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7679, D. The perils of the nation. An appeal to the legislature, the clergy, and the higher and middle classes. 2d edition. London, 1843. 11083, 0, 3. The great cause of the present distress, and the remedy. By Dixon H. Chapman. 3d edition. London, 1843. 10980, O. The influence of aristocracies on the revolutions of nations, considered in relation to the present circumstances of the British empire. By James J. Macintyre. London, 1843. 11083, O. What is to be done 2 or past, present and future. 2d edition. London, 1844. 11202, 0.1. Some thoughts on the influence which the misgovernment of Ireland and the political agitation produced by that misrule are likely to exert on the political relations of the great powers of Europe, with each other and with the United States of America. By an Anglo-Irishman. London, 1844. 11202, O. 3. The beginning of the end. By a member of the Carlton Club. London, 1844. 11083, 0.2. The distress of the nation, its causes and remedies. By C. Enderby. London, 1844. 11147, O. The Irish Question, considered in its integrity. By Viscount Wellesley. Dublin, 1844. 11202, O. 2. Hints towards the pacification of Ireland, addressed to the ruling powers of the day. By John, Earl of Shrewsbury. London, 1844. 12000, 0.4. Wealth and want. By D. Urquhart. London, 1845. S230, D. Ireland and her agitators. By Wm. O'Neill Daunt, Esq. Dublin, 1845. 13551, 0, 1. The advantages of free trade to the landed interest. By Wm. Brown, Esq. Liverpool, 1845. 11398, O. See Jolliret, p. 1108. 11291, 0.4. Anglo-Indian policy during and since the Afghan war. By Frederick Holme, M. A. Edinburgh, 1845. 11612, O. The Catholic claims. A letter to the Lord Bishop of Cashel. By Baptist W. Noel. 2d edition. London, 1845. S363, D. The aristocracy of England, a history for the people. By Hampden, Jr. (W m. Howitt.) London, 1846. 117S7, O. 7. Two letters on the rackrent oppression of Ireland, its source, evils, and remedy. By William Conner. Dublin, 1846. S913, D. 1. On heroes and hero-worship, and the heroic in history. By Thomas Carlyle. New York, 1846. S912, D. Past and present, and Chartism. By Thomas Carlyle. New York, 1 S47. 12001, 0, 13. A clergyman's apology for favoring the removal of Jewish disabilities. London, 1847. 12001, O. 5. Convict treatment and national defences. London, 1847. S$31, D. The black book of England, exhibiting the existing state policy and administration of the united kingdom. London, 1 S47. Sö39, D. The Irish priest; or what of Ireland 2 London, 1847. 12001, 0, 16. The position of the Jews, as indicated and affected by the return to Parliament of Baron Lionel de Rothschild. By M. P. Haynes, IS47. 11903. O. 4. Letters on the state of Ireland. By the Earl of Rosse. London, 1847. 11913, O. 5. Ireland saved, without cost. By R. Torrens. London, 1847. l 1903, 0. 6. Torrens's speech on emigration. IS47. 11903 & 11S22. O. S. How to reconstruct the industrial condition of Ireland. By James Ward. London. 1S47. 11903, O. S. Remedies for Ireland. By J. Ward. London, 1847. 12to 1, 0, 14. The royalty of the crown. London, IS4S. 1-ol. O. 12. A letter on the admission of Jews to Parliament. By Rev. T. R. Birks. London, 1S4S.
12110, O. 4. Letter to the marquess of Lansdowne on the late revolution in France. By Lord Brougham. London, 1848. 8764, D. 2. English misrule and Irish misdeeds. By Aubrey de Vere. London, 1848. 11982, O. The condition and prospects of Ireland. By Jonathan Pim. Dublin, 1848. 12074, 0.3. Ireland and the Channel Islands, or a remedy for Ireland. By Charles L. Quesne. London, 1848. 12001, O. 11. A few words on Jewish disabilities. By Henry Fandel. London, 1848. 12001, O. 14. Reply to the arguments against the removal of Jewish disabilities. By F. H. Goldsmid. London, 1848. 12001, O. 18. Remarks deprecating the proposed admission of Jewish subjects to seats in the House of Commons. By Rev. J. T. Robinson. London, 1848. 12001, 0.17. Ought Baron de Rothschild to sit in parliament? By B. Wanoven. London, 1848. 12001, 0.9. Letter to Lord J. Russel on the admission of Jews to Parliament, &c., By Rev. J. W. Trower. London, 1848. 12001, O. 10. The Jew bill speech of Sir R. H. Inglis. London, 1848. 12001, 0. 6. The national defences. London, 1848. 12001, 0.15. Remarks on admitting Jews into Parliament. By Euphron. London, 1848. 12001, O. 3. Remarks on the present state of our West India colonies. London, 1848. 12283, O. 1. The events of 1848, especially in their relation to Great Britain. A letter to the Marquis of Lansdowne. By R. Moncton Milnes. London, 1849. 9311, D. Sketches of reforms and reformers of Great Britain and Ireland. By Henry B. Stanton. New York, 1849. 12404, O. 2. Tactics for the times as regards the condition and treatment of the dangerous classes. By Jelinger C. Symons. London, 1849. 12283, O. 3. A few brief comments on Sir C. J. Napier's letter to Hobhouse. By W. Builton. London, 1849. 12283, 0.4. Turkey and Great Britain. By a native. London, 1849.
