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LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS, LONDON;
AND ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK,
5. National Education and Church Extension. By
the Venerable J. Sinclair, Archdeacon of Middlesex.
6. The Social Condition and Education of the People
in England and Europe. By Joseph Kay, M.A.,
7. Juvenile Depravity. A Prize Essay. By H.
Worsley, M. A., Rector of Easton.
8. How much longer are we to go on teaching nothing
more than was taught two or three Centuries ago?
By M. E.
CONTENTS OF No. CLXXXV.
ART. I.-1. Lettres à S. A. R. le Duc règnant de Saxe-Cobourg
et Gotha sur la Théorie des Probabilités appliquée
aux Sciences Morales et Politiques. Par M. A.
Quetelet, Astron. Royal de la Belgique, &c. &c.
1 vol. in 8vo. 1846. Chez M. Hayez, à Bruxelles.
2. Letters addressed to H.R. H. the Grand Duke of
Saxe-Cobourg and Gotha on the Theory of Probabi-
lities as applied to the Moral and Political Sciences.
By M. A. Quetelet, Astronomer Royal of Belgium,
Corresponding Member of the Institute of France,
&c. &c. Translated from the French by Olinthus
Gregory Downes, of the Economic Life Assurance
II. History of the Romans under the Empire. By the
Rev. Charles Merivale. 2 vols. London: 1850,
III.-1. Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education
2. The Church of England and the Committee of
Council on Education. By G. A. Denison, Vicar of
3. Remarks on the Crusade against the Educational
Plans of the Committee of Council. By R. Dawes,
Vicar of King's Somborne.
4. The Privy Council and the National Society. By
H. P. Hamilton, Rector of Wath and Rural Dean.
more than was taught two or three Centuries ago