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CONTENTS OF NO. CXXXIX.
2. Greece as a Kingdom; or a Statistical Description of that Country.
VI.-1. Report of the Commissioners for Inquiring into the Condition of
Children employed in Mines, &c.
3. The Flower Garden : containing Directions for the Cultivation of
all Garden F1 vers.
of Horticulture, Floriculture, Arboriculture, and Landscape-Gar-
5. An Encyclopædia of Plants, with Figures of nearly Ten Thousand
Species. Edited by J. C. Loudon. 6. Elements of Botany, Structural, Physiological, Systematical, and Medi
cal. By John Lindley, Ph. D., Professor of Botany in University
College. 7. A Pocket Botanical Dictionary: comprising the Names, History, and
Culture of all Plants known in Britain. By Joseph Paxton, F. L. S.,
H, S., &c. 8. Botany for Ladies; or a Popular Introduction to the Natural System
of Plants. By Mrs. Loudon. 9. The Orchidaceæ of Mexico and Guatemala. By James Bateman, Esq. 10. Illustrations of the Genera and Species of Orchidaceous Plants. By
Francis Bauer, Esq. With Notes and Prefatory Remarks by Dr.
Lindley. 11. Sertum Orchideum; or a Wreath of the most beautiful Orchidaceous
Plants. By Dr. Lindley. 12. A History of British Ferns. By Edward Newman, F. L. S. 13. Poetry of Gardening, from The Carthusian,' a Miscellany in Prose
VIII.- Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Author of Evelina,'
· Cecilia,' &c. Volumes I., II., and III.,
II.-1. Aioxúdov Xonpopo.. The Choëphoræ of Æschylus, with Notes critical,
explanatory, and philological. By the Rev. T. W. Peile, M.A., &c.