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INDEX TO VOL. I.
of, (by Rev. Charles W. Upham,) with an Clark, late Willis Gaylord, Remains of, 112.
Clay, Mr., The Texas Question, (Prof.
Barrett, Miss, review of, (E. A. Duykinck,)
race Greely,) 221— Auspices of its com-
mencement, ib —Position of the two
Parties, 222—Opening of the Session,
Birds and Audubon, (Charles Winterfield,)
Non-Districted Members, 223—States
that joined in this violence, 224-Attack
upon the Tariff, 226— Twenty-First Rule,
Re-enactment of, 227-Repeal of the
same, ib.-Postage Reform, 228—Indem-
nity for French Spoliations, ib.-Annex-
Willoughby,” Hazlitt's “ Table Talk,"
Hunt's Library of Commerce, 110–Life
and Eloquence of Rev. Sylvester Larned,
Elements of Logic, ib.—Literary Re-
mains of the late Willis Gaylord Clarke,
and Festivals, 401–Marriage, ib. — The Doing Nothing with Much Ado, (Nosme-
Chaunt of Life and other Poems, 216. (D. P. Noyes,) 183.
Rise and Progress of the Faction, its
entalism, ib.-Mr. Alcott ;. Extracts Last Chief Executive, the, 331–Harris-
quence of, notice of, 111.
burg Convention in 1839, 332—Mr. Ty.
ler at the Convention, ib.—Mr. Tyler
Propagation of New Systems; Coteries,
Clay set aside, ib.—Mr. Tyler's grief, ib.
The Essay on History, 239—Illusion,
night, ib.—General Harrison nominated,
ib.—John Tyler proposed, ib.—Mr. Ty-
ib.–Subject, or the One, 212–Conclu-
Harrison, 334–Mr. Tyler's Whig Ad.
dress to the People, ib.—Mr. Tyler's
message indicating a change, ib.-Mr.
Tyler's abandonment of the Whig Party,
tleman in 1845, (note), 337-Mr. Tyler's
corrupt patronage, 339—Mr. Tyler's
Laws of Menu, (James S. Whelpley), 510
Leila, George Sand's, review of, 624.
Lighthouse System, our, (H. J. Raymond),
scientific men needed in the establish-
(J. T. Headley,) 151.
-Polyzonal lenses, ib.-French light at
rausch, notice of, 655.
Literature, Old Northern, (Hon. George P.
Literary Prospects of 1845, (E. A. Duyck-
notice of, 111.
Manufactures, American, Infancy of, 49–
General Jackson, 10—his Administra-
Health, by G Amariah Brigham, wholesale removals from office, ib.-
War upon the United States Bank, 12–
secret influence of Martin Van Buren, 13
14-Sketch of Mr. Van Buren, ib.
of Local Banks, ib.-Speculations, ib.—
17–Election of General Harrison, ib.-
Democracy of the Day, 18.
Post-Office Reform, 199-grievances of the
old Post-Office system in England with
the abuses entailed, 200—Rowland Hill's
system, 202—actual expense of transpor-
from the new system in England, 205–
same system demanded for this country,
ib.-Postage to be charged by weight,
field,) 202—European Progress of he abolition of Franking privilege, 209–
Local Post-Offices, ib.-(Note.)
Rangers, My First Day with the, a sketch
of Texas Frontier Life, (Charles Win-
Records of the Heart, by Mrs. Sarah Lewis,
notice of, 655,
case of Emerson, 140,
upon Mrs. Child's Letters, 60—School-
craft's Oneota, 90—Simm's Life of Ma-
rion, 104–Alison's History of Europe,
151-Goethe's character of Egmont, 183
-Emerson's Essays, 233—Thiers' Revo-
lution, 341-Thiers' Consulate and Em-
pire, 455—Vestiges of the Natural History
of Creation, 325—George Sand's Lelia,
617-Gesta Romanorum, 651.
Road Song of Earth's Traveler, Poetry,
(by J. S. Babcock,) 362.
Single Speech Poets, (A. W. Jones,) 258.
Smith, Life of, literary notice of, 654. Thiers' Consulate and Empire, vol. I., re-
Thiers' French Revolution, review of, (J.
Thoughts on Reading, (Henry Norman
Trading Spirit, influence of the, upon the
social and moral life of America, (Rev.
Fulton, 22–First Steamboat launched on Travels, Random Recollections of, 83.
and Holland Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation,
review of, (Prof. Tayler Lewis,) 525.
Waltoniana, (Charles Lanman,) 384.
Who shall lead the Nation ? a Poem, (-
Woodville, Ellen, notice of, 112.
Words, an Essay, (E. P. Whipple,) 178.