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Coleridge on the Greek Classics, 15 —

quot^i, 17.
Cooper, The Brayo, a Tale, 146.
Coronal ; a Collection of Miscellany

ous Pieces, 221.
Cotton Gin, invention of, 327.
CtM y Soler, editor of Reyista Bimes-

tre Cubana, 1761.
CtUler, President of Tale College, 3.


Dagget, President of Tale College, 7.

Danes and Normans, History ol, 245
et seq.

DanU, first commentary on, rare edi-
tion of, 344.

Davis, Daniel, Precedents of Indicts
ments, and Office and Duty of
Grand Jurors, 507.

Ikty, President of Tale College, 9.

Days of Childhood, 260.

Dume, History of Scituate, 72.

Delectus Senlentiarum Grsc., 339.

Demonology, Ghosts, and ApparitionS|

D'Homergue and Duponceau, Essays
on American Silk, 230.

Dictionary, English, Webster's Com-
pendious, 93 — by an American
gentleman, 94 — by J. £. Worces-
ter, 95, 100, 101.

Doane, A. Sidney, translation of
Scouttetten's work on the Cholera,

Domestic Chemist, 430.

Dndghl, President of Tale College, 8.

jDvmocA, Abridgment of Ains worth's
Dictionary, 7U.

jDlmep^ Forestalled, or Lectures on
Diet, Regimen, and Employment,

EgUcHc Raviewy 83.

Farmer, John, Edition of Belknap's
History of New Hampshire, 437.

Feather stonhaugh, Monthly American
Journal of Geology and Natural
Science, 407.

FeUtham, Owen, Resolyes, Ac., re-
viewed, 451.

Fenehn, Treatise on Education of
Daughters, translated from the
French, 857 — Dialogues on £lo>
quence, 423.

Field, American School Geoffraphy.
340. B y jf

Fisk, Grammar of the Greek Lan-
guage and Greek Exercises, 238.

Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, Life and
Death of, by Thomas Moore, 50.

FoUen, Inaugural Discourse, 104.

FowU, Wm. B., French First Claa».
Book, 513.

Fox, T. B., Oration at the Centennial
Celebration of the Birth-day of
Washington, 392.

Freeholder, Appeal to the People of
the United States, 256.

Frost, History of Ancient and Mod-
ern Greece, 189.

Fuller, Holy and Profane Stote, 27.

G. *

Gannett, Address before the Boston
Sunday School Society, 171.

Gettgrapky, American School, 340.

Ge^ogy and Mineralogy of Noya Sco-
tia, 398 — Geology and Natural
Science, Journal of, 407.

German language and literature, 104
— German literature and English
compared, 107 et seq.

Gesture, Practical Treatise on, 372.

Qibbs*s Hebrew Lexicon, mUwad,
12, 256.

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Oodmany J. D., Ameriean Nataral
History, 317.

Gospel History, Extracts from, with
Reflections, &c., 425.

Graeter, German and English Phra-
se*, 340. , _^

Grmtiinar, Hebrew, 12 — Greek, 238
— English, 376.

GranvUU, A. B., Catechism of Facts,
&c. respecting the Nature, &c. of
Cholera, 382.

Grayt F. C, Oration on the Hun-
dredth Anniversary of the Birth-
day of Washington, 392.

Greece, History of. Ancient and Mod-
ern, 189.

Greek Classics, Introduction to, 14.

Greanoood, Liturgy for the Use of
King's Chapel, 78.

Griffins Remains, reviewed, 19 — his
poems, 19— his tour through Italy
and Switzerland, 19 et seq. — tour
through France, England, and Scotr
land, 22— lectures at Columbia
College, 23.

GrigithjEi. E., Edition of Ryan's Med-
ical Jurisprudence, with Motes and
Additions, 440.

GrimlU, Address at Sunday School
Jubilee, 77.


Ball, Child's Instructer, 261.

Harvard University Library, 263, 433.

Uerschdl, John J. F., Discourse on
the Study of Natural Philosophy,
54 — Dr., description of, 416.

Hildreth, View of the United States,
342— Abridged History of the Uni-
ted States- Sequel to the View, 342.

HisUnieal Society , Maine, Collections
of, 223.

History, United States, abridged, 342.

Hitchcock, Lectures on Diet, Regi-
men, and Employment. 198.

Holbrook, J. and Others, Scientific
Tracts, 310.

Hospital, Lunatic, at Worcester, 395.

Hunt, Address before Societies of the
University of Nashville, 77.

Jackson, C. T., and Alger Fr., Winer-
aloffy and Geology of Nova Scotia,

John, Biblical Archaeology, English
translation of, by Thomas C. Up-
ham, 482.

Johnson, Method of Acquiring a Full
Knowledge of the English Lan-
guage, 172.

