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NEW YORK:
DIX, EDWARDS & CO., 321 BROADWAY.

LONDON : SAMPSON LOW, SON & CO.

MDCCCLVII.

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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1856, by

DIX & EDWARDS,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.

MILLER & HOLMAN, PRINTERS AND STERBOTYPERS, X, Y.

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A DEAD WALL IN PARIS,

47

A SYALL GERMAN UNIVERSITY Town, 70

A SERENADE,

133

AFTER THE CAMANCHES,

188

A HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE JESUITS, 312

A WORD BEFORE ELECTION,

533

APOCALYPSE or HASHEESH, THE 625

A THREWODY,

635

BOY OF THE LIGHT-HOUSE, THE

40

BETSY CLARK- An old Story,

124

BATTLE OF THE BEES,

164

BATTLE OF Wilo-Wilo, THE,--A Con-
flict with Chinese Pirates,

302
BLONDINE,

507
BLCEBEARD'S CHAMBER,

569

CLOVER BANK, THE

156

Cost of War, THE

157

CEDARS OF LEBANON, The

160

CHILE,

225

CHILDREN OF THE QUEEN, THE

268

COCKLE-SHELL, TUE -

427

DONE FOR-A Frontier Ballad, 415

DE TOCQUEVILLE ON THE CAUSES OF

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION,

471

DIVORCE,

630

ELEPHANT-Back IN BURMAU,

43

EPITAPH ON A CHILD,

54

EisiE8 CHILD,-A Legend of Switzer-

land

240

EVERSON ON ENGLAND,

407

FATE OF THE FARLEICUS,—A veritable

Episode in the career of an " Ola

Californian" Doctor,

384

FotCatLT, THE ACADEMICIAN,

416

FRONTIER YARNS.

FLORIDA Keys. The

561

GENITS OF AMERICA, THE, A Broad-

way Lyric-suggested by a descrip-

tion of Mr. Stone's statue of Ame-

rica

121

GROTE'S HISTORY OF GREECE,

179

GOING TO Moust KATANDIN,

242

GIPSIES AND THEIR WAYS, THE

395

GLIMPSES OF NINEVEH-B, C. 690, 508

GÖTTINGEN IN 1824,

595

HASHEESH-EATER, THE

233

HOPE,

267

HARUN AL RASHID AND SARACENIC

CIVILIZATION,

337

HENDRIK'S PROPHECY --A Song, 459

ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC, THE

142

Joux RANDOLPH-A Personal Sketcb, 134

LITERARY IMITATIONS,

113

LIGHT-House CONSTRUCTION AND ILLU-

MINATION,

198

LEAVEN THAT LEAVENED THE LUMP,

THE

351

LAWYERS,

449

LAST YEARS OF HEINRICH HEINE,

THE

517

LAKE NGAMI ; OR, THE WATERS BE-

YOND KALAHARI,

607

May FLOWERS, THE

10

Mrs. PROFESSOR KRAMPS,

76

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MY HEART AND I,

349

MARIA AND HER STORIES,

422

MILITARY ARRAY OF NEW ENGLAND IN

THE OLDEN TIME,

428

MEZZO-MATTI, THE

527

Miss Ann PARKER,

617

New Poetry,

19

NEWS FROM GRASSLAND--A Mountain

Letter from John St. John, Esq., to

his friend in Town

34

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE AS A FAMILY

MAN-Tbird and last Article,

55

POLITICAL ASPECT, THE

85 v

POETRY OF WAR, THE

288

RECOLLECTIONS OF JAMES G. PERCI-

VAL,

638

SPIDER'S EYE, THE

11

SONG OF THE SEA-SHELL, THE

46

SOME ACCOUNT OF A RECENT SCIEN-

TIFIC EXPEDITION,

173

SCAMPAVIAS.

189, 281, 360, 483,

Part V.--Summer Cruising.

Part VI. - Palermo and

Piedigrotto.

Part VI.- A Land Slide.

Part VII.-Mariners in Mi-

norca.

