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XIX.

WHICH WAS THE GREATER POET, HOMER OR MILTON?

Addison's Papers on the Paradise Lost, in the Spectator.

Blair's Lectures on Rhetoric.

Coleridge on the Study of the G-reek Poets.

Thirwall's History of Greece, Yol. I.

Pope's Preface to his Translation of the Iliad.

XX.

ARE THE MENTAL FACULTIES OP THE SEXES EQUAL?

Walker's Woman Physiologically Considered, as to Mind, Morals, &c. Ret. Sidney Smith's Essay on Female Education—Modern British

Essayists, Yol III.
Mrs. Jameson's Characteristics of Women, Moral, Poetical, Historical.
Aime' Martin's Education of Mothers; Translated by Edwin Lee.
Foreign Quarterly Review, No. XXXIII,—Article II.
Westminster Review, No. LXYHI,—Article II.
Dwight's Decisions.

Margaret S. Fuller's Woman in the Nineteenth Century.
Maria Child's History of Women.
Starling's Noble Deeds of Women, or Examples of Female Courage

and Yirtue.

XXI.

is The Prevailing System Of Education For Females Worthy Of Encouragement?

Hannah More's Accomplished Lady, or Strictures on the Modern

System of Female Education.
Rev. Sidney Smith's Essay on Female Education.—Modern British

Essayists, Yol. III.
Fenelon on the Education of a Daughter.
Mrs. Sigourney's Letters to Young Ladies.
Miss Sedgwick's Means and Ends, or Self-Training.

XXII.

Is There Sufficient Reason For A Belief In The National ResToration Of The Jews.

Millman's History of the Jews.

Cunningham's Letters and Essays on Subjects connected with the

Conversion and Restoration of the Jews.
Bicheno's Restoration of the Jews, the Crisis of all Nations.

xxin.

OUGHT SECRET SOCIETIES TO BE TOLERATED?

Robinson's Proofs of a Conspiracy against all the Religions and

Governments of Europe, carried on by Free Masons, Illuminati,

and Reading Societies. Arnold's Philosophical History of Free Masonry, and other Secret

Societies. Encyclopaedia Americana,—Articles, "Jesuits, Or Society Of

Jesus," and "Jesuits, written by a Jesuit." Stone's Letters on Masonry and Anti-Masonry. Lawrie's History of Free Masonry. Secret Societies of the Middle Ages; (in the Library of Entertaining

Knowledge.)

xxrv.

Are Banks More Useful Than Injurious To A Community?
Tucker's Theory of Money and Banks Investigated
Gilbert's History and Principles of Banking.
Logan's Popular Exposition of the Practice of Banking in Scotland.
Lawson's History of Banking. Revised, with numerous additions, by

J. Smith Homans.
Francis' History of the Bank of England.
Clarke's History of the Bank of the United States.
Westminster Review, No. LXVIII,—Article IY.

XXY

OUGHT THE PROTECTIVE POLICY OR FREE TRADE PRINCIPLES TO PREVAIL?

Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations.

Foreign Quarterly Review, No. XXIX,—Article I.

Bastiat's Sophisms of the Protective Policy.

Raguet's Principles of Free Trade.

London Quarterly Review, No. CXXXV,—Article VII.

Rae's New Principles of Political Economy in Refutation of Adam

Smith's Wealth of Nations. Blackwood's Magazine, No. CCCXLI, for March, 1844,—Article,

"Corn Laws." Ricardo's Principles of Political Economy and Taxation. Wayland's Elements of Political Economy.

XXYL

IS THERE A POSSIBILITY OP REACHING THE NORTH POLE?

Encyclopedia Americana,—Article, "north Polar Expeditions."

Barrow's Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic Regions, from the Earliest Period to Captain Ross' First Voyage.

Ross' Arctic Yoyages.

Barrington's Possibility of Approaching the North Pole Asserted, with papers on the Northwest Passage, by Col. Beaufoy.

Parry's Three Yoyages for the Discovery of the North-West Passage.

Sir John Franklin's Arctic Expeditions.

Kane's Arctic Expedition.

Arctic Regions, being an account of the Exploring Expeditions of Ross, Franklin, Parry, Back, M'Clure, and others, with the English and American Expeditions in search of Sir John Franklin (published by Miller, Orton, and Mulligan).

XXVII.