Jones, .\ew Conversations on Chem-
istry, 65.

Junius, Letters on, by Isaac Newhall
— Essay on, by B. Waterhouse*
reviewed, 33.

Juvenal, Satires of, 304 — Note to the
same, 343.

Kater and Lardner, Treatise on Me>
chanics, 55.

Kent, Address before the Phi Beta
Kappa Society, New Haven, 1, 11.

Kitchener, Directions for Invigorating
and Prolonging Life, &c., 286.

Knapp, Lectures of Christian Theol-
ogy, 212.

Kmght, H. C, Lectures and Sermonsj

Knowledge for the People, or Why
and Because, 142 et seq.

Lee, Polyglot Bible, 83.
Lab, Lecture on Scientific Educa-
tion, 258.
LeighUm, Archbishop, Works, edited

by G. B. Cheever, with a Life, dws.

of the same, 360.
Lempriere^ Bibliotheca Classica, 475.
Lezerett, edition of Juvenal and Per-

sius, 304 — Note on the same, 343.
Lewis's Poems, reviewed, 42.
Lexicography, English, in the United

States, 93 et seq.
Lexicon, Hebrew, 12, 256.
Library of Old English Prose Writen,

24, 227, 451.
Ubrary of Select Novels, 459.
Library of Usefiil Knowledge, the

American, Vols. I, II, III, 53.
Ubrary of Harvard University —

books pertaining to America in —

need of a new building for, 263 —

additions to, 433.
Lieber, Encyclopsedia Americana, 322.
Lindley, John, Introduction to the

Natural System of Botany, 512.
Literary Intelligence, 83, 176, 263,

344, 430.
Lunatic Hospital at Worcester, 396.


MackadOi Theory of RMemblanoM,

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Maine Historical Society, CollectioiiB
of, 223.

Malta, account of, 119 et seq.

Muhanicsy 1 reatiae on, by Kater and
Lardner. 55.

Medical Juriepradence, Ryan's Man-
ual of, 446.

Mineralogy and Geology of Nova Sco-
tia, 3Uti.

Moore, Thomas, Life and Death of
Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 50.

Morris, Gouverneur, Life, Correspon-
dence, and Miscellaneous Papers
of, 487.

MitUcr. Universal History, ^5.

MVickar, Memoir of the Rev. £. D.
Griffin, 19.

JVoteroZ Theologv, Catechism of, 114.
Natural Philosophy, Introduction to,

J^atural History of the Globe, 3 1 2.
Ktgris, Modern Greek Proverbs, B4.
JfewhaU, Letters on Junius, reviewed,

JV«to Hanmshire, Belknap's History

of, by John Farmer, with Correc«

tions and Additions, 437.
JiichoU, Catechism of Natural The-
ology, 114.
Northmen, or the Danes and Normans,

History of, 245 et seq.
JVbiMt Seotiaf Mineralogy and Geology

of, 396.
Novels, Select. Library of, 459.
Jfoyes's Translation of the Psalms, 31.
JitUl^ation, State, discussed, review

of, 168.
JiuttaU, Ornithology of the United

Steles and Canada, 320.


OberUnf John F., Memoirs of^ with an
Introduction by the Amencan Edi-
tor, 469.

Ogilby, J. D., and L. L. Da Ponte.
edition of Lempriere's Classical
Dictionary, 475.

Old English Prose Writers, Library
of, reviewed, Vols. I and II, 24 —
Vol. 111,227— Vol. IV. 451.

Olmsted f Introduction to Natural Phi-
losophy, 162.

Memoir of the Life of Eli

Whitney, 327.

Ormikohgffi^ the United States and

Canada, Manual of,390— Omitbo-
logical Biography, or an Account
of the Habits, &c. of the Birds of
the United Stetes, 349 et seq.


Parsons, Directions for making Ana-
tomical Preparations, reviewed, 63.

Pearl, an Annual for 1832, 157.

Perry, M. S., First Book of the Fine
and Useful Arts. 407.

Persius, Satires of, 304.

Ponte, L. L. Da, and J. D. Ogilby.
edition of Lempriere's Classical
Dictionary, 475.

Power y Thomas, Secrecy, a Poem,413.

Prose Writers, Library of the Old
English, reviewed. Vols. I and 11,
24 — VoL III, 227 — VoL IV, 451.

Psalms, Translation of, by G. R.
Noyes, 31.

nalegh, Sir Walter, account of, 122 et

Reinhard, Plan of the Founder of

Christianity, 291.
Revista Bimestre Cubana, 176.
Reniew Encyclop^dique, 176 et seq.
Ripley, H. J., Edition of Campbell's

Lectures, and Fenelon's Dialogues

on Eloquence, 423.
Ripperda, Monument in honor of, at

Harlem, 86.
Rose, Translation of Sallust, 181.
Rossi^ on the defect called Squinting,

Rotteek, Universal History, 177.
Ryan, Michael, Manual of Medical

Jurisprudence, 446.


