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Art. I. Some Account of the Lives and Writings of Lope Felix

de Vega Carpio, and Guillen de Castro.' By Henry

Richard Lord Holland - - - -> I

II. Historical Sketches of the South of India; in an At-

tempt to trace the History of Mysoor; from the

Origin of the Hindoo Government of that State to the

Extinction of the Mahomedan Dynasty in 1799- By

Colonel Mark Wilks - - - -47

III. The Lives of Haydn and Mozart; with Observations on

the Genius of Metastasio, and the present State of

Music in France and Italy, Translated from the

French of L. A. C. Bombet. With Notes by the Au-

thor of the Sacred Melodies - - - - 73

IV. The History of Brazil. By Robert Southey. Vol. ii. - 90

V. Plan of Parliamentary Reform, in the form of a Cate-

chism, with reasons for each Article; with an Intro-

duction, shewing the necessity of radical, and the

inadequacy of moderate Reform. By Jeremy Ben-

tham, Esq. - - - - - 128

VI. Relation Historique du Voyage de MM. de Humboldt

et Bonpland. Tome premier, Seconde Partie, conte-

nant les feuilles 45 a 81, la Table des Matieres et

l'Errata. 4to. - - - - - 135

VII. A practical Inquiry into the Causes of the frequent

Failure of the Operations of Depression, and of the

Extraction of the Cataract, as usually performed; with

the Description of a Series of new and improved Ope-

rations, by the practice of which most of these Causes

of Failure may be avoided. Illustrated by Tables of

the comparative success of the new and old modes of .

practice. By Sir William Adams, &c. - » 158

Art. I. 1, 2. Reports from the Select Committee on the Poor

Laws. July, 1817- March, 1818.

3. Considerations on the Poor Laws. By John Davison,

M.A. Fellow of Oriel College.

4. Observations on the Impolicy, Abuses, and False Inter-

pretation of the Poor Laws; and on the Reports of the

two Houses of Parliament. By John, Earl of Shef-

field. 263

II. Account of a Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of

Corea and Great Loo Choo Islands ; with an Appendix

containing Charts and various Hydrographical and

Scientific Notices, by Basil Hall, Esq. Captain R.N.

F.R.S. L.& E. And a Vocabulary of the Loo Choo

Language, by H. I. Clifford, Esq. Lieutenant R. N. - 308

III. Foliage; or, Poems Original and Translated. By Leigh

Hunt. 324

IV. Narrative of an Expedition to explore the River Zaire,

usually called the Congo, in South Africa, in 18 It),

under the Direction of Capt. J. H. Tuckey, R. N.;—

to which is added the Journal of Professor Smith, some

General Observations on the Country and its Inhabi-

tants; with an Appendix containing the Natural His-

tory of that Part of the Kingdom of Congo through

which the Zaire flows. Published by permission of the

Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty ... 335

V. Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus. - 379

VI. An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the

Bengal Native Infantry, from its first formation in

1757 to 1796, when the present Regulations took place:

together with a Detail of the Services on which the se-

veral Battalions have been employed during that period.

By the late Capt. Williams, of the Invalid Establish-

ment of the Bengal Army. ... - 385

VII. An Essay on the Principles and Construction of Military

Bridges, and the Passage of Rivers in Military Opera-

tions. By Colonel Sir Howard Douglas, Bt. F.R.S.

Inspector General of the Royal Military College. - 423


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