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FOREIGN LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART.
SEPTEMBER TO DECEMBER, 1844.
EDITED BY JOHN HOLMES AGNEW
PUBLISHED BY LEAVITT, TROW, & CO.
NEW-YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
Course of English Reading,-Fraser's Mag., 512
ill's Essays on Political Economy-Spec
MISCELLANY: First Impressions of Capetown, 52; Monument to Sir David Wilkie-Convent of Mount Carmel-Voice Lozenges, 68; Shakspeare's Jug, 70; King Charles's Bible, 86; Peal of Bells for York Minster, 108; Railroad Bridge of Venice, 113; The Royal AcademyMonument to Dr. Arnold-National Monuments, 124; Mr. Bright's MSS.-Double Alliance-Flower Market, 134; Intellectual Character of the Esquimaux-Xanthian MarblesItalian Dwarf, 176; Rain of Eels and Pebbles, 185; Munificence of a Pole-The Upas Tree, 200; Prince de Joinville, 225; Mummy Wheat, 254; Return of Poles-British and Foreign Institute, 265; Ancient Coins, 271; Southey's Monument-Lord Byron, 299; Nelson-Madonna of Lorette, 303; Improved Omnibus, 304; The King of the French-Poland, 327; Trade Exhibition at Paris, 338; Manchester Park, 348; Bi-monthly Intercourse between India and England, 352; Suez, 354; Cure of Consumption, 367; Punch's Charge to Juries, 368; Prince of the Asturias-Bone Lane, 377; Egyptians sent to Paris for Education-Purcell's Anniversary, 408; Dr. Wolffe, 412; Salecatalogue of Books-Pirated English WorksTasso's Monument, 448; Decorative Art Society, 512; Isabella of Spain-Dr Dalton, 523;