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The Princess, a Medley. By Alfred Tennyson. Boston: William D. Ticknor & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 168.

Sermons on Christian Communion, designed to promote the Growth of the Religious Affections, by Living Ministers. Edited by T. R. Sulli

Boston : Crosby & Nichols. 1848. 12mo. pp. 391. The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England, from the Earliest Times till the Reign of King George IV. By John Lord Campbell, A. M., F. R. S. E. Second Series, from the Revolution of 1688 to the Death of Lord Chancellor Thurlow, in 1806. Philadelphia : Lea & Blanchard. 1848. 2 vols. 8vo.

An Historical and Critical View of the Speculative Philosophy of Europe in the Nineteenth Century. By J. D. Morell, A. M. Complete in One Volume. From the Last London Edition. New York: Robert Carter. 1848. 8vo. pp. 752.

Prose-Writers of Germany. By Frederic H. Hedge. Illustrated with Portraits. Philadelphia: Carey & Hart. 1848. 8vo. pp. 567.

Ollendorff's New Method of learning to read, write, and speak the Spanish Language; with an Appendix containing a Recapitulation of the Rules and of the Verbs, both Regular and Irregular, together with Practical Rules for the Spanish Pronunciation. The Whole designed for Young Learners, and Persons who are their own Instructors. By M. Velazquez and T. Simonné, Professors of the Spanish and French Languages. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 558.

The Clouds of Aristophanes, with Notes. By C. C. Felton, A. M., Eliot Professor of Greek Literature. New and Revised Edition. Cambridge: George Nichols. 1848. 12mo. pp. 228.

Etherization, with Surgical Remarks. By John C. Warren, M. D., Emeritus Professor of Anatomy and Surgery. Boston: W. D. Ticknor & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 100.

The Errors of Modern Infidelity Illustrated and Refuted. By S. M. Schmücker, A. M., Pastor of the First Lutheran Church in Germantown, Pa. Philadelphia : Grigg, Elliot, & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 480.

A Life of Gen. Zachary Taylor, comprising a Narrative of Events connected with his Professional Career, derived from Public Documents and Private Correspondence. By J. Reese Fry. And Authentic Incidents of his Early Years, from Materials collected by Robert T. Conrad. With a Portrait and Illustrations. Philadelphia : Grigg, Elliot, & Co. 1847. 12mo. pp. 332.

pp. 271.

General Scott and his Staff: comprising Memoirs of Generals Scott, Twiggs, Smith, Quitman, Shields, Pillow, Lane, Cadwalader, Patterson, and Pierce, and other Distinguished Officers attached to General Scott's Army. Compiled from Public Documents and Private Corre

ence. With Portraits and other Illustrations. Philadelphia : Grigg, Elliot, & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 224.

General Taylor and his Staff: comprising Memoirs of Generals Taylor, Worth, Wool, and Butler, and other Distinguished Officers attached to General Taylor's Army. Philadelphia : Grigg, Elliot, & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 284.

Camp Life of a Volunteer. A Campaign in Mexico, or a Glimpse at Life in Camp. By “One who has seen the Elephant.” Philadelphia : Grigg, Elliot, & Co. 1847. 8vo. pp. 75.

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, comprising the Humorous Adventures of Uncle Toby and Corporal Trim. By Lawrence Sterne. Philadelphia : Grigg, Elliot, & Co. 1848. 8vo.

A Synopsis of the Lichenes of New England, the other Northern States, and British America. By Edward Tuckerman, A. M., Fellow of the American Academy, etc. Cambridge: George Nichols. 1848. 8vo. pp. 93.

Report of the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital, presented to the Corporation at their Annual Meeting, January 26, 1848. Boston: John Wilson. 1848. 8vo. pp. 72.

The Philosophy of Geology. By A. C. G. Jobert, Late Editor of the “ Journal de Géologie,” etc. Second Edition. London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co. 1847. 18mo. pp. 176.

A Description of the Characters and Habits of Troglodytes Gorilla, by Thomas S. Savage, M. D, and of the Osteology of the Same, by Jeffries Wyman, M. D., Hersey Professor of Anatomy in Harvard University. Boston: Freeman & Bolles. 1847. 4to. pp. 29.

The Haunted Barque, and other Poems. By E. Curtiss Hine. Auburn : J. C. Derby & Co. 1848. 8vo. pp. 109.

