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Woodworth's Melodies. Embellished with an Engraved Frontispiece and Vignette. New York. James M. Campbell. 12mo. pp. 252. The Temple of Harmony, being a Collection of Sacred Music. By J. C. Washburn. Enlarged and improved. Hallowell. Glazier & Co. NOVELS.
The Rivals of Acadia, an Old Story of the New World. Boston. Wells & Lilly. 12mo. pp. 270.
The Tennessean; a Novel, Founded on Facts. By Mrs Anne Royal. New Haven. 12mo. pp. 372.
ORATIONS AND ADDRESSES.
A Discourse on the Lives and Characters of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, delivered at the Request of the Citizens of Washington. By William Wirt, Attorney General of the United States. 8vo. Washington.
Eulogy on the Hon. William Crafts, delivered before the Palmetto Society, in the Second Independent Church. By E. S. Courtenay. Charleston. 8vo.
Introductory Lecture to the Course of Anatomy and Physiology in Rutgers Medical College, New York. By John D. Godman, M. D. New York.
An Inaugural Discourse delivered at the Opening of Rutgers Medical College in the City of New York. By David Hosack, M. D. F. R. S. New York. 8vo. pp. 176.
An Obituary Memoir of Robert F. Mott, read before Two Literary Societies to which he belonged. By Goold Brown. New York. S. Wood & Sons.
Address delivered before the Worcester Agricultural Society, October 11, 1826. By Emory Washburn, Esq. Worcester. 8vo. pp 16. A Discourse delivered before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on New Year's Day, 1827. By Roberts Vaux. Philadelphia. Carey &
Mr Clay's late Speech before the American Colonization Society. Washington. 8vo. pp. 24.
An Annual Discourse before the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, delivered on the 29th of November, 1826. By Henry D. Gilpin. Philadelphia. Carey & Lea.
An Address, delivered at the Opening of the Boston Mechanics' Institution, February 7, 1827. By George B. Emerson. Boston. Hilliard, Gray, Little, and Wilkins. 8vo. pp. 24.
An Address, delivered before the Society of Associated Mechanics and Manufacturers of the State of New Hampshire, at the Celebration of their Anniversary, in Portsmouth, October 5, 1826. By Abner Greenleaf. Portsmouth. T. H. Miller. 8vo. pp. 32.
Anniversary Discourse, pronounced before the Philadelphia Forum, November 4, 1826. By William L. Hirst. Philadelphia. Carey & Lea. A Selection of Eulogies, pronounced in the several States in Honor of those illustrious Patriots and Statesmen, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Hartford. D. F. Robinson & Co. 8vo. pp. 420.
A Discourse on the Character and Services of Thomas Jefferson, VOL. XXIV.NO. 55.
more especially as a Promoter of Natural and Physical Science; pronounced, by Request before the New York Lyceum of Natural History, 11th October, 1826. By Samuel L. Mitchell. New York.
A Discourse, exposing Robert Owen's System, as practised by the Franklin Community at Haverstraw. By James M'Knight, a Member of the Community.
An Address, delivered in Burlington, upon the Inauguration of the Author to the Office of the President of the University of Vermont, November 28, 1826. By James Marsh. Burlington. 8vo. pp. 31.
A Discourse on Popular Education, delivered before the American Whig and Cliosophic Societies of Princeton College. By the Hon. Charles Fenton Mercer.
An Oration, pronounced at Middlebury, before the Associated Alumni of the College, August 16, 1826. By Beriah Green. Castleton. Ovid Miner. pp. 39.
Excursions on the River Connecticut during a Short Recess. Reported by Amicus Curiæ. Boston. Cottons & Barnard. 12mo. pp. 48. The Cities of the Plain; a Religious Poem. By Sumner L. Fairfield. Boston. Charles G. Greene.
The Religion of the Sun; a Posthumous Poem of Thomas Paine. Philadelphia. Carey & Lea.
