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THE

NEW YORK REVIEW.

VOL.

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NEW YORK:

PUBLISHED BY ALEXANDER V. BLAKE,

54 GOLD STREET, CORNER OF FULTON.

1841.

LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIRORONI

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I. DEMOSTHENES, THE MAN, THE STATESMAN, AND THE

ORATOR.

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1. Demosthenes als Staatsbürger, Redner und

Schriffsteller. Von Albert GERARD Becker, Pastor

zu St. Aegidii in Quedlingburg. Erste Abtheilung

Literatur des Demosthenes.

Zweite Abtheilung. Nachträge und Fortsetzung

der Literatur vom J. 1830 bis zum Schlusse des J.1833.

2. Quæstionum Demosthenicarum Particula tertia.

De Litibus quas Demosthenes oravit ipse. Scripsit

ANTONIUS WESTERMANN, in Academia Lips. Prof. Ord.

Accedit epimetrum de repetitis locis in orationibus

Demosthenis.

3. A Dissertation on the Eloquence of the Ancients,

with an Appendix, by Lord Brougham, in Lord

Brougham's Speeches.

II. Plitt's REPORT ON THE Post-OFFICE.

Report of George Plitt, Special Agent of the Post-

Office Department, February 3, 1841.

III. LATIN LEXICOGRAPHY.—LEVERETT's Latin Lexicon. 91

1. A New and Copious Lexicon of the Latin Lan-

guage; compiled chiefly from the Magnum Totius

Latinitatis Lexicon of Facciolati and Forcellini, and

the German works of Scheller and Lünemann. Edited

by F. P. LEVERETT.

2. An Abridgment of Leverett's Latin Lexicon ;

particularly adapted to the Classics usually studied

preparatory to a Collegiate course.

By Francis

GARDNER, A. M.

3. An English-Latin Lexicon, prepared to accom-

pany Leverett's Latin-English Lexicon.

IV. THE PROFESSION OF LAW AT ROME BEFORE THE EM-

111

1. Histoire du Droit Romain.' Par Gustave Hugo.

2. Philological Museum, Vol.2, on the Roman Coloni.

V. OUR Navy.

139

Communication of the Secretary of the Navy,

June, 1841.

VI. TEN THOUSAND A YEAR.

159

Ten Thousand, a Year. A Novel. Originally pub-

lished in Blackwood's Magazine.

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VII. Rural Church Edifices.

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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

Revolution.

3. Texas in 1810; or, the Emigrant’s Guide to the

New Republic. By an Emigrant, late of the United

States.

IX. Case of THE SENECA Indians.

209

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.

225

Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas,

and Yucatan. By J. L. STEPHENS.

XI. LORD WELLESLEY's PRIMITIE ET RELIQUIÆ.

243

Primitiæ et Reliquiæ.

XII. CRITICAL Notices.

1. Stewart on the Diseases of Children.

249

2. Masterman Ready, or the Wreck of the Pacific, etc. 251

3. Liebig's Organic Chemistry.

252

4. Biography and Remains of Margaret Davidson.

255

5. Downing's Landscape Gardening.

256

6. Grant's Nestorians or Lost Tribes.

260

7. New York Historical Society Collections.

262

8. Dumas's Progress of Democracy.

263

9. Campbell's Life of Petrarch.

264

10. Reese's Plea for the Intemperate.

264

XIII. Notices of New Books.

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