All that needs to be said in the way of introduction to this volume will best take the form of notes on the articles which it contains. 'Conversation and S. T. Coleridge'. , Mr. Finlay's 'History of Greece'. , 'The Assassination of Cæsar'. , The little article on 'Cicero' , Memorial Chronology, The article entitled 'Chrysomania; or the Gold Frenzy at its Present Stage', 'The Defence of the English Peerage', The 'Anti-Papal Movement' , The section on literature more properly will be interesting to many as exhibiting some new points of contact with Wordsworth and Southey, and The articles on the 'Dispersion of the Jews', and on 'Christianity as the result of a Pre-established Harmony'.