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BOMBAY QUARTERLY REVIEW.
JANUARY AND APRIL,
SMITH, TAYLOR, AND CO.
LONDON-SMITH, ELDER, AND CO., 65, CORNHILL.
CONTENTS OF No. IX.
I. ALLEN AND MORRIS ON THE HISTORY
1. India, Ancient and Modern, Geographical, His-
torical, Political, Social, and Religious; with
a particular Account of the State and Prospects
of Christianity. By DAVID O. ALLEN, D.D.,
Missionary of the American Board, for twenty-
five years in India; Member of the Bombay
Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, and
Corresponding Member of the American Oriental
Society. Boston: John P. Jewett & Co. Cleve-
land, Ohio: Jewett, Procter, and Worthington.
New York: Sheldon, Lampart, and Blakenham.
London Trübner & Co. 1856. Pp. 618.
2. The History of India. By HENRY MORRIS,
M.C.S. Madras: Printed and published for
the Madras School-book Society, and sold at
their Depository, College of Fort George.
II. THE DAMS AND RIVERS OF KHANDESH... 48
Italian Irrigation, being a Report on the Canals of
Piedmont and Lombardy. By R. BAIRD SMITH,
F.G.S., Captain of Engineers, Bengal Presi-
dency. William Blackwood and Sons, Edin-
Bothwell; A Poem in six parts. By W. EDMOND-
STOUNE AYTOUN, D.Č.L., Author of Lays
of the Scottish Cavaliers," &c.