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IV.-3. The Social Condition and Education of the
People in England and Europe; Shewing the
Results of the Primary Schools, and of the
Division of Landed Property in Foreign Coun-
tries. By Joseph Kay, Esq., M.A. of Trinity
College, Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law, and late
Travelling Bachelor of the University of Cam-
bridge, 2 vols. 8vo. London: Longman and
Co. 1850.

4. The Conditions and Education of Poor Chil-
dren in English and in German Towns. Pub-
lished by the Manchester Statistical Society.
By Joseph Kay, Esq., A.M. of Trinity College,
Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law; Author of "The
Social Condition and Education of the People
in England and Europe." London: Longman
and Co. 1853.
5. Moral-Sanatory Economy. By Henry M'Cor-
mack, M.D., Consulting Physician to the
Belfast General Hospital, Visiting Physician to
the District Asylum for the Insane, Recent Pro-
fessor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine
in the Royal Belfast Institution, Corresponding
Member of the American Institute, Washington.
Belfast: Printed for Private Circulation, by
Alexander Mayne. 1853.
6. Juvenile Depravity. £100 Prize Essay. By
Rev. Henry Worsley, M.A., late Michel Scho-
lar of Queen's College, Oxford, Rector of Eus-
ton, Suffolk. Dedicated, by special permission,
to the Lord Bishop of Norwich. London:
Charles Gilpin. 1849

7. Report from the Select Committee on Out-
rages (Ireland). Ordered to be printed June
4th, 1852.



1. Poems, Narrative and Lyrical. By William
Motherwell. Glasgow: David Robertson. 1832.
2. Songs. By the Ettrick Shepherd.

first collected. Edinburgh: William Black-


3. Fugitive Verses. By Joanna Baillie, Author
of "Drama on the Passions," etc. A New
Edition. London: Edward Moxon. 1842.
4. The City of the Plague, and other Poems.
By John Wilson, Author of "The Isle of
Palms," &c. Second Edition. Edinburgh:
Archibald Constable and Co. 1817.

5. Tales, Essays, and Sketches. By the late
Robert Macnish, L.L.D., Author of the Anato-
my of Drunkenness, the Philosophy of Sleep,
and various Contributions to Blackwood's Ma-
gazine, with the Author's Life. By his Friend,
D. M. Moir. Second Edition. London:
Henry G. Bohn. 1844.

6. The Poetical Works of David Macbeth Moir.
(Delta.) Edited by Thomas Aird, with a Me-
moir of the Author. Edinburgh: William
Blackwood and Sons. 1852.

7. The Poetical Works of Thomas Aird. Edin-
burgh: William Blackwood and Sons. 1847.
8. Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers, and other
Poems. By William Edmondtoune Aytoun,
Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the
University of Edinburgh. Fifth Edition.
Edinburgh William Blackwood and Sons.


9. Poems. By Alexander Smith.
David Bogue. 1853.

London :



Memoirs, Journals, and Correspondence of
Thomas Moore. Edited by the Right Hon.
Lord John Russell, M.P. Vols. I. II. III. IV.
London: Longman and Co. 1853.


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