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JANUARY AND APRIL,
JACKSON & WALFORD, 18, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD;
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL AND CO., STATIONERS' HALL COURT.
EDINBURGH: W. OLIPHANT AND SONS.
GLASGOW: J. MACLEHOSE.-DUBLIN: J. ROBERTSON.
CONTENTS OF No XLIX.
I. 1. The Great Oyer of Poisoning; the Trial of the Earl of
Somerset for the Poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury
in the Tower of London, and various matters con-
nected therewith, from contemporary MSS. By
2. A complete Collection of the State Trials and Pro-
ceedings for High Treason, and other Crimes and
Misdemeanors. Fourth Edition. By F. HARGRAVE,
3. The Queen v. Palmer. Verbatim Report of the Trial
Prize Essay on the Prevention of the Smoke Nuisance.
By CHARLES WYE WILLIAMS, Associate Institute
The Life of Henry Cornelius Agrippa Von Nettesheim,
Doctor and Knight, commonly known as a Magician.
By HENRY MORLEY, author of Palissy the Potter,'
IV. 1. Third and Fourth Reports from the Select Committee
of the House of Commons on Accidents in Coal
2. Our Coal and our Coal Pits-the People in them, and
the Scenes around them. By a Traveller Under-
The Mosaic Dispensation considered as Introductory
to Christianity. Eight Sermons, preached before the
University of Oxford, at the Bampton Lecture for
the year 1856. By the Rev. EDWARD ARTHUR
LITTON, M.A., late Fellow of Oriel College
The Works of Sir Thomas Browne. Edited by SIMON
Histoire des Grandes Opérations Financières, Banques,
Bourses, Emprunts, Banquiers, Fournisseurs, Ac-
quéreurs des Biens Nationaux. Par M. CAPEFIGUE. 177
VIII. 1. Five Years' Progress of the Slave Power.
2. A Few Months in America. By JAMES ROBERTSON.
3. The Constitution of the United States compared with
our own. By H. S. TREMENHEERE.
4. An Address illustrative of the Nature and Power of the
Slave States and the Duties of the Free States. By
5. A History of the Struggle for Slavery Extension or
Restriction in the United States from the Declaration
of Independence to the Present Day. By HORACE
6. A History of the American Compromises. By HAR-
7. America Free-or America Slave; an Address on the
State of the Country, delivered by JOHN JAY, at
Bedford, Westchester, New York, October 8th, 1856 190
The Doctrine of Inspiration; .being an Inquiry con-
cerning the Infallibility, Inspiration, and Authority