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NEW YORK:
PUBLISHED BY JEMIMA M. MASON,

(LATE LEWER)

CORNER OF BROADWAY AND PINE STREET.

1840.

Harvard College Library

Gift of Miss Longfellow, Mrs. Den

erd Mrs, Thorp.

19 Nov. 1894.

CONTENTS OF NO, CXXIX.

ART.

1.- The Printer

Printing in the Fifteenth and in the Nineteenth Centuries

1

II.-Journaux des Sièges faits ou soutenus par les Français dans la Péninsule de

1807 à 1814; rédigés d'après les ordres du Gouvernement, sur les Docu-

ments existant aux Archives de la Guerre et au dépôt des Fortifications.

Par J. Belmas, Chef de Bataillon du Génie .

18

III.-England under the Reigns of Edward VI. and Mary, illustrated in a series

of Original Letters never before printed. With Historical Introductions,

and Biographical and Critical Notes. By Patrick Fraser Tytler, Esq.

30

IV.-Mémoires d'un Touriste

43

V.— The State in its Relations with the Church. By W. E. Gladstone, Esq.M. P. 54

VI.-Ernest, or Political Regeneration ; a Poem

87

VII.-1. Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of H.M.S. Adventure and Beagle,

between the Years 1826 and 1836, describing their Examination of the
Southern Shores of South America, and the Beagle's Circumnavigation

of the Globe. By Capt. Philip Parker King, and Capt. Robert Fitz-Roy.

2. Journal of Researches into the Geology and Natural History of the vari.

ous Countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle, from 1832 to 1836. By Charles

Darwin, Esq.

106

VIII.-1. Austria and the Austrians.

2. Hungary and Transylvania, with Remarks on their Condition, Social, Po.

litical, and Economical. By John Paget, Esq.

3. Austria. By Peter Evan Turnbull, Esq.

4. Germany, Bohemia, and Hungary, visited in 1837. By the Rev. G. R.

Gleig, A. M.

5. Vienna and the Austrians, with some Account of a Journey through Swa-

bia, Bavaria, the Tyrol, and the Salzbourg. By Frances Trollope 126

IX.-1. On the present unsettled Condition of the Law, and its Administration.

By John Miller, Esq.

2. Substance of a Speech by Henry Lord Langdale, in the House of Lords,

on the Second Reading of a Bill for the better Administration of Justice

in the Court of Chancery.

3. Letter to Viscount Melbourne on the Court of Chancery, and the appellate

Jurisdiction of the House of Lords. By A. H. Lynch, Esq., M. P.

4. Suggestions for a Reform of the Proceedings in Chancery. By W. A.

Garratt, M. A. Barrister.

5. On the Unsatisfactory State of the Court of Chancery. By G. Spence, Esq.

6. First Address to the Public on the Court of Chancery. By the Same.

7. Second Address

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Art. I.-Medical Notes and Reflections. By Henry Holland, M. D., Physi.

cian Extraordinary to the Queen.

II.-Introduction to the Literature of Europe, &c. By Henry Hallam,

Esq. Vols. II. III. IV.

III.-1. Catlin's Indian Gallery, containing Portraits, Landscapes, Cos-

tumes, &c., and Representations of the Manners and Customs of

the North American Indians.
2. A Report to the Secretary of War of the United States, compris-

ing a Narrative of a Tour performed in 1820, under a Commis-
sion from the President, for the purpose of ascertaining the actual

state of the Indian Tribes. By the Rev. Jedediah Morse, D.D.

3. Life of Thayendanegea. By William L. Stone .

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