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Advertisement for The Englishman's Magazine  (1865) 
This advertisement appeared in Post-Mediæval Preachers in 1865.


Publishing Monthly, price 1s.


The Englishman’s Magazine


OF


LITERATURE, RELIGION, SCIENCE, AND ART.




Contents of No. 4, for April, 1865.

1. Professor Kingsley.

2. “Art Thou a King then?”

3. The Two Sisters of St. Clare.

4. Life’s Equipage. By the Author of “The Gentle Life.” II. On a Wedding-Ring.

5. On the Earth as a Habitation. By Professor D. T. Ansted, M.A., F.R.S. II. Temperature.

6. Inspiration.

7. John Leech.

8. The Obsolete Phraseology of Shakespeare. By C. Mansfield Ingleby, LL.D.

9. Some Memorials of Westminster Abbey. By the Author of “Memorials of Westminster.” Introductory.

10. Three Years in the Inquisition at Lisbon in the XIX Century. In Three Parts. II. The Imprisonment.

11. “With the Wild Beasts.”

12. Things New and Old. By the Editor. The Lord’s Prayer. Part II.




RIVINGTONS,
LONDON, OXFORD, AND CAMBRIDGE.
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