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BIOGRAPHY. The Life of the

Countess Emily Plater. Translated by J. K. Salomonski, a Polish Exile. New York: John F. Trow. 12mo. pp. 286.

EDUCATION. A Method of Teaching Linear Drawing, adapted to the Public Schools. By the Author of " Easy Lessons in Perspective.” Boston: E. P. Peabody. 12mo. pp. 49. Psychology, or Elements of a new

System of Mental Philosophy, on the basis of Consciousness and Common Sense. Designed for Colleges and Academies. By S. S. Schmucker, D. D., Professor of Christian Theology in the Theological Seminary, Gettysburg. New York: Harper & Brothers. 12mo. pp. 227.

Ηροδοτου Ιστοριων Λογοι Θ. Herodotus from the Text of Schweighaeuser ; with English Notes. Edited by C. S. Wheeler, A. M., Tutor in Greek in Harvard University. Boston: James Munroe & Company. In two Volumes. 12mo.

A Translation of Jacobs's Greek Reader, (adapted to all the Editions printed in America,) for the use of Schools, Academies, Colleges, and Private Learners, with Copious Notes, Critical and Explanatory ; illustrated with numerous Parallel Passages and Apposite Quotations from the Greek, Latin, French, English, Spanish, and Italian Languages; and a Complete Parsing Index, elucidated by References to the most Popular Greek Grammars extant. By Patrick S. Casserly, Author of a New Literal Translation of Longinus, Editor of the Ninth New York Edition of the Greek Reader, and late Principal of the Chrestomathic Institution. New York: W. E. Dean, 12mo. pp. 328.

HISTORY. The American Politician; containing the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, the Inaugural and First Annual Addresses and Messages of all the Presidents, and other Important State Papers; together with a Selection of Interesting Statistical Tables, and Biographical Notices of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, the several Presidents, and many other Distinguished Characters. By M. Sears. Embellished with the Portraits of the

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Presidents, from Washington to Tyler. Boston: E. Leland & W.J. Whiting. 12mo. pp. 552.

JUVENILE BOOKS. Liberty Tree; with the Last Words of Grandfather's Chair. By Nathaniel Hawthorne, Author of " Twice-Told Tales." Boston: Tappan & Dennet. 12mo.


156. Grace and Clara, or Be Just as well as Generous._By Aunt Kitty, Author of "Blind Alice," " Jessie Graham,” and “Florence Arnott." New York: Dayton & Saxton. 12mo. pp. 104.

Jonas on a Farm in Winter. By the Author of the Rollo Books. Boston: W. D. Ticknor. 12mo. pp. 180.

Jonas on a Farm in Suimer. By the Author of the Rollo Books. Boston: W. D. Ticknor. 12mo. pp. 178.

Cousin Lucy at Study. By the Author of the Rollo Books. Boston: B. B. Mussey. 12mo. pp. 180.

Cousin Lucy at Play. By the Author of the Rollo Books. Boston: B. B. Mussey. 12mo. pp. 180.

Tales of Shipwrecks and other Disasters at Sea. By Thomas Bingley, Author of " Stories about Dogs," etc. Embellished with Engravings. Boston: Tappan & Dennet. 12mo. pp. 224.

The Sunday-School Present; A Collection of Stories, from the Portfolio of an Ex-Superintendent. Boston: William Crosby & Co. 12ino.


140. Saint Nicholas's Book for all Good Boys and Girls. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, & Co. 12mo. pp. 208.

The Rollo Pbilosophy. Part I. Water. Part II. Air. By the Author of the Rollo Books. Philadelphia : Hogan & Thompson. 12mo. pp. 192 and 192.

Wealth and Worth ; or Which Makes the Mau? New York: Harper & Brothers. 12mo. pp. 204.

Willy the Wanderer. By the Author of “Young Rover," " Alnomuc, or the Golden Rule.” Boston : James B. Dow. pp. 144.

The Juvenile Naturalist; or Walks in the Country. By the Rev. B. H. Draper. Autumn and Winter. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 16mo. pp. 232.

The Discontented Robins, and other Stories, for the Young; by the late Miss Mary Anna Fox; to which is added, The Canary Bird; translated from the German of Schmidt. Boston: Saxton & Peirce. 12mo. pp. 155.

Fresh Flowers for my Children. By a Mother. Boston: Samuel G. Simpkins. 16mo. pp. 140.


