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Peculiar Tenets, and Present Condition. By John Evans, LL.D.
New York : Burgess, Stringer, & Co. 12mo. pp. 288.
Daily Manna for Christian Pilgrims. By Baron Stow.

Boston : Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 16mno. pp. 128.

A Church without a Bishop. The Apostolical and Primitive Church, popular in its Government, and simple in its Worship. By Lyman Coleman. With an Introductory Essay, by Dr. Augustus Neander. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. l2mo. pp. 432.

An Alarm to Christian Patriots: a Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered November 30th, 1843, in Winsted, Ct. By Rev. D. W. Clark. Hartford: Elihu Geer. 1844. 8vo. pp. 23.

Doctrines of the New Jerusalem: a Sermon delivered at the Dedication of the New Jerusalein Temple in Bath, Maine. By Samuel F. Dike. Boston: T. H. Carter & Co. 1844. 8vo. pp. 64.

Christian Mourning. A Discourse delivered at the Funeral of Rev. Lucius Bolles, D. D. By Daniel Sharp. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 8vo. pp. 44.

The Novelties which Disturb our Peace. Four Letters addressed to the Bishops, Clergy, and Laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States. By Johu H. Hopkins, D.D. Philadelphia : Herman Hooker. 12mo.

The Church ; The Faith; Tradition. A Sermon, by Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D.D. New York: Onderdonk & Forrest. 8vo. pp. 23.

A Rejected Article, in Reply to Parker's Review of “Hennell on the Origin of Christianity." By a Unitarian Minister. Boston : Benjamin H. Greene. 8vo. pp. 32.

The Hierarchical Despotism. Lectures on the Mixture of Civil and Ecclesiastical Power in the Governments of the Middle Ages. By George B. Cheever. New York : Saxton & Miles. 12.no. pp. 120.

The Thursday Lecture. A Discourse. By R. C. Waterston. Boston: William Crosby. 8vo. pp. 20.

Sixteen Lectures on the Causes, Principles, and Results of the British Reformation. By John H, Hopkins, D. D. Philadelphia : James M. Campbell & Co. 12mo.

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387. Ecclesiastes Anglicanus; being a Treatise on Preaching. By the Rev. W. Gresley, M. A. With Supplementary Notes, by the Rev. Benjamin I. Haight, M. A., New York. New-York: D. Appleton & Co. 12mo. pp. 340.

The Kingdom of God. A Sermon. Preached at the Ordination of John Pierpont, jr. By Caleb Stetson. Lynn Press. 8vo. pp. 30.

The History, Character, and Results of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. A Discourse. By Thomas Smyth, D.D. New York: Leavitt, Trow, & Co. 12mo. pp. 124.

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. Two Months Abroad; or, a Trip to England, France, Baden, Prussia, and Belgium. By a' Rail-Road Director. Boston: Redding & Co. 8vo. pp. 64.

Appeal from 'Tradition to Scripture and Common Sense; or an Answer to the Question, What constitutes the Divine Rule of Faith and Practice. By George Peck, D.D. New York: Lape & Sandford. 12mo. pp. 472.

IN D E X

TO THE

FIFTY-EIGHTH VOLUME

OF THE

North-American Review.

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A.

shown in the Custom-house, Bog.
ton, ib.

use of engaged columns
Algerine act, so called, passage of, in, 442-unornamented windows
397.

in, 443 as shown in the Boston
America, The Poets and Poetry of, by High School, 445 — in the Tre-

R. Griswold, reviewed, 1– - abun. niont Theatre, 447 — in the Ex.
dance of commonplace effusions change, 448 — in the church in
in, 6 — low standard of excellence Somerset Place, 450 — in the
in, 13 — minor poets in, 30, 35 King's chapel, 457 — in Brattle
material for poetry in, 36 — should square church, 458 — in the Epis-
become independent of foreign copal church, Cambridge, 460 -
criticism, 37 — kind of poetry in the steeple of the church in
needed in, 38. See Poets.

