By the Rt. Rev. Francis Patrick Kenrick, D.D., Bishop of Arath, and Coadjutor of the Bishop of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. James Kay, Jr. & Brother. Pittsburgh. John I. Kay Co. 12mo. pp. 359.

Rejoice with Trembling." A Discourse, delivered in Bowdoin St. Church, Boston, ou the Day of Annual Thanksgiving, Nov. 30th, 1837. By Hubbard Winslow. Boston. Perkins & Marvin.

Death and Heaven; A Sermon, preached at Newark, at the Interment of the Rev. Edward D. Griffin, D. D., Nov. 10th, 1837. By Gardiner Spring. New York. John S. Taylor. pp. 40.

The Bible and its Companion. A Sermon, preached in Christ Church, Manlius, at the Anniversary Meeting of the Bible and Common Prayer Book Society of the Central Part of the State of New York, on the 12th July, 1837. By John C. Rudd, D. D. Utica.

Academical Lectures on the Jewish Scriptures and Antiquities. By John Gorham Palfrey, D. D., Professor of Biblical Literature in the University of Cambridge. Vol. I. The last four Books of the Pentateuch. Boston. James Munroe & Co. New York. C. S. Francis. 8vo. pp. 511.

Considerations on the Case of the Poor in large Cities. A Discourse, delivered before the Boston Children's Friend Society, at their 4th Annual Meeting, in the Old South Church, Dec. 10th, 1837. By the Rev. John S. Stone, D. D. Published by Request of the Society. Boston. W. D. Ticknor. 8vo.


28. The Four Gospels, with Notes, chiefly Explanatory ; designed for Teachers in Sunday Schools, and Bible Classes, and as an Aid to Family Instruction. By H. J. Ripley. Vol. II. Containing Luke and John. Boston. Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln. 12mo. pp. 270.

Strictures on the Re Mr. Winslow's Thanksgiving Sermon. Boston. Whipple & Damrell. 8vo. pp. 28.

Baptism, considered in relation to its Mode and Subjects, in a Series of Discourses. By Archibald Burgess, Pastor of the Congregational Church in Hancock, (N. H.) Boston. Perkins & Marvin. 16mo. pp. 258.

The Voice of God in Calamity, or Reflections on the Loss of the Steamboat Home, Oct. 9th, 1837. A Sermon delivered in the Second Presbyterian Church, Charleston, on Sabbath Morning, Oct. 22, 1837. By the Rev. Thomas Smyth. Fourth Edition. Charleston. Jenkins & Hussey. 8vo. pp. 32.

Discourse in Commemoration of the Reformation. By S. S. Schmucker, D. D. New York. Gould & Newman. 18mo. pp. 131.

A Discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, Dec. 7th, 1837, in the Unitarian Church, Keene, (N. H.) By A. A. Livermore. Published by Request of the Society. Keene. John Prentiss. 8vo. pp. 19.

Lessons of the Past. A Sermon, on the Anniversary of Ordination, preached to the North Society, in Salem, (Mass.) Sunday, Nov. 19th, 1837. By John Brazer. Salem. Gazette Office. 8vo. pp. 22.

Letters to a Sister. A Practical Directory for Young Christian Females; being a Series of Letters from a Brother to a younger Sister. Designed principally for Sabbath School Teachers and their elder Pupils. By Harvey Newcomb. Boston. Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. pp. 284.

Speculum Gregis, or Parochial Minister's Assistant, altered from an English Publication. By a Country Clergyman. New York. Protestant Episcopal Press.

A Manual of Prayer, designed to assist young Christians in learning the Subjects and Modes of Devotion. Philadelphia. H. Perkins. 8vo. pp. 256.

Discourses, Argumentative and Devotional, on the Subject of the Jewish Religion. Delivered at the Synagogue Mikveh Israel, in Philadelphia, in the Years 5590 – 5597. By Isaac Leeser, Minister of the above Congregation. Vol. I. Philadelphia. Haswell & Flue,

A Sermon preached before the First Church and the Edwards Church, Northampton, on the late Fast, Sept. Ist, 1837. By John Mitchell, Pastor of the Edwards Church. Northampton. W. A. Hawley. 8vo. pp. 30.

Thoughts on the Importance of raising up a New Order of Missionaries. New York. Gould & Newmun. 12mo. pp. 180.

Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the First Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians. By Albert Barnes. New York. Wm. Robinson. Boston. Crocker & Brewster. 12mo. pp. 357.

Subordination to the Civil Authority, the Duty of Christians. A Sermon preached in Christ Church, Lockport, (N. Y.) Sunday, Jan. 7th, 1838. By the Rev. E. H. Cressy, A. M., Minister of Christ Church. Lockport. R. M. Lyon.

The Scape Goat; being a simple Exhibition of some of the leading Doctrines of the Bible ; illustrated by Jewish Ceremonies. By the Author of “The Brazen Serpent.” Boston. Mass. Sabbath School Union. 18mo. pp. 46.

A View of American Unitarian Missions, with Thoughts on the Missionary Cause, and the Interest of Unitarians in it. By A. C. Patterson. Boston. James Munroe & Co. 12mo. pp. 64.

