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Foxley.-On Faith in Natural and Revealed Religion,
as necessary for the Purification and Perfectibility of Man. The Burney Prize Essay for the Year 1854. By JOSEPH FOXLEY, B.A., Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Assistant Master, St. Peter's School York. 8vo. 13,
Gaskin.-Solutions of the Geometrical Problems
proposed at St. John's College, Cambridge, from 1830 to 1846, consisting chiefly of Examples in Plane Coordinate Geometry. With an Appendix, containing several general Properties of Curves of the Second Order, and the Deter. mination of the Magnitude and Position of the Axes of the Conic Section, represented by the General Equation of the Second Degree.
By the Rev. T. GASKIN, M.A., late Fellow and Tutor of Jesus College, Cambridge. 8vo. 123,
Gaskin,-Solutions of the Trigonometrical Problems
proposed at St. John's College, Cambridge, from 1829 to 1846. By the Rev. T. GASKIN, M.A.
Gaskin.-The Geometrical Construction of a Conic
Section, subject to five Conditions of passing through given Points and touching given Straight Lines, deduced from the Properties of Involution and Anharmonic Ratio ; with a variety of General Properties of Curves of the Second Order. By the Rev. T. GASKIN, M.A.
Goodwin.-The Doctrines and Difficulties of the
Christian Religion contemplated from the Standing-point afforded by the Catholic Doctrine of the Being of our Lord Jesus Christ. Being the Hulsean Lectures for the Year 1855. By the Rev. HARVEY GOODWIN, M.A., late Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Minister of St. Edward's Cambridge, and Hulsean Lecturer.
Goodwin.-Christ in the Wilderness.
Four Sermons preached before the University in the month of February 1855. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A.
Goodwin.-Four Sermons, preached before the
University of Cambridge in the month of November 1853.
Goodwin.- A Guide to the Parish Church.
18mo. 38. '60.
Being a Book of Instruction for Young Persons how they
Goodwin.-The Worthy Communicant; or, 'Who
may come to the Supper of the Lord?' By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A.
Goodwin.—Education for Working Men.
An Address delivered in the Town Hall of Cambridge, on the Evening of October 29, 1855. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A.
Goodwin.—An Elementary Course of Mathematics, designed principally
for Students of the University of Cambridge. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A. Fourth Edition.
8vo. 158. This Edition contains 100 pages of additional matter, and the price has been reduced from 18s. to 158.
Goodwin.-Elementary Statics, designed chiefly for the use of Schools. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A.
Crown 8vo. 6s.
The design of this work is to make the principles of Statics intelligible
to boys who have attained a fair knowledge of Algebra and Trigonometry. The laws of Statics, the composition and resolution of forces, and the doctrine of the lever, are first deduced experimentally; and the student having been thus rendered familiar with the fundamental truths of the subject, is subsequently introduced to their mathematical demonstration. This arrangement forms the most striking peculiarity of the book. Each chapter is accompanied by an imaginary conversation between the tutor and pupil, in which the difficulties of the subject are discussed, and collateral information introduced. There is also appended to each chapter an Examination Paper of Questions upon its contents.
Goodwin.-Elementary Dynamics, designed chiefly for the use of Schools. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A.
Crown 8vo. 58.
as nearly as possible upon the same principle, having appended to each chapter an imaginary conversation and a paper of Examination Questions. The three Laws of Motion are dealt with in three separat3 chapters; each of the earlier laws being followed out into its consequences, and illustrated by practical applications, before another is introduced. It is believed that this arrangement will be found very much to facilitate the progress of beginners. There is a chapter upon the impact of balls; and the treatise concludes with the doctrine of the simple cycloidal pendulum.
Goodwin.-A Collection of Problems and Examples,
adapted to the “ Elementary Course of Mathematics." With an Appendix, containing the Questions proposed during the first Three Days of the Senate-House Examinations in the Years 1848, 1849, 1850, and 1851. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A. Second Edition.
Goodwin.—Elementary Chapters in Astronomy,
from the “Astronomie Physique” of Biot. By the Rev. H. GOODWIN, M.A.
8vo. 38. 6d.
Gorham.-A Treatise on the Episcopate of the
Ante-Nicene Church, (with especial reference to the Early
Fcap. 8vo. 38. 6d.
Gorham.-Xenophontis Cyropædia. With English
Notes, by the Rev. G. M. GORHAM, M.A.
12mo. In the Press.
Gregory & Walton.-A Treatise on the Application
of Analysis to Solid Geometry. Commenced by D. F. GREGORY, M.A., late Fellow and Assistant Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge; Concluded by W. WALTON, M.A., Trinity College, Cambridge. Second Edition, revised and corrected.
Gregory and Walton.—Examples of the Processes
of the Differential and Integral Calculus. Collected by D. F. GREGORY, M.A. Second Edition, edited by W. WALTON, M.A.
Griffin.-A Treatise on the Dynamics of a Rigid
Body. By the Rev. W. N. GRIFFIN, M.A., late Fellow
and 'Tutor of St. John's College, Cambridge. 8vo. 68. 6d. Griffin.-Solutions of the Examples appended to a
Treatise on the Motion of a Rigid Body. By the Rev.
Griffin,-A Treatise on Optics.
8vo. 8s. 8yo, 78. 6d.
Hardwick-A History of the Articles of Religion.
Including, among other Documents, the X Articles (1536), the XIII Articles (1538), the XLII Articles (1552), the XI Articles (1559), the XXXIX Articles (1562 and 1571), the Lambeth Articles (1595), the Irish Articles (1615), with Illustrations from the Symbolical Books of the Roman and Reformed Communions, and from other contemporary sources. By C. HARDWICK, M.A., Fellow and Chaplain of St. Catharine's Hall.
8vo. 108, 6d.
Harvey--Sermons for Young Men.
Preached before the University of Cambridge during the month of February 1853, by W. W. KARVEY, B.D., late Fellow of King's College, and Rector of Buckland, Herts.
8vo. 48. Harvey- The History and Theology of the “Three
Creeds.” By W. W. HARVEY, B.D. 2 vols. post 8vo. 14s. Harvey-Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ Vindex Catholicus,
sive Articulorum Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ cum Scriptis SS. Patrum nova Collatio, curâ G. W. HARVEY, B.D.
3 vols. 8vo. 12s, each. Harvey-Prælectio in Prov. viii. 22, 23. Quam
munus Lectoris Regii in Literis Hebraicis petendo habuit G. WIGAN HARVEY, A.M., Collegii Regalis nuper Socius. III Id. Octob. 1848,
4to. sewed. 3s. Harvey-S. Irenæi Libros V. adv. Hæræses.
Versione Latina cum Codicib. Claromontano ac Arundel. denuo collata. Textu Græco auctiore facto; Commentationibus adjectis; Fragmenta necnon prout exstant Græce, Syriace, Armeniace, edidit G. W. HARVEY, S.T.B.
2 vols. 8vo. Hildyard-M. A. Plauti Aulularia. Ad fidem
Codicum qui in Bibliotheca Musei Britannici exstant aliorumque nonnullorum recensuit, Notisque et Glossario locuplete instruxit, J. HILDYARD, A.M., Coll. Christi apud Cantab. Socius. Editio altera.
8vo. 78, 6d. Hildyard—M. A. Plauti Menæchmei. Ad fidem
Codicum qui in Bibliotheca Musei Britannici exstant aliorumque nonnullorum recensuit, Notisque et Glossario locuplete instruxit, J. HILDYARD, A.M. Editio altera.