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I.—Correspondence of'Charles, First Marquis Cornwaliis.

Edited, with Notes, by Charles Ross, Esq. 3 vols.

London. 1858 --.-.--1

II.—The Works of William Shakespeare. The Text revised

by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. In 6 vols. 8vo. Lon-

don. 1858 45

III.—Report from the Select Committee on Consular Service and

Appointments, together with the Proceedings of the

Committee and Minutes of Evidence. London. 1858 74

IV.—Recollections of the last Four Popes, and of Rome in

their Times. By H. E. Cardinal Wiseman. London.

1858 92

V.—Publications Op The Honourable The Commis-

Sioners Of Patents, published at the Great Seal

Patent Office, 1852, 1853, 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857,

1858 :—

a. Specifications describing the Inventions for which

Letters Patent have been granted from the reign of

James I. down to that of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.

b. Chronological, Alphabetical, Subject Matter, and Re-

ference Indices to Letters Patent and Specifications.

c. Abridgments of Specifications, arranged Chronologically

according to the subject matter of the Inventions, with

separate Indices.

d. The Commissioners of Patents'Journal, published twice

a week.

e. Annual Reports of the Commissioners of Patents - 136

VI.—1. Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into

the Regulations affecting the Sanitary Condition of the

Army, the Organization of Military Hospitals, and

the Treatment of the Sick and Wounded; with Evi-

dence and Appendix. London. 1857.

2. The Formation, Discipline, and Economy of Armies.

By Robert Jackson, M.D., Inspector-General of Army

Hospitals. London. 1845.

3. The Influence of Tropical Climates on European Con-

stitutions, including Practical Observations on the

Nature and Treatment of the Diseases of Europeans

on their return from Tropical Climates. By James

Ranald Martin, F.R.S. London. 1856.

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4. The British Army in India: its Preservation by an

appropriate Clothing, Housing, Locating, Recreative

Employment, and Hopeful Encouragement of the

Troops; with an Appendix on India. By Julius

Jeffreys, F.R.S. London. 1858.

5. The Art of Travel, or Shifts and Contrivances avail-

able in Wild Countries. By Francis Galton, F.R.G.S.

, London. 1856 155

VII.—Bos well's Life of Johnson: including their Tour to the

Hebrides. By the Right Honourable John Wilson

Croker, LL.D, F.R.S. A new Edition, thoroughly

Revised, with much additional Matter. With Por-

traits. 1 vol. royal 8vo. London. 1847 - - 176

VIII.—1. The English Bread-Book for Domestic Use, adapted

to Families of every Grade, <fec.; with Notices of the

present System of Adulteration and its consequences,

Ac. By Eliza Acton, Author of 'Modern Cookery.'

London. 1857.

2. Rapport sur le Procecle' de Panification de M. Mege

Mouries. Par MM. Chevreul, Dumas, Payen,

Peloun, et Peligot. Comptes Rendus de 1'Academic

des Sciences. Paris. Janvier, 1857.

3. On some Points in the Composition of the Wheat-

Grain, its Products in the Mill, and Bread. By J. B.

Lawes, F.R.S., &c, and J. H. Gilbert, Ph. D., &c.

London. 1857.

4. Pharmaceutical Journal. Articles on Alum in Bread.

London. May, 1857.

5. Report of the Medical Officers of Health for the Dis-

trict of Holborn. March 16, 1857.

6. Geographie Botanique Raisonnee. Par. M. Adolp.

Decandolle. Paris. 1855.

7. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England.

London. 1854.

8. Annales des Sciences Naturelles. 4me Serie. Paris.

1854-6.

9. Micrographic Dictionary. By Dr. J. W. Griffiths

and Professor Henfrey. Articles 'Yeast,' 'Vinegar

Plant,' * Fermentation.' London. 1856 - - 233

IX.—1. A Letter to Mr. Bright on his Plan for turning the

English Monarchy into a Democracy. From Henry

Drummond. London. 1858.

2. Parliamentary Government considered with reference

to a Reform of Parliament. An Essay. By Earl

Grey. London. 1858 255

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I.—History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, called Frederick the

Great. By Thomas Carlyle. Second Edition. 1858. 275

II.—I. The Ballads of Scotland. By William Edmondstoune

Aytoun, D.C.L. 1858.

2. The Modern Scottish Minstrel. By Charles Rogers,

LL.D. 1856.

3. Scottish Ballads and Songs. By James Maidment.

1859 - - - - 305

III.—1. Report of the National Gallery Site Commission pre-

sented to both Houses of Parliament. 1857.

2. Catalogues of the Pictures in the National Gallery,

with Biographical Notices of the deceased Painters

(Foreign and English Schools). By Ralph N. Wor-

num; revised by Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, P.R.A.

1858.

3. Copy of a Report of the Keeper of the Department of

Antiquities to the Trustees of the British Museum re-

specting the want of accommodation for that depart-

ment, dated 7th July, 1858. Presented to the House

of Commons.

4. Copy of Communications made by the Officers and

Architect of the British Museum to the Trustees re-

specting want of Space, &c. Presented to the House

of Commons March, 1859 - 341

IV.—1. Aegypten's Stelle in der "Weltgesehichte—Geschicht-

liche Untersuchung in fiinf Biichern. Von Christian

Carl Josias Bunsen. Vols. I.—V, Hamburg and

Gotha. 1844-1857.

2. Egypt's Place in Universal History—An Historical

Investigation, in five books. By Christian C. J.

Bunsen. Translated from the German by Charles H.

Cotterell. Vols. I.—III. London. 1848 — 1859.

3. An Account of some recent Researches near Cairo,

undertaken with the view of throwing light upon the

Geological History of the Alluvial Land of Egypt.

Instituted by Leonard Horner, Esq. From the Philo-

sophical Transactions. Parts I. and II. London.

1855 and 1858 382

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