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THE

QUARTERLY REVIEW.

VOL. XXXIV.

PUBLISHED IN

JUNE 8 SEPTEMBER, 1920.

LONDON:

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

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VI.---Memoirs of Antonio Canova, with a critical Analysis of

his Works, and an Historical View of Modern Sculp-

ture. By S. Memes, A.M., Member of the Astrono-

nomical Society of London, &c.

110

VII.-1. Faust, a Drama, by Goethe, with Translations from

the German. By Lord Francis Leveson Gower.

2. Posthumous Poems. By Percy Bysshe Shelley. - 136

Page. VIII.1. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society.

vol. i.
2. Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of

Manchester. 2d Series. vol. iv.
3. Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Corn-

wall, instituted February 11. vol. i. and ii.
4. Report of the Liverpool Royal Intstitution.
5. Bristol Institution. Proceedings of the Second Annual

Meeting, held February 10, 1825, &c.
6. Annual Report of the Council of the Yorkshire Philo-
sophical Society for 1824.

- 153 IX.-1. A Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, proposing to finish

- the East Wing of Somerset House for national Galle

ries. By J. W. Croker, Esq.
2. Observations on the Buildings, Improvements, and

Extension of the Metropolis, of late years ; with some

Suggestions, &c.
3. Sketch of the North Bank of the Thames, showing

the proposed Quay, and some other Improvements,

suggested by Lieutenant-Colonel Trench.'
4. Considerations upon the Expediency of Building a

Metropolitan Palace. By a Member of Parliament.
5. A Letter to the Right Honourable Sir Charles Long,

on the Improvements proposed and now carrying on in

the Western part of London.
6. Short Remarks and Suggestions upon the Improvements
now carrying on or under consideration.

- 179 X.-1. Memoirs of the Life of Jobn Philip Kemble, Esquire,

including a History of the Stage from the time of Gar

rick to the present period. By James Boaden, Esquire. 2. Reminiscences of Michael Kelly, of the King's Theatre, and Theatre Royal Drury Lane, including a period of nearly half a century; with Original Anecdotes of many distinguished Personages, Political, Literary, and Musical.

196 XI.— The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius

Cæsar to the Revolution of 1688. By David Hume,
Esq. -

248 List of New Publications.

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