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WILLIAM SMITH, 113, FLEET STREET; FRASER AND CRAWFORD, EDINBURGH; AND CURRY AND CO., DUBLIN.
ESSAYS RELATIVE TO THE PAST, PRE. !
SENT, AND PROSPECTIVE STATE OF 5. Walks upon the Island of Honan
213 SKETCHES OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE.
MAN AS A PROGRESSIVE CREATURE.
6. Visit to the Fa Te Gardens, and Re -1. Early and Late Progress of
turn to Macao by the Inner Passage 344 Science
POLITICS AND POLITICIANS. - Newspapers-
7. Walks about Macao
360 2. Popular View of Bacon's Novum Or.
amount of information necessary for per-
8. Walks upon the Lapa near Macao
using tbem with ease and intelligence 9. Women in China
392 3. Modern Creation and Progress of
influence on their readers
33 Chinese Testimonials of Gratitude 298 Science
CHANCES OF LIVING IN LONDON.-No. 1.
How Dew is Formed
-Comparative view of the condition and
Poisons and their Antidotes
earnings of members of the various pro-
fessions aud trades
No. 2.- London the most extensive
A RAMBLE INTO IRELAND.—No. 1. -
field of labour of any city in the world Railway travelling-Steam voyage to
COUNTRIES, TRAVELS, AND TRAVELLERS
- Effect of competition--Habitations of Dublin-State of that city – Irish coach AN AUTUMN RAMBLE AMONG THE VINE-
Lodging-houses — Private men and beggars—Poor laws—and Po YARDS OF THE RHEINLAND
boarding houses---Estimate of the neces-
17 Women in India, with a Description of a
sary expenses of different classes, illus No. 2.-Thurles-Habitual waste of time Suttee.
trated by a tale of real life
88 by the Irish-Mismanagement of their
STEAM ON THE PROPONTIS' AND 'Helles:
THE SEALED Book_The Bible written for inns_Hanigan the piper-Temperance
a progressive creature, and better under associations
401 A Peculiar People-Sketch of the Yezedis 29
stood as men advance in knowledge-not No. 3.- Visit to Father Molowney–Irish The Benuas-the supposed Aborigines of
a book of science a sealed book which hospitality-Success of Father Mathew the Malay Peninsula
is gradually unsealing
72 in putting a stop to whiskey-drinking 49 The Assam Tea Trade
The PEOPLE AND THEIR OPINIONS----Means
ASCENT OF THE RHINE
taken to ascertain the real opinions of
Hungary and Transylvania
the “ Peoplo”-General disposition for
SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ECONOMY. Russia :-its Autocrat, its People, and its
the maintenance of good order--Capital
Hints to the Ladies (statistics of marriage) 46
punishments-Government regarded as Effects of a deficient Harvest
A MORNING RAMBLE IN SMYRNA . 156
existing solely from its rationality, not Views of European mortality
Benares, the Holy City of Hindustan 173
on account of its antiquity-Feeling to-
Journey from Baghdad to Al Hadhr
Property, Capital, and Credit.-1. Pro-
wards the sovereign--Economy-Re-
The City of the Plagues
perty-Production and Accumulation. 269
Ascent of the Peak of Teneriffe
2. Capital and Credit
moral purposes must be effected by
Savings' Banks AND ANNUITY SOCIETIES 357 A STEAM VOYAGE ON THE MEDITERRANEAN 257
The Island of Ceylon
Capital PUNISHMENTS—The warning given
Hunting in the Island of Ceylon
to Noah considered--No general autho-
The North AMERICAN INDIANS-1. Are
rity from God for taking away human
the Indians capable of Civilisation ? 280
life-Blood revenge modificd by Moses Fellenberg's Agricultural School at Mey-
2. Character, Origin, Superstitions, and
–Capital punishments opposed to the kirch
39 Antiquities :
spirit of the Christian religion
113. How to learn German
An Evening in Florence
MUTUAL INSTRUCTION Societies-Juve. Manchester Mechanics' Institution
nile debating clubs-evils attendant on Mutual Instruction Societies
BERNADOTTE, KING OF SWEDEN 317
ther-Beneficial influence of mutual Useful Knowledge ; with a Few Hints to
Elephant Hunting at the Cape
instruction societios-Communications Members of Mutual Instruction So. Description of a Zeenahnah
relating to them from correspondents 129
232 The Gulf Stream. By John Neal 358
USEFUL KNOWLEDGE ; with a few Hints to Education and Emigration
Members of Mutual Instruction Societies 232 Mental Exercise in relation to health