1850 TO 1856.
9594, D. A career in the Commons: or letters to a young member of Parliament. By W. L. Harle. London, 1850. 12484, O. Britain redeemed and Canada preserved. By F. A. Wilson and A. B. Richards. London, 1850. 12824, 0. 6. Parallels between the constitution and constitutional history of England and Hungary. By J. Toulmin Smith, Esq. From the 2d English edition. Boston, 1850. 9556, D. 1. Latter-day pamphlets. By Thomas Carlyle. Boston, 1850. 12494, 0.4. What is to be done with Turkey Z London, 1850. 9607, D. 1. The past and future of Ireland. London, 1850. 12644, O. 6. Two letters to the Earl of Aberdeen on the State prosecutions of the Neapolitan Government. By Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone. 4th edition. London, 1851. 12644, 0.8. See Gladstone, p. 1233. 12644, O. 7. Further facts connected with the West Indies. A second letter to the Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M. P. By Lord Stanley, M. P. London, 1851. 13547, 0.1. A portion of the debate on the Irish Chancery Bill, Feb'y, 1850. London, 1851. 155
13035, O. 1. Letter to Sir E. Bulwer Lytton, commenting on the policy advocated in his letters to John Bull, Esq. By W. Bull, one of John's sons. London, 1851. 13546, O 3. The act of settlement, and the pope's apostolic letters. By C. P. Cooper. London, 1851. 13546, O. 4. The ultra party amongst the English Roman Catholics. London, 1851. 13546, 0.5. The common law of the pope's apostolic letters. London, 1851. 13546, O. 6. Oxford university commission. Mr. Preston Cooper's letter to the Duke of Wellington. Six copies only printed. London, 1851. 13546, O. 7. The pope's brief of September, 1850, &c. Edited by C. P. Cooper. London, 1851. 13546, O. 8. The pope's apostolical letters. Letter by C. P. Cooper. London, 1851. 13546, O. 8. The late edict of Rome. Lord Beaumont's letter. Edited by C. P. Cooper. London, 1850. 13546, O. 9. The government and the Irish Roman Catholic members. London, 1851. 13546, O. 10. The pope's apostolical letters, the act of 26 Henry VIII., &c. Edited by C. P. Cooper. London, 1851. 13546, O. 11. An address to the Roman Catholics of England. London, 1851. 101.77, D. Memoirs of the Whig party during my time. By Henry Richard Lord Holland. Edited by his son Henry Edward Lord Holland. Vol. 1. London, 1852. 10431, D. Freedom and independence for the golden lands of Australia; the right of the colonies and the interest of Britain, and of the world. By John D. Lang, D. D. London, 1852. 13035, O. 2. On national defence in England. By Baron P. E. Maurice. Translated by Capt. J. E. Addison. London, 1852. 12792, O. History of the Whig ministry of 1830, to the passing of the reform bill. By John Arthur Roebuck, M. P. 2 vols. London, 1852. 13638, O. 8. How wars are got up in India. Origin of the Burmese war. By Richard Cobden, M. P. London, 1853. 13098, 0.1. India reform, No. 6. The government of India, under a bureaucracy. By John Dickinson, Jr. London, 1853. 13087, O. The colonial policy of Lord John Russell's administration. By Earl Grey. 2 vols. London, 1853. 13065, O. The administration of the East India Company; a history of Indian progress. By John William Kay. London, 1853. 13093, 0.4. The struggle past; the fallacies, absurdities and presumption of “The coming struggle,” and similar millenarian vaticinations. 6th edition. Edinburgh, 1853. 11321, D. 2. Letters of an American, mainly on Russia and revolution. By Walter Savage Landor. London, 1854. 10790, D. 3. Russia and the Eastern question. By Richard Cobden. Boston, 1854. 13580, O. Thirty years of foreign policy. A history of the secretaryships of the Earl of Aberdeen and Wiscount Palmerston. By the author of “D'Israeli, a biography.” London, 1855.
HISTORY OF RUSSIA AND POLAND.
Allen, 10764, D. Autocracy (sic) in Poland and Russia; or a description of Russian misrule in Poland, and an account of the surveillance of Russian spies at home and abroad. Including the experience of an exile. By Julian Allen. New York, 1854.
Bradfield, 7772, D. 2. A Russian's reply to the Marquis de Custine’s “Russia in 1839.” Edited by H. J. Bradfield, Esq. London, 1844.
Chesney, 10731, D. The Russo-Turkish occupations of 1828 and '29; with a view of present state of affairs in the east. By Colonel Chesney. With an appendix containing the diplomatic correspondence between the four powers, and the secret correspondence between the Russian and English governments. With maps. New York, 1854.
