Mr. Edward Arnold's December, 1901. New and Popular Books.
Telegrams: 37 Bedford Street, 'Scholarly, London.' Strand, London.
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LINKS WITH THE PAST.
By MRS. CHARLES BAGOT.
Demy 8vo., with Photogravure Portrait, 16s.
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'Mrs. Bagot has had all the advantages which a long life and the best society give to the memoir writer. Add to these an excellent memory, keen perceptions, and a decided gift of expression, and we have all the materials for a most pleasant pot-pourri.'—Times.
'Every one who appreciates a volume of well-bred political and social gossip ought to read Mrs. Bagot's "Links with the Past."'—Standard.
'Rich and suggestive as this entertaining book is, it is clear that the author is not merely a keen observer of life and manners, but that she has enjoyed opportunities of the social kind that do not fall to many.'—Westminster Gazette.
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MEMORIALS OF THE VERY REV. W.C. LAKE, D.D.,
DEAN OF DURHAM, 1869-1894.
Edited by his Widow, KATHARINE LAKE.
One volume, 8vo., with Photogravure Portrait, 16s.
At the time of his death in 1897, the late Dean of Durham was engaged upon his Reminiscences, but they were unfortunately left in a very fragmentary and incomplete condition. Mrs. Lake has, however, put the MSS. in order, with the co-operation of Canon Rawlinson, of Canterbury, and supplemented it with such additional materials as were in her possession, including a selection from the Dean's full and varied correspondence.
Dean Lake was a Fellow and Tutor of Balliol during the height of the Oxford Movement, and was afterwards a member of the famous Royal Commission on Education, which may be said to have laid the foundation for all subsequent legislation on the subject. He was on intimate terms with the leading men in the English Church during an eventful period of its history, but, though a strong Churchman, he was a thorough man of the world, of broad views and wide culture. Mrs. Lake has been permitted to publish letters to her husband from his numerous friends, including Arch-bishop Tait, Dean Church, Dean Stanley, Mr. Gladstone, Canon Liddon, Dr. Pusey, Lord Halifax, and others—letters that not only add considerably to our knowledge of those distinguished characters, but contain many valuable comments upon large questions of permanent interest.
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By L. MARCH PHILLIPPS, LATELY CAPTAIN IN RIMINGTON'S GUIDES.
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LIVES OF HOLY MEN.
A SKETCH OF A CHRISTIAN SOCIAL REFORMER OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
By JAMES ADDERLEY, AUTHOR OF 'FRANCIS, THE LITTLE POOR MAN OF ASSISI,' 'STEPHEN REMARX,' ETC.
Small crown 8vo., elegantly bound, with devotional Portrait, 3s. 6d.
This little life of St. Vincent de Paul does not aim at supplanting larger biographies, but it contains enough to make the reader feel that to know nothing of St. Vincent would be a serious loss to anyone who desires a knowledge of the History of the Church and her advance towards the solution of social problems.
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HUGH OF LINCOLN.
By CHARLES MARSON, VICAR OF HAMBRIDGE, TAUNTON.
Small crown 8vo., elegantly bound, with Portrait, 3s. 6d.
This volume is uniform in design with the preceding, and will, it is hoped, form part of a little series of the Lives of Holy Men, which may be helpful to Churchmen of the present day. The portrait in the frontispiece is based upon a statue surmounting a pinnacle of Lincoln Cathedral, specially photographed for the purpose.
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The Little Poor Man of Assisi.
A SHORT STORY OF THE FOUNDER OF THE BROTHERS MINOR.
By JAMES ADDERLEY.
Second Edition, with photogravure Portrait of St. Francis, crown 8vo., 3s. 6d.
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SEVEN ROMAN STATESMEN.
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Crown 8vo., with Portraits, 6s.
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IMPERIUM ET LIBERTAS.
By BERNARD HOLLAND.
One volume, octavo, 12s. 6d. net.
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RIGHTS AND WRONGS OF THE TRANSVAAL WAR.
By E.T. COOK, Recently Editor of the Daily News.
