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Arnell's Poems, review, (Frank Tuthill,) 174.
Miscellany, 435; Works of Washington Irving-Physical Geography-Charms and Counter-Charms, 436 ; Mirabeau, a Life History-Grantly Manor, 437; The DramaMusic, 438; The Architect—The Past, The Preseni, and the Future, 544; Gowrie, or the King's Plot—The Playmate-Music and the Drama, 546; Home Influence- William the Cottager, 648; Historical and Miscellaneous Questions—Irving's Life of Columbus -Homer's Iliad, 649; Music and the Drama, 650.
Browne, Sir Thomas, sketch of his life and
writings, (Joseph Hartwell Barrett,) 15. Buena Vista, Battle of, (Lieut. C. P. Kings
bury, U. S. A.,) 445.
California, The Route to, review, 204.
Damascus and Ba'albek, An Excursion to, (Prof. Chiozza, The War of, (Trans. by C. C. Haze Adolphus L. Koeppen,) Part First, 157; Part well,) 399, 470.
Second, 235. Chloroform, On the Use of, in Hanging, (G. Dante Alighieri, The Life and Genius of— with W. Peck,) 283.
an account of the Divina Commedia, (Prof. Colton's Public Economy, review, 142.
Philip Schaff,) 125. Congressional Oratory, 361.
Day in October, A, verse, (J. H. Barrett,) 528. Correction, 330.
Duhobret, The Painter, 501. CRITICAL NOTICES.—The Diplomatic and Official Papers of Daniel Webster, while Secre
E. tary of State, 108 ; Angela, a Novel, 109; The Seat of Government of the United Edward Vernon, review, 317. States, 110 ; Mary Grover, or the Trusting Ezzelino da Romano, surnamed “ The Cruel,” Wife-Mrs. Markham's History of England a Character of the Thirteenth Century, 53. ---Lamartine's Pilgrimage to the Holy Land -Spencer's Cæsar's Commentaries—Mod
F. ern Painters—Portrait of Hon. Henry Clay in his 71st year, 218 ; Guernsey's History of Fantasy Piece, A, (G. W. Peck,) 179. the United States-History of Congress, Fillmore, Millard, biographical sketch of, 341. The Planetary and Stellar Worlds—A First Adventure of his great-grandfather with a Book in Spanish, 219; Headley's Letters pirate, 341; apprenticed to a clothier, 342 ; from Italy: The Taylor Anecdote Book, his thirst for knowledge-studies law under 220; Bartlett's Dictionary of Americanisms, the patronage of Walter Wood, Esq., ib. ; 326; Literary Sketches and Letters, being elected to the State Assembly in 1829, ib. ; the Final Memorials of Charles Lamb-Ă to Congress in 1832, 343 ; Chairman of Manual of Grecian and Roman Antiquities Committee on Elections—the New Jersey
- Neander's Life of Jesus Christ, 328; case. ib. ; his arduous exertions as chairman Headley's Life of Cromwell-Revolutionary of the Committee of Ways and Means, 344 ; Services and Civil Life of Gen. William peremptorily withdraws from Congress, 345; Holl-Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi elected Comptroller of New Yoris in 1847, ib. Valley— Modern French Literature, 3:29; | Foreign Miscellany, 106,213,323,433,541,646. An Universal History, in a Series of Letters Free Soil Policy, 193. No constitutional power
- Lord Hervey's Memoirs of the Court of in the Executive over the question, 193; no George II.-Story of the Peninsular War, legitimate influence upon legislation, 194 ; 330; Portrait of Millard Fillmore--Chambers's position and duties of the President, 195 ;
ends proposed by the Free Soil movenient, , Letter from a Citizen of New York, to his Friend
W.,) 439. Reasons for not engaging in the
pledges from a candidate, 440; particular
measures not essential to the Whig creed,
ib.; perversion of power consequent on the
election of a pledged President, 442; General
A. M.,) 345. Retrospective view, 315; state sion, 443.
Court of, review, (N. S. Dodge,) 561. Ne-she-kay-be-nais, or the “Lone Bird,” an
Monuments, and Aboriginal, Semi-civilized
Nations, (E. G. Squier, Ă. M.,) 503. Emory's
and Abert's Reports, 504; primitive, semi-
civilized tribes, 505; description of Acoma,
aboriginal remains on the Pecos river, ib. ;
M. Mackie, A. M.,) 611. Description of the ancient remains among them, 511; their re-
Newspaper Press, The, 584.
1. Objections considered, 1 ; fitness of his
character-testimony of Hon. John J. Crii-
tenden, 2 ; letter from Hon. D. D. Barnard,
3; Gen. Taylor's position, 5; proceedings of
Oratory, Congressional, 361.
lina Doctrine in regard to Territory, (J. D.
W.,) 111. Bearing of the Constitution upon
the question, 111 ; joint ownership, 112; Mr.
Calhoun's view of the Declaration, 113; the
true idea of liberty, 114; the question not
of Congress, 116; slave representation, 118; | Schleswig, Wars between the Danes amd Ger-
453 ; geograpbical description of Jutland,
454; inhabitants, 455 ; sketch of its history
from the fifth to the thirteenth century, 456 ;
Holstein incorporated with Denmark in 1214,
the Philadelphia Convention, 332 ; singular sensions between the crown of Denmark and
with the Counts of Holstein, 459; Schleswig
foco Platform, (J. D. W.,) 8. The struggle for the Emperor of Germany, as uinpire, 460 ;
of 1660, 467; Schleswig secured to Den-
mark in 1718 by the guaranty of Sweden,
dus,) (William Wallace,) 24; Twenty Son Russia, 468; the general peace of 1815, ib.
Europe, 64; origin of the Swiss confederacy,
sion of new cantons, 66 ; consequent internal
dissensions, ib. ; bad policy in regard to for-
eigners, 68; the French Revolution, 69;
jacobin intrigues in Switzerland, 71 ; secret
political clubs, 73 ; efforts at revolution in
(G. W. Peck,) 81.
W. Colton,) 509.
Sadi, the Persian Poet, 275.
Vanity Fair, review, (Charles A. Bristed,) 421
Vengeance of Eros, verse, imitated from The Whig ascendency, 221 ; Whig principles-
opposition to executive usurpation-the veto,
Procures a collegiate education by teaching, executive functions, 223; ambitious views
ested professions of our candidate, 548;
Congress restored to its original functions
by this election, ib.; a deadly blow given
Administration in the matter of annexation-
the Possession of Schleswig, (Prof. Adol 550 ; what we have gained by the war, 551 ;
tariff system of the Administration, ib.;
D.,) 367. Man the centre and embodiment son's experiment in banking, 552; doctrine
of the country, ib. ; working of the credit
D. Barnard,) 221. Objects to be gained by tration, 559.