 
own death in 1892 ; since that date the dictionary has been carried on by some of these 
colleagues and by other editors subsequently appointed. After fifty-one years of publication 
the present state of the Woordenboek is as follows : Vols. I-VI, containing A to I, are com- 
plete with the exception of the latter part of Vol. Ill, and Vols. IX-XI, containing M to O, 
have also been finished. Of the remainder. Vol. VIII has made considerable progress, while 
Vols. VII, XII, and XIII are less advanced ; the latter, ending at present with Riant, is the 
furthest point the dictionary has reached. The portion of the work now published amounts 
to 12,565 pages (equal to less than 5,000 pages of the Oxford Dictionary), and contains about 
three-fifths of the Dutch vocabulary. 

Swedish 

The dictionary of the Swedish Academy is much less advanced than either of the above. 
The first part appeared in 1893, and up to the present time three complete volumes have been 
pubhshed, with portions of another two. These, however, contain only the letters A, B 
(incomplete), C, and D (incomplete) ; fuUy five-sixths of the Swedish vocabulary stiU remain 
to be dealt with. 

The Low Price of the Dictionary 

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at a price which is at least as low as that for any printed matter in book form. The price of 
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Vols. I 





Words 


Quotations 


Pages 


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306,122 


1,298,136 


11,247 


X. Si- StiUatim 


22,403 


126,368 


960 


Su-Sullen 


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16,084 


128 


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10,864 


45,900 


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362,318 


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1,565,198 


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Beginning of Asser's Life of King Alfred, reproduced from the engraving in 

F. Wise's edition (Oxford, 1722), which is the only remaining evidence of the 

appearance of MS. Cott. Otho A xii, destroyed in the fire of 1731 

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THE • FIGHT • BETWEEN • JASON • AND • CORPUS 

AND • THE • PREPARATIONS • OF ■ JASON • AND • MEDEA 

FOR • THE ■ CONQUEST • OF • THE • FLEECE 



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The Exeter Book, edited by I. Goi.lancz. Part I, 1895. 20s. No. 104. 

Be Domes Daege (Bede's De Die Judicii), Sic, edited by J. R. Lumby. 1876. 2s. No. 65. 
The Oldest English Texts, edited by H. Sweet. 1885. 20s. No. 83. 

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King Alfred's Orosius, edited by H. Sweet. Part I, 1883. 13s. No. 79. • 

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The Liflade of St. Juliana, from two Old Enghsh MSS. of 1230, edited, with renderings into 

Modern English, by O. Cockayne and E. Brock. 1872. 2s. No. 51. 

The Life of St. Katherine, with its Latin Original, ed. by E. Einenkel. 1884. 12s. No. 80. 
An Old English Miscellany, containing a Bestiary, Kentish Sermons, Proverbs of Alfred, and 

Religious Poems of the Th;ri;eenth Century, edited by R. Morris. 1872. 10s. No. 49. 

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Genesis and Exodus, an Early English Song, about 1250, ed. by R. Mokris. 1865. 8s. No. 7. 
The Early South-English Legendary or Lives of Saints, from MS. Laud 108, edited by C. 

HoRSTMANN. 1887. 20s. No. 87. 

Legends of the Holy Rood, Symbols of the Passion and Cross-Poems, edited by R. Mokrisj 

1871. 10s. No. 46. 

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R. Morris. Part I, 1874, 10s. 6d. ; Part H, 1875, 15s. ; Part III, 1876, 15s. ; Part IV, 

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VII, Essay on the MSS., their dialects, &c., by H. Hupe, 1893, 10s. 

Nos. 57, 59, 62, 66, 68, 99, 101. 
The Harrowing of Hell, and Gospel of Nicodemus, ed. W. H. Hulme.j E S, 1907. 15s. No. c. 
The Northern Passion, edited by Miss F. A. Foster. Part I, 1912. 15s. No. 145. 