Is Emulation A Wholesome Stimulant In Education?
Hobbes on Envy and Emulation.
Cowper's Tirocinium.
Dwight's Decisions.
Edgeworth's Practical Education.
G-odwin's Reflections on Education, Manners, and Literature.

XXVIII.

WAS THE EXECUTION OF MAJOR ANDRE JUSTIFIABLE?

Encyclopedia Americana,—Article, "Benedict Arnold."

Benson's Vindication of the Captors of Major Andre.

Smith's Authentic Narrative of the Causes which led to the Death of

Major Andre.
Miss Seward's Monody on the Death of Major Andre.

XXIX.

HAS THE AUTHOR OF JUNIUS EVER BEEN IDENTIFIED?

Encyclopedia Americana,—Article, "Junius."
Britton's Authorship of the Letters of Junius Elucidated.
Junius Identified with a Distinguished Living Character, (N. T., 1818.)
Junius Unmasked, or Lord Sackville proved to be the Author of
Junius, (Boston, 1828.)

XXX.

WOULD THE UNIVERSAL PREVALENCE OF SOCIALISM ADVANCE THE
INTERESTS OP HUMANITY?

Rousseau's Inquiry into the Social Contract.
Fisher's Examination of Owen's New System of Society.
Considerations of some Recent Social Theories (Boston, 1853).
London Quarterly Review, No. CXXX,—Article YI. (on Socialism).
Blackwood's Magazine, No. CCCXLIX., for November, 1844,—
Article, "French Socialists."

XXXI.
Are The Moderns Superior To The Ancients In Rhetorical
Science?
Aristotle's Rhetoric, translated by Gillies.
Cicero De Oratore, translated by Guthrie.
Quinctilian's Institutes of Eloquence, translated by Guthrie.
Longinus on the Sublime, translated by W. Smith.
Dialogue on Eloquence, attributed to Tacitus, translated by Murphy.
Horace De Arte Poetica, translated by P. Francis.
Campbell's Philosophy of Rhetoric.
Kames' Elements of Criticism.
Whately's Rhetoric.

XXXII.

IS GENIUS INNATE?

Brown's Lectures on the Philosophy of the Human Mind.

Reid's Inquiry into the Human Mind.

Locke on the Human Understanding.

Sharpe's Dissertation on Genius.

Whipple's Lecture on Genius.

Blair's Lectures on Rhetoric.

XXXIII.

IS THE STORY OF THE TROJAN WAR CREDIBLE?

ThirwAll's History of Greece.

Le Chevalier's Description of the Plain of Troy.

Bryant's Dissertation concerning the War of Troy.

Chandler's History of Ilium, or Troy.

Gell's Topography of Troy.

Wood's Essay on the Genius and Writings of Homer.

XXXIY.

ABE NEGROES INFERIOR TO WHITE PEOPLE IN MENTAL
CAPACITY?

Penny Cyclopedia,—Article, "man."

G-regoire's Inquiry Concerning the Intellectual and Moral Faculties

of Negroes. Brande's Dictionary of Science, Literature, and Art,-—Article,

"Negroes." Prichard's Researches into the Physical History of Mankind. Lawrence's Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy, Zoology, and the

Natural History of Man.
Combe's Constitution of Man Considered.
Encyclopedia Americana,—Article, "Africa."

XXXY.

IS THE CHARACTER OF QUEEN ELIZABETH WORTHY TO BE
ADMIRED?

Hume's History of England

Agnes Strickland's Queens of England.

Sharon Turner's History of England during the Reign of Edward

YL, Mary, and Elizabeth.
Lucy Aikin's MemoirsK>f the Court of Queen Elizabeth.
Abbott's Life of Elizabeth.

XXXYI.

IS THE STATEMENT,—" EVERY MAN IS THE ARCHITECT OF HIS OWN FORTUNE," TRUE?

Davenport's Lives of Individuals who have raised themselves from

Poverty to Eminence and Fortune. Edwards' Biography of Self-Taught Men. Middleton's Life of Cicero. Hugh Miller's My Schools and Schoolmasters. Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties, (published by the Harpers.) Boyhood of Great Men; also, Footprints of Famous Men, (published

by the Harpers.) Parton's Life of Horace Greeley. Oarlyle's Review of Heeren's Life of Heyne,—Foreign Review, No.

IY., 1828.

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