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CONTENTS OF No. CXXIII.
ART. I. Theory of the Constitution compared with its Practice,
in ancient and modern times. By James B. Bernard,
Esq., Fellow of King's College, Cambridge,
III. Observations on the Motion of Sir Robert Heron,
M. P. in the late Parliament, respecting the Vacating
of Seats in Parliament on the acceptance of office. By
IV. Lectures on Intellectual Philosophy. By the late
John Young, L.L.D., Professor of Philosophy in
Belfast College. With a Memoir of the Author.
Edited by William Cairns, A.M., Professor of Logic
V. Thoughts upon the Aristocracy of England. By
VI. The Natural Son; a German tale, descriptive of the
age of the Emperor Rudolph II. Translated from
Spindler. By Lord Albert Conyngham,
VII. 1. Des Comètes en général, et en particulier de celles
qui doivent paraître en 1832 et 1835. Par M.
Arago, Membre du Bureau des Longitudes.
2. Notice sur la Comète de Halley et son retour en
3. Observations on Bielas' Comet. By Sir J. F. W.
Herschel, K.G.H., F.R.A.S. (Memoirs of the Royal
VIII. Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor
ART. IX. 1. Historia Statisticæ Adumbrata. Scripsit F. J.
2. Reports and Minutes of Evidence of the Select
Committee of the House of Commons on Public
3. Abstract of Population Returns of Census of
XI. Mémoires Biographiques, Littéraires et Politiques de
Mirabeau; ecrits par Lui-même, par son Père, son
XIV. Speech of Henry, Lord Brougham, on the Address,
ART. I. History of the Revolution in England in 1668. Com-
prising a view of the Reign of James the Second, from
his Accession, to the Enterprise of the Prince of
Orange. By the late Right Honourable Sir James
Mackintosh; and completed to the Settlement of the
Crown, by the Editor. To which is prefixed, a Notice
of the Life, Writings, and Speeches of Sir James
II. The Acharnenses of Aristophanes, with Notes Critical
and Explanatory, adapted to the Use of Schools and
III. A Voyage of Discovery to Africa and Arabia, performed
in His Majesty's Ships Leven and Barracouta, from
1822, to 1826, under the command of Capt. F. W. W.
IV. Deontology; or, the Science of Morality: in which the
Harmony and Coincidence of Duty and Self-interest,
Virtue and Felicity, Prudence and Benevolence, are
explained and exemplified. From the MSS. of Jeremy
VII. Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-
west Passage, and of a Residence in the Arctic
Regions during the years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832,
1833. By Sir John Ross, C.B., K.S.A., K.C.S.,
&c. &c., Captain in the Royal Navy. Including the
Reports of Commander, now Captain James Clark
Ross, R.N., F.R.S., F.L.S., &c., and the Discovery