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Walter and Nellie ; or, The Shadow of the Rock. By shall believe that good sense has fled the isle. The
the author of " Daisy Downs,” “Rosy's Fourth of vulgarism of thus cracking up sentences into brokenJuly," &c. Five illustrations. 16mo. pp. 293. winded parcels is inexcusable in Mr. Meredith. He
The above named books are well adapted for has within him the resources of too much inherent Sunday-school libraries. The stories are full of pliability and strength to render a resort to such interest, and contain a good moral.
literary stage effects necessary in his case, and we Daily Walk with Wise Men; or, Religious Exercises trust he will come to the conclusion, in his future
for Every Day in the Year. Selected, arranged, works, that our good old mother English, as we have and specially adapted. By Rev. Nelson Head been wont to speak, and write, and print it, is ade12mo. pp. xx.—782. New York: Harper & Bros. quate to all the purposes of fiction, and stands in
The authors from whose writings this work has no need of artifices of style so shallow and tricky. been compiled lived and wrote either prior to, or during the seventeenth century. The work is not
EDUCATIONAL. sectarian, but is intended for the use of all classes Chrestomathie Française. A French Reading Book ; of Christians. Among the writers here quoted are Containing: I. Selections from the best French Chrysostom, Augustine, Taylor, Baxter, Howe, Da writers, with references to the author's French venant, Reynolds, Flavel, Calvin, Dr. Bates, Leigh Grammar. II. The Masterpieces of Molière, Raton, and many others of equal ability and piety. cine, Boileau, and Voltaire. With Explanatory The author has succeeded in exhibiting every as Notes, Biographical Notices, and a Vocabulary. pect of Christian life, and at the same time to render By William J. Knapp, A.M., Professor of Modern the book acceptable to youth as well as to age. Languages and Literature in Madison University. Alice Barlow; or, Principle in Everything. A Vil 12mo. pp. 480. New York: Harper & Brothers.
lage History. Six Illustrations. 16mo. pp. 268. The distinguished publishers of this volume, in Philadelphia : Presbyterian Publication Com- addition to their many other enterprises, contemmittee.
plate issuing a series of Text Books for the study A capital book for girls, and a pretty gift for of the Modern Languages. The present work is one youth of both sexes.
of that series designed to meet the growing demands of this branch of literary culture in our
colleges and seminaries of learning. The selections FICTION
contained in the first part, consisting of Fables, Pique: A Novel. Boston : Loring. 1863. pp. 416. History, Poetry, Memoirs, Epistolary Correspon
The interest of this story was enough to insure dence, Dialogue, and Oratory, are characterized by our continued perusal of it until we reached its the purity end. We anticipate for it a general popularity, and whom the selections have been made. In the se
style belonging to the authors from have no doubt that it will be especially attrac-cond part the reader is furnished with the most tive to female readers. It will be suggestive to all perfect specimens of French composition.
The of them, and may be corrective to some. It is a vocabulary will be found very useful, especially in minute narrative of the wayward experiences of the the translation of idioms, a feature which will renheart, in matters of affection, love, and marriage. der the work especially useful to students. This It belongs rather •to the reflective and subjective volume inaugurates a series which cannot fail to than to the sensational and muscular department of meet with an extensive demand. fiction, and is characterized by a reasonable conformity to actual life, and by a pervading healthfulness of tone. Perhaps in its unfolding of the plot
QUESTIONS OF THE DAY. there is too much prolixity. Four hundred solid Does the Bible Sanction American Slavery? By pages are a large space to occupy in working up ac Goldwin Smith. Cambridge: Sever & Francis. cessories and details, when the mere facts could be 1863. pp. 107. told in less than half a dozen. But we are not dis This is another contribution to the prolific subject posed to be censorious of a work so free from the of slavery. The author is Professor of History at objectionable traits of many of our recent spasmodic Oxford, and he has in other works vindicated his novels, and where the moral of the story is so un- reputation as a learned and forcible writer. His exceptionable and improving.
pamphlet should by no means be disregarded by The Ring of Amasis. From the Papers of a German those who are studying the question. He admits
Physician. By Robert Bulwer Lytton. New York: that “the Old Testament distinctly recognizes Harper & Brothers. 1863. pp. 301.
slavery as a Hebrew institution," and that “the Whoever is fond of the wild, weird-like, mysteri- New Testament speaks of slavery in several pasous, and terrible may here sup full upon such sages, and does not condemn it." His argument is strangeness and horror. There is a great deal of that, notwithstanding these admissions, we are, for power and penetration displayed in the composition divers reasons which he enumerates, not justified in of the work, for the author, under the name of Owen drawing “the conclusion that slavery is a divine Meredith, has won a reputation for himself. But institution, established by God for all time.” we are constrained to say that, in our judgment, the general plan and execution of the story are vicious.
MISCELLANEOUS. It is an attempt, not only to work up the element Reminiscences of Amherst College, Historical, Scienof terror from a psychological standpoint, as grossly tific, Biographical, and Autobiographical ; Also, of as in the Radcliff novels and the Bandit books it is other and wider Life Experiences. With four plates worked up from a sensuous standpoint, but it adopts and a Geological map. By Edward Hitchcock. as its vehicle of thought the jerky, intermittently 12mo. pp. 412. With Portrait and a full Index. explosive style of the French volcanic school. Take, Northampton, Mass. : Bridgeman & Childs. for instance, such writing as this :
ing a riod of thirty-eight years the Rev. Dr. “ He shrank back.
