I. THE GREEK AND ROMAN SCHISM.
Mediæval Greece and Trebizond. The History of Greece,
from its Conquest by the Turks, and of the Empire of
Trebizond. By George Finlay, H.M.R.S.L. .
II. THE EDUCATION QUESTION.
1. Outline of a Plan for Combining State Assistance with
Safety of Church Education. By George Antony
Denison, M.A., Vicar of East Brent.
2. Plan for the Establishment of a General System of
Secular Instruction in England and Wales, adopted
by the General Council of the National Public School
Association. March 17, 1851.
3. Instructions for the Draft of a Bill to Promote Education
in the Municipal Boroughs of Manchester and Salford.
February, 1851. . . . . . . . 35
III. ANTIQUITIES IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM.
1. Handbook to the Antiquities in the British Museum :
Being a Description of the Remains of Greek, Assy-
rian, Egyptian, and Etruscan Art preserved there.
By W. S. W. Vaux, M.A., F.S.A., Assistant in the
Department of Antiquities, British Museum, With
Numerous Illustrations. -
2. The Museum of Classical Antiquities: A Quarterly
Journal of Architecture, and the Sister Branches of
Classic Art. Edited by Edward Falkener, Architect.
J. W. Parker, Parts II. and III, . . . ,
IV. BROWNE'S CLASSICAL LITERATURE.
A History of Classical Literature. By R. W. Browne, M.A. 96
V. CARLYLE'S LIFE OF STERLING.
The Life of John Sterling. By Thomas Carlyle. . 115
VI. MiGNET'S HISTORY OF MARY, QUEEN OF Scots.
The History of Mary, Queen of Scots. By F. A. Mignet. 142
VII. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST.
The Church of Christ, in its Idea, Attributos, and Ministry:
with a Particular Reference to the Controversy on the
Subject between Romanists and Protestants. By
Edward Arthur Litton, M.A., late Fellow of Oriel
College, Oxford. . . . . . . . 163
VIII. MARY MAYNARD'S POEMS.
Poems, By Mary Maynard. : : : : : 184