VI.—1. Traite des Droits d'Auteurs dans la Litterature, les
Sciences, et les Beaux-Arts. Par Augustin-Charles
Renouard, Conseiller a la Cour de Cassation.
2. Three Speeches delivered in the House of Commons in
favour of a Measure for an Extension of Copyright. By
T. N. Talfourd, Sergeant-at-Law. To which are added,
the Petitions in favour of the Bill, and Remarks on the
present State of he Copyright Question.
3. An Historical Sketch of the Law of Copyright. By
J. Lowndes, Esq.
4. A Plea for Authors. By an American.
5. Brief Objections to Sergeant Talfourd's New Bill, &c.
By W. and JR. Chambers.
6. Observations on the Law of Copyright, in reference to
the Bill of Mr. Sergeant Talfourd, in which it is
attempted to be proved that the Provisions of the Bill
are opposed to the Principles of English Law; that
Authors require no additional Protection; and that such
a Bill would inflict a heavy blow on Literature, and
prOve a great Discouragement to its Diffusion in this
7. Objections to and Remarks upon Mr. Sergeant Tal-
8. Speech of the Right Hon. T. B. Macaulay on Mr.
Talfourd's Bill. Mirror of Parliament, Feb. 5, 1841 -186
VII.—1. Report from the Select Committee on British Channel
Fisheries; with Minutes of Evidence and Appendix.
2. A Treatise on the Management of Fresh-water Fish,
with a View to making them a Source of Profit to
Landed Proprietors. By Gottlieb Boccius - 228
VIII.—Letters of John Adams, addressed to his Wife. Edited by
his Grandson, Charles Francis Adams ... 245
Note—Concerning the Article on the Order of the Gaiter, &c.,
in No. CXXXVI. 280