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1.-An Historical Essay on Architecture. By the
late THOMAS HOPE; illustrated from draw-
ings made by him in Italy and Germany. Lon-
don: Murray, 1835. ............
11.–Athens ; its Rise and Fall. By EDWARD LYTTON
BULWER, Esq., M.P. 2 vols. 8vo. London,
III.- The City of the Sultan : and Domestic Manners
of the Turks in 1836. By Miss PARDOE,
author of “ Traits and Traditions of Portu-
gal.” 3 vols. Second edition. H. Colburn, 1838.. ..................
IV.-State means of employing labour, and promoting
industry in Ireland. ............ 128
V.- Plan of the English Historical Society. 1836.
Venerabilis Bedae Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis
Anglorum. Ad fidem codicum manuscripto-
rum recensuit Josephus Stevenson. Londini.
Sumptibus Societatis. Mocccxxxvii... 167
VII.--THE QUEEN'S COURT AND HOUSEHOLD.
1. Notitia Imperii Romani.—(A Royal or rather
Imperial Kalendar of the Roman Empire, being
a list of the several civil and military magi-
strates and officers.)
2. The Pictorial History of England.
London: C. Knight & Co., 1838.
3. The Official Kalendar for 1831. By John
BURKE, Esq., author of “A Dictionary of the
Peerage and Baronetage.” London, 1831.
4. The Royal Kalendar for the year 1838.
5. The Glory of Regality : an Historical Treatise
of the anointing and crowning of the Kings
and Queens of England. By Arthur Tay-
LOR, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.
6. Chapters on Coronations ; comprising their
Origin, Nature and History. London, 1838.
7. Regal Records ; or, a Chronicle of the Co-
ronations of the Queens Regnant of England.
By J. R. PLANCHÉ, F.S.A., author of the
“ History of British Costume,” &c. London,
1838. .................. 225
VIII.— A Bill to provide for the Access of Parents, living
apart from each other, to their Children of ten-
der Age. Prepared and brought in by Mr.
SERJEANT TALFOURD and MR. LEADER.
Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be
printed, December 21, 1837.
Speeches of Mr. Serjeant Talfourd in the House
of Commons, on the 14th of December 1837,
and the 14th of February, 1838, as reported
in the Times.
Statement of the Wrongs of Women. By the
Honourable Mrs. C. NORTON. ...... 269
Postscript to Article III. ............. 412