BY CAREY, LEA & CAREY,
THE AMERICAN QUARTERLY REVIEW,
Contents.-- American Biography-Hassler's Trigonometry—Eu.
logies on Jefferson and Adams-Fossil Remains-Wars and Sports
of the Mongols and Romans-Doctrine of Contracts-Secret Jour-
nals of the Old Congress-Mrs. Hemans's Poems—Kent's Comment-
aries on American Law-French Revolution, by the author of Wa.
verley-English Fashionable Life-Symmes's Theory-Controversy
respecting the Greek frigates-Souvenirs.
Contents.--Cooper's Political Economy-American Drama
Epicurean Philosophy—Italian Music-American Biography—
Egyptian Hieroglyphics—Natural History-Australia-Political Sys-
tem of America—Segur's Memoirs—French Literature--Life of
Napoleon, by the author of Waverley.
Contents.—Theory of Ships-Historical Romance-Political Eco-
nomy-Law of Marriage and Divorce-Biography of Chatham-
Southern Africa-Barrington's Sketches of his own Times Ger-
man Literature-Constitutional Law-Florida-Negro Slavery-
British Colonial and Navigation System.
Contents. - Origin of the Homeric Poems-Mexico-Life of Ber-
nardin St. Pierre-Travels of Lieutenant De Roos—Gastronomy
of the Romans-Works of Chateaubriand-Early American Poetry
-Egyptian Chronology-Weights and Measures-Carter's Letters
Contents.-Atmospherical Phenomena-Hallam's Constitutional
History-Voyage to the Moon-Sparks's Life of Ledyard-Dana's
Poems-Gymnastics-German Literature-Irving's Life of Colum-
bus—The Greeks and Turks—Bausset's Napoleon-Russian Mis-
sion to China.
YES AND NO, A TALE OF THE DAY; by the AUTHOR
of MATILDA.-In one vol. 12mo.
SKETCHES OF PERSIA ; From the Journals of a TRAVEL-
LER IN THE EAST.-In one vol. 12mo.
“ It is truly a delightful book, endued with the interest of ro-
mance, and possessing all the value and attraction that could be
communicated to a journal of travels by an observer of the highest
rank and best qualifications. No other European writer has so au-
thentically and particularly described the domestic condition, per.
sonal character, and familiar life of the Persians; and no other re-
cent production of the British press has been so heartily and
generally commended in the reviews and magazines."-National
THE FRENCH COOK ; by LOUIS EUSTACHE UDE, Ci-de.
vant Cook to Louis XVIII, and the Earl of Sefton, and Steward to
his late Royal Highness, the Duke ot' York. First American, from
the eighth London edition. In one vol. 12mo.