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8vo., Cloth, 58., HONE'S
APOCRYPHAL NEW TESTAMENT,
BEING ALL THE GOSPELS, EPISTLES, AND OTHER PIECES
NOW EXTANT, Attributed in the first four centuries to Jesus Christ, his Apostles, and their companions, and not included in the New Testament by
its compilers. Translated from the Original Tongues, and now first colleeted
into one volume.
8vo., Cloth, 58.,
Describing expressly the English Miracle Plays, founded on the Apocryphal New Testament Story, extant among the unpublished Manuscripts in the British Museum, including Notices of Ecclesiastical Shows—the Festivals of Fools and Asses—the English Boy Bishop—the Descent into Hell—the Lord Mayor's Show—the Guild.
hall Giants-Christmas Carols, &c.
BY WILLIAM HONE. “Is it possible the spell of Apocrypha should juggle men into such strange mysteries?”_SHAXSPERE.
WILLIAM HONE'S THREE TRIALS FOR PUBLISHING THREE
PARODIES; Viz., The late John Wilke's Catechism, The Political Litany, and the Sinecurist's Creed ; to which is added the Trial by Jury.
Thrice the brindled cat hath mew'd.--SHAKSPERE.
Crown 8vo., Cloth, with Portrait, 6s., THE POETICAL WORKS
OF ROBERT HERRICK; CONTAINING HIS “HESPERIDES” & “NOBLE NUMBERS," With a Biographical Memoir, by E. WALFORD, Esq., Scholar
of Baliol College, Oxford. “Robert Herrick can only be appreciated by a classical scholar, he is probably exceeded by no English poet, with the exception of Milton.”—TIMES.
“ The most joyous and gladsome of the bards."-CRITIC.
“ The general character of the pieces included in the 'Hesperides' is amorous, aud the style often assumes an anacreontic colouring."-LEADER.
“ His productions are quaint, ingenious, characteristic of the age."-NEW QUARTERLY.
“A perfect and handsome edition of our sweetest lyric poets was much wanted, and here we have it.”-ADVERTISER. LONDON: REEVES AND TURNER, TEMPLE BAR.