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Prize Essays on a Congress of Nations, for the Adjustment of International Disputes, and for the Promotion of Universal Peace without Resort to Arms. Together with a Sixth Essay, comprising the Substance of the Rejected Essays. Boston: Whipple & Damrell, for the American Peace Society. 8vo. pp. 706.

History and Progress of Phrenology. By R. W. Haskins, A. M. Buffalo : Steel & Peck. New York: Wiley & Putnam. pp. 217.

Thoughts on the Laws, Government, and Morals. By a Citizen of Boston. Boston: Printed for the Author. 1840. 12mo. pp. 24.

Memorial of Edmund Pendleton Gaines to the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled. Enquirer Office, Memphis, Tenn. 1840. 8vo. pp. 30.

An Hour's Conference with Fathers and Sons, in Relation to a Common and Fatal Indulgence of Youth. Boston: Whipple & Damrell. pp. 88.

Third Annual Report of the Board of Education, together with the Third Annual Report of the Secretary of the Board. Boston: Dutton & Wentworth. 1840. 8vo.


100. Annual Report of the Board of Internal Improvement of the State of Kentucky. Communicated to the Legislature of Kentucky, Jan. 16th, 1840. Frankfort, Ky. A. G. Hodges. 1840. 8vo. pp. 136.

Seventh Annual Report of the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital at Worcester. Boston : Dutton & Wentworth. 1840. 8vo.

pp. 102.

Remarks on Slavery and the Slave-Trade, addressed to the Hon. Henry Clay. By a Slaveholder. 1839. 8vo. pp. 23.

Answer of the Whig Members of the Legislature of Massachusetts, constituting a Majority of both Branches, to the Address of His Excellency, Marcus Morton, delivered in the Convention of the Two Houses, Jan. 220, 1840. Boston: Perkins & Marvin. 8vo. pp. 36.

A Letter to the Honorable Daniel Webster, on the Causes of the Destruction of the Steamer Lexington, as discovered in the Testimony before the Coroner's Jury in New York. By a Traveller. Boston : Charles C. Little & James Brown. 8vo. pp. 46.

Stories for the People. Boston: Whipple & Damrell. 18mo.

Delusion; or the Witch of New England. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, & Co. 12mo. pp. 160.

Rosanna; or Scenes in Boston. A Story. By the Author of “ Three Experiments of Living,” &c. &c. Written and sold for the Benefit of the Infant School in Broad Street, Boston. Cambridge: John Owen. 16mo. pp. 134.

The Geranium Leaf; an Original Tale. By L'Uom del Valchiusa. Bostou : Marsh, Capen, Lyon, & Webb. 18mo. pp. 69.

Romance of Travel ; comprising Tales of Five Lands. By the Author of “ Pencillings by the Way.” New York : Samuel Colman. 12mo. pp. 300.

Charles Elwood; or the Infidel Converted. By O. A. Brownson. Boston: C. C. Little & James Brown. 12mo. Pp. 262.

The Brigantine; or Admiral Lowe. A Tale of the Seventeenth Century. By an American. New York: Crowen & Decker. 12mo.

pp. 201.

ORATIONS AND ADDRESSES. Address delivered in the First Presbyterian Church in New York, at the Funeral of Robert Lenox, Esquire, on the 16th of December, 1839. By the Rev. William W. Phillips, Pastor of the Church. New York. 8vo. pp. 38.

Lectures on the Elevation of the Laboring Portion of the Community. By William E. Channing. Boston: Wm. D. Ticknor. 12mo. pp. 81.

An Address delivered at the Centennial Celebration in Wilton, N. H., Sept 25th, 1839. By Ephraim Peabody. With an Appendix. Boston: B. H. Greene. 8vo. pp. 103.

The Proper Character and Functions of American Literature. A Discourse before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Yale College, Aug. 1839. By the Rev. Leonard Bacon. New York: Office of the American Biblical Repository.

Remarks on the Importance of Obedience to Law, and the Duty of Good Citizens, in Relation to the sustaining of Law. Delivered before the West Cambridge Temperance Society, Dec. 30th, 1839. By Norwood Damon. Published by Request. Boston: C. C. Little & James Brown.

Public Address, delivered by Mr. Buckingham, in Defence of his Lectures on Palestine against the Criticism of the Rev. Eli Sunith, published anonymously in the New York Observer, in 1839. Deliva ered at the Lyceum of New York, on Wednesday, January, 1840. New York. 12o. pp. 36.

