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PAGE. 2. Lives of eminent British Lawyers. By HENRY RosCOE, Esq. 2 vols. Carey & Hart: Philadelphia. 1843.
3. The Lawyer, his character and rule of holy life. By
EDWARD O'Brien. Carey & Hart: Philadelphia. 1843. VI. GERMAN NOVELISTS,
428 1. The Jew. Translated from the German of SPINDLER. New-York. 1844.
2. The Beggar Girl of Pont des Arts. By WILHELM
HAUFF. New-York. 1844.
street. 1 vol. 12mo.-pp. 379. VIII. SYSTEM OF COMMON SCHOOLS,
1. First and Second Annual Reports of the Council of Municipality Number Two of the City of New-Orleans, on the condition of its Public Schools. New-Orleans : 1843-4.
2. An Address, delivered at the request of the Directors of Public Schools of the Second Municipality of New-OrJeans, on the 22d day of February, 1843, by THEODORE H. McCALEB, Judge of the District Court of the U. States for Louisiana. New-Orleans : 1843.
3. Rules and Regulations for the Organization and Government of the Public Schools of the Municipality Number One of the City of New Orleans. Printed at the Bee Office. 1843.
4. Seventh Annual Report of Horace Mann, the Secretary of the Board of Education in Massachusetts. Boston : 1844.
5. Annual Report of the Superintendant of Public In
struction in the State of Michigan. 1842–3. IX. ANNEXATION OF TEXAS,
483 1. The Message of the President of the United States to the Senate, with
2. The accompanying documents relative to the Treaty for the Annexation of Texas to the United States.
3. The Speeches of Messrs. Woodbury and Walker, in the Senate of the United States, on the Ratification of the
Treaty for the Annexation of Texas. 1844. X. CRITICAL NOTICES,
521 1. The History of Rome,
Page. 2. Democratic Review for September, 1844,
524 3. A New Spirit of the Age,
524" 4. Rise and Progress of the Mormon Faith and People, 525 5. Natural History of the Caucasian and Negro Races, 525 6. Historical Sketch of the New Jerusalem in the United States,
525 7. The Triumphs of Time,
526 8. Translations of the Society of Scientific and Literary Chiffonniers,
526 9. Alida ; or Town and Country,
527 10. The Mysteries of the Heaths,
527 11. Life in the New World,
SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW.
Art. 1.-1. Histoire de la Republique Romaine. Par M. Mi
CHELET, Membre de l'Institut; Professeur de l'Histoire au Collége Royal de France; Chef de la Section Historique aux Archives du Royaume. Bruxelles : Meline, Caus et
Compagnie. 1840. 2. Introduction à l'Histoire Universelle. Par M. MICHELET,
Membre de l'Institut, etc., etc. Bruxelles : Meline, Caus et Compagnie. 1840. .
We have long designed noticing these productions of one of the most eminent among the recent historical writers of France. The former, though purporting to be a history, is in reality an essay, notwithstanding M. Michelet expressly disavows this :—but it is an excellent, and, in many respects, very original essay on the Roman Republic. The latter is a concise exposition of the author's Philosophy of History; and is of a character singularly profound, comprehensive and imposing. We are far from assenting to all its positions, nor are we blind to its defects, but it is the safest and most judicious introduction to the study of Universal History, which has hitherto been written.
After having so long deferred our meditated notice of these works, we regret that we shall not, even now, be able to bestow upon them that minute and exclusive attention,
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