Page images
PDF
EPUB

Recently published, in a beautiful volume, price 5s., with Engravings.

THE INQUISITION REVEALED,

IN ITS ORIGIN, POLICY, CRUELTIES, AND

HISTORY.

WITH

MEMOIRS OF ITS VICTIMS IN FRANCE, SPAIN, PORTUGAL,

ITALY, ENGLAND, INDIA, AND OTHER COUNTRIES,

Dedicated to Cardinal Wiseman.

TESTIMONIES OF REVIEWERS.

"Mr. Timpson has done good service in collecting into one volume the best records extant of that iniquitous thing called the inquisition. This is just the book wanted, in these times, to show up Rome in her own frightful colours. Let Englishmen read it."-Evangelical Magazine.

“This work may be regarded as a useful manual for those who need a practical illustration of the theory of Popery."-Christian Times.

“Mr. Timpson has here collected into a popular form the substance of the information contained in Limborch, Llorente, Bower, and others. The work is designed especially as a present to young persons, and it is well adapted for its purpose."--Patriot.

“This book exhibits Mr. Timpson's wonted industry and care in compila tion, and is clearly and fluently written. It contains many well authenticated narratives, and much accurate information."-Nonconformist.

Whoever is desirous to ascertain the awful oppression, injustice, and cruelty, to which Popish enactments, as the result of Papist principles, can be extended, may acquire the information by the perusal of the work before us. Here we have a faithful delineation of Popery."-Sunday School Teachers' Magazine.

“A compilation, from various sources, of some of the merciless doings of the Inquisition. It is put together with considerable skill; and when Popery is striving to regain its power in these Islands, it may be useful, in showing what are its tender mercies and its arguments to convince its opponents." -Edinburgh Christian Magazine.

“This work may be denominated a digest of all literature on the subject of the Inquisition. It is a book remarkably adapted, therefore, to popular circulation, and we could wish a copy of it to be in every house, from the mansions of our nobles down to the humblest of our peasantry."-British Banner.

“Mr. Timpson's book is a compendium of all that has been written about the Inquisition by its opponents, from the days of Dominic, its founder, down to Achilli, its latest victim. We, therefore, commend it to our readers."Local Preachers' Magazine.

WORKS PUBLISHED BY

PARTRIDGE & OAKEY, 84, PATERNOSTER ROW, AND 70, EDGWARE ROAD. (Publishers to the British Organization of the Evangelical Alliance.)

EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE PRIZE ESSAY. INFIDELITY: its Aspects, Causes, and Agencies.

By the Rev. THOMAS PEARSON, Eyemouth, N.B. This Essay obtained the Prize of One Hundred Pounds recently offered by the Council of the British Organization of the Evangelical Alliance.

Now ready, Demy 8vo., price 10s. 6d., cloth. THE BEAUTIES OF THE BIBLE: an Argument

for Inspiration. In Ten Lectures. By Rev. W. LEASK. Demy

8vo., cloth 6s. THE VOICE OF THE BIBLE TO THE AGE.

A memorial of the Jubilee of the British and Foreign Bible Society. Dedicated by Permission to the Right Hon. the EARL OF SHAFTESBURY. By the Rev. ALFRED New, Leamington. Fcap.

8vo., price 3s. cloth. EXPLANATORY NOTES AND COMMENTS ON

THE NEW TESTAMENT. By Edward Ash, M.D. 3 vols., Crown 8vo., cloth, 21s.

"A very solid and meritorious production, with the rare merit of saying much in the least possible compass. We decidedly prefer it to Barnes on the same important department of Revelation."- United Presbyterian Mag.

BOOTIROYD'S BIBLE. THE HOLY BIBLE; now Translated from Cor

rected Texts of the Original Tongues, and with former Translations diligently compared, together with a General Introduction, and Short Explanatory Notes. By B. BOOTH ROYD, D.D. Super

Royal 8vo., cloth, 24s. ISRAEL'S FUTURE. Lectures delivered in the

Lock Chapel, in Lent, 1852. By the Rev. CAPEL MOLYNEUX, B.A., Minister of the Chapel. Second Thousand, Crown 8vo., cloth, 4s. 6d.

AUTHORIZED ABRIDGMENT OF THE HORÆ APOCALYPTICB. CHURCH HISTORY THE KEY TO PROPHECY.

A Series of Lectures for Family, School Room, and General Use. Taken for the most part from the Rev. E. B. ELLIOTT's “ Horæ

Apocalypticæ." Fcap 8vo., cloth, with map, 5s. THE BIBLE: its Elevating Influence on Man. A

series of Six highly finished Wood Engravings. Arranged and Engraved from original designs by GEORGE MEASOM. Price Is.

