I. PhiloSOPHY OF COUSIN
1. Introduction to the History of Philosophy.
By Victor Cousix, Professor of Philosophy of the
Faculty of Literature at Paris. Translated from
the French. By Henning Gotfried LINBERG.
2. Specimens of Foreign Standard Literature.
Vols. I. and II. Containing Philosophical Miscel-
lanies, translated from the French of Cousin,
JOUFFROY, and B. CONSTANT. With Introductory
and Critical Notices. By George Ripley.
3. Elements of Psychology; included in a Crit-
ical Examination of Locke's Essay on [the] Hu-
man Understanding, with Additional Pieces. By
Victor Cousin, Peer of France, &c. Translated
from the French, with an Introduction and Notes.
By the Rev. C. S. HENRY, D. D.
II. The Madison Papers
The Papers of James Madison, purchased by
Order of Congress, being his Correspondence and
Reports of Debates during the Congress of the
Confederation and his Reports of Debates in the
Federal Convention, now published from the origi-
nal Manuscripts deposited in the Department of
State, by Direction of the Joint Library Committee
of Congress, under the Supervision of Henry D.
III. MACKENZIE'S LIFE OF PERRY
The Life of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry.
By ALEXANDER Slidell MACKENZIE, U. S. N.
IV. Works of George Sand
Euvres de GEORGE SAND.
V. MARGARET MILLER DAVIDSON