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ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS, IN THE YEAR 1853, BY
IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW-YORK.
95 & 97 Cliff Street, New-York.
EARLY English Poets. By JAMES W. WALL.
EDITOR'S TABLE: Anniversary of Saint Ni-
cholas, 81; Gossipping Letter from a
School-master in Minnesota, 91; Uncle
Reuben-a Down-East Sketch, 93, 304,
522; Letters from Down the River, 190,
419, 518; Oratory for the Redemption of
Credit, 194; A Familiar Epistle to the
Editor, 306; The Rebellion of Tipple-
town, 308; Southey on the Authorship
of the Doctor, 415; Brillat Savarin-
Letter from Carl Benson, 422; the late
Robert M. Charlton, 426; Reminiscences
-Our Sanctums, 526; An Evening in the
California Mines, 636
Life and Character of William Pitt. By
.58, 251, 458, 588 Rosa. A Plaint. By THOMAS H. HOWARD. 457
Love and Marriage. A Bachelor's Growl..134
Lays of Quakerdom. Mary Fisher's Visit to
Life on the Yuba...
LITERARY NOTICES: Physiology of Taste, by
Brillat Savarin, 68; January and June,
by Benjamin F. Taylor, 70; History of
the Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena,
71; The Blood-stone, by Donald Mac-
Leod, 73; Life of Benjamin Robert Hay-
don, by Tom Taylor, Esq., 75; Mac-
laurin's System of Writing, 79; North
American Review for January, 183;
Poems and Parodies, by Phoebe Carey,
185; Auto-biography of an Actress, by
Anna Cora Mowatt, 186; Passion-Flow-
ers, 188; Cooper's History of the United
States Navy, 189; Memoir of Rev. Wil-
liam Creswell, D.D., by his Father, 293;
Cruise of the North Star, by Rev. Over-
ton Choules, D.D., 299; Campbell's
Complete Poetical Works, 301; Sheil's
Sketches of the Irish Bar, 302; The
Hive of the Bee-Hunter, by Thomas B.
Thorpe, 407; The Apocalypse Unveiled,
409; United States Grinnell Expedition.
by E. K. Kane, M.D., 410; Scotia's
Bards, 412; Noctes Ambrosianæ of
Blackwood's Magazine, 414; Apheila
and other Poems, by Miss J. Pleasants
and Mr. T. B. Bradley, 407; The Lamp-
lighter, 509; The Poetical Works of W.
H. C. Hosmer, 511; Minnie Hermon, or
the Night and its Morning, by T. W.
Brown. 413; Crystalline, by Rev. F.
W. Shelton, 515; Thesaurus of English
Words, by P. M. Roget, 316; History
of Illinois, by Gov. Thomas Ford, 517.
The Lost Prince, etc., 619; Life and Say-
ings of Mrs. Partington, 625; Melbourne
and the Chincha Islands. By G. W.
Peck, 628; The Spectator, 632; Puddle-
ford and its People. By H. H. Riley, 632
Spotting a Gentleman. By FREDERICK L.
Spanish Alarm-Bell, the. By ISAAC MACLEL-
Switzerland: on the Road. By ROBERT M.
Song of Labor. The Miner. By J. SwETT.229
Saint Simon Stylites and the Flea. By J. H.
Sonnet To a New-born Infant. By JAMES
Spring-time. By THOMAS MACKELLAR....393
Schediasms. By PAUL SIOGVOLK..