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taries, by Martyn Paine, M. D., A.M., Author of the Commentaries, and of the Letters on the Cholera Asphyxia of New York, and Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica in the University of New York. New York: J. & H. G. Langley. 12no. pp. 271.

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MISCELLANEOUS. The Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature; with Notes, Commentaries, and Illustrations. By Charles Bucke, Author of “Ruins of Ancient Cities,” &c., &c. Selected and Revised by the Rev. William P. Page. New York: Harper & Brothers. 12mo.

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"An Epitome of the History of Philosophy; being the Work adopted by the University of France for Instruotion in the Colleges and High Schools. Translated from the French, with Additions, and a Continuation of the History from the time of Reid to the Present Day, by C. S. Henry, D. D., Professor of Philosophy and History in the University of the City of New York. New York: Harper & Brothers. In Two Volumes. 12mno. pp. 311 and 276.

Sketches of New England, or Memories of the Country. By John Carver, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and Quoruin. New York: E. Frencb. 12ino. pp. 286.

The Massachusetts Register, and United States Calendar, for 1842; and other Valuable Information. Boston : James Loring. 12mo. pp. 251.

The Flower People. By a Lady. Hartford : Tyler & Porter. 16mo. pp. 228.

A Treatise on the Right of Suffrage ; with an Appendix. By Samuel Jones. Boston: Otis, Broaders, & Co. 12ino. pp. 274.

The Lectures delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at Boston, August, 1841; including the Journal of Proceedings, and a List of the Officers. Published under the Direction of the Board of Censors. Boston: William D. Ticknor. 12mo. pp. 194.

Essays on Property and Labor as connected with Natural Law and the Constitution of Society. By Francis Lieber. New York : Harper & Brothers. 12mo. pp. 225.

Report of the Dinner given to Charles Dickens, in Boston, February 1, 1842. Reported by Thomas Gill and William English, Reporters of the Morning Post. Most of the Speeches revised by their Authors. Boston: William Crosby & Co. 16mo. pp. 66.

The Ideal Man ; a Conversation between two Friends, upon the

taries, by Martyn Paine, M. D., A.M., Author of the Commentaries, and of the Letters on the Cholera Asphyxia of New York, and Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica in the Univer. sity of New York. New York: J. & H. G. Langley. 12mo. pp. 21.

The Medical Formulary ; being a collection of Prescriptiong, derired from the Writings and Practice of many of the most Eminent Physicians in America and Europe. To which is added an Appendix, containing the usual Dietetic Preparations and Antidotes for Porons. The whole accompanied with a few brief Pharmaceutic and Medical Observations. By Benjamin Ellis, M. D., late Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Revised and extended, by Samuel George Morton, M. D. Philadelphia: Len & Blanchard. 8vo. pp. 262.

Lectures to Ladies on Anatoiny and Physiology. By Mrs Mary E. Gove. Boston: Saxton & Peirce. 16mo.

MISCELLANEOUS

The Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature; with Notes
Comineotaries, and Illustrations.
* Ruins of Ancient Cities,” &c., &c. Selected and Revised by the

By Charles Bucke, Author of
Rer. William P. Page. New York: Harper & Brothers 12ua
pp. 320.

An Epitome of the History of Philosophy; being the Work adopt.
ed by the l'niversity of France for Instruction in the Colleges and
High Schools. Translated from the French, with Additions, and a
Continuation of the History from the time of Reid to the Present
Dar, by C. S. Henry, D. D., Professor of Philosophy and History in
the University of the City of New York. New York: Harper &
Brothers. In Two Volumes. 12mo. pp. 311 and 276.

Sketches of New England, or Memories of the Country. By
John Carver, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and Quoruin. Nem
York : E. French. 12.no. pp. 286.

The Massachusetts Register, and United States Calendar, for 1842;
and other Valuable Intormation. Boston : James Loring. 1200.

The Flower People. By a Lady. Hartford: Tyler & Porter
16mo. pp. 228.

A Treatise on the Right of Suffrage ; with an Appendix. By
Samuel Jones. Boston: Otis, Broaders, & Co. 12ino. pp. 274.

The Lectures delivered before the American Institute of lostric-
tion, at Boston, August, 1841; including the Journal of Proceeding
and a List of the Officers. Published under the Direction of the Boaru
of Censors. Boston: William D. Ticknor. 12mo. pp. 194.

Essays on Property and Labor as connected with Natural Law and the Constitution of Society. By Francis Lieber. New York. Harper & Brothers. 12mo. pp. 225.