Points in the Law of Discovery. By James Wigram, Esq., One of her Majesty's Counsel. With Notes and References to American Cases, by a Member of the Boston Bar. Boston: Charles C. Little & James Brown. 8vo. pp. 384.

Commentaries on the Law of Partnership, as a Branch of Commercial and Maritime Jurisprudence, with Occasional Illustrations from Civil and Foreign Law. By Joseph Story, LL. D., one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, and Dane Professor of Law in Harvard University. Boston: Charles C. Little & James Brown. 8vo. pp. 690.

Reports of the Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. By Octavius Pickering, Counsellor at Law. Vol. XXIII. Boston: Charles C. Little & James Brown. 8vo. pp. 586.

A Treatise on the Organization and Jurisdiction of the Supreme, Circuit, and District Courts of the United States; the Practice of these Several Courts in Civil and Criminal Cases; of the Supreme and Circuit Courts in Writ of Error and Certificate of Division of Opinion; and of the District Courts in Cases of Municipal Seizure ; including a Summary Exposition of the Law relative to the Priority of the United States; Împrisoned Debtors; the Remission of Penalties and Forfeitures; and Naturalization. To which is added an Appendix, containing the Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States; the Rules prescribed by the Supreme Court to regulate the Practice of the Circuit Courts in Suits in Equity; and the Rules of the Circuit and District Courts for the Northern District of New York ; and Practical Forms. Second Edition, revised, corrected, and much enlarged by Alfred Conkling. New York : Gould, Banks, & Co. 8vo.

pp. 634.

Rules and Forms in Bankruptcy, in the District Court of the United States for the District of Massachusetts. Boston : Clapp & Son. 8vo. pp. 27.

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature, and in the Court for the Correction of Errors, of the State of New York. By John L. Wendell, Counsellor at Law. Vol. XXV. Albany : Charles Van Benthuysen. 8vo. pp. 717.

Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of New York. By Nicholas Hill, Jun., Counsellor at Law. Vol. I. Albany: W. & A. Gould, & Co. 8vo. pp. 748.

An Introduction to Legal Science; being a concise and familiar Treatise on such Legal Topics as are earliest read by the Law Student; should be generally taught in the bigher Seminaries of Learning; and understood by every Citizen, as a part of a general and business Education. To which is appended a Concise Dictionary of Law Terms and Phrases. By Silas Jones, Counsellor at Law. New York: John S. Voorhies. 12mo. pp. xxxvi. and 356.

MEDICINE, ANATOMY, AND SURGERY. The Practice of Medicine; or a Treatise on Special Pathology and Therapeutics. By Robley Dunglison, M. D., Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, &c., in Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia ; Lecturer on Clinical Medicine, and Attending Physician at the Philadelphia Hospital, &c. Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard. In Two Volumes. 12mo. pp. 572 and 750.

A Therapeutical Arrangement of the Materia Medica, or the Materia Medica arranged upon Physiological Principles, and in the Order of the General Practical Value which Remedial Agents hold under their Several Denominations, and in Conformity with the Physiological Doctrines set forth in the Medical aud Physiological Commentaries, by Martyn Paine, M. D., A. M., Author of the Commentaries, and of the Letters on the Cholera 'Asphyxia of New York, and Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica in the University of New York. New York: J. & H. G. Langley. 12mo. pp. 271.

The Medical Formulary ; being a collection of Prescriptions, derived from the Writings and Practice of many of the most Eminent Physicians in America and Europe. To which is added an Appendix, containing the usual Dietetic Preparations and Antidotes for Poisons. The whole accompanied with a few brief Pharmaceutic and Medical Observations. By Benjamin Ellis, M. D., late Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Revised and extended, by Samuel George Morton, M. D. Philadelphia : Lea & Blanchard. 8vo. pp. 262.

Lectures to Ladies on Anatoiny and Physiology. By Mrs. Mary S. Gove. Boston: Saxton & Peirce. 16mo.


The Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature; with Notes, Commentaries, and Illustrations. By Charles Bucke, Author of “Ruins of Ancient Cities,” &c., &c. Selected and Revised by the Rev. William P. Page. New York: Harper & Brothers. 12mo.

Pp. 329.

An Epitome of the History of Philosophy; being the Work adopted by the University of France for Instruction in the Colleges and High Schools. Translated from the French, with Additions, and a Continuation of the History from the time of Reid to the Present Day, by C. S. Henry, D. D., Professor of Philosophy and History in the University of the City of New York. New York: Harper & Brothers. In Two Volumes. 12mo. pp. 311 and 276.

