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THE ECLECTIC REVIEW for June, price Is. 6d., contains:

1. Sea-Side Books.
2. Gilchrist's Life of Eity.
3. Gilfillan's Third Giallery of Portraits.
4. British Fossils and What they Teach.
5. Westward Ho.

6. Dalton's History of British Guiana.
7. Buckingham's Autobiography,
8. The Anti-Maynooth A.itsiion.

Review of the month, &c., &c.

THE HOMILIST for May, (No. XXIII.,) price 1s., contains, HOMILY:

GERMS OF THOUGHT (continued):On the Spiritual Universe.-The Ministering Ones. The One Question of Humanity, and its many THE PULPIT IN THE FAMILY:

ansers. By R. llancock. A Domestic Homily on Family Reunions. By D. The Trial-bearing force of Spiritual Religion. G. Wa't, M.A.

The Third Scene in the History of Redeemed THE GENIUS OF THE GOSPEL:

Humanity; or, the Age of Moral Reaction. Man's Religions, and their Testing Day.

The Brazen Serpent : an emb em of Heaven's GERMS OF THOUGHT:

Antidote in the Gospel of Christ. The Battle of Amalek, an Instructive War.

GLANCES AL SOME GREAT PREACHERS:Christ Sulling the Tempest. By Joseph Parker.

Chrysostom. By C. W., M.A.
Spiritual Qualification for the Reception of the
Spiritual. By J. H. Reynolds.

No. XXIV. will be Published on the 1st of July. " There is so much that is really valuable, and fitted to avert dangers arising from what is stereoty ped and conventional, that we cordially welcome our contemporary as a fellow-worker in 1:0 good cause."— Evangelical Magazine. "Full of original and suggestive thought, often clothed in imagery and language of great beariy.

The whole work is pervaded by an independence of thought, and a freshness of feeling, that are tonic alike to the intellect and the heart."- Peace Herald.

Third Edition, price 1s. cloth, Essays on the Distinguishing Traits of Christian Character. By GaRDIXER SPRING, D.D., New York,

WARD AND CO., 27, PATERNOSTER ROW.

THE BEST TEETH. DWARD MILES, SURGEON DENTIST, supplies Sets or TEETH cf

the best possible quality and construction, with exact imitation of Nature and the most recent improvements, without pain or removal of roots. E. M. particularly invites those cases iii which others of bis Profession have been unsuccessful, as many years' close and practical attention, and improvements and discoveries of his own, have enabled him to secure comfort where oihers havo failed. See “ Few Minutes on the Teetli," by E MILES.

At home, Nine till Four. Charges strictly inoderate. 15, Liverpool-street, Bishopsgate, London. 8

REMO V AL. THE BEST TEETH. --MR. EDWARD MILES, JUN., SURGEON

DENTIST, has REMOVED to 14, BEDFORD SQUARE. The use of ererything of the best possible quality and construction, combined with all the most recent improvements in his profession, is the system he has pursued, in conjunction with his Father, for many years. At home daily, 10 till 4.

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LIST OF LECTURES, &c., IN LONDON, FOR JUNE. Oxention Chapel, Sunday Afternoon Lecture.- June 3, J. H. Godwin; 10,-; 17,- ; 24, Mr. Isaac Vaughan.

The Coward Lecture will be preached in Union Chapel, Islington, on Tuesday Mornings, at Twelve o'clock:June 5:h, Rev. J. B. Brown; 12th, Rev. W. Kirkus; 13th, Rev. J. C. Harrison; 26th, Rev. H. Allun.

RS. WARD'S ESTABLISHMENT, 33, CHARTER-ITOUSE SQUARE, is offered to the

comforts of home may be secured.

33, CHARTER-HOUSE SQUARE, ALDERSGATE STREET, Five Minutes' Walk from the General Post Office.

CORONETS, CRESTS, CIPHERS, ADDRESSES,

&c., ENGRAVED ON DIES, and Stamped on Paper or Envelopes, FREE OF CHARGE, on Orders amourting to 20s, and upwards, on receipt of Post Office Order.

JEREMIAH SMITH,
SOLE INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER

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PATENT ADHESIVE ENVELOPE,

REQUIRING NEITHER WAX NOR WAFER, Respectfully invites the attention of the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public to his superior Stock of Stationery, the whole of which he unhesitatingly warrants equal to that sold at any other house in London, al correspording prices.

