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ART. . ---, Memorials and Correspondence of Charles James

Fox. Edited by Lord John Russell. 2 vols. 8vo.

London : 1853.

2. Memoirs of the Court and Cabinets of George the

Third, from original Family Documents. By the

Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, K. G. 2 vols.

8vo. Second edition, revised. London : 1853, .

II. - 1. Annual Report of the Blind School, St. George's

Fields. 1853.

2. Letter to the Rt. Hon. Lord Wharncliffe on the

Phonetic System for the Blind. By J. H. Frere,

Esq. 1843.

3. Annual Report of the Pennsylvanian Institution for

the Instruction of the Blind.

4. Tangible Typography, or for the Blind read. By

E. C. Johnson, Esq. 1858.

5. The Lost Senses. By J. Kitto. 1845.

6. Observations on different Modes of Educating the

Blind. By Rev. W. Taylor, F. R. S. 1853.

7. A History of France for Children. By Lord


8. Des Aveugles. Considérations sur leur Etat Phy-

sique, Moral et Intellectuel. Par P. A. Dufau.

Paris: 1850,

. . 61

III.- 1. A Bill to make better Provision for the Management

of Episcopal and Capitular Estates. (Brought in by

the Marquis of Blandford and Captain Kingscote.)

London : 1853.

2. A Bill to amend the Laws respecting Simony.

(Brought in by Dr. R. Phillimore and Viscount

Goderich.) London : 1853,

. . 94

IV. - First Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire

into and report upon the System of superintending

and executing Public Works in the Madras Pre-

sidency. Submitted to the Right Honourable the

Governor in Council of Fort St. George on the 23rd

December, 1852. Madras : 1852, . . . 130

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V.-1. A Bill for the Promotion of Education in Cities

and Boroughs in England, prepared and brought in

by Lord John Russell and Mr. Secretary-at-War.

Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed

7th April, 1853, .

. .

[And other Works

. 158

VI. – 1. Vanity Fair: a Novel without a Hero. By William

Makepeace Thackeray. London: 1849.

2. The History of Pendennis. By William Makepeace

Thackeray. London : 1849.

3. The History of Henry Esmond, a Colonel in the

Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne. Written by

himself. London: 1853.

4. The English Humourists of the Eighteenth Cen-

tury: a Series of Lectures. By William Makepeace

Thackeray. London: 1853, . . . 196

VII. – 1. Report from the Select Committee on the Office of

Speaker; together with the Proceedings of the

Committee, Minutes of Evidence, &c. Ordered by

the House of Commons to be printed, 12th May,


2. Returns of the Sittings of the House of Commons,

1852-53 : of the Divisions of the House; Public

Bills; Private Bills ; Public Committees; and Elec-

tion Petitions. Ordered by the House of Commons

to be printed, 16th August, 1853.

3. A practical Treatise on the Law, Privileges, Pro-

ceedings, and Usage of Parliament. By Thomas

Erskine May, Esq. Second Edition. London: 1851.

4. The Rules of Proceeding and Debate in Delibe-

rative Assemblies. By Luther S. Cushing. Boston:


. . . . . 243

VIII. — 1. Lettres sur la Turquie, ou Tableau statistique,

religieux, politique, administratif, militaire, commer-

cial de l'Empire Ottoman depuis le Khatti-Cherif de

Gulhani. Par M. A. Ubicini. Paris : 1853.

2. Zustand der Türkei im Jahre der Prophezeihung,

1853. Von Hubert von Boehn, Königlich Preussis-

chem Second-Lieutenant. Berlin : 1853.

3. The Ottoman Empire and its Resources, with Sta-

tistical Tables, &c. By Edward H. Michelsen, Phil.

D. London : 1853.

4. Three Years in Constantinople ; or, Domestic Man-

ners of the Turks in 1844. By Charles White, Esq.

London : 1845,

Note to Art. I., . . . . . . 315

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2. Histoire de la Littérature Française à l'étranger

depuis le Commencement du 17e siècle. Par M.

A. Sayous. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris : 1853.

3. Histoire Philosopnique de l'Académie de Prusse

depuis Leibnitz jusqu'à Schelling, particulièrement

sous Frédéric le Grand. Par M. Chr. Bartholmès.

2 vols. 8vo. Paris : 1851.

4. History of the Protestants of France, from the

Commencement of the Reformation to the present

Time. Translated from the French of G. de

Félice, D. D. 2 vols. 8vo. London: 1853. . 454

IV.- Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence of Thomas

Moore. Edited by the Right Honourable Lord

John Russell, M.P. Vols. I. to VI. 8vo. London :

. . . 494

V.- Report from the Select Committee on the National

Gallery ; together with the Proceedings of the

Committee, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix and

Index. Ordered by the House of Commons to be

printed, 4th August (issued December], 1853. . 526

VI.- 1. Lorenzo Benoni; or Passages in the Life of

an Italian Edinburgh and London : 1853. 1 vol.


2. Castellamonte ; an Autobiographical Sketch illus-

trative of Italian Life during the Insurrection of

1831. 2 vols. post 8vo. London : 1854.. . 557

VII.-1. Copies of the Lord Chancellor's Letters to the

Judges on the Criminal Law Bills of the last Session,

and Copies of their Answers thereto. Ordered to

be printed, 9th February, 1854.

2. A Letter to the Lord Chancellor, containing

Observations on the Answers of the Judges to

the Lord Chancellor's Letter. By Charles Sprengel

Greaves, Esq., Q.C., and James John Lonsdale, Esq.,

Barrister-at-Law (Secretary to the Common Law

Commission). London: W. G. Benning & Co.,


: : . 573

VIII.-1. Statistical Abstract for the United Kingdom

in each Year from 1840 to 1853. Presented to

both Houses of Parliament.

2. Board of Trade Tables for the Years 1842 to

1853. Presented to both Houses of Parliament. . 581

Note to Article V. of No. CCI. . . . 631

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