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serve as.“ a key to the events satirized or otherwise com- ; It is stated that. a new novel by the authoress of
mented on." “Adam Bede" is completed, and will be published at
The library of the late Baron HUMBOLDT, purchased Easter. Mr. ANTHONY TROLLOPE's new story, "Orley
soon after his death by Mr. Henry STEPHENS, is now in Farm," is to be published in twenty monthly shilling parts, London, and will shortly pass under the hammer. It the first of which is issued to-day. Each part is to.con consists of about sixteen thousand volumes, forming about tain two illustrations by Mr. MILLAIS.
twelve thousand distinot works. A great many of the The new ladies' shilling magazine, to a rumour respect- books are presentation copies, with the antographs of ing which we referred last month, is to be commenced their authors. None of them have HUMBOLDT'S Own on the first of April, under the title of the St. James's autograph, but the fly-leaves of many of them, ---HUM-, Magazine. It is to be edited by Mrs. S. C. Hall, and BOLDT never wrote upon the margins of books,-are published by SAUNDERS, OTLEY, and Co.
filled with manuscript notes from his pen. Several other new periodicals are announced to be
It is stated that Lord BROUGHAM has written, and is commenced immediately. One is a half-crown quarterly, about to publish, an autobiography. A " History of to be called the Museum,, to be devoted to “education, England and France imder the House of Lancaster," literature, and science," and to number: Mr. EDWIN which appeared' anonymously, and without attraoting CHADWICK, the Rev. J. Currie, Mr. W. Scort DaGLEISH, much attention, in 1855, now turns out to have been the Rev. E. W. FARRAR, Mr. JAMES HANNAY, Mr. J. D. from the pen of his versatile lordship, and is announced MORREL, and Dr. SCHMITZ,, among its contributors. to be included in the collected edition of his writings Another is to be called the Christian Advocate and which has now for some time been in progress. Review, and is to be similar in size to the Athenæum, to
The portion of his “ History of England " which the sell for sixpence, to be published monthly, and to be late Lord MACAULAY left in mannscript, but ready for the edited by clergymen of the Church of England. A third, press, will be published by the Messi's. LONGMAN the Compass, will be a threepenny weekly, religious on the 15th of this month. It is also said that a newspaper, and both it and the Christian Advocate will second volume of Mr. BUCKLE'S - History of Civilizabe mainly devoted to the defence of the principles of tion” will appear about the same time. evangelical religion, especially against that class of oppo
Amongst the other books which are announced to nents to which the authorsof the Essays and Reviews belong. appear immediately, the most important are a life of the
The Essays and Reviews are now in their fifth edition. late Mr. BRUNEL, by Sir Richard BeamisĦ; F.R.S. ; a The whole of the fourth edition was sold in the course of new volume of poems by Mr. GERALD Massey, to be three or four days. The first three editions were published entitled" HAVELOCK, and other Poems; a translation by Messrs. J. W. PARKER and SON (now PARKER, Son, from the Italian of a book entitled " NAPOLEON BONAand Bourn), but this house has declined to be farther PARTE the First," and said to be from the pen of NAPOconnected with the work, and the fourth and fifth editions LEON's brother, Louis BONAPARTE, ex-king of Holland ; & have been issued by the Messrs. LONGMAN.
new edition, almost entirely re-written, of Mr. ROBERT Two new magazines issued their first number on the BROWNING's poem, “Sordello ; " " The Natural History of fifteenth of the month just past. One, the Owlet Papers, is a Ceylon," by Sir JAMES EMERSON TENNANT ;" three lecshilling miscellany devoted to light literature; the other, tures “On Translating Homer;" by Mr. MATTHEW ARNOLD, the Cosmopolitan Review, sells for sixpence, and announces the well-known poet, and Professor pf Poetry at Oxford; itself as being established " for the promulgation of the and “The Spirit of the Hebrew Poetry," by Mr. ISAAC programme of GARIBALDI,"—the“ programme" referred to TAYLOR, author of the "Natural History of Enthusiasm." being that statement of political principles, signed by The celebrated French dramatist, EUGENE SCRIBE, died GARIBALDI, which appeared some time ago in a Sicilian the other day. His plays number some hundreds ; he paper, then under the editorship of ALEXANDRE Dumas.
produced three or four almost every year, from 1815 to A new penny daily newspaper, to be called the Daily 1860. The fortune he gained by them was immense. Review, is announced to be commenced in Edinburgh on Mrs. GORE has also departed this life since our last tho-8th of March. It will advocate the views of a certain issue. She was one of the most witty and brilliant women section of the Free Church. The name of Dr. CANDJASH of her time, as well as one of its most prolific novelists. is mentioned in connexion with it.
“She wrote," we read in the Times, "from sixty to seventy Messrs. SAUNDERS and Orley's Oriental Budget entered different works, extending to nearly two hundred volumes upon a new and greatly enlarged-series with the January - a little library in itself. Her various publications fola number, its price being at the same time raised from lowed each other with inconceivable rapidity; sometimes threepence to a shilling It now gives per number more at the rate of à volume per month. But the most remarkinformation in literature and art than any other journal able point of all this fertility is that in the two hundred we know. It is said to be under the editorship of the volumes there is soarcely to be found a single dull page. Rev. Mr. BRADLEY, better known as “CUTHBERT BEDE.”— Her wit for the most part took the form of simile; but The London Reviow, since Dr. MACKAY ceased to conduct her comparisons were so subtle and her allusions -so swift it, has been under the editorship of Mr. LAWRENOE that she kept the reader's attention at a very high level of OLIPHANT, Lord ELGIN's late secretary, and the gentle aotivity. Whether she wrote a poem or a play, a novel man who has just been appointed to tlie English consulate ora sketoh, the composition was always above mediocrity. at Japan.
And then for the matter--it was interesting while it was "A re-isste of Puneh, in monthly volumes, each volume new, and it will be interesting again when it is old. containing the numbers for half a year, commences to Some future MACAULAY will turn to her pages for a perfect day. The publishers advertise the re-issue as “ Punel's picture of life as we find it in the upper crust of society." History of the last Twenty Years," claiming, with some She died in her sixty-first year.