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C. MORTIMER, PUBLISHER.
TRUBNER & CO., PATERNOSTER ROW.
COLUMBIA, 8. c.: R. L. BRYAN.
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1854, by
C. MORTIMER. In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the
District of South-Carolina.
A. ABREGE DES VOYAGE OF LA HARPE, 70;
Account of Africa 70; Abyssinia, Life in, by Parkyns, 513; Addison works, 524; Africa and the American Flag, 530; Africans at Home, their savage barbarity, the same from critical notices, 71; their own belief in the superiority of the white man, 73; their Fetiches, 75; fond of bloodshed, 79; proportion of slaves, 83; number of wives, 88; make their pavements of human skulls, 93; Fetiche Tree, 93; Tricks of the Priest, 93; Allegiance, what, and to whom due, 401, 402 ; Allston, on sea coast crops, 271; American Society, Essays on, 355 ; Amazon, the, Exploration by Lieut. Herndon, notice of, 243; Apheila, and other poems, 530; Apulecus, Works of, 235; Arabs, History of, in Spain, by Foster, 513; Armenia, by Curzon, 531; Atherton, lately-Mary Mitford, 536; Attic Philosopher, in Paris, 255; Atmosphere, Lecture on by Puryear,
255 B. BARTER, Essay on formation and publi
cation of opinions on, 526; Banks, minority report on, Virginia, 260; Banks and Banking, objections to present system, plan for new one, 220; Barclays, of Boston, 253; Bartlett, boundary commissioner, 518; Beecham, John, his account of Africa, 87; Bellinger, Mr., Law School in Columbia, 259; Bernhardy Von G., outlines of Grecian Literature, 145 ; Bentham, Jeremy, opinions as to equality of mankind, 385; Black
Sea, Russian Shores of, 261; Blackwood, Magazine, 523; Boston Orators, 529; Bohn's Libraries, 523 ; Blake, Lemuel, Constitutional Textbook, as expounded by Danl. Webster, 522; Boys, Book for, 257; Bremer, Miss, Homes of the new world, 355 ; Brice, James, Classic and Historic portraits, 252; Brown, Aaron V., his Address, 528; Brumby, Professor, Essay on Agricultural Chemistry, 272; Burke, Life of, and notice of, 244; Burnaps Democracy in America, 525; Butler's Analogy, Review of, 205; Account of Butler,
205 C. Cæsar Augustus, compared with Louis
Napoleon I, character of, 2; Calavar, by Bird, notice of, 533; Campbell, Poems, notice of, 270; Carew, Sir Jasper, by Lever, notice of, 527; Carey, notice of poems, 245; Charleston College, Magazine, notice of, 272; Chemistry of common life by Jobnson, 257; Chesneys, RussoTurkish Campaign, 512; Church, history of, 251; Cicero, writings of, Bohn's edition, 244; Classics, necessity of understanding the, 145; Coast Survey, observations on, 239; Confederacy, What, 403; United States Government, a confederacy, 403; Alexander IIamilton's opinion, 404, 420; Convention, no nearer the people than the Legislature, 424; can only be called by the legislature, 413; Contrat-Social, of Rousseau and fallacies, 385; Cotton, its culture in India decreasing, 241; Corinne, notice of, 252 ; Coast Survey, obser