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POETRY AND FICTION.
revised by himself, and edited with an Introduction by S. Adams Lee. Boston : Ticknor and Fields. 1857. 2 vols. 16mo. pp. 297, 321. (Bļue and gold. Portrait.)
White Lies, a Novel. By Charles Reade. Parts II. and III. Boston: Ticknor and Fields. (Reprint.)
Nothing to Do : a Tilt at our Best Society. Illustrated. Boston : James French & Co. 12mo, pp. 45.
Kiana: a Tradition of Hawaii. By James J. Jarves. Boston: James Munroe & Co. 1857. 12mo: pp. 277.
Waverley Novels, Household Edition. The Heart of Mid-Lothian. 2 vols. Bride of Lammermoor. 2 vols. Boston: Ticknor and Fields.
Dramas and Poems. By Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton. Boston: Whittemore, Niles, and Hall. 16mo. pp. 328. (Blue and gold.)
Footsteps on the Seas. A Poem. By A. D.T.W. Boston : Crosby, Nichols, & Co. 12mo. pp. 50. (See p. 459.)
Harpers' Story-Books. No. 35. Viola. – No. 36. Little Paul.
Mabel Vaughan. Boston: J. P. Jewett & Co. 12mo. pp. 508. (No. tice deferred.)
City Poems. By Alexander Smith. Boston : Ticknor and Fields. 16mo. pp. 136. (See p. 456.)
Beranger: Two Hundred of his Lyrical Poems, done into English Verse. By William Young. A new Edition. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 12mo. pp. 400.
How to do Business ; a Pocket Manual of Practical Affairs, and Guide to Success in Life. New York: Fowlers and Wells. 1857. 12mo. pp. 156.
Chemical Problems and Reactions, to accompany Stöckhardt's Elements of Chemistry. By Josiah P. Cooke, Jr. Cambridge : John Bartlett. 1857. 12mo. pp. 128.
Fresh Leaves, by Fanny Fern. New York : Mason and Brothers. 1857. 16mo. pp. 336.
Sam Slick, the Clockmaker. By Judge Haliburton. With Illustrations. Philadelphia : T. B. Peterson. Two volumes in one.
pp. 179, 192. First Book of Chemistry and Allied Sciences, including an Outline of Agricultural Chemistry. By John A. Porter. New York: A. S. Barnes & Co. 12mo. pp. 202.
Memorial of the Inauguration of the Statue of Franklin. Prepared and printed by Authority of the City Council. Boston. 8vo. pp. 412.
The Hand-book of Household Science. A Popular Account of Heat, Light, Air, Aliment, and Cleansing, in their Scientific Principles and Domestic Applications. By E. L. Youmans. New York : D. Appleton & Co. 12mo. pp. 447. (A very thoroughly prepared and useful manual.).
The Impending Crisis of the South : How to meet it. By Hinton Rowan Helper, of North Carolina. Fourth Thousand. New York: Burdick Broth
12mo. pp. 420. (Notice deferred.) The Elements of Drawing ; in Three Letters to Beginners. By John Ruskin, M. A. With Illustrations, drawn by the Author. New York: Wiley and Halsted. 12mo. pp. 234. (Reprint.) (Notice deferred.)
NEW SERIES, VOL. I.
JULY TO NOVEMBER, 1857.
Ages of Christendom before the Reforma- its Origin in Greece down to the Present
tion, by John Stoughton, noticed, 278. Day, by George H. Lewes, 331.
of statement, 169 Sophisms, 174.
United States, 384.
tions and Collections of, Vol. III., re- Gaskell, reviewed, 145.
Brooks, Charles T., his Translation of
ältern und mittlern Zeit, von A. J. Ram- Bunsen, Dr., his God in History, or the
Progress of the Belief in a Moral Order
lichen Seele. Von Immanuel Hermann
Caswall, Rev. Henry, D.D., his Martyr of
Book of Facts in Science and Art, for ble James Leacock, Leader of the West
Indian Mission to Western Africa, no-
Collections of the American Antiqua- Cathedra Petri, by Thomas Greenwood,
rian Society, Vol. III., reviewed, 257. noticed, 277.
Chastel, Stephen, The Charity of the Prim-
itive Churches, noticed, 279.
Richard Whately, D.D., noticed, 138. Christian Records, by L. A. Merivale, no-
Christ's Creatorship, Doctrine of, 183.
der Apostel Jesu Christi. Sein Leben Conybeare, Rev. W.J., and the Rev. J. S.
Amusements, reviewed, 47.
speare illustrated in a Philological Com-
Cunningham, G. W., De Rancé, a poem
by, noticed, 458.
Dall, C. H. A., his Gospel Principles, in Fish, Rev. Henry C., his Pulpit Eloquence
the Nineteenth Century, noticed, 284.
Psychologie (System of Biblical Psy-
Gallenga, Antonio, his History of Piedmont,
Gaskell, Mrs., her Life of Charlotte Bronté,
with Great Britain, 201 - Emperor Taou Gentile and Jew before Christ, 313 — Gfrö-
dria, 320 — Philo, 325.
liam Parsons Lunt, D.D., by Chandler view of Current Literature, 143, 291, 451.