The Law of Honor; a Discourse occasioned by the recent Duel in Washinglon, delivered March 4, 1838, in the Chapel of Harvard University, and in the West Church, Boston. By Henry Ware, Jr., Professor in the University. Cambridge. Folsom, Wells, & Thurston. 8vo. pp. 24.

VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. Embassy to the Eastern Coast of Cochin-China, Siam, and Muscat, in the U. S. Sloop of War Peacock, David Geisinger, Commander, during the Years 1832-3-4. By Edmund Roberts. New York, Harper & Brothers. 8vo. pp. 432.

Passages in Foreign Travel. By Isaac Appleton Jewett. Boston. Charles C. Little & James Brown. 2 vols.* 12mo. pp. 318 and 369. INDEX




North = A merican Revie W.


born in, 176 — voyage to, in 1011,

177 — probability of its early dis-
Abstraction, Sir Walter Scott's power covery, 190, 196 — authenticity of
of, 465.

the manuscripts respecting it, 193
Adums, Charles F., his Reflections poem by Pulci, cited respecting

on the Currency of the United the existence of, 245 – contempo-
States, noticed, 550.

raneous discoveries and settle.
Adams, John, authority for a pout- ments in, by the French and Eng-
ing room, in France, 107.

lish, 417 — the two great Indian
Addison, his religious papers, 350 — confederacies in, 418.

Steele cited respecting his style, American Almanac for 1838, 311.
356 – their friendship, 363 their American Institute of Instruction,
political differences, 364.

remarks on the, 557.
Advice, Steele’s remarks on giving, American Revolution, Documentary

History of, (Fourth Series,) by
Affectation, in the age of Queen Clarke and Force, reviewed, 475
Anne, 360.

contents of, 485.
Aguilar, Alonso de, his death, 238. Americans, character and institutions
Alderton, Point, thought to be Kross- of, a great staple of English litera-

ture, 107 —

their respect for law,
Alabama University, Woods's Vale- 120 — Grund cited respecting their
dictory Address there, 557.

literature, 123.
Algonquin Indians, remarks on them Amherst, Farmer's Historical Sketch
and their territory, 419.

of, noticed, 536.
Almanac, The American, for 1838, Angeio, Michel, the cartoons of, 91

- remarks on his works, 93 De
America, Antiquitates Americane, Quincy's remarks respecting, 97 –

reviewed, 161 — importance of the compared with Raphael, ib. — his
discovery of, 162 - Humboldt's treatment of him, 100.
work on, 164, 167 traditions Anne, Periodical Essays of the Age
respecting the early discovery of, of, and their design, 341, 343, 345
165 character of the people - state of society in her day, 312
making it, 168 — the time, 169 — - its profligacy, 343 — points of
Biarne’s voyage to, 172 voyage controversy, ib. — females, 344.
to, by Leif, ib. 178, 183 — by affectation, 360.
Thorwald, 174 important expe- Antiquitates Americana, reviewed,
dition to, in 1007, 175. Snorre, 161 — publication of the, 162
the first child of European descent, analysis of, 168 — remarks on the

aness, 174.


two documents commencing the Becker, Rupert, his History of the volume, 178 — history of the man- Reign of Ferdinand, 204, 205. uscript, 182 — remarks on the sec- Bedemar. See Vargas. ond part of the work, 187 — gene- Behemoth, remarks on the, 515. ral conclusions, 190 – authenticity Belknap, Jeremy, his History of New of the inanuscripts, 193 — value of Hampshire, 480. the, 203.

Benevolence of Sir Walter Scott, 455. Aragon, Prescott on the constitution Berkeley, his religious papers, 350.

of, 246, 251 — cortes of, 252 — Biarne, his voyage to America, in justiza of, 253.

986, 172. Argenson, the Marquis d', governor- Biography, interesting and popular, general of Canada, 414.

431. Ari the Wise, 171.

Bobadilla. See Beatrice. Austria, Napoleon's successes Boccaccio, his school, 327.

gainst, 388 – jealous of him, 398 Bologna, conduct of students there, -her abuse of Maria Louisa, ib. - in regard to the Pope, 404.

her oppression of Italy, 400, 406. Border Minstrelsy, published by Avalanches in Madeira and the Scott, 439 — its success, 440. Azores, 383.

Boston, Reports on supplying with Avangour, the Baron d', governor

pure water, 541. general of Canada, 415.

Botta, Charles, his History of the Azores, account of the, 368 - the American Revolution, 337 - his

want of good harbours there, 371 — inadequate reward, ib. effects produced there by changes Bouterwek, his History of Spanish in the mother country, ib. — inat- and Portuguese Literature, 256. tention to religious observances, Bowdich, Mr., his account of Ma372 – state of the peasantry there, deira, alluded to, 379. 373 Dr. Webster's discoveries Brown, J., his History and Present there, 375 — clays there, 378 – Condition of St. Domingo, noticed, volcanic origin of, considered, 379 292 — his graphic account of the floods and avalanches, 383.

manners and mode of life of the

outlaws, 294. B.

Brutes, Sir Walter Scott's kindness Balance of power, origin of the, 212.

