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The Westminster Review, for

April, 1849.

The North British Review, for

May, 1849.

Blackwood's Mag., for March,

April and May, 1849.

Fable for Critics, or a glance at a lew
of our literary progenies, from the
tub of Diogenes, 239

France, Monarchical and Republican,

the Constitutions of, together

with brief historical remarks re-

lating to their origin, and the

late Orleans Dynasty; by Bernard

Roelker, of the Boston Bar. Bos-

ton: 1848, 502

Franklin, Benj., his biography, 267

Free School System in So. Ca., 31

1. Reports on the Free School
System, to the General Assembly
of South-Carolina, at the Regular
Session of 1839.

2. Suggestions relative to the
Free School System in South-Ca-

.rolina, submitted to the Special
Committee of Five appointed to
report, &c. 1846.

3. Report on the Free School
System in South-Carolina; by R.
F. W. Allston, Esq. 1846.

Friends and Fortune, Drury's, 243


Geology of South.Carolina, Report on
the; by M. Tuomey, Member of
the "American Association of
Geologists and Naturalists," Cor-
responding Member of the "Natu-
ral History Society of Boston,"
and of the "Academy of Sciences
of Philadelphia." Columbia, S.C.
A. S. Johnston. 1848, 161

Gila, the Gold Mines of the, by
Webber, 258

Girondins, Histoi redes; par A. De-

Lamanine. Tom. i., ii. Conte-

nant les volumes i., ii., iii., iv.,

v., vi., vii., viii. New-York: F.

Gaillardet, Editetir Bureau da

Courrier des Etats Unis. 12 Park

Place. 1847, 53


Iconograpkic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature and Art, 264

K. Kavanagh, Longfellow's; a tale, 245 L.

Labor, the Right to. Journal des Economistes. Vol. 21st, from August to November, (1848,) inclusive, 138

Libyan Desert, Adventures in, and the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, 263

Lynch's Narrative of the U. States Exploring Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea, 233


Mardi: and a Voyage Thither, 260 Memorial to the Stale Legislatures of the United States, 254 Midnight Sun i a Pilgrimage, 261 Money, a Man made of, 262 Montague's Narrative of the Exploring Expedition to the Dead Sea, 236 Mordaunt Hall, or a September Night, 261 Mystic Tie, by Mackey, 270


National Constituent Assembly, (of France,) History of the, 259

Navigation Lavs, the Anatomy of the; by John Lewis Ricardo, Esq., M.P. London: Charles Gilpin. 8vo. 336. 1847, 416

Nineveh and its Remains: with an account of a visit to the Chaldaean Christians of Kurdistan, and the Yezidls or Devil-worshippers, and an inquiry into the manners and arts of the ancient Assyrians; by Austen H. Layard, Esq., D.C.L. New-York: G P Dutnam. 1849. 2 vols. 8vo., 1


Oration, delivered before the "Fourth of July Association," by Mitchell. 1848, 256

Oration,delivered before the "Fourth of July Association," by Miles. 1849, 257

Oration, delivered in the Fort at Moultrieville, on the 28th June, 1849, 267

Oration, on the subject of Education, 267

Poets, Recent American, 224

1. Rhymes of Travel, Ballads, and otherPoems; by Bayard Taylor, author of "Views a-foot," Sec. Second edition. New-York: Geo. P. Putnam. 1849.

2. Sketches of Life and Landscape; by Rev. Ralph Hoyt. New edition, enlarged. N.Y.: George P. Putnam. 1849.

3. Orta-Undis, and other Poems; by J. M. Legare. Boston: William D. Ticknor & Co. 1849.

4. Poems by a South-Carolinian. Charleston: Samuel Hart, Sen'r. 1848.

Poems, by William Cowper, 260 R.

Rip Van Winkle,Illustrations of, 272 Roman Catholic Church, the Good and Bad in, 251 Rome, the Liberty of, by Elliot, 266


Sea Lions; or the Lost Sealers, 263 Second War between the United States of Americaand Great Britain, Historical Sketch of the, 255 Seven Capital Sins, by Sue, 253 Shakspearian Reader, by Hows, 249 Society and Government, 268 South-Carolina Institute, Constitution of the, for the promotion of art, mechanical ingenuity and industry, 266 Southcy's Commonptace Book, 268 Spinoxa, ffiuvres de. Traduitespar Emile Saisset, Professeur de Philosophic au College Royal de Henry IV.; avec une Introduction duTraducteur. Paris: Charpentier, Libraire-e'diteur, 29 Rue de Seine. 1824. 2 vols. 12mo., 76

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