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Marine Algæ and their Products as Food or Medicine for Man and Domestic Animals, or for Dyeing and other Manufacturing purposes. Competitors must give the results of their original investigations on sea-weeds, and they must prepare a series of specimens illustrative of the best modes of collecting, preserving, and preparing the several species. Mere compilations will not be admitted to competition.

The application for a new trial on behalf of Mr. Herbert Ingram has been granted, notwithstanding the supposed indication to the contrary from the refusal of the Court on Tuesday last to extend the time of moving for it. There seems also good reason to believe that Mr. Ingram will be able to justify the position he has hitherto held.

Mr. Carlyle writes to the Editor of the Ayr Observer_“ Chelsea, Jan. 2, 1859. Dear Sir,_I very much approve of your and Mr. Milnes's notion about the Misses Begg, and I hope you will not fail to get it executed with all the energy and skill that are possible, and with corresponding

Could all the eloquence that will be uttered over the world on the 25th next, or even all the tavern-bills that will be incurred, but convert themselves into solid cash for those two interesting persons, what a sum were there of benefit received and of loss avoided to all the parties concerned ! I think at least the question ought to be everywhere put, pointedly yet with due politeness, whenever in Scotland or elsewhere there is an assemblage of men met to express their admiration, tragic pity, &c., for Burns, what amount of money they will give to save from indigence these two nieces of Burns? The answer, virtual answer, which this question got in 1842, threw a rather dismal light to me on such assemblages ; but they ought to be tried again with more direct emphasis ; and very shame will perhaps force them to do something towards saving indigent merit on the one hand, and saving on the other what is too truly a frightful (though eloquent) expenditure of pavement to a certain locality we have all heard of.—In much haste, I remain yours truly, T. CARLYLE."

Mr. David Jack, of Glasgow, publishes an admirably finished edition of Burns, with the music, for one shilling. The French papers record very

indifferent success attending the Lamartine subscription; but, on the other hand, that his earnings continue great. The Siecle publishes its seventh Lamartine subscription list. The donations are very small. The highest sum appears to be 100f., and the lowest one penny, or ten centimes. The most frequent sums are 10f., 5f., 20f. As a contrast to this a paragraph states that M. Hachette, the publisher, has already paid Lamartine 350,000 francs (£14,000) for his “ Monthly Course of Literature.”

The late M. Beranger's executors are advertising for the co-operation of the friends and correspondents of the poet to publish a complete edition of his correspondence. #

A pipe and a pistol, traced to having been the property of Miles Standish, the hero of Longfellow's last poem, were sold recently at Albany, N.Y., by public auction, for £3.

The British North American press sends out two handsome 8vo. volumes, comprising the speeches and public letters of the Hon. Joseph Howe, an old and leading Royalist of the British provinces, who died in 1835, at the advanced age of 83. They form an important contribution to Colonial Literature and Colonial History. The province of Nova Scotia, of which Mr. Howe was a native, though of a moderate extent of territory, and a comparatively small population, would attain, if we are to judge from her resources or the character of men like Mr. Ilowe, a high position as an independent State, but for her provincial misfortune. Hler maritime development is remarkable. By these speeches and state papers we learn that she already owns more tonnage than Chili, Peru, and Brazil put together, half as much as Holland, and nearly as much as Russia's entire mercantile marine. Nor is she more deficient in mental than material resources. Within less than three years her Legislature bas voted swords to two heroes, who are NovaScotians, Gen. Fenwick Williams of Kars, and Gen. Inglis who so gallantly defended Lucknow. Cunard, another Nova-Scutian, has bridged the Atlantic, and a fourth, Sam Slick, is ranked amongst the favourite humorists of the age.

The Canada press (says the Canadian News) now numbers 20 daily newspapers, 156 weekly, and 33 issued tri-weekly and semi-weekly, making a total of 209 public journals in Canada, east and west. These are distributed over 88 cities, towns, and villages. The smallest amount of population in these places enjoying the luxury of a newspaper range from 200 upwards. The greatest circulation of a daily journal is 5000 copies; and of the weekly journals, 75,000 is the highest issue. The newspapers of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward's Island, not included in the above, number from 40 to 50, and are chiefly weekly publications.

AUCTION SALES DURING THE NEXT Fortnight. January 18th and five following days, Messrs. Southgate and Barrett will sell the stock of books of Mr. W. Miller, who is retiring from business.

January 26th and following days, Mr. Hodgson will sell a very extensive collection of new books, and illustrated books ; and later in the month, a collection of modern books; another of the Library of a Clergyman from Cheshire; and a sale of an oxtousive collection of Engravings.

February 7th, Messrs. Sotheby and Wilkinson will commence a very important sale, extending over 15 days, comprising the whole collection of Foreign Antiquities of M. B. Hertz; and during the month, Mr. Hodgson will have sales of the Library of the late Dr. Marshall Hall; and of the steel plates of Sharpe's Edition of the English Classics.

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