Clausewitz, 10838, O. . The campaign of 1812 in Russia. Translated from
o German of Gen. Carl Von Clausewitz. With a map. London, 843. Cobden, 10790, D. 3. Russia and the eastern question. By Richard Cobden, #; M. P. With an introduction by an American citizen. Boston, 854. Custine, 7668, D. The empire of the Czar. By the Marquis de Custine. Translated from the French. 3 vols. London, 1843. 7668, D. Russia. Translated from the French of the Marquis de Custine. New York, 1854. (See Bradfield, supra.) Faure, 10054, O. Souvenirs du nord, ou la guerre, la Russie et les Russes, ou l'Esclavage, par M. R. Faure. A Paris, 1821. Fezensac, 10287, D. A journal of the Russian campaign of 1812. Translated from the French of Lieut.-Gen'l De Fezensac; with an introduction by Col. W. Knollys. London, 1852. Gurowski, 10697, D. Russia as it is. By Count A. de Gurowski. New York, 1854. Harper, 13415, O. 3. See p. 1458. Herberstein, 12927, O. Vol. for 1851. Notes upon Russia; being a translation of the earliest accounts of that country, entitled Rerum Muscoviticarum Commentarii, by Sigismund von Herberstein, Ambassador from Germany in 1517. Translated and edited by R. H. Major. 2 vols. in 1. Printed for the Hakluyt Society. London, 1851. Hitchcock, 7817, D. Windication of Russia and the Emperor Nicholas. By David K. Hitchcock. Boston, 1844. Jesse, 10877, D. Russia and the war. Captain Jesse. London, 1834. Joyce, 10914, 2. The Cossack and the Turk; a popular account of the present crisis. By Arthur J. Joyce. 2d edition. London, 1854. Ramenski, 9854, D. Kamenski's age of Peter the Great. With notes and a preface by Ivan Golovin. London, 1851. Kelly, 10802, D. The history of Russia, from the earliest period to the present time. Compiled from authentic sources, including the works of Karamsin, Tooke and Ségur. By Walter R. Kelly. 2 vols. London, 1854. (Bohn's standard library.) * Rohl, 10929, O. 7423 & 7491, D. Russia and the Russians, in 1842. By J. G. Kohl. Philadelphia, 1843, London, 1842. Krasinski, 9108, D. 2. The Cossacks of the Ukraine. By Count H. Krasinski. London, 1849. 11305, D. The Cossacks of the Ukraine, comprising biographical notices of Mazeppa, Pugatchet, &c., and a description of the Ukraine. By Count Henry Krasinski. London, 1848. Latham, 13279, O. See p. 1148.
Michelet, 10199, D. 2. The martyrs of Russia. By J. Michelet. London, 1851. Mérimée, 11142, D. Episode de l'histoire de Russie: Les faux Démetrius. Par Prosper Mérimée. Paris, 1853. Monteith, 11253, D. Narrative of the conquest of Finland by the Russians in 1808–9. From an unpublished work by a Russian officer. Edited by Gen. Monteith. London, 1854. Morell, 10966, D. The neighbors of Russia, and history of the present war to the siege of Sebastopol. By John R. Morell. New York, 1854. Royer, 11285, D. The English prisoners in Russia. A personal narrative of the 1st Lieut. of H. M. S. Tiger. By Alfred Royer. London, 1854. Salvandy, 10091, O. Histoire de Pologne avant et sous le Roi Jean Sobieski, par N. A. de Salvandy. 3 tom. Paris, 1830. Saxton, 9893, D. Fall of Poland containing an analytical and philosophical account of the causes which conspired in the ruin of that nation; together with a history of the country from its origin. By L. C. Saxton. 2 vols. New York, 1851. Schnitzler, 11975, O. Secret history of the court and government of Russia under Alexander and Nicholas. By J. H. Schnitzler. 2 vols. London, 1847. * Spencer, 10833, D. The fall of the Crimea. By Captain Spencer. With illustrations. London, 1854. Tochman, 12697, O. 2. Lecture on the social, political and literary condition of Poland and her future prospects, conjointly with the policy of Russia towards the United States. By Major G. Tochman, a Polish exile. Baltimore, 1844. Urquhart, 11425, D. Progress of Russia in the west, north, and south, by opening the sources of opinion and appropriating the channels of wealth and power. By David Urquhart. London, 1853. Vioménil, 10132, O. Lettres particulières du Baron de Vioménil sur les affaires de Pologne en 1771 et 1772. A Paris, 1808. Wakefield, 2298, Q. 1. Russia. By a Manchester manufacturer, author of “England and America.” (E. G. Wakefield.) Edinburgh, 1836. 2298, Q. 2. Russia. In answer to a Manchester manufacturer. (E. G. Wakefield.) London, 1837. 6298, D. Cabinet cyclopedia; history of Russia. 3 vols. London, 1836. 11405, O. Système de législation, d'administration et de politique de la Russie en 1844. Par un homme d’état Russe. Paris, 1845.
Note.—For other works relating to the war of 1855 against Russia, see HisToRY of THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, infra, and for other histories of the expedition to Russia in 1812, see Chambray, p. 1492, and Segur, p. 1496.
HISTORY OF DENMARK, SWEDEN, AND NORWAY.
Bunsen, 12074, 0.1. Memoir of the constitutional rights of the Duchies of