Report of the Dinner given to Charles Dickens, in Boston, Febria ary 1, 1842. Reported by Thomas Gill and William English, kes porters of the Morning Post. Most of the Speeches revised by their Authors. Boston: William Crosby & Co. 16mo. pp. 66.

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Remarks on a Protective Tariff and the Principles of Free Trade, being a Review of Article I. in Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, January, 1842, on the “Impolicy of Countervailing Duties." Boston: Johu H. Eastburn. 8vo. pp. 40.

Popular Technology; or Professions and Trades. By Edward Hazen, A. M., Author of " The Symbolical Spelling-book," " The Speller and Definer,” and “A Practical Grammar.” Embellished with eighty-one Engravings. New York: Harper & Brothers. 2 vols. 12ino. pp. 261 and 275.

My Native Village. Sketches from Real Life; designed to aid the Temperance Cause. New York: M. W. Dodd. 18mo. pp. 209.

The Lowell Offering; a Repository of Original Articles, written exclusively by Females actively employed in the Mills. First Volune. Lowell: Powers & Bagley. 8vo. pp. 380.

War and Peace; the Evils of the First, and a Plan for Preserving the Last. By William Jay. New York: Wiley & Putnam. 12mo. pp. 101.

An American Dictionary of the English and German Languages, containing all the Words in General Use; Designating the various Parts of Speech in both Languages, with the Orthography, Accentuation, Division, and Plan of Pronunciation according to Webster, and with the Genders and Plurals of the Gerinan Nouns, the Division of Words into Syllables, the Separation of Compound Nouns by double Hyphens, according to their Formation. By P. J. Kunst. Part I. English and German. Part II. German and English, Harrisburg, Pa.: G. S. Peters. 12mo. pp. 416 and 397.

An Historical, Scientific, and Practical Essay on Milk, as an Article of Human Sustenance; with a Consideration of the Effects consequent upon the present unnatural Methods of producing it for the supply of Large Cities. By Robert M. Hartley. New York: Jonathan Leavitt. 12mio. pp. 358.

Questions to Smellie's Philosophy of Natural History. Boston : Samuel G. Simpkins. 12mo. pp. 32.

The Irish School System: an Article from the Princeton Review for January, 1842. Princeton : Robert E. Hornor. 8vo. pp. 35.

A Letter from a Gentleman of Baltimore to his Friend in the State of New York, on the Subject of Slavery. Baltimore: Sherwood & Co. 12mo. pp. 12.

A Speech on International Copyright, delivered at the Dinner to Charles Dickens, at the City Hotel, New York, February 19, 1842. By Cornelius Matthews. New York: George L. Curry & Co. 12mo. pp. 16.

Speech of Robert Wickliffe, Jr., (of Fayette,) on the Veto Power, delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 26th January, 1842. Lexington, Ky. Observer Office. 8vo. pp. 23.

An Account of the Origin of the Mississippi Doctrine of Repudiation; with a Review of the Arguments which His Excellency Alexander G. McNutt, late Governor of Mississippi, advanced in its Vindication. By a Member of the Boston Bar. Boston: Bradbury, Soden, & Co. 8vo. pp. 28.

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Insanity and Insane Asylums. By Edward Jarvis, M. D. Louisville, Ky.: Prentice & Weissinger. 8vo. pp. 40.

Syllabus to Lectures on Chernistry. By Charles Upham Shepard, M. D., Professor of Chemistry in the Medical College of the State of South Carolina, and Lecturer on Natural History in Yale College. Charleston S. C.: S. Babcock & Co. 8vo. pp. 204.

MUSIC. Parlour Melodies, comprising Music, Original and Selected, for the Pianoforte and Organ, with several Tunes for the Harp and Guitar. Adapted to a series of Original Songs, Moral and Religious. Arranged and edited by Mrs. M. B. Lloyd, and Miss M. E. Bailey, New York: Harper & Brothers. 4to. pp. 112.

Vocal Exercises and Solfeggios, with an Accompaniment for the Pianoforte. Adapted to the Wants of Private Pupils, or Classes in Vocal Music. Selected from Italian, French, and German Composers, by Lowell Mason. Boston: J. K. Wilkins & R. B. Carter. 8vo. pp. 56.

