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THE

NATIONAL REVIEW.

VOL. III.

JULY AND OCTOBER 1856.

LONDON:
CHAPMAN AND HALL, 193 PICCADILLY.

MDCCCLVI.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY ROBSON, LEVEY, AND FRANKLYN,

Grent New Street and Petter Lane.

THE NATIONAL REVIEW.

CONTENTS OF NO. V.-JULY 1856.

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ART. I.-THOMAS MOORE

. 1

Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence of Thomas Moore. Edited

by the Right Honourable Lord John Russell, M.P. London:

Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1853-1856.

ART. II.-GROTE ON ALEXANDER THE GREAT

50

A History of Greece to the Death of Alexander. By George Grote.

Vol. XII. Murray.

ART. III.-PICTURES AND PICTURE-CRITICISM

80

Ruskin's Modern Painters. Vols. I. II. III. IV. London : Smith,

Elder, and Co. 1843–1856.

Pre-Raphaelitism. By the Author of “ Modern Painters.” Lon-

don: Smith, Elder, and Co. 1851.

.

Notes on some of the principal Pictures exhibited in the Rooms

of the Royal Academy and Society of Painters in Water-Colours.

By John Ruskin, M.A. No. I., 1855; No. II., 1856. London:

Smith, Elder, and Co.

“Modern Painters.” Quarterly Review for March 1856. Lon-

don: John Murray.

“Ruskinism." Edinburgh Review for April 1856. London :

Longmans.

Catalogue of the Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts--the

Eighty-eighth.

Les Beaux Arts en Europe, 1855. Théophile Gautier. Paris :

Michel Lévy. 1855-1856.

Handbook for Young Painters. By C. R. Leslie, R.A. London:

Murray, 1855.

ART. IV.-Mr. FROU DE's HISTORY OF ENGLAND .

107

History of England, from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of

Elizabeth. By James Anthony Froude, M.A., late Fellow of

Exeter College, Oxford. 2 vols. London: John W. Parker

and Son. 1856.

ART. V.-THE HARD CHURCH NOVEL.

: 127

Perversion; or the Causes and Consequences of Infidelity. A Tale

;

for the Times. Smith, Elder, and Co. 1856.

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ART. VIII.—The PAST AND FUTURE OF CHRISTIANITY . 200

The History of Christianity, from the Birth of Christ to the Abo-

lition of Paganism in the Roman Empire. By the Rev. H. H.

Milman. 3 vols. London: Murray. 1840.

History of Latin Christianity; including that of the Popes to the

Pontificate of Nicolas V. By Henry Hart Milman, D.D., Dean

of St. Paul's. London: Murray, 3 vols. 1854; 3 vols. 1855.

Signs of the Times : Letters to Ernst Moritz Arndt on the Dan-

gers to Religious Liberty in the Present State of the World.

By Christian Charles Josias Bunsen, D.D., D.C.L., D.Ph.

Translated from the German by Susanna Winkworth. Lon-

don : Smith, Elder, and Co. 1856.

Zur Geschichte der neuesten Theologie. Von Karl Schwarz.

(Contributions to the History of the most recent Theology.

By Charles Schwarz, Professor Extraordinary of Theology at

Halle.) Leipsic: Brockhaus. 1856.

ART. IX.- AMERICAN ANXIETIES

226

Correspondence with the United States respecting Central Ame-

rica, presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of

Her Majesty, 1856.

Correspondence respecting the Mosquito Territory, presented to

the House of Commons, July 3d, 1848, in pursuance of their

Address of April 3d, 1848.

Correspondence with Mr. Wallenstein, Consul-General for Guate-

mala and Costa Rica, presented to both Houses of Parliament,

1856.

Notes on Central America, particularly the States of Honduras and

San Salvador, and the proposed Honduras Inter-Oceanic Rail-

way. By E. J. Squier, formerly Chargé d'Affaires of the United

States to the Republics of Central America, with original maps

and illustrations. London : Sampson Low. New York: Har-

per Brothers, 1856.

Tapers relative to Recruiting in the United States, presented to

both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, 1856.

ART. I.-The GOWRIE CONSPIRACY

. 255

The History of the Kirk of Scotland. By Mr. David Calderwood,

sometime Minister of Crailing. Edited from the original Ms.

in the British Museum. By the Rev. R. Thompson. Printed

for the Wodrow Society. Edinburgh, 1845.

Gowrie ; or, the King's Plot. By G. P. R. James. London:

Sims and M'Intyre.

Art. II.—CRIME IN ENGLAND, AND ITS TREATMENT . 289

Nineteenth Report of the Inspectors appointed to visit the dif-

ferent Prisons of Great Britain, presented to both Houses of

Parliament by command of Her Majesty. London, 1856.

Reports of the Directors of Convict Prisons for the Year 1855,

presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her

Majesty. London, 1856.

England and Wales : Tables showing the Number of Criminal

Cffenders for the Year 1854, presented to both Houses of Par-

liament by command of Her Majesty. London, 1855.

Crime: its Amount, Causes, and Remedies. By Frederic Hill,

Barrister-at-law, late Inspector of Prisons. London, 1853.

Crime in England : its Relation, Character, and Extent, as deve-

loped from 1801 to 1848. By Thomas Plint. London, 1851.

Reformatory Schools for the Children of the Perishing and Dan-

gerous Classes, and for Juvenile Offenders. By Mary Carpenter.

London, 1851.

On the Principles of Criminal Law. London, 1846.

ART. III.–Victor COUSIN ON MADAME DE HAUTEFORT AND

HER CONTEMPORARIES

. 317

Madame de Longueville. Etudes sur les Femmes illustres et la

Société du XVIIe siècle. Par M. Victor Cousin. Troisième

édition. 8vo. Paris, 1855.

Madame de Sablé. Par M. Victor Cousin. 8vo. Paris, 1854.

Madame de Hautefort et Madame de Chevreuse. Par M. Victor

Cousin. 2 tom. 8vo. Paris, 1856.

ART. IV.-Percy Bysshe SHELLEY

342

The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Edited by Mrs.

Shelley. 1853.

Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations, and Fragments. By

Percy Bysshe Shelley. Edited by Mrs. Shelley. 1854.

The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley. By Capt. T. Medwin. 1847.

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