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THE

NORTH BRITISH REVIEW.

EDINBURGH :

PRINTED BY T. CONSTABLE, PRINTER TO HER MAJESTY. THE

NORTH BRITISH REVIEW.

MAY-AUGUST 1851.

VOL. XV.

EDINBURGH:

W. P. KENNEDY, SOUTH ST. ANDREW STREET ;

LONDON : HAMILTON, ADAMS, AND CO.;

DUBLIN: JAMES M'GLASHAN.

MDCCCLI.

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CONTENTS OF No. XXIX.

ART.

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I. Revue des deux Mondes. Paris, 1849 and 1850,

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II. 1. The Progress of the Intellect, as exemplified in the Re-

ligious Development of the Greeks and Hebrews. By

Robert William Mackay. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1850.

2. The Purpose of Existence popularly considered, in rela-

tion to the Origin, Development, and Destiny of the

Human Mind. London, 1850.

3. Phases of Faith ; Passages from the History of my

Creed. By Francis William Newman, late Fellow of

Balliol College, Oxford. London, 1850.

4. The Soul, her Sorrows and her Aspirations; an Essay

towards the Natural History of the Soul as the true basis

of Theology. By Francis William Newman. 2d Edition.

London, 1849.

5. Culte Systématique de l'Humanité. Calendrier Positi-

viste, ou Systême Général de Commémoration Publique.

Par Auguste Comte. Paris, 1850,

III. 1. The Personal History and Experience of David Copper-

field the Younger. By Charles Dickens. London, 1850.

2. The History of Pendennis. By William Makepeace

Thackeray. London, 1850,

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IV. 1. Formal Logic; or, the Calculus of Inference, Necessary

and Probable. By Augustus De Morgan, of Trinity Col-

lege, Cambridge, Fellow of the Cambridge Philosophical

Society, Secretary of the Royal Astronomical Society,

Professor of Mathematics in University College, London.

London, 1847.

2. On the Symbols of Logic, the Theory of the Syllogism,

and, in particular, of the Copula, and the Application of

the Theory of Probabilities to some Questions of Evidence.

From the Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical

Society. Vol. IX. Part I. By Augustus De Morgan,

Sec. R.A.S., of Trinity College, Cambridge, Professor of

Mathematics in University College, London. Cambridge,

1850.

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