Robert of Brunne's Handlyng Synne (1303), with those parts of the Anglo-French treatise on 

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Nos. 119, 123. 
William of Shoreham's Poems, edited by M. Konhath. Part I, E S, 1902. 10s. No. lxxxvi. 
The Earliest English Prose Psalter, together with Eleven Canticles, and a translation of the 

Athanasian Creed, edited by K. D. BuELBRiNc. Parti, 1891. ISs. No. 97. 

Adam Davy's Five Dreams about Edward II, the Life of St. Alexius, &c., edited by 

F. J. Furnivall. 1878. 5s. No. 69. 

English Prose Treatises of Richard Rolle de Hampole, ed. G. G. Perry. 1866. Is. No. 20. 
Dan Michel's Ayenbite of Inwyt, 1340, edited by R. Morris. 1866. 10s. 6d. No. 23. 

The Middle English poem, Erthe upon Erthe, ed. by Miss H. Murray. 1911. 10s. No. 141. 
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Speculum Gy de Warewyke, edited by Miss G. L. Morrill. E S, 1898. 10s. No. lxxv. 
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Early English Alliterative Poems, in the West-Midland dialect of the Fourteenth Century, 

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Political, ReUgious, and Love Poems, &c., edited by F. J. Furnivall. 1866 (re-edited, 1903). 

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The Three Kings of Cologne (John of Hildesheim), ed. by C. Horstmann. 1886. 17s. No. 85. 
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*s. No. 31. 

Mirk's Festial, edited by T. Erbe. Part I, E S, 1905. 12s. No. xcvl 

R. Misyn's Fire of Love and Mending of Life (Hampole), 1434, 1435, edited by R. Harvey. 

1896. 15s. No. 106. 

Jacob's Well, an EngUsh treatise on the Cleansing of Man's Conscience, edited by A. 

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An Alphabet of Tales, an English Fifteenth-Century translation of the Alphahetvm Narra- 
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The Early English Versions of the Gesta Roraanorum, edited by S. J. H. Herrtage. ES, 
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Religious Pieces in Prose and Verse, from R. Thornton's MS., edited by G. G. Perry. 1867, 
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The Book of the Knight of La Tour-Landry, edited by T. Wkight, 1868. Revised edition, 
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The Lay of Havelok the Dane, edited by W. W. Skeat. E S, 1868. 10s. No. iv. 

The Romance of Sir Beues of Hamtoun, edited by E. Kolbing. E S, Part I, 1885, 10s. ; 

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The Romance of Guy of Warwick, Fourteenth-Century version, edited by J. Zupitza. E S, 

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Sir Ferumbras, edited by S. J. H. Herrtage. E S, 1879. 15s. No. xxxiv. 

The Sege oiF Melayne, Duke Rowland and Sir Otuell, &c., edited by S. J. H. Hehbtage. 

E S, 1880. 12s. No. xxxv. 

The Sowdone of Babjdone, edited by E. Hausknecht. E S, 1881. 15s. No. xxxviii. 

Rauf Colyear, Rolandi and Vernagu and Otuel, edited by S. J. H. Herrtage. E S, 1882. 

ISs. No. XXXIX. 

Torrent of Portyngale, edited by E. Adam. E S, 1887. 10s. No. li. 

The Romance of Emar^, edited by Edith Rickert. E S, 1906. 7s. 6d. No. xcix. 

Le Morte Arthur, edited by J. D. Bruce. E S, 1903. 15s. No. lxxxviii. 

Arthur, edited by F. J. Furnivall. 1864. 4s. No. 2. 

The Laud Troy Book (about 1400), edited by J. E. Wijlfing. Part I, 1902, ISs. ; Part II, 

1903, 20s. Nos. 121, 122. 

The Middle-English versions of Partonope of Blois, edited by A. T. Bodtker. E S, 1911. 15s. 

No. cix. 
The Romans of Partenay or of Lusignen, edited by W. W. Skeat. 1866. 6s. No. 22. 

