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LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, LONGMANS, & ROBERTS, LONDON;

AND ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK,

EDINBURGH.

1858.

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CONTENTS OF No. 217.

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Art. I.- 1. General Report on the Administration of the

several Presidencies and Provinces of British India

during the Years 1855–56. Calcutta : 1857.

2. India and Europe compared, being a popular view

of the present State and future Prospects of our

Eastern Continental Empire. By Lieut.-General

Briggs, F.R.S. London: 1857.

3. Statistical Papers, illustrated by Maps,' relating to

India, recently prepared and printed for the Court

of Directors of the East India Company. Printed

for the House of Commons: April, 1853,

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II. — 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. 6 vols.

London : 1854-55,

51

III. – 1. An Appeal to the Scottish People, on the Im-

provement of their Scholastic and Academical Insti-

tutions. By John Stuart Blackie, Professor of the

Latin Language and Literature in Marischal College,

Aberdeen. 1846.

2. On the Advancement of Learning in Scotland: a

Letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Provost

and Town Council of Edinburgh, Patrons of the

University. By John Stuart Blackie, Professor of

Greek. 1855.

3. Report of the Committee of the Faculty of Advo-

cates on University Instruction in Law. 1855.

4. Inaugural Discourse delivered to the Graduates of

King's College, Aberdeen, on his installation as

Lord Rector. By John Inglis, LL.D., Dean of the

Faculty of Advocates. 1857.

5. Mittheilungen über das Unterrichtswesen Englands

und Schottlands. Von Dr. J. A. Voigt. Halle :

1857.

6. The historically received Conception of the Univer-

sity, considered with especial reference to Oxford.

By Edward Kirkpatrick, M.A. Oxon : 1857, 88

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