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ART. I.-THE LINDSAYS IN INDIA.
1. Lives of the Lindsays; or, A Memoir of the House of
Crawford and Balcarres, by Lord Lindsay; to which
are added Extracts from the Official Correspon-
dence of Alexander, Sixth Earl of Balcarres, during
the Maroon War; together with personal narratives
by his brothers, the Hon. Robert, Colin, James,
John and Hugh Lindsay, and by his sister, Lady
1. Origines Liturgica; or, Antiquities of the English Ri-
tual, and a Dissertation on Primitive Liturgies.
By the Rev. William Palmer, M. A., of Worcester
College, Oxford. 2 vols. London. 1845.
2. Origines Ecclesiastica; or, The Antiquities of the
Christian Church. By the Rev. Joseph Bingham,
M. A., formerly Fellow of University College, Ox-
ford; and afterwards Rector, &c. 9 vols. London.
1844. Books XIII., XIV., XV., relating to Divine
3. The Syrian Churches; their early History, Liturgies,
and Literature, &c. By J. W. Etheridge. London.
4. Duae Amím kí Kitáb, aur Sakriminton kí Tartib, aur
Kalísíya kí Dusrí Rasm, aur Dastúron kí England
aur Ireland kî muttahid Kalísíya ke tarique ke mu-
tábiq. Aquád-i-Dín ke Sáth. Agra. Yatimon ke
Chhápe kháne men chhápi gai. 1847. [The Book
of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sa-
craments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the
Church, according to the use of the United Church
of England and Ireland. With the Articles of Re-
ligion. Agra. Printed at the Orphan Press. 1847.]
1. Bombay Cotton and Indian Railways, by Lieut.-Colonel
C. W. Grant, Bombay Engineers. London. 1850. 32
2. A Railway Caution!! &c., by Major J. P. Kennedy. Cal-
1. A Digest of the Criminal Law, of the Presidency of
Fort William, compiled by F. L. Beaufort, B. C. S.
2. A few remarks on certain Draft Acts, commonly called
the Black Acts, by Ram Gopaul Ghose.
3. Register of the Bengal Civil Service, by Ram Chunder
1. The History, Design, and Present State of the Reli-
gious, Benevolent, and Charitable Institutions,
founded by the British, in Calcutta and its Vicinity.
By Charles Lushington, Esq., of the Bengal Civil
Service. Calcutta. Printed at the Hindustani Press.
2. Hand-Book of Bengal Missions. By the Rev. James
Long, Church Missionary, in Calcutta. London.
3. The Oriental Magazine, No. 6, June, 1843. A Brief
Memoir of the late Mr. David Drummond.
4. The Calcutta Literary Observer; July to October, 1847.
1. Narrative of the United States' Expedition to the River
Jordan and the Dead Sea, by W. F. Lynch, U. S. N.
Commander of the Expedition. London. Richard
2. Sketches of Travels in Egypt and the Holy Land, by the
Rev. J. A. Spencer, M. A. With illustrations. Lon-
don. John Murray, 1850. Calcutta. R. C. Lepage
2. The London Pharmacopæia, translated into Bengali by
Modusudun Guptu, Superintendent and Lecturer of
the Military Class of the Medical College. Calcutta.
MISCELLANEOUS CRITICAL NOTICES.
1. Arabya Upanyás. Pratham Khanda. Nilmani Basák
Karttrick Anubádita. Calcutta. D'Rozario and Co.
1850. (The Arabian Nights, translated from the
Arabya Upanyás. Encyclopædia Press. (The Arabian
3. Wanderings in the Islands of Interview (Andaman),
Little and Great Coco. By J. H Quigley. Maul-
4. An Investigation of the Rate of Mortality amongst
certain Assured lives in India; with new tables of
Annuities, Assurances, &c., for single lives. By
C. Scotton Francis. Calcutta. W. Thacker and Co.
5. The Anglo-Hindústaní Hand-Book; or, Stranger's
Self-Interpreter, and Guide to Colloquial and ge-
neral Intercourse with the Natives of India. With
a Map of India, and five illustrations. Calcutta.