I. THE FLORIDA WAR . . . . . . . . ...
1. Remarks of Mr. Everett of Vermont on the
Motion to add to the Army Bill an Appropriation of
Three Hundred Thousand Dollars, for the Sup-
pression of Indian Hostilities.
2. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmit-
ing the Information required by the Resolution of
the House of Representatives of the 7th of July
last, in Relation to the Amount of Expenditure in
suppressing Indian Hostilities in Florida, &c.
II. ClassicAL STUDIES AT CAMBRIDGE.
1. Remarks on the Nature and Probable Ef-
fects of Introducing the Voluntary System in the
Studies of Latin and Greek. By Josiah Quincy,
President of the University.
2. Report and Resolutions of the President and
Fellows of Harvard University respecting the Intro-
duction of the Voluntary System in the Studies of
the Mathematics, Latin, and Greek.
3. The Report of the Committee to whom was
referred the Report and Resolutions of the Presi-
dent and Fellows of Harvard University respecting
the Introduction of the Voluntary System in the
Studies of the Mathematics, Latin, and Greek.
III. Harris's ENTOMOLOGY OF Massachusetts . . 73
A Report on the Insects of Massachusetts Inju-
rious to Vegetation. By Thaddeus William HAR-
IV. BROUGHAM'S NATURAL THEOLOGY . . . . . 102
1. A Discourse of Natural Theology, showing
the Nature of the Evidence and the Advantages of
the Study. By Henry LORD BROUGHAM.
2. Paley's Natural Theology, with Illustrative
Notes. By HENRY LORD BROUGHAM, and Sir
3. Dissertations on Subjects of Science con-