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1855-57 Inhabitants of America, 2 vois.--Political 3042 HUGHES' (F. S.) History of Eng Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain,

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3059 HUME AND SMOLLETT'S HISTORY | 3065 HUNT'S (Leigh) Lord Byron and

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1854 3068 HUNT'S (Leigh) Jar of Honey from *** Last edition, with the author's latest cor Mount Hylia, illustrated by Doyle, sq. rections, improvements, and enlargement.

8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. (pub. 10s. 6d.) 1848 “ The two great histories which we read, as ! 3069 HUNT'S (R.) Treatise on Photomust again observe, are those of Rapin and Hume; their political sentiments are different; but Hume

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phy, or the History of the Patriarchs, respected and admired by the most enlightened 5 vols. 8vo. hf. calf neat, 10s. 6d. 1802 reader; he is the guide and philosopher of the ordinary reader, to whose mind, on all the topics 3071 HUNTER'S (H.) History of London connected with our history, he entirely gives the and its Environs, containing an Account tone and the law."-Smyth's Lecture on Modern

of the Origin of the City, its State under History.

the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Nor3061 HUME-The Student's Hume, a His

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3076 HURD'S (Bp.) Moral and Political|3089 HUTTON'S (W.) Journey to London,

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3090 HŪTTON'S (W.) History of Bir

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