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J. VENDERSOX, 18, BANNER SQUARI.
MONTHLY REVIEW FOR MAY.
Vol. II. (1837) No. I.
Art. 1.-Transportation and Colonization; or, the Causes of the
Comparative Failure of the Transportation System in
the Australian Colonies : with Suggestions for Ensuring
its Future Efficiency in Subserviency to Extensive
Colonization. By John Dunmore Laing, D. D., Prin-
cipal of the Australian College, and Senior Minister of
the Church of Scotland in New South Wales.
II.-Letters from the South. By Thomas Campbell, Esq.
Author of " The Pleasures of Hope.".
III.-1. Modern India ; with Illustrations of the Resources and
Capabilities of Hindustan. By Henry H. Spry. M. D.
2. Reports and Documents connected with the Proceed.
ings of the East India Company in regard to the Cul-
ture and Manufacture of Cotton-Wool, Raw Silk, and
Indigo, in India..
IV.-Austria and the Austrians..
V.-Travels in Crete. By Robert Pashley, Esq.
VI.-Strictures on the proposed Poor Law for Ireland, as re-
commended in the Report of George Nicholls, Esq... 54
VII.—The West Indies: the Natural and Physical History of
the Windward and Leeward Colonies, &c. By Sir
Andrew Halliday, K. H., M. D., &c.
VIII.- Memoirs of the Life and Works of the late Right Hon.
Sir John Sinclair, Bart. By his Son, the Rev. John
Sinclair, M. A., &c. &c.
IX.—The Chace, the Turf, and the Road. By Nimrod... 82
X.-Rise and Progress of the British Power in India. By
Peter Auber, M. R. A. S., Late Secretary to the Hon.
Court of Directors of the East-India Company..
XI.-1. Posthumous Memoirs of a Peeress; or, the Days of
Fox. Edited by Lady C. Bury.
2. The Clockmaker ; or, the Sayings and Doings of
Samuel Slick of Slickville.
3. Piso and the Præfect; or, the Ancients off their Stilts.
4. The Victims of Society. By the Countess of Bles-
XII.-General History of Civilization in Europe, from the Fall
of the Roman Empire to the French Revolution. Trans-
lated from the French of M. Guizot.
XIII.-England under Seven Administrations. By Albany
XIV.-1. The Star of Seville; a Drama, in Five Acts. By Mrs.
Butler, (late Miss Kemble).
2. Cosmo de' Medici ; An Historical Tragedy. By R.
H. Horne; Author of the “ Exposition of the False
XV.—Poems, Original and Translated. By Ch. Percy Wyatt,
XVI.-Sermons, Preached at the British Episcopal Church, Rot-
terdam. By the Rev. C. R. Muston, M.A., Author of
Recognition in the World to Come.".
XVII.-Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Vol. 2.. 149
XVIII.-State and Prospects of British Agriculture; being a Com-
pendium of the Evidence given before a Committee of
the House of Commons appointed in 1835 to Inquire
into Agricultural Distress ; with a few Introductory
Observations. By a Member of Parliament... 151
XIX.-- An Introductory Lecture, Delivered before the University
of Dublin, in Hilary Term, 1837. By Isaac Butt,
L.L. B. Archbishop Whateley's Professor of Political
XX.–Arithmetic Illustrated by Wood-cuts; by which System,
the Principles of Calculation may be acquired as an
Amusement. Invented and Arranged by Arthur Parsey. 152
XXI.—The Little Villagers' Verse-Book; consisting of Short
Verses for Children to Learn by Heart. By the Rev.
W. L. Bowles....
MONTHLY REVIEW FOR JUNE.
Vol. II. (1837) No. II.
Art. 1.-1. The Chronicles of Rabbi Ben Joshua Ben Meir, the
Sphardi. Translated from the Hebrew, by C. H. F.
2. Joseph and Benjamin : a Series of Letters on the Con-
troversy between Jews and Christians. By Joseph
Samuel C. F. Frey.
3. The Jewish Intelligencer. A Monthly Publication.
Vol. I. By J. S. C. F. Frey...
