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the Refractive and Dispersive Powers of Glass, and the Achromatic Telescope. -VII. Southern Germany.--VIII. Von Hammer's History of the Assassins. IX. Dupin's Productive and Commercial Powers of France.-X. Manzoni's Betrothed, a Romance.--XI. Catholicism in Silesia.-XII. Modern German Tragedy; Klingemann's Ahasuerus-XIII. Russian Literature.-XIV. Delambra's History of the Astronomy of the Eighteenth Century.-XV. German Pocket-Books for 1828.-Miscellaneous Literary Notices, No. II.-List of the principal Works published on the Continent, from July to October, 1827.

Contents of No. III.-I. Gall and Spurzheim; Phrenology.-II. Italian Comedy ; Nota.-III. Wace's Romance of Rolla and the Dukes of Normandy.-IV. Rey on the Judicial Institutions of England and France.-V. Bohemian Literature.-VI. Portugal.-VII. Magnusen, The Edda Doctrine and its Origin.-VIII. Turkey.--IX. Simond's Travels in Italy and Sicily.---X. Molière.-Critical Sketches.—XI. D'Arlincourt's Ismalie.--XII. Bonstetten on the effects of Climate.-XIII. French Proverbs.--XIV. Champollion on Egyptian Hieroglyphics.-XV. Parisian Public Institutions.-Xvi. Technological Dictionary.--XVII, Brienne's Memoirs.--XVIII. Niccolini's Antonio Foscarini.-XIX. Heine's Travelling Sketches.-XX. Meyerberg's Travels in Russia.-XXI. Kaeuffer's Greek Testament.-XXII. Oreilli's Latin Inscriptions.-XXIII. Markland's Statius, new edition.-XXIV. Facciolati's Latin Lexicon, 3rd edition.-XXV. Haine's Repertorium Bibliographicum.--Miscel. laneous Literary Notices, No. III.-List of the principal Works published on the Continent, from November, 1827, to January, 1828.

Contents of No. IV.-I. Life and Works of Wieland.-II. Cailliaud's Travels to Méroé, and the White River,&C.III. Spanish Novelists.-IV. Niebuhr's Roman History.--V. Neapolitan Superstitions.-VI. Paixhan's new Maritime Force and Artillery-VII. Lebrun's Voyage to Greece.-VIII. Modern Spanish Comedy. IX. Italian Literature of the Eighteenth Century.--X. Illyrian Poetry.--XI. Kleist's Dramatic Works.--XII. Retzsch's Illustrations of Ham. let.-XIII. to XXIV. Critical Sketches of Latin, Italian, French, German, and Spanish Works: ---Miscellaneous Literary Notices, No. IV.-List of the principal Works published on the Continent, from January to April, 1828.

Contents of No. V.-I. Arabic Literature.-II. Language and Literature of the Magyars (Hungarian.)—III. Guizot's History of the English Revolution. IV. Mazure's History of the Revolution of 1688.-V. Laplace's Celestial Mechanics, Vol. V.-Ví. Karamsin's History of Russia. VII. French Philosophers of the Nineteenth Century VIII. Greece.-18. The Pyrenees.-X. Tegner's Legend of Frithiof.-X1. Russia and Turkey.-Critical Sketches.XII. Protestantism in France.—XIII. Matter's History of Gnosticism.-XIV. Wronski's Canon's of Logarithms.-XV. Sempere's Greatness and Decline of Spain.-XVI. De Vigny's Cinq-Mars, a Romance.-XVII. Dandolo's Letters on Rome, Naples, Venice, and Florence.-XVIII. Van der Velde's Life and Letters.--XIX. Grabbe's Dramatic Poems.-XX. Vassalli's Maltese Grammar. XXI. Hebenstreit's Dictionary of Bibliography.-Miscellaneous Literary Notices, No. V.-List of the principal New Works published on the Continent, from May to August, 1828.-Index to the Second Volume.

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