Generydes, c. 1440, edited by W. A. Wright. Part 1, 1873, 3s. ; Part II, 1878, 4s. Nos. 55, 70. 



Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight, about 1360, edited by R. Mohris. 1864. 10s. No. 4. 
Morte Arthure, edited by E. Brock. 1865, new edition, 1871. 7s. No. 8. 

The Romance of William of Palerne (otherwise known as William and the Werwolf), to which 

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Skeat. E S, 1867 (reprinted, 1881). 13s. No. i. 

The Romance of the Cheuelere Assigne, edited by Lord Aldenham. E S, 1868. 3s. No. vi. 
The ' Gest Hystoriale ' of the Destruction of Troy, edited by G. A. Panton and D. Donaldson. 

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Joseph of Arimathie, otherwise called The Romance of the Seint Graal, edited by W. W. 

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Alexander and Dindimus, edited by W. W. Skeat. E S, 1878. 6s. No. xxxi. 

The Wars of Alexander, edited by W. W. Skeat. E S, 1886. 20s. No. xlvii. 



The Prose Life of Alexander, edited by J. S. Westlake. 1913. 10s. No. 143. 

Merlin, about 1450-1460, edited by H. B. Wheatley. Part I, 1865, 2s. 6d. ; Part II, 1866, 

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Melusine, about 1500, edited by A. K. Donald. Part I. E S, 1895. 20s. No. i.xvin. 

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The Chester Plays, Part I, edited by H. Deimling. E S, 1892. 15s. Part II, edited by 

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The Digby Plays, edited by F. J. Fuhnivall. E S, 1896. 15s. No. txx. 

The Towneley Plays, edited by G. England and A. W. Pollakd. E S, 1897. ISs. No. lxxi. 
Two Coventry Corpus-Christi Plays, edited by H. Craig. E S, 1903. 10s. No. lxxxvii. 

The Macro Plays, edited by F. J. Fuhnivall and A. W. Pollard. E S, 1904.. 10s. No. xcr. 
The Non-Cycle Mystery Plays, with the Croxton Play of the Sacrament and The Pride of Life, 

edited by O. "Watehhouse. E S, 1909. 15s. No. civ. 

The Wright's Chaste Wife, edited by F. J. Fuhnivall. 1865 (ed. 2, 1869). Is. No. 12. 

Additional Analogs to ' The Wright's Chaste Wife ', by W. A. Clouston. 1886. Is. No. 84.. 
The Romance and Prophecies of Thomas of Erceldoune, edited by J. A. H. Muhray. 1875. 
10s. 6d. No. 61. 

Twenty-Six Political and other Poems (including ' Petty Job '), from MSS. Digby 102 and 

Douce 322, edited by J. Kail. Part I. 1904. 10s. No. 124. 

Early English Meals and Manners, &c., edited by F. J. Furnivall. 1868. 12s. No. 32. 

Fifteenth-Century Courtesy Book, edited by R. W. Chamrers ; and Two Fifteenth-Century 

Franciscan Rules, edited by W. W. Seton. 1914. 7s. 6d. ■ No. 148. 

Lanfranc's Cirurgie, about 1400, ed. by R. von Fleischhackeh. Part I. 1894. 20s. No. 102. 
John Arderne's Treatises of Fistula in Ano, &c., ed. by D'Arcy Power. 1910. 15s. No. 139. 
The Brut, or The Chronicles of England, edited by F. W. D. Brie. Part;1, 1906, 10s. ; Part II, 

1908, 15s. Nos. 131, 136. 

The English Conquest of Ireland, mainly from the ' Expugnatio Hibernica ' of Giraldus Cam- 

brensis, two Texts, edited by F.J. Fuhnivall. Parti. 1896. 15s. No. 107. 

Secreta Secretorum, three prose versions, edited by R. Steele. Part I. E S, 1898. 20s. 

No. LXXIV. 
Two Fifteenth-Century Cookery Books, about 1430-50, ed. by T. Austin. 1888. 10s. No. 91. 

