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PAGE Army, Notes on our, No. 1. 86 Landscape Gardening

306 * No. II. 155 Literature, A Native

378 « No. III. 246 Literary Property

415 " No. IV. 283 Love Sketches

545-616-731 « No. V. 372 Leigh Hunt's Poems. Review of

6 9 " No. VI.

75
Literary Lise of Thingum Bob, the

719 Aray, Notes on our. Reply to a Subaltern

509 Arany Again, our

510 Alpine Scenes.

521
Maltese People, Superstitions of the

81-169-206 1 Adieu to Patrons and Friends

757
Mount Ararat and the Three Churches

131
B.
Melaia and Other Poems

167 Blindness and the Blind

30
Mormon Faith and People—the Rise and Pro-

526 Briush Interference 584

548 * Blind Preacher" and “ The British Spy," the

May Day,-A Village Tale
679
Mind, the, its Powers and Results

662
C.
Malta, the Maltese, and a word of English Colo-

728 Cassical Studies

nial Rule 70

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735 Caba, Notes on

Mountain Scenery of Virginia

96 Caacasian Master and African Slave, relation between the

329 Classic Relic Recovered, A 569 National Institute

572 Cicisbeo; or Customs of Sicily, the

601-681 Notices of New Works. 64-123–188-263-327-389-446

512-573-639-702-763 D. Doona Florida. A Tale

18

0. De Mortier ; A Tale of the French Revolution

52
Oration, Mr. Webster's Bunker Hill

25 Desultory Notes on Desullory Readings 384-635-699-754 Observatory at Washington

254 Dusiategration of Letters, the

410
Our Kate

554 Dickson's Poems-Notice of

424 Demon's Game of Chess, the

481

P.
E.

Patrons, the Editor to his
Proverbial Philosophy

22 Enchanted Gifts, the 89

73 Edward Moreland, a Passage in the Life of

Portrait, My Daughter's 114

159-217-298

Pretension, A Tale
E D. and Mr. Simms, reply to

193-289
Profane Genesis

229-438 English Orthography 544

233 Economy of Life, the

Poetical Similarities
648-714
Prize Tale, the

277-349-426 Editor's Table 61-121-181-262-306-387-757 Poet's Mission, the

303 Pliny the Younger

360-444-505-608

538-673 Fine Arts, the influence of, on the Moral Sensibilities 109 Present Condition of Letters French and English Propagandism

577

R. Frieadship 615

78 "Fair Play"- Answer to

630 Relics, Interesting
Reginald de Lacy—a Passage in the Life of

209 G.

Recollections of Six Days' Journey in the Moon 434-492 Georgia Scenes, Darby Anvil 43 Rural and Domestic Life in Germany, the

563 Gibraltar, Letters from

93 Gossip about a few Books

252

S. Gulf Stream and Currents of the Sea. Paper on the 393 Stone House," the

40 Geanings from different Histories, or an Historical

Shelley

104 Sketch of the Knights of Malta 496 Slavery in the French Colonies

268 Gertrude ; A Novel 513-641-705 Speculative Philosophy. Cui Bono?

357

552
Schoolmaster, the First
H.
Sciote Captive, the

592-652 Heroes in America

69 Hope

599

T.
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Thirty years passed among the Players in England

166 and America

7-137-340-449 International Copyright Law

240 Insanity in the United States. On the Distribution of 178 Tennyson's Poems

315-383 Texas, the Annexation of

667 lasanity in Criminal Cases, the Plea of

U. J. Jeptha Leathers; or the Philosophy of Failure 485 University of Virginia, the Society of Alumni of the 635 L.

V. Literature, Cheap

33 Voyage in the East, in 1843–Extracts from Literary Associations 152 Notes of

367-502 Legend of the Shepherd's Clock, the 287 'Virginia, the Colonial History of

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ORIGINAL POETRY.
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Axe of the Settler, the-by Mary E. Hewitt
39 Night, by Anna M. Hirst

