Page images
PDF

This Work will be published on the first of March, June, September, and December.— Each No. will consist of about Two Hundred And Fifty PAGES. Terms, five dollars per annum.

CONTENTS OF No. I.

A»T. Pag i.

I. American Biography, --.-.... i

An American Biographical and Historical Dictionary, &c.

By William Allen, A. M.

A Biographical Dictionary, containing a Brief Account of

the First Settlers, and other Eminent Characters in New-Eng-

land. By John Eliot, D. D.

Biography of the Signers of the Declaration of Indepen-

dence. By John Sanderson.

II. Trigonometry, ----------- 38

Elements of Analytic Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical.

By F. R. Hassler, F. A. P. S.

III. Eulogies On Jefferson And Adams, - - - - 54

A Selection of Eulogies, pronounced in the several States,

in honour of those illustrious Patriots and Statesmen, John

Adams and Thomas Jefferson.

IV. Fossil Remains, ---------- 78

Historical Researches on the Wars and Sports of the Mongls

and Romans; in which Elephants and wild Beasts were em-

ployed or slain: and the remarkable local agreement of

History with the Remains of such Animals found in Europe
and Siberia. By John Ranking.

V. Doctrine Of Contracts, -- 106

An Essay on the Doctrine of Contracts; being an Inquiry

how Contracts are affected, in Law and Morals, by Conceal-
ment, Error, or inadequate Price. By Gulian C. Verplanck.

VI. Secret Journals Of The Old Congress, - - 129 Secret Journals of the Acts and Proceedings of Congress,

from the first Meeting thereof, to the Dissolution of the Con-.federation, by the adoption of the Constitution of the United

States.

VII. Mrs. Heman's Poems, 153

Poems. By Mrs. 11. mans.

VIII. Kent On American Law, 162

Commentaries on American Law. By James Kent. Vol. I.

IX. French Revolution, 189

The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, with a Preliminary View

of the French Revolution. By the Author of Waverley.

[graphic]

AST. PlOE

I. Political Economy, 300

Lectures on the Elements of Political Economy. By Thomas

Cooper, M. D. President of the South Carolina College, and

Professor of Chemistry and Political Economy.

II. American Dbama, 331

The Father of an Only Child, a Comedy. By William

Dunlap.

Marmion, a Drama, in five acts. By J. N. Barker, Esq.

Superstition, a Tragedy. By the same.

III. Epicurean Philosophy, 357

The Nature of Things, a Didactic Poem, translated from the

Latin of Titus Lucretius Carus, and Illustrated with Notes.

By John Mason Good.

IV. Italian Music, 371

An Essay upon the History of Music in Italy, from the ear-

liest times to the present day. By Count Gregory OrlofT,

Senator of the Russian Empire.

V. American Biography, 401

Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Indepen-

dence, 9 vols.

VI. Egyptian Hieroglyphics, 438

Precis du Systime Hieroglyphique des Anciens Egyptiens,

ou Recherches sur les Elemens de cette Ecriture Sacree, &c.
Par M. Champollion lc Jeune.

VII. Natural History, 45S

Exposition des Principes fbndamentaux de la Zoologie.

Par M. le Chevalier de la Marck.

Nature; Article dans le xxiii. tome du Dictionnaire d'His-

toire Naturclle. Par le Chevalier de la Marck.

VIII. Australia, 473

Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts

of Australia, performed between the years 1818 and 1822. By

Capt. Philip P. King, R. N. F. R. S. F. fc. S. &c. .

IX. Political System Of America, 494

America: or a General Survey of the Political Situation of

the Several Powers of the Western Continent, with Conjec-

tures on their Future Prospects. By a Citizen of the United

States, Author of Europe, &c.

X. Segur's Memoirs, 521

Memoirs, Recollections, and Anecdotes. By the Count de

Sejrur, Member of the French Academy, and Peer of France.•

« PreviousContinue »