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of the critics. The fourth volume of Carlyte's "Frederick the Great" is announced, also Reade's "Savage Africa." Parton, who manufactured the biographies of Burr had Jackson, has published "the Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin," The Yankees are rejoicing over a "History of the Administration of Abraham Lincoln," written by Raymond, of the New York Times Giddings, who died here lately, while the Yankee Consul General to Canada, wrote a "History of the Rebellion," which is just out. Gen Scott is understood to be writing a memoir of himself. Charles Dickens's new story, "Our Mutual Friend," has reached seven chapters in the Cornhill Magazine. It is rather dull so far, but gives evidence of a very intricate plot. A number of Dickensque characters have already appeared.--There is a ruffian, of the Bill Sykes species, and a wretched girl, who remind one of Nancy; a queer old city clerk, with a family of grown up head strong daughters; a fashionable family; Silas Wegg, a woode