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Boyne Water." Letters. Second misunder-
standing with Gerald Griffin. "The Nowlans"
commenced. Letters. Religious Feelings.
1. Poems. By Robert Nicoll. Second Edi-
tion With Numerous Additions, and a
2. The Ballad of Babe Christabel, with other
Lyrical Poems. By Gerald Massey. Fourth
Edition: Revised and Enlarged. London:
IV. NATIONAL, FACTORY, AND REFORMATORY SCHOOLS.
SECOND PAPER-FACTORY SCHOOLS :-
1. Special Reports By The Directors to The
Proprietors of Price's Patent Candle Company,
Respecting that Part of the Proceedings of the
Annual General Meeting of the Company, 24th
March, 1852, which has reference to the Educa-
tional, Moral, and Religious Charge to be Taken
by the Company Over the Persons, (and
Especially the Young Persons) in its Employ-
ment; with Nine other Pamphlets on this
Important Subject. By James P. Wilson, Esq.
Managing Director of the Company. 1851 to
2. Education In The Mining Districts: Report
On the Factory School of Messrs. John Bagnall
and Sons, at Gold's Hill, Wednesbury. From
"The Midland Counties Herald, Birmingham
and General Advertiser;" Thursday, January
V. THE ROMANCE OF LIFE:-JOSEPH BALSAMO,
The Memoirs of a Physician. By Alexander
VI. ANCIENT MANUSCRIPTS OF TRINITY COLLEGE
The Codex Montfortianus: a Collation of this
Celebrated MS., with the Text of Wetstein, and
with certain MSS. in the University of Oxford.
By the Rev. Orlando T. Dobbin, LL.D., T.C.D.,
M.R.I.A. London: S. Bagster and Sons. 1855. 146
VII. THE LIFE OF A SHOW-MAN :-
The Life of P. T. Barnum, Written by Himself.
VIII. MRS. JAMESON'S COMMONPLACE BOOK :-
A Commonplace Book of Thoughts, Memories,
and Fancies, Original and Selected. Part I.
-Ethics and Character. Part II.-Literature
and Art. With Illustrations and Etchings.
By Mrs. Jameson. London: Longman and
QUARTERLY RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF REFORMATORY
AND RAGGED SCHOOLS, AND OF THE IMPROVEMENT OF
Letter of Mr. Recorder Hill to Lord Brougham. Report on
Schools of the Right Hon. M. T. Baines, at Lancaster, of
1. Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
New Edition. London: David Bogue. 1854.
2. The Poetical Works of William Cullen
Bryant, with Griswald's Memoir. Edited (with
an Introduction) by F. W. N. Bayley, Esq.
London: George Routledge and Co. 1852.
3. The Poetical Works of Mrs. L. H. Sigourney.
Edited by F. W. N. Bayley. London: George
4. The Poetical Works of Oliver Wendell
Holmes. First English Edition. London:
George Routledge and Co. 1852.
II.—JOHN BANIM :-PART V. Anxiety for fame as a
Dramatic Poct. Composition of his Tragedy
"Sylla." History of the Tragedy. Compari-
son of it with the Sylla of Dekker and Jouy.
Extracts from it. Letters. Proposed visit to
the South of England. Restored health.
Friendship of John Stirling. Visit to Cam-
bridge. Restored health of Mrs. Banim. Urg-
ing Michael Banim to continue joint author-
projects. Removal to Eastbourne. Opinion
of Michael's Tale, "The Croppy." Account
of its composition. A daughter born to John
Banim. Correspondence with Gerald Griffin.
Removal to Seven Oaks. Admirable Letter to
Michael upon the composition of a Novel and
the selection of characters. Incidents sug-
gested and old stories recalled. The beauties.
and art of great novelists displayed. Letter
from Michael showing result of this advice
in the production of the "Ghost Hunter."
Illness. Letter to Michael. Literary occu-
pations described. Beautiful account of his
home life-his condition, the body racked
but the mind glowing. Delight at renewed
friendship of Gerald Griffin. Their Letters
to each other. Removal to Blackheath. Ill-
ness and prostration of strength. Removal
to the French coast advised by physicians.
Another Series of "Tales by the O'Hara Fa-
mily" hurriedly written by John Banim and
published under the Title of "The Denounced."
1. Lectures and Addresses in aid of Popular
Education. By the Right Honourable the Earl
of Carlisle. London: Longman and Co. 1854.
2. Speeches on National Education. By The
Right Honourable Lord Brougham, in the
House of Lords, July and August, 1854.
3. Lectures on Education, delivered at the Royal
Institution of Great Britain. Loudon: Parker.