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CONTENTS

FOR APRIL, 1850.

ART.

PAGE.

I. LAW REFORM IN MISSOURI,

II. THE MINES OF CALIFORNIA,

19

III. GEN. HAMMOND'S COMMENCEMENT ORATION,

37

IV. THE NAVIGATION LAWS,

48

V. RELATIONS OF ENGLAND AND SPAIN,

75

VI. Miles's PHILOSOPHIC THEOLOGY,

123

VII. THE CRYPTOGAMOUS ORIGIN OF FEVERS,

146

VIIL HUMBOLDT'S ASPECTS OF NATURE,

160

IX. Wallis's GLIMPSES OF SPAIN,

174

X. KENNEDY'S LIFE OF Wirt,

192

XI. CRITICAL NOTICES,

237

1. Dark Scenes of History. 2. Jones's Essays. 3. Annals of the Queens

of Spain. 4. Anthon's Ancient and Medieval Geography. 5. Fronte-

6. Literature and Literary Men. 7. Contributions to Physiology.

8. Riddle and Arnold's English-Latin Lexicon. 9. Addresses by Hon.

F. W. Pickens. 10. Ripley's War with Mexico. 11. Woman in Ame-

rica. 12. Mahomet and his Successors. 13. Furniss's Travels. 14. The

Monuments of Egypt. 15. Headley's Miscellanies. 16. The Unity of

the Race. 17. Southey’s Life and Correspondence. 18. Gen. Hammond's

Address before the South-Carolina Institute. 19. Invasion of the Terri-

tory of Alabama. 20. The Battle Summer. 21, American Prime Meri-

dian. 22. Congressional Speeches. 23. Address before the State South-

ern Convention of Mississippi. 24. New Novels. 25. People I have

met. 26. The Electoral Question. 27. The Early Conflicts of Chris-

tianity. 28. The Historical Records of South-Carolina. 29. The East.

30. Redburn. 31. Shakspeare-Boston Illustrated Edition. 32. The War

System. 33. Judge O'Neall's Address on Female Education. 34. Mrs.

Osgood's Poems. 35. DeBow's Essay, Introductory to the first Report

(Continued on third page of Cover.)

rons.

ERRATA.

The publishers respectfully plead the exceeding haste with which this number

has been prepared, to overtake time, as an apology for sundry typographical errors

which occur in one or two articles—the proofs of which were not read by their

respective authors. They do not intend hereafter to place themselves under the

necessity of making such unwelcome apologies. The following table will enable

the careful reader to free the text from its prominent errors.

ART. III.

Page 38, in the poetical extract, line 4, for hoping tide," read “ tossing tide.”

Same page, last line, for“ envious," read “curious,"

Page 41, line 13 from bottom, for “ inverting," read“ inventing.”

ART. X.

Page 192, line 13 from the bottom, for “first," read “just."
Page 200, line 5, for “character," read “ quality.”
Same page, line 9, from the bottom, for “ route," read“ outer."
Page 204, line 23, for “victory,read “ oratory.”

line 30, for “as to," read “which would."
- Page 207, line 25, for “ compelling," read“ submitting to.”
Page 209, line 7, from the bottom, for “northern," read “mother."
Page 211, line 10, for " manufactures," read “ exports."

Page 214, line 4, from the bottom, for Your future historian, (Wirt)," read
“ Your fortune, William, (Wirt).”

Page 229, line 20, for “our hands and souls," read “ his hands and soul.”
Page 233, line 7, for “ powerful,read“ graceful."
Same page, line 25, for " and finally,read and Wirt finally.”
Page 235, line 10, from the bottom, for him," read “his subject.”

Same page,

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