VIII.-1. Journal of a few Months' Residence in Portugal, and
Glimpses of the South of Spain.
2. A Year of Consolation. By Mrs Butler, (late
IX.-1. Materials for a History of Oil Painting. By Charles
Lock Eastlake, R.A., F.R.S., F.S.A., Secretary to the
Royal Commissiou for Promoting the Fine Arts in con-
nexion with the re-building the Houses of Parliament,
2. A Copy of the Minutes of the Trustees of the
National Gallery, during the years 1845 and 1846,
with the names of all the Trustees present at each meet-
ing; also copies of the orders and instructions to the
Keeper of the Gallery respecting the cleaning of the
Pictures, and any directions in respect to this arrange-
ment; and of any other documents thereto.' Ordered
by the House of Commons to be printed, 4th February
X.-. Convict Discipline—Van Diemen's Land. Ordered
by the House of Commons to be printed, 26th April 1838.
2. Report of Select Committee appointed to inquire into
the System of Transportation, its efficacy as a Punish-
ment, its influence on the moral state of society in the
Penal Colonies, and how far it is susceptible of improve-
3. Papers relative to Transportation and Assignment of
Convicts. Ordered by the House of Commons to be
printed, 27th August 1839.
4. Copies or Extracts of Correspondence between the
Secretary of State and the Governor of Van Diemen's
Land on the subject of Convict Discipline. Pre-
sented to ihe House of Commons, 3d April 1843, and
in continuation of the same, 1845.-Nos. 158, 159.
5. Secondary Punishment– New Souih Wales and Van
Diemen's Land. Ordered by the House of Commons
to be printed, 15th June 1841.
6. Copies or Extracts of Correspondence respecting the
Convict System in Norfolk Island, &c. Ordered to
be printed, 23d February 1846.
7. Copies or Extracts of any Correspondence between
the Secretary for the Colonies and the Governor of Vail
Diemen's Land on the subject of Convict Discipline.
Ordered to be printed, 9th February 1846.
8. Van Diemen's Land-Convict Discipline. Ordered
by the House of Commons to be printed, 17th June
9. Correspondence on the subject of Convict Discipline