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A.
Editors' Drawer,

360
A Psalm of Death. By H. W. Long Editorial Pot-Luck,

446
FELLOW, Esq.,

13 Eulogy. By Hon. R. M. CHARLTON, 544
A Day at Revenna,

28
A Lawyer's Lamentation,

47

F.
A Second Psalm of Life,

Fever of the Olden Time,
A Winter Night,

93

Four Years in Paraguay, notice of, 78
A Parable,

99

Freedom. Translated from the Ger-
A Poetaster's Lament,
105 man,

116
A Scene at Florence,

116

Filial Stanzas. By Rev. G. W. BE-
A Dish of Tea,
150, 231 THUNE,

336

G.
A Chronicle of Lousiana, notice of, 165
American Quarterlies,

172 Governor EVERETT's Address, no-
A Trip to Lake Superior. By H. R.

tice of,

157
SCHOOLCRAFT, Esq.,
211, 428 Gathering Snow-Drops,

235
An Old-time Salmagundi,

236 God in Nature. By H. W. Rock-
American Portrait of DICKENS, no-

WELL, Esq.,

236
tice of,
278 Geographical Extremes,

270
Architecture of the Heavens, notice Genoa and the Genoese. By Rev.
of,
355 WALTER COLTON,

337, 393
An Outline Sketch of Niagara. By

Gen. H. L. V. DUCOUDRAY HOLSTEIN, 553
Rev. H. Bascom, Ky.,

357
Anacreontic Stanzas,

362

H.

He'll Never Die for Love,
Adversity, a Fragment,
375

145
Heads of the People,

278
A Sabbath Day-Dream. By GRACE
GRAFTON,

409
Harp of the North,

393
A Visit to GARRICK, in 1768,

495

Head-Quarters, or the Elective Fran-
chise,

498
B.
How to be Long-Lived,

552
BARLOW, Joel,

267
Burning of the Caroline,

273

I.
Battle of Long-Island By SA

Intellectual Compensation,

76
MUEL WARD, Jr.,
279, 364 Isle of the Elfin Lake,

317
Blessings in Disguise,

352 International Monied Relations. By
Bearding a Sea-Lion in his Den, 524

an AMERICAN,

412
C.

Impressions of Travel, notice of, 440
Civil Administration of Justice, in

J.
New-York,

1 Joe Haywood, the Modern Silenus, 94
Circus: A Sketch,

67 Joel Barlow's 'Hasty Pudding,' 267
Carl Werner, notice of,

80 Jerry Guttridge's Reformation. By
Chinese Museum, Philadelphia, 88 Seba Smith, Esq.

418
Cottage Flowers. By Z. BARTON

K.
STOUT, Esq.,

206 Keith on Religious Demonstrations, 161
Collegiate Address, by F. W. Tho-

KNICKERBOCKERIANA,

178, 265
MAS Esq., notice of,

261

L.
Correspondential Gossip, in Five Di-

Lines to a Brother Poet,

28
visions,

278
CARISTOPHER MARSHALL’s Remem-

Letter from Modern Palmyra,

63
brancer,

458

LITERARY NOTICES, 78, 157, 258, 353,438, 535

Lines to a Bereaved Mother. By
Christine, a Melody,

516
Content.' By Park BENJAMIN, Esq. 526

Prof. INGRAHAM,

118
Cooper's Naval History,

Lines on the late J. W. Gould. By
538
GRACE GRAFTON,

156
Cheveley, notice of,

539

Lines to my Mother. By J. Bar-
D.
BER, Esq.,

188
Duelling. By the late J. H. Bright,

Leonora, or the Battle of Prague, 197
Esq.,

27 L. E. LANDON, Mrs. M'LEAN, notice
Dinner of the Months,

59
of,

266
Despair : a Fragment,
130 Latest from Boz,

272
Deer-Shooting. By A. B. STREET, Lives of BARTON and OLNEY,

356
Esq.,
531 Laconics Paraphrased,

392
Dramatic Works of Shakspeare, 539 Lines 10 an Invalid in Italy,

403
Deerbrook. By Miss MARTINEAU, 540 London Correspondence,

458
Death of John Galt, Esq.,

543 London. By J. SANDERSON, Esq., 468
E.

Lines on a Naked Statue of Apollo, 483
EDITORS' Table, 63, 167, 265, 357, 445,542 Lord Byron. By Rev. Walter Col-
England and America,
115 TON,

495
Elegiac Stanzas. By Hon. D. D.

M
BARNARD,

205 Modern Ultraism, a New Theory, - 84
Evening before the Wedding, 329 | Musical Adepts,

88

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145

My Mother's Grave,

119 Stanzas. By B. W. HUNTINGTON, Esq., 328
Music and Friends,

167 Specimens of Foreign Literature, 353
Mr. Horn's Soirées Musicales, 176 Sleepy Hollow. By GEOFFREY CRAY-
Memoirs of CHARLES MATHEWS, 262

ON, Gent.,

404
Mercantile Library Association, 277 Spirit Witnesses in Nature,

411
Mocha Dick, the Pacific Whale, 377 Spring-Time. By W. G. SIMMS, Esq., 427
My Tablets,

528 Sketches of a Trip to Lake Superior, 428
May-Day in Savannah,
542 Sparks' American Biography,

456
Salt Water Floating Baths,

459
N.
Seals on Old Letters,

497

Nodding Homers: a Popular Fallacy, 223

279

T.

