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P The Publisher of this Journal hopes that its patrons will pardon the suggestion, that it depends for support upon an aggregate of small receipts; and that, if the times are hard, they are much harder for those, who are obliged to meet quarterly payments to the amount of several thousands of dollars in a year, than for those who once in a year are called upon
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IV. DISCOVERY BEYOND The Rocky MOUNTAINS
1. Journal of an Exploring Tour beyond the
Rocky Mountains, under the Direction of the
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign
Missions, performed in the Years 1835, 1836, and
1837; containing a Description of the Geography,
Geology, Climate, and Productions, and the Num-
ber, Manners, and Customs of the Natives. With
a Map of Oregon Territory. By the Rev. Samu-
EL PARKER, A.M.
2. Narrative of a Journey across the Rocky
Mountains to the Columbia River, and a Visit to
the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &c. With a Scienti-
fic Appendix. By John K. TOWNSEND.