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APRIL, 1838 . . . JULY, 1838.
PRINTED BY BALLANTYNE AND COMPANY,
FOR LONGMAN, Orme, brown, green, & Longman, LONDON ;
CONTENTS OF No. CXXXV.
ART. I. Diary illustrative of the times of George the Fourth, inter-
spersed with original Letters from the late Queen Caro-
line, and from various other distinguished Persons.
II. The Mechanical Euclid, containing the Elements of Me-
chanics and Hydrostatics demonstrated after the manner
of the Elements of Geometry; and including the proposi-
tions fixed upon by the University of Cambridge as requisite
for the degree of B.A. To which are added, Remarks on
Mathematical Reasoning, and on the Logic of Induction.
By the Rev. William Whewell, M.A., Fellow and Tutor
of Trinity College, Cambridge. 8vo. 1837. Cambridge, 81
III. A Reading on the Use of Torture in the Criminal Law of
England, previously to the Commonwealth: Delivered
at New Inn Hall in Michaelmas Term, 1836. By David
Jardine, Esq. Barrister at Law. 8vo. London: 1837, 103
IV. 1. Turkey, Greece, and Malta. By Adolphus Slade,
Esq., R.N. 2 vols. 8vo. London: 1837.
2. The Russian Fleet in the Baltic in 1836. By H. W.
Crawfurd, Esq. R.N. 8vo. London: 1837.
3. Answer to the Above. 8vo. London: 1837.
4. Travels in Circassia. By Edmund Spencer, Esq. 2
V. Life of William Wilberforce. By his Sons, Robert Isaac
Wilberforce, M.A., Vicar of East Farlough, late Fellow
of Oriel College; and Samuel Wilberforce, M.A., Rector
of Brighstone. 5 vols. 8vo. London : 1838.
VI. Retrospect of Western Travel. By Harriet Martineau.