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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. 16mo. 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. 12no. pp. 432.
An Aların 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 Dedjcation of the New Jerusalemn 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. 12mo. 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. pp. 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: Lane & Sandford. 12mo. pp. 472.
North-A merican Review.
ton, ib. -
shown in the Custom-house, Bos.
use of engaged columns
in, 443 as shown in the Boston
R. Griswold, reviewed, 1– - abun- niont Theatre, 447 — in the Ex-
Summer street, 461-in that of the
of Park street, 463— in the new
Trinity church, Boston, 472 – in
position of the door in, 445 — the
373 - constitutions formed during, Revolutionary examples of, 457 —
land, reviewed, 211 - author of,
214 – extravagant plot of, 215 -
436 — low condition of, 437 inent characters in, 221 - attempt
Austria not admitted into the Tariff Bridges, J., surveyor-general in
ligious system of, 173 — highest Browon, Nicholas, gifts to Brown Uni.
ral benefactions, 234.
Library of, reviewed, 227 — early
history of, 234. See Library and
ness of his poetry, 18.
Byron, limited range of characters
between it and the government,
suspension of payments by, 120 copal church in, 460 — of the new
library in, 470.
Carlin, Gov., of Illinois, his message
whimsical peculiarities of, 284.
viewed, 480 — plot and characters France by, noticed, 515.
Catalogue of the Library of Brown
pared by Charles C. Jewett, 230 –
Custom-house in, 440 — of the arrangement of, 232. See Library.
tianity, 52, 53.
240 — great merits of the work,
Change for the American Notes, by
reviewed, 480 — chooses her char: one-sided purpose of, 225 bad
high praise due to her, ib. - Chepachet, insurgent camp at, 406.
Clark, W. G., merits of the poetry Daniell on meteorology, 356.
Debts of the States, the, 109–amount
ed, 299 statement by, of lands under which they were contracted,
sold, 311, note - quoted, 327. ib. — multiplied by the desire for
state of, in 1830, 110 — wild spirit cuses for rashness in contracting,
115 — obligation to pay, 116 — fail.
vania considered, 122 — of Mary-
gates to the, how chosen, 429. of Michigan, 134 – of Louisiana,
ernment of, 376 - constitution of, - three classes of, ib. — duty to
pudiating States considered, 142
W. H. Prescott, reviewed, 157. or to destroy the right of property,
146 — strong obligation and mo-
147 — pretexis for
fects of repudiating, 150 — may
United States, by W. A. Duer, by negotiation, 152 — protected by
States, 154 — a foreign state may
acter of the soldiers of, 182 - how men respecting, 156,
character and life of, 197 — his analysis of, 241.
reviewed, 480 - faults of transla.
tion in, 503. See Howitt."
and Xenophon's Anabasis by, no. cited, 426.
Dorr, Thomas W., joins the suffrage
mosthenes on the, noticed, 240. chosen governor of his party, 397—
of, into Providence, 401 — attacks
head-quarters of, 403 - officers of,
ceedings in the Massachusetts Chepachet, 406 — arrested, 409 –
Dove, Prof., on the Law of storms,
Duer, William A., Lectures on the
Constitution of the United States
a poet, 13 — mental powers dis- tions for the task, 239.
Dunham, Dr, his opinion of Rob-
reviewed, 267. See James.
Federalist, The, cited, 432.
Ferdinand and Isabella, Prescott's
History of, foreign translations of,
of Maine, 299 — described by the
Gorges, 302 — different titles to,
- their oppressive conduct, 308 –
311 — large patent rights to, 312
Storms by, reviewed, 335 — out- speculators in, 323 — statistics of,
323 — value of the productions of,
test in Rhode Island by, reviewed,
Geometry and the Science of Form,
Lowell Lectures on ihe, reviewed, German Poetry, history of, by Ger.
-efficacy of miracles as proof, 47 the Reformation on, 87 — Martin
German Quarterly, on the German