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V. HYPERION

Hyperion ; a Romance.

a Romance. By the Author of

“ Outre-Mer."

VI. Bacon's Historical Discourses

161

Thirteen Historical Discourses, on the Comple-

tion of Two Hundred Years from the Beginning

of the First Church in New Haven, with an Ap-

pendix. By LEONARD Bacon, Pastor of the First

Church in New Haven.

VII. Spenser's Poetical WORKS

174

The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser. In

Five Volumes. First American Edition, with In-

troductory Remarks on the “Faerie Queene," and

Notes, by the Editor.

VIII. Clavers's Glimpses of Western Life

206

A New Home ; Who 'll Follow ? or, Glimpses

of Western Life. By Mrs. Mary Clavers, an

Actual Settler.

IX. MANUFACTURES OF MASSACHUSETTS

223

1. The Second Exhibition of the Massachusetts

Charitable Mechanic Association, at Quincy Hall,

in the City of Boston, September 23d, 1839.

2. An Address delivered before the Massachu-

setts Charitable Mechanic Association, at the Cele-

bration of their Eleventh Triennial Festival, and

Second Exhibition and Fair, October 3d, 1839. By

James TRECOTHICK Austin, Honorary Member of

the Association.

X. Hillhouse's POEMS AND DISCOURSES

231

Dramas, Discourses, and other Pieces, by James

A. HilluOUSE.

XI. Critical Notices.

1. Gesenius's Hebrew Grammar

263

2. Longfellow's Voices of the Night

266

3. Osgood's Poems

269

4. Worcester's Geography

272

5. Pebblebrook, and the Harding Family 273

6. Translation of La Fontaine

277

7. German Dictionary of Flügel and Sporschil . 279

8. Southern Literary Messenger. [Translation

of the Tusculan Questions]

283

NOTE TO ARTICLE II. .

287

QUARTERLY List of New PUBLICATIONS

289

.

VIII. ENGLISH Poetry IN the Nineteenth CENTURY 488

The Poetical Works of Thomas CAMPBELL.

IX. The District School LIBRARY

505

1. The School Library. Published under the

Sanction of the Board of Education of the State of

Massachusetts.

(1.) Irving's Life and Voyages of Columbus.

(2.) PALEY's Natural Theology, with Selections

from the Illustrative Notes and the Preliminary

Dissertations of Sir CHARLES Bell and LORD

BROUGHAM; the whole newly arranged and edited

by Elisha Bartlett, M. D.

(3.) Lives of Eminent Individuals, celebrated in

American History.

(4.) Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons, by the

Rev. Henry DUNCAN, D. D.; adapted to American

Readers, by the Rev. F. W. P. GREENWOOD, D.D.

2. The School Library, Juvenile Series.

(1.) Pictures of Early Life ; or Sketches of

Youth. By Mrs. EMMA C. EMBURY.

(2.) Selections from the Writings of Miss Jane

Taylor, by Mrs. S. J. Hale.

X. CRITICAL NOTICES.

1. Turner's Elements of Chemistry

516

2. Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind

520

3. Porter's Description and History of Plainfield 524

4. Hague's Historical Discourse

525

5. Feli’s Account of Massachusetts Currency 526

6. Chitty on Precedents in Pleading

528

7. Langley's Principia Saxonica.

530

8. The Analyst, a Collection of Miscellaneous

Papers

531

9. Addresses on Literary Occasions

533

10. Rejected Addresses

534

11. Winthrop's Address

535

12. Buel's Farmer's Companion

. 535

13. Juvenile Biography

536

14. The Annualette

537

15. Lothrop's Sermon

537

QUARTERLY List of New PublicATIONS

541

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