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(Nephew and Successor to J. Booker.) Booker & Co. 37, RANELAGH STREET, LIVERPOOL. J. CUMMING, DUBLIN:- W TAIT, EDINBURGH
I.--). The Cape of Good Hope Government Proclamations
from 1806 to 1825, as now in force and unrepealed,
and the Ordinances passed in Council from 1825 to
1839, with an Appendix containing Acts of Par-
liament, Orders in Council, &c., enacted and pub-
lished since 1825, and which have the force of law
in this Colony. By Mr. Walter Harding. Cape-
2. Papers illustrative of the case of the Catholic Chapel
of the Cape of Good Hope. Capetown. 1833.
3. Narrative of an Expedition into Southern Africa,
during the years 1836 and 1837, from the Cape of
Good Hope to the Tropic of Capricorn; with a
sketch of the recent emigration of the Border Colo-
nists. By Captain W. C. Harris, Hon. East India
Company's Engineers. Bombay. 1838.
4. Notes on South African Affairs, from 1834 to 1838,
&c. By William B. Boyce, Wesleyan Missionary.
Graham's Town. 1838.
5. A Defence of the Wesleyan Missionaries in Southern
Africa; &c. By William Shaw, Wesleyan Mis-
sionary. Graham's Town. 1839.
6. The South African Commercial Advertiser. Vol.
xvii. Capetown. 1840. .
7. Emigration Return to an Address of the Honourable
the House of Commons, dated 9th July, 1839.
Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed,
15th August, 1839.
8. The Cape Calendar and Annual Register, for 1840.
By B. J. Van de Sandt, Superintendent of the Go-
vernment Printing Office. Capetown. 1840.
9. Cape of Good Hope Almanac, for the Leap Year
1840. Capetown. 1840
II.-1. Historisch-politische Blätter für das Katholische
Deutschland. (Historico-political Papers for Ca-
tholic Germany.) Munich.
2. Der Sion. (The Sion.) A Journal edited by Dr.
F. Herbst. Augsburg. 1840.
3. Der Allgemeine Religions und Kirchenfreund. (The
Universal Friend of Religion and the Church.)
January to July 1840.