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CONTENTS OF No. 241.
ART. I.-1. Memorials and Letters illustrative of the Life and
Times of John Graham, of Claverhouse, Viscount
Dundee. By Mark Napier. 3 vols. 8vo. Edin-
2. The Case for the Crown in re the Wigton Martyrs
proved to be Myths versus Wodrow and Lord
Macaulay, Patrick the Pedler and Principal Tulloch.
II.-1. The Druids Illustrated. By the Rev. John B.
2. Brut y Tywysogion, or the Chronicle of the
Princes. Edited by the Rev. John Williams ab
Ithel, M.A. Published by the authority of the
Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury
under the direction of the Master of the Rolls.
3. The Celtic Druids; or an Attempt to show that
the Druids were the Priests of Oriental Colonies
who emigrated from India, and were the Introducers
of the First or Cadmeian System of Letters and the
Builders of Stonehenge, Carnac, and other Cyclopean
Works in Asia and Europe. By Godfrey Higgins,
III.-History of the Modern Styles of Architecture: being
a Sequel to the Handbook of Architecture. By
James Fergusson, Fellow of the Royal Institute of
British Architects. London: 1862,
IV. 1. Histoire de la Révolution Française. Par M. Louis
Blanc. 12 vols. Paris: 1847-62.
2. Histoire de la Terreur, 1792-4, d'après des docu-
mens authentiques et inédits. Par M. Mortimer-
V.-A Dialogue on the Best Form of Government. By
the Right Honourable Sir George Cornewall Lewis,
VI.-1. Les Marines de la France et de l'Angleterre. Par