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Naval Chronicle. the United States, by with the Gracchi, 494--both the Grac-
C. W. Goldsborough, referred to, 349. chi perished at early age, 498---of Hor-
ed States, by Thomas Clark, referred dress, 500 501----the orators were in
the way of receiving immense sums by
ment of, referred to, 349--have been orators, less careful in preparation than
founded at, 207–experienced dreadful unhealthy, ib.---its commerce 135.
Boston and vicinity, opposed to a fur
124-.-.its farm of brandy, ib...-salt tions, referred to, 582.
Report of the Secretary of the Navy,
----foreigners own many fine estates in tablishment, referred to, 349.
Report of the Select Committee of the
Montgomery, reviewed, 290..--extracts Report of the Resolutions of Georgia,
examined, 541--extracts from,541-544,
being considered, 571.
Report, the annual of the Secretary of the condition of when they were Bri-
tish colonies, 611-natural advantages
during the early part of Mr. Jefferson's
438. administration, 614-different projects
the two styles of painting, the grand countervail the tariff system, 617.
and the ornamental, quoted, 525 Spain, Latin writers of, 44.
its merits, 34---origin of, 35-40--deri tive, not copied, 45, 46- Poetry and
56-59--- of Greek and Latin, 58--of 390--395, 397-405, 407---remarks on his
States General, the meeting of the at
Stewart, Commodore, extracts from his
Chevalier Gamba----reviewed, 114--- Human Mind, quoted, 86.
Supreme Court, the, cases of Johnson and
M'Intosh, and Fletcher and Peck, re-
ferred to, 550, 552-- ought to settle the
question between the United States
Tenures, the Law of, in England, referred
and the Report, covering a plan for a Tophail's Work, not a Romance, 45.
64, 65, 70.
specting the surveys of roads and ca the remarkable, ib.
ers granted by the Constitution of the,
in case of war, 600.--the exports of
ernment as regards internal improve 53-55.
CONTENTS OF No. III.
hitherto attempted. By J. Walker, Ăuthor of the Critical Pronoun-
produced, &c. By John MacCulloch, M.D. F.R.S.
CONTENTS OF No. IV.