Buenos Ayres and the Republic of Banda
Oriental, (Mrs. S. P. Jenkins), 160 ; Ro-
A Chapter about Churches, and a peep into sas' Government; Anarchy and Murder;
Coventry, (J. B. Varnum,) 523.
Corruption of Government; Intolerance of
Administration, the, and the Country, (By religion, 161 ; Victims of Rosas' tyranny,
EARLDEN,) 227; The Oregon claim discuss twelve thousand, 163 ; Mediation of France
ed; Recapitulation of the grounds of terri. and England, 175; Overthrow of Spanish
torial title, 229; Disregard of the rights of dominion, ib. ; Reassumption of the Govo
savage nations, ib.; Grounds of the Spanish ernment by Rosas, 167.
title; True reason of Spain's yielding at the Bunyan, Some Miscellaneous Writings of
Nooika Sound Convention, 231; Rights of Noticed, 674.
England stated-Mr. Buchanan and Mr.
Packenham, 233; Mr. Buchanan's recent
Correspondence, 234; Rejection of Arbi-
tration, 235; Value of Pacific harbors, ib.; California, (H. J. Raymond,) 82; Her allee
Early position of the New Administration,
giance to Mexico to be dissolved; The mod
236; Baltimore Convention, ib.; The war of annexing Texas disapproved of; Purchase
spirit, 236;. True reason of rejecting the of California recommended, 82; Sterility
offer of Arbitration, 238.
of Lower California ; Upper California de.
Adventures on the Frontier of Texas and
scribed ; Fertility and beauty of the region;
Mexico, No. V. (Chas. Winterfield,) 17. Climate and Agricultural characteristics
Adventures on the Frontier of Texas and
considered, 83 ; Accounts of travelers;
Mexico, No. 6- concluded-(Chas. Wi Vancouver's observations, 84 ; Fertility of
the soil, aggregate of crops, 85; England
Alps and the Rhine, J. T. Headley's, Notice urged to obtain possession by correspond-
ents of the “ Times;" America laid under
American Journal of Science and Arts, Silli the imputation of desiring empire there, by
man's, Notice of, 224.
writers, 87 ; Mortgage of lands to England
"Amelia's,” (Mrs. Welby's) Poem, " The by Mexico; Power of a company feared,
Rainbow,” compared with Campbell's, 199. 89; Reference to England's dominion in
American and European Civilization, 611 Asia ; Progress of negotiation on foot in
Irish oppression and American sympathy England for California, 91 ; Mr. Clay's let-
of ; Constituents of Civilization, 612 ; ter, 95; Objections to any foreign nation's
Wealth considered as a means of Civiliza-
occupying California, 97.
tion, 613; Virtue, Morality and Religion Capital Punishment, Defence of, by Geo. B.
true elements of Civilization, 614; Ameri Cheever and Prof. Lewis-noticed, 334.
can ideas of perfection contrasted with the Cheever's “ Wanderings of a Pilgrim under
Monarchies of Europe, 615; Enlargement the shadow of Mont Blanc,” 562.
of view, a test of Civilization, 616; British Coleridge, 581.
press and criticism-traducers of America, Crashaw, 225.
617 ; Ignorance of Alison-the Judiciary Criminal Cases, Report of-noticed, 222.
of the U. S., 618; Judges of the Supreme Criminal Trials, Narrative of-noticed, 673.
Court, 619; Repudiation, 620 ; State Debts, Criticism: Coleridge, 581.
a defect in our Political System, 621 : Ex Critical Notices.- The Alps and the Rhine,
tracts from Edinburgh Review, 622; Opin J. T. Headley's, 109; Payne's Universum,
ions of Foreigners in contradistinction to
110; Poems, by Frances S. Osgood, 111;
the English, 623 ; Responsibilities and
Biographical and Critical Miscellanies, by
Wm. H. Prescott, 112; History of Silk,
Arnold's First and Second Latin Books, 454.
Cotton, Linen, Wool, &c., 112; Hart's
Arts and Artists of America-Review of Les-
bust of Clay, 220; Life of Mozart, including
ter's Serials, 517; West, 517; De Veaux,
correspondence, by, Edward Holmes, 221;
5221; Trumbull, ib. ; Rembrandt Peale, ib.
Report of Criminal Cases in the City of
Boston, 222; Sketches of Modern Litera-
ture, by Geo. Gilfillan, 223; Montezuma,
the Last of the Aztecs, by Edward Matu-
Balzac, Novelist, 240.
rin, 221; Wordsworth, a Poem-Appleton's
Beethoven, (Richard Grant White,) 642. Literary Miscellany-Life of Schiller, by
Birds and Poets illustrating each other, Carlyle, 224; American Journal of Science
(Chas. Winterfield,) 129.
and Arts, 224 ; New-York Historical Socie-
Blanchard, Laman, 330.
ty, 225; Laman Blanchard, 330; Sydney