Natural Religion the Remains of Primitive Revelation; a Discourse pronounced at Burlington, before the Literary Societies of the University of Vermont, Aug. 6th, 1839. By Taylor Lewis. New York: University Press. 8vo. pp. 52.

Education and the Gospel Combined. An Address delivered before the Trustees, Instructers, and Students of the Institute of Hobart Hall, Holland Patent, Oneida Co., N. Y. By J. C. Rudd, D. D. Urica: Hobart Press. 8vo. pp. 14.

A Discourse on the Genius of the Federative System of the United States. Prepared by Professor Beverly Tucker, and read before the Young Men's Society of Lynchburg, Aug. 26th, 1839. Richmond : T. W. White. 12ino. pp. 24.

The Annals of Chicago, a Lecture delivered before the Chicago Lyceum, Jan. 21st, 1810. By J. N. Balestier. Chicago: Edward H. Prad. 8vo. pp. 24.

An Address delivered at the Anniversary Celebration of the Birth of Spurzheim, and the Organization of the Boston Phrenological Society, December 31st, 1839. By George Combe, Esq. Boston: Marsh, Capen, Lyon, & Webb. 8vo. pp. 28.

An Address delivered before the Goethian and Diognathian Societies of Marshall College at their Annual Celebration, September 24th, 1839. By Joseph R. Chandler. Philadelphia : J. Crissy. 8vo. pp. 41.

POETRY The Captivity in Babylon, and Other Poems. By the Rev. Joseph H. Clinch, A. N. Boston: James Burns. 12mo. pp. 115.

Poem pronounced before the Literary Societies in Amherst College, August 27th, 1839, by Grenville Mellen. Amherst: J. S. & C. Adams. 8vo. pp. 35.

THEOLOGY AND SERMONS. The Signs of the Times; a Series of Discourses delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. By Cornelius C. Cuyler, D. D., Pastor of the Church. Philadelphia : William S. Martien. 12mo. pp. 319.

Letters on the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. By Samuel Bayard, Esq. a Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Congregation at Princeton, New Jersey. Second Edition. Philadelphia : William S. Martien. 18mo. pp. 219.

The Minister wholly in his Work; a Sermon delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Daniel Bates Woods, as Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Springwater, Livingston County, N. Y. By Leonard Woods, D. D., Professor of Christian Theology, Andover. Andover: Gould, Newman, & Saxton. 8vo. pp. 16.

An Attempt to Estimate the Christian Ministry. A Sermon preached before the Baptist Education Society of Virginia. By William Southwood. Svo. pp. 15.

A Discourse preached at the Ordination of Mr. R. C. Waterston as Minister at Large, Nov. 24th, 1839. By Henry Ware, Jr., Professor in Harvard University. Boston: Isaac R. Butts. 8vo. pp. 51.

Domestic Worship. By W. H. Furness, Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: J. Kay, Jr., & Brother. 12mo. pp. 275.

The Christian Layman; or the Doctrine of the Trinity fully considered, and adjudged, according to the Bible. By a Christian Layman. Mobile: Doubleday & Sears. New York: C. S. Francis and Wiley and Putnam. 12mo. pp. 371.

The School Girl; or the Principles of Christian Duty familiarly enforced. By J. S. C. Abbott, Author of “The Mother at Home,” &c. &c. Boston : Crocker & Brewster. 18mo. pp. 180.

The Evangelical Church; or True Grounds for the Union of the Saints. By Darwin H. Ranney, A. M. January, 1840. Woodstock (Vt.). 12mo. pp. 24.

The Triumph of Faith ; or Memoir of Miss Nancy M. Clark, destined on a Mission to Western Asia, under the Direction of the American Board. Boston: Mass. Sunday School Society. 18mo.

A Discourse, delivered Jan. 19th, 1840, in the First Congregational Unitarian Church, occasioned by the Loss of the Lexington. By W. H. Furness, Pastor. Philadelphia: 12mo. pp. 16.

Evidence from Scripture and History of the Second Coming of Christ, about the Year 1843, exbibited in a Course of Lectures. By William Miller. Boston: B. B. Mussey. 18mo. pp. 300.

The Theory of William Miller, concerning the End of the World in 1843, utterly exploded. Being Five Discourses. By Otis A. Skinner, Pastor of the Fifth Universalist Church in Boston, with some other Essays on the same Subject. Boston: Thomas Whittemore. 18mo. pp. 210.