GAMES AND AMUSEMENTS OF THE ANCIENT Liverpool Mechanics' Institution
299 COLONIES AND EMIGRATION.
8 Hints for the Management of Sunday
ANCIENT GREEK AGRICULTURE AND ARTS 245
New ZEALAND--No. 1. Importance of, as
ANCIENT GREEK Akts, DIET, AND Medi.
an emigration field-Advice to emigrants
-History of its discovery-New Zea.
land Land Company
GLANCES AT SCIENTIFIC SUBJECTS.
No. 2.-Geographical description of the
CHINA AND THE CHINESE.
Rise of the Land in Sweden
5 Islands Natural productions—Charac-
The Age of the World
23 ter and customs of the natives-- Instruc-
1. Map of the Canton River-Landing at The Ocean
137 tions to Col. Wakefield, the agent of
Macao, and Passage from thence to Can. Galvanic Battery
158 the New Zealand Land Company
ton; or, a Sail up the Pearl River 209 Study of Astronomy
181 No. 3.- Missionary settlements—codi
2. Walks about Canton
225 Hot and Cold Iron Blast
tion of other colonists-want of vigour
3. The same subject continued
228 Weather Wisdom
246 in the measures pursued by the English
4. Visits to the Ophthalmic Institution at The Signs of the Zodiac
255 government for preserving order among
264 Mental Exercise is relation to health
the British Inhabitants of New Zealand
-Sketch of the proceedings of the New RECOLLECTIONS OF Louis PHILIPPE, KING Adventures of Two Brothers during the
Zealand Land Company-Brief review OF THE FRENCH
56 American War of Independenco
of our various colonies, and advice to THE MAN WHOM EVERYBODY Likes 86 Bullum v. Boatum
108 The HIGHLAND Boys
ib. Passport Perplexities
Singapore, and the other British Settle Second Thoughts Best I
90 A Visit to the Maid of Saragossa
ments in the Straits of Malacca
75 | THE USEFUL FAMILY
99 The Slave Trade
New Zealand Conveyancing
234 The Physician's LEVEE
107 Lovers' Leap, Middleton Dale, Derbyshire 198
Education and Emigration
238 PROVINCIAL RIVALRIES IN Trade
120 The Funeral of a Moth
134 Tales by an Arab Watchfire
THE SMUGGLER-A TALE OF THE SEA 145 Queen Anne's Farthings
168, 184 The Universal Peuny Postage
Notes on the Redbreast, Sparrow, Rook,
MADAME LE NORMAND THE PARISIAN FOR Diamonds and other Precious Stones . 263
164 The Forlorn Hope
Preparation and effect of the Upas Poison COMMON EVENTS
177 The Eider Duck
(the Benuas—the supposed Aborigines
A Castilian Legend.
By Washington Miser and no Miser
of the Malay Peninsula)
199 Books and Bookstalls
Rambles of an American Naturalist. By
GOOD AND Bad Luck #.
200 Memoirs of a Prisoner of State 305, 330
John D. Godman 148, 171, 190, 204, SOVEREIGN Gulls m.
212 The Yankee Pass
235, 267 The Granada Smuggler
222 Woman's Wit .
History of an Ungka Ape
213 The Virgin Wife .
241 Lotteries in the Olden Time
Intellectuality of Domestic Animals 340, 364, The Grand Prior of Minorca—a veritable The Scaman
Ghost Story. By Washington Irvingi 250
406 RESPECTABLE GOOD-FOR-NoTiling PEOPLE 266
The Public OFFICE
POETS AND POETRY.
The Ghost-Book. By Miss Leslie's.