Hitchcock has been prominently and honorably “ The hand of Felix had disappeared.
connected with Amherst College, twenty-eight years Again it rose,
as Professor, and ten as President. Throughout “ And disappeared again.”
that long period he was never prevented from girIf young England is going to naturalize such ing his assigned course of instruction, either by sentence-making as this among her novelists, we , sickness or absence. He was personally acquainted
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with all the instructors, trustees, and other persons of an excellent list of educational works, among who have ever been officially connected with the which are the Pinney series of French Grammars College, With these facilities the author has been and Readers, and Lossing's School Histories. In enabled to give to the work an interest beyond a their miscellaneous stock we find popular producmere historical outline of the Institution. The tions by Abbott, Lossing, Olmstead, and Parton. contents are classified under the following heads: They also supply cabinet organs and melodeons, of 1. Biographical Notices ; II. Statistical History; which descriptive and illustrated catalogues will be III. History of the Cabinets, Laboratory, and Library; furnished upon application to them. IV. Financial History ; V. History of Temperance New publications by Frederick Leypoldt, 1323 Chestin the College ; VI. Religious History ; VII. Scen nut Street, Philadelphia. October, 1863. pp. 14. ery and Geology; VIII. Personal History. This Mr. Ley poldt's admirable taste is shown even in last named section is an autobiography interspersed the getting up of his catalogue, which is an attracwith anecdotes illustrating the most interesting tive specimen of typography. He deals largely in portions of the learned author's career. The work French and German works, both as seller and imis well gotten up, and merits a more extended sale porter. His own publications comprise “The Ice than books of this class generally meet with. Maiden,” “Life of Chopin,” “Mendelssohn's Let
ters," "The Jobsiad,” Heine's works, a Foreign CATALOGUES.
Library, consisting of select works of fiction; a new Catalogue of Choice English Books and Standard series of standard educational works, &c. He has in
American Publications. To be sold at auction on preparation, among other things, an edition of Schil. November 3d, 4th, and 5th, 1863, by Bangs, Mer- ler's complete works, with careful revisions and new vin & Co., New York, Nos. 594 and 596 Broadway. translations, and Photograph Albums of Dore's
famous illustrations of “The Wandering Jew ;" of These books are from the stock of W. T. Berry & Chateaubriand's “Atala,” and of Perrault's “SleepCo., Nashville, Tenn. We presume they are put ing Beauty in the Wood.” He has already pubthus upon the market in consequence of the effects lished the illustrations of Dante's “Inferno,” by the of the war upon business in that section of the same artist. country. Berry & Co. are well known as larger Moore & Nims, Troy, New York, furnish a list of dealers in fine and expensive books than perhaps their books, maps, and globes, including Wood's any other house in the Southwest. It is an admir- “ Botany,” Camp's “Geography,” Webster's “ Dicable collection of choice editions in all departments tionaries,” Mitchell's “Outline Map” and “Physical of literature, bound mostly in morocco, calf, half- Map.” They also, by arrangement with the manumorocco, and half-calf. Gentlemen who are furnish- facturers, supply the Franklin and Joslin Globes, 6, ing libraries will do well to give attention to the 10, 12, 16, and 30 inches in diameter. The Globes list, as the entire assortment is of a class not often can be safely packed and shipped by railroad or found together in auction rooms. Orders of pur- steamer to any part of the United States. chase will be filled by the auctioneers.
A List of Books published by Messrs. Ticknor & The parcel sale of books by Mr. Cooley, of New Fields, 135 Washington Street, Boston. SeptemYork, advertised in our present number, should also ber, 1863. pp. 21. receive the attention of the trade. It will commence The stock of this house, as is well known, comon Tuesday morning, December 1, at the Trade Sale prises some of the choicest portions of our domesRooms, No. 498 Broadway. Mr. Cooley also holds tic literature. The taste and energy of the firm regular evening sales throughout the winter season.
seem inexhaustible, and they are increasing their His accounts and remittances are always prompt. extended list by rapidly publishing and preparing Catalogue of Publications of Mason Brothers, Nos. 5 large and valuable additions thereto. The beautiand 7 Mercer Street, New York. October, 1863. ful “ Blue and Gold” series has, according to the
catalogue before us, reached thirty-five volumes, This firm, as is well known, is extensively en- and the new and attractive “cabinet edition” of the gaged in the publication of musical works. In that poets, so recently commenced, already extends to department they have but few if any rivals among seven volumes, consisting of Longfellow, Tennyson, our other book publishers. Accordingly we find in Whittier, and Holmes. The collection and republitheir catalogue about sixty titles, embracing a large cation of the De Quincey papers was such an adenumeration of general and special psalmody, in- venturous and successful achievement, that we cluding collections of Anthems and Choruses, Glee trust the publishers will be encouraged to work Books, and Singers for academies and seminaries, up the department of select German translations school exhibitions, concerts, &c. These publica- which has been so auspiciously inaugurated by the tions, by their thoroughness, variety, and merit, Richter volumes. It is a mine of literary wealth have done much to educate the musical taste of which, if developed in a bold spirit, would doubtour people. Mason Brothers are also the proprietors less yield rich products to the reader and publisher.
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