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ton, President of the Centenary College, Clinton, Mississippi. Washington, D. C.; William M. Morrison. 12mo. pp. 345.
Reply to a “ Review of Coleman's Antiquities of the Christian Church, by H. W. D., a Presbyter of Pennsylvania, from the Bauner of the Cross." By the Author of the “ Antiquities.” Andover: Allen, Morrill, & Wardwell. 8vo. pp. 16.
A Catalogue of the Law Library of Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Cambridge: Folsom, Wells, & Thurston. 8vo.
The World in a Pocket Book; or Universal Popular Statistics. By W. H. Crump. Philadelphia: J. Dobson. 16mo: pp. 192.
Sketches from a Student's Window. By S. G. Goodrich. Boston : W. D. Ticknor. 12mo. pp. 311.
A Voice to Youth. Addressed to Young Men and Young Ladies. By Rev. J. M. Austin. Utica: 0. Hutchinson. 12mo. pp. 484.
Bible Quadrupeds; The Natural History of the Animals mentioned in Scripture, with Sixteen Illustrations. Boston: Saxton & Pierce. 16mo, square. pp. 269.
MUSIC. The Young Choir; Original and Selected. By William B. Bradbury and C. W. Saunders. New York : Dayton & Saxton. pp. 144.
The Sabbath School Singing Book, containing a Seleotion of Easy and Familiar Tunes, &c. By Asa Fitz and E. B. Dearborn. Boston: Saxton & Pierce. pp. 94.
NEW PERIODICALS. The Boston Miscellany of Literature and Fashion. Boston : Bradbury & Soden. 8vo. Monthly. $3 per ann. Nathan Hale, Jr. Editor.
The News-Gong; a Literary Intelligencer (to be continued weekly). Published as a Supplement to the Arcturus. New York: Geo. L. Curry & Co. 8vo.
The Enquirer; containing a Series of Letters to Professing Christians. By Edward C. Delavan. With an Appendix. With or without Plates. Vol. I. Number 1. For December, 1841. Albany: C. Van Benthuysen. 4to. pp. 48.
NOVELS, TALES, AND ROMANCES, Confession, or, the Blind Heart; a Domestic Story. By the Author of “ The Kinsinen,” “ The Yemassee," &c. &c. Philadelphia : Lea & Blanchard. 2 vols. 12mo. pp. 250, 257.
The Two Defaulters; or, A Picture of the Times. By Mrs. Griffith, Author of “Discoveries in Light and Vision.” New York: D. Appleton & Co. 16mo. pp. 172.
Monaldi; a Tale. Boston: Charles C. Little & James Brown. 12mo.
253. Cecil; or, The Adventures of a Coxcomb. A Novel. Philadelphia : Lea & Blanchard. 2 vols. 12mo. pp. 202 and 204.
Tales; by the author of " Three Experiments of Living,” “ Luther,” “ Cranmer,” « Old Painters.” Boston: Hilliard, Gray, & Co. 12mo.
The Mechanic. By Frances Harriet Whipple. Providence : Burnett & King. 12mo. pp. 219.
ORATIONS AND ADDRESSES. The Method of Nature. An Oration delivered before the Society of the Adelphi, in Waterville College in Maine, August 11th, 1841. By Ralph Waldo Emerson. Bostou : S. G. Simpkins. 8vo. pp. 30.
An Address, delivered before the Society of Q. B. K. in Bowdoin College, September 2, 1841. By Alden Bradford, LL. D., a Member of the First Board of Trustees for that Seminary. Boston: S. G. Simpkins. 8vo. pp. 52.
A Discourse in Commemoration of the Life and Character of the Hon. Nicholas Brown, delivered in the Chapel of Brown University, November 3d, 1841. By Francis Wayland, D. D., President of Brown University. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 8vo. pp. 30.
Address delivered to the Graduates of the Union Literary Society, of Miami University, August 10th, 1841. By Henry Snow. Oxford, Ohio. 8vo. pp. 16.
Address to the Alumni Society of the University of Nashville, on the Study of Theology as a Part of Science, Literature, and Religion. Delivered at Nashville, Tennessee, October 5th, 1841, by the Reverend La Roy, A. M., of Halsey ; with an Appendix, containing a Catalogue of the Alumni, and Certain Proceedings of the Society. Nashville: Cameron & Hale. 8vo. pp. 48.
An Address delivered on the 230 June, 1841, at Washington College, before the Graham Philanthropic and Washington Literary Societies. By John Blair Dabney, Esq. Lexington, Va.: A. Waddill. 8vo. pp. 90.