Summer street, 461-in that of the
American Literature, injured by the Hollis street church, 462 — in that
spirit of affectation, 283

of Park street, 463— in the new
posed to bad influences, 284 — Eu. Library, Cambridge, 470 — in the
phuists and Transcendentalists in, Bowdoin square church, 471 – in
285.

Trinity charch, Boston, 472 — in
American Notes, Change for the, re- Trinity church, New York, 477 —
viewed, 211. See Change.

position of the door in, 445 — the
American Revolution, the, effects of, Palladian style in, 454 — ante-

373 - constitutions formed during, Revolutionary examples of, 457 —
374 — adherence to old institutions the Gothic style in, 463 — unity
in, 375 — did not destroy the of style in, 468 — committee-men
Rhode Island charter, 378 - char. ought not to govern, 473— benefit
acter of, 425 — language of the of criticisms on, 479. See Gre.
fathers of, 426 — independence not cian and Gothic.
the primitive object of, 427 — how Attaché, The, or Sam Slick in Eng.
directed, 428.

land, reviewed, 211 - author of,
Apostolic Succession, doctrine of, ex. a Provincial Tory, 212 – deals in
amined by Thomas Smyth, no- antiquated political absurdities,
ticed, 512.

214 – extravagant plot of, 215 –
Architecture in the United States, quoted, 216, 217, 218, 222 — prom-

436 – low condition of, 437 inent characters in, 221 — attempt
blind fondness for Grecian, 438, to ridicule Mr. Everett in, 223 –
453— want of invention in, 439 — unfair reasoning and assumptions
examples of, adduced, 440 — as in, 224. See Sam Slick.

of, 5.

Austria not admitted into the Tariff Bridges, J., surveyor-general in
League, 76.

Maine, 307.
Aztecs, lhe civilization of, 168 -- re- Brooks, Maria, poetry of, 33.

ligious system of, 173 — highest Brown, Nicholas, gifts to Brown Uni.
form of the civilization of, 175. versity by, 230 — list of his seve-
See Mexico and Prescott.

ral benefactions, 234.
Brown University, Catalogue of the

Library of, reviewed, 227 — early
B.

history of, 234. See Library and

Catalogue.
Bancroft, George, on the charter of Bryant, W. C., beauty and tender-
Rhode Island, cited, 378.

ness of his poetry, 18.
Bangor, as a port for the lumber Buccaneer, The, by R. H. Dana,
trade, 326.

quoted, 15.
Bank of England, proceedings of, in Burke on society, quoted, 422.
1836, 119.

Byron, limited range of characters
Bank of the United States, the war

in, 273.
between it and the government,
112 - unwise conduct of, in 1837,
121 transactions of, in Michigan

C.
stock, 135.
Banks, great increase of the, 113- Cambridge, architecture of the epis-

suspension of payments by, 120. copal church in, 460 — of the new
second suspension of, 121.

library in, 470.
Barry, the architect, works of, 455. Capper, Col. James, on winds and
Benjamin, P., merits of the sonnets

monsoons, 336.

Carlin, Gov., of Illinois, his message
Bernal Diaz as a chronicler,[204. about the public debt, quoted, 140.
Bernard, Gov., correspondence of, Carlyle, Thomas, signature of, 267—
cited, 376.

whimsical peculiarities of, 284.
Bondmaid, The, by Miss Bremer, re. Cary, Thomas G., letter to a lady in

viewed, 480 — plot and characters France by, noticed, 515.
of, 492 — quoted, 492, 493 - Catalogue of the Library of Brown
its of the translation of, 496. See University, reviewed, 227 — pre.
Bremer.

pared by Charles C. Jewett, 230 -
Boston, miserable architecture of the plan and execution of, 231 — good
Custom-house in, 440 — of the

arrangement of, 232. See Library.
High school in, 445 -- of the Tre. Celsus, argument of, against Chris-
mont theatre in, 447 — the Ex- tianity, 52, 53.
change in, 448 — the Somerset Chalmers on the charters of Rhode
place church in, 450 — the King's Island and Connecticut, cited,
chapel in, 457 — Brattle square 376.
church in, 458 — the Summer St. Chambers, Sir W., on architecture,
steeple in, 461 — the Hollis St. 445.
steeple, 462 – Park St. steeple, Champlin, J. T., edition of Demos.
463 – Bowdoin square church, thenes on the Crown by, noticed,
471 – Trinity church, 472.