The Envelopes manufactured by J. Smith are universally preferred to all others, for their adhesive properties and superior finish; and as he is now determined to make no CHARGE EITHER FOR DIES OR STAMPING, he confidently hopes for a continuance of the liberal encouragement which he has hitherto experienced.

J. Smith has the honour to acknowledge the kind support and recommendation of many families of distinction; and trusts that, by adhering to that strict integrity with which he has conducted his business, he sha'l secure the gratifying position he has already attained. Every description of Plain, Ornamental, and Wedding Stationery. Engraving, Printing, Bookbinding, &c., &c. Manufactory, 42, Rathbone-place, Oxford-street, London. MARION'S RESILIENT BODICE & CORSALETTO DI MEDICI.

PATENTED IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, BELGIUM, AND AUSTRIA. Figure 1. Front view of the Corsaletto di Medici, having resilients in conformity with respiration.

Figure 2. View of the Back of the Resilient Bodice and Corsaletto di Medici, with the resilients in imitation of the natural arrangement of the muscles, and corresponding there with in the movements of the body. 1.

2.
"It affords us great pleasure to observe the goodly array
of our medical brethren who have borne testimony in favour
of the above useful invention,-a beautifully elastic corset,
-ihan which we can conceive nothing can be more desirable
and complete." - Edilor of the Medical Circular.

“We think few who have seen it will be disposed to dis-
agree with us, when we assert that it is infinitely superior
to anything of the kind yet introduced: it is admirably con-
structed, and, in point of style and workmanship, it is alike
unexceptionable." - Editorial Notice in Le Follet.

They combine firinness with elasticity, fit closely, fasten easily in front, retain the original symmetry of their adjustmeni, and are judiciously adapted to every varying condi. tion of the female form. They are suitable to every age. figure, and habitude. Ladies in health, convalescents, and

invalids wear them with equal satislaction and advantage. Under the open transverse work of resilients (which are of elastic woven silk, cotton, or Lisle thread,' quilted silk, fine fannel, or coutil is inserted, preventing chilliness in the back, favouring free exhalation from the skin, and promoting the general health. These celebrated manufactures are of various qualities of Coutil or Jean, arcording with prices, 12s., 148., 16s., 21s., 25., 31s. 6d., &c. Also Children's Bocices and Riding Bodices. Fine light qualities for India. ALL COUNTRY ORDERS SENT, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE, CARRIAGE PAID OR POST FREE.

ENLARGED PROSPECTUS, with ILLUSTRATIONS, ANATOMICAL and DESCRIPTIVE, details of prices, explicit directions and papers for self-measurement, together with the OPINIOKS OF SIR JAMES CLARK, THE QUEEN'S PHYSICIAN: Dr. J. Forbes, Physician to Her Majesty's household : Sir B. C. Brodie. Serjeant-Surgeon to the Queen; Dr. J. c. B. Williams, Dr. Paris, Dr. Copland, Dr. Walshe, Dr. Conquest, Dr. Rowe. Dr. Quain, and other eminent Physicians, Surgeons, and Anatomists, on "The Influence of stays and Corsets upon the Health of Women," elegantly printed in 32 pages, crown 8vo, given on application, or sent free on receipt of two stamps for postage.

MESDAMES MARION AND MAITLAND,
PATENTERS, 54, CONNAUGHT TERRACE, MYDE PARK, LONDON.

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Manchester ......... Mr. J. Hibbert, 38, Oldham-st. Monmouth

Card, Agincourt-square. Northampton “ Ratnell, Printer, Bridge-st. Norwich

“ P. Otty, Orford-hill. Nottingham....... Sutton, Review office. Newcastle-on-Tyne Mrs. Shepherd, 43, Carliol-st. Oxford ........... Messrs. Slatter & Rose, 2,

High-st. Portsea

... Mr. Hudson, 46, Union-st. Reading .... Mrs. Burnard, Gun-street. Scarboro

.Mr. Webb, Bell Hotel. Sunderland

“ Gardner, 18, Lawrencc-st. Stroud

“ Messrs. Bucknall & Son,

High-st. Strood

“ J. Langford, Grocer. Southampton " Larbalestier, 12, High-st. Truro Winchester ......... Mrs. Drew, 14, St. Clement-st. West Cowes. .Nr. Taylor, 42, High-at. Ware

“ G. Ekins, Taylor. Wisbeach

“ J. Anthony, 4, Market-st. Worcester.

