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NO. XXIII.

December, 1865. I. Authenticity of Ossian's Poems.

VI. Lord Palmerston. II. Daniel Webster and His Influence,

VII. Museums and Botanical Gardens. III. The Symbolism of the Eddas.

VIII. The President's Message. IV. Character and Destiny of the Negro. IX. Notices and Criticisms. V. Epidemics and their Causes.

NO. XXIV.

March, 1866. I. Galileo and His Discoveries.

V. The President's Veto-Rights of ConII. Australia, its Progress and Destiny,

qnered. III. International Courtesy-Mr. Bancroft's VI. Loosing and his Works. Oration.

VII. Pain and Anæsthetics. IV. Sydney Smith and His Associates.

VIII. British Rule in Ireland.

IX. Notices and Criticisms,

I. Socrates and His Philosophy.
II. The Saturnian System.
III. Heine and his Works.
IV. Why the Opera fails in New York.
V. Buddhism and its Influence.

NO. XXV.
June, 1866.
VI. The South American Republics and

the Monroe Doctrine.
VII. The Greek Tragic Drame-Sophocles.
VIII. Partisan Reconstruction,

IX. Notices and Criticisms.

NO. XXVI.

September, 1868. 1. The Ju'ins Cæsir of Napoleon III.

V. Our Colleges and our Churchmen.
II. The Philosophy of Death,

VI. Irish law and Lawyers.
III. Arabian Civilization, and What We Owe VII. Sample of Modern Philosophy.
It.

VIII. The National Convention and its Work. IV. Newton and bis Discoveries.

IX. Notices and Criticisms.

NO. XXVII.

December, 1866. 1. Physiolngy and the Lessons it Teaches. VI. Hungary, her Literature and her Pros II. Cuba, ils Resources and Destiny.

pects. III. Robert Boyle ; his influence on Science VII. Indecent Publications. and Liberal Ideas

VIII. Education in Congress.
IV. Food and its Preparation,

IX. Notices and Criticisms.
XO. XXVIII.

March, 1867. 1. Alfieri, bis Life, Writings and Influence. VI. Negro Rule in Hayti and the lessons it II. Oliver Cromwell, his Character and Gov.

Teaches, ernment.

VJI. The Sun and its Distance from the Fartb. III, The Temporal Power of the Pope.

VIII. Insurance, Good, Bad, and Indifferent. IV. Chatterton and h's Works,

IX, Notices and Criticisms. V. Poisons and l'oisoners.

NO, XXIX.

June, 1867. I. The Ancient Phænicians, and their Civili. VI. Fichte and his Philosophy. lization,

VII. What the Politicians make of our Postal II. Ornithology of North America,

System. III, Origin of Alphabetic Writing.

VIII. Euler and his Discoveries, IV. Virgil and his new Translator.

IX. Notices and Criticisms. Release of Jefferson Davis vs. Military Do.

mination.

NO. XXX.

September, 1867. 1. The Jews and their persecutions.

VI. Assassination and Lawlessness in the JI, Have the Lower Animals Souls or Reason?

United States. III. Winckelmann and Ancient Art.

VII. The Jesuils in North America and Else JV. Daute and his new Translator.

where. V. What has Bacon Originated or Discovered ? VIII. The Civil Service in the United States.

IX. Notices and Criticisms.

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December, 1869. 1. Hindoo Mythology and its Influence.

V. Robin Hood and his Times. II. Hugo and Saint-Beuve.

VI. Our Millionaires and their Influence, JII. The Greek Church.

VII. Wr. Gladstone and the Heroic Ages. IV. Woman's Rights Viewed Physiologically VIII. Eclipses and their Phenomena. and Historically.

IX. Notices and Criticisms.

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