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VOLUME V. JANUARY TO APRIL, 1852.
American War-Engines: Colt and Jennings. (Seven
Engravings) . . . . . . . . 83
Ariadne, the Story of-By Erastus W. EUsworth, .45
Annuaries: A Series of Poems.— By Alice Carey, . 87
Autumn Leaves.-—By John R. Thompson, . . . 188
Aztecs, At the Society Library. (Engraving.) 289
Army Private, A Word About The, . . .
Ashburner, Mr., in New-York.-By Frank Man-
hatian, Jr., . . . . . . . . 824
Author of the Fool of Quality, The, . . . . 460
Adventures of an Army Physician in New York, 496
Arts, The Fine.-Kaulbach's Last Works, 138.-The
Publication of the Works of Ingres, 133.—The Art-
Unions, 277.-An Artist Sycophant in Naples, 277.-
Kugler's History of Art, 277.—Copies of Ancient
Egyptian Sculptures, 277.—Drawings by Schiller,
277.-Kaulbach, 277.-Greenough, 267.–Kaulbach's
Cartoon of Homer, 424.-Gallait's Last Moments of
Egmont, 424-Monument to Metastasio, 424.-New
England Art-Union, Etching of Alston's "Witch of
Endor," 425,-Drawing of the American Art-Union,
425,- Philadelphia Art-Union, 425.
Authors and Books.-Henry Heine turned Christian,
124.--Dr. Schmidt on German Romanticism, 125,-
German version of Firdusi, 125.—Bulau's Secret
History of Enigmatical Men, 125.—Historical Con-
cert at Dresden, 125.-Leipzig Book Fair, 125.-His-
tory of Music, 125.-Works of Bach, 125.-Lachman,
the Philologist, 125.-German work on Jonathan Ed-
wards, 125.-Dr. Andree's Das Westland, 126.—The
Gotha Almanac, 126.-Fruits of Humboldt's Kosmos,
126.- Auerbach's Village Stories, 126.-Religious
Novel by Storch, 126.-Schneider's House Chroni-
clas, 126.-Mugge's new Book, 126-Wells's Middle
Kingdom in German, 126.-Geographica Italiæ, 126.
- German History of the British Empire in India,
126.-Reverence in Reviewing, 126.-Adolph Stahr,
126.-Countess Hahn-Hahn, 127.—Prince Windisch-
gratz's History of the Hungarian War, 127.-Men-
zel's new Novel, 127.-Miss Bremer on the World's
Fair, 127.-Frederick the Great, 127.-Kobl's last
Book of Travels, 127.--Shakspeare in Swedish, 127.-
New History of German Literature, 127.—Listz's new
Operas, 127.-Haddock's Somnalism and Psycheism,
127.-Gervinus on German Poetry. 127.-Silvio Pel-
lico, 127.-English Eclectic Magazine in Tuscany,
127.-Gioberti on the Regeneration of Italy. 128.
The Israel of the Alps, 128.-Christian Missions in
China, 129.–New work on Horticulture in Paris,
130.-Laurent's International Law, 180.- Alexander
Dumas, 180.-Prudhon's last Absurdities, 130.-M.
Lefranc on the French Revolution, 131.--The Wa-
verly Novels in France, 131.—The Photographic Al-
bum, 131.-Guizot's Moral Studies and Meditations,
131.-F. Arago, 131.-M. Ott, on Socialism, 181.-M.
Reybaud, 131.--Lord Brougham, 131.--- Hartzen-
busch's Spanish Authors, 131.--The Grenville Papers
and the new volumes of Lord Mahon's History
of England, 131.-Sir James Stephens's History of
France, 182.--Mr. Merrivale's History of the Ro-
mang, 132.—Memoirs of Dr. Chalmers, 132.-Alico
Carey's Clovernook, Grace Greenwood's new volume
of Tales and Letters, and Miss Cheesebro's Dream-
land by Daylight, 182.-Daniel Webster, Mr. Ban-
croft, and Mr. Irving, on the Life of Washington,
182.–Baucher's Horsemanship, 132.--Heroes and
Martyrs of the Missionary Enterprise, 182.-Gutz-
kow's Ritter Vom Geiste, 268.—Henry Taylor re-
viewed in the Grenaboten, 268.-Germany in the
Revolutionary Period of 1522, 268.—Reading Poems,
268.-German views of Carlyle's Life of Sterling,
268.--Curious German work on Shakspeare, by Vesbe,
269.—The Gothic Runic Alphabet, 269.-Fac Simile
of an Ancient copy of the Gospels, 269.-German His-
torical Monuments, 269.--Hagberg's Swedish version.
of Shakspeare, 269.–German version of Dunlap's
History of Fiction, 269.— The Vagabonds, by Holtei,
269.-New German Poems, 269.-Richers on Nature
and Spirit, 270.-German Domestic Legends, 270.-
Fecknor's Zend Avista, 270.- Rappert's Negroman-
cer Virgilius, 270.-- German Temperance Tales, 270.-
Nichl on Civil Society, 270.-Correspondence of Go-
ethe and Knebel, 270.–New Collection of Eastern
MSS. at Berlin, 270.-German versions of Longfellow,
Dr. Mayo, and Bunyan, 270.-Recent German His-
torical Literature, 271.-German Booksellers, 271,
- Wholesale system of acquiring Languages, 271.-
Adolf Stahr's Prussian Revolution, 271.-Schloisen-
ger's Wanderings through London, 271.-Arabic MS.
of Euclid, 271.-New work by Baron Eötvös, 271.-
Wagner's Journey to Persia, 271.-Continuation of
Humboldt's Kosmos, 271.-German work on Kos-
suth, 271.-Cheever's Sandwich Islands, in German,
271.-Silvio Pellico, 271.--Clemens Brentano, 271.-
New Books on Scandinavia, 272.-The Widow of
Weber, 272.-Professor Nuytz, 272.-Maria Monk in
Germany, 272.-Works of Kepler, 272.-Works Pro-
hibited in Russia, 272.--Liebeck, on Landscape Gar-
dening, 272.—Cotta's new edition of Faust, 272.-
Writings of Spalatin, 272.-Scientific Works from
China, 272.—Biot's Translation of an Ancient Chinese
History, 273.—The Library of Cardinal Mezzolanti,
278.--Michelet, 278.-Nicolas and Ritter, 278.--Works
of Paganini, 274.-Philarete Chasles on American
Literature, 274.-Lafuente's History of Spain, 274,-
New Paris edition of Fenimore Cooper, 274.--Guizot
on Shakspeare, 274. - Paris by a Hungarian, 274.-
Villegos, the Spanish Historian, 274.-Tranion on
Land Tenure, 274.-Lady Bulwer's New Novel, 274.
-New Works on French History, 275.--Count Jo-
seph de Maistre, 275.-Don Antonio Saco, on Cuba,
275.–New edition of Turner's Anglo Saxons, 275.-
John Howard Hinton on the Voluntary Principle in
America. 275.-New Discussions as to Junius, 275.-
Smith's Natural History of the Human Species, 276.
-Bonynge's Wealth of America, 276. - The Past and
its Legacies, by J. D. Nourse, 276.-Head's Bundle
of French Sticks, 276.-Legends of Alexander in the
East, 414.-Hofner, on Dresses of Christians, in the
Middle Ages, 414.-German Version of Popular Now
menclature of American Plants, 414.--German Works
on History, 414.-Count Von Hugel on India, 414.-
Von Rommer's Historical Pocket Book, 415.--Tho
Art Journal, 415.-Beeker's Roman Antiquities, 418.