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1. Yad Namuh; a Chapter of Oriental Life. London.
2. Ten Years in India; or, the Life of a Young Officer;
by Captain Albert Hervey, 40th Regiment, Madras
Native Infantry. 3 vols. London. 1850.
3. Sketches of Naval and Military Adventure ; by one in
the Service. Bath and London. No date.
4. Sir Charles Napier's Indian Baggage Corps ; reply to
Lieutenant-Colonel Burlton's attack; by Major Mon-
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ART. II.-THE OUTBREAK IN CABUL, AND
A Review of the Operations of the British force at Cabul,
during the outbreak in November 1841, and during
the retreat of the above Force in January 1842. By
William Hough, Major, Bengal Establishment.
Englishman Press. Calcutta. 1850.
ART. III.- HISTORY AND STATISTICS OF
Statistical Report of the district of Cawnpore, by Robert
Montgomery, Esq., c. S. Published by order of
the Honorable the Lieutenant Governor, N. W. P.
ART. IV.-TRIAL BY JURY IN INDIA.
1. The Government Gazette. 1849.-Proposed Jury Act . 409
2. The Englishman and Military Chronicle. 1849. • ib.
3. The Bengal Hurkaru. 1849.
4. The Friend of India. 1849.
ART. V.-ADONIRAM JUDSON, THE APOSTLE
1. The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testa-
ment; translated into Burmese, by A. Judson, D.D. 421
2. Grammar of the Burmese Language; by A. Judson,
3. Dictionary of the Burmese Language ; by A. Judson,
4. Life of Mrs. Ann H. Judson ; by James D. Knowles.. ib.
5. Memoir of Sarah B. Judson ; by Fanny Forester. 2nd
Edition. London. 1849.
6. The Judson Offering; intended as a token of Christian
sympathy with the living, and a memento of Chris-
tian affection for the dead. Edited by J. Dowling,
D.D. 10th Thousand. New York. 1848.
ART. VI.-LION HUNTING IN SOUTH AFRICA.
A Hunter's Life in South Africa. By R. Gordon Cum-
ming. 2 Vols. 8vo. London. 1850.
ART. VII.-SIR JAMES MACKINTOSH IN INDIA.
Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Sir James
Mackintosh, edited by his son, Robert James Mack-
ART. VIII.-BROOME'S HISTORY OF THE
1. History of the Rise and Progress of the Bengal Army,
by Captain Arthur Broome. Vol. I. Calcutta. W.
Tbacker and Co. 1850 .
2. History of British India, by James Mill.
3. A Voyage to the East Indies, by Mr. Grose.
4. History of the Military Transactions of the British
Nation in Indostan, by Robert Orme, Esq., F. A. S. ib.
5. The Life of Robert Lord Clive, Baron of Plassey, by
6. Life of Lord Clive, by Major General Sir John Mal
7. Macaulay's Critical and Historical Essays.
8. Reports of the Select Committee of the House of
9. The Seir Mutakherin.
10. Ives's Voyage and Historical Narrative.
MISCELLANEOUS CRITICAL NOTICES.
1. Memoirs of a Hungarian Lady; by Theresa Pulsky.
2 vols. 8vo. Colburn. London.
Hungary, and the Hungarian Struggle: by Thomas
Grieve Clark. Edinburgh. 1850.
2. Journal of the American Oriental Society, Boston.
3. Report on the Diamond Harbour Dock and Railway
4. A Treatise on Problems of Maxima and Minima, solved
by Algebra. By Ramchundra, Teacher of Science,
Delhi College. Calcutta. 1850.
5. Selections from French Poets of the past and present
century, rendered into English verse, by R. F.
Hodgson, B. C. S. Calcutta. W. Thacker and Co.
6. Observations on the Indian Post Office, and sugges-
tions for its Improvement; with a map of the Post
Office Routes, and an appendix of the present
Postal rates and regulations. By Captain N. Sta-
ples, Bengal Artillery. London. 1850.
7. Recollections of India. Drawn on stone, by J. D.
Hardinge, from the original drawings by the Ho-
norable Charles Stewart Hardinge. Part 1. Bri-
tish India and the Punjab. Part 2. Kashmir
and the Alpine Punjab. London. 1847