A Lecture on Education, delivered before the Mechanics and Manufacturers' Association, of Oswego, July 12th, 1841. By James Brown, Esq. Oswego: John Carpenter. 32mo. pp. 32.
POETRY AND THE DRAMA. Poetical Remains of the late Lucretia Maria Davidson, collected and arranged by her Mother; with a Biography, by Miss Sedgwick. Philadelphia : Lea & Blanchard. 12mo. pp. 308.
Pocahontas, Princess of Virginia ; and Other Poems. By William Watson Waldron, A. B., Trin. Coll. Dub. New York: Dean & Trerett. 12mo. pp. 108.
Pocahontas, and Other Poems. By Mrs. L. H. Sigourney. New York: Harper & Brothers. 12mo. pp. 283.
The Poets of America ; Illustrated by one of her Painters. Edited by John Keese. Boston: W. D. Ticknor. 12mo.
The Parted Family; and Other Poems. An Offering to the Afflicted, and a Tribute of Love to Departed Friends. By Mary S. B. Dana, Author of the “ Southern Harp,” &c. Boston : Saxton & Pierce. 12mo. pp. 312.
Hymns for the Vestry and the Fireside. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 18mo. pp. 200.
Poetry of the Seasons. By A Lady. Boston: A. Tompkins. 18mo. pp. 136.
The Poet's Offering. By a Boston Amateur Poet. Boston: Crocker & Ruggles. 12mo. pp. 372.
The New Tale of a Tub; an Adventure in Verse. By T. W. N. Bayley, Esq. With Illustrations, after Designs by Lieutenant J. S. Colton, engraved on Wood by J. J. Butler. New York : Wiley & Putnan. 8vo. pp. 36.
Passaic ; a Group of Poems touching that River; with other Musings. By Flaccus. New York : Wiley & Putnam. 12mo. pp. 292.
THEOLOGY AND SERMONS. The True Catholic Churchman, in his Life and in his Death. The Sermons and Poetical Remains of Rev. Benjamin Davis Winslow, A. M., Assistant to the Rector of St. Mary's Church, Burlington, New Jersey. To which is prefixed the Sermon preached on the Sunday after his Decease, with Notes and Additional Memoranda, by the Right Reverend George Washington Doane, D. D., LL. D., Bishop of the Diocese, and Rector of St. Mary's Church. New York : Wiley & Putnam. 8vo. pp. 317.
Sermons on Important Subjects, by the Reverend Samuel Davis, A. M., President of the College of New Jersey, with an Essay on the Life and Times of the Author, by Albert Barnes. Stereotype Edition, containing all the Author's Sermons ever published. New York. 3 vols. 12mo. pp. 497, 556, and 499.
The Early English Church. By Edward Churton, M. A., Rector of Crayke, Durham, with a Preface by the Right Reverend B. Silliman Ives, D. D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of North Carolina. New York: Appleton & Co. 12.no.
Useful and Happy. An Address to the Young, by Reverend E. N. Kirk; The Pleasantness of Early Piety, by J. G. Pike; and The Pleasures of a Religious Life, by J. A. James. New York: Dayton & Saxton. 32mo pp. 101.
The Well-Instructed Scribe; or, Reform and Conversion. A Sermon preached at the Installation of Reverend George F. Simnions and Reverend Samuel Ripley, as Pastor and Associate Pastor over the Union Congregational Society in Waltham, Massachusetts, October 27, 1841. By James Freeman Clarke. Boston: Benjamin H. Greene. 8vo. pp. 19.
Philosophy of the Plan of Salvation. A Book for the Times. By An American Citizen. New York: Published for the Author. 12mo.
My Progress in Error, and Recovery to Truth; or, A Tour Through Universalism, Unitarianism, and Skepticism. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 16mo. pp. 240.
A Conversation between two Laymen, on the Subjects and Mode of Christian Baptism and Church Communion, forming a Complete Manual. By Charles H. Pendleton, Member of the First Baptist Church, Cleveland, (Ohio). Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 12mo.
Onesimus; or, The Apostolic Directions to Christian Masters in Reference to their Slaves, considered. By Evangelicus. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 18mo.
64. A Sermon on the Reciprocal Duties of Pastor and People. By VOL. LIV. NO. 114.
John S. C. Abbott, Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Nantucket. Boston: Crocker & Brewster. 8vo. pp. 16.
The Claims of Jesus. By Robert Turnbull, Pastor of the Boylston Church, Boston. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 32mo. pp. 120.