THE REGULAR Torn.DOWNER
To Night; by Shelley
Pelayo and the Merchant's Daughter, By
Love in Absence ; by Mrs. Jaineson
The Smithfield Cattle Show
311 Byron's Last Words; by Andrew Park 29
The London Missionary Museum
A Sketch from Life
The Dead Soldier ; by Malcolina
Carlin's Indian Gallery
97 The Fatal Revenge : a Highland Storyi 324
The Infant and Watch ;. by A. A. Watts 72
153 The French Rull: a Tale of the Last
Human Friendships. From Bowring's Ba-
The Twelve Great Livery Companics of Century
A Warning for Tourists in “ Rheinland ;">
THE PUBLIC-SPIRITED MAN
by T. Hood
The Painter and the Old Chest
A Poetical Picture Gallery
MACHINERY OF THE BRITISH GOVERN.
The First of March
The Harp: a Ghost Story /
The Blind Boy
The Magician's Visiter
1. The Cabinet-mode of construction Vicissitudes 1.
381 Song—“Sing to me in the days of spring-
Conduct of Louis-Philippe towards his The Plum-tree of Brignolles I.
time, beloved "
ministers-Other foreign governinents The Flood and the Rescue: a Story of
The Merry Mouth of March
Proceedings of a Cabinet Council-Re Massachusetts !
Lines on the Sudden Death of a Mother of
sponsibility of ministers-Duties of the The Indian Wife
different officers—The Chiltern Hun.
The Impaled Butterfly
dreds—Management of “ministerial"
The Invitation of Wisdom to the Young
2. The Privy Council--the Foreign Office
--Suggestion for its improvement
Sir William James, Bart., Chairman of
To an Indian Gold Coin, by Dr. Leyden. 269
the East India Company
3. The Colonial Office the Board of
69 The Dreamer to his Daughter ; by George
John D. Godman
Control-Chancellor of the Duchy of
Fletcher, a Compositor
Lancaster--the Mint-the Board of
227 The Widow's Hope ; by H. F. Gould 302
Early Life of Sir William Herschel
Trade-the Secretary at War and the
294 We met when life and hope were new
Commander-in-Chief of the Forces-
Lady Grissel Baillie
the Board of Admiralty—the Ordnance 216
The Death of Robin Hood
Hymn to the Flowers
THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT.
Earthquake of Caraccas
13 Thomas commenden Miasters Woldest .
On Reading Burton's Anatomy of Melan-
1. The British and Foreign Parliainent choly .
14 Osmyn and Caled
contrasted-Rise and progress of the Matthew Pollen, the Miller of Floreston 36 Morning Meditations
British Parliament-Forms observed
The Emigrant Highlander
45 The Skylark
Newspaper reporters—the Printer a
Hints to the Ladies
dangerous fellow--Reports of commit Queen Elizabeth at Greenwich
73 Effects of a Deficient Harvest
TIE ENGLISH POETS.
2. The House of I:ords_General routine Derby Foot-ball on Shrove Tuesday 100/1. Introductory Article
of a public bill-Private bills-Inconve.
The Use of Opium in the East
73 2. Dryden
niences of the present systom of Parlia The Hammer
mentary business--Suggestions for its
The Galette, or Chesnut Cake
iroproval — Influence of newspapers -- Influence of Periodical Literature
296 Singular Persian Monument and Supersti Hazlitt's Character of Coleridge
Music of Humanity
Commercial Power of Great Britain 126
TALES, ESSAYS, AND SKETCHES OF LIFE Description of Buenos Ayres
Increase of Riches under George Ul. A Musi-
AND MANNERS, &c.
The Mercy of Judge Jefferies
cal Enthusias.. Apprehensions and Misap-
Blood-Revenge among the Namaquas
ORIGINAL AND SELECTED),
prehensions. Paradise Lost
Of Animal Food in General
142 Evils of Railroads. A Newsmonger. Laconics.
Sensibility Jack, and his story of the Battle Ancient Scottish Games
150 Know thy Power. Irish Wit
of Copenhagen and the wounded Lieute The Albigenses and Valienses
ib. Effects of Poverty on the Domestic Affections 69
3 The Fur Trade in Siberia
A Love Match
10 Determined Defence of a Convoy 152 What Education is