STORY OF ALI, BALI, AND KALI, THE 196

SAMUEL HOAR,

645

TRUE STORY OF THE CRUISE OF THE

PORTLAND, THE

30

THE GIPSY's Toad,

256

THE FISHING Song,

367

TAE PIXG WANG,

380

TRAGEDY OF HAIRSTON, THE

460

To NIAGARA,

482

TO THE QUEEN'S HEALTH,

644

THE LATE ELECTION,

647

UNCLE TOM AT HOME,

VALLEY OF THE MOHAWK, THE 169

WEIMAR N 1825,

257

WHAT IS POETRY?

368

WITCHING TIMES--A Novel in Thir-

ty Chapters,

570

EDITORIAL NOTES-

AMERICAN LITERATURE AND REPRINTS.-

The English Press on Motley's Dutch Re-

public_The Cry of Lamartine- The Me.

moirs, Diary, and Correspondence of

Thomas Moore, by Lord Jobn Russell

Poems of Richard Chenevix Trench-Heart-

songs--Parkman's Vassall Morton-Hop-

kins's Youth of the Old Dominion-Early

History of Michigan, by Mr. Sheldon-The

Sparrowgrass Papers -- Aspen Court –

Rachel and the New World-Colomba of

Prosper Merimée-Berenice-Married not

Mated— The Zoe of Mrs. Livermore-De

Quincy, two new volumes-Maginn Miscel-

lånies-Hudson's Shakespeare-History of

American Privateers and Letters of Marque

-Helps' History of the Spanish Conquest

in Americn-Alison's History of Europe,

second series-Schoolcraft's Myth of Hia-

watha-Prof. Shedd's Philosophy of History

--Mrs. Conant's History of the English

Bible-Rev. Henry C. Fish's Pulpit Elo-

499

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quence—The Earnest Man of Mrs. Conant
— Theologia Germanica - Calvert's Intro-
duction to Social Science-Roemer's Poly-
glot Reader-Knight's knowledge is Power

Bartlett's College Words and Customs 95

The Threatened' War with England - The

French Historian, Augustin Thierry-The

Wit and Wisdom of Sydney Smith-Paul

Ferroll-Washington ·Allston's Monaldi-

Mr. Dana's Life of Allston !--- Commodore

Perry's Japan-Mr. Benton's Thirty Years'

View--The last Seven Years of the Life of

Henry Clay-The Life and Voyagerof Hero-

dotus-Rev. J. Leighton Wilson's Western

Africa-Life of Fremont, by Upham. - 214

Lord Cockburn's Memoirs of his Times

George Tucker's History of the United

States-Miss Peabody's Chronological Ilis-

tory of the United States--Chambers' Iland-

Book of American Literature-Hertha of

Miss Fredrika Bremer-Life of Perthes-

The English Encyclopædia, by Charles

Knight-Confessions of Rousseau. 3.8

The Confidential Correspondence of Napoleon

and Josephine-Memorial of the Life and

Character of John W. Francis, Jr.-Reade's

“ It is Never too Late to Mend"-Porier's

Spirit of the Times- The Gentleman's Maga:

zine--Prof. Loomis's Recent Progress of

Astronomy-Winslow's Elements of Moral

Philosophy-De Tocqueville's “The State

of France before the Revolution"--Grote's

History of Greece-Baird's Religion in the

United States--Colton's Atlas of the World

Curtis's Oration - Godwin's Political

Essays-A History of the Extension and

Restriction of slavery-Darley's Judd's

Margaret.

434

The "getting up” of books-Dred, by Mrs.

Stowe- Miss Warner's Hills of ihe Shate.

muc_The Last of the Foresters--Perver-

sion-Victoria ; or, The World Overcome-

Household Words of Lizzie Petit-Western

Border Life-Fashionable Lite, by Mrs.

Eastman-Dr. Kane's Arctic Explorations

-The Golden Dagon — The Oriental Ac-

quaintance, by J. W. De Forrest-Sinai and

Palestine of A. P. Stanley-Burton's Person-

al Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El Medina

and Mecca-Modern Greece, by Henry M.