Palladius on Husbondrie, about 1440, Part I, by B. Lodge, 1872, 10s. ; Part II, by S. J. H. 

Hebktage, 1879, 15s. Nos. 52, 72. 

The Book of Quinte Essence, about 1460-70, edited by F. J. Fuhnivall. 1866, 89. Is. No. 16. 
The Promptorium Parvulorum, edited from the Winchester MS. by A. L. Mayhew. E S, 

1908. 21s. No. oil. 

Catholicon Anglicum, 1483, edited by S. J. H. Herhtage. 1881. 20s. No. 75. 



The Original Ordinances of more than one hundred Early English Gilds, edited by Toulmin 

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The Fifty Earliest English Wills in the Court of Probate, edited by F. J. Fuhnivall. 1882. 

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The Mediaeval Records of a London City Church (St. Mary at Hill), 1420-1559, edited by 

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The English Register of Godstow Nunnery, near Oxford, about 1450, edited by A. Clark. 

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The English Register of Oseney Abbey by Oxford, about 1460, edited by A. Clahk. Part I, 

1907, 15s. ; Part II, 1913, 10s. Nos. 133, 144. 

The Coventry Leet Book, or Mayor's Register, 1420-1555, edited by Mary Dormer Harris. 

Part I, 1907, 15s. ; Part II, 1908, 15s. ; Part III, 1909, 15s. ; Part IV, 1913, 10s. 

Nos. 134, 135, 138, 146. 
Lincoln Diocese Documents, 1450-1544, edited by A. Clark. 1914. 15s. No. 149. 

4. Authors from Chaucer to Caxton 

Langland, The Vision of WilUam concerning Piers Plowman, edited by W. W. Skeat Part I, 
Text A, 1867, 6s. ; Part II, Text B, 1869, 10s. 6d. ; Part III, Text C, &c., 1873, 18s. ; 
Part IV, Notes, Glossary, &c., 1884, 18s. Nos. 28, 38, 54, 81. 

Parallel Extracts from forty-five MSS. of Piers Plowman, by W. W. Skeat. 1866. Is. No. 17. 

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Piers Plowman and its Sequence, urging the fivefold authorship of the Vision. By J. M. 
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The Rers Plowman Controversy : b. Dr. Jusserand's First Reply to Professor Manly ; 
c. Professor Manly's Answer to Dr. Jusserand ; d. Dr. Jusserand's Second Reply to 
Professor Manly; e. Mr. R. W. Chambers's The Authorship of Piers Plowman ; /. Dr. Henry 
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Pierce the Ploughman's Crede (about 1394), and God spede the Plough (about 1500), edited by 
W. W. Skeat. 1867. 2s. r b \ ;, ^^ ^^^ 

The English Works of Wyclif, hitherto unprinted, ed. byP. D. Matthew. 1880. 20s. No. 74.. 
Chaucer's Boethius, edited by R. Mohbis. E S, 1868. 12s. No. v. 

Chaucer's Treatise on the Astrolabe, edited by W. W. Skeat. E S, 1872. 6s. No. xvi. 

The English Works of John Gower, edited by G. C. Macaulay. E S, Vol. I, 1900, ISs. ; 

Vol. II, 1901, 15s. Nos. Lxxxi, lxxxii. 

The Tale of Beryn, edited by F. J. Fdrnivall and W. G. Stone. With an abstract of the 

French original and Asiatic versions, by W. A. Clouston. E S, 1909. ISs. No. cv. 

Hoccleve's Minor Poems. I, edited by F. J. Fuknivall, E S, 1892, 15s. ; II, edited by 

I. GoLLANcz. [At press.] Nos. lxi, lxxiii. 

Hoccleve's Regement of Princes, 1411-12, and fourteen Minor Poems, edited by F. J. 

FuRNivALL. E S, 1897. 15s. No. lxxii. 

