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JANUARY & MARCH, 1828.
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.
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
III.-History of the Progress and Suppression of the Reforma-
tion in Italy, in the Sixteenth Century; including a
Sketch of the History of the Reformation in the Gri-
IV.-1. May Fair: a Poem, in Four Cantos.
2. Whitehall; or the Days of George IV.
3. The Forget Me Not.-The Literary Souvenir.-The
Amulet. The Bijou.-The Pledge of Friendship.-
The Friendship's Offering. - The Keepsake. The
V.-Narrative of a Journey through the Upper Provinces of
India, from Calcutta to Bombay. By the late Reginald
2. A Treatise on Crimes and Indictable Misdemeanors.
By William Oldnall Russell, Esq., of Lincoln's-Inn,
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
2. North America and the United States as they are
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,
IV.-Lord Byron and some of his Contemporaries. By Leigh
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-
merly Judge of a Royal Court in the ex-Kingdom of
VII.-Eighth Report of the Commissioners of Irish Education
Inquiry, with the Appendix-Roman Catholic College
of Maynooth. London, June 2nd, 1827. Ordered by
the House of Commons to be printed, June 19th, 1827. 459