2 JUNE 1832, Page 21

WYLD'S Atlas of Modern Geography, designed principally for school use,

is clear and comprehensive, compact in form and cheap in price, and better adapted for its purpose than any similar one which we have met with. For casual reference in the library, and for the general reader, it is also well adapted; not to supersede larger maps, of course, but as a more convenient assistant to the memory than an Atlas of ampler dimensions.