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4. Importance of Literature to Men of Business.
Glasgow Griffin and Son. 1854.
5. Annual Report of the Committee of the
Clonmel Mechanics' Institute. Clonmel. 1855. 248
IV.-ODD Books :-
1. Catalogue of the Valuable, Select, and Distin-
guished Library of the late John Smith Furlong,
Esq., Q.C., and Bencher of the Honorable Soci-
ety of Kings' Inns, which will be sold by
Auction, by Charles Sharpe, at his Literary Sale
Room, 31, Anglesea Street, on Tuesday, 26th
May, 1846, and Ten following Days, com-
mencing at 1 o'clock each Day. Dublin:
Printed by Webb and Chapman. 1846.
2. Catalogue of the Valuable Library of the late
Frederick William Conway, Esq., comprising
Rare and Early English and Foreign Theology;
Ecclesiastical History and Antiquities; Illumi-
nated and other Manuscripts of the XIII, XIV,
and XV Centuries; with many Very Fine Spe-
cimens of Early Printing; Standard Literature
in the English, French, Italian, and Spanish
Languages; a Noble Collection of the Greek and
Latin Classics; Works relating to Ireland and
America; the Drama; Bibliography; Illustrated
Works, &c., which will be Sold by Auction, by
H. Lewis, in the Literary Sale Rooms, 31, An-
glesea Street, on Tuesday, May 30th, 1854, and
Twenty-Four following Days. Dublin. 1854. 287
V. THE ROMANCE OF LIFE: THE COUNT OF MONTE
The Count of Monte Cristo. By Alexander
Dumas. London: Chapman and Hall. 1847. 301
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, Legal and Political, by the late Right
Honourable Richard Lalor Sheil. Edited, with
Notes, by M. W. Savage, Esq.
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- TINENTAL REFORMATORIES.
IRISH QUARTERLY REVIEW.
No. XIX.-SEPTEMBER, 1855.
ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL LAW IN IRELAND.
I. TENNYSON AND HIS "MAUD "
Maud, and other Poems. By Alfred Tennyson,
D.C.L., Poet Laureate. London: Moxon.
II.-JOHN BANIM :-PART VI. Life in France.
ness. Letters. Disputes with Publishers.
Composition of "The Smuggler," and of "The
Dwarf Bride." Writes dramatic pieces for
Thomas Arnold. "The Death Fetch, or the
Student of Gottingen," represented at the
English Opera House: Strictures of "The
Times" on its plot. Letters. Illness of
Banim's Mother: beautiful traits of her love
for John. Letters. Death of old Mrs. Banim.
Letters. Kindness of Friends in Boulogne.
Troubles of Authorship. Disputes with, and
losses by, Publishers. Writes for the "An-
nuals." Letters. Ill health and pecuniary em-
barrassments. A son born. Sick of the
cholera; a relapse. Publication of "The
Chaunt of the Cholera." Publication of "The
Mayor of Windgap," and of Miss Martin's
"Canvassing," in new series of "Tales by the
O'Hara Family." Letters. Visit of Mrs.
Banim to London. Debt and embarrassment.
Affecting letter. Appeal on Banim's behalf
in the "Spectator," and by Sterling, "The
Thunderer," in "The Times." Letter from
Banim to "The Times." Meetings in Dublin,
Cork, Kilkenny, and Limerick, in aid of Banim.
Report of the Dublin meeting: Morrison's
large room given free of charge for the meeting:
the Lord Mayor presides: Sheil's speech: the
Resolutions and names of Subscribers and
Committee. Committee room opened at Mor-
rison's hotel: P. Costelloe and Samuel Lover
appointed Honorary Secretaries. Liberality of
the late Sir Robert Peel. Letters. A son born.
Removal to Paris. Letters. Lines "To the
Colossal Elephant on the site of the Bastile."
Ill health; copy of opinion on his case by
French and English surgeons. Violent reme-
dies: their unhappy result. Letters. Anxiety
to return to Kilkenny. The journey from Paris
to Boulogne: mishaps by the way: Lines,-
"The Call from Home."
III.-SYDNEY SMITH :-
A Memoir of the Rev. Sydney Smith. By his
Daughter, Lady Holland. With a Selection
from his Letters. Edited by Mrs. Austin. 2
vols. London: Longman and Co. 1855
IV. THE POETS OF AMERICA. SECOND PAPER:-
1. The Poetical Works of John G. Whittier,
Author of "Old Portraits," &c. &c. London:
George Routledge and Co., 2, and 3 Farring-
2. Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination;
and Poems. London: Clarke, Beeton, and
3. The Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell.
Edited with an Introduction, by Andrew R.
Scoble. London: George Routledge and Co.,
4. Poems by Thomas Buchanan Read. Illus-
trated by Kenny Meadows. London: Delf
and Trübner, 12, Paternoster-row. 1852.
5. The Poetical Works of N.P. Willis. Author
of "Pencillings By the Way." London:
George Routledge and Co., Soho-square. 1850. 561
V.-OUR SOLDIERS AT HOME AND IN THE FIELD :-
1. Report of the Committee of the House of
Commons appointed to Enquire into the Con-
dition of the Army before Sebastopol, and into
the Conduct of the various Departments of
Government whose duty it has been to minister
to the wants of the Army. March, 1855.
2. Hansard's Debates, 1855.
Debates on the
3. The Queen's Regulations and Orders for the
Army. Third Edition, 1844.
4. Addenda to the same up to March, 1854.
Parker, Furnival and Parker.
VI. ALISON AND HISTORY :-
History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon
in 1815, to the Accession of Louis Napoleon
in 1852. By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart. D.C.L.
Author of the "History of Europe from the
Commencement of the French Revolution in