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Vol. 64.-Weatherhead (G. H.) An Account of the Beulah Saline
Hancock (J.) Observations on the Climate, &c., of British
Tradescant Lay (G.) Trade with China, a Letter addressed
Bowring (J.) Observations on the Oriental Plague and on
Couch (J.) A Cornish Fauna, 1838.
Johnston (C.) The History and Antiquities of Stepney, 1839.
Holdsworth (A. H.) Dartmouth; the Advantages of its
Bullock (Capt.) The Chinese Vindicated, 1847.
Vol. 65. Lawrence (W.) Two Introductory Lectures on Comparative Anatomy and Physiology, 1816.
Ferrall (J. M.) Observations on the Treatment of Varicose
Bennett (J. H.) An Address to the Members of the Royal
James (J. H.) The Retrospective Address in Surgery, from
A Statement by the Society of Apothecaries on their Admin-
Hilton (J.) An Introductory Lecture, delivered at Guy's
Shapter (T.) Health of Towns Commission Report on the
Lawrence (W.) The Hunterien Oration, 1846.
Paget (Jas.) The Motives to Industry in the Study of
Vol. 65.-Budd (G.) An Introductory Lecture read to the Middle Classes in King's College, 1847.
Shapter (T.) Medicine an Art, and its Truths to be attained, 1848.
Guggenbühl, Rapport sur le Traitement du Crétinisme dans l'Etablissement de l'Abendberg, 1848.
Budd (W.) Malignant Cholera: Its Mode of Propagation and its Prevention, 1849.
Vol. 66.-Directions for forming a Library, 1766.
Tucker (A. G. C.) Remarks on the opinion of three of the
Substance of Dr. Tucker's Speech on the Claims of the
An Address to the Members of the Literary and Philosophical
Bacon (J.) A Letter to Sir Robert Peel on the Cultivation
Herschel (Sir J. F. W.) Instructions for making and
Cruttwell (R.) The unequal distribution of National Wealth,
The Stepney Union, 1838.
Scott (R.) The Athenian Ballot, and Secret Suffrage, 1838.
Reply to the Same, 1840.
Brodie (W. B.) A Letter to Sir Robert Peel on the sup-
Moore (W. D.) An Address to the Members of the Western
The Nature of Currency demonstrated, 1842.
French Claims.-Appeal of the Baron de Bode to the House
Billet (Jas.) Institutes of Political Economy, adapted to all
Vol. 67. Twanley (J.) Dairying Exemplified, 1784.
Rumford (Count) An Essay on the construction of Kitchen
Grant (J.) Remarks on the Large Hedges and Small
Tanner (H.) Prize Report on the Farming of Devonshire,
Caird (Jas.) High Farming, under liberal covenants, the best substitute for Protection, 1849.
The Position and Prospects of Steam Navigation in 1840.
Reply to "Observations of the Great Western Railway
Lushington (H.) The Broad and Narrow Gauge, 1846.
Vining (J. T.) A Letter to the Inhabitants of Yeovil on the
A Short Review of the History of the Navigation Laws of
Vol. 68.- Halifax (S.) An Analysis of the Roman Civil Law,
Harford (J. S.) An Account of the Life, Death, and Prin-
Davison (J.) A Reply to an Article in the Edinburgh
Collier (J. P.) Reasons for a New Edition of Shakespeare's
Bird (C.) Letters on the Laws and Constitution of Great
The Adventures of a £1000. Note; or, Railway Ruin
Vol. 69.-Batailles de Leipsick, 1814.
Mémoires sur l'état des Israélites, 1819.
Macaulay (T. B.) Pompeii, A Poem, 1819.
Chateaubriand (Le Vicomte de) De la Censure que l'on vient d'établir, 1824.
Walker (D. F.) An Epitome of Astronomy, 1830.
Graves (J. T.) Abstract of a Memoir on the Theory of
Relazione della Scoperta da Girolamo
Two Numbers of the Mechanic's Magazine, 1846-7.
Gisela: A Tragedy, 1839.
Barham (F.) The Adamus Exul of Grotius, or, The Prototype of Paradise Lost, 1839.
Thomson (Lt. Col.) The Theory of Parallels, 1840.
Croll (A. A.) On the Construction and Use of Gas Meters, 1845.
Recherches sur les Iles du Contentin, &c., 1846.
Tutschek (C.) A Grammar of the Galla Language, 1845. Vol. 70.-Marsh (H.) An Appendix to the "Comparative View of the Churches of England and Rome," 1816.
Forster (C.) A Vindication of the Theory of Mahometanism unveiled, 1830.
Ecclesiastical Legislation, 1836.
Presbyterian Rights asserted, 1839.
Barnes (R. W.) The Authority due to the Opinions of the
Marriott (C.) A Lecture delivered at the Diocesan College,
Considerations on Marriage with a deceased Wife's Sister,
Observations on the Prohibition of Marriage in certain. degrees, 1841.
The Marriage Law Considered, by Phinehas Philogamos,
Reynolds (H. R.) A Letter to the Bishop of London on the
Billet (Jas.) A Brief Eulogy of Calvin, 1844.
Vol. 70.-A Letter from an Irish Proprietor to the Ministers of Religion of the District, 1847.
Vol. 71.-Morres (R.) An Address to his Parishioners, 1799. Questions answered connected with the Irish Church Bills, 1835.
Selwyn Are Cathedral Institutions useless? 1838.
Remarks on Mr. Head's Letter on Apostolic Succession, and on Mr. Neville's Answer, 1839.
Blunt (W.) Dissenter's Baptisms and Church Burials, 1841.
Barter (W. B.) A Word in Defence of our Altars and
Benson (C.) The Rubrics and Canons of the Church of
Hardy (C. le) Reasons for the Restoratiou of the Order of
Walkey (C. E.) The Church and the Universities, 1847.
Are not the Clergy arraying themselves against the Church
Vol. 72.-Huyshe (F.) Brief Notices of Carne's Reasons for withdrawing from the National Establishment, 1820.
Sandford (D. K.) A Letter to the Rev. P. Elmsley, 1822.
Gathercole (M. A.) A Letter to the Bishop of Bath and
Six Tracts of the Anglican Fathers, 1838.
Sorelli (G.) Answer to Mr. Lucas' Reasons for becoming a
Tracts for the Times, No. 90, 1841.
A Letter addressed to the Rev. R. W. Jelf, in explanation
Richards (S. C.) A Reply to the Letter of Humphrey
The Ball, the Mayor, and the Bishop, by Clericus Ignotus,
Ingle (J.) A Letter to the Mayor of Exeter, 1848.