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VOL. XXXI. .
“ No man, who hath tasted learning, but will confess the many ways of profiting by those, who, not contented with stale receipts, are able to manage and set forth new positions to the world: and, were they but as the dust and cinders of our feet, so long, as in that notion, they may yet serve to polish and brighten the armoury of truth, even for that respect, they were not utterly to be cast away."-MILTON.
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CONTENTS OF No. LXI.
Captain R. P. Anderson, 25th N. I. London, 1858. ib.
5. A Lady's Diary of the Siege of Lucknow, written for
the perusal of Friends at Home. London, 1858 ib.
6. Day by Day at Lucknow: a Journal of the Siege of
Lucknow. By Mrs. Case. London, 1858
Art. V.- THE MYTHICAL AND LÉGENDARY
ACCOUNTS OF CASTE.
1. Original Sanskrit Texts on the origin and progress of
the Religion and Institutions of India, collected, tran-
slated into English, and illustrated by Notes. By
J. Muir, Esq., D. C. L. Part 1. The Mythical
and Legendary accounts of Caste. London, 1858 . 150
2. A History of Greece. By George Grote, Esq., Vols.
I., II. Legendary Greece. London, 1846.
ART. VI.-RUGBY IN INDIA,
1. Tom Brown's School Days. By an Old Boy. Cam-
2. Preface to the Sixth Edition of Tom Brown's School
ART. VII.-BENGAL VILLAGE BIOGRAPHIES.
1. Statistics of Cawnpore. By R. Montgomery, C. S. · 193
2. Report on the 24-Pergunnahs. By Major Ralph Smyth.
ART. VIII.-THE EAST INDIA RAILWAY.
ciety for India. Calcutta, 1858..
neral Havelock's march from Allahabad to Lucknow.