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St Michael reviewed, 34--character of
Weights and measures, Adams' report ons
ca, by an Englishwoman, reviewed, 15. Whitney, his saw-gin, 409.
Wieland, 283—his essay on Socrates and
293 et seq.
Wilcocks, his account of the revolution in
Mexico, 436 et seq.
Withers, his charge to the jury in Syd-
the canal policy in New-York, 241 et Wolf, his theory respecting Homer, 279
Wyttenback, on the mode of studying lan-
*** A review of the Spy' has been necessarily omitted in
Page 362, last line, dele the stop at the end. “ 375, 5th line, for apside,' read “apsis.' i 396, 1st.
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