VII. Rural Church Edifices.
Temples, Ancient and Modern; or Notes on Church
Architecture. By W. BARDWELL.
VIII. Texas: its Rise, PROGRESS, AND Prospects.
1. The Rise, Progress, and Prospects of the Re-
public of Texas. By William KENNEDY, Esq.
2. Texas and the Texans ; or, the Advance of the
Anglo-Americans to the Southwest ; including a His-
tory of Leading Events in Mexico, from the conquest
by Fernando Cortes to the Termination of the Texan
3. Texas in 1810; or, the Emigrant’s Guide to the
New Republic. By an Emigrant, late of the United
IX. Case of THE SENECA Indians.
1. The Case of the Seneca Indians in the State of
New York, illustrated by facts.
2. Appeal to the Christian Community, on the Con-
dition of the New York Indians, in Answer to a book
entitled, “The Case of the New York Indians," and
other publications of the Society of Friends. By NA-
THANIEL T. STRONG, a Chief of the Seneca Tribe.
3. Treaties between the United States of America
and the several Indian Tribes, from 1778 to 1837.
4. Chief Justice Marshall's Decisions in the Su-
preme Court of the United States, bearing on Indian
Titles, on Resumption of Grants under imputation of
Fraud, and Limit of Executive Discretion.'
X. STEPHENS's CENTRAL AMERICA.
Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas,
and Yucatan. By J. L. STEPHENS.
XI. LORD WELLESLEY's PRIMITIE ET RELIQUIÆ.
Primitiæ et Reliquiæ.
XII. CRITICAL Notices.
1. Stewart on the Diseases of Children.
2. Masterman Ready, or the Wreck of the Pacific, etc. 251
3. Liebig's Organic Chemistry.
4. Biography and Remains of Margaret Davidson.
5. Downing's Landscape Gardening.
6. Grant's Nestorians or Lost Tribes.
7. New York Historical Society Collections.
8. Dumas's Progress of Democracy.
9. Campbell's Life of Petrarch.
10. Reese's Plea for the Intemperate.
XIII. Notices of New Books.