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The London Quarterly Review. No. CLXXXIX July 1854. American Edition. Vol. XLII. No. I

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Book condition: Very Good
  • Edition: First American Edition
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  • Publisher: Leonard Scott & Co.
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1854

New York: Leonard Scott & Co., 1854. American Edition, republication of the London, Edinburgh, North British, and Westminster Quarterly Reviews. No. CCCXXII. 4to. Original green wrappers, 140, iv pp. Advertising for Rowland's Macassar Oil, Rowlands' Kalydor, and Rowlands' Odonto on rear cover. 8 important articles. Reviews of: The House of Commons by Charles R. Dod, Esq. (manufactory of statute law, Lord Brougham, Sir Charles Barry, British Constitution, Derby administration, Baron Rothschild, Reform Bill, Sir Bulwer Lytton). History of Latin Christianity by Henry Hart Milman; Dramatic Register for 1853; A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology edited by W. Smith, LL.D., A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by same author, and A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, also by Smith. Article V is an 8-part review of pieces on the Electric Telegraph: Télégraphe Electrique: Documents relatifs à l'Etablissement de Lignes Télégraphiques en Belgique. Bruxelles, 1850; Electric Science: its History, Phenomena, and Application by F. C. Bakewell, London, 1853; The Electric Telegraph: its History and Progress by Edward Highton, London, 1852; Guide to the Electric Telegraph by Charles Maybury, 1850; Historical Sketch of the Electric Telegraph; with an Historical Account of its Rise and Progress and present Condition by Lawrence Turnbull, Philadelphia, 1853; Traité de Télégraphie Électrique. Par M. l'Abbé Moigno. 2nd edit. Paris, 1852; New York Industrial Exhibition. Special report of Mr. Joseph Whitworth. Present to Parliament by command of Her Majesty, London, 1854. Illustrated with in-text engravings. Article VI: Christianity in Melanesia and New Zealand: Life in Fejee, or Five Years among the Cannibals. By a lady. 1851; Journals of the Bishop of New Zealand's Visitation Tours. Printed for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel; Colonial Church Chronicle. Vol. VI for 1852, 1853; A Letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle on Behalf of the Melanesian Mission of the Bishop of New Zealand. By Lewis M. Hogg, Rector of Cranford, Northamptonshire, London, 1853. Remarkable Incidents in the Life of the Rev. Samuel Leigh, Missionary to the Settlers and Savages of Australia and New Zealand. By the Rev. Alexander Strachan. London, 1853; Our Antipodes: or, Residence and Rambles in the Australasian Colonies by Lieut. Col. Godfrey Charles Mundy. 3 vols. London, 1852; Parliamentary Papers on the Affairs of New Zealand. 1849, 1850; Auckland, the Capital of New Zealand, and the country adjacent; including some Account of the Gold Discovery in New Zealand. London, 1853. Article VII: Queen Elizabeth and Her Favourites, 4 articles: The Lives of the Queens of England, &c. by Agnes Strickland, Vols. VI, VII, London, 1843; Memoirs of the Life and times of Sir Christopher Hatton by Sir Harris Nicolas, London, 1847; The Romance of the Peerage, or Curiosities of the Family History by George Lillie Craik, Vols. I, II, London, 1848; Lives and Letters of the Devereux Earls of Essex, &c. by the Hon. Walter Bouchier Devereux, 2 vols. London, 1853. Article VIII: Lord Lyndhurst and the Eastern Question: The Speech of Lord Lyndhurst, delivered in the House of Lords on Monday the 19th June, 1854, London, 1854; The Russians in Bulgaria and Rumelia in 1828 and 1829; during the Campaigns of the Danube, the Sieges of Bailow, Varna, Silistria, Shumla, and the Passage of the Balkan by Marshal Diebitch, from the German of Baron von Moltke, Major in the Prussian service, 1854. Wrappers bound in string. Some pages tanning, but paper strong. Very good.. First American Edition. Wrappers. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.