The Growth and Prospects of the University of the City of New York: a Discourse before the Alumni Association, delivered on the Evening before Commencement. By C. Mason, Professor of Political Economy. New York : Bartlett & Welford. 1847. 8vo. pp. 32.

The Middle Kingdom ; a Survey of the Geography, Government, Education, Social Life, Arts, Religion, &c., of the Chinese Empire and its Inhabitants. With a New Map of the Empire, and Illustrations, principally engraved by J. W. Orr. By S. Wells Williams, Author of " Easy Lessons in Chinese.” New York: Wiley & Putnam. 1848. 2 vols. 12mo.

Appleton's Library Manual, containing a Catalogue Raisonné of upwards of 12,000 of the most Important Works in Every Department of Knowledge, in all Modern Languages. New York : D. Appleton & Co. 1847. 8vo. pp. 434.

Introduction to the History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion o Virginia. By Charles Campbell. Richmond : B. B. Minor. 1847. 8vo. pp. 200.

How to Spoil a Good Citizen, and Other Stories. By the Author of

6. Willie Rogers,” etc.

Boston: Crosby & Nichols.

1848. 18mo.

pp. 180.

History of the Hawaiian Islands, embracing their Antiquities, Mythology, Legends, Discovery by Europeans in the Sixteenth Century, Rediscovery by Cook, etc. By James Jackson Jarves. Third Edition. Honolulu : Charles E. Hitchcock. 1847. 8vo. pp. 240.

Anniversary Discourse before the New York Academy of Medicine, delivered in the Broadway Tabernacle, November 10th, 1847. By John W. Francis, M. D. New York: Henry Ludwig. 1847. 8vo. pp. 112.

First Annual Report of the Boston Society for Aiding Discharged Convicts. Boston: White & Potter. 1847. 8vo. pp. 28.

On the Natural Language of Signs, and its Value and Uses in the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. By Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Former Principal of the American Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb. Hartford. 1848, 8vo.

The Origin, Progress, and Conclusion of the Florida War, to which is appended a Record of Officers and Privates who were killed in Battle or died of Disease. By John T. Sprague. New York : D. Appleton & Co. 1848. 8vo. pp. 557.

Position and Duties of the North with Regard to Slavery. By Andrew P. Peabody. Newburyport : Charles Whipple. 12mo. pp. 22.

The Triumphs of War: a Sermon preached on the Day of the Annual Fast, April 15th, 1847. By Andrew P. Peabody. Second Edition. Portsmouth: John W. Foster. 1847. 12mo. pp. 23.

The Children at the Phalanstery ; a Familiar Dialogue on Education. By F. Cantagrel. Translated by Francis Geo. Shaw. Boston: W. D. Ticknor & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 60.

Wreck of the Glide, with Recollections of the Fijiis and of Wallis Island New York: Wiley & Putnam. 1848. 12mo. pp. 203.

The Library of American Biography. Conducted by Jared Sparks. Second Series. Vol. XV. Life of William R. Davie, by Fordyce M. Hubbard, and of Samuel Kirkland, by Samuel K. Lothrop. Boston : Little & Brown. 1848. 12mo. pp. 461.

The Lesson of Life and Other Poems. By George H. Boker. Philadelphia : Geo. S. Appleton. 1848. 12mo. pp. 190.

Greek Reading Book, for the Use of Schools; containing the Substance of the Practical Introduction to Greek Construing and a Treatise on the Greek Particles. By Thomas Kerchever Arnold, M. A. Also, a Copious Selection from Greek Authors, with English Notes Critical and Explanatory, and a Lexicon. By Rev. J. A. Spencer, A. M. New York : D. Appleton & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 618.

Three Hours, or the Vigil of Love, and Other Poems. By Mrs. Sarah J. Hale. Philadelphia : Carey & Hart. 1848. 12mo. Pp. 216. Wayside Verses. By W.J. Brock. London : Houlston & Stone

1848. 12mo. Nimrod, a Dramatic Poem in Five Acts. London: William Pickering. 1848. 12mo. pp. 251.

A System of English Versification, containing Rules for the Structure of the Different kinds of Verse, illustrated by Numerous Exam

man.

pp. 152.

ples from the Best Poets. By Erastus Everett, A. M. New York : D. Appleton & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 198.

