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FEBRUARY & MAY, 1830.
THE NEW YORK
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CONTENTS OF No. IX.
VII. THE WEPT OF WISH-TON-Wish,
The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish. A Tale: By the Author of the
“Pioneers,” “ Prairie,” &c.
VIII. THE ANATOMY OF DRUNKENNESS,
The Anatomy of Drunkenness. By Robert McNish, Member of
the Faculty of Piysicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.
Nole.-In page 78, lines 26, 27, read, “ by hitting Orlando's horse (which the
toire, le Consulat, l'Empire et la Restoration.
Eloquence of the United States. Compiled by E. B. Williston.
1. An American Dictionary of the English Language, &c. To which ,
are prefixed, an Introductory Dissertation on the Origin, History and
Connection of the Languages of Western Asia and of Europe, and a con.
cise Grammar of the English Language. By Noah Webster, L. L. D.
2. Grammaire Arabe à l'usage de l'école speciale des langues Orien-
tales vivantes, avec figures. Par A. J. Silvestre de Sacy.
V. BENTHAM's JUDICIAL EVIDENCE,
Rationale of Judicial Fvidence specially applied to English Practice.
From the Manuscripts of Jeremy Bentham, Esq. Bencher of Lincoln's.
VI. HEBER'S LIFE OF JEREMY TAYLOR,
The Life of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor, D. D. Lord Bishop of
Down, Connor and Dromore; with a critical examination of his Wri-
tings. By the Right Rev. Reginald Heber, D. D. Late Lord Bishop
VII. LORD BYRON'S CHARACTER AND WRITINGS,
Letters and Journals of Lord Byron, with Notices of his Life. By