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SOUTHERN QUARTERLY

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Jove judicat æquo.-Hor.
Eo ego ingenio natus sum, amicitiam
Atque inimicitiam in fronte promptam gero.-Ennius.

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Valley,” from actual surveys; by CHARLES WILKES, U.S.N.,

Commander of the United States Exploring Expedition, &c.

Philadelphia : Lea & Blanchard. 1849.

3. What I saw in California: being the Journal of a tour

in the years 1846–47; by EDWIN BRYAxt, late Alcalde of

St. Francisco. New-York: D. Appleton & Co. 1848.

VI. The PHILOSOPHY OF THE BEAUTIFUL ; from the French of

Victor Cousin. Translated, with Notes and an Introduc-

tion, by Jesse Cato Daniel, Cheshunt College. London:

William Pickering. 1848.

115

VIS. THE RIGHT TO LABOR,

138

Journal des Economistes. Vol. 21st, from August to No-

vember, (1843,) inclusive.

VIII. REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF SOUTH-CAROLINA; by M. Tro-

MEY, Member of the "American Association of Geologiets

and Naturalists,” Corresponding Member of the “ Natural

History Society of Boston,” and of the “ Academ.y of Sci-

ences of Philadelphia.” Columbia, S. C.; A. S. Johnston.

1848.

161

IX. CHARACTERISTICS OF ALABAMA,

178

Address of a Committee of Citizens of Mobile, Alabama,

upon the subject of Banking Institutions. April, 1849.

Letter of Mr. Pratt, of Autauga, upon Currency. April,

1849.

Speech of Mr. Porter, in the Legislature of Alabama, on

the Tennessee and Coosa Railway. 1848.

X. EL BUSCAPIE. Opúsculo inédito que en defensa de la pri-

mera parte Del Quixote, escribio Miguel de Cervantes Saa-

vedra. Publicado con notas históricas, críticas i bibliográ-

ficas; por Don ADOLFO DE CASTRO. Cadiz. 1818.

205

XI. Recent AMERICAN Poets,

224

1. Rhyines of Travel, Ballads, and other Poems; by BAY-

ARD Taylor, author of “Views a-foot,” &c. Second edi-

tion. New-York: George P. Putnam. 1849.

2. Sketches of Life and Landscape; by Rev. Ralph Hort.

New edition, enlarged. New-York: Geo. P. Putnam. 1849.

3. Orta-Undis, and other Poems; by J. M. LEGARE. Bos-

ton : William D. Ticknor & Co. 1849.

4. Poems by a South Carolinian. · Charleston : Samuel

Hart, Sr. 1818.

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XII. CRITICAL NOTICES.

1. Lynch's Narrative of the United States Exploring

Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea,

233

2. Montague's Narrative of the late Exploring Expedition

to the Dead Sea,

236

3. Headley's Adirondack ; or Life in the Woods, - 236

4. A Fable for Critics, or a glance at a few of our literary

progenies from the tub of Diogenes,

239

5. Drury's Friends and Fortune,

243

6. Longfellow's Kavanagh : a Tale,

245

7. Lewis's Child of the Sea,

246

8. State Trials of the United States during the adminis.

trations of Washington and Adams,

249

9.. T'he Shakespearian Reader by Hows,

249

10. T'he Gool and the Bad in the Roman Catholic Church, 251

11. The Guld Mines of the Gila, by Webber,

252

12. A Few Thoughts on the Foreign Policy of the United

States,

252

13. The Seven Capital Sins, by Sue,

253

14. Memorial to the State Legislatures of the United States, 254

15. Historical Sketch of the Second War between the

United States of America and Great Britain,

255

16. Dermot O'Brien, or the taking of Tredagh,

256

17. Oration delivered before the “Fourth of July Associa-

tion," by Mitchell, 1848,

256

18. Oration, delivered before the Fourth of July Associa-

tion, by Miles, 1819, -

257

19. The History of the United States of America, 253

20. History of the National Constituent Assembly (of

France)

259

21. Bulwer and Forbes on the Water Treatment, 259

22. Poems, by Wm. Cowper,

260

23. Mardi: and a Voyage Thither,

260

24. Mordaunt Hall; or a September Night,

261

25. The Midnight Sun; a Pilgrimage,

261

26. A Man made of Money,

262

27. The Sea Lions; or the Lost Sealers,

263

28. Adventures in the Libyan Desert, and the Oasis of

Jupiter Ainmon,

263

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