New Literary Reading Room,
Notes on the Netherlands.

14

By Hon.

The Governor's Visit to Jemaico,

CALEB CUSHING,

367, 567 The Charter-Oak. By Mrs. SigournEY, 34

The New Year. By GRACE GRAFTUN, 46

0.

To my Twin Spirit,

51

Our Engraving,

83 The Spirit of Romance,

58

Our Foreign Letter-File,

123 The Dinner of the Months,

59

Our Couniry in the Olden Time, 174 The Far West,

81

Original Poem, by JOEL Barlow, 177 The New Year. By Park BENJAMIN,

Our National Picture: the Past and

Esq.,

87

the Present,

274 Time's Annual,

89

Old Massachusetts,

484 The Chainless Spirit,

92

P.

100

The Early Dead,

The Lover's Song at Sea,

102

Private Journal of Aaron BURR,

82

The White Squall,

103

Patriarchs: a Contrasted Picture, 132

The Spirit of Music,

109

Poems, by the late Mrs. S. LOUISA

110

The Sympathjes,

P. SMITH,

163

131

Tale of the Morning Wind,

Poems by George Lunt, Esq., 166

The Dying Hero,

134

Popular "Objections to Phrenology:

By Dr. TICKNOR,

179, 308 The Old Family Clock,

150

The Harp of L. E. L.,

Poetry and Prose of BURNS,

196

The Huguenot,

166

Portrait of a Lost Friend,

308

The Sublime and Ridiculous,

173

Paradise Opened to the Indians. By

189

H. R. SCHOOLCRAFT, Esq.,

Tableaux Vivantes ‘Down East,'

349

The Crayon Papers. By WASHING-
PAGANINI and BERLIOZ. By SAMUEL

TON IRVING, Esq., 206, 317, 404, 434

WARD, Jr., Esq.,

360

210

Public and Private Economy. By

The Death of Winter,

The Steam-Boat. By O. W. HOLMES,

THEODORE SEDGWICK,

441

Esq.,

216

Pericles and Aspasia,

442

The Far West,

224

Piracy and Plagiarism,

459

The Old World,

225

Q.

The Mother's Vision,

230

Quips and Quillets Paraphrased, 432 To my Lady Valentine,

244

Testaceous Lyrics,

R.

The Peasant-Bard to 'Alpha,' 257

Repository of the Arts,

86

The Trespasser in Maine,

296

Reflections in a Play-House, 100 The Bridge of Mohammed,

342

Rob of the Bowl,

162

The First Locomotive,

343

Random Sketches, by a Kentuckian, 215 The Christian's Home,

348

Ruins at Pastum. By Rev. J. Pier-

The Late Flood,

364

FONT,

249

The Dying Girl,

399

Religion of Nature,

316

The Speaking Picture,

417

Red Rovers of Texas,

362

Threvodia on an Infant,

433

The Birds of Spring. By WASHING-

S.

TON IRVING, Esq.,

434

Stanzas to a Lady. By Rev. Wal-

494

The Wedding and its Anniversary,

Ter Colton, U. S. N.,

23

The Wail of the Breeze,

515

Scenes in Michilimackinack,

23

The Age of Gold,

522

Stanzas for the Season,

52

The Spirit Warrior,

527

Song of the Visionary,

61
The Siudent and his Inmates,

632

Sources of Inspiration,

62

The Fine Arts: National Academy, 545

Sonnets to the Housatonic,

Second Psalm of Life,

77

V.

Southern Passages and Pictures,

82 Vale of the Greylock. By W. P.
Shakspeare Forgeries,

295
S6 PALMER, Esq.,
Socrates: a Fragment,

117 Voices of the Night. By H. W.
Stanzas to a Sister,

123
LONGFELLOW, Esq.,

376
Saint Nicholas Interlopers,

176
Summer in Winter's Lap,
178 Winter Night,

93
Story of the Caliph Stork,

217 Winter Studies and Summer Ram-
Southern Literary Journal, etc., 271 bles, notice of,

259
Spirit of Grandeur,

307 | Woman's Love. By a Bachelor, 400

245

66, 149

W.

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