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VIII.--Memoirs of John Napier of Merchiston, his Lineage,

Life, and Times, By Mark Napier, Esq.
IX-1, Speech of llenry, Lord Bishop of Exetei', on occa-

sion of a Petition from certain Members of the Senate

of Cambridge, on Monday, April 21, 1894.
2. Thoughts on the Admission of Persons, without

regard to their Religious Opinions, to certain Degrees
in the Universities of England. By Thomas Turton,
D.D., Regius Professor of Divinity in the University

of Cambridge, and Dean of Peterborough,
3, The Danger of Abrogating the Religious Tests and

Subscriptions which are at present required from
persons proceeding to Degrees in the Universities,
considered in a Letter to his Royal Highness the Duke
of Gloucester, By George Pearson, B.D., Christian

Advocate in the University of Cambridge, &c.
4. The Admission of Dissenters to graduate in the Uni-

versity of Cambridge. A Letter to the Right Ilonour-
able Viscount Althorp, M.I'., by the Rev. Christopher
Wordsworth, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cam-

5. A Letter to the Rey. Thomas Turton, D.D., &e. By

Connop Thirlwall, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College,

X-1, Dacre, a Novel. Edited by the Countess of Morley,

2. Two Old Men's Tales



XI.--Origines Biblicæ ; or Researches on Primeval History,

By Charles Tilstone Beke


XII.--Louis Philippe et la contre-Révolution de 1880. Par

B. Sarrans, jeune


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