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however he may criticize, will generally end by Life of Benjamin Silliman, M. D., LL. D., Late Pro-' confessing that it is one of the most agreeable books

fessor of Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Geology in of its class. The genius both of the writer and of Yale College; chiefly from his Manuscript Remi- the subject of the biography, and the great events niscences, Diaries, and Correspondence. By George and great personages to which it introduces us, will P. Fisher, Professor in Yale College. 2 vols. pp. always make the volume a popular one. xvi., 407; ix., 408. New York: Charles Scribner & Co.

RELIGIOUS. Professor Silliman's career from his birth in 1779 ' Derotions of the Ages, or Collects, Terts, and Lyrics, to his death in 1864 is here minutely traced. Many

illustrative of the Christian Year, and of the Offices incidental notices are also given of the establish

and Ember Seasons of the Church. By Rev. N. G. ment and growth of his department of instruction

Allen. With an Introduction by the Rt. Rev. in Yale College. The materials used are chiefly

Thomas M. Clark, D. D., Bishop of Rhode Island. autobiographical sketches prepared by him at the

pp. xiv., 212. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & request of his family after his retirement froin the

Co. active duties of the college. copious diary which

In this neat little volume the compiler selects a he kept has also been freely drawn upon, together text from the Epistle for each Sunday and holy day with his extensive correspondence. The biography that should harmonize with the sentiment of the is, therefore, one in which the subject of it speaks respective collects. In order more surely to fix the for himself, the work of the editor consisting mainly special idea of the collect, a few lines of sacred in judiciously blending these materials together in poetry are added. Similar devotions illustrative of chronological order and sequence. It seems that the oflices and ember seasons are also appended. when Silliman was appointed professor of chemistry The Resurrection of the Dead considered in the Light at Yale, he had no knowledge of the science he was

of History, Philosophy, and Divine Revelation. By selected to teach, but was engaged in the legal pro Rev. Hiram Mattison, D. D. With an Introducfession. He came to Philadelphia to prepare him tion by Rev. Matthew Simpson. pp. 405. Philaself for his duties, because that city, as he says, delphia: Perkinpine & Higgins. "presented more advantages in science than any The author has not sought to prepare a strictly other city in our country," and in the narrative of theological treatise. His aim is to gather together his residence here we have accounts of many of the reasonings and arguments contained in the the celebrities of the city at that early period. writings of the learned, and present them in a form Memoirs of the Life of the Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley intelligible to readers even of moderate capacity.

Sheridan. By Thomas Moore. 2 vols. pp. viii., He seems to have succeeded in his object. His 307; iv., 335. New York: W. J. Widdleton. style is plain and clear, his method is orderly, and Everybody knows both the merits and demerits in his text and footnotes he cites freely the opinions of these Memoirs. Take it altogether, the reader, of eminent divines and scholars.

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pp. 113.

Catholic Anecdotes. Part Second. Explanations of emptying the “United States Digest" into his notes,

the Commandments. From the French. By Mrs. and has made them brief, pertinent, and pointed. J. Sadlier. pp. vii., 544. New York : D. & J. Sadlier & Co.

MEDICAL Various anecdotes gathered from divers sources Asiatic Cholera ; its Origin and Spread in Africa and are here collected together and classified under the

Europe; Introduction into America through Canada; ten commandments and six commandments of the

Remote and Proximate Causes, Symptoms, and PuChurch respectively. The collection is not only in thology; and the Various Moles of Treatment Anateresting, but in many respects curious.

lyzed. By R. Nelson, M. D. pp. xi., 206. New

York: William A. Townsend.

Dr. Nelson, as a health commissioner during the

first two invasions of 1832 and 1834, and as PresiA Treatise on the American Law of Landlord and dent of the Medical Board for the District of Mon.

Tenant, embracing the Statutory Provisions and treal, had abundant opportunity of acquiring in. Judicial Decisions of the sereral United States in formation and of making personal observations of reference thereto, with a Selection of Precedents. the fearful malady which foring the subject of his Fourth edition. By John N. Taylor. pp. xlv., volume. The remote causes, the symptoms, and the 739. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.

pathology of the disease are examined in detail, and The third edition of Mr. Taylor's work appeared, its itinerary in Canada minutely traced. We believe, in 1860, and we are not surprised that now another is called for. It is by far the best

