of Madvig's “Cicero de Finibus;" with Vol. III. of Wirth's "Outlines of National Economy," are the chief contributions of the quarter to this department.

In history, ecclesiastical and secular, we chronicle Riezler's “Crusade of the the Emperor Frederic I;" Hartmann's " Erhart Schnepff, the Reformer in Swabia, Hesse, and Thuringia;" Sickel's "Contributions to the History of the Council of Trent;" Gröne's “Compendium of Church History;" Busch's "Outline of Early Oriental History" (three vols.); Huyssen's “Discourses and Studies on the Relation of Christian Archæology to Heathen;" Von Maurer's "History of Municipal Constitutions in Germany,” Vol. I.; Pallmann's “ Cimbri and Teutones;” Freytag's "Tiberius and Tacitus;" Part 1 of Vol. III. of Rossbach's " History of Society;" and Dederich's " Campaigns of Drusus' and Tibe. rius into Northwestern Germany."

In biography we have Vol. I. of Dilthey's “Life of Schleiermacher;" Vol. I. of Springer's “Life of Dahlmann;" Janssen's “Life and Views of J. F. Böhmer;" and Schultz's “Life and Work of Luther.”

We group more miscellaneously Braun's “Pictures of the Mohammedan World;'' Part 1 of Vol. II. of Böcking's “Ulrich von Hutten;" Maltzahn's " Travels in the Regencies of Tunis and Tripoli;" Vol. II. of the new edition of Overbeck's “Greek Plastic Art;"' Zahn's edition of Burkhardt's Cicerone;" Vol. I. of Berg's edition of Jonkbloet's “ History of the Literature of the Nether. lands;" Nissen's monograph on the Ancient Temple; Merguet's “ Development of Latin Inflection;" T. Bergk's “Contributions to Latin Grammar;" Vol. I. of 0. Müller's "Statius;" Keil's “Letters of Pliny the Younger;" and Geiger's " Hebrew Studies in Germany, from the end of the 15th to the middle of the 16th Century.”


In addition to the numerous discussions called out by the Council of the Vatican, there are a few theological treatises worthy of record. Among these are Bishop Landriot's "Symbolism;" Thomas's “Resurrection of Jesus Christ;" Waddington's "God and Conscience;" De la Bouillerie's " Eucharist and the Christian Life;" Kruger's “ True Orthodoxy:" the Abbé Michaud's "Spirit and Letter in Religious Morality;" Vacherot's "Science and Conscience;" Veuillot's “Life of Christ;" Saisset's " Origin of Worships aud Mysteries;" Laneyrie's "Systematic Exhibition of Christian Doctrice;" Lorgueilleux' “Studies on Revelation, from the Stand-point of 1789;" Emmanuel on "The Psalms, considered from the Threefold Stand-point of the Letter, the Spirit, and the Liturgical Use;" and Vallotton's "True Saint Paul."

In ethics and philosophy we notice Desjardins' " French Moralist of the 16th Century;" Barthélemy Saint Hilaire's annotated translation of "Aristotle's Rhetoric;" H. Taine on "Intelligence;" E. Charles's new edition of the "Port Royal Logic;" Chevreuil on the “Experimental a posteriori Method, and its Applications :" Pellissier's " Complete Course of Elementary Philosophy;" Pommier's “Monologues of a Recluse (Philosophical and Ethical Studies);" Ribot's “Contemporary English Psychology;" Rognon's “ Miscellanies,-Philosophical, Religious, and Literary ;' Bunot's “Elements of Christian Philosophy;" Joly's "Instinct, its Relations to Life and Intelligence ;" and Pérès' Philosophy of Human Society."

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The contributions of the quarter to general and special history, are as usual quite numerous. Some of the more noteworthy are Louis Blanc's "History of the Revolution of 1848;" Vol. IV. of Lanfrey's “ History of Napoleon 1.;" Mabille's "Kingdom of Aquitania and its Marches under the Carlovingians." Français' “Studies on the Byzantine Historians;" Garat's "Origin of the Basques in France and Spain;" Hamel's “Outline of the History of the French Revolution;" Juste's “Uprising of Holland in 1813, and the Foundation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 1806–17;" Schaeffer's “ Huguenots of the 16th Century;" Baschet's edition of the “Journal of the Council of Trent;" Weil's " Judaism, its Doctrines and Mission;" Des Mousseaux' “The Jew, Judaisma, and the Judaism of Christian Nations ;" Mestral's "Tableau of the Christian Church in the 19th Century;" Bernard's "Origin of the Church of Paris;" Vols. I. and II. of Gillon's “Outline of the History of France;" Part 1 of Ollivier's "Pope Alexander VI., and the Borgias;" Part 1 of Peyrat's " History of the Albigenses;" Part 2' of Hubbard's “ Contemporary History of Spain;" Vol. IV. of Schnitzler's “Empire of the Czars ;" Loyson's " Assembly of the Clergy of France in 1682;" Part 2 of Léon Pagès' "History of the Christian Religion in Japan;" Vol. I. of Hennebert's “History of Hannibal;" Winterer's “ History of Saint Odile, Alsace in the 7th and 8th Centuries;" Mickiewicz' “Politics of the 19th Century;" Part 1 of Vol. I. of Theiner's "History of the Two Concordats of the French Republic, and the Cisalpine Republic;" Vol. II of Schmidt's " Tableaux of the French Revolution;" Beulé's “Titus and his Dynasty;" a new edition of Duruy's “Roman History;" Vol. II. of Langlois' Collection of the Ancient and Modern Historians of Armenia;" the commencement of a new edition of Michaud's “Universal Biography" (to comprise 45 volumes); and Parts 1 and 2 of an “Archæological Dictionary of Gaul, in the Celtic Epoch.” Baron Hubner's "Sixtus V.;" Foisset's “Life of Lacordaire ;" Delaborde's “Life, Works, etc., of Ingres;" and Favre's "Pasquier, Chancellor of France," belong to the department of individual biography.

In archæology and philology a few items should be noticed, such as Vol. I. of a revised and enlarged edition of Garcin de Tassy's “ History of Hindoo and Hindostani Literature;" Agnel's “Influence of Popular Language on the Form of Certain French Words;" Halévy's “Letter to M. d'Abbadie on the Asiatic Origin of the Languages of North Africa ;" Chabas' “ Calendar of the Egyptian Year;" and Boutmy's “Philosophy of Architecture in Greece."

We add only Edgar Quinet's “Creation;" Merlet's "Saint Evremond;" Parieu's “Principles of Political Science;" Renan's “ Constitutional Monarchy in France;" Esquiros' “Emile of the 19th Century;" Lavergne's “ French Economists of the 18th Century;" and Robert's "Popular Education."

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