Mrs. Hind. Silver-st.

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" Leggo,

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Bedford ..... Mr. C. F. Timaeus, Bookseller.
Buckingham ...... Mr. T. Ridgway.
Batt...

.Miss Watson, 6, Union-st. Burton on Trent ... Mr. Whitehurst, Postmaster. Brighton

Snasball, 78, North-st. Birmingham “ Jones, 2, Little Hampton st Bridport

“ Tucker, Bookseller. Croydon

“ D. Wilson, Grocer. Chesterfield

Hatton, Printer. Chelmsford

“ Shearcroft, Bookseller. Dover

“ W.Humphreys, Fishmon

ger-st. Exeter

... Mr. Havill, 91, Fore-st. Huntingdom “ R. Edis, Printer. Hastings

“ C. Moore, 1, Bourn-st. Hull

" J. Heward, Grocer,

Edgar-st.
Ipswich........ Mr. Bird, 2, Westgate-st.
Liskeard

Abraham.
Liverpool ..... J. Fisher, 196, Scotland.

road. Leicester

Mr. T. Breedon, 36, Naviga

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General Agent for Scotland, Mr. John Fraset, 25, North Bridge, Edinburgl. Glasgow........... Mr. J. Mo‘Dove, 17, Sydney-st. | Aberdeen............ Mr. J. Mitchell

, 61, Broadb.

Belfast
Cork.............

AGENTS IN IRELAND.
Mr. Phillips, Bookslr., Bridge-st | Coleraine ............

Mrs. E. Mac Kinlay.
Messrs. Wood & Son, 46, Dublin

Mr. Shaw, 8, Bachelor's-walk.
Patrick-st.

Kilkenny

" J. Fogarty, Rose Inn-st.

FOREIGN
Baltimore, (U. S.) Messrs. J. C. French & Son.
Barbadoes Messrs. J, Montefiore & Co.
Barcelona, Spain... Miret, Cuyas, & Escribæ.
Bawle, Switzeriand Mr. Roderick Scholp.
Brody, (Germany) X. Kornfield, Esq.
Cadiz

Mr. J. Bensusan.
Calcutta ... Thos. Gardner, Esq.
Cape Breton..... .Lieutenant J. M'Kinnon.
Carthagena ......... Dn. Rafael Cauto, , Muralla del

Mar.
Constantinople...... Mr. A. Stampa.
Copenhagen.

C. S. Holm. Cracow...

Muidner. Elsinore

0. S. Steenberg. Frankfurt.... . Berck, Freres. George Town City,

(Demerara) . Mr. Jno. Mc Douall. Gibraltar

" T. H. Roberts. Guernsey ....

« Cochrane.

AGENTS.
Halifax (N.S.)...... Messrs. A. & W. Mae Kinlay.
Hamburg..... Messrs. Krauskopf & Co.
Kempten, Bavaria Mr. M. Gayrhos.
Kingston, Jamaica Miss Kington
Macon (Bibb Coun-

ty, Georgia, U.S.) Mr. Thos. Gibson
Madras.... R. L. Pereira, Esq.
Melbourne (Port
Philip

Mr. A. Charlwood.
Mexico.....

“ Jean Togno.
Montreal

R. Trudeau,
New Plymouth,

New Zealand)... Mr. R. Parris.
New York, (U.S.) Messrs. Firth, Pond, and Co.
Odessa,

Wm. Wagner.
Paris, (33, Rue

Louis le Grand.
Valencia ......... Mr. Antonio Andreu.

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LIST of AGENTS in London and its vicinity :
City Branch of the British College of Health, Mr. JOHN LOFTS, 262, Strand.
Regent Street, 65.. Mr. Field.

Walham Green .... Mrs. Marchant.
Mile End-road, 1, Park-

Brentford (Post-office... Mr. Norbury.
place ...
Mr. Lofts.
Clapham

Mr. Batten's Library.
Oxford-street, 63 ... Dietrichsen & Hannay, Hoxton, 53, Great Chart-
Perfumers.

street, East-road

Mrs. Dinmore [fumer. St. George's East, 20,

Cornbill, 68 ...

