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LONDON: HARRISON AND CO., PRINTERS,
ST. MARTIN'S LANE
THIRD PART FOR 1843.
Naval Improvements of the Nineteenth Century:-Jeffery's marine
glue-Holdsworth's powder magazines-Warner's De-
Military Strength and Condition of the Russian Empire. From
an unpublished MS. Part III., Part IV.,
Some Passages from my Diary in America. By an Officer (continued) 25
Hints to Recruiting Officers
Reminiscences of Upper Sinde. By Capt. Hart, Bombay N.I.-
Narrative of the Overland Journey of Sir John and Lady Franklin
and Party from Hobart Town to Macquarie Harbour. By the
Author of "Van Diemen's Land, Moral, Physical, and
Military Anecdotes. By Lieut.-Colonel Wilkie
Passages in the Life of a Sailor. No. XVI.
Toni Plunket, (continued)
The Biographical Literature of America
A Historical Sketch of Military Punishments, in as far as regards
Non-Commissioned Officers and Private Soldiers. By Henry
The Army in Ireland and the Repealers
On the Errors and Faults in our Military System. By Colonel
The Soldier-Military Law
England's Wooden Walls.
By Joseph Allen, Esq., No. XXVI.
XXVII.-The Defence (Nos. I., II.)
The Goodere Tragedy; A Tale of the Sea
The United Services
Narrative of the Niger Expedition, 1841-1842. Compiled from
A Search for "the Water Sources" of the Euphrates, Sarus and
Halys. By T. M. Russell, of the Kurdistan Expedition
Mexican Thompson's Last Cruise; Anecdote of the present War
between Texas and Mexico
104, 385, 558
A Poetical Letter from Ireland. By Miss Pardoe
Notes on St. Helena during Napoleon's Captivity
A Glance upon Spain; with a Recollection of the Siege of Cadiz.
Nos. I., II.
223, 376, 591