Baird-Bothwell-Illustrations of the Dan-

ube — Art Treasures of Vienna --- Bishop

Wainwright's Memorial - Life of Tailey.

rand, by Mcllarg-Memoir of Harriet l’re-

ble-The Swiss Reformer, Zwingli---Life in

the Itineracy - Mr. Parsons' Essays -

Knights and their Days, by Doran--Little

& Brown's Edition of British Essayists---

Long's Classical Atlas-- De Courcey's Ca-

tholic Church in the United States--Stroud's

Laws relating to Slavery in the United

States -- Prof. Draper's Iluman Physiolo-

gy

536

Our Quadrennial Election and its influence on

books--Hudson's Shakespeare- Peterson's

Edition of Dickens' Works- Bayard Tay.

Jor's Cyclopædia of Modern Travel-Dr.

Jenks' Rural Poetry of the English Lan-

guage-Cranch's Sequel to the Last of the

Huggermuggers, Kubboltozo-The Ilistory

of Sir Tom Thumb – The Modern Story.

Teller—The Old Corner Cupboard; or the

Everyday life of Everyday People Mrs.

Caroline Lee Hentz's Volume of Stories-

Arnold's Poetry--Alger's Poetry of the

East-Mrs. Farnham's California-De La

Hodde's History of Secret Societies, and of

the Republican party in France.

COMMENTS ON CURRENT MATTERS-A Glance

at European Affairs - Intelligence from

Central America-The Panama Railway-

Mr. Sidney Dobell— The Spies of Louis Na-

poleon-Our City Atmosphere- Prof. Ay.

ioun in his recent Poem, Bothwell-- The

Architectural Teachings of Ruskin - The

Immortal Act of Arnold of Winkelried-

Trade in France-A late Number of the

Revue des Deux Mondes on Central Ame-

rica-Mr. Stroude's History of England-A

Monument to Edgar A. Poe-House Ventila-

tion-Lamartine's Course of Literature-A

Canal across the Isthmus of Panama-Kan.

eas and General Lane.

551

Our next President--In France, Louis Napo.

leon's financial make-shifts- The King of

Naples threatened by the English and

French-The Irish census – The Emperor

of 'Russia designs to have a grand Commer-

cial Marine-General Walker and Central

America- Prof. Morse in England-The

Irish Soldiers of the Crimea-Russia a com-

mercial nation-Our War Frigate Merimac

-Dickens' notice of old pictures-The Bri-

tish on the point of going to war withi Persia

-Dr. Dixon on Lager Bier-Lamartine's

complaint of the Engli-h--The copyright

law in Denmark--The London Spectator on

forgeries and embezzlements.

THE WORLD of New YORK_The Height of

the Year--A Retrospect—The National

Academy of Design- History of the Opera

in New York-The Academy of Music- The

Drama-Our New York Theatres. 107

Benevolent Weather- A Midsummer Night on

Brondway, and its Panorama-The Fourth

of July-Brown's Equestrian Statue--Seven

Ages and Seven Parts

220

King September---Calling home the Tenante

- The Flaccidity of Raiment - Hoops

-A New York Artisan-Neumann's Copper

Washington - The Lost Velasquez - The

Huguenot – Miss Emma Stanley -

Miss

Agnes Robertson--Miss Laura Keene. 333

The City's Fairing-Mrs. Spencer's * Favorite

and Forsaken” - Picturos, by Rosa Bon.

heur, Hamon, Dedreux, Lepoittevin, and

Vernet - The Up-townward Tendency of the

Drama.

How the Elections get into Everything--How

they are Wholesome in Correcting the Sui-

cidal Tendency-Rally in the Park, Fire off

your Rockets und LiveThe Palace of In-

dustry- Daintinesses in Sèvres and Naughti.

nesses in Dresden-Potichomania, an Ety-

mological Discovery--Getting out of Town

into a Picture-Herring's" Farm Yard”-

Faed's "Shakcepeare and His Friends”-

Paton's “Return from the Crimea"--The

Lyric Concerts.

557

The true Indian Summer - Welcome to the

worn out with the presionate excitement of

the long Presidential struggle-Tbe Play is

over-The serious work but just begun--

What De Tocqueville said twenty-five years

ago of Parties in America -Our Elections a

safety-valve -- The people of the North-

America has no physiognomy ? - A torch-

light Jubilee--London would not allow a

torch-light Procession - How shall we be

entertained in the coming winter days ?-

Thalberg at Niblo's Saloon- Mr. Burton's

new play, Self-Mr. Wallack.

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