II.-Excursions through the Highlands and Isles of Scotland,
in 1835 and 1836. By the Rev. C. Lesingham Smith,
M.A. Fellow, and late Mathemtical Lecturer, of
Christ's College, Cambridge...
III.-Athens-ils Rise and Fall; with Views of the Literature,
Philosophy, and Social Life of the Athenian People.
By Edward Lytton Bulwer, Esq. M.P. A.M..
IV.—Evenings with Prince Cambacérès, Second Consul, Arch-
Chancellor of the Empire, Duke of Parma, &c. &c. By
V.- Issues of the Exchequer; being a Collection of Payments
made out of His Majesty's Revenue, from King Henry
III. to King Henry VI. Inclusive. By Frederick Devon. 202
VI.-Col. Crockett's Exploits and Adventures in Texas.
Written by Himself.
VII.-Society in America. By Harriet Martineau, Author of
“ Illustrations of Political Economy.”
VIII.-Sketches in the Pyrenees. By the Author of “Slight
Reminiscences of the Rhine," and the “ Gossips's
IX.--Three Voyages in the Black Sea to the Coast of Circas-
sia : including Descriptions of the Ports, and the lm-
portance of their Trade : with Sketches of their Man-
ners, Customs, Religion, &c. &c. By the Chev. Tait-
bout de Marignay, Consul of his Majesty the King of
the Netherlands at Odessa. ...
X.-1. Adventures of Captain Bonneville; or, Scenes in the
Rocky Mountains of the Far West. By Washington
Irving, Esq., Author of “ The Sketch Book,” &c.
2. History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with
Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal
Chiefs. By Thomas L. M*Kenney, late of the Indian
Department, Washington; and James Hall, Esq., of
XI.-1. A History of England, from the First Invasion of the
Romans. By John Lingard, D.D.
2. History of England, from the Peace of Utrecht, to the
Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle. By Lord Mahon..
XII.-First Impressions and Studies from Nature in Hindostan;
embracing an outline of a Voyage to Calcutta. By
H. Bacon, Lieut, of the Bengal Horse Artillery. 295
XIII.—The Curate of Steinhollt. A Tale of Iceland.
XIV.—The Great Metropolis. Second Series. By the Author of
* Random Recollections of the House of Lords and the
House of Commons."
XV.-Colonial Policy of the British Empire. Part I. By the
Author of the “ History of the British Colonies,” &c. 300
XVI.-Sequel to Sematology ; being an Attempt to clear the
Way for the Regeneration of Metaphysics ; comprising
Strictures on Platonism, Materialism, Scotch Intellec-
tual Philosophy, and Phrenology; Brougham's Addi-
tions to Paley; Logic at Oxford, and in the Edinburgh
Review, &c. By the Author of “ An Outline of Sema-
tology, or an Essay towards establishing a new Theory
of Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric”.
XVII.-The Spirit of Despotism. By Vicessimus Knox, D.D. 302
XVIII.-The Picaroon. By the Author of “Makanna".
XIX.-Goldsmith's History of England, with Numerous Original
Notes, and a Continuation to 1836. By E. Belchambers. 303
XX.-A Little Book for Little Readers. By the Editor of “The
XXI.-The Child's First Book of Manners. By the Editor of
"The Parting Gift."
XXII.—Mammon Demolished; or, an Essay on the Love of
Money. By Bourne Hall Draper..
XXIII.-Conversations on Nature and Art..
XXIV.-An Inquiry into the Nature and Forin of the Books of
the Ancients ; with a History of the Art of Bookbind.
ing, from the Times of the Greeks and Romans to the
Present day. By J. A. Arnett.
XXV.-The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth.
XXVI.—The Book of the Young, An Invitation to Early Chris-
tian Piety. By the Rev. Joseph Jones, M. A. ...... 306
XXVII.-The Pocket Lacon; Comprising nearly One Thousand
Extracts from the Best Authors. Selected by John
XXVIII. - Pictures of Private Life. By Sarah Stickney.