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ERASMUS' Praise of Folly. SIR THOMAS CHALLONER'S Translation (Elizabethan). With a set of illustrations, borders, frontispiece, and initial by WILLIAM STRANG, and a cloth cover in motley by C.R. ASHBEE. 250 copies. L3 3s.
The Psalms of David. This book will be in the new type with a fresh set of historiated 'bloomers' designed by C.R. ASHBEE. 250 copies.
American Sheaves and English Seed Corn. Essays and Addresses by C.R. ASHBEE.
The Essex House Song Book will be issued in about 100 folio sheets, three or four songs coming on to the sheet of four pages. The sheets will be printed red and black in the new type, with wood-cut embellishments, and uniform in size with the Essex House 'Shakespeare.' Three hundred copies only will be issued, of which 100 are reserved in the first instance for America. The sheets will be published in batches of about ten sheets at a time, at a cost of 1s. a sheet, and over a period of two or three years. Subscriptions can only be received for the whole work, payable as the sheets are ready for delivery. Subscribers to the regular series of Essex House Press Publications will not be expected to subscribe if they do not wish to do so, but will be given first refusal.
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These volumes are published on behalf of the Essex House Press by Mr. EDWARD ARNOLD, and can be ordered either from him or from any Bookseller.
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KING EDWARD THE SEVENTH'S PRAYER-BOOK.
This will be a sumptuous edition of the Book of Common Prayer, which, by gracious permission of His Majesty, will be entitled 'King Edward the Seventh's Prayer-Book.'
The new Prayer-Book will be hand printed at the Essex House Press, and whilst conforming to the Authorized Version will rank, as a piece of typography, with the Great Prayer-Book of Edward VI. It is to be in new type designed by Mr. C.R. Ashbee, with about one hundred and fifty woodcuts, and is to be printed in red and black on Batchelor hand-made paper. There will also probably be a special binding of green vellum with a gold block design and clasps. The preparation of the work is expected to occupy about eighteen months.
The Prayer-Book will be published by his Majesty's printers, Messrs. Eyre and Spottiswoode, acting under the Royal Letters Patent, who will superintend the work of the Essex House Press.
Exceptional circumstances connected with the Book of Common Prayer render it essential that this work, in order to be of historic value, shall be issued with the imprint of the King's printers; but Mr. EDWARD ARNOLD has arranged to secure for subscribers to the Essex House Press publications the first offer of copies, and orders should be sent in before October 31, 1901, after which date such priority cannot be guaranteed.
The edition will be strictly limited to a total of four hundred copies for England and America, at a price of Twelve Guineas (L12 12s.) net, and there will also be five copies on vellum at Forty Pounds (L40) net.
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By LORD MILNER, G.C.B.
A New Edition. Crown 8vo., cloth, 2s. 6d.
This little book has been out of print for some years, and has been reissued in the belief that there still are many who would like to possess it, but have been unable to obtain copies.
'An admirable sketch, at once sympathetic and discriminating, of a very remarkable personality. It is a masterly analysis of a commanding personal influence, and a social force of rare potency and effect.'—Times.
'An exquisite appreciation.'—Daily Chronicle.
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YALE BICENTENNIAL PUBLICATIONS.
DEDICATED TO THE GRADUATES OF YALE UNIVERSITY.
MR. EDWARD ARNOLD has pleasure in announcing the issue of an important series of scientific works in connection with Messrs. Charles Scribner's Sons, of New York.
With the approval of the President and Fellows of Yale University, the series has been prepared by a number of the Professors and Instructors, to be issued in connection with the Bicentennial Anniversary, as a partial indication of the studies in which the University teachers are engaged. The list of volumes includes some of a special and technical nature, others of a more general character. Social Science, History, Literature, Philology, Mathematics, Physical and Mechanical Science are all represented, the object being to illustrate the special function of the University in the discovery and orderly arrangement of knowledge.
Several of the volumes are now ready, and it is hoped that nearly all will be published before the Bicentennial celebration in October.
