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An Hour on Lake St. Peter,..

59 EDITOR'S TABLE, -73,168, 256, 358, 457, 549

A Few Candid Observations,...

95 Early American Travellers in Palestine,. ....358

A German Song,..

.128 Epitaph on a Poor Man,...

.449

An Essay on Ancient and Modern Greek,....167 Eothen : Travels in the East,

.450

Ancient Travellers in the East,

.168 Essays by THEOPHILUS PARSONS,. ..455

An Invitation. By ALBERT PIKE, Esq.,.. 202 Elegiac Stanzas. By H. W. ROCKWELL, Esq.,495
A Race on the Bahama Banks. By NED Epigram : to a Poetaster,..

..532

BUNTLINE,

-203 English Poetry and Poets of the Present Day, 535

A Chapter on Lines,...

224

Address and Dinner of the New-York His-

torical Society,.

250

F.

A Night-Adventure in Cuba. By Ned

BUNTLINE,

.326 Farewell Thoughts: to my Cousin Jane,....160

A Specimen of Early Western Eloquence,...362

A ioneer Sketch : drawn from Nature,.. .388

G.

Athirst for Love. By John H. RHEYN,....396

A Ditty. By John WATERS,...

.414 Gossip of a Player. By the late WILLIAM

A Chapter on Middies. By NED BUNTLINE,.424 ABBOTT,

.14, 496

An Invocation. By ALBERT PIKE, Esq.,.. .432 Gossip with Readers and Correspondents, 81,

An Original Poem, by the late J. G. C.

175, 265, 363, 461, 555

BRAINARD,

.459 General HAMILTON's Secret Offence against

A Fragment of Family History,...

.504

AARON BURR,...

.256

An Oriental Epistle : the KNICKERBOCKER Guard-House Tales. By 'ROPER,'. .527

Talisman,

549

H.

B.

Heaven: a Fragment,

102

Birds of Passage. By E. GALLAUDET,...... 12 Hints to Lovers: or Courtship by Rule, .341

Bornholm: From the Russian of KARAMSIN,.216 Heart-Wishes. By SUSAN PINDAR,..

Book-Keeping, or the Rich Man in Spite of Hill's Treatise on Arithmetic,.

456

Himself,..

.261

Burial of WILLIAM the Conqueror,. 331

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Death: the Record of a Dream,

57 Knowing Characters. By ALBERT PIKE,

Dark Ellspeth's Life-Tale,..

Esq.,...

.211

.113, 223

Discipline and Effort, or Mrs. Stewart, .136

Dirge for an Tufant,

.144

L.

Dr. LEE's Discourse at Geneva College, .162
Doubting Moments,
..303 Letters from Cuba,...

..1, 145
Days Long Ago,...

..315 L'Envoi to a Lady,..
Duelling : or Honorable Satisfaction,' .502 | Lines to General MIRABEAU B. LAMAR,.....242

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487

65

L.

S.

Lines from a Humble Lover to a Cruel Sonnet Addressed by an Old Husband to a
Lady,
340 Young Wife..

.310
Lines to my Sister,

..404 Sketches of the Great West. By LEWIS F.
Lines on the Death of a Beloved Child,......441 THOMAS, Esq.,...

.316
Legal Maxims, and so forth,..
..460 Scene in a Parisian Court of Justice,.

.359
Lines on the Twin Live Oaks, at Beverly, Sketch of MIRABEAU B. LAMAR. By FRAN-
Georgia,....
494 cis COPCUTT,...

.377
Stanzas to Fanny. By ALBERT PIKE, Esq.,..387

M.

Some Thoughts on Dreams,.

.413

Some Thoughts on Bores,..

.457

My Grand-father's Portfolio,

..25, 482 Shadows. By Rev. WILLIAM THOMPSON

More of Sands' Literary Remains, The Black

BACON,.....

518
Vampyre,..

73

Masculine and Femine Rivers,...

..159

T.

Mrs. ELIZABETH BARRETT BARRETT's
Poems,..

.173 The Desert of the World: An Allegory,.... 13

MAPES' Address Before the Mechanics' Insti- The Dream of a Child. By John H. RHEYN, 31

tute,

.255 The Dream-Angel. After JEAN PAUL,.. 44

Mater Dolerosa,

.325 The St. Leger Papers,.

