4 JUNE 1836, Page 18

The perennial Mr. COGHLAN'S Guide to St. Petersburg and Moscow

is significant of the extent to which summer excursions are now carried ; fur so experienced a caterer for small tourists would scarcely have risked such a publication, unless he knew that the class for whom he was writing were at least bending their thoughts that way. Of the correctness of the information in this volume we do not pretend to speak' but it is clear, specific, and drawn up in a businesslike manner. Ur. COGHLAN by this time is so accustomed to guide-making, that the task scarcely costs him an intellectual effort. We dare to say he has every question ar- ranged in his mind before starting, and has nothing to do but to find the answer and jot it down.