Appeal for suffering Genius, a Poetical Address for the Benefit of the Boston Bard; and the Triumph of Truth, a Poem. By D. Bryan. Price 50 cents.
Alnwick Castle with other Poems. New York. G. & C. Carvill, 8vo. pp. 64.
Cursory Views of the Liberal and Restrictive Systems of Political Economy, and of their Effects in Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Holland, and the United States, &c. By a Citizen of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. Carey & Lea.
Tariff of Duties; a correct Edition, embracing the latest Corrections from the Treasury Department. Revised and prepared by Thomas K. Dubois. New York. Malone Day.
Lectures on the Elements of Political Economy. By Thomas Cooper, M. D. President of the South Carolina College, and Professor of Chemistry and Political Economy. Columbia. Doyle E. Sweeny. 1826.
Two Essays. 1. On the Foundation of Civil Government. On the Constitution of the United States. By Thomas Cooper, M. D. President of the South Carolina College. Columbia. D. & J. M. Faust. 1826.
A General Statistical Table, showing the Areas, Population, &c. of the several States, Kingdoms, Empires, in the World. Philadelphia. A. Finley.
An Essay on the Lord's Supper. By F. W. P. Greenwood. Sec ond Edition. Boston. Bowles & Dearborn. 12mo. pp. 60.
A Discourse, delivered in Quincy, at the Interment of John Adams, late President of the United States, July 7, 1826. By Peter Whitney. Boston. J. H. A. Frost. 8vo
A Funeral Sermon on the Death of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, preached in the Unitarian Church, Washington City. By Robert Little.
The Doctrine of Incest stated, with an Examination of the Question, Whether a Man may marry his deceased Wife's Sister? By Domesticus. Second Edition. New York. G. & C. Carvill.
A Sermon on Predestination. By Joseph C. Stiles. Milledgeville. 1826. pp. 86.
A Sermon delivered at the Dedication of the Union Meeting House in Groton, Massachusetts, January 3, 1827. By John Todd. Cambridge. Hilliard & Brown.
Universal Damnation and Salvation clearly proved by the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. To which are added, a few Preliminary Observations. Boston. T. Bedlington. 8vo. pp. 100. The Scripture Doctrine of Materialism. Philadelphia.
A Sermon, preached, December 13, 1826, at the Installation of the Rev. Calvin Park, D. D. in the First Congregational Church in Stoughton. By Nathanael Emmons, D. D. Boston. 8vo. pp. 22.
Dissertations on the Importance and Best Method of Studying the Original Languages of the Bible. By Jahn and Others. Translated from the Original, and accompanied with Notes, by M. Stuart. Andover. Flagg & Gould. 8vo. pp. 96.
A Catechism on the principal Parables of the New Testament. By William F. Lloyd. Philadelphia. 18mo. pp. 90.
A Discourse, preached at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Unitarian Church, New York, December 7, 1826. By William Ellery Channing. New York. 8vo. pp. 57.
A Sermon on the Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Oliver Morris, preached in Christ's Church, Alexandria, on Sunday, 18th of September, 1826. By the Rev. William Meade. Alexandria. 8vo.
A Sermon, preached, November 16, 1826, at the Dedication of the House of Public Worship of the First Congregational Society in Salem. By Charles W. Upham, Associate Pastor. Salem. W. Palfray. 8vo. pp. 82.
The Unitarian's Answer. By the Rev. Orville Dewey. Fourth Edition. Boston. 12mo. pp. 47.
A Sermon, delivered September 14, 1826, at the Funeral of Mrs Harriet Wilmarth, of Attleborough. By John Ferguson, Pastor of the East Church in Attleborough. Boston. pp. 16.
Little Sermons on Great Subjects. By Thomas Williams, Pastor of a Church in Attleborough. Providence. Barnum Field & Co. 18mo. pp. 72.
