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CONTENTS OF No. CXXXI.
ART. I. Geology and Mineralogy considered with reference to Na-
tural Theology. By the Rev. William Buckland, D.D.,
Canon of Christ's Church, and Reader in Geology and
II. Journal of a Residence in Norway during the years 1834,
1835, and 1836; made with a view to Enquire into the
Moral and Political Economy of that Country, and the
III. 1. A Letter to the Right Honourable Viscount Melbourne,
on the Causes of the Recent Derangement in the Money
Market. By Robert Torrens, Esq., F.R.S.
2. The Causes and Consequences of the Pressure upon the
Money Market; with a Statement of the Action of the
Bank of England from the 1st October, 1833, to the 27th
December, 1836. By J. Horsley Palmer, Esq.
3. Reflections suggested by a perusal of the Pamphlet of
Mr Horsley Palmer. By S. J. Loyd, Esq.
4. Reply to the Reflections, &c., of Mr S. J. Loyd. By
5. Observations on the Recent Statement of J. H. Pal-
mer, Esq. By Samson Ricardo, Esq.
6. The Cause of the Present Money Crisis explained; in
Answer to the Pamphlet of Mr Horsley Palmer. By W.
7. A Defence of Joint-Stock Banks. By David Salomons,
IV. Coleccion de obras y documentos relativos a la Historia
Antigua y Moderna de las Provincias Del Rio de la Plata,
ilustrados con notas y disertaciones. Por Pedro de An-
ART. VI. Report of the Proceedings of the Section of the British
Association on the Mechanical Arts, at the Meeting held
VII. 1. An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Mo-
dern Egyptians, written in Egypt during the years 1833,
1834, and 1835; partly from Notes made during a former
Visit to that Country, in the years 1825, 1826, 1827, and
2. Rambles in Egypt and Candia, with Details of the
Military Power and Resources of those Countries; and
Observations on the Government, Policy, and Commer-
cial System of Mohammed Ali. By C. Rochfort Scott,
VIII. 1. Letter from W. R. Hamilton, Esq. to the Earl of
Elgin, on the New Houses of Parliament.
2. Second Letter from W. R. Hamilton, Esq. to the Earl
of Elgin, on the propriety of adopting the Greek style of
Architecture in the construction of the New Houses of
IX. 1. Attila, a Romance. By the Author of the Gipsy, &c.
2. Rookwood, a Romance. By W. Harrison Ainsworth,
XI. Speech of Thomas Wyse, Esq. M.P., in the House of
Commons, on Tuesday May 19, 1835, on moving for
leave to bring in a Bill for the establishment of a Board
of National Education, and the advancement of Element-
ART. I. The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England.
III. 1. Miscellaneous Works and Correspondence of the Rev.
James Bradley, D.D., F.R.S., Astronomer-Royal, Savilian
2. Supplement to Dr Bradley's Miscellaneous Works, with
V. Athens, its Rise and Fall; with Views of the 'Literature,
Philosophy, and Social Life of the Athenian People. By
VI. A Letter to Lord John Russell, M.P., on the Abolition of
Church-Rates, the Cost of Parliamentary Bishops, and the
Appropriation of Cathedral and Episcopal Property. By
VIII. 1. First Report from his Majesty's Commissioners on Crimi-
nal Law. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed,
2. Second Report from his Majesty's Commissioners on Cri-
minal Law. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be
IX. Enquiry into the Circumstances that have occasioned the
present embarrassments in the Trade between Great Britain