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I. ENGLISH AND FRENCH INTERVENTION IN THE RIO DE LA PLATA.

By Hon. Caleb Cushing, .
II. New England. By Mrs. J. W. Merceir,
III. THE GAME OF NORTH AMERICA ; its nomenclature, habits, haunts,

and seasons; with hints on the Science of Woodcraft. By Frank

Forester. No. IV. THE QUAIL,
IV. James NAYLER. By J. G. Whittier,
V. To RongE. By J. G. Whittier,
VI. PAPERS OF AN OLD DARTMOOR PRISONER. Edited by Nathaniel

Hawthorne,
VII. The HostiliTY OF ENGLAND TO AMERICA. In Four Sonnets.

By the Author of “The Yemassee,"
VIII. COMMERCIAL REFORM.—1st. Annual Report of the Secretary of

the Treasury of the United States, December, 1845 –R. J.
Walker. 2d. Annual Financial Statement of the Minister of

England, Sir Robert Peel,
IX. Horæ SicilianÆ. By Signor Salvatore Abbate E. Migliore,

X. Monthly FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL ARTICLE,
XI. New Books FOR THE Monti,
XII. MONTALY LITERARY BULLETIN,

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I. THE PROGRESS OF CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN THE UNITED

States. 1st, New Constitutions of Louisiana, New-Jersey,

and Missouri : 2d, Reform Movement in Maryland and Virginia, 243 II. Songs of LABOR. No. IV. The Ship-Builders. By J. G. Whittier,. 257 III. THE OLD ENGLISH PULPIT,

259 IV. THE OLD SCHOOL-HOUSE,

266 V. MARGINALIA ; embracing critical notices of Carlyle, Dr. Cheever, Mr. Street, Dr. Bush, &c. By Edgar A. Poe,

268 VI. REFLECTIONS ON THE “ BALANCE OF POWER;" Rise, Progress and Results,-Application to the New World, &c.,

273 VII. THE GAME OF NORTH AMERICA ; its nomenclature, habits, haunts,

and seasons; with hints on the Science of Woodcraft. By Frank
Forester. No. V. QUAIL-SHOOTING,

282 VIII. Jackson. By J. R. Orton, .

288 IX. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR, &c.; Topographical Bu

reau of Engineers, Military and Geographical Survey west of
the Mississippi, Survey of the Lakes, River and Harbor Improve-
ments, &c.,

289 X. The Captain's Story. By W. S. M.,

305 XI. Night. By D. W. C. Roberts,

311 XII. MONTHLY FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL ARTICLE ; State of the

Markets, Reduction of Duties, Sub-Treasury action, Increased
consumption of Cotton, Debts of the States from official reports,
Jan. 1846, &c.,

312 XIII. New BookS FOR THE Month,

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I. THE INDEPENDENT TREASURY.—1st. House Bill ; 2d. Report Sen

ate Finance Committee-Warehousing Bill-Mints in New York
and Charleston, S. C.

323 II. AdminisTRATION OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.—1st. Annual Report of the

Commissioners of Indian Affairs, transmitted with the President's
Message, 1st session 29th Congress. T. Barnard.

2d. Notes on the Iroquois; or, Contributions to the Statistics, Aboriginal History, Antiquities and General Ethnology of Western New-York. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. New-York: Bartlett & Welford. 1846.

333 III. CROMWELL AND HIS TIMES.—ist. The Letters and Speeches of Oli

ver Cromwell. By Thomas Carlyle. 2 vols. New-York : Wiley & Putnam.

2. History of the English Revolution of 1640. By F. Guizot,

Prime Minister of France. New-York : Appleton & Co. 336 IV. The Old English Pulpit—No. II.—Platonic Divines—Queen Anne's Divines-Sterne.

344 V. The Favorite. Translated from the German of Johanna Schopenhauer. By Nathaniel Greene.

353 VI. PAPERS OF AN OLD DARTMOOR PRISONER. Edited by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

- 360 VII. Hymn. By Hon. Caleb Cushing.

368 VIII. Rosas.-Struggle of the Republican against the Monarchical Principle in the Argentine Republic. By W. A. Flagg.

369 IX. CHINA AND ITS PROSPECTIVE TRADE,

- 382 X. MAN AND THE Earth. By Mary Orme.

- 388 XI. Monthly FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL ARTICLE.

389 XII. New Books FOR THE MONTH.

- 395 XIII. Political Statistics.—Census of New York by Counties, and the new Apportionment.

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