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LONDON: Printcu is 'n LIAM CLOWES and Sons, Duke Street, Stamford Street,
and Charing Cross.
I.- A Memoir of the Right Hon. James, First Lord Abinger,
Chief Baron of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer,
including a Fragment of his Autobiography, and
Selections from his Correspondence and Speeches.
By the Hon. Peter Campbell Scarlett, C.B. With a
Portrait. London, 1877
II.-1. Rome and the Campagna, an Historical and Topo-
graphical description of the Site, Buildings, and
Neighbourhood of Ancient Rome. By Robert Burn,
M.A., Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Cam-
bridge. Cambridge and London, 1871.
2. The Roman Forum. A Topographical Study. By
Francis Morgan Nichols, M.A., F.S.A. London,
3. The Archæology of Rome. By John Henry Parker,
C.B. Oxford and London, 1874–76
And other works.
III.-1. Letters of Humphrey Prideaux, sometime Dean of
Norwich, to John Ellis, sometime Under-Secretary
of State (1674-1722). Edited by E. M. Thompson.
Printed for the Camden Society (1875).
2. Letters of Humphrey Prideaux to his Sister and
Brother-in-law, Ann Coffin and Richard Coffin. Con-
tained in the Fifth Report of the Historical Manu-
scripts Commission (1876)
IV.-1. The Character and Logical Method of Political
Economy. Essays in Political Economy, theoretical
and applied. Some Leading Principles of Political
Economy newly expounded. By J. E. Cairnes, M.A.,
Emeritus Professor of Political Economy in Uni-
versity College, London. London, 1873-75.
2. A Few Remarks upon certain Practical Questions
of Political Economy. A Few Remarks on Pro-
fessor Cairnes's recent contribution to Political
Economy. By a former Member of the Political
Economy Club. London, 1874-75