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on the Will. By Thomas C. Upham.


Outlines of Imperfect and Disordered
Mental Action. 18mo.
The Farmer's Instructer; consisting of
Essays, Practical Directions, and
Hints for the Management of the
Farm and the Garden. By Jesse
Buel, Esq. 2 vols. 18mo.

A Treatise on Agriculture; comprising a concise History of its Origin and Progress; the present Condition of the Art abroad and at Home, and the Theory and Practice of Husbandry. To which is added, a Dissertation on the Kitchen and Fruit Garden. By Gen. John Armstrong. With Notes by Jesse Buel. 18mo. American Husbandry; being a series of Essays, &c., designed for its Improvement, compiled principally from

The Cultivator" and "The Genesee Farmer," with Notes and Additions by Willis Gaylord and Luther Tucker, Editors of" The Cultivator," &c. 2 vols. 18mo. Engravings. Algic Researches; comprising Inquiries respecting the Mental Characteristics of the North American Indians. First Series. Indian Tales and Legends. By Henry Rowe Schoolcraft. 2 vols. 12mo.

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the Author. 2 vols. 8vo. Portrait. Cicero. The Orations translated by

Duncan, the Offices by Cockman, and the Cato and Lælius by Melmoth. 3 Vols. 18mo. Portrait.

How to Observe.-Morals and Manners. By Harriet Martineau. 12mo.

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Roxobel. By Mrs. Sherwood. 3 vols. Letters of J. Downing, Major, Down 18mo. Frank. By Miss Edgeworth. 12mo.

ingville Militia, Second Brigade, to his Old Friend Mr. Dwight, of the New-York Daily Advertiser. 18mo Engravings.

Rosamond; and other Stories. By
Miss Edgeworth. 12mo.

Harry and Lucy. By Miss Fdgeworth. 2 vols. 12mo.

The Parent's Assistant. By Miss
Edgeworth. 12mo.-90 cents.

Scenes in our Parish. By a "Country
Parson's" Daughter. 12mo.

England and America. A Comparison of the Social and Political State of both Nations. 8vo.

No Fiction: a Narrative founded on
Recent and Interesting Facts. By
the Rev. Andrew Reed, D D. New
Edition. 12mo.

Martha; a Memorial of an only and beloved Sister. By the Rev. Andrew Reed, Author of "No Fiction." 12mo.

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The Mechar.ic. By Rev. C. B. Tayler. Discourses and Addresses on Subjects 18mo. of American History, Arts, and LitThe District School. By J. O. Taylor. erature. By Gulian C. Verplanck. 12mo. 12mo

Letters to Ada. By the Rev. Dr. Pise. The Note-book of a Country Clergy18mo. man.


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Domestic Duties, or Instructions to
Young Married Ladies on the Man-
agement of their Households, and
the Regulation of their Conduct in
the various Relations and Duties of
Married Life. By Mrs. W. Parkes.
With Improvements.


Abundantly illustrated by Maps, Portraits, and other Engravings on steel, copper, and wood. Bound uniformly, but each work sold separately.

11. Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft. By Sir Walter Scott, Bart.—

Zion's Songster. Compiled by Rev.
Thomas Mason. 48mo.

12, 13. History of the Bible. By the Rev. G. R. Gleig.

The Cook's Oracle and Housekeeper's
Manual. Containing Receipts for
Cookery, and Directions for Carving.
With a Complete System of Cookery
for Catholic Families. By William
Kitchiner, M.D. 12mo.

14. Narrative of Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions. By Professors Leslie and Jameson, and Hug Murray, Esq.

Modern American Cookery. With a
List of Family Medical Receipts, and
a valuable Miscellany. By Miss P.
Smith. 16mo.

15. Life and Times of George the Fourth. By the Rev. George Croly.

16. Narrative of Discovery and Adventure in Africa. By Professor Jameson, and James Wilson and Hugh Murray, Esqrs.

17, 18, 19, 66, 67. Lives of the most eminent Painters and Sculptors. By Allan Cunningham, Esq.

20. History of Chivalry and the Crusades. By G. P. R. James, Esq.

21, 22. Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. By H. G. Bell, Esq.

23. A View of Ancient and Modern Egypt. By the Rev. M. Russell, LL.D.

24. History of Poland. By James
Fletcher, Esq.

25. Festivals, Games, and Amusements.
By Horatio Smith, Esq.
26. Life of Sir Isaac Newton. By Sir
David Brewster, K.B., &c.


27. Palestine, or the Holy Land. By &c., by Sir David Brewster and Jean the Rev. M. Russell, LLD.

Griscom, LL.D.