A Discourse occasioned by the Death of the Rev. Dr. Follen. By William E. Channing. Second Edition. Boston: James Munroe & Co. 8vo. pp. 29.

Scripture Doctrine of Christian Perfection ; with other kindred Subjects, illustrated and confirmed in a Series of Discourses designed to throw Light on the Way to Holiness. By the Rev. Asa Maban, President of the Oberlin Collegiate Institute. Third Edition. Bostou: D. S. King. 18mo. pp. 193.

A Sermon occasioned by the Loss of the Harold and the Lexington, delivered at the Odeon, Jan. 26th, 1840. By William M. Rogers, Pastor of the Franklin Street Church. Second Edition. Boston: Perkins & Marvin. 8vo. pp. 18.

Jesus the Great Missionary. A Sermon delivered in Bowdoin Street Church, Boston, on the Evening of Nov. 13th, 1839, at the Ordination of Samuel Wolcott as a Foreign Missionary. By the Rev. Edward N. Kirk. Published by Request. Boston: Perkins & Marvin. 8vo. pp. 32.

A Sermon occasioned by the Burning of the Steamer Lexington. Preached in St. Paul's Church, Boston. By John S. Stone, D. D. Boston : Perkins & Marvin, 8vo. pp. 20.

Oxford Theology. From the New York Review for January, 1840. 8vo. pp. 43.

A Help to the Study of the Scriptures, abridged. By Rev. E. Bickersteith, A. M., Rector of Wotton, Herts. Edited, with Additional Matter, by Chauncey Colton, D. D., of the Theological Seminary, Diocese of Ohio. Columbus: J. N. Whiting: 18mo. pp. 139.

The Sunday School Teacher's Aid; a Collection of Anecdotes for illustrating Religious Truth; arranged under a Variety of Subjects. For the Use of Sunday School Teachers; especially the Teachers of Infant Classes. By Harvey Newcomb. Boston: Mass. Sunday School Society. 18mo. pp. 333.

A Doctrinal Text Book, designed to aid Bible Classes, Families, and Churches, in the Systematic Study of the Cardinal Doctrine of Christianity. Part I. By the Rev. Ray Palmer. Boston: Mass. Sunday School Society. 18mo. pp. 72.

The Importance of Moderation in Civil Rulers. A Sermon delivered before His Excellency, Edward Everett, Governor, the Honorable Council and the Legislature of Massachusetts, at the Annual Election, Jan. 1st, 1840. By John Codman, D. D., Pastor of the Second Church in Dorchester. Boston: Dutton and Wentworth. 8vo. pp. 32.

A Thanksgiving Sermon. By the Rev. John Nelson, Pastor of the First Congregational Society in Leicester, Massachusetts. Published by Request. Worcester. 18mo. pp. 14.

A Discourse on the Life and Character of the Rev. Aaron Bancroft, D. D., Senior Pastor of the Second Congregational Society in Worcester, delivered at his Interment, Aug. 22d, 1839. By Alonzo Hill, Pastor of the Second Congregational Society in Worcester. Worcester. T. W. & J. Butterfield. 8vo. pp. 41. VOL. L. No. 107.


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The Work of Missions to be Progressive. A Sermon on the present Crisis in the Missionary Operations of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. By Rufus Anderson, D. D., One of the Secretaries of the Board. Boston: Crocker & Brewster. 12m

Seven Letters to the Rev. George A. Calhoun, concerning the Pastoral Union of Connecticut, and its Charges against the Ministers and Churches. By Leonard Bacon, Pastor of the First Church in New Haven. New Haven. 12mo. pp. 131.

The License Law Vindicated. A Discourse delivered at the Annual Thanksgiving, Nov. 28th, 1839. By the Rev. Samuel E. Jackson, Andover. Andover: Wm. Pierce. Boston: Whipple & Damrell. 12mo. pp. 32.

The Causes of Infidelity Removed. By Rev. J. R. Smith. Utica : Grosh & Hutchinson.

Christology of the Old Testament, and a Commentary on the Predictions of the Messiah by the Prophets. By E. W. Hengstenberg. Translated from the German by Reuel Keith, D. D. Washington, D. C.: William M. Morrison. Andover: Guuld & Newman. 8vo. 3 vols. pp. 560, 423, and 499.

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. Letters from the Old World. By a Lady of New York. New York: Harper & Brothers. 2 vols. 12mo. pp. 307 and 336.

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