Decision, or Religion must be All or Nothing. Fourth Edition. Philadelphia. A. Finley.
Essays to do Good, addressed to all Christians, whether in Public or Private Capacities. By the late Cotton Mather, D. D. F. R. S. New Edition. Dover, N. H. L. C. Stevens. 12mo. pp. 148.
The Interest and Authority of the Church, and the Privilege and Duty of its Members, as to things of Religion, indifferent in themselves; a Sermon, preached at the Opening of the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States of America. By Nathaniel Bowen, D. D.
VOYAGES AND TRAVELS.
Observations on Colombia, in the Years 1824, 1825. By an Officer in the United States' Army. Philadelphia. Carey & Lea. 8vo. pp. 303.
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The French Genders taught in Six Tables; being a plain and easy Art of Memory, by which the Genders of 15,548 French Nouns may be learned in a few hours. By the Master of a Grammar School. Boston. Monroe & Francis. 18mo. PP: 48.
Rough Notes, taken during some rapid Journies across the Pampas and among the Andes. By Captain F. B. Head. Boston. Wells & Lilly. 12mo. pp. 264.
A Letter to the Lord Chancellor on the Necessity and Practicability of forming a Code of the Laws of England; to which is annexed the New Bankrupt Law, arranged in the Method of Domat's Civil Law, and in a Style suited to the humblest Capacity, proposed to be adopted as the Form of the Statute Law of the Realm. By Crofton Uniacke, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister at Law, and late Judge of the ViceAdmiralty Court of the Province of Nova Scotia. Boston. Hilliard, Gray, & Co. 8vo. pp. 52.
Recollections of the Life of John O'Keeffe. Written by Himself. Philadelphia. Carey & Lea. 8vo. pp. 216 and 234.
Honor O'Hara; a Novel. By Ann Maria Porter. New York. 12mo. pp. 343 and 336.
Christmas Tales, with an elegant Copperplate. Boston. Munroe & Francis 18mo.
Relics of Antiquity Exhibited in the Ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, with an Account of the Destruction and Recovery of those Celebrated Cities. By the Author of Fruits of Enterprise.' New York. W. B. Gilley. 12mo. pp. 143.
The Tor Hill. By the Author of 'Brambletye House.' Philadelphia. Carey & Lea. 12mo. pp. 273 and 288.
Christmas Holidays, or a Visit at Home. Philadelphia. 12mo. Rome in the Nineteenth Century, in a Series of Letters, written during a Residence at Rome in the Years 1817, 1818. New York. J. & J. Harper. 2 vols. 12mo.
Essays, in a Series of Letters. By John Foster, Author of 'Essay on Popular Ignorance,' &c. From the Seventh London Edition. Andover. Mark Newman. 12mo. pp. 271.
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Secret Memoirs of the Royal Family of France, during the Revolution, with original and authentic Anecdotes of contemporary Sovereigns, &c. Now first published from the Journal, Letters, and Con
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The Forest Sanctuary; and Other Poems. By Mrs Felicia Hemans. Boston. Hilliard, Gray, & Co. 8vo. pp. 231.
Harriet and her Cousin, or Prejudice Overcome. Salem. Whipple & Lawrence. 18mo. pp. 160.
An Inquiry concerning that Disturbed State of the Vital Functions usually denominated Constitutional Irritation. By Benjamin Travers, F. R. S. New York. H. Stevenson.
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Rose Grant, a Matlock Sketch. Boston. Munroe & Francis. 18mo. The Law of Contracts and Promises upon various Subjects, and with Particular Persons, as settled in the Action of Assumpsit. In Three Parts. By Samuel Comyn, Esq., A New Edition, with considerable Alterations and Additions, and with References to American Decisions.
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Three Hundred and Fiftytwo Religious Letters, written between 1636 and 1661, by the late Samuel Rutherford, Professor of Divinity at St Andrews. To which is prefixed, a Life of the Author. First American Edition. New York.
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