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LONDON: J. HENDERSON, PRINTER, WHITEFRIARS,
MONTHLY REVIEW FOR MAY
Vol. II. (1836) No. I.
Art. I. England in 1835. By Frederick Von Raumer, Profes.
sor of History at the University of Berlin, &c. &c.
Translated from the German, hy Sarah Austin
II.--Random Recollections of the House of Lords, from the
Year 1830 to 1836, including Personal Sketches of the
Leading Members. By the Author of " Random Re-
collections of the House of Commons."
III.—The Life of John Jebb, D.D.F.R.S. Bishop of Lime-
rick, Ardfert, and Agbadoe. With a selection from his
Letters. By the Rev. Charles Forster, B.D., &c. &c. 33
IV.-Report from the Select Committee on the Condition,
Management, and Affairs of the British Museum, Or.
dered by the House of Commons to be printed ... 46
V.-The Currency, and its Connection with National Dis-
tress. By 'H. @.....
VI.-On the Influence of Atmosphere and Locality ; Change
of Air, and Climate ; Seasons; Food; Clothing ; Bath-
ing; Exercise ; Sleep; Corporeal and Intellectual Pur-
suits, &c. &c. on Human Health, constituting Elements
of Hygiene. By Robert Dunglison, M.D.
VII.-Lives of Eminent and Illustrious Englishmen, from Alfred
the Great to the Latest Times, on an Original Plan.
Edited by George Godfrey Cunningham. Vol. III. . 79
VIII.-Narrative of a Residence in Koordistan, and on the site
of Ancient Nineveh; with Journal of a Voyage down
the Tigris to Bagdad, and an Account of a Visit to
Shirauz and Persepolis. By the late Claudius James
Rich, Esq. Edited by his Widow....
IX.-A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans.
By James Browne, Esq., LL. D., Advocate
X.-Pericles and Aspasia. By Walter Savage Landor, Esq. 104
XI.—Sketches of Germany and the Germans : including a Tour
in some Parts of Poland, Hungary, and Switzerland.
By an Englishman resident in Germany..
XII.-Third Report of the Commissioners for Inquiring into
the Condition of the Poorer Classes in Ireland.. 119
XIII.—The Vale of Lanherue, and other Poems. By H. S.
XIV.-The Gospel According to Matthew. Translated from
the Greek. By the Rev. W. I. Aislabie, A.M....... 133
XV.--Heath's Drawing Room Portfolio...
XVI.— The Messiah ; a Poem in Six Books. By the Rev. R.
XVII.-Songs of Granada and the Alhambra. By Lydia B.
XVIII.-Book of Flowers. By Mrs. Hall
XIX.-Lowenstein, King of the Forests. A Tale. By Jane
Roberts, Authoress of “ Two Years at Sea.".
XX.—The Solar Eclipse ; or, the Two Almanacks : containing
more Enquiries in Astronomy. By R. M. Zornlin 135
XXI.-Irish Varieties, for the Last Fifty Years. Written from
Recollections, by J. D. Herbert ....
XXII.-The Present Position and Prospects of the British Trade
with China; together with an Outline of some Lead-
ing Occurrences in its Past History. By James Ma-
XXIII.-Roscoe's Views in Wales. Nos. 11, 12, 13..
XXIV.-The Book of Common Prayer, &c., of the Church of
England; with brief Explanatory Notes. By the
Rev. G. Valpy.
XXV.- The Fellow Commoner
XXVI.-The Elysiuin of Animals ; a Dream. By Egerton
XXVII.-Coins of the Romans relating to Britian, Described and
Illustrated by John Youge Akerman, F.S.A..
MONTHLY REVIEW FOR JUNE
Vol. II. (1836) No. II.
Art. I.-Narrative of a Journey from Lima to Pera, across the
Andes and down the Amazon. By Lieutenant W.
Smyth and Mr. F. Lowe, late of H.M.S. Samarang .. 141
. . II.-Slavery. By William E. Channing
III. - The Early History of Egypt, from the Old Testament,
Herodotus, Manetho, and the Hieroglyphical Inscrip-
tions. By Samuel Sharpe ...
IV.-The Reports of the Common Law Commissioners on the
Inns of Court
V.-Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of
the Great Fish River, in the Years 1833, 1834, and
1835. By Captain Back, R.N...
VI.-A Home Tour through the Manufacturing Districts of
England, in the Summer of 1835. By Sir George
VII.-A Summer in Spain.
VIII.-The Professions, with other Pieces...
IX.-The Manse Garden. By a Clergyman
X.—The History of Brazil, from the Period of the Arrival of
the Braganza Family in 1808, to the Abdication of
Don Pedro the First, in 1831. By John Armitage, Esq. 217
XII.-1. Researches, Antediluvian, Patriarchal, and Historical.
By James Clarkson, M.A.
2. The Religion of the Universe. By Robert Fellowes, LL.D. 225
XIII.-A Saunter in Belgium, in the Summer of 1835; with
Traits Historical and Descriptive. By George St.
XIV.-1. On Insanity; its Nature, Causes, and Cure. By Wil.
liam B. Neville, Esq.
2. Psychological Fragments on Insanity. By Francis
XV.-Rudiments of Physiology, in three Parts.- Part I. On
Organism. By John Fletcher, M.D., Lecturer on Phy.
siology in the Argyle Square Medical School.
XVI.-The Paper Duty and its Influence on Literature
XVII. Narrative of a Journey to the Zoolu Country, in South
Africa. By Captain Allen F. Gardiner, R.N...
XVIII.-Edinburgh Cabinet Library, China; Vols II. and III..... 29
XIX.-The Mascarenhas; a Legend of the Portuguese in India.
By the Author of " The Prediction,” &c.
XX.-Esther of Engaddi; a Tragedy. From the Italian of
XXI.-On Mutual Tolerance, and on the Ultimate Test of
Truth, &c. &c. Occasicned by a Recent Publication,
entitled “ A Beacon to the Society of Friends.". 292
XXII. Noureddin, or the Talisman of Futurity; an Eastern
Tale. By Catherine J. Finch