9 OCTOBER 1830, page 19

The History Of The Bible.*

MR. GLEIG might have selected a more intelligible title. We grant that he has precedents, but precedents will not justify a departure from the universally-received meaning of......

Prussian Policy—fortifications On The Rhine.

lix the cotirse of a search, last night, among some long-neglected manuscripts, we were attracted to one by the handwriting of the excellent Correspondent who, many months ago,......

Mr. Barry's Lecture A.tguy's. 1 ' We Can Scarcely...

flattering or a more honourable situa.. tion for a man of talents, than that of an authorized public teacher, who has to expound some science which he has made it his care to......