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The Education of the American Citizen. By ARTHUR TWINING HADLEY, LL.D., President. 6s. 6d. net.
Societology. A Text-Book of the Science of Society. By WILLIAM G. SUMNER, LL.D., Professor of Political and Social Science. 12s. 6d. net.
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BIOGRAPHY AND REMINISCENCES.
Adderley. FRANCIS OF ASSISI. (See page 3.)
Adderley. MONSIEUR VINCENT. (See page 3.)
Alexander. RECOLLECTIONS OF A HIGHLAND SUBALTERN during the Campaigns of the 93rd Highlanders in India, under Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde, in 1857-1859. By Lieutenant-Colonel W. GORDON ALEXANDER. Illustrations and Maps. Demy 8vo., cloth, 16s.
Arnold. PASSAGES IN A WANDERING LIFE. By THOMAS ARNOLD, M.A. Demy 8vo., with Portrait, 12s. 6d.
Bagot. LINKS WITH THE PAST. By Mrs. CHARLES BAGOT. (See page 1.)
Boyle. THE RECOLLECTIONS OF THE DEAN OF SALISBURY. By the Very Rev. G.D. BOYLE, Dean of Salisbury. With Photogravure Portrait. Second Edition. One vol., demy 8vo., cloth, 16s.
Clough. A MEMOIR OF ANNE J. CLOUGH, Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge. By her Niece, BLANCHE A. CLOUGH. With Portraits. 8vo., 12s. 6d.
De Vere. RECOLLECTIONS OF AUBREY DE VERE. Third Edition, with Portrait. Demy 8vo., 16s.
Fenton. THE JOURNAL OF MRS. FENTON IN INDIA AND THE COLONIES, 1826-1830. 8vo., 8s. 6d. net.
Hare. MARIA EDGEWORTH: her Life and Letters. Edited by AUGUSTUS J.C. HARE, Author of 'The Story of Two Noble Lives,' etc. With Portraits. Two vols., crown 8vo., 16s. net.
Hervey. HUBERT HERVEY, STUDENT AND IMPERIALIST. By the Right Hon. EARL GREY. Demy 8vo., Illustrated, 7s. 6d.
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Hole. A LITTLE TOUR IN AMERICA. By Dean HOLE. Illustrated. Demy 8vo., 16s.
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Jowett. BENJAMIN JOWETT, MASTER OF BALLIOL. A Personal Memoir. By the Hon. L.A. TOLLEMACHE. Fourth Edition, with portrait. Cloth, 3s. 6d.
Lake. MEMORIALS OF THE VERY REV. W.C. LAKE, D.D., Dean of Durham. (See page 2.)
Le Fanu. SEVENTY YEARS OF IRISH LIFE. By the late W.R. LE FANU. Popular Edition. Crown 8vo., 6s.
Macaulay. THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF ZACHARY MACAULAY. By Viscountess KNUTSFORD. With Portrait. Demy 8vo., 16s.
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Marson. HUGH OF LINCOLN. (See page 3.)
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Milner. ARNOLD TOYNBEE. (See page 10.)
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Mott. A MINGLED YARN. The Autobiography of EDWARD SPENCER MOTT (NATHANIEL GUBBINS). Author of 'Cakes and Ale,' etc. Large crown 8vo., 12s. 6d.
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Pigou. PHASES OF MY LIFE. By the Very Rev. FRANCIS PIGOU, Dean of Bristol. Sixth Edition. With Portrait. Crown 8vo., 6s.
Rochefort. THE ADVENTURES OF MY LIFE. By HENRI ROCHEFORT. Second Edition. Two vols., large crown 8vo., 25s.
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Smith. THE LIFE OF A FOX, AND THE DIARY OF A HUNTSMAN. By THOMAS SMITH, Master of the Hambledon and Pytchley Hounds. With Illustrations by the Author, and Coloured Plates by G.H. JALLAND.
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'It will be a classic of fox-hunting till the end of time.'—Yorkshire Post.