CRITICAL. treatise on the subject that has yet appeared in this The Dean's English ; a Criticism on the Dean of Cancountry. It presents fully the American law, which terbury's Essays on the Queen's English. By G. it at the same time traces back to the English au Washington Moon. Fourth edition. pp. xlvi., thorities and sources, and thus for current purposes 180. New York: Alexander Strahan & Co. renders the purchase, by the practitioner, of the This fourth edition of Mr. Moon's book appeared English treatise unnecessary. In the present edi- in March of last year. It and the volume of Dean tion, besides correction and revision, the notes have Alford present as lively and instrnctive specimens • been largely expanded, some additions have been of criticism and counter-criticism as have recently made to the text, and the authorities have been appeared. Both volumes are issued by Straban & brought down to date. The articles relative to sum Co. in very neat style, and no one can read either mary proceedings on the part of the landlord to of them without being gratified as well as edified. recover possession of his premises, as well as those concerning forcible entry and detainer, have been

JUVENILE. rewritten and considerably enlarged, and a full set Black Stere, or the Strange Warning. By Martha of precedents of proceedings in each case has been Farquharson. pp. 83. added. The work is one which can be commended What to Do for the Little Folks. By E. L. Lewellyn. to the profession. Indeed the favor with which it has been received, and the extended use which it has acquired, are themselves its best commendation. Niff and his Dogs. pp. 84.

Dutch Tiles, or Loving Words about the Sariour. Commentaries on American Law. By James Kent.

By Emma S. Babcock. pp. 171. Eleventh edition. Edited by George F. Comstock.

These are all from the Presbyterian Publication 4 vols. Boston: Little, Brown & Co.

Committee, Philadelphia. Six years have passed since the appearance of the Sam Bolton's Cottage, or What Kept His Wife from tenth edition of the Commentaries. The seventh and the subsequent editions down to the tenth were

Church. pp. 198. edited by Judge William Kent, a son of the author;

The Little Doorkeeper. By Patience and Peace. and the tenth was edited by Messrs. McCurdy and Forman. This, the eleventh, has been prepared by

J. P. S. Kelly & Co., Philadelphia, have published ex-Judge Comstock, who has investigated the de- these volumes in a very appropriate style of manucisions and enactments which have been made sub- facture. sequent to the last edition, and added the results to the pre-existing notes, which have sometimes

FICTION been condensed or incorporated with the new matter, Josh Billings, His Sayings. With comic illustrawhile occasional inaccuracies have been corrected.

tions. pp. xii., 232. No change bas, however, been made in the text, or Beyminstre. By “The Silent Woman," etc. pp. 407. in the notes prepared by the commentator himself. Mr. Carleton, New York, issues both of these. In a few instances where the doctrine of the text Billings is a rival of Artemus Ward, and quite as seemed opposed to the existing rule on the same good--or as bad ; and “Beyininstre" is an English subject, the present editor has set forth the conflict- novel, by an author three of whose other works Mr. ing view in the notes, with appropriate references Carleton has in press. to the authorities. It is, of course, wholly super-Chandos. By “Quida.” pp. 678. Philadelphia : erogatory to say aught concerning the merits of such a work as “Kent's Commentaries.” Its world-wide

J. B. Lippincott & Co.

This is by the writer of “ Strathmore" and "Granreputation and the high authority it has attained with the bench and the bar, and with publicists,

ville de Vigve.” Idelia," by the same author, is

also in press. both in England and America, attest its general recognition as one of the most valuable contribu- The Maiden and Married Life of Mary Powell, aftertions made during the present century to legal lite wards Mistress Milton. pp. 271. New York: M. rature. It is the only rival of Sir William Black W. Dodd. stone's great work, and to an American student the We have here a beautifully printed edition of one is scarcely more valuable than the other. The this well-known autobiographical fiction. In the text of a production which has passed through so arrangement of its page, in the typography and many editions naturally gathers around it a plenti- printing, it is in the highest degree creditable to Mr. ful accretion of barnacle-like notes ; but we are Dodd, the publisher. He has printed one hundred glad to see that Judge Comstock has abstained from copies in superior style, on large paper,

pp. 231.

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88. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. neatest specimens of the handiwork of Welch,

Some of the poems written by the author dur- Bigelow & Co. The contents of the volume consist ing the war, such as “The Sleeping Sentinel” and of letters to various persons on public affairs. “Gettysburg," acquired a great deal of celebrity. Patriotic Eloquence: being Selections from One HunThese two poems, with others, fourteen in all, are dred Years of National Literature. Compiled for here collected in a volume, which the publishers the Use of Schools in Reading and Speaking, By bave issued in an extremely neat style. There is Mrs. C. M. Kirkland. pp. xii., 334. New York: a marked degree of merit in the verses.

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