SaUust, Anthon's edition, 181 — trans-
lation of, by William Rose, 188.

Sartori, Historical and Ethnographi-
cal View of Scientific Cultivation,
&c. in Austria, 84.

Sdtuate, History of, by S. Deane, 72.

Selden, Table Talk, ^.

Scott, Sir Walter, Autobiofiraphy of,
2(i9. ^ '

ScouUetten, Proressor, Medical and
Topographical History of Cholera,

Sidney, Sir Philip, Defence of Poesy,
character of it and of the aathor,

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MiOmim, Elements of Chemistry, 199

— Life of Eli Whitney, from the
Scientific Journal of, 3»S.

9Uk^ culture of, 230 et eeq.

SmUh, Elements of Algebra, 159.

SnelUng, W. J., Truth, a Gift for
Scribblers, 408.

SeciUiffoT Promotinff Useful Know-
ledge, Boston, publications of, 54.

Spar/tM, Jared, Life, Correspondence,
&c. of Gouverneur. Morris, 487.

SUamM, Summary of the Law and
Practice of Real Actions, 164.

Sterling, J. W., translation of the Re-
port of the French Royal Academy
of Medicine upon the Cholera, 381.

Stiles, President of Yale College, 7 —
Holmes's Life of, 8.

Stitkj Mrs., Thoughts on Female Ed-
ucation, 256.

Story, iudge, Discourse before the
Boston Mechanic's Institution, 54

— Address at the Dedication of the
Cemetry at Mount Auburn, 73 —
Commentaries on the Law of Bail-
ments, 3S9.

Stuart, Hebrew Gramxmur and Chre»-
tomathy, 12.

SulUvan, Political Class Book, and
Moral Class Book, reyiewed, 58 —
Disooune before the Boston Mer-
cantile Association, 839.

Sumner, General, Address to Charlee-
town Artillery Company, 259.

Swedenborgf Li& and Writings of, 134


Tbyler, O. A., Translation ef Rein-
hard on Christianity, 291.

Tkackerf J., Demonology, Ghosts,
and Apparitions, dbc., 140.

l%acker, Judge, Charge to the Grand
Jury ofSuSblk, 336.

Thomeon, Memoirs of the Life of
Sir Walter Ralegh, 128.

limbs, Knowledge for the People, 142.

Token, aa Annual for 1832, 154.

Torrey, John, edition of Lindley's
Botany, with an Appendix, 512.

TriaU of a School Girl, 260.

Truth, a Gift for Scribblers, 408.

IVyon County, Annals of, 282 et seq.

Tucker, Light of Nature Pursued, 102.

Tuekennanj Ei^kth Report of his Ser-
yices as Minister at iiurge, in Bos-
ton, 170.


United States, View of, 342-^ Alrndg-
ed History of, 342.

Uphamy C. W., Lectures on Witch-
craft, 140.

Upkam, Th. C, translation of Jahn's
Biblical Archieology, 482.


Vernon^ Treatise on the Mulberry
Tree and Silk Worms, abridged
from De la Brousse, 230.


Wakefield, Facts on Punishment of
Death, 84.

Water house, Essay on Junius, review-
ed, 33 — Note on tlie same, 175.

Waverleu Autograph MSS., 84.

Webber, Introduction to English Gram-
mar, 376.

Webster, Daniel, Speeches and Foren-
sic Arguments oi, 67 — Remarks on
Life and Writings of, 68.

Webster, Noah, Compendious Diction-
ary, 93 — larsre quarto Dictionary,
96 et seq. — his abridgment of the
same, lUO.

Wheaton, History of the NorthmenJM5.

Whitnewy Eli, Memoir of the Utt of,

WUlis's Poem before the United Broth-
ers at Brown Uniyersity, &e. 216.

Wirt, Wm., Letters of the British Spy,
463 — Bioflrraphical Sketch of, ibtd.

Woodruff l\>ur to Malta, Greece,
Asia Minor, &c., Il6.

Woods f L. J., translation of Knapp'a
Lectures on Christian Theology,

Worcester f 1. £., Dictionary of the
English Language, 93, 101 -;- edi-
tion of Todd's Johnson as abridged
by Chalmers, 95 — Abridgment of
Webster's Dictionary, 100.

Worcester, Samuel, lliird Book for
Reading and Spelling, dtc., 425.

Worcester, 8. T., Sequel to the Spel-
fing Book, 426.

WorA of Truth, 259.

Wright, Natural History of the Globe,
from Bufibn and others, 312.


YaU College, Annala of, 1.


Zeuner, Church Music, lA

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