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VIII. The Consistency of the whole Scheme of Revelation with
Manufactures in the Encyclopædia Metropolitana.
By Charles Babbage, Esq. M.A. F.R.S. London and
Edinburgh, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics in the
University of Cambridge. Chapter I. published in
Part XXII.-Chapter II. and in Part XXXIII. of
the Encyclopædia Metropolitana
IX. A Sermon preached in the Parish Church of Tenbury,
Worcestershire, on Wednesday, March 21, 1832;
being the day appointed by his Majesty for a General
Fast. By the Rev. George Hall, M.A. Vicar of Ten-
bury, Worcestershire; Rector of Rochford, Hereford-
X. Christus Crucifixus; or Our Lord's conduct with Re-
ference to his Crucifixion, considered as an Evidence of
the Truth of his Religion. By the Rev. Arthur John-
XI. A word for God against certain Blasphemies reported to
have been recently uttered in the House of Commons-
A Sermon preached before the Right Hon. the Lord
Mayor, &c. &c. &c., on Sunday, February 26, 1832,
at the Parish Church of the Holy Sepulchre, London.
By Thomas Mortimer, B.D., Minister of St. Mark's,
Myddleton Square; and Lecturer of St. Leonard's,
XIV. 1. On Clerical Education: a Letter, addressed to the
Right Rev. Father in God, Edward, Lord Bishop of
2. On the Office of Deacon: a Second Letter, addressed
to the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward,
Lord Bishop of Llandaff. By a Clergyman.
XV. Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School, and the other
Parochial Institutions for Education established in that
city in the year 1812; with Strictures on Education
XVI. The Topography and Antiquities of Rome; including the
Recent Discoveries made about the Forum and the
Via Sacra. By the Rev. Richard Burgess, Chaplain
to the Church of England Congregation at Rome, and
Domestic Chaplain to Lieutenant-General the Right
State of the Dioceses in England and Wales.
II. On Political Economy, in Connexion with the Moral State
and Moral Prospects of Society. By Thomas Chalmers,
D.D. Professor of Divinity in the University of Edin-
IV. 1. The Agamemnon of Eschylus, translated from the
Greek, illustrated with a Dissertation on Grecian Tra-
gedy. By John S. Harford, Esq. D.C.L. F.R.S.
2. The Agamemnon, translated by J. Medwin, Esq.
3. The Prometheus, by the same.
V. 1. Observations on the Mussulmauns of India; descriptive
of their Manners, Customs, Habits, and Religious Opi-
nions. Made during a Twelve Years' Residence in
2. Pen and Pencil Sketches; being the Journal of a Tour
in India. By Captain Mundy, late Aide-de-Camp to
2. Observations on the Nature, Extent and Effects of
Pauperism, and on the Means of Reducing it. By
Thomas Walker, M.A. Barrister at Law, and one of
3. Statement in regard to the Pauperism of Glasgow,
from the Experience of the last Eight Years. By
Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Minister of St. John's Church,
4. The Eighth Report of the Committee of the Society
for the Improvement of Prison Discipline, and for the
Reformation of Juvenile Offenders. With an Appendix.
5. Thoughts on Secondary Punishments, in a Letter to
Earl Grey. By Richard Whately, D.D. Archbishop
of Dublin. To which are appended two Articles, on
Transportation to New South Wales, and on Secondary