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Thornton. A SPORTING TOUR THROUGH THE NORTHERN PARTS OF ENGLAND AND GREAT PART OF THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND. By Colonel T. THORNTON, of Thornville Royal, in Yorkshire. With the Original Illustrations by GARRARD, and other Illustrations and Coloured Plates by G.E. LODGE.
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Nimrod. THE CHASE, THE TURF, AND THE ROAD. By NIMROD. With a Photogravure Portrait of the Author by D. MACLISE, R.A., and with Coloured Photogravure and other Plates from the original Illustrations by ALKEN, and several reproductions of old Portraits.
'Sir Herbert Maxwell has performed a real service for all who care for sport in republishing Nimrod's admirable papers. The book is admirably printed and produced both in the matter of illustrations and of binding.'—St. James's Gazette.
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Index to Authors.
Adams, E. Davenport, 29
Adderley, Hon. and Rev. J., 3, 18
Alexander, W. Gordon, 13
Ames, Ernest, 25
A Moral Alphabet, 25
Andersen, Hans Christian, 28
Arnold-Forster, H.O., 26
Arnold, Thomas, 13
Ashbee, C.R., 8, 9
Bagot, Mrs. C., 1
Bagot, Dosia, 20
Bagot, R., 7, 18
Bell, C.N., 20
Bell, Mrs. Hugh, 7, 16, 25
Bell, Napier, 20
Belloc, Hilaire, 15
Benson, A.C., 15
Berkeley, Hon. Grantley F., 22
Beynon, W.G.L., 20
Bottome, Margaret, 20
Boyle, Very Rev. G.D., 13
Bradley, Cuthbert, 20
Browne, E.M. Balfour, 7
Brown, Edward, 23
Bull, H.J., 20
Bunsen, Marie von, 18
Burneside, Margaret, 18
Burton, Capt. R.G., 20
Butler, A.J., 16
Caunt, G.W., 26
Chapman, Abel, 20
Charleton, R.J., 18
Cherbuliez, Victor, 18
Chester, Norley, 18
Children's Favourite Series, 29
Children's Hour Series, 29
Cholmondeley, Mary, 7, 18
Clough, Blanche A., 13
Clouston, J. Storer, 18
Clouston, K. Warren, 25
Clowes, W. Laird, 29
Coleridge, M.E., 7, 18
Collingwood, W.G., 6, 18
Collins, J. Churton, 17
Colvile, Sir H.E., 20
Cook, E.T., 4
Cunningham, J.G., 23
Dalby, W.E., 6
De Vere, Aubrey, 13
Dunmore, Earl of, 18
Dymond, T.S., 27
Edwards, R.W.K., 18
Ellacombe, H.N., 16, 23
Elliot, W.G., 23
Essex House Publications, 8-11
Falkner, J. Meade, 18
Fawcett, E.D., 29
Fell, Rev. J., 25
Fenton, Mrs., 13
Field, Mrs. E.M., 29
Finsen, N.R., 6
Fisher, J.R., 15
Fleming, Canon, 16
Ford, Isabella O., 7, 19
Frederiksen, N.C., 5
Freshfield, Douglas W., 20
Frye, Alexis, 29
Gardner, Alice, 5, 29
Gaunt, Mary, 19
George, Florence A., 5
Gleichen, Count, 20
Glencairn, R.J., 17
Gordon, Sir T.E., 20
Goschen, Rt. Hon. G.J., 16
Graham, W., 26
Great Public Schools, 25
Grey, Earl, 13
Grey, H.M., 20
Hall, Bradnock, 19, 20
Halliday, G., 27
Hare, Augustus J.C., 13