240 — great merits of the work,
Brande, M., on the law of storms, 242.
337.

Change for the American Notes, by
Bremer, Miss, new translations from, an American Lady, reviewed, 211

reviewed, 480 — chooses her char: one-sided purpose of, 225 bad
acters from the upper ranks, 486 style and bad reasoning in, 226 —
- healthy tone of the writings of,

quoted, ib.
487 merits of her style, 490 Cheap literature, so called, wretched
her fine portraits of children, 491 character of, 488.

- high praise due to her, ib. Chepachet, insurgent camp at, 406.
The Bondmaid by, 492 — other Christianity, effect of, on early Ger-
tales by, 497. See Bondmaid.

man poetry, 82. See Evidences.

mer-

Clark, W. G., merits of the poetry Daniell on meteorology, 356.
of, 30.

Debts of the States, the, 109—amount
Coffin, George W., report by, review- of, in 1830, 110- circumstances

ed, 299 - statement by, of lands under which they were contracted,

sold, 311, note - quoted, 327. ib. - multiplied by the desire for
Commerce, American, prosperous internal improvements, 114 — ex-

state of, in 1830, 110 — wild spirit cuses for rashness in contracting,
• of speculation in, 113 — excuses 115 — obligation to pay, 116 — fail.

for rashness in, 115 – vast increase ure to pay, 121 case of Pennsyl-
of, 117 — revulsion in, 119.

vania considered, 122 — of Mary-
Congress of 1774, cited, 428 – dele. land, 125 — of Mississippi, 130 –

gates to the, how chosen, 429. of Michigan, 134 — of Louisiana,
Connecticut, early republican gov. 137 - of Indiana and Illinois, 240

ernment of, 376 — constitution of, - three classes of, ib. — duty to
how amended, 417 — Swift on the pay, if possible, 141-case of the re.
charter of, 424.

pudiating States considered, 142-
Conquest of Mexico, History of, by to repudiate is to confiscate, 143

W. H. Prescott, reviewed, 157. or to destroy the right of property,
See Mexico and Prescott.

146 — strong obligation and mo-
Constitution of the United States, tives to pay, 147 – pretexis for

415 — of the several States, 416. non-payment refuted, 148 — ill ef.
See People.

fects of repudiating, 150 — may
Constitutional Jurisprudence of the be recovered through the courts or

United States, by W. A. Duer, by negotiation, 152 — protected by
noticed, 236 want of informa- the Constitution of the United
tion on the, 237.

States, 154 — a foreign state may
Cortés, the Conqueror, 189 — char. sue for, 155 – duty of intelligent

acter of the soldiers of, 182 — how men respecting, 156,
aided in his enterprise, 188 — high Declaration of Independence, cited,
qualities of his companions, 189 425, 428.
great capacity of, 190 — dates of Demosthenes on the Crown, edited
the evenis in his expedition, 191 by J. T. Champlin, noticed, 240

- character and life of, 197 — his - analysis of, 241.
later career, 198 — Prescott's esti. Diary, A, translated by Mrs. Howitt,
mate of, 199. See Mexico.

reviewed, 480 — faults of transla-
Cranch, C. P., poems by, 30.

tion in, 503. See Howitt.
Crosby, Alpheus, Greek Grammar Dickinson, John, on independence,

and Xenophon's Anabasis by, no- cited, 426.
ticed, 516.

Dorr, Thomas W., joins the suffrage
Crown, Champlin's edition of De. party in Rhode Island, 387

mosthenes on the, noticed, 240. chosen governor of his party, 397–
Crusades, effects of the, on German meets his legislature, 399 — entry
poetry, S2.

of, into Providence, 401 — attacks
Curiosity, Sprague's poem of, stolen, the arsenal, 402– attack on the
11.

head-quarters of, 403 — officers of,
Cushing, Luther S., his report of pro- desert him, 404 — actions of, at

ceedings in the Massachusetts Chepachet, 406 — arrested, 409 -
House of Representatives, noticed, character of, 411. See Rhode Isl.
243 — merits of the report, 247. and,

Dove, Prof., on the Law of storms,
D.

