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LONGMAN, GREEN, LONGMAN, AND ROBERTS, LONDON;
ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK,
Arr. I. – 1. Lights and Shadows of Church Life in Australia,
including Thoughts on some Things at Home. By
T. Binney. London : 1860.
2. The Speech of Lord Ebury in the House of Lords,
8th May, 1860, on the Revision of the Liturgy. 2nd
thousand. London : 1860.
3. Liturgical Purity our Rightful Inheritance. By
J. C. Fisher, M.A., of the Middle Temple. 2nd
edition. London: 1860.
4. The Liturgy and the Dissenters. By the Rev.
Isaac Taylor, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge,
Curate of Trotterscliffe. 3rd edition. London: 1860, 1
[And other Works.]
II. — 1. Correspondence with Her Majesty's Envoy Extra-
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in Japan.
Presented to both Họtusel of Parliament, by com-
mand of Her Majesty. 1860.
2. First Elements of Japanese Grammar for the Use
of Beginners ; with an Introductory Chapter on the
Construction of the Language. By Rutherford Al-
cock, Esq., C.B., Her Majesty's Envoy Extraor-
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Yeddo.
London : 1861,
III. - Construction of the Victoria Bridge at Montreal in
Canada, elaborately Illustrated by Views, Plans,
Elevations, and Details of the Bridge, together with
Designs of the Machinery and Contrivances used in
the Construction, with a Descriptive Text. Dedi-
cated to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales,
and presented to His Royal Highness on the Open-
ing of the Bridge, August 25th, 1860. By James
Hodges, Engineer to the Contractors. Imp. folio,
London : 1860,
IV.- 1. Political Ballads of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth
Centuries, annotated. By W. Walker Wilkins. 2
vols. London: 1860.
2. The Jacobite Songs and Ballads of Scotland, from
1688 to 1746 : with an Appendix of Modern Jaco-
bite Songs. Edited by Charles Mackay, LL.D.
V.-1. Correspondence respecting the establishment of
Telegraphic Communication in the Mediterranean
and with India. Presented to the House of Com-
mons by Command. 1858, 1859, 1860.
2. Report of Committee on Packet and Telegraphic
VI. - Autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Alexander Carlyle,
Minister of Inveresk; containing Memorials of the
Men and Events of his Times. 8vo. Edinburgh
and London : 1860,
VII. - History of the United Netherlands, from the Death
of William the Silent to the Synod of Dort, with a
full view of the English-Dutch struggle against
Spain, and of the origin and destruction of the
Spanish Armada. By John Lothrop Motley, D.C.L.
2 vols. 8vo. London: 1860,
VIII. – 1. The Glaciers of the Alps ; being a Narrative of
Excursions and Ascents, an Account of the Origin
and Phenomena of Glaciers, and an Exposition of
the Physical Principles to which they are related.
By John Tyndall, F.R.S. London: 1860.
2. Occasional Papers on the Theory of Glaciers, now
first collected and chronologically arranged: with a
Prefatory Note on the recent Progress and present
Aspect of the Theory. By James D. Forbes, D.C.L.,
F.R.S. Edinburgh : 1859.
3. Reply to Professor Tyndall's Remarks in his work
On the Glaciers of the Alps,' relating to Rendu's
Theory of Glaciers. By James D. Forbes, D.C.L.
Edinburgh : 1860.
4. Théorie des Glaciers de la Savoie. Par M. le
Chanoine Rendu, &c. Chambéry : 1840.
5. Peaks, Passes, and Glaciers. A Series of Excur-
sions by Members of the Alpine Club. Edited by
John Ball, M.R.I.A., F.L.S. London : 1859, 221
IX.-1. L'Unité Nationale de l'Italie. Par Emmanuel
Marliani, Député. Turin: 1860.
2. Nota del Ministro dell'Interno sull' ordinamento
administrativo e finanziario del Regno. Torino :
X. — Admiralty Administration ; its Faults and its De-
faults. London : 1861, ·
Note on Mr. Fergusson's Theory of the Site of the
Church of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem, 307
CONTENTS OF No. 230.
ART. I. – The Personal History of Lord Bacon. From unpub-
lished MSS. By Wm. Hepworth Dixon. London:
II. - Historia de la Republica d'Andorra. (Published
under the joint authority of the Spanish Government
and the Government of the Republic of Andorre.)
1 vol. 8vo. Barcelona : 1845,
III. - 1. The Journal and Correspondence of William Lord
Auckland : with a Preface and Introduction. By
the Right Honourable and Right Reverend the
Bishop of Bath and Wells. 2 vols.
2. The Diary and Correspondence of Charles Abbot,
Lord Colchester, Speaker of the House of Commons,
1802–1817. Edited by his son, Charles Lord Col.
chester. 3 vols.
IV. -1. Some Account of the Foundation of Eton College,
and of the Past and Present Condition of the School.
By E. S. Creasy, M.A., Professor of History in Uni-
versity College, London, London : 1848.
2. Public School Education. A Lecture delivered at
Tiverton, by the Right Honorable Sir John J. Cole-
3. Eton Reform. By William Johnson. London :
V. - 1. Euvres et Correspondance inédites d'Alexis de
Tocqueville, publiées et précédées d'une Notice par
Gustave de Beaumont, Membre de l'Institut. 2
tomes. Paris : 1860.
2. Discours de réception à l'Académie Française par
le R: P. H. D. Lacordaire, des Frères Prêcheurs, le
24 Janvier, 1861. Paris.
3. Discours de M. Guizot, Directeur de l'Académie
Française, en réponse au Discours prononcé par M.
Lacordaire pour sa réception à l'Académie Française.
Paris : 1861,