Über dieses Buch
Bücher bei Google Play
I. CHARLES EDWARD, THE Pretender
Histoire de Charles-Edouard, dernier Prince de
la Maison de Stuart, précédée d'une Histoire de la
Rivalité de l'Angleterre et de l'Écosse. Par AMÉ- DÉE PICHOT, D. M.
II. BROUGHAM'S LIVES OF MEN OF LETTERS
Lives of Men of Letters and Science, who flour-
ished in the Time of George the Third. By HENRY,
LORD BROUGHAM, F. R. S. Second Series.
'III. THE SOURCES OF THE DIVINA COMMEDIA
1. La Divine Comédie avant Dante. Par M.
2. Études sur les Sources Poétiques de la Divine
Comédie. Par A. J. OZANAM.
IV. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THOMAS À BECKET. . 118
The Life and Letters of Thomas à Becket, now
first gathered from the Contemporary Historians.
By the Rev. J. A. GILES, D. C. L., late Fellow of
Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
V. MEMOIRS OF THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIONS . . 161
Memoirs of the Administrations of Washington
and John Adams, edited from the Papers of Oliver
Wolcott, Secretary of the Treasury. By GEORGE
A Universal and Critical Dictionary of the Eng-
lish Language; to which are added Walker's Key
to the Pronunciation of Classical and Scripture Prop-
er Names, much enlarged and improved; and a
Pronouncing Vocabulary of Modern Geographical
Names. By JOSEPH E. WORCEster.
Urania, a Rhymed Lesson, pronounced before the
Mercantile Library Association, October 14, 1846.
By OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
VIII. MACKENZIE'S LIFE OF DECATUR
The Library of American Biography. Conduct-
ed by JARED SPARKS. Vol. XXI. The Life of Ste-
phen Decatur, a Commodore in the Navy of the
United States. By ALEXANDER SLIDELL MACKEN-
ZIE, U. S. N.
Hochelaga; or England in the New World.
ited by ELIOT WARBURTON, Esq., Author of the
Crescent and the Cross.
X. CRITICAL NOTICES.
1. Sumner's Phi Beta Kappa Address
2. Howe on Prison Discipline
3. Liddell and Scott's Greek Lexicon
4. Smith's Memoir of Fichte.
5. Report on Tenements for the Poor
6. Livermore's Lectures to Young Men
NEW PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED
Sketches of Modern Literature and Eminent Liter-
ary Men (being a Gallery of Literary Portraits).
By GEORGE GILFILLAN.
II. SCHOOLCRAFT ON THE IROQUOIS INDIANS .
Report on the Census of the Iroquois Indians in the
State of New York, taken by Order of the Legisla-
ture in 1845. By HENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT.
III. AIKIN'S LIFE OF ADDISON
The Life of Joseph Addison. By LUCY AIKIN.
IV. GREEK LEXICOGRAPHY
1. A Comprehensive Lexicon of the Greek Lan-
guage, adapted to the Use of Colleges and Schools
in the United States. Third Edition, greatly en-
larged and improved. By JOHN PICKERING.
2. A Greek-English Lexicon, based on the Ger-
man Work of Francis Passow. From the English
Edition of Liddell and Scott, with Additions. By
V. ROBERT HALL'S CHARACTER AND WRITINGS
The Miscellaneous Works and Remains of the
Rev. Robert Hall, with a Memoir of his Life, by
OLINTHUS GREGORY; and a Critical Estimate of his
Character and Writings, by JOHN FOSTER, Author of
Essays on Decision of Character, &c.
VI. NINE NEW POETS
1. Poems. By R. W. EMERSON.
2. Poems. By WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING.
3. Schiller's Homage of the Arts, with Miscel-
laneous Pieces from Rückert, Freiligrath, and other
German Poets. By CHARLES T. BROOKS.
4. Poems. By WILLIAM W. STORY.
5. Poems. By THOMAS BUCHANAN READ.
6. The Island Bride, and other Poems. By JAMES
7. Poems. By FRANCES ELIZABETH BROWNE.
8. Songs of the Sea, with other Poems. By EPES
9. Shells from the Strand of the Sea of Genius.
By HARRIET FARLEY.
VII. DUER'S LIFE OF LORD STIRLING.
The Life of William Alexander, Earl of Stirling,
Major-General in the Army of the United States,
during the Revolution; with Selections from his
Correspondence. By his Grandson, WILLIAM ALEX-
The New Timon, a Romance of London. First
American from the Third London Edition.
IX. TAYLOR'S VIEWS AFOOT IN EUROPE
Views afoot; or Europe seen with Knapsack and
Staff. By J. BAYARD TAYLOR. With a Preface by
N. P. WILLis.
X. AMARI'S HISTORY OF THE SICILIAN VESPERS . . 500
La Guerra del Vespro Siciliano, o un Periodo delle
Istorie Siciliane del Secolo Decimo Terzo. Per