Buccaneers, their mode of life in Ballantynes, school-fellows of Sir

Tortugas and St. Domingo, 294. Walter Scott, 436, 457 — publish

Bushnell, Horace, his Phi Beta Kapers of his works, 439 — their part- Byron, Lord, his description of the

pa Oration, noticed, 301. nership, 443. Bancroft, George, his History no

Dying Gladiator, 85 — effects of ticed, 493.

the publication of his Childe HarBank, the first, at Barcelona, 255.

old, 444. Bank of North America, 150.

C. Banks, remarks on, 146 — pamphlets

pertaining to, noticed, 450. Cabot, Sebastian, the discoverer of Barcelona, treaty of, 230 - early Newfoundland, 195.

commercial and financial regula. Cambacérès, archchancellor, his intions at, 255.

fluence over Maria Louisa, 390 Barnard, Daniel D., his Address at anecdote relating to, 391 note.

Rutgers College, noticed, 557. Canada, early history of, 409 — early Barton, Bernard, Lamb's letter to, 67. writings respecting, ib. - voyages Beatrice de Bobadilla, the compan- to, by Jacques Cartier, ib. — by

ion of Isabella, 260- Prescott cited Koberval, 410-hy Champlain, 411 respecting, 261.

- Jesuits settle in, ib. — their disBeaver skins, a circulating medium, sensions with Calvinists there, ib. 425 note.

the Company of New France

to, 459,


gour, 415

established, ib. — prerogatives re- with the treaty of Barcelona, 230 served to the king, 412 - Cham- - his projected expedition against plain, governor of, ib.

Naples, 232. ders to the British, 413 restored Charles the Twelfth, sketch of, 159. to the French; and Champlain re- Charlevoix, cited on the fur trade in appointed governor, ib. — Mont- Canada, 423, note. magny succeeds Champlain as gov- Childe Harold, effect of the publicaernor, ib.

religious institutions tion of the, 444. established in, ib. - new organiza- Chili, rise of land on the coast of, tion in, 414- the Marquis d’Ar- 380. genson, governor-general of, ib. - Christmas day, Lamb's letter on, 65. succeeded by the Baron d'Avan- Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Dillaway's

reinforcements sent edition of works by, reviewed, 20 to, from France, ib. — Frontenac his eloquence, 22 - his notion administers the government of, ib. of the Perfect Orator, 23 – elo- expeditions for discovery there, quence an art with, 28 - charac416 — population of, in 1683, 417 ieristics of it, 29 - his perorations, - Denonville, governor-general of, 30 — his orations against Verres, ib. — Frontenac reappointed, 420 31 — his patriotism and statesman- jurisprudence in, 421 — fur trade ship, 32 — state of Rome, in his in, 422 commerce and agricul- day, 34, 40- the dream of his life, ture there, 425 – currency in, ib. 35 account of his treatise De - importance of the colonial es- Republicâ, ib. — its singular distablishments there, in 1684, 426 covery, 38 — time of its publicastate of, in 1720, ib. — Indian wars tion, 39 — his philosophical writin, 427 – Governor Murray cited ings, 41 — their value, 42 — their respecting, in 1765, 429 — the

near approach to Christianity, 16 Quebec Act, 430 — the Constitu- letter to, by. Sulpicius, 47 - his tional Act, ib.

religious views, 48 — his reverence Carbonari, secret societies in Italy, for the soul, 49 — character of his

400 — their movements, 401, 402. greatness, 50 — his weaknesses, 52 Carignano, Charles Albert, prince - heroism and glory of bis last

of, king of Italy, remarks on, 403. Cartier, Jacques, his voyages to Clarke, Matthew St. Clair.

See Canada, 409 -- his arrival at Ho. Force. chelaga or Montreal, 410 — - takes Classic school, in Italy, founded, 327 possession of the country, ib.

- degradation of the, 328. Castile and Aragon, constitution of, Clinton, cited respecting the Iro2-16, 250.

quois, 418. Castilian literature, 256.

Cod, Cape, supposed to be the KeelCatholicism, in Canada, 411, 412, Cape, 174, 175. 413.

Coleridge, his intimacy with Lamb, Cerignola, battle of, 225.

60, 67, 69. Chaldee language, parts of the Old Columbus, Christopher, his title to

Testament written in the, 489. the glory of discovering America, Champlain, Samuel, his voyages to considered, 162 - effects of his Canada, 411 founds Quebec, ib. discovery, 194 — his knowledge of

- has difficulties with the Iroquois, the traditionary accounts respectib. — governor of Canada, 412 – ing the existence of a western surrenders to Kertk, 412, 413 - continent, 199 — Irving's and Presreappointed governor, ib. — death cott's accounts of, compared, 241 and character of, ib.

treatment of, by his sovereigns, Chancery, remarks on, 545.

242 - the inscription on his tomb, Charles Albert, hailed king of Italy, 244. 403.

Commerce, power of Congress to Charles Joseph. See Reichstadt. regulate, 130. Charles the Eighth, his connexion Composition, Sir Walter Scott's faVOL. XLVI. -N0. 99.


acts, ib.

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