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Remarks upon the Controversy between Massachusetts and South Carolina. By a Friend to the Union. Boston : Crosby and Nichols. 1845. 8vo. pp. 21.
An Introductory Discourse on Medical Education, delivered to the Students of Geneva Medical College, October 1, 1844. By Charles A. Lee, M. D. Geneva : Ira Merrell. 8vo. pp. 40.
The Claims of Religion upon Medical Men: a Discourse delivered in Philadelphia, Nov. 24, 1844. By H. A. Boardman. Third Edition. Philadelphia: J. B. Ellis. 8vo. pp. 24.
The Southern and Western Monthly Magazine and Review. Edited by W. Gilmore Simms. January, 1845. Charleston: Burges and James. 1845. 8vo. pp. 72.
Justice to the Memory of John Fitch, who, in 1785, invented a Steam Engine and Steamboat. By Charles Whittlesey. Cincinnati. 1845. 8vo. pp. 12.
The Stay and the Staff taken away: a Discourse occasioned by the Death of Hon. William Prescott, LL. D., delivered in the Church on Church Green, Dec. 15, 1844. By Alexander Young. Boston: Little & Brown. 8vo. pp. 34.
Discourse on the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Williain Penn, delivered Oct. 24, 1844, before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. By Job R. Tyson, one of the Vice-Presidents. Philadelphia : John Penington. 8vo. pp. 40.
The House of God : a Discourse delivered before the Second Presbyterian Church of Mobile, Ala., Nov.21, 1844. By W. A. Scott, D.D. New Orleans: W. H. Foy. 8vo. pp. 40.
Third Annual Report to the Legislature relating to the Registry and Returns of Births, Marriages, and Deaths in Massachusetts, for the Year ending May 1, 1844. By John G. Palfrey, Secretary to the Commonwealth. Boston: Dutton & Wentworth 1845. 10. pp. 110.
North-A merican Review.
Arnauld, trial of, at the Sorbonne,
Ashkenazim, the, a race of Jews, 352.
vegetation, 161 – has all the ele.
ed and purified, 164 - solidified
Chalmers's History of, reviewed, the influence of plants on, 176 —
- religion and politics united in, of, 186 — discovery of the pressure
Auricular confession, Pascal on, 298.
rapid increase of, 453 — how the 94.
by vegetation, 178 - are not pro. Baconian Philosophy, a Discourse of
the, by Samuel Tyler, noticed, 254.
Language, chiefly from Zumpt,
vention of, 263 — triangle also in Belgium, case of interference with,
poems, 76 —
Bemis, George, Report of the Trial ucated, 68 — his powers developed
of Abner Rogers, Jr., by, review- by opposition, 69 - libertinism and
recklessness of, 70 — profanity,
his writings while in Italy, 72 -
and crime, 74 — degraded the
- represents the Sa-
tanic school, 77 — spirit of desper-
the Asylum for the, noticed, 499. misanthropy he taught, 79 — his
Manfred, 80 — his force of passion,
- call for reform in, 228. See taught by his life, 86.
Teachers and Mann.
Callenberg Institute for converting
- disputes and troubles in Cana. Campbell, Sir A., governor of New
responsible gov two provinces, 91 - disputes be-
ment of, 103 — end of the coali.
and British in, 117. See British.
ishing, 35 – Mr. Sampson on, 37.
Carbon in plants, 162 — quantity of,
- represents the infinences of the by plants, 174 — given out by an.
Carolinas, attempt to enforce the of raising it, 47 - evils of the vol.
untary system in, 49 — arguments
- professorships should be filled
466 – not discoverable by science, Cologne in the 15th century describ-
and body an instance of, 473. Conolly, Dr., definition of insanity
American Colonies by, reviewed, Conolly, Lieut., on the Jews in Me.
- adınils the incompetency of the successive processes of, 437
mode of reasoning about, 439
of, 449 — work of fissiparous gen.
eration in, 450 - disproof of spon-
Dumas and others, reviewed, 156. of being in, 458 - intervention of
higher principles in, 462 – length
human pair in, 464 -- theory of
causation and natural laws in, 466
- no active causes known in mat-
469 – continuous divine agency
and body, 473— between God and
not a machine, 475 — final question
Criminal Cases, Plea of Insanily in,
by Forbes Winslow, Esq., review-
low standard of, 45 — advantages Crosse, Mr , experiments of, 433, 455.
Crystallization resembles life, 432, Egypt, settlement of Jews in, 332.
Emerson, George B., Observations on
and the Boston Teachers, review-
ed, 224 — excellent spirit of his
liamentary Practice by, noticed, England, disabilities the Jews in,
346 — efforts in, to convert the
teenth century, 414.
Epic poetry in various countries, 481.
Epiphytes, or Air-plants, 163.
Falkland, Lord, governor of Nova
air’s weight, 266 — falsely claims Felix, M., examines the case of the
Fermentation in plants, 190.
the Boston Teachers on, 234, 238. France, law of, respecting neutrals,
Revolution, 323 - interference of
ing divine grace, 275 — ridiculed pation of the Jews in, 345, 363.
by Pascal, 200.
ganization of Plants by, reviewed, Generation, spontaneous, 433, 452-
Grace, saving, controversy about,
reviewed, 156 — merits of, 157 — ing, 275 – opinions of Jansenius,
Correspondence of, reviewed, 126
impression which she made on a
Canada, 101 — reforms projected education in America, 128 – her
life at Oswego, 129 - her "Me.
moirs of an American Lady"
quoted, ib. 130, 131 — becomes ac-
quainted with Madame Schuyler,
counts of her introduction to Mada