1. Political Economy Of Intemperance, . 5
By Johv A. fioLLli, Esq. Boston, Man.
II. The Principle Of Slavery, .... 20
By Lthar H. Atwatzb, Tutor in Yale College. The true Principle of Slavery, together with the present
attitude and relations of the subject to the people of this
III. Temperance Reform, 46
By Walter Chahtiko, M. D. Boston, Maas.
The Origin, Nature, Principles and Prospects of the
IV. Robert Hall, 67
By Rev. Gaoaox SnsrAED, Hallowell, Maine.
The Works of the'Rev. Robert Hall.
V. Mental Philosophy, 98
By Clement Lono, Professor in the Western Reserve College.
Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers and the In-
vestigation of Truth. By John Abercrombie.
The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings. By J. Aber-
VI. Writings Of Washington, 120
The Writings of Ge irge Washington; being his Corres-
pondence, Addresses, M» .ssajes, and other papers, official
and private, selected and [j jt».'«hed from the original manu-
scripts; with a Life of the Author, notes and illustrations.
By Jared Sparks. Vols. II. and III.