Harrison, Frederic, 16
Harrison, S. Frances, 19
Harrow School, 25
Hartshorne, Albert, 25
Herschell, Lady, 25
Hervey, M.H., 28
Hickman, Capt. W.T., 7
Hill, Leonard, 26
Hoff, Dr. J.H. Van 'T., 27
Hofmeyr, A., 20
Hole, Dean, 13, 15, 24
Holland, Bernard, 4, 13, 17
Holland, Hon. Lionel, 26
Holland, Maud, 17
Holland, Rev. F.J., 15
Holmes, Thomas, 13
Holt, Ardern, 24
Hopkinson, A.M., 29
Hughes, J.L., 16
Hutchinson, Horace G., 19
Hutchison, Robert, 26
Indian Office Publications, 28
International Education Series, 30, 31
Johnston, Annie Fellows, 29
Jowett, Benjamin, 14
Keith, A., 6
Kelsey, W.R., 6
Knox, T.W., 29
Knutsford, Lady, 14, 19
Kuhns, L. Oscar, 16
Lake, Katharine, 2
Lang, Andrew, 17
Le Fanu, W.R., 14
Legh, M.H. Cornwall, 28, 29
Lehfeldt, Dr. R.A., 26
Lighthall, W.D., 19
Local Series, 29
Lockwood, Sir Frank, 26
Louis, H., 26
Macdonald, Lt.-Col. J.R., 21
Macdonald, Sir John A., 14
Marson, C., 3
Mathews, Margaret H., 28
Matthews, C.G., 6
Maud, Constance, 17, 28
Maxse, L.J., 27
Maxwell, Sir Herbert, 22, 24
McNab, Frances, 21
McNulty, Edward, 19
Merivale, J.A., 14
Milner, Lord, 10, 15
Montresor, F.F., 19
Morgan, C. Lloyd, 26, 29
Morley, Henry, 14
Mott, E.S., 14
Mudge, G.P., 6
Munroe, Kirk, 28
Nash, Henry, 28
National Review, 27
Newton, Lord, 18
Oman, C., 4, 15, 16
Oxenden, Maud, 19
Paget, Charles E., 27
Pasley, Sir T.S., 14
Peel, Hon. S., 5
Pearson, Karl, 27
Pembrey, M.S., 6
Percy, Earl, 21
Perry, Prof. John, 27
Phillipps, L. March, 2
Phillips, C.D.F., 6
Pickering, Sidney, 19
Pigou, Very Rev. Francis, 14
Pike, Warburton, 21
Pilkington, E.M.S., 25
Pinsent, Ellen F., 19
Podmore, C.T., 19
Pollok, Lieut.-Colonel, 21
Portal, Sir Gerald H., 21
Powles, L.D., 25, 26
Price, L.L., 16
Pritchett, R.T., 21
Quiller Couch, A.T., 17
Radford, Mrs. C.H., 19
Raleigh, Walter, 17
Ransome, Cyril, 16
Raymond, Evelyn, 29
Reed, E.T., 26
Reid, Arnot, 21
Rendel, Hon. Daphne, 16
Reynolds, Rev. S.H., 17
Richmond, Rev. Wilfrid, 27
Roberts, Morley, 19
Rochefort, Henri, 14
Rodd, Sir Rennell, 2, 17
Roebuck, Rt. Hon. J.A., 14
Roy, Gordon, 19
Russell, W. Clark, 18
Scrope, William, 23
Seton, Christine, 7
Shaw, C. Weeks, 27
Shorland, F.W., 24
Sidgwick, Mrs. A., 7
Slatin Pasha, Sir Rudolf, 21
Smith, A. Donaldson, 21
Smith, H.H., 24
Smith, Thomas, 22
Spinner, Alice, 19
Sportsman Library, 22, 23
Stevenson, R.L., 14
Stone, S.J., 21
Streamer, Col. D., 26
Tatham, H.F.W., 15
Taylor, Isaac, 27
Thompson, Col. R.F. Meysey, 21
Thornton, Col. T., 22
Tollemache, Hon. L.A., 14
Turkey in Europe, 15
Twining, Louisa, 14
Wallace, Helen, 19
Warkworth, Lord, 21
White, C.N., 24
Wilbraham, Estra, 7
Williams, N. Wynne, 19
Wilson, Ernest, 27
Wilson, Theodora, 7
Wingate, Sir F.R., 21
Yale Bicentennial Publications, 11, 12