WORKS PUBLISHED BY PARTRIDGE & OAKEY,

LEILA ADA, THE JEWISH CONVERT. An

Authentic Memoir. By O. W. T. HEIGHWAY. Third Edition,

considerably enlarged. Royal 18mo., cloth, with Portrait, 3s. 6d. A DICTIONARY OF THE GOSPELS, with Map,

Tables, and Lessons, for Bible and Catechumen Classes. By the

Rev. S. Dunn. Fourth edition, improved, Royal 32mo., cloth, 2s. ECCLESIOGRAPHY; or, the Biblical Church

Analytically Delineated, comprehending the Nature of the Church; its Origin and its various Relations; Government in General; the Operation of the Head of the Church, and the Church itself; the Unity and Destiny of the Church; together with an Introduction and a copious Synopsis. By J. G. Manly. Post 8vo., cloth,

79. 6d. GEMS FROM MATTHEW HENRY. Arranged

under the following heads :--The Bible, Charity, Contentment,

&c. Super-royal, 32mo., with Portrait, &c., gilt, 25. VOICES FROM THE GARDEN; or, the Chris

tian Language of Flowers. By S. W. PARTRIDGE. Second Thou

sand, cloth gilt, 25.; paper gilt, ls. AN IDEA OF A CHRISTIAN. By S. W. PAR

TRIDGE. Author of "Voices from the Garden," &o. Demy 8vo.,

paper, ls.; cloth, 1s. 6d. THE FEMALE JESUIT ABROAD: A True and

Romantic Narrative of Real Life; including some account, with
Historical Reminiscences of Bonn and the Middle Rhine. By

CHARLES SEAGER, M.A. Crown 8vo., 7s. 6d.
THE FEMALE JESUIT; or, the Spy in the Family.

A True Narrative of recent Intrigues in a Protestant Household.
By Mrs. S. Luke. Fifth Thousand, Crown 8vo., cloth, with Por-

trait, 7s.6d. A SEQUEL TO THE FEMALE JESUIT; contain

ing her Previous History and recent Discovery. By Mrs. S. LUKE Author of “The Female Jesuit." Third Thousand, Crown 8vo., cloth, with engravings, 5s.

To confirm the truth of these volumes the names are inserted. THE CHRISTIAN'S CASKET : Containing Scrip

tural Cautions for Seasons of Temptation, and Scriptural Comfort

for Times of Trial. 64mo., ls. A MANUAL OF BUDHISM, in its Modern De

velopment: Translated from Singalese MSS. By R. SPENCE HARDY, Author of "Eastern Monachism," &c. Demy 8vo.,

cloth, 12s. THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANTICHRIST.

Ву A. BONAR, Esq., Royal 18mo., cloth, 3s. 6d.

34, Paternoster Row, and 70, Edgware Road.

PARTRIDGE AND OAKEY'S STANDARD PICTORIAL EDITIONS OF

"UNCLE TOY'S CABIN." THE STANDARD ILLUSTRATED EDITION.

Beautifully Printed in Demy 8vo, with Sixteen beautiful Engrayings on Tinted Paper, from Designs by Anelay. With an Introduction by Elihu Burritt. Elegantly bound, full gilt back and

sides. Price 10s. 6d. This edition may also be had complete in Twenty Nos., price 6d. each. PEOPLE'S ILLUSTRATED EDITION. Crown

Superior Paper, with Twelve Wood Engravings from Designs by

Anelay. Cloth, 2s. 6d. PEOPLE'S SHILLING EDITION. Crown 8vo.,

uniform with the People's Edition of Dickens's Works. In neat boards, with Frontispiece, Illustrated Title and Cover, by Anelay.

Order PARTRIDGE AND OAKEY's Unabridged Editions. LANG'S EMIGRANT'S MANUAL; or, a Guide

to Australia and the Gold Regions of New South Wales and Port
Phillip. By JOHN DUNMORE LANG, D.D., recently one of the
Members of the Legislative Council of New South Wales for the
City of Sydney, and formerly a Member for Port Philip. Fcap.

Svo., cloth, 1s. FIRESIDE HARMONY; or, Domestic Recreation in Part Singing. By HELEN S. HERSCHELL. Third edition, Is.

PRIZE ESSAYS ON THE LOCAL MINISTRY. THE LOCAL MINISTRY: its Character, Vocation,

and Position considered. With suggestions for promoting its

more extended usefulness. By J. H. CARR. Post &vo., cloth, 3s. AN ESSAY ON THE LOCAL OR LAY MIN.

ISTRY, as Exercised in the Wesleyan, and other branches of the
Methodist Family. By RICHARD Mills. Post 8vo., cloth, 3s.

These Prize Essays may also be had in Ten Numbers, at 6d. each. THOUGHTS UPON THOUGHT. By the Rev.

Dr. HEWLETT. Fourth Thousand, Fcap. 8vo., cloth, 25. 60. A BRIEF NOTICE OF THE LIFE OF THE

Rev. EDWARD BICKERSTETH. By Sir C. E. EARDLET, Bart.

Second Thousand. Imperial 32mo., paper, 6d., cloth gilt, Is. THE SHADOW OF DEATH, AND THE CREED OF DESPAIR. By C. Smith,

Printer, and M. SPEARS, Ironfounder. With Preface by the Rev. J. JORDAN, B.A., Enstone. (Evangelical Alliance Infidelity Prize Essays by Working Men.) Royal 18mo., cloth, 39.

34, Paternoster Row, and 70, Edgware Road.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]
« ՆախորդըՇարունակել »