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MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF FORTHCOMING WORKS.

XXXIV.

THE TREASURES OF ART IN GREAT BRITAIN.

BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THE CHIEF COLLECTIONS OF PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE, MSS.,

MINIATURES, &c., &c.,
OBTAINED FROM PERSONAL INSPECTION IN 1836–50–51.
(INCORPORATING ALL THE IMPORTANT PARTS OF “ART AND ARTISTS IN ENGLAND.")

BY DR. WAAGEN,
Director of the Royal Gallery of Pictures at Berlin.

2 Vols. 8vo.

XXXV.

A CHURCH DICTIONARY.

BY WALTER FARQUHAR HOOK, D.D., VICAR OF LEEDS.

Sixth Edition, revised and enlarged. One Volume. 8vo.

« In this edition, besides the addition of many new articles, all those relating to im. portant Doctrinal and Liturgical Subjects have been enlarged. The authorities on which statements have been made, are given, with copious extracts from the works of

Attention has also been paid to the subjects of Ecclesiastical and Civil Law, and to the Statute Law of England in Church Matters.”—Extract from the Preface.

XXXVI.

ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK OF ARCHITECTURE.

BEING A CONCISE AND POPULAR ACCOUNT OF THE DIFFERENT STYLES PREVAILING

IN ALL AGES AND COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD.

WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE MOST REMARKABLE BUILDINGS.

BY JAMES FERGUSSON, ESQ.,
Author of "Indian Architecture," " Palaces of Nineveh and Persepolis Restored."

With 1000 Illustrations on Wood. 8vo.

XXXVII.

HANDBOOK TO THE CATHEDRALS OF ENGLAND.

CONTAINING SHORT DESCRIPTIONS OF EACH.

BY REV. G. AYLIFFE POOLE, M.A., Vicar or WeLFORD.

With Illustrations from Drawings made on the spot. Post 8vo.

MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF FORTHCOMING WORKS,

XXXVIII.
HANDBOOK FOR ENGLAND AND WALES.

Giving an account of the Places and OBJECTS best worth visiting in England, more especially those rendered interesting by Historical Associations, or likely to attract the notice of intelligent strangers and passing travellers ; arranged in connexion with the most frequented Roads and Railways in England. Showing, at the same time, the way of seeing them to the best advantage, with the least expenditure of time and money.

3 Vols. Post 8vo.

ALSO,
A CONDENSED HAND-BOOK OF ALL ENGLAND.

With Map and Plans. I Vol. Post 8vo.

XXXIX. HANDBOOK FOR THE ENVIRONS OF LONDON.

WITHIN A CIRCLE OF THIRTY MILES AROUND ST. PAUL'S.

WITH HINTS FOR EXCURSIONS BY RAIL-RIVER-AND ROAD.

BY PETER CUNNINGHAM, F.S.A.

Post Sro.

XL.

HANDBOOK FOR SYRIA AND THE HOLY LAND.

With Maps. Post Svo.

XLI.

OFFICIAL HANDBOOK OF CHURCH AND STATE.

BEING A MANUAL OF HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL REFERENCE.

One Volume. Fcap. 8vo.

XLII.
THE YOUNG

OFFICER'S MANUAL OF FIELD OPERATIONS.

BY LIEUT. JERVIS, R.A.

Post 8vo.

XLIII.
HANDBOOK OF FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS.

FROM ENGLISH AUTHORS.

Feap. 8vo.

MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS.

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LAYARD'S LATEST DISCOVERIES AT NINEVEH.

Nearly ready, in one handsome volume folio,

ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE SCULPTURES, VASES,

AND BRONZES
RECENTLY DISCOVERED AT NINEVEH.

[DURING MR. LAYARD'S SECOND VISIT.)

PRINCIPALLY BAS-RELIEFS OF THE WARS AND EXPLOITS OF SENNACHERIB

FROM HIS PALACE AT KOUYUNJIK. FROM DRAWINGS BY MR. LAYARD, &c.

UNIFORM WITH LAYARD'S MONUMENTS OF NINEVEI.

