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W. J. CLEAVER’S CATALOGUE,
BAKER STREET, PORTMAN SQUARE.
A TRIBUTE TO HYDROPATHY. Just published in 1 vol. 16mo. Price 1s. cloth, gilt edges, A TRIBUTE TO HYDROPATHY, being a Guide
to that system, shewing, by cases, the beneficial effects of its use when judiciously applied. By J. E. EARDLEY WILMOT, Esq. (Barrister-at-law.)
“This is a little work by a barrister, a scholar, and a gentleman, and gives a most graphic and interesting account of a complete cure effected upon the writer's own proper person by the Hydropathic System, and we are therefore prepared to believe that a vast number of cases might be advantageously treated by what is called the Cold-water Cure."-Church Intelligencer, 12th July, 1843.
“ We have this week two publications before us on the subject of Hydropathy, the one a tribute in its favour by J. E. EARDLEY WILMOT, Esq., who became a Patient at Stansted Bury, in Hertfordshire, and who describes the whole prucess of the Establishment in & clear and satisfactory manner, while he adduces instances, himself among the number, in which the most miraculous cures have been effected, when all the usual medical appliances had failed; it is published at the trifling charge of One Shilling, at CLEAVER's, in Baker Street."-Bell's Life, 23rd July, 1843.
Now publishing in Numbers.
THE CYMRY, or the Ancient British Church, --its History,
of the Institut d'Afrique of Paris.
information will be given: The Introduction of Christianity- The National Establishment of the Church-Dioceses and ParishesThe Foundation and Endowment of Churches—Sanctuaries· Monasteries, Apostolical Succession-Councils-Heresies-Persecutions – Martyrs-Saints – Liturgy - Fasts and FestivalsMarriages and Divorces — Burials Oaths - Intercourse with Foreign Churches—Independence of Rome. No. 1. Bardism
2. Introduction of Christianity
8 6. Defenders of the Faith
LETTERS TO MY CHILDREN ON CHURCH SUBJECTS. Vol. 1, cloth, boards, now ready.
Third edition of
A Series of Lecture Sermons, preached during Lent. By the
rately, price 8d. SERMONS ON MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS,
with Introductions, Notes, &c. 2 vols. demy 12mo. price 14s.
boards ; or separately, vol. 1, 6s. 6d. vol. 2, 7s. 6d. A GUIDE TO THE HOLY EUCHARIST, form
ing in the second volume a Companion to the Altar, 2 vols.
18mo. 8s. cloth. THREE SERMONS, explaining the New Marriage
Act, with regard to Churchmen and Dissenters. 12mo. “IF ANY PROVIDE NOT FOR HIS OWN.”
A Sermon preached in All Souls Church, St. Marylebone, on Sunday, the 22d of March, 1840. Price 6d.
BIRD'S LENT LECTURES, (SECOND EDITION.)
In foolscap 8vo. price 3s. 6d. cloth, a Second Edition of TWELVE LECTURES ON THE CHURCH
CATECHISM, by the Rev. CHARLES SMITH BIRD, M.A. late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. “ This little work, which has reached a second edition, should be read by all who regard religion as the sole means by which we can ultimately arrive at a happy future state. The reverend author, in these lectures, has for his object the elucidation of the Church Catechism. He places vividly before the eye of the reader the necessity of a strict observance of those principles inculcated by Scripture, and elucidates the subject on which he touches with a clearness well adapted to the younger branches of the community. Clergymen equally interested with their flocks as the author of this little work, are much wanted at present."—Court Gazette 3rd June, 1843.
CHERRY'S FASTS AND FESTIVALS. CHERRY'S ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE FASTS
AND FESTIVALS : a Course of Lectures delivered in the Parish Church of Burgfield, Berks, by the Rev. HENRY CURTIS CHERRY, M.A. Rector, Domestic Chaplain to the Right Hon. Lord de Saumarez. Vol. I. foolscap 8vo. boards, 4s. 6d. “We boldly recommend these lectures."-Christian Remembrancer.
Vol. II. preparing for the Press.
* It is the armoury of light;
You'll find it yields
More swords and shields
Crashaw's Verses on a Prayer Book.
PRAYER BOOK A SAFE GUIDE.
Debout Churchman's Way
FAITH AND PRACTICE.
DELIVERED AT ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, CHELTENHAM,
DURING LENT 1843.
REV. ALEXANDER WATSON, M.A.
CURATE OF THE CHURCH.
W. B. HILL, & H. DAVIES, CHELTENHAM.