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THE

Irish

Quarterly Review.

VOL. VIII.

DUBIN
W. B. KELLY, 8, GRAFTON-STREET.

LONDON : SIMPKIN, MARSHALL AND CO.
. I. GASSON, 139, ELIZABETH-STREET, MELBOURNE.

TO BB HAD OF ALL BOOKSELLERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOY.

1858.

THE

IRISH QUARTERLY REVIEW.

No. XXIX.-APRIL, 1858.

VOL. VIII.

CONTENTS.

A GLANCE AT Irish CharitaBLE INSTITUTIONS, by an

English Protestant Lady.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR ON INDUSTRIAL AND REFORMATORY

SCHOOLS FOR IRELAND.

ARTICLE.

PAGE,

I.--ODD PHASES IN LITERATURE. Sixth Paper :-
1. Typographia, or the Printers’ Instructor, including

an account of the origin of Printing, with Biogra-
phical Notices of the Printers of England from
Caxton to the close of the Sixteenth Century. By
J. Johnson, Printer. London : Longman and Co.,

1824.
2. Origines de l’Imprimerie de Paris. Par J. Cheyil-

lier. Paris : 1694.
3. Annales Typographica. Norimberge : 1793.
4. Essai sur les Livres dans l'Antiquité. Par H. Gérand.
Paris : 1840.

1 II.-THE WAR OF THE FEUILLETONS :

1. Les Contemporains, Alexre Dumas, Emile de

Girardin, Eugène Sue, George Sand, Jules Janin,&c.

Par Eugène Mirecourt: 24mo. Paris : 1856-7.
2. Fabrique de Biographies Maison E. de Mirecourt

et Cie. Par un ex Associé Pierre Mazerolle;

24mo. Paris : 1857.
3. Biographie de Jacquot dit de Mirecourt. Par Théo-
phile Deschamps. Paris : 1857.

54

III.-THE FRENCH COMEDY AT PARIS :

1. Histoire Anecdotique du Théatre, de la Littéra

ture, et de diverses impressions contemporaines.

Par Charles Maurice. Paris : Henri Plon. 1856. 2. Moliere and the French Classical Draina.

Madame Blaz de Bury. Charles Knight. 1846.
3. The French Stage and the French People, as il-

lustrated in the Memoirs of M. Fleury. Edited
by Theodore Hook. Henry Colburn. 1841.

By

88

IV.-PatrioTS AND PROSELYTIZERS :

A Letter to Lord St. Leonards on the Manage

ment of the Patriotic Fund, and the Application
of Public Moneys to Proselytizing Purposes. By
the Most Rev. Dr. Cullen, Catholic Archbishop
of Dublin. Third edition, enlarged. Dublin :
James Duffy, 7, Wellington quay, Publisher to
his Grace the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin.
1857.

144

V. THE SCOTCH HISTORIAN :

History of Europe, from the Fall of Napoleon in

1815, to the Accession of Louis Napoleon in
1852. By Sir Archibald Alison, Bart, D.C.L. vol.
VII. William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh
and London, 1858.

209

VI.- PARLIAMENTARY REFORM :

1. Speech of Her Most Gracious Majesty, delivered

from the throne, House of Lords, at the opening
of the 2nd Session of the present Parliament,

Thursday the third of December, 1858.
2. Parliamentary Government considered with re-

ference to a Reform of Parliament--an Essay by
Earl Grey. London : Richard Bentley, New

Burlington-street, 1858.
3. Parliamentary Reform. How the Representation

may be amended, safely, gradually and effectively.
Reprinted, with additions, from the “Globe.”
London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longman,

and Roberts, 1858
4. Reform Pamphlets and Parliament Speeches,
passim.

247

VII.-EDUCATION IN IRELAND :-

1. Report of her Majesty's Commissioners, appointed

to inquire into the Endowments, Funds and Ac-

tual Condition of all Schools endowed for the

purpose of Education in Ireland, accompanied by

Minutes of Evidence, Documents, and Tables of

Schools and Endowments. Dublin : printed by

Alex. Thom and Sons, for Her Majesty's Stationery

Office, 1858.

2. Letter to the Right Hon. Sir George Grey,

Bart., M.P. G. Č. B. Her Majesty's principal

Secretary of State for the Home Department.

By Archibald John Stephens, Esq., one of Her

Majesty's late Commissioners of Inquiry into the

Endowed Schools of Ireland. London: printed

by Eyre and Spotiswood, Printers to the Queen's

most excellent Majesty, 1858.

3. National Education in Ireland. By William

Dwyer Ferguson, LL.D., lately Assistant Com-

missioner, Endowed Schools Commission.

London: Seely and Co. 1858.

300

VIII.-QUARTERLY RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF

REFORMATORY SCHOOLS AND OF Prison DISCIP-

LINE :-Containing-Report of a Visit to English

and Continental Reformatories-Extracts from

the Eleventh Report of the Bristol Ragged

School—from the Third Report of the Red Lodge

Girls' Reformatory-from Fifth Report of the

Park Row Asylum, Bristol—from the Second

Report of the Calder Farm Reformatory-

Report of the Benevolent Apprenticing Society

-Certified Industrial and Ragged Schools -

Interest of Ladies in the Reformatory Question in

Cork, Interesting Extracts from Aris's Birming,

ham Gazette-Annual Meeting of Birminghain

Girls' Reformatory-Annual Meeting of Saltley

Reformatory Institution-Letter from P. J.

Murray, Esq. to the Editor of the Freeman, on

Reformatory Schools in Union Workhouses-Me-

morandum of a Conversation held with the Chap-

lain and Master of the Boys' Refuge, Glasgow, by

Alfred Hill, Esq.- Report of the Reformatory at

Mettray, for 1857.-Report of the Yorkshire

Catholic Reformatory School for 1857.

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