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THE

Irish

Quarterly Review.

VOL. IV.

DUBLIN:

W. B. KELLY, AND FOR R. SHEW,

8, GRAFTON-STREET.

LONDON SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO.

MELBOURNE: AUSTRALIAN AGENT, G. ROBERTSON.

1854.

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THE

No. XIII.-MARCH, 1854.

VOL. IV.

CONTENTS.

ARTICLE.

I. OUR JUVENILE CRIMINALS: THE SCHOOL-
MASTER OR THE GAOLER:

1. Report of Committee on Criminal and
Destitute Juveniles. Presented to House of
Commons, in December, 1852.

2. The Condition and Education of Poor Chil-
dren in English, and in German Towns. By
Joseph Kay, Esq., M A. of Trinity College,
Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law; Published for
The Manchester Statistical Society. London:
Longman and Co., 1853.

3. Memoirs of Convicted Prisoners; Accom-
panied by Remarks on the Causes and Preven-
tion of Crime. By the Rev. H. S. Joseph,
Chaplain of Chester Castle. London: Weirtheim
and Mackintosh, 1858,

4. A place of Repentance; or an Account
of the London Colonial Training Institution
and Ragged Dormitory, for the Reformation.
of Youthful and Adult Male Criminals, Great
Smith Street, Westminster. By Samuel Martin,
Minister of Westminster Chapel. Second
Edition. London: James Nisbet and Co.,
1852.

5. Juvenile Depravity. £100 Prize Essay. By
Rev. Henry Worsley, M.A., Late Michel
Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, Rector of
Easton, Suffolk. Dedicated By Special Permis-
sion to the Lord Bishop of Norwich. 1 vol.
London: Charles Gilpin. 1849.

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