I.—Observations of the Apparent Distances and Positions of
Three Hundred and Eighty Double and Triple Stars,
made in the years 1S21, IS22, and 1823; and com-
pared with those of other Astronomers: together with
an account of such changes as appear to have taken
place in them since their first Discovery. Also, a De-
scription of a Five-feet Equatorial Instrument employed .
in the Observations. By J. F. W. Herschel, Esq.,
F.R.S., and James South, Esq., F.R.S.
2. Observations of the Apparent Distance and Positions of
Four Hundred and Fifty-eight Double and Triple Stars,
made in the years 1823, 1S24, and 1S25; together with
a Re-examination of Thirty-six Stars of the same de-
scription, the Distances and Positions of which were
communicated in a former Memoir. By James South,
Esq., F.R.S. 1
H.—1. Hymns, written and adapted to the Weekly Church
Service of the Year. By the late Reginald Heber,
D.D., Lord Bishop of Calcutta.
2. The Christian Psalmist. By James Montgomery - 16
III. 1. Ireland: its Evils and their Remedies. By Michael
2. The Real State of Ireland in 1S27.
3. Letters from the Irish Highlands.
4. Observations on the Necessity of a Legal Provision for
the Irish Poor. By John Douglas, Esq. - - 53
IV. Memoirs of the Life and Travels of John Ledyard, from his
Journals and Correspondence. By Jared Sparks - 85
V. Geschichte, Lehren, und Meinungen der Juden, von Peter