The Amateur's Musical Library; a Collection of Pianoforte Music, and Songs; embracing the most Popular Airs from the latest Operas, consisting of Cavatinas, Waltzes, Marches, Quicksteps, Cotillions, and many New Pieces by the Editor; as well as a large Number of Songs, Duetts, Trios, Quartettes, &c. The whole selected from the most distinguished European Authors; including also Numerous Original Compositions by Celebrated Authors in the United States. Edited by Charles Jarvis, Professor of the Pianoforte, and Organist and Leader of the Choir at the Church of the Epiphany. Philadelphja: Godey & McMichael. 8vo. pp. 200.

The Northern Harp; consisting of Original Sacred and Moral Songs, adapted to the most Popular Melodies, for the Pianoforte aud Guitar. By Mrs. Mary S. B. Dana, Author of “ The Southern Harp," &c. New York: Dayton & Saxton. 4to. pp. 100.

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ORATIONS AND ADDRESSES. Christian Missjons; an Iutroductory Lecture, delivered before the Boston Young Men's Society for diffusing Missionary Kuowledge, December 29th, 1841. By Benjamin Franklin Butler. Boston: T. R. Marvin. 8vo. pp. 24.

The Obstacles and the Encouragements to Missionary Effort, in

Insanity and Insane Asylumns. By Edward Jarvis, M. D. Louis. ville, ky: Prentice & Weissinger. 8vo. pp. 40.

Svilabus to Lectures on Chemistry. By Charles Upham Shepard, M. D, Professor of Chemistry in the Medical College of the State of South Carolina, and Lecturer on Natural History in Yale College. Charleston S. C.: S. Babcock & Co. &vo. pp. 204.

MUSIC. Parlour Melodies, comprising Music, Original and Selected, for the Pianoforte and Organ, with several Tunes for the Harp and Guitar. Adapted to a series of Original Songs, Moral and Religious. Arranged and edited by Mrs. M. B. Lloyd, and Miss M. E. Bailey. New York: Harper & Brothers. 4to. pp. 112.

Vocal Exercises and Solfeggios, with an Accompaniment for the Pianoforte. Adapted to the Wants of Private Pupils, or Classes ja Vocal Music, Selected from Italiau, French, and German Composers, by Lowell Mason. Boston: J. K. Wilkins & R. B. Carter. Sra.

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A Lecture on the Life of Dr. Franklin, by the Rev. Hugh M'Neile, A. M., as delivered by him at the Liverpool Royal Amphitheatre, on Wednesday Evening, 17th November, 1841; with the Addition of a · Prefatory Notice to the Reader, by John B. Murray, Esq., of New York. New York: Henderson Greene. 8vo. pp. 47.

The Duty and Rewards of Original Thinking: an Address delivered before the Adelphja Society of the Hamilton Literary and Theological Institution, on Thursday Evening, December 23, 1841. By George W. Eaton, Professor of Civil and Ecclesiastical History. Hamilton: J. & D. Atwood. 8vo. pp. 24.

Introductory Lecture to the Course of Chemistry, delivered by Professor Draper. Session of 1841-42 [of the Medical Department of the University of New York). New York: Hopkins & Jennings. 8vo. pp. 15.

The Concluding Lecture on the Theory and Phenomena of Heat, being part of the Course of Chemistry, delivered by Professor Draper, Session 1841 -2. New York: J. W. Bell. 8vo. pp. 16.

The Past of Life: an Address delivered before the Washington and Franklin Literary Societies of Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, at the Annual Commencement, September 22, 1841. By John N. McJilton. Baltimore: John Murphy. 8vo. pp. 35.

Monstrat Viam; an Address delivered before the Independent Company of Cadets, on their Centennial Anniversary, October 19, 1841, at the Church in Brattle Square. By Rev. Samuel K. Lathrop, Chaplain of the Corps. Boston: John H. Eastburn. 8vo. pp. 59.

pp. 56.

** The Amateur's Musical Library; a Collection of Pianoforte Music, and Songs; embracing the most Popular Airs from the latest Operats consisting of Cavatiuas, Waltzes, Marches, Quicksteps, Cotilies and many New Pieces by the Editor; as well as a large Number of Songs, Duetts, Trios, Quarteties, &c. The whole selected from the most distinguished European Authors; including also Numerous Original Compositions by Celebrated Authors in the United States Edited by Charles Jarvis, Professor of the Pianoforte, and Organis and Leader of the Choir at the Church of the Epiphany. Philadelphia: Godey & McMichael. 8vo. pp. 200. . The Noribern Harp; consisting of Original Sacred and Moral Songs, adapted to the most Popular Melodies, for the Pianoforte and Guitar. By Mrs. Mary S. B. Dana, Author of “The Southern Harp, &c. New York: Dayton & Saxton. 4to. pp. 100.