Sketches of New England, or Memories of the Country. By John Carver, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and Quorum. New York : E. French. 12o. pp. 286.

The Massachusetts Register, and United States Calendar, for 1842; and other Valuable Information. Boston : James Loring. 12mo.

pp. 251.

The Flower People. By a Lady. Hartford : Tyler & Porter. 16mo. pp. 228.

A Treatise on the Right of Suffrage; with an Appendix. By Samuel Jones. Boston: Otis, Broaders, & Co. 12no. pp. 274.

The Lectures delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at Boston, August, 1841; including the Journal of Proceedings, and a List of the Officers. Published under the Direction of the Board of Censors. Boston: William D. Ticknor. 12mo. pp. 194.

Essays on Property and Labor as connected with Natural Law and the Constitution of Society. By Francis Lieber. New York : Harper & Brothers. 12mo. pp. 225.

Report of the Dinner given to Charles Dickens, in Boston, February 1, 1842. Reported by Thomas Gill and William English, Reporters of the Morning Post. Most of the Speeches revised by their Authors. Boston:

Crosby & Co. 16mo. pp. 66. The Ideal Man; a Conversation between two Friends, upon the Beautiful, the Good, and the True, as manifested in Actual Life. By a Philokalist. Boston: E. P. Peabody. 12mo. pp. 160.

Remarks on a Protective Tariff and the Principles of Free Trade, being a Review of Article I. in Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, January 1842, on the “Impolicy of Countervailing Duties.” Boston: Johu H. Eastburn. 8vo. pp. 40.

Popular Technology; or Professions and Trades. By Edward Hazen, A. M., Author of "The Symbolical Spelling-book," “ The Speller and Definer,” and “A Practical Grammar." Embellished with eighty-one Engravings. New York: Harper & Brothers. 2 vols. pp. 261 and 275.

My Native Village. Sketches from Real Life ; designed to aid the Temperance Cause. New York: M. W. Dodd. 18mo. pp. 209.

The Lowell Offering; a Repository of Original Articles, written exclusively by Females actively employed in the Mills. First Vol

Lowell: Powers & Bagley. 8vo. pp. 380. War and Peace; the Evils of the First, and a Plan for Preserving the Last. By William Jay. New York: Wiley & Putnam. 12mo.


pp. 101.

An American Dictionary of the English and German Languages, containing all the Words in General Use ; Designating the various Parts of Speech in both Languages, with the Orthography, Accentuation, Division, and Plan of Pronunciation according to Webster, and with the Genders and Plurals of the Gerinan Nouns, the Division of Words into Syllables, the Separation of Compound Nouns by double Hyphens, according to their Formation. By P. J. Kunst. Part I. English and German. Part II. German and English, Harrisburg, Pa. : G. S. Peters. 12mo. pp. 416 and 397.

An Historical, Scientific, and Practical Essay on Milk, as an Article of Human Sustenance; with a Consideration of the Effects consequent upon the present unnatural Methods of producing it for the supply of Large Cities. By Robert M. Hartley. New York: Jonathan Leavitt. 12mo. pp. 358.

Questions to Smellie's Philosophy of Natural History. Boston : Samuel G. Simpkins. 12mo. pp. 32.

The Irish School System: an Article from the Princeton Review for January, 1842. Princeton : Robert E. Hornor. 8vo. pp. 35.

A Letter from a Gentleman of Baltimore to his Friend in the State of New York, on the Subject of Slavery. Baltimore: Sherwood & Co. 12mo. pp. 12.

A Speech on International Copyright, delivered at the Dinner to Charles Dickens, at the City Hotel, New York, February 19, 1842. By Cornelius Matthews. New York: George L. Curry & Co. 12mo. pp. 16.

Speech of Robert Wickliffe, Jr., (of Fayette,) on the Veto Power, delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 26th January, 1842. Lexington, Ky. Observer Office. 8vo. pp. 23.

An Account of the Origin of the Mississippi Doctrine of Repudiation; with a Review of the Arguments which His Excellency Alexander G. McNutt, late Governor of Mississippi, advanced in its Vindication. By a Member of the Boston Bar. Boston : Bradbury, Soden, & Co. 8vo. pp. 28.

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