General Principles of the Philosophy of Nature, with an Outline of some of its Recent Developments among the Germans, embracing the Philosophical Systems of Schelling and Hegel, and Oken's System of Nature. By J. B. Stallo, A. M., lately Professor of Analytical Mathematics in St. John's College, N. Y. Boston: Crosby & Nichols. 1848. 12mo. pp. 520.

Sixteenth Annual Report of the Trustees of the Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Asylam for the Blind, to the Corporation. Cambridge : Metcalf & Co., Printers. 1848. 8vo. pp. 76.

A Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States, from New England to Wisconsin, and South to Ohio and Pennsylvania inclusive, (the Mosses and Liverworts by Wm. S. Sullivant,) arranged according to the Natural System ; with an Introduction, containing a Reduction of the Genera to the Linnæan Artificial Classes and Orders, Outlines of the Elements of Botany, a Glossary, etc. By Asa Gray, M. D., Fisher Professor of Natural History in Harvard University. Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe & Co. 1848. 12mo. pp. 710.

Tables of Logarithms of Numbers, and of Logarithmic Sines, Tangents, and Secants, to Seven Places of Decimals; together with Other Tables of Frequent Use in the Study of Mathematics and in Practical Calculations. By Anthony D. Stanley, A. M., Professor of Mathematics in Yale College. New Haven : Durrie & Peck. 1847. 8vo.

pp. 340.

American Mnemotechny, or Art of Memory Theoretical and Practical, with a Mnemotechnic Dictionary. By Pliny Miles. Third Edition. New York: Wiley & Putnam. 1848. 12mo. pp. 408.

Address before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, January 28th, 1848, on the Occasion of opening the Hall in the Athenæum. By William B. Reed. Philadelphia : Č. Sherman. 1848. 8vo. pp. 51.

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has not declined among, ib. — not

more eager to gain their neigh-
Above and Below, by J. R. Lowell, bours' territories, 430 — thirsled to
472.

conquer the French colonies, 431
Abstract principles, abuse of, in poli. not more sordid or covetous,
tics, 320

- made to take the place 433 — nor less patriotic, 435 — the
of realities, 321.

armies of, compared, 437 — section-
Acadie, Evangeline, a Tale of, re. al prejudices among, 443 — not
viewed, 215 — sad history of, 216 more factious, 444.

discovery and name of, 217 Anacharsis, Travels of, 403.
English expeditions againsi, 218 — Ancient history hard to write, 401
ceded to Great Britain, 219 — hos. illustrated by fictions, 402 — civili-
tility of the inhabitants of, 220 — zation and religion were aristo-
their removal froin, proposed, 221 cratic, 412 — republics were oli.
- expedition against, 222 - - terins garchies, 413.
granted to the people of, 22:3 Arctic voyages promoted by Sir J.
their simple and happy life, 224 Barrow, 356.
reasons for removing them, 2:25 Arno, course of the river, 5.
the male inhabitants of, entrapped, Associations, effects of organized
227 - their forced embarkation, political, 316.
228 the country ravaged, 229. Athenian Letters, historical fiction of
sufferings of the people of, ib. -

the, 402.
their distribution ainong the towns, Athens, constitution of, 413 — num-
231 their wanderings and mis ber of slaves in, 416 - pauperism
ery, 232 – treachery and injustice and infanticide in, 417.
shown to, 233 — Longfellow's poem Australia, Dr. Leichhardt's Expedi.
founded on the history of, ib.

tion in, reviewed, 482 — British
Adams, John, on the quarrelling of energy in colonizing, 483 — queer
officers, 44:3.

names of places in, 484 — character
Adams, Sergeant, on prison disci of the settlers of, 485 — the squat-
pline, 186.

ters in, 486 — exploration of, 407-
Alps, Italy hemmed in by the, 4. proposed overland routes in, 488.
America, F. C. Gray on Prison Disci. aborigines of, 490, '493 — Leich-
pline in,
reviewed, 145.

hardt begins his exploration of, 492
American people, the supposed de. discoveries in, 496 — hostility of

generacy of, 426 — predicted de. the natives of, 500 — Mitchell's
cline of, in virtue, 427 — compared journey in, 503 — Leichhardt's sec-
with their fathers, 428 — religion ond journey in, 504.

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