337.

Duer, William A., Lectures on the
Dalton on meteorology, 356.

Constitution of the United States
Dana, Richard H., characterized as by, noticed, 236 — his qualifica-

a poet, 13 — mental powers dis. tions for the task, 239.
played by, 14 — quoted, 15, 16 – Dunbar, David, surveyor-general
imagination and despondency of, in Maine, 307 — offensive conduct
17.

of, 308.

no-

Dunham, Dr, his opinion of Rob-

F.
ertson, 162.
Durfee, Judge, Charge to the Grand Falmouth, burning of, 318.
Jury by, 371 — merits of, 410. False Heir, The, by G. P. R. James,

reviewed, 267. See James.

Federalist, The, cited, 432.
E.

Ferdinand and Isabella, Prescott's

History of, foreign translations of,
East Indian trade, change in, 111. 158.
Ecclesiastical Republicanism, by T. Forest Lands, the, and Timber trade
Smyth, noticed, 512.

of Maine, 299 — described by the
Edmeston, description of painted early voyagers, 300 — grant of, to
glass by, 469.

Gorges, 302 — different titles to,
Education, Mann's Report on, 304 — surveyors general over, 307
ticed, 518.

-erro-

- their oppressive conduct, 308 –
Electricity, agency of, in storms, alienation of, 310 — amount sold,
343, 365.

311 — large patent rights to, 312
Espy, James P., the Philosophy of wealth obtained from, 314

Storms by, reviewed, 335 — out- speculators in, 323 — statistics of,
Jine of the theory of, 344

323 — value of the productions of,
neous account of the storm of 326 — waste and diminution of,
1780 by, 347 - quoted, 348, 351 - 327. See Massachusetts and Tim-
his misstatements exposed, 319 ber.
another wrong account of a storm Franklin, Dr., discovers a law of
by, 351
- errors in it exposed,

stornis, 335.
352 — indebted to Dalton and Dan- French and English Dictionary, edit-
iell, 356 - details of his facts and ed by J. Dobson, noticed, 517.
principles, 358 — explanation of Frieze, Jacob, History of the Con-
various natural phenomena by;

test in Rhode Island by, reviewed,
360 — beauty of his theory, 361 371.
- calculations by, 362 -

on the
amount of rain, 363 — other objec-
tions to the theory of, 364 — does

G.
not account for hail, 365 - defects
of his theory, 367 - inaccurate Gallagher, W. D., as a descriptive
statements by, 368 faults of

poet, 5.
style and taste of, 369 — unjust to Geographers, English, blunders of,
the Huttonian theory, 370. See 501.
Storms.

Geometry and the Science of Form,
Evidences of Christianity, Palfrey's Introduction to, noticed, 248.

Lowell Lectures on ihe, reviewed, German Poetry, history of, by Ger.
39 — contents of the volumes, 40 vinus, 79 — the early ballads lost,
- errors committed by most writ. 80 - rude character of, in early
ers on the, 41- proper conduct of times, 81 - effect of Christianity
the argument on the, 42—distinc. and the Crusades on, 82 - effus-
tion to be made between the Old sions of the Minnesingers, 83 —
and New Testaments, 43 — Chris- Lay of the Nibelungen, 84 — the
tianity complete in itself, 45 — Gudrun, 85 — the Meistersingers,
validity of historical testimony, 46 ib. — Hans Sachs, 86 – effect of

-efficacy of miracles as proof, 47 the Reformation on, 87 — Martin
- bearing of the history of infi. Opitz, 88 - Klopstock, 89 — Wie-
delity on the, 49 – narrow com- land, 90 Lessing, 92 Win-
pass of the infidel argument, 50 - ckelmann,96 — Herder, 97 — Jean
concessions of unbelievers, 51, 54 Paul Richter, 100 — Goethe, 104
- early adversaries of the, 52 – Schiller, 106 — degeneracy of,
unbelief in modern times, 53 See 108.
Palfrey.

German Quarterly, on the German

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