The Sermon, before the Bishops, Clergy, and Laity of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, in General Convention, at the Consecration of Reverend Alfred Lee, D. D. to the Episcopate of the Diocese of Delaware, in St. Paul's Chapel, New York, on Tuesday, October 12th, A. D. 1841. By the Right Reverend Charles P. Mcllvaine, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese of Ohio. Published by order of the Convention. New York: Swords, Stanford, & Co. 8vo. pp. 24.
Themes for the Pulpit ; Being a Collection of Nearly Three Thousand Topics, with Texts, Suitable for Public Discources in the Pulpit and Lecture Room. Mostly compiled from the Published Works of Ancient and Modern Divines. By Abraham C. Baldwin. New York: M. W. Dodd. 12mo. pp. 324.
The Coming of Christ. A Sermon Delivered before the Evangelical Missionary Society, in the Federal Street Church, Boston, on Sunday Evening, April 25th, 1841. By Reverend A. P. Peabody. Boston: Christian Register Office. 8vo. pp. 23.
Scripture and Tradition. A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Candidates for the Diaconate, in St. Paul's Chapel, New York, on the Third Sunday after Trinity, June 27th, 1841. By John H. Hopkins, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese of Vermont. Published by Request. New York: Dean & Trevett. Svo. pp. 24.
A Brief Examination of the Proofs by which the Reverend Mr. Boardman attempts to sustain his Charge that “ a Large and Learned Body of the Church (of England) bave Returned to some of the Worst Errors of Popery," — with a Word or Two, as to his Attempt, without Proof, to Cast the Suspicion of Popery on the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. By the Right Reverend George W. Doane, LL. D., Bishop of New Jersey. Burlington, N. J.: J. S. Powell. 8vo. pp. 230.
A Pastoral Letter to the Clergy, and Other Members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. From the Bishops of said Church, assembled in General Convention, in the City of New York, October 6th, 1841. New York: Swords, Stanford, & Co. 8vo. pp. 21.
A Dialogue on Restricted Church Communion ; Designed as a Complete Manual on the Subject. By Charles H. Pendleton. Boston: Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 16mo. pp. 30.
Sacramental Guide; or, Hints to the Communicant. By E. Smalley, Pastor of the Union Church, Worcester, Mass. Worcester: Dorr, Howland, & Co. 32mo. pp. 112.
Man a Soul; or, The Inward, and the Experimental, Evidences of Christianity. By A. B. Mussey. Boston: 'William Crosby & Co. 16mo. pp. 159.
Two Sermons on the Death of Reverend Ezra Ripley, D. D. One preached at the Funeral, by Rev. Barzillai Frost, of Concord; the other on the Follow Sabbath, by Rev. Convers rancis, of Watertown. Boston: J. Munroe & Co. 8vo. pp. 44.
Two Discourses on the Nature and Province of Natural, Revealed and Experimental Religion. By Orville Dewey, Pastor of the Church of the Messiah, in New York. New York: David Felt & Co. 8vo.
Christian Union. A Discourse delivered in Clarkson Hall, Sunday, September 12th, 1841. By Frederick A. Eustis, Philadelphia. 8vo.
A Sermon Preached at West Cambridge, August 1st, 1841, the Sabbath after the Death of Philip Augustus Whittemore, oldest son of Philip and Sarah Whittemore. By Rev. David Damon. Published by Request of the Parents and Friends of the Deceased.
Boston. 12mo. pp. 16.
The Church. A Discourse, delivered in the First Congregational Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, Sunday, May 30th, 1841. By William E. Channing. Printed by Request of the Society. Philadelphia : J. Crissy, Printer. 8vo. pp. 57.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. Incidents of a Whaling Voyage. To which are added Observations on the Scenery, Manners, and Customs, and Missionary Stations, of the Sandwich and Society Islands, accompanied by numerous Lithographic Prints. By Francis Allyn Olmsted. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 12mo. pp. 360.
Visit to Northern Europe ; or Sketches Descriptive, Historical, Political and Moral, of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland, and the Free Cities of Hamburg and Lubeck, containing Notices of the Manners and Customs, Commerce and Manufactures, Arts and Sciences, Education, Literature, and Religion, of those Countries and Cities. By Robert Baird. With Maps and Numerous Engravings. New York: John S. Taylor & Co. 2 vols. 12.no. pp. 347 and 350.
The Glory and the Shame of England. By c. Edwards Lester. New York : Harper & Brothers. 2 vols. 12mo. pp. 253 and 293.
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