Gfrörer's Primitive Christianity, article on,
Archbishop Whately, reviewed, 136. Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia,
-"Dies iræ, dies illa,” 360 - Michael sias Bunsen, noticed, 137.
a Political History of the Great Latin
Greyson Letters, the, noticed, 449.
Court concerning, 65 — the Southern and Europe, noticed, 141 — reviewed, 231
only important practical decision, 93. Hale, Edward E., his Discourse on Public
Half-Century of the Unitarian Controversy,
Hartung, J. A., Ungelehrte Erklärung des
Goethe'schen Faust, 1.
of Dr. Kitto's Life and Writings, re- guage, and other Papers, noticed, 139.
History and Politics, noticed in the Review
of Current Literature, 141.
and Notes of European Travel in 1856, of M. Azaïs, reviewed, 212 – M. Prime's
volume, 214 — Dr. Stewart's work, 226
Honduras, Explorations and Adventures in,
Hopkins, John Henry, D.D., LL.D., Bishop
Unitarian Controversy, noticed, 132 — ar- the Diocese of Vermont, his “ American
Decision of the Supreme Court of the
Judges thereof, in the Case of Dred Scott
versus John F. A. Sandford, reviewed, 65.
printed in the Transactions and Collec-
tions of the American Antiquarian So-
History and Theology of the Ancient Hunt, Leavitt, his Agrippa, or The Evan-
gelists, noticed, 444.
Inaugural Address of George E. Ellis, at
India's appeal to Christian Unitarians, 36
- Theology of the Hindus, 38 - Female Martin, R. Montgomery, his book about
Attempt to popularize Ethical Science. Pause and Retrospect, reviewed, 94-
373 — religious obligations, the objects tian Student," 105 – 118.
Martyr of the Pongas, by Rev. Henry Cas-
wall, D. D., 296.
on the Ecclesiastical History of the
Short History of the Apostolic Age, no-
Paul to the Thessalonians, Galatians, Ro- Miller, Hugh, the Testimony of the Rocks,
Montalembert, Count de, Life of St. Eliza-
Hackett, noticed, 298.
National Review for April, noticed, 150 –
New Publications Received, 152, 311, 463.
Oliver, Peter, his Puritan Commonwealth,
Rowland G. Hazard, noticed, 139. Our first Fathers and their first Children,
by Rev. Henry Caswall, noticed, 296. Society's Transactions, 257 - John Hull,
Greece down to the Present Day, 331. of Mr. Kingsley, 272.
W. J. Conybeare, M. A., and the Rev. J. Parameswara-jnyána-goshthi, noticed, 455.
Park, Edwards A., Introductory Essay to
Ryland's biography, 243 — the parents Parker, Theodore, discussed by James B.
trust in Providence, his death, 256. Pauthier, M. G., his Chine, ou Description
John S. Harford, Description of the de ce vaste Empire, d'apres des Docu-
a Memoir of his Life, prepared by Hon.
Samuel A. Eliot, reviewed, 138.
People's Dictionary of the Bible, by Dr.
spiration, being an Inquiry concerning Philological Commentary on Shakespeare's
an article in the Westminster Review, ward Zeller, reviewed, 313.
Philosophy of Scepticism and Ultraism, 134.
X. Keith Johnston, F. R. S. E., Geo- Schwarz, Karl, his Geschichte der neuester
Sermons preached at Trinity Chapel, Brigh-
article ton, by the late Frederick W. Robertson,
Sermons by Ephraim Peabody, D.D., re-
some Newly Asserted Principles connect- Sheil, Lady, Glimpses of Life and Manners
by Mrs. Jameson, noticed, 140.
Smith, Alexander, his City Poems, noticed,
Allocution of the Pope to the College of viewed, 211.
- Waldo and Dominic, 421 — future of Stoughton, John, his Ages of Christendom,
47 - 65 -- the Drama, 48 - Mr. Bellows's Dred Scott case, article on, 65.
ry, by Rev. Henry C. Fish, noticed, 284. Bearings on the two Theologies, Natural
Prime, reviewed, 211.
The Tent and the Khan, a Journey to Sinai
and Palestine, by Robert Walter Stewart,
Tom Brown's School Days, noticed, 301.
Sketches, and Notes of European Train, G. F., his American Merchant, no-
the system of Delitzch, 161 — Richard increase of prosperity, 352- the Pilgrims,
- Crimean war, 356.
18 — its spirit and aim, 23 — - religious cism and Ultraism, 134.
Wells, W. V., his Explorations and Adven-
tures in Honduras, noticed, 143.
memoration of Dr. Lunt, noticed, 307. “ The Scripture Doctrine concerning the
therewith,” reviewed, 136 — his Notes to
Whitty, Edward M., Knaves and Fools, or
duism, noticed, 455.
Yonge, Miss, Dynevor Terrace, or the
the Great Suez Canal, noticed, 452. Young, Rev. Edward, Pre-Raffaelitism, or
serted Principles connected with Art, 290.
Zeller, Dr. Edward, Die Philosophie der