Mr. Edward Arnold's New and Popular Books, December, 1901


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MEMORIALS OF THE VERY REV. W.C. LAKE, D.D.,

DEAN OF DURHAM, 1869-1894.

Edited by his Widow, KATHARINE LAKE.

One volume, 8vo., with Photogravure Portrait, 16s.


At the time of his death in 1897, the late Dean of Durham was engaged
upon his Reminiscences, but they were unfortunately left in a very
fragmentary and incomplete condition. Mrs. Lake has, however, put the
MSS. in order, with the co-operation of Canon Rawlinson, of Canterbury,
and supplemented it with such additional materials as were in her
possession, including a selection from the Dean's full and varied
correspondence.

Dean Lake was a Fellow and Tutor of Balliol during the height of the
Oxford Movement, and was afterwards a member of the famous Royal
Commission on Education, which may be said to have laid the foundation
for all subsequent legislation on the subject. He was on intimate terms
with the leading men in the English Church during an eventful period of
its history, but, though a strong Churchman, he was a thorough man of
the world, of broad views and wide culture. Mrs. Lake has been permitted
to publish letters to her husband from his numerous friends, including
Arch-bishop Tait, Dean Church, Dean Stanley, Mr. Gladstone, Canon
Liddon, Dr. Pusey, Lord Halifax, and others--letters that not only add
considerably to our knowledge of those distinguished characters, but
contain many valuable comments upon large questions of permanent
interest.

* * * * *


WITH RIMINGTON.

By L. MARCH PHILLIPPS,
LATELY CAPTAIN IN RIMINGTON'S GUIDES.

Demy 8vo., cloth, 7s. 6d.

* * * * *

NEW EDITION.

BALLADS OF THE FLEET.

By SIR RENNELL RODD, K.C.M.G.
NEW AND CHEAPER EDITION, WITH ADDITIONAL POEMS.

Crown 8vo., cloth, 2s. 6d.

* * * * *


LIVES OF HOLY MEN.

MONSIEUR VINCENT.

A SKETCH OF A CHRISTIAN SOCIAL REFORMER OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.

By JAMES ADDERLEY,
AUTHOR OF 'FRANCIS, THE LITTLE POOR MAN OF ASSISI,' 'STEPHEN REMARX,' ETC.

Small crown 8vo., elegantly bound, with devotional Portrait, 3s. 6d.


This little life of St. Vincent de Paul does not aim at supplanting
larger biographies, but it contains enough to make the reader feel that
to know nothing of St. Vincent would be a serious loss to anyone who
desires a knowledge of the History of the Church and her advance towards
the solution of social problems.

* * * * *


HUGH OF LINCOLN.

By CHARLES MARSON,
VICAR OF HAMBRIDGE, TAUNTON.

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