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NOETH BRITISH REVIEW.
EDINBURGH: W. P- KENNEDY, SOUTH ST. ANDREW STREET;
LONDON: HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.; DUBLIN: JAMES M'GLASHAN.
CONTENTS OP No. XL
I. The History and Antiquities of the Anglo-Saxon Church.
By John Lingard, D.D. 2 Vols. London, 1845. 1
II. 1. A Collection of Old Ballads anterior to the Reign of
Charles I. Edited by J. Payne Collier, Esq., for the
Percy Society. 1840.
2. A Collection of Songs and Ballads relative to the Lon-
don Apprentices and Trades, &c, during the Reigns of
Henry VHJ., Elizabeth, and James I. Edited by
Charles Mackay, Esq., for the Percy Society. 1841.
3. The Book of Scottish Ballads. By Alexander White-
law. Glasgow, 1845 25
HI. The Works of Walter Savage Landor. 2 Vols. 8vo.
London, 1846 59
rV. The Philosophy of Trade; or, Outlines of a Theory of
Profits -and Prices, including an Examination of the
Principles which determine the relative value of Corn
Labour and Currency. By Patrick James Stirling.
Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd. 1846. ... 87
V. 1. Vindication of the Ancient Independence of Scotland.
By John Allen. London: Charles Knight. 1833.
2. Documents and Records illustrating the History of
Scotland and the Transactions between the Crowns of
England and Scotland, preserved in the Treasury of
Her Majesty's Exchequer. Vol. I. Collected and
Edited by Sir Francis Palgrave, K.H., of the Honour-
able Society of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law
Keeper of the Records in the aforesaid Treasury
Printed by Command of Her Majesty Queen Victoria,
in pursuance of an Address of the House of Commons
of Great Britain; and under the Direction of the Com-
missioners on the Public Records of the Kingdom.