NEW PERIODICAL. Wiley and Putnam's Literary News-Letter, and Monthly Register of New Books, Foreign and American. Published on the Fina every Month, at 161 Broadway, New York. 8vo. pp. 8. Nos. l, 3d

NOVELS, TALES, AND ROMANCES.

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Gems from American Female Poets, with Brief Biographical Notices, by Rufus W. Griswold. Philadelphia: H. Hooker. 32mo. pp. 160.

Ideals and other Poems. By Algernon. Philadelphia: Henry Perkins. 12mo. pp. 102.

Ballads and other Poems. By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, author of "Voices of the Night," « Hyperion,” &c. Cambridge: John Owen. 16mo. pp. 132.

The Christmas Bells; a Tale of Holy Tide ; and other Poems. By the Author of “ Constance," “ Virginia,” &c. New York : D. Appleton & Co. 16mo. pp. 221,

Poems and Lyrics, by Wm. B. Tappan. A New Collection. Boston: Crocker & Ruggles. 12mo. pp. 264.

Wakondah, the Master of Life : a Poem. New York: George L. Curry & Co. 8vo. pp. 24.

THEOLOGY AND SERMONS. An Inquiry into the Foundation, Evidences, and Truths of ReliVOL. LIV. - NO. 115.

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Virginia ; or the Lost and Found. A Tale. By the Author at "Constance, or the Merchant's Daughter." New York: Dayton & Saxton. 24mo. pp. 180.

ORATIONS AND ADDRESSES. Christian Missions; an Iutroductory Lecture, delivered before the Boston Young Men's Society for diffusing Missionary Kuopeller December 29th, 1841. By Benjamin Franklin Butler. Boston: Lol Marvin. 8vo. pp. 24.

The Obstacles and the Encouragements to Missionary Etorh

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Words in a Sunday School. Boston: Benjamin H. Greene. 12mo. pp. 194. **An Outline of the Argument against the Validity of Lay-Baptism. By Rev. Jobn D. Ogilby, A. M., (St. Mark's Church in the Bowery,) Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 12mo. pp. 204.

Wreaths and Branches for the Church. By a Young Lady Boston: James B. Dow. 12mo. pp. 232.

The Divine Life; being Suggestions to those who are about commencing a Religious Life. By Rev. William Law. With a Prefatory Notice by the American Editor. Boston: Joseph Dowe. 12ino. pp. 240.

Christ Crucified. A Sermon, preached at the Installation of Rev. John Wheelock Allen, as pastor of the Evangelical Trinitarian Church in Wayland, December 29, 1841. By Rev. William Allen, D. D. Published by Request of the Church and Society. Boston: Tappan & Dennet. 8vo. pp. 30.

The Great Awakening. A History of the Revival of Religion in the time of Edwards and Whitefield. By Joseph Tracy. Boston: Tappan & Dennet. 12mo. pp. 433.

The True Messiah ; or the Old and New Testaments, Examined according to the Principles of the Language of Nature. By G. Veg. ger, former First Vicar of the Cathedral of Paris. Boston: E. P. Peabody. 8vo. pp. 27.

The Position and Peculiarities of Baptists, defined and Illustrated. By Sewall S. Cutting, Pastor of the Baptist Church in Southbridge, Mass. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 12mo. pp. 48.

The Church. A Discourse delivered at the Dedication of the New Church of the First Parish in Concord, Mass., December 29, 1841. By Barzillai Frost, Pastor of the Society. Published by Request. Boston: James Munroe & Co. 8vo. pp. 31.

Christ and him Crucified. Two Sermons, preached in the Bullfinch Street Church, on Sunday, November 29, 1841; being the Close of the Second Year of the Ministry of the Pastor, By Frederick T. Gray. With an Appendix. Boston: James Munroe & Company. 8vo. pp. 56.

Discourses on Human Life. By Orville Dewey, Pastor of the Church of the Messiah, in New York. New York: David Felt & Co. 12mo. pp. 299.

A Course or Lectures on the Doctrines of the New Jerusalem Church, as Revealed in the Theological Writings of Emanuel Swedenborg ; delivered in the City of New York during the Winter of 1840 - 41. By B. F. Barrett, Pastor of the First Society of the New Jerusalem Church in New York. New York : Samuel Colman. 12mo. pp. 443.

The Object of the Ministry. A Sermon preached at the Installation of Rev. Samuel Osgood, as pastor of the Westminster Congregational Church, in Providence, December 29, 1841. By Ephraim Peabody. Providence: B. Cranston.

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