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JULY AND OCTOBER 1861.
LONDON: CHAPMAN AND HALL, 193 PICCADILLY.
1.-LIGHT AND SUNLIGHT
Chemical Analysis by Spectrum Observations. By Professors
Kirchhoff and Bunsen, of Heidelberg. Philosophical Maga-
zine for August 1860, 4th Ser, vol. xx. p. 89.
On the Relation between the Radiating and Absorbing Powers of
different bodies for Light and Heat. By G. Kirchhoff. Philo-
Lecture at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, Friday, March
1st, 1861 : On Bunsen and Kirchhoff's Spectrum Observations.
By H. E. Roscoe, Esq., Professor of Chemistry in Owens Col-
lege, Manchester. Report in the Journal of the Institution.
II.—The EASTERN CHURCH: ITS PAST AND ITS FUTURE . 27
Lectures on the History of the Eastern Church ; with an Intro-
duction on the Study of Ecclesiastical History By Arthur
Penrhyn Stanley, D.D., Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical His-
tory in the University of Oxford, and Canon of Christ Church.
London, Murray; Oxford, Parker. 1861.
III.—THE INTERIOR OF British North AMERICA . . 62
Narrative of the Canadian Red-River Exploring Expedition of
1857, and of the Assiniboine and Saskatchewan Exploring Ex-
pedition of 1858. By Henry Youle Hind, M.A., F.R.G.S. Lon-
don: Longman and Co., 1860.
Papers relative to the Exploration by Captain Palliser of that
portion of British North America which lies between the North-
ern Branch of the River Saskatchewan and the Frontier of the
United States, and between the Red River and the Rocky
Mountains. Presented to both Houses of Parliament, 1859.
Further Papers relative to the Exploration by the Expedition
under Captain Palliser of that portion of British North America
which lies between the Northern Branch of the River Saskat-
chewan and the Frontier of the United States, and between the
Red River and the Rocky Mountains, and thence to the Pacific
IV.-LORD MACAU LAY'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND . . . 86
Macaulay's History of England. Vol. V. London: Longman and
Correspondence between the Bishop of Exeter and the Right Hon.
T. B. Macaulay. London: Murray.
The New Examen. By John Paget. London and Edinburgh:
Blackwood and Son.