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45, 46. Indian Biography; or, an Historical Account of those Individuals who have been distinguished among the North American Natives as Orators, Warriors, Statesmen, and other remarkable Characters. By B. B. Thatcher, Esq. 47, 48, 49. Historical and Descriptive Account of British India. By Hugh Murray, Esq., James Wilson, Esq., R. K. Greville, LL.D., Whitelaw Ainslie, M.D., William Rhind, Esq., Professor Jameson, Professor Wallace, and Captain Clarence Dalrimple.

50. Letters on Natural Magic. By Dr. Brewster.

51. 52. History of Ireland. By W. C. Taylor, Esq.

53. Historical View of the Progress of Discovery on the Northern Coasts of North America. By P. F. Tytler, Esq.

54. The Travels and Researches of . Alexander Von Humboldt. By W. Macgillivray, A.M.

55. 56. Letters of Euler on Different Subjects of Natural Philosophy. Translated by Hunter. With Notes,

57. A Popular Guide to the Observatio of Nature. By R. Mudie.

58. The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings. By J. Abercrombie.

59. On the Improvement of Society by the Diffusion of Knowledge. By Thomas Dick, LL.D.

60. History of Charlemagne. By G. P. R. James, Esq.

61. Nubia and Abyssinia. By the Rov. M. Russell, LL.D

62, 63. Life of Oliver Cromwell. By the Rev. M. Russell, LL.D.

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71. The Principles of Physiology ap

plied to the Preservation of Health, and to the Improvement of Physical and Mental Education. By Andrew Combe, M.D.

72. Sacred History of the World. By S. Turner, F.S.A. Vol.2.

73. History and Present Condition of the Barbary States. By the Rev. M. Russell, LL.D.

74. The Natural History of Insects, Vol. 2.

By J,

75, 76. A Life of Washington. K. Paulding, Esq. 77. The Philosophy of Living. By Caleb Ticknor, A.M.

78. The Earth: its Physical Condition and most remarkable Phenomena. By W. M. Higgins.

79. A Compendious History of Italy. Translated by N. Greene.

80, 81. The Chinese. By John Francis Davis, F.R.S.

82. Historical Account of the Circumnavigation of the Globe, &c.

83. Celestial Scenery; or, the Wonders of the Planetary System displayed By Thomas Dick, LL.D.

84. Sacred History of the World. By S. Turner. F.S.A. Vol. 3.

85. Animal Mechanism and Physiology. By John H. Griscom, M.D. - 45


86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91. Universal History By the Hon. Alexander Fraser Tyt ler and Rev. E. Nares.


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11, 12. Virgil. The Eclogues transla-
ted by Wrangham, the Georgics by
Sotheby, and the Ereid by Dry len.

125. Life of De Witt Clinton.
James Renwick, LL.D.


126, 127. Life of Commodore Oliver H.
Perry. By Lieut. A. Slidell Macken-

128. Life and Adventures of Bruce, the
African Traveller. By Major Sir
Francis B. Head.

129. Lives of John Jay and Alexander
Hamilton. By James Renwick.

130. The Martyrs of Science; or, the
Lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe, and
Kepler. By Sir David Brewster,
K.H. 18mo.

131. An Historical and Descriptive Ac-
count of Iceland, Greenland, and the
Faroe Islands. 18mo. Maps and

132. Manners and Customs of the Jap
anese, in the Nineteenth Century.
From the Accounts of recent Dutch
Residents in Japan, and from the
German Work of DR. PH. FR. Von
Siebold. 18mo.

133. History of Connecticut. By The-
odore Dwight, Jr. 18mo. 45 cents.
134, 135. Ruins of Ancient Cities; with
General and Particular Accounts of
their Rise, Fall, and present Condi-
tion, By Charles Bucke. 2 vols


With Portraits on steel. Bound uniformly, but each work sold separately.

R. Potter, M.A,

Nos. 1, 2. Xenophon. (Anabasis, | 13. Eschylus. Translated by the Rev.
translated by Edward Spelman, Esq.,
Cyropædia, by the Hon. M. A. Coop-

14. Sophocles. Translated by Thomas
Francklin, D.D.

8, 4. The Orations of Demosthenes.
Translated by Thomas Leland, D.D.

15, 16, 17. Euripides. Translated by
the Rev. R. Potter, M.A.

Translated by William

5. Sallust.
Rose, M.A.

6, 7. Cæsar. Translated by William

18. 19. Horace. Translated by Philip
Francis, D.D. With an Appendix,
containing Translations of various
Odes, &c., by Ben Jonson, Cowley,
Milton, Dryden, &c. And
Phædrus. With the Appendix of Gu
dius. Translated by Christopher
Smart, A.M.

8, 9, 10. Cicero. The Orations trans-
lated by Duncan, the Offices by Cock-
man, and the Cato and Lælius by


20, 21. Ovid. Translated by Dryden,
Pope, Congreve, Addison, and others.
22, 23. Thucydides. Translated by
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