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THE

SOUTHERN REVIEW.

VOL. IV.

AUGUST & NOVEMBER, 1829.

CHARLESTON:

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY A. E. MILLER

FOR THE PROPRIETORS.

1829,

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V. Abbot's LETTERS FROM CUBA,

123

Letters written in the Interior of Cuba, between the Monntains

of Arcana, to the East, and of Cusco, to the West, in the months of

February, March, April and May, 1828. By the late Rev. Abiel

Abbot, Ď. D. Pastor of the First Church in Beverly, (Mass.)

VI. Cicero DE REPUBLICA,

136

1. The Republic of Cicero, translated from the Latin ; and ac-

companied with a Critical and Historical Introduction. By G. W.

Featherstonhaugh, Esq. Fellow of the Geological Society of Lon-
don, &c.

2. M. Tvllii Ciceronis de Repvbliea, librorvm reliquiæ e palimp-
sesto. Ab Angelo Maio, nyper ervtæ ad editionem Romanam dili-
gentissime expressæ.

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VIII. DYSPEPSIA,

208

1. An Essay on Disorders of the Digestive Organs, and General

Health, and on their complications. By Marshal Hall, M. D. &c.

2. A Treatise on Indigestion and its consequences, called nervous

and bilious complaints ; with observations on the organic diseases.

in which they sometimes terminate. By A. P. W. Philip, M. D. &c.

3. A Treatise on Diet, with a view to establish, on practicable

grounds, a system of rules for the prevention and cure of the dis-

eases incident to a disordered state of the digestive functions. By

J. A. Paris, M. D. &c.

4. An Essay on morbid sensibility of the Stomach and Bowels,

as the proximate cause or characteristic condition of Indigestion,

Nervous Irritability, Mental Despondency, Hypochondriasis, &c.

&c.; to wbich are prefixed, Observations on the Diseases and Re-

gimen of Invalids on their return from hot and unhealthy Climates.

By James Johnson, M. D. &c.

5. Sure Methods of Improving Health and Prolonging Life; or a

a Treatise on the art of living long and comfortably, by regulating

the diet and regimen, embracing all the most approved principles of

health and longevity, and exhibiting the remarkable power of pro-

per food, wine, air, exercise, sleep, &c. in the cure of chronic dis-

eases, as well as the preservation of health and prolongation of life.

To which is added, the Art of Training for Health, Rules for reduc-

ing Corpulency, and Maxims of Health for the bilious and nervous,

the consumptive,

men of letters, and people of fashion. Illustrated

by cases. By a Physician.

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