Mr. R. Johnston, PerNew-road,... Mr. J. Kaines,

High Holborn, 90 Mr. Pullen. Old Kent-road, 8, Towns

Deptford

Mr. Por ritt, Bookseller. end-street Mrs. Foulser.

High-street, Poplar Mr. Edmunds. Tottenham Court

Hermitage-street, 22, road, 128 ... Mr. Rayner.

Paddington-green

Mr. Wm. Winn. Watling-street, 55 Mrs. E, Dare. Sold in Bores, at 7 d., 18. 11d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and Family Packets, containing three 48. 6d. Botes, 118

each Also, the Vegetable Cleansing Powders, 18. 11d. per Box.

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CAUTION. MORISON'S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL MEDICINES, are sold only by the authorised Agents, one of whom may be found in every Town or Village throughout the Country.

Beware of Counterfeits sold by some unprincipled Chemists under various pretences, and see that the words “MORISON'S UNIVERSAL MEDICINES” are engraved on the Government Stamp, in white letters upon a red ground, to counterfeit which is felony. — Beware also of various impostors, who, after pirating the Hygeian System of JAMES Morison, the Hygeist, and to evade the law, bring out pills under various fictitious names, such as “Old Parr," " Old Jenkins,” &c., &c.

TABLE AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS, PARIAN AND ALABASTER STATUETTES, VASES, &c.

5 0

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0

A Dinner Service, 108 Pieces, for 12 Persons

£2 2 0 Ditto Enamelled

5 Ditto Enamelled or Gilt

6 A smaller or larger quantity may be had if required. Breakfast and Tea Services also made up to sets of any size, to suit the convenience of the Purchasers.

GLASS.

The usual extensive choice of DECANTERS, JUGS, WINE GLASSES, CARAFES, ICE PAILS, DISHES, &o.

MODERATOR LAMPS, PAPIER-MACHE TEA TRAYS, &c. &c. GEORGE B. SANDER, 319, HIGH HOLBORN,

(OPPOSITE GRAY'S INN) LONDON.
All Goods packed and forwarded to the Wharves and Railway Statious, Cartage Free.

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CHINA AND GLASS. J. W. SHARPUS, 49 and 50, OXFORD STREET,

AND PORTLAND BAZAAR, LANGHAM PLACE. These extensive Establishments are now filled with Thousands of the NEWEST PATTERNS, from the FIRST MAKERS, at MODERATE PRICES; and offer advantages to be obtained at no other house in London.

A Beautiful Collection of Parian Statuettes, Vases, &c.

CROGGON'S PATENT ASPHALTE ROOFING FELT Has been extensively used, and pronounced efficient, and particularly applicable for WARM CLIMATES. It is a non-conductor. It is portable, being packed in rolls, and not liable to damage in carriage.-It effects a saving of half the timber usually required. It can be easily applied by ang unpractised person. - From its lightness, weighing only 421b. to the sqnare of 100 feet, the cost of carriage is small.-UNDER SLATES, &c., in Church and other roofs, the Felt has been extensively used to REGULATE THE TEMPERATURE.

INODOROUS FELT, for damp walls, and for damp floors, under carpets and floor-cloths, also for LINING IRON HOUSES, to equalize the temperature. PRICE ONE PENNY PER SQUARE FOOT.

PATENT FELTED SAEATHING for covering ships' bottoms, &c. DRY
HAIR FELT for Deadening Sound, and Covering Steam Boilers, Pipes, &c., preventing the
radiation of heat, thereby saving TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT OF FUEL.
Samples, testimonials, and full instructions, on application to CROGGON & CO.,

DOWGATE-HILL, London.

Jo
ONES'S £4 48. SILVER LEVER, and £10 108. GOLD LEVER

WATCHES, selling at the MANUFACTORY, 338, STRAND, opposite Somerset House, jewelled in four holes, with maintaining power, elegant in form, warranted not to vary more than half a minute per week. Attention is called to the reduced price of the GOLD WATCHES. It now becomes folly to buy a Foreign Watch. On receipt of 1s. above the price, in Post-office order, payable

to John Jones, one will be sent free to any part of the kingdom. JONES'S SKETCH OF WATCH-WORK SENT FREE FOR A 2d. STAMP.

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