.47, 243, 433

Morus Multicaulis at Tinnecum,..

405 The Dying Year. By Miss Mary GARDINER, 53

My Grand-father's House,..

441 The Bench and Bar of Vermont,

55

My Early Love. By ALFRED TENNYSON, The Poor: God help them! By Miss MARY
Esq., England, ...

E. HEWITT,

Mrs. CHILD's Letters from New York,.. ....517 The Attache: or Sam SLICK in England, .. 66

Madame Orro's Concert,..

..552 | The Drama....

79

Men Without Souls,.

.554 The Destruction of Carthage. By Miss Mary

GARDINER,

..103

N.

The Voyage of Life. By John H. RHEYN,.. 108

The Musical Neighbors : A Sketch from Life, 122

New Year Fancies,..

.135 The Stage considered as a Moral Institution,..129

Noah's Discourse on the Restoration of the The Wail: A Poetical Collection. By H.

Jews....

.249 W.LONGFELLOW,..

.165

Notre-Dame Aux Violettes, a Legend, ..:360 The Weeper's Dream. By WM. WILSON,....196

Necessity for a National Literature,.. .415 'The Ranger's Adventure,...

.198

The Wits End:' A Retort Legal,..

201

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The Adventure, or the Speculator's Victim,..208

The Walking Gentlemen. Number One,.... 209

On Perception. By John Waters,. .312 The Soldier's Bride: A Tribute of Affection,.223

On the Received Laws of Planetary Mo- The Shower-Bath Evaded : A Fragment,.....234

tion,

.519

The Lost Fawn: An Authentic Sketch. By

ROPER,...

235

P.

The Lady Ann: A Ballad. By John G.

Saxe, Esq.....

248

Poems, by Mrs. Mary N. M'DONALD,. 71

The Payment of the Pennsylvania Interest,..257

Passages from the Russian of KARAMSIN,....109 The late Matthew C. Field. Phazina'

Phreno-Al nemotechny, or the Art of Memory, 352 at Niagara,

262

Poems by WillIAM W. LORD,. ..518 The Study of Natural History as a School-

Classic,....

283

Q.

The Advent of Spring: An Ode of Horace,296

The Scalp-Hunter: A Semi-historical Sketch,297

Quoters and Quotations ; Plagiarists and Pla-

The Polygon Papers,..

giarisms,..

.332, 471

32

The Gales of Spring. By CLAUD HALCRO,.346

The Chemist's Dream,.

347

R.

Thoughts at Mount Hope,..

.357

Reminiscences by an Old Man,...

46 The Duty of the American Teacher. By J.

Reminiscences

.354

the Last Sixty-Five Years, 70
N. Bellows, Esq.,...

351

Requiem for the Departed,..

216 The Library of American Biography,..

The Phariseeism of the Age,

.397

s.

The Foreign Missionary's Call: A Dream, ... 423

Thoughts in Spring-Time,.

.427

Stanzas for Two Voices. By John WATERS, 43 The Seven Tyrants..

.428

Stanzas: You and I. By WILLIAM Pitt PAL-

Temperance Dick: An Epigram,.

.440

MER, Esq.,...

45 The North American Review for April,.. 453

Sonnet: To Reason,

65 | The Doom of Malaga. By Miss MARY GAR-

Something to Die For..

.104 DINER,...

..480

St. Valentine's Day, and other Matters,

126 The Fricuds: A Colloquy. Number One,...488

Stanzas: Saturday Evening,.

.134 The Solitude of the Soul. By Mrs. Enpslo,..503

SANDS'' Black Vampyre.'.

.171 The Pilgrimage of Life. By Wm.J. COLGAN,.519

Sketches of the Great West. By Lewis F.

The Widow's Honie. By MARY A. LAWSON,.526

THOMAS, Esq.,.

.189 The Fountain. By Rev. Wm. T. BACON,..533

Sonnet: MARY, the Mother of Jesus,' 215

Stanzas: November. By H. M. IDE, jr.,. .227

W.

Society for the Promotion of Mutual Admira-

tion,

.259

Within the Veil. By Rev. EDWARD White,

...301

Stanzas: To My Vine: A Similitude,

England,..

235

Scenes at Constantinople : The Holy Month,

Y.
Ramazan,
Stanzas: To a very Short Lady,.

........479

Yonondio: or Warriors of the Genessee,....72

..305

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