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NORTH BRITISH REVIEW.
W. P. KENNEDY, SOUTH ST. ANDREW STREET; LONDON: HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.;
DUBLIN: JAMES M'GLASHAN.
CONTENTS OF NO. XXXIII.
I. 1. History of the Whig Administration of 1830. By J.
2. Latter-Day Pamphlets, III., IV., V., and VI.
3. The Statesman. By Henry Taylor. London, 1836,
II. The Constitution of Man considered in Relation to Exter-
nal Objects. By George Combe. Edinburgh, 1851,
III. 1. Passages in the Life of Gilbert Arnold; or, the Tale
of the Four Sermons. By Sullivan Earle. London,
IV. Protestantism and Catholicity compared in their Effects
on the Civilisation of Europe. By the Rev. J. Balmez.
Translated from the Spanish by C. J. Handford and
V. The Human Body and its connexion with Man, illustrated
by the Principal Organs. By James John Garth Wil-
VI. 1. König Alfred, und seine Stelle in der Geschichte Eng-
VII. 1. On some remarkable and hitherto unobserved Pheno-
mena of Binocular Vision. By Charles Wheatstone,
Esq., F.R.S. Philosophical Transactions, 1838.
2. On the Law of Visible Position in Single and Binocular
Vision, and on the Representation of Solid Figures by
By Sir David Brewster, K.H., D.C.L., F.R.S. and
V.P.R.S., Edinburgh. Edinburgh Transactions, vol.
xv., Part ii., 1843. Reprinted in Philosophical Maga-
zine, May and June 1844, vol. xxiv.
3. On the Knowledge of Distance given by Binocular
Vision. By Sir David Brewster, Edinburgh Transac-
tions, vol. xv., Part iv., 1844. Reprinted in Philoso-
phical Magazine, May 1847, vol. xxx. pp. 305.
4. On the Conversion of Relief in Inverted Vision. By
Sir David Brewster, K.H., D.C.L., F.R.S. and
V.P.R.S., Edinburgh. Reprinted in Philosophical
Magazine, June 1847, vol. xxx., pp. 432.
5. Description of Several New and Simple Stereoscopes
for Exhibiting as Solids, one or more Representations
of them on a Plane. By Sir David Brewster, K.H.,
D.C.L., F.R.S., and V.P.R.S., Edinburgh. Transac-
tions of Royal Scottish Society of Arts, 1849. Re-
printed in Philosophical Magazine, January 1852.
6. Account of a Binocular Camera, and of a Method of
obtaining Drawings of Full Length and Colossal Sta-
tues, and of Living Bodies, which can be exhibited as
Solids by the Stereoscope. By Sir David Brewster,
K.H., D.C.L., F.R.S., and V.P.R.S., Edinburgh.
Transactions of Royal Scottish Society of Arts, 1849.
Reprinted in Philosophical Magazine, January 1852.
8. Le Stéréoscope, Bulletin du Monde Scientifique. Par
M. L'Abbé Moigno, Aumônier du Lycée Louis le
Grand. Feuilleton de La Presse, du 28 Décembre 1850.
9. Binocular Perspective. By James Hall, Esq. Art-
VIII. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Thomas Chalmers,
D.D., LL.D. By his Son-in-law, the Rev. William
I. Life of Lord Jeffrey with a Selection from his Corre-
spondence. By Lord Cockburn, one of the Judges of
the Court of Session in Scotland. 2 vols. Edinburgh,
II. 1. The Birds of Australia. By John Gould, F.R.S., &c.
7 vols. imp. folio. London, 1848.
2. An Introduction to the Birds of Australia. By the
Same. 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1848.
3. The Natural History of Ireland: Birds. By William
Thompson, Esq., President of the Natural History and
Philosophical Society of Belfast. 3 vols. 8vo. Lon-
III. Scriptural Revision of the Liturgy, a Remedy for Angli-
can Assumption and Papal Aggression. A Letter to
the Right Honourable Lord John Russell, M.P. By
a Member of the Middle Temple. London, 1851,
IV. 1. Poems, Lyrical and Dramatic. By Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow; with an Introductory Essay, by George
2. Poems. By Thomas Buchanan Read. Illustrated by
Kenny Meadows. 12mo. London, 1852.
Essay on his Life and Genius, by James Hannay. 8vo.
4. The Poetical Works of William Cullen Bryant. 3 vols.
V. The Life and Letters of Barthold George Niebuhr; with
Essays on his Character and Influence. By the Che-
valier Bunsen and Professors Brandis and Loebell. 2