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IV.-1. Mein Leben und Wirken in Ungarn in den Jahren

1848 und 1849. Von Arthur Görgey. 2 vols. 8vo.

Leipzig: 1852.

2. Der Nationalkrieg in Ungarn und Siebenbürgen in

den Jahren 1848 und 1849. Von George Klapka.

2 vols. 8vo. Leipzig: 1851.

3. The Fortress of Komárom (Comorn) during the

War of Independence in Hungary in 1848 and 1849.

By Colonel Sigismund Thaly, late Director of For-

tifications in Komárom. 1 vol. 8vo. London: 1852, 119

V.-1. A Bill to enable Her Majesty further to regulate the

Duties of Ecclesiastical Persons, and to make better

Provision for the Management and Distribution of

Episcopal and Capitular Revenues. Prepared and

brought in by the Marquis of Blandford and Lord

Robert Grosvenor. Ordered by the House of Com-

mons to be printed. 1852.

2. Cathedral Trusts and their Fulfilment. By the Rev.

Robert Whiston, M. A., Fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge, and Head Master of the Cathedral Gram-

mar School, Rochester. London: 1849.

3. The Choral Service of the United Church of Eng.

land and Ireland. By the Rev. John Jebb, M. A.,

Rector of Peterstow, Herefordshire; late Prebendary

of Limerick. London: 1843.

4. An Attempt to investigate the true Principles of

Cathedral Reform. By the Rev. William Selwyn,

M. A., Canon of Ely and Rector of Branstone.

Cambridge: 1839.

The Same. Part II. Cambridge: 1840.

5. Thoughts on the Renovation of Cathedral Institu-

tions. By Henry Boothby Barry, M.A., Michel

Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and Domestic

Chaplain to the Earl of Yarborough. London:

1852, . . . . . . 152

VI.-1. A Letter to the Marquis of Tweeddale. By Major-

General Briggs, Madras Army. 1842.

2. The War in Affghanistan. By John William Kaye.

2 vols. 1851.

3. History of General Sir Charles Napier's Adminis-

tration of Scinde. By Lieutenant-General Sir Wil-

liam Napier, K.C.B. 1851.

4. Remarks on the Affairs of India. By John Sullivan,

Esq. 1852.

5. Report from the Select Committee on our Indian

i Territories. 1852, . . . . . 183

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Art. I – History of Europe, from the Fall of Napoleon in

1815 to the Accession of Louis Napoleon in 1852.

By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart. Vol. I. 8vo. pp.

603.: 1852, . . . . . . 269

II. - 1. First Report of the Commissioners appointed to

inquire into the State and Operation of the Law of

Marriage, as relating to the Prohibited Degrees of

Affinity, and to Marriages solemnized abroad or in

the British Colonies. 1848.

2. Speech of the Earl of St. Germans in the House of

Lords, June 21. 1852, on Presentation of Petitions

in favour of rendering Lawful Marriage with a

Deceased Wife's Sister.

3. Reasons for Legalising Marriage with a Deceased

Wife's Sister. By Lord Denman. 7th Edition,

London : 1852.

4. The True Remedy for the Evils of the Age; a

Charge to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Lewes.

By J. C. Hare, M.A., with Notes. London : 1850.

5. An Argument in relation to the Levitical Marriage

Law, particularly as affecting the question of the

Marriage of u Widower with his Deceased Wife's

Sister. By T. Binney, 4th Edition.

6. Suyyévela. A dispassionate Appeal to the Judg-

ment of the Clergy of the Church of England, on

a proposed Alteration of the Law of Marriage:

with a Synopsis of the chief Arguments and Evidence

put forth on each side of the question.

7. Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister. The sub-

stance of an article in Fraser's Magazine. By E. B.

Denison, M. A.: 1851.

8. A Review of the Law relating to Marriages within

the Prohibited Degrees of Affinity. By T. Camp-

bell Forster, Esq., Barrister-at-Law,

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III.-1. Life of R. Walker, Perpetual Curate of Seathwaite.

By the Rev. R. Parkinson, B. D., Principal of St.

Bees College. London: 1843. .

2. Reports of the Commissioners on Education in

Wales. London: 1847.

3. Wales. By Sir Thomas Phillips. London : 1849.

4. Report of the Society for providing additional

Clergymen in the Diocese of Llandaff. London:

1852,

. . 3-12

IV.-1. The Head of a Family London : 1852.

2. Agatha's Husband. London: 1853.

3. Villette. By the Author of Jane Eyre.' London :

1853.

4. Clare Abbey. By the Author of the Discipline

• of Life.' 1851, . .

. . 380

V.-1. Descriptive and Historical Catalogue of the Pic-

tures in the National Gallery, with Biographical

Notices of the Painters. By Ralph N. Wornum,

revised by Sir Charles Locke Eastlake, P.R.A. By

Authority. London: 1852.

2. Handbook to the Public Galleries of Art in and

near London. By Mrs. Jameson : 1841.

3. Minutes of the Trustees of the National Gallery

during the Years 1815 and 1846. Ordered by the

House of Commons to be printed, February 4. 1847.

4. The National Gallery: Observations on the Unfit-

ness of the present Building for its Purpose. In a

Letter to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, Bart. By

Charles Locke Eastlake, R.A., Keeper of the National

Gallery. London: 1845.

5. Report from the Select Committee on the National

Gallery, together with the Minutes of Evidence.

Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed,

July 25. 1850.

6. Second Report of the Commissioners of the Ex-

hibition of 1851 to the Right Hon. Spencer Horatio

Walpole, one of Her Majesty's principal Secretaries

of State. 1852.

7. The National Gallery; its Formation and Manage-

ment. Considered in a Letter addressed by per-

mission to H. R. H. the Prince Albert, K.G., &c.

By William Dyce, Esq., R.A. 1853, . . 390

VI.-1. The Right Honourable Benjamin Disraeli, M.P.

A Critical Biography. By George Henry Francis.

London : 1852.

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