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I. Two Years in New South Wales; a Series of Letters,
comprising Sketches of the actual State of Society in
that Colony; of its peculiar Advantages to Emigrants;
of its Topography, Natural History, &c. &c. By P.
II.-Lucian of Samosata, from the Greek: with the Comments
and Illustrations of Wieland and others. By William
Tooke, F.R.S., Member of the Imperial Academy, and
of the Free Economic Society of St. Petersburgh
III.—History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reforma-
IV.-1. May Fair: a Poem, in Four Cantos.
3. The Forget Me Not.-The Literary Souvenir.-The
Amulet. The Bijou. The Pledge of Friendship.-
The Friendship's Offering.-The Keepsake. The
Christmas Box.-The Winter's Wreath
V.-Narrative of a Journey through the Upper Provinces of
India, from Calcutta to Bombay. By the late Reginald
Heber, D.D., Lord Bishop of Calcutta
2. A Treatise on Crimes and Indictable Misdemeanors.
By William Oldnall Russell, Esq., of Lincoln's-Inn,
3. A Treatise on Criminal Pleading. By Thomas Starkie,
Esq., of Lincoln's- Inn, Barrister-at-Law.
4. A Supplement to all the Modern Treatises on the Cri-
minal Law; containing the Alterations by Statute to
the Prorogation of Parliament in 1827. By F. A.
VII.-The Constitutional History of England, from the Acces-
sion of Henry VII. to the Death of George II. By
VIII.-1. Personal Narrative of Travels in the United States
and Canada, in 1826, illustrated by Plates; with Re-
marks on the Present State of the American Navy.
By Lieutenant the Honourable Fred. Fitzgerald de
I.-The Planter's Guide; or, a Practical Essay on the best
Method of giving immediate effect to Wood, by the re-
moval of large Trees and Underwood; being an attempt
to place the Art on fixed Principles, and to apply it to
general purposes, useful and ornamental. By Sir Henry
Steuart, Bart., LL.D., F.R.S.E., &c.
II.-Report from the Select Committee on the Salmon Fish-
eries of the United Kingdom, June 17, 1824. Ditto,
March 30, 1825. Ditto, June 3, 1825. Ditto, May
III-A Selection from the Public and Private Correspondence
of Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood, interspersed with
Memoirs of his Life. By G. L. Newnham Collingwood,
2. Observations on the Corn Laws. Addressed to W.
VI.-A Pilgrimage in Europe and America, leading to the Dis-
covery of the Sources of the Mississippi and Bloody
River, with a Description of the whole Course of the
former, and of the Ohio. By J. C. Beltrami, Esq., for-