17
Absent Sister's Lament, the
554 Not Again, by Judge A. B. Meek

30
Autumn-by the Stranger
737 Night, the Coming on of, by H. B. Hirst

33
Nature's Lesson, by A. B. Meek

469
B.
Night, by E. B. Hale

614
Burial of Eros, the-by Henry B. Hirst
92 Niagara, by C. C. L

647
Betrayed, the

276

0.
Burial at Sea, by Dr. Jno. C. McCabe

282
Bivouac in the Desert, A

409
Once Again

306
Our Younger, Happier Days, by L. J. Cist :

349
C.

P.
Chaos, by Wm. Oland Bourne

22
Crusader's Return-by D. H. Robinson

Parents' Lament over their child, Louisa Overton, the 85
106

326
Cottage, the

Poesy
276
Poet's Grave, the

339
Parting from Niagara

571
Doom of the Children, the-by Wm. Oland Bourne

666
President's Bride, to the-by Owen G. Warren

201
Dead Man's Race, the--by W. G. Blackwood

296

R.
E.

Reflections at the Grave of Midshipman
fell in a duel

372
Early Lays, by W. Gilmore Simms

79
Endymion, by H. B. Hirst

440

S.
Evening Walk, an
563 Sonnet Writing, by D. H. Robinson

60
F.

72
Song of the Scald, Biorne, the--by H. B. Hirst
Surrender, the-A Sonnet

96
Forsaken Irish Girl, the-by Eliza of Maine
490 Sunflowers, the-Versified from the German

154
Funeral of Time, the-by H. B. Hirst
525 Stanzas-Self-Reckoning,

167
Forsaken, the-by Anna M. Hirst
630 Southern l.yre's Waking Moments, the

181
G.

Sunnets from Petrarch, by Miss Mary G.
Wells

200-502-661
Goodness
106 Sonnet, Endurance-by Anna M. Hirst

246
Give me a Talisman of Love
114 Sonnet, My Lady's Absence

251
Grares, the-by E. B. Hale
168 Sonnet-by D. H. Robinson

315
Grouped Thoughts and Scattered Fancies. A col-

Stars, the-by Isherwood

359
lection of Sonnets
422-433-520 Stanzas-by C. M. A.

377
God Bless the Mariner, by Mary E. Hewitt 538 Song. Inscribed to one about to form " A Marriage
Geraldine, by H. B. Hirst

619
of Convenience"

377
H.

Sonnets-hy Anna M. Hirst I. The Desolated.
NI. The Poet's Grave

496
Holy Hour, the-by Mrs. E. J. Eames
165 Sonnet, on Reading ihe Odyssey

504
Honors of Poesy-to Woman, the

638
Sonnet, to Helen-by John Tomlin

569
Hymn to Jove-by Cleanthes

727
Sunrise

569
I.
Sonnets to Franklin's Printing Press

538
Iphigenia at Tauris. A Dramatic Poem 2-65-129-265

T.
Irish Exile, the-by Thomas Dunn English

with a Withered Rose Bud

43
Isabelle. A Ballad, by H. B. Hirst

199
Imitations from Anacreon

" Tableaux," the-A Dream-by H. P. Vass, De-
501
ceased

158
I Will Weep-by the Young Bard of N. Hampshire 651 Thou shalt Ne'er be Gay

367
Iron Steed, ihe-from a Poem, by Payne Kenyon

Trifles Light as Air-by A. B. Meek

377
Kilbourn
671 The Harp I Touched

496
L.
To Mary-by J. Strong Rice

542
Lines by a Father, on the Death of a Child. Ad Tempest of the Soul, the-by Mrs. Maria G. Buch-
dressed to the Mother
88

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Lines, Suggested by the Death of Sister Claudia 177 Thoughts—by John C. McCabe

607
Lines, by Mrs. Maria G. Buchanan

228
The Time to Die-by E. B. Hale

678
Lines to the Absent

547
Two Mothers, the-by Mrs. E. J. Eames

678
Lines. “What Shadows we are, what Shadows

Thoughts suggested by a Picture of Westminster Abbey 713
we Pursue"

571 Triumph of Religion, the-by Mrs. Maria G. Buchanan 734
Lines, Written after Sickness, by Mrs. E. J. Eames 630

V.
Love of Country-by Lewis J. Cist.

719 Vision of Drythelm, the-by Mrs. Jane L. Swift 151
Lines suggested on seeing the Stanzas upon the words
“Woman, thy Place is Behind the Throne 753

W.
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Warriors, the two-by N. C. Brooks

25
Widowed Grief; A Pair of Portraits

52
Moonlight Musings, by E. B. Hale
76 Wife's Prayer for her Husband at Sea, the

166
Mother, to my-by Mrs. Maria G. Buchanan

103
“Woman, ihy Place is Behind the Throne"

633
Mildred, to-by D. H. Robinson
178 Woman's Eyes, the Light of

731
Maid of Roanoke

746
Musings, by Dr. John C. McCabe

356
Mocking-Bird, heard during sickness, to a-by L. V. 414

Y.
Mother, to my-by J. Strong Rice

470 Young Bard of New Hampshire, the-hy Am. South 507
May-Day Addresses
550 Young Mother, the-by C. c. L.

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NO. I. --VOL. X.--JANUARY, 1844.

