5. A Few Months in America. By JAMES ROBERTSON.
6. Statistics of the Cotton Trade. By RICHARD BURN.
7. Western India. By ALEXANDER MACKAY. 1853.
8. India as it may be. By GEORGE CAMPBELL. 1853.
9. Indian Irrigation. By Lieutenant-Colonel C. W.
10. Public Works in India. By Lieutenant-Colonel Cotton.
11. How are Increased Supplies of Cotton to be obtained ?
A Paper read before the Society of Arts, London, May
13, 1857. By J. B. SMITH, Esq., M.P.
12. Prospectus of the Madras Irrigation and Canal Com-
VIII. Chansons de Béranger. Edition Complète. 1852. 449
IX. 1. Life in Ancient India. By Mrs. Speir. 1856.
2. Modern India. By GEORGE CAMPBELL, Esq., Civil
3. Letters and Journals of Sir Charles Napier. 1857.
4. Sir. E. PERRY's Bird's-eye View of India.
5. Speeches of Lord John RUSSELL, Mr. DISRAELI, Mr.
MANGLES, Mr. VERNON Smity, and Viscount Pal-
MERSTON, on the Debate on India, on Monday, the
27th of July.
6. Speeches of Sir De LACY Evans and Viscount PAL-
MERSTON, on Tuesday, the 11th of August, on the
Indian Crisis, and the Military Measures necessary.
7. Sketch of the Political History of India from the Intro-
duction of Mr. Pitt's Bill, 1784 to 1811. By JOHN
MALCOLM, Lieutenant-Colonel in the Madras Army,
Resident at Mysore, and Envoy to the Court of
8. The English in Western India. By the Rev. J. ANDER-
SON, A.M. 1856.
9. The Mutiny of the Bengal Army, by One who has
served under Sir C. Napier. 1857.
10. The Mutiny of the Bengal Army. 1857.
11. Allen's Indian Mail, July, August, and September.
12. Remarks on the Native Troops of the Indian Army.
By Major John JACOB. 1854.
13. History of the East India Company. By J. W. KAYE.
14. Les Anglais et l'Inde, par E. de VALBEZEN. 1857.
15. The Homeward Mail, August 31.