** It has been ascertained, from Inscriptions lately decyphered, that the Palace of Kouyunjik, excavated by Mr. Layard, was built by Sennacherib, King of Assyria, and that its Sculptures represent events recorded in Sacred History.-2 Kings xvii. and xviii.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

FRONTISPIECE.
COLOSSAL LION.
WINGED BULL AND KING.
KING AND ALTAR.
DÆMON AND PRIESTS.
FISH PRIEST AND OTHER FIGURES.
HORSES LED.
MEN CARRYING FRUIT, LOCUSTS, &c.
CONTINUATION.
OBELISKS IN BOAT, AND HORSES.
ENGINEERING OPERATIONS OF THE ASSYRIANS IN TRANSPORTING

COLOSSAL OBELISKS AND STATUES.
TRANSPORT OF ONE OF THE COLOSSAL PULLS.
DRAWING BULL.
DRAWING BULL.
WORKMEN RAISING ARTIFICIAL MOUND.
MULTITUDE RAISING THE WINGED BULL TO THE SUMMIT OF THE
MOUND IN PRESENCE OF THE KING.

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MR. MURRAY'S LIST OF NEW WORKS. "

ILLUSTRATIONS-(CONTINUED.)

TRANSPORT OF BULL UPRIGHT.
WORKMEN WITH IMPLEMENTS,
SIEGE OF A CITY.
CAPTIVES.
ASSYRIAN TROOPS BEFORE THE CITY OF LACHISH.
THE SIEGE OF LACHISH, BY SENNACHERIB.
CAPTIVES AND SPOIL FROM THE CITY OF LACHISH.
SENNACHERIB ON HIS THRONE BEFORE THE CITY OF LACHISH-

"Now 'in the fourteenth year of King Hezekiah did Sennacherib, King of Assyria, come up

against all the fenced cities of Judah, and took them. And Hezekiah, King of Judah sent to the King of Assyria to Lachish."-2 KiXG8, xviii, 13, 14,

CHARIOT AND ATTENDANTS OF SENNACHERIB.
BATTLE IN MARSHES.
CONTINUATION.
BATTLE IN MARSH.
CONTINUATION.
TRIUMPHS OF SENNACHERIB.
CAPTIVES AND IDOLS.
SIEGE AND ESCALADE.
A HUNTING SCENE FROM KHORSHABAD
CAPTIVES BROUGHT TO ASSYRIA.
CONTINUED.
CAPTIVES AND SPOIL.
CONTINUED.
CONQUEST OF A MOUNTAINOUS COUNTRY
CONTINUED.
SIEGE OF A CITY.
SIEGE AND PLUNDER OF A CITY.
KING PREPARING TO CROSS A RIVER.
SIEGE OF CITY ON THE BANKS OF A RIVER.
CONTINUED.
CAPTIVES WITH FEATHERED HEAD-DRESS.
THE CONQUEST OF THE SON OF ESARHADDON.
CONTINUED.
CONTINUED.

2 Kings, xix. 37.
CONTINUED.
CONTINUED.
PAVEMENTS.
ROCK SCULPTURE OF SENNACHERIB AT BAVIAN.
STATUE OF A PRIEST.
COLOURED TILES.
CONTINUED.
TEN PLATES OF BRONZE VESSELS, &c. &c., DISCOVERED IN THE

ROYAL TREASURE-HOUSE.

A LIMITED EDITION ONLY HAS BEEN PRINTED.

ALBEMARLE STREET,

January, 1852.

MR. MURRAY'S

LIST OF NEW WORKS NOW READY.

LORD MAHON.

The First Years of the American idar :

1763–80.

FORMING VOLS. V. AND VI. OF LORD MAHON'S “HISTORY OF ENGLAND.”

2 Vols. Svo. 205.

In the Appendix to these volumes will be found a great number of letters from Lord Chatham, and several from Mr. Fox, derived from the Grafton MSS.; two Mémoires on a projected Invasion of England by the French in 1767 and 1768, derived from the Chatham MSS. ; various unpublished documents, and many extracts from the King's Private Correspondence with Lord North.

It is intended to complete this work in one more volume, bringing down the History of England and of British India to the end of the American war, and at the close reviewing the social state of the people during the seventy years which this history will comprise. The last volume will also contain an ample Index to all the seven.- Dec. 1851.

THE BISHOP OF OXFORD.

I Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Oxford,

AT HIS SECOND VISITATION, NOVEMBER, 1851.

8vo. 38. 6a.

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