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BOOKS FOR COUNTRY GENTLEMEN.
THE FORESTER: A Practical Treatise on tlie Planting, Rearing, and General
Management of Forest-Trees. By James Brown, LL.D., Inspector of, and Reporter on, Woods
and Forests, Ontario; Assisted by his Son, George E. Brown, Forester, Cumloden, Newton-
Stewart. Fifth Edition, Enlarged and Improved, royal 8vo, with Engravings, £1, ICs.
CATTLE AND CATTLE-BREEDERS. By William M'Combie, M.P.,
Tillyfour. New and Revised Edition ; with a Memoir of the Author, by James Macdonald,
Editor of 'The Live-Stock Journal.' Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.
A CRITICAL INQUIRY INTO THE SCOTTISH LANGUAGE. With
the View of Illustrating the Rise and Progress of Civilisation in Scotland. By Francisque-
MiCHEL, F.S.A. Lond. and Scot., Corespondant de I'Institut de France, etc. 4to, printed on
hand-made paper, and bound in Roxburghe style, £3, 6s.
RECORDS OF ARGYLL. Collected chiefly from the Gaelic. With Notes on the
K Antiquity of the Dress, Clan Colours or Tartans of the Highlanders. By Lord Archibald
Campbell. With 19 full- page Etchings. 4to, printed on hand-made paper, £3, 3s.
THE LARCH : A Practical Treatise on its Culture and General Management. By
Christopher Young Michie, Forester, Cullen House. New and Cheaper Edition; with
additional chapter on the Larch Disease. Illustrations of Remarkable Trees. Crown 8vo, 5s.
THE BOOK OF THE FARM. Detailing the Labours of the Farmer, Farm-
Steward, Ploughman, Shepherd, Hedger, Farm-Labourer, Field Worker, and Cattleman. By
Henry Stephens, F.R.S.E. Illustrated with Portraits of Animals, painted from the life,
engraved on steel, and 557 Engravings on wood. Third Edition, 2 vols., half-bound, £2, 10s.
SELECT REMAINS OF THE ANCIENT POPULAR AND ROMANCE
POETRY OF SCOTLAND. Originally Collected and Edited by David Laing, LL.D.
Re-edited, with Memorial-Introduction, by John Small, M.A. With a Portrait of Dr. Laing.
4to, £1, 6s.
BURTON'S HISTORY OF SCOTLAND: From Agricola's Invasion to the
Extinction of the last Jacoteite Insurrection. New Edition, Revised, 8 vols, and Index, crown
8vo, £3, 3s.
COJIPLETION OF THE CABINET EDITION OF
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE AND "WORKS. Printed from a New and Legible
Type. Complete in 24 vols., crown 8vo, £6. The Vols, may he had separately, 5s. each.
MANUAL OF THE LAW OF SCOTLAND, as to the Relations between
Agricultural Tenants and their Landlords, Servants, Merchants, and Bowers. By W. Duns-
more, Advocate. 8vo, 7s. 6d.
SPORT IN THE HIGHLANDS AND LOWLANDS OF SCOTLAND
WITH ROD AND GUN. By T. Speedy. With Illustrations. 8vo, 15s.
HISTORY OF POLLED ABERDEEN OR ANGUS CATTLE. Giving
an Account of the Origin, Improvement, and Characteristics of the Breed. By James Mac-
donald. Author of 'Food from the Far West,' etc.; and James Sinclair. Illustrated with
numerous Animal Portraits. Post 8vo, 12s. 6d.
PRINGLE'S LIVE-STOCK OF THE FARM. New Edition. Revised by
James Macdonald, Editor of the 'Live-Stock Journal,' etc. Crown 8vo.
THE SECRETARY FOR SCOTLAND. Being a Statement of the Powers and
Duties of the New Scottish Office. With a Short Historical Introduction, and numerous
References to Important Administrative Documents. By W. C. Smith, LL.B. 8vo, 6s.
THE ONE VOLUME ENGLISH DICTIONARY.
DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, Etymological and
Pronouncing, embracing Scientifio and other Terms, numerous Familiar Expressions, and a
copious Selection of Old English Words. By the Rev. James Stormonth. The Pronunciation
carefully Revised by the Rev. P. H. Phelp, M.A. Cantab. Royal 8vo, handsomely bound in
half morocco, £1, lis. 6d.
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & SONS, EDINBURGH AND LONDON.
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