7. Rtports of the Commissioners on the Ecclesiastical Courts. We
are glad to see a useful report published in so commodious a form, and in a. manner so accessible to the public. . The usual style of printino. Parliamentary reports is iii the highest degree in- convenient; ma what is more, when printed, they are not to be had except through peculiar channels. The reports before us, as published by Messrs. LONGMAN, are concise and luminous descrip- tions of the jurisdiction of the Ecclesiastical Courts, their forms of procedure, and indeed all other matters which a person interested in the subject would desire to know, accompanied by the sugges- tions of the Commissioners as to the changes they consider desirable and necessary.