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ORIGINAL PROSE ARTICLES.

ORIGINAL POETRY.

PAGE

1. The Eitor to his Patrons....

...112. Iphigenia at Tauris. A Dramatic Poem in Five

2. International Copyright Law-In a letter to the

Acts. Translated from the German of Goëthé.. 2

Hon. I. E. Holmes, M. C., from South Carolina, 13. Night. By Anna Maria Hirst, Philadelphia.... --17
by W. Gilmore Simms, LL.D.....
-7 14. Chaos. By Wm. Oland Bourne....

22
3. Dona Florida. A Tale, by the author of " Atalan 15. The two Warriors. By N. C. Brooks, M. A.. ..25
tis." &c.- A review of...
....18 16. Not Again. By Judge A. B. Meek..

-30
4. Proverbial Philosopby, by Martin Farquhar Tup 17. The Coming on of Night. By Henry B. Hirst. 33
per, M. A., of Christ's Church, Oxford. A re-

18. The Axe of the Settler. By Mary E. Hewitt...-..39
view of......

22 19. To E-, with a withered Rose Bud. By H. B.
9. Mr. Webster's Bunker Hill Oration. A reply to

Hirst.....

-43
concluded........
25 20. Widowed Grief; A Pair of Portraits.

..52

6. Blindness and the Blind..

.30 21. Sonnet-Writing. By D. H. Robinson.

- 60

7. Cheap Literature ; its Character and Tendencies,

by a Southron. E. D. Colombia, S. C........ 33

EDITOR'S TABLE.

8. The “Stone House;" Yorktown; Rosewell and

Werowocomoco. By C. C., Petersburg, Va.......40 22. Notices of New Works....

61-64

9. Georgia Scenes. Darby Anvil. By Judge Long 23. Our Number......

.64

street..

43 24. Note to the article on Copyright....

.64

10. De Mortier; a Tale of the French Revolution..... .52 25. Cover. See Opinions of the Press and letters of Cor-

11. Heros in America...

.60 respondents, Exchange Papers, &c.

PAYMENTS TO THE SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER.

Ailworth, James J....Accomac C. H., Va........vol 8-9| Love, Miss Mary Jane.... White Plains, Va........vol 9

Arthur, Alexander H..Vicksburg, Miss..Pd. to close 1844 Lewis, Miss Sarah F....Point Pleasant, Va...-...vol 9

Akin, B. W

Madison, North Carolina.... - vol 9 Lumpkin, Mrs. Mary J.. Athens, Ga....Pd. to Jan., 1844

Auten, P. W .....WFP.... Augusta, Georgia. vol 9 Mason, B. W ....Richmond, Virginia....Pd. to Aug. 1814

Baynard. T. H. W...GWB..Clinton, Louisiana....vol 9 McGill, J. D. Urbana, Virginia..

vol 9

Battey, Dr. Thomas W.... Louisville, Georgia...-vol 8-9 Murphy, James M.... Decatur, Alabama. .vol 10

Bates, Miss Elizabeth S..Franklin, Mississippi..vol 7-8-9 Murrell, Mrs. S. F. B.....Belmont, Mississippi...vol 8-9

Breck, Samuel....Knoxville, Tennessee.. vol 10 Melrose, Mrs. Alexander.. Macon, Ga...Pd. to July, 1844

Chapman, W. W...GWB...Clinton, Louisiana..vol 8-9 Merritt, Mrs. Dr. Jane S..WG..Hicks' Ford, Va...vol 9

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Elder, Dr. Samuel....Fairmount, Illinois.. ..vol 9 Overby, B. H. ..Jefferson, Georgia.

vol 9

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vol 9

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vol 9

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Hadden, Wm..

Newnan, Georgia.

vol 9 Stem, A. M......Green Spring, Ohio.. vol 9 10

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Herndon, John M.... Fredericksburg, Virginia.....vol 10 Taylor, Dr. B. W .... Monticello, Florida... vol 9

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vol 8-9

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vol 9

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vol 9

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.. vol 9 Wornum, Wm. L.......Clinton, Georgia.

vol 9

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...vol 9

WHAT'S DOING.

We have collected some scraps for our monthly summary, but the kindness of our valuable contributors bas left us
little room. An Editor hardly knows how much space he will have until his other matter is in type.

Since writing the Review of Mons. Violet, &c., we learn that he is a French adventurer who figured in Texas un.

der the title of Count de Narbonne. He obtained Kendall's Sketches, &c., from Mr. Falconer, one of the Sanie Fé

prisoners.

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