VI.-FITZPATRICK'S LIFE OF LORD CLONCURRY:
The Life, Times, and Cotemporaries of Lord
Cloncurry, embracing the period from 1775 to
1853 ; with a selection from his hitherto unpub-
lished Correspondence. By William John Fitz-
patrick, Esq., M.R.D.S. Dublin : Duffy. 1855. 330
VII.-THE MILITIA AND THE LINE :-
1. Acts 15th and 16th Victoria, Chapter 50:
17th Victoria, Chapters 13, 16, 107, and others,
being the Acts of Parliament Regulating the
present Militia Establishment of the United
2. War Office Circulars of March, 1855. Being
those Relating to the Militia.
1. Memoirs of the Right Honourable Richard
Lalor Sheil. By W. Torrens M‘Cullagh.
London : Colburn. 1855.
2. Sketches, Legaland Political, by the late Right
Honourable Richard Lalor Sheil. Edited, with
Notes, by M. W. Savage, Esq. London :
IX.-REFORMATORY SCHOOLS FOR IRELAND:
Thirty-Third Report of the Inspectors General
on the General State of the Prisons of Ireland,
1854. With Appendices. Presented to Both
Houses of Parliament, by Command of Her
Majesty. Dublin : Thom and Sons. 1855. 410
X.-PARIS CORRESPONDENCE:No. II. THE RUE
DE RIVOLI AND ITS NEIGHBOURS.
XI.- QUARTERLY RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF RE-
FORMATORY AND RAGGED Schools, AND OF
PRISON DISCIPLINE, WITH MR. RECORDER
HALL'S NOTES OF HIS SECOND VISIT TO CON-