VII. The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure
of H. M. S. Bounty; its Causes and Consequences. Be-
ing No. XXV. of the “ Family Library”
VIII. Campaigns and Cruises, in Venezuela and New Grenada,
and in the Pacific Ocean, from 1817 to 1830: with the
Narrative of a March from the River Oronoco to Buena-
ventura on the Coast of Choco; and Sketches of the
West Coast of South America, from the Gulf of California
to the Archipelago of Chilöe. Also, Tales of Venezuela;
illustrative of Revolutionary Men, Manners, and Incidents 414
IX. 1. The moral and intellectual Character of the established
Clergy described and vindicated. A Sermon preached
at the visitation of the Bishop of Peterborough at
Oakham, in the county of Rutland, July 14, 1831.
By the Rev. George Wilkins, D.D. (of Nottingham),
in No. 464 of " The Pulpit"
2. The present Degenerate State of the Church. A Sermon
delivered at St. Clement Danes, on Tuesday evening,
October 18, 1831. By the Rev. N. Armstrong, A. B.
In No. 465 of “ The Pulpit"
X. History of the Epidemic Spasmodic Cholera of Russia, in-
cluding a copious account of the disease, which has pre-
vailed in India, and which has travelled under that name
from Asia into Europe. Illustrated by numerous official
and other documents, explanatory of the nature, treat-
ment, and prevention of the malady. By Bisset Haw-
kins, M. D.
XI. 1. An Essay on Junius and his Letters; embracing a sketch
of the Life and Character of William Pitt, Earl of Chat-
ham, and memoirs of certain other distinguished indivi-
duals; with reflections, historical, personal, and political,
relating to the affairs of Great Britain and America,
from 1763 to 1785. By Benjamin Waterhouse, M. D.
2. Letters on Junius, addressed to John Pickering, Esq.
showing that the Author of that celebrated work was
Earl Temple. By Isaac Newhall
XII. Topographical History of Leicestershire, being the first of
a series of the Counties of England and Wales on the
same plan. By the Rev. T. Curtis
XIII. Oliver and Boyd's Catechisms
XIV. The Sunday Library; or the Protestants’ Manual for the
Sabbath Day. By the Rev. T. F. Dibdin
XV. A Manual of Jurisprudence, compiled from the best Legal
Works, &c. By Michael Ryan, M. D.
Literary and Miscellaneous Intelligence
Notice to Correspondents.