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JULY & OCTOBER, 1861.
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET,
I-Selections, Grave and Gay, from Writings published and
unpublished by Thomas De Quincey. Edinburgh
and London, 1854-60. 14 vols. 12mo. -
II.-1. Les Moines d'Occident depuis Saint Benoît qusqu'à
Saint Bernard. Par le Comte de Montalembert, l'un
des Quarante de l'Académie Française. Tt. i.-ii,
2. The Monks of the West, from St. Benedict to St.
Bernard. Authorized Translation. Vols. I. and II.
III.-1. The Works of Virgil, Translated by the Rev. Rann
Kennedy and Charles Rann Kennedy. 2 vols. 1849.
2. My Book. By James Henry. 1853.
3. The Works of Virgil: closely rendered into English
Rhythm. By the Rev. Robert Corbet Singleton.
4. Virgil: literally translated into English Prose. By
IV.-1. Ancient Law: its Connection with the Early History
of Society and its Relation to Modern Ideas. By
Henry Sumner Maine. London, 1861.
2. The Province of Jurisprudence determined. Second
Edition. By the late John Austin, Esq. London,
V.-1. My own Life and Times, 1741-1814. By Thomas
Somerville, D.D., Minister of Jedburgh, &c. Edin-
2. Autobiography of the Rev. Dr. Alexander Carlyle,
Minister of Inveresk, 1 vol. 8vo. Edinburgh and
3. Domestic Annals of Scotland. By Robert Chambers.
3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh and London, 1858-61.
4. Sketches of Early Scotch History and Social Pro-
5. Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character.
E. B. Ramsay, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.E., Dean of
Edinburgh. Sixth Edition. 12mo. Edinburgh,
6. Familiar Illustrations of Scottish Character. By the
Rev. Charles Rogers, LL.D., F.S.A., Scotland.
7. The Days of the Fathers in Ross-shire. By the Rev.
John Kennedy, Dingwall. Second Edition. 12mo.
Thomas Buckle. Vol. II. 8vo. London, 1861 139
VI.-1. The Russians on the Amur; History of Discovery,
Conquest, and Colonization up to the Treaty of
Peking in 1860: with a detailed Description of the
Country, its Inhabitants, Productions, and Com-
mercial Capabilities, together with Personal Accounts
of Russian Travellers. By E. G. Ravenstein, F.G.S.,
Corresp. F.G.S., Frankfurt. London, 1861.
2. Travels in the Regions of the Upper and Lower
Amoor, and the Russian Acquisitions on the Confines
of India and China. By Thomas Witlam Atkinson,
F.R.G.S. and F.G.S., author of Oriental and
Western Siberia.' London, 1860.
3. Japan, the Amoor River, and the Pacific, with Notices
of other places: comprised in a Voyage of Circum-
navigation in the Imperial Russian Corvette Rynda,'
in 1858-1860. By Henry Arthur Tilley. London
4. Les Nouvelles Acquisitions des Russes dans l'Asie
Orientale: le Fleuve Amoûr. Par V. A. Malte
5. The Progress and Present Position of Russia in the
East: an Historical Summary. London, 1854.
6. Commentaries on the Productive Forces of Russia.
By M. G. Tegoborski, Privy Councillor and Member
of the Council of the Russian Empire. London,
7. The Chinese Empire. By M. Huc, formerly Mis-
sionary Apostolic in China. London, 1859.
8. Correspondence respecting Affairs in China. Pre-
sented to both Houses of Parliament. 1859-1860 - 179
VII.-1. Opere Politico-Economiche del Conte Camillo Benso
VIII.—1. The Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events,
1860-61. Edited by Frank Moore. London, 1861.
2. Causes of the Civil War in America.
2. Life of P. B. Shelley. By Thomas Jefferson Hogg.
London, 1858. Vols. I. and II.
3. Shelley Memorials from Authentic Sources. Edited
by Lady Shelley. London, 1859.
4. Recollections of the Last Days of Shelley and
Byron. By E. J. Trelawney. London, 1858.
5. Fraser's Magazine, Nos. 342 and 361, Memoir of
II.-1. Reports of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Coal-Mines.
2. Our Coal and our Coal-Pits: the People in them and
the Scenes around them. By a Traveller Under-
3. The Coal-Fields of Great Britain: their History,
Structure, and Duration. By Edward Hull. 1861.
4. Transactions of the North of England Institute of
III.—1. The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences. By
2. History of the Inductive Sciences. By William
IV.—1. Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Discoveries of
Sir Isaac Newton. By Sir David Brewster. London,
2. Addresses on Popular Literature, and on the Monu-
ment to Sir Isaac Newton. By Henry, Lord
V.-Bell's Annotated Series of British Poets. London.
VI.-Plutarch's Lives. The Translation called Dryden's,
corrected from the Greek and revised by A. W.
Clough, sometime Fellow and Tutor of Oriel College,
Oxford, and late Professor of the English Language
and Literature at University College, London. In