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THE NATIONAL REVIEW.
CONTENTS OF NO. III.—JAN. 1856.
both Houses of Parliament, February 1847.
Correspondence respecting the Relations between Greece and
Turkey. Presented to both Houses of Parliament, 1854.
Eastern Papers. Part XIV. Negociation at Vienna. Presented
to both Houses of Parliament, 1855.
Geschichte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts seit den Wiener Ver-
trägen. Von G. G. Gervinus. Erster Band. Leipzig, 1855.
The Polish Question, from the German Point of View. By a
German Statesman. Translated from the German. London,
LIST OF RECENT WORKS SUITABLE FOR BOOK-SOCIETIES
Rico. Edited, froin the original Ms., by W. D. Cooley, Esq.
Narratives of Early Voyages undertaken for the Discovery of a
Passage to Cathaia and India, by the North-west; with Selec-
tions from the Records of the Worshipful Fellowship of the
Merchants of London, trading into the East Indies; and from
Mss. in the Library of the British Museum. Now first pub-
lished, by Thomas Rundall, Esq.
The Historie of Travaile into Virginia Britannia, expressing the
Cosmographie and Comodities of the Country; together with
the Manners and Customs of the People, gathered and observed
as well by those who first went thither as collected by William
Strachey, Gent., the First Secretary of the Colony. Now first
edited, from the original Manuscript in the British Museum, by
R. H. Major, Esq., of the British Museum.
A Collection of Documents on Spitzbergen and Greenland.
Edited by Adam White, Esq., of the British Museum.
burgh and London, 1854.
Life of Horace Greeley, Editor of the New-York Tribune. By
J. Parton. New York, 1855.
Notes on Public Subjects, made during a Tour in the United
States and in Canada. By H. Seymour Tremenheere. London,
The onstitution of the United States compared with our own.
By H. Seymour Tremenheere. London, 1855.
Private Correspondence of Henry Clay. By C. Cotton, LL.D.
New York, 1856.