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FEBRUARY AND MAY,
JACKSON & WALFORD, 18, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD;
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL AND CO., STATIONERS' HALL COURT.
EDINBURGH: W. OLIPHANT AND SONS.
GLASGOW: J. MACLEHOSE.-DUBLIN: J. ROBERTSON.
CONTENTS OF NO XXIX.
I. Lectures on the History of France. By the Right Hon.
Sir James Stephen, K.C.B., LL.D., Professor of
Modern History in the University of Cambridge
II. 1. Barrett's Pastoral Office.
2. Dixon's Methodism, in its Origin, Economy, and
5. An Essay on the Constitution of Wesleyan Methodism.
6. The Doctrine of the Pastorate. By George Smith,
8. Congregational Independency and Wesleyan Con-
nexionalism contrasted. By the Rev. James H. Rigg.
9. Grindrod's Compendium of the Laws and Regulations
III. 1. Khartoum, and the Blue and White Niles. By
2. Golden Dreams and Waking Realities; being the
Adventures of a Gold-Seeker, in California and the
Pacific Islands. By William Shaw.
3. A Trip to Mexico; or, Recollections of a Ten Months'
4. Across the Atlantic. By the Author of Sketches of
5. Kossuth and Magyar Land; or, Personal Adventures
during the War in Hungary. By Charles Pridham,
Esq., B.A., F.R.G.S., late Correspondent of The
IV. Die Pflanze und ihr Leben. Populäre Vorträge. Von
Dr. M. J. Schleiden, Professor zu Jena.
The Plant and its Life. Popular Lectures by Dr. M. J.