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A Geography of New Hampshire, with a Sketch of its Natural History, for Schools. By Cranmore Wallace. Boston. Carter &


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The following heads of chapters will give a general idea of the nature of this volume;

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2. On the Ancient Monuments of the Western Country.

3. On the Route of Ferdinand de Soto in Florida.


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Russel Jarvis vs. Duff Greene, addressed to the Public. Boston. Putnam & Hunt. 8vo. pp. 32.

The Letters of Columbus; originally published in the Boston Bulletin; to which are added two Letters of Colonel Orne to General Duff Greene. Boston. Putnam & Hunt. Svo. pp. 82.

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Autobiography of an almost Septuagenarian with Remarks on the Opinions and Manners of the Age. Boston. Putnam & Hunt. 12mo. pp. 178.

An Introductory Lecture, delivered before the Lexington Mechanics' Institution, June 20, 1829. By Rev. Benjamin O. Peers. 8vo.

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The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish; a Tale. By the Author of "The Pioneers," &c. In two volumes. Philadelphia. Carey, Lea, & Carey. 12mo.

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A Poem delivered before the Porter Rhetorical Society in the Theological Seminary, Andover. By Richard H. Dana. Boston. Perkins & Marvin. 8vo.

The Drowsiad. By a Dozer. Charleston. W. Riley. 12mo. Quebec, The Harp, and other Poems. By W. F. Hawley. Montreal. 18mo. pp. 172.


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An Address pronounced on the Anniversary of the Concord Lyceum, November 4, 1829. By Cornelius C. Felton. Cambridge. Hilliard & Brown.

The Speech of Henry Clay, delivered at the Public Dinner at Fowler's Garden, near Lexington, Kentucky, on the 16th of May, 1829; accompanied with Introductory Remarks. By a Citizen of Virginia. Richmond. T. W. White, 8vo. pp. 34.

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A Sermon preached in Boston before the Pastoral Association of Massachusetts. By John H. Church. Boston. Perkins & Marvin. A Sermon delivered at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Church, in Worcester, August 20, 1829. By Aaron Bancroft, D. D. Worcester. Griffin & Morrill. 8vo.

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A Sermon on Paul at Athens. By the Rev. Andrew Bigelow. 8vo.

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A Selection of the most Celebrated Sermons of M. Luther and J. Calvin. To which is prefixed a Biographical History of their Lives. New York. R. Bentley. 12mo. pp. 200.

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Eight Sermons addressed to Children, on the Duty of Obedience to Parents, and on the Lord's Prayer. By the late Rev. Cornelius R. Duffie, A. M. New York. T. & J. Swords. 18mo. pp. 150.

The Essential Doctrines of the Gospel; a Sermon. By. J. H. Fairchild. Boston. Pierce & Williams. 8vo. pp. 40.

An Essay on the Invalidity of Presbyterian Ordination. By John Ester Cooke, M. D. Lexington. 8vo. pp. 216.

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Consolation in Death, à Sermon, preached on Monday, September 7th, at the Funeral of the Rev. M. Bruen, A. M. By Samuel Cox, D. D. New York. D. Fanshaw.

A Sermon occasioned by the Death of the Rev. M. Bruen, preached in the Bleecker St. Church, New York. By Thomas H. Skinner. New York. J. Seymour.

A Discourse on the Sins of the Tongue. By Alexander Young. Second Edition. Boston. L. C. Bowles.

The Monotessaron; or The Gospel History according the Four Evangelists. By the Rev. John S. Thompson. Baltimore. 8vo. pp. 408.

Advice to a Young Christian on the Importance of Aiming at an elevated Standard of Piety. By a Village Pastor. New York. G. & C. & H. Carvill. 18mo. pp. 209.

Essays and Dissertations in Biblical Literature. By a Society of Clergymen. Vol. 1. New York. G. & C. & H. Carvill. 8vo.

Review of Mr Beckwith's Dissuasive; from the American Baptist Magazine for October, 1829. Boston. Lincoln & Edmands.

Charges, and Extracts of Charges, on Moral and Religious Subjects. By the Hon. Jacob Rush. Lenox. John G. Stanley. 18mo. Pp. 166.

A Sermon delivered before the Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians and Others in North America. November 5th, 1829. By B. B. Wisner. Boston. Putnam & Hunt.

Principles of Congregationalism. The Second Century Lecture of the First Church. By Charles Wentworth Upham, jun. Salem. Foote & Brown. 8vo. pp. 22.

An Inquiry into the Nature of Sin as exhibited in Dr Dwight's Theology, a Letter to a Friend. By Clericus. New Haven. H. Howe. Remarks on Prayer Meetings. Republished from the Episcopal Register. Philadelphia. William Stavely. 12mo. pp. 88.


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