Lydgate's Temple of Glass, edited by J. Scnicif. E S, 1891. 15s. No. lx. 

Lydgate's and Burgh's Secrees of old Phihsoffres, a version of the ' Secreta Secretorum ', edited 

by R. Steele. E S, 1894. 15s. No. lxvi. 

Lydgate's Assembly of Gods, edited by O. L. Tkiggs. E S, 1896. 15s. No. lxix. 

Lydgate's Deguilleville's Pilgrimage of the Life of Man, 1426, edited by F. J. Fuhnivall. E S, 
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Nos. LXXVII, LXXXIII, XCII. 

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Lydgate's Reson and Sensuallyte, edited by E. Sieper. E S, Part I, 1901, 5s. ; Part II, 1903, 

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Lydgate's Troy Book (1412-20), edited by H. Bergen. ES, Part I, Books I and II, 1906, 15s. ; 

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Lydgate's Minor Poems, edited by H. N. MacCracken. E S, Part I, (1) The Lydgate Canon; 

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The Chaucer Society 

Founded in 1868 by Dr. F. J. FURNIVALL for the printing and publication of MSS. of 
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Works and the Second works supplementary thereto. 

Series I. Classified List 

Figures in brackets are the years for which the issues were made ; Nos. 1, 2, &c., are 
the original numbers of the Series. 

The Canterbury Tales, in six parallel texts, from MSS. EUesniere, Hengwrt, 
Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Petworth, Lansdowne 851. The ' Six-text 
edition ' edited by F. J. Furnivall. Royal 4to. Nine parts. (1868-84.) 

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The Canterbury Tales, from MS. Harl. 7334. (1885.) No. 71. 

The Canterbury Tales, from MS. Camb. Dd. 4. 24. Two parts. (1901-2.) Nos. 95, 96. 

Parallel Text Specimens of the Pardoner's Prologue and Tale, and the Clerk's Tale. Nine 
parts. 1890-1902. Nos. 81, 85, 86, 90-94, 97. 

The Minor Poems, paraUel-text edition. Three parts. (1871-9.) Nos. 21, 57, 58. 

The Minor Poems, supplementary parallel texts. Two parts. (1871-80.) 

No. 22 (reprinted as 59). 

The Minor Poems, odd texts. Two parts. (1871-80.) Nos. 23, 60. 

The Minor Poems, one-text print. The best text of each poem in the parallel text edition. 

Two parts. (1871-80.) Nos. 24, 61. 

The Minor Poems, more odd texts. (1886.) No. 77. 

TroiluS and Criseyde, paraUel-text edition. Four parts. (1881-95.) 

Nos. 63, 64, 87, 88. 
TroUus and Criseyde, from the Campsall MS. (1888.) No. 79. 

Troilus and Criseyde, specimen extracts from nine unprinted MSS. and from Caxton's and 

Thynne's editions. (1896.) No. 89. 

Troilus and Criseyde, comparison with Boccaccio's Filostrato, by W. M. Rosseiti. Two parts. 

(1875-83.) Nos. 44, 65. 

Romaunt of the Rose, from Thynne's print, 1532. (1911.) No. 82. 

Romaunt of the Rose, parallel text of the Glasgow MS. and the French original. Part I. 
(1891.) No. 83. 

A Treatise on the Astrolabe, addressed to his son Lowys, in 1391 A.D., edited by 
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Boece, from two MSS. Two parts. (1886.) Nos. 75, 76. 



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Autotype Specimens of the chief Chaucer MSS. Four parts. (1876-85.) Part I out of 
print. Nos. 48 (o. p.), 56, 62, 74. 

Ryme-Index to the Ellesmere MS. of the Canterbury Tales, by H. Cromie. In 4to and 
8vo. (1875.) Nos. 45 (8vo), 46 (4to), 47, Notes (8vo). 

Ryme-Index to the Minor Poems, by Miss Makshall and Miss Porteh. In 4to and 8vo. 
(1887-89.) Nos. 78 (4to), 80 (8vo). 

