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A LIST OF BOOKS SUITABLE FOR READING
Phænicia. By John Kenrick, M.A. 1 vol. Fellowes.
Dr. Doran. 2 vols. Bentley.
[Reviewed in Article VI.] Lyra Germanica. Hymns translated from the German. By Catherine Winkworth. 1 vol. Longman.
[This is a faithful, harmonious, and delicate translation of fine,
sometimes very fine, German hymns.] The Works of Professor Wilson. Vol I. Being the first volume of Noctes Ambrosiane. Blackwood.
[Lavish in imagination, and sometimes in power. The less gentle
personalities should not have been republished.] The Newcomes. By W. M. Thackeray. A Lost Love. By Ashford Owen. 1 vol. Smith and Elder.
[Reviewed in Article IV.] The Old Court Suburb. By Leigh Hunt. Hurst and Blackett. Street's Brick and Marble Architecture. Murray. The Phasis of Matter. Being an outline of the discoveries and
applications of Modern Chemistry. By T. Lindley Kemp,
M.D. 2 vols., with woodcuts. Longman. Curran's Sketches of the Irish Bar. 2 vols. Hurst and Blackett. The War in the East, from the year 1853 till July 1855. By
General George Klapka. Chapman and Hall. Memoirs of Lieut. Bellot. 2 vols. Hurst and Blackett. A gn with the Turks in Asia. By Charles Duncan, Esq. 2 vols. Smith and Elder.
[A very lively as well as very interesting narrative.] The Wabash; or, Adventures of an English Family in the interior
of America. By J. R. Beste, Esq. 2 vols. Hurst and
Blackett. Burton's Pilgrimage to Medina and Mecca. Vols. I. and II.
Longman. Seymour's Russia and the Sea of Azof. 1 vol. Murray. A Londoner's Walk to the Land's End. 1 vol. Chapman and Hall. Russell's Letters on the War. I vol. Routledge.