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PUBLISHED BY BENJAMIN H. GREENE,
124 WASHINGTON STREET.
Art. I. – New Views of Christianity, Society, and the Church.
By 0. A. BROWNSON.
ART. II.- Constitutional Government.
Art. III. — The Well-instructed Scribe, or Reform and Con-
servatism; a Sermon preached at the Installation of
Rev. George F. Simmons, and Rev. Samuel Ripley, as
Pastor and Associate Pastor of the Union Congrega-
tional Society, in Waltham, Mass., Oct. 27, 1841. By
JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE.
Art. IV. - Speech of Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, on the
Distribution Bill, in the Senate of the United States,
August 24, 1841.
Art. V.- LITERARY NOTICES. — Monaldi: A Tale. By
Washington Allston. The Mechanic. By Frances
Harriet Whipple. Theory of Teaching. By A Teach-
er. - Man a Soul. By A. B. Muzzey. — The Connex-
ion between Taste and Morals. By Mark Hopkins, D. D.
- The Neutral French. By Mrs. Williams. — Mis-
sion to England in behalf of the American Colonization
Society. By Rev. R. R. Gurley. — Lecture on Civiliza-
tion. By on. Samuel Young. — Réf tation de l'Ec-
lecticisnie, &c. Par Pierre Leroux. - My Progress in
Error and Recovery to Truth. — Organic Chemistry.
By Justus Liebig. — Words in a Sunday School.
Art. I. — Charles Elwood; or the Infidel Converted. By
0. A. BROWNSON.
ART. II. Association and a Social Reform. No. I. By
Art. III. – Mr. Parker and the Unitarians. - Reply to a ques-
tion concerning the Doctrine of Immortality, Repent-
ance, Remission of Sins, &c.
Art. IV. – An Elementary Treatise on Algebra, for the use
of Students in High Schools and Colleges. By THOMAS
SHERWIN, A. M., Principal of the English High School,