Ryme-Index to the Troilus, by W. W. Skeat. (1891.) No. 84. 

Series II. Classified List 

Essays on Chaucer. Six parts. (1868-92.) Nos. 2, 9, 16, 18, 19, 29. 

Originals and Analogues of the Canterbury Tales. Five parts. (1872-87.) 7, 10, 15, 20, 23. 
Life Records of Chaucer. Four parts. (1875-1900.) Nos. 12, 14, 21, 32. 

Supplementary Canterbury Tales. Parts I and II, The Tale of Beryn (1876-87). Part III, 

A new Ploughman's Tale (1902). Nos. 17, 24, 34. 

John Lane's Continuation of Chaucer's Squier's Tale. Two parts. (1887-9.) Nos. 23, 26. 

Thynne's Animadversions, 1599, on Speght's Chaucer's Workes, with lives of WiUiam and 

Francis Thynne, and the only known fragment of The Pilgrim's Tale. (1875.) No. 13. 

R. Brathwait's Comments on Two Tales of Chaucer, 1665, edited by Miss C. F. E. 

Spurgeon. (1901.) No. 33. 

The Chronology of Chaucer's Writings, by J. Koch. (1890.) No. 27. 

Observations on the Language of Chaucer's Troilus, by G. L. Kittredge. (1891.) No. 28. 
Notes on the Road from London to Canterbury, by H. Littlehales. (1898.) No. 30. 

The Portraits of Geoffrey Chaucer, by M. H. Spielmann. (1900,) No. 31. 

Analogues of Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrimage, the four-days' Journey from London to 

Canterbury and back of the Aragonese Ambassadors, July 31-Aug. 3, 1415, Sec, edited 

by R. E. G. Kirk and F. J. Furnivall. (1906.) No. 36. 

The Development and Chronology of Chaucer's Works, by J. S. P. Tatlock. (1907.) 

No. 37. 

The Evolution of the Canterbury Tales, by W. W. Skeat. (1907. ) No. 38. 

Studies in Chaucer's Hous of Fame, by W. O. Sypherd. (1907.) No. 39. 

The Origin and Development of the Story of Troilus and Criseyde, by K. Young. (1907.) 

No. 40. 
The Harleian MS. 7334 and Revision of the Canterbury Tales, by J. S. P. Tatlock. (1907.) 

No. 41. 
The Date of Chaucer's Troilus and other Chaucer matters, by G. L. Kittredge. (1908.) 

No. 42. 

The Eight-Text Edition of the Canterbury Tales ; vidth especial reference to the Harleian MS. 

7334, by W. W. Skeat. (1908.) No. 43. 

The Syntax of the Infinitive in Chaucer, by J. S. Kenyon. (1908.) No. 44. 

A Study of the Miracles of Our Lady, told by Chaucer's Prioress, by C. Brown. (1910-11.) 

No. 46. 
A Detailed Comparison of the Eight Manuscripts of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, as com- 
pletely printed by the Chaucer Society, by J. Koch. (1913.) No. 47. 
Five Hundred Years of Chaucer Criticisms and Allusions, a. d. 1362-1900, by Miss C. F. E. 
Spurgeon. Three parts. (1908-10.) Nos. 48-50. 
Early English Pronunciation, by A. J. Ellis. Five parts. (1868-88.) 

Nos. 1, 4, 5, 11, 25 (wrongly marked No. 27 for 1889). 

Also, 

Temporary Preface to the Six-Text Canterbury Tales, by F. J. Furnivall. (1868.) No. 3. 

Trial-Forewords to my Parallel-Text edition of the Minor Poems, by F. J. Furnivall. 

(1871.) ,No. 6. 

Albertano of Brescia's Liber Consilii et Consolationis, a. d. 1246. (1873.) No. 8. 

Lydgate's Siege of Thebes. Part I, the Text. (1911.) No. 46. 



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