The “Philosophical Magazine” is certainly not falling off in merit or interest as time goes on, and, as it is now beginning the sixth year of its existence, one may hope that it has got beyond the period of the diseases and dangers of childhood, and become a permanent addition to the list of our periodicals. The autumn number contains much that will interest our readers. Dr. Edmund Montgomery concludes the uncouth but able treatise on “The Unity of the Organic Individual,” to which we referred in our last Retrospect. We have sought for a quotation which might in some way convey the drift and outcome of his long and ingenious argument, but can find none better than this:—
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