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Jove judicat æquo.- Hor.
Eo ego ingenio natus sum, amicitiam
Atque inimicitiam in fronte promptam gero.--Ennius.
SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW.
nesis, 157; chronology of Archbi-
shop Usher adopted by the British
Parliament, 165; epoch of Menes,
first king of Egypt, discussed, 168
-175; defence of Dr. Nott's opi-
nion, ibat Shem and Ham were
twins, 179; whether Cush was the
progenitor of the Negroes, 180;
the physical differences of men as
old as the oldest record of our spe-
cies, 184; creation of new races of
men since the flood not improba-
ble, 185; universality of the De-
Abercrombie's Essays, 522.
Agricultural Prospects of South-Caro-
lina; her resources and her true poli-
cy, 118–148; regular decline since
1833 in quantity of cotton grown
there,119, competition with the Gulf
States hopeless, 120; production
of cotton in Texas rapidly increas-
ing, 123; rice, the most important
staple of South-Carolina, next to
cotton, 127; new products she
might resort to, when no longer
able to depend on her cotton crops.
127–135; union of manufactures
with agriculture her true policy,
135—171; moral and physical in-
fluence of manufactories, 141-
145; negroes easily made useful in
cotton factories, 146.
A Manual of Ancient and Modern
American Shepherd, The 516.
An Issue with the Reviever of "Nott's
Caucasian and Negro Races," 148-
190; Chrysostom's principle for
interpreting the beginning of Ge-
Arnold, Dr., miscellaneous works of,
Barnes' Notes, 252.
Brounson's Quarterly Rericu, 258.
Bush's Anastasis, 522.
Church, Dr., on Education, 255,
Coit's Puritanism, 519.