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124 Times of (J. B. C.)-his Return from " THE ONLY GREAT REPUBLICAN NATION,". 135 France-Secretary of War and of the
NAPOLEON : an Ode, (from the French of Treasury-Parties in 1789-93; Federal
Casimir Delavigne,) by W. Dowe,....... 136 ists and Anti-Federalists-Original Na
Gen. LESLIE COMBS, OF Ky.: Narrative of the tional Republican Party - Disbanded 1793 -Reconstruction of the Conservative Na
Life of, embracing incidents in the early tional Party in 1816, by Crawford, Cal
history of the North-western Territory,.. 142 houn, Clay, and Madison-Presidential COMPLIMENTARY TESTIMONIALS: Mrs. Cowden Election of 1824-Jackson, Cobb, Van
Clarke's Concordance to Shakspeare,.... 156 Buren-Crawford Caucus — Conspiracy THE CRISIS OF THE CENTURY : Alliances, against Clay and Adams-Scenes of
European and American,.
164 Election in the House--Randolph and
THE AMERICAN DRAMA,.
177 Webster—the Result- Reflections,...... 93
OUR GENERAL REVIEW: an Abstract and A VISION OF LIES, ... 108 Brief Chronicle of the Times,
183 SOME SHAKSPEARIAN AND SPENSERTA MSS. CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY,..
187 The Learning of Shakeare, 114 NOTE-EDITORIAL,
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