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generally, as applied to the ordinary Practices of Agriculture. With 200 Engraved Illustrations. By John J. Thomas. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1854. 24mo. pp. 267.
Thoughts and Things at Home and Abroad. By Elihu Burritt. With a Memoir, by Mary Howitt. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, & Co. 1854. 12mo. pp. 364.
A Course of English Reading, adapted to every Taste and Capacity. By the Rev. James Pycroft, B.A., Trinity College, Oxford. Edited, with Alterations, Emendations, and Additions, by J. A. Spencer, D.D. New York: C. S. Francis & Co. 1854. 12mo. pp. 283.
Poems, Plays, and Essays, by Oliver Goldsmith, M.B., with a Critical Dissertation on his Poetry, by John Aikin, M.D., and an Introductory Essay, by Henry T. Tuckerman, Esq. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, & Co. 1854. 12mo. pp. 530.
The Seat of Government of the United States. A Review of the Discussions, in Congress and elsewhere, on the Site and Plans of the Federal City; with a Sketch of its Present Position and Prospects; also, Remarks on Monumental Structures and the Smithsonian Institution. Read (in part) before the New York and Maryland Historical Societies. By Joseph B. Varnum, Jr. Second Edition, with an Alphabetical Index. Washington : R. Farnham.
Shakspeare's Scholar: being Historical and Critical Studies of his Text, Characters, and Commentators, with an examination of Mr. Collier's Folio of 1632. By Richard Grant White. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1854. PP. 504.
Spenser and the Fairy Queen. By John S. Hart, LL. D. Philadelphia: Hayes & Zell. 1854. 12mo. pp. 434.
A Sermon addressed to the Second Presbyterian Congregation in Albany, Sunday Morning, August 27, 1854, on the Completion of a Quarter of a Century from the Commencement of the Author's Ministry among them. By William B. Sprague, D.D. Albany.
A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, on Sabbath Morning, August 20, 1854; commemorative of the Character of Mrs. Christina Lee. By William B. Sprague, D.D. Albany. 1854.
The Epistle of Paul to the Romans; with a Commentary and Revised Translation, and Introductory Essays. By Abiel Abbot Livermore. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, & Co. 1854. 12mo. pp. 256.
Popular Tales. By Madame Guizot. Translated from the French, by Mrs. L. Burke. Boston: Crosby, Nichols, & Co. 1854. 12mo. pp. 404.
Archimedes as a mathematician and engi-
Arnett, on Bookbinding, reviewed, 344
Art, Natural Theology of, article on, 1-
Barnard's National Education in Europe,
Beecher Family characterized, 440.
Moral Significance of the Crystal Palace,
Beza's Lines to his Library quoted, 346.
Bigg, J. Stanyan, his Night and the Soul,
Black Warrior affair, 131.
quently commiserated by Wirt, 321–
Bolton's Evidences of Christianity, noticed,
Bonnardot on the Rebinding of Books, re-
Bookbinding. See Bibliopegia.
Bride of the Iconoclast, noticed, 258.
his military services, ib. -his profes-
Butler Hospital for the insane, 76.
Carpenter, Mary, her books on Reformatory
Chandler, Mary G., her Elements of Char-
Chapel of the Hermits, a poem by Whit-
Children of the Perishing and Dangerous
-his official life, 488- his exploration
Coke, Lord, his definition of non compotes
Comte's Positive Philosophy, article on, 200
its fundamental principle, 205-ac-
Crystal Palace, Dr. Bellows's Sermon on the
Cundall, Joseph, his treatise on Bookbind-
Daguerreotype, defects of the, 236.
Foote, Andrew H., his Africa and the Amer-
Gan-Eden, noticed, 530.
Gayarré's School for Politics, noticed, 533.
De Maistre, works of, reviewed, 371 — his
De Rome's merits as a bookbinder, 360.
Doran, John, his edition of Young's Works,
Du Seuil's merits as a bookbinder, 360.
Edward III. of England, a patron of hand-
Elgin, Lord, his services in negotiating the
Fisheries, importance of, 468-freedom of,
Folious Appearances, reviewed, 344 - char
Gold, influx of, as affecting national pros-
Griffin's Junius Discovered, noticed, 250.
Hale, Lord, on the accountability of the in-
Hamilton, Alexander, his opposition to Burr,
Hannett, John, his treatise on Bookbinding,
Havana, population of, 111-streets of, ib.
Hayes, John L., 'his' Vindication of the
Henck's Field-Book for Railroad Engineers,
Henry VIII., dissolution of the monasteries
Hien-foung, emperor of China, 158.
- architectural style of, 85-security of,
Howitt, Ann Mary, her Art Student in Mu-
Hume's Philosophical Works, Little, Brown,
Jefferson, joint candidate with Burr for the
Political economy defined, 506 - connected
Pope, De Maistre's treatise on the, 385.
Ray's Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity,
Renwick's Life of De Witt Clinton, article
Roger de Coverley, Sir, Addison's portrait
Roget's Thesaurus of English Words, re-
Röhner's Treatise on Musical Composition,
Romanism, article on, 371-its growth, ib.
Ruskin's Lectures on Architecture and
Safford, William H., his Life of Blennerhas-
Scott, Patrick, Poems by, noticed, 260.
Shaw, Chief Justice, his Charge on the plea
Smith, E. Oakes, her Bertha and Lily, no
Smith, E. Vale, her History of Newbury
Smith, William, his History of Greece, no-
Smithson, James, will of, 442.
Smithsonian Institution, bill for establishing,
Songs of Labor, Whittier's, 39.
St. John, Bayle, his Purple Tints of Paris,
Stowe, Rev. Calvin E., extract from an In-
Stowe, Mrs. Harriet Beecher, her Sunny
Judd, Rev. Sylvester, his Sermons on the
Jurisprudence of Insanity, article on, 327.
Lagny's Knout and the Russians, noticed,
Laissez faire principle misrepresented by
Legends of New England, by Whittier, 35.
Literature of Youth, article on, 239.
Mania defined, 328.
Marcy, Mr. Secretary, his services in the
Marsh, George P., his speech on the estab-
Martineau, Harriet, her translation of
Meacham, Hon. James, his Report on the
Mills, Abraham, his Poets and Poetry of the
Model lodging-houses in London, Mrs.
Morrison, C., his Essay on the Relations be-
Natural Theology of Art. See Art.
defects of, 273-merits of, 279- -fre-
Old Portraits and Modern Sketches, by
Padaloup's merits as a bookbinder, 360.
Pearce, Hon. James A., his Report on the
Taunton hospital for the insane, defects of,
Tower's Grammar, noticed, 259.
Turnbull's Christ in History, noticed, 261.
Washington's distrust of Aaron Burr, 297.
Wharton, Duke of, Pope's sketch of, 286-
erary Recreations and Miscellanies, no-
Wilkinson, General, an accomplice of Aaron
Wilkinson, Sir J. Gardner, on the Ancient
Wirt, William, his speech at the trial of
Woolsey's Electra of Sophocles, noticed, 540.
Wyman, Dr. Rufus, his services at the Mc-
Young, Edward, article on, 269- his Night