1. Journal of the American Institute, a Monthly Publication,
devoted to the Interests of Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures,
and the Arts; accompanied with public documents, sketches of
natural history, and, occasionally, philosophical and literary essays.
Edited by a Committee, members of the Institute. Vol. Í. New
2. The New England Farmer and Gardener's Journal; contain-
ing essays, original and selected, relating to agriculture and domestic
economy, with the prices of country produce. By Thomas G.
Fessenden. Boston, 1837.
3. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, in a Course of Lectures
for the Board of Agriculture. By Sir Humphrey Davy, LL. D.
II. Miss SedGWICK.
The Poor Rich Man and the Rich Poor Man. By the author of
“Hope Leslie,” &c. New York, 1836.
III. CHATEAUBRIAND'S SKETCHES.
Sketches of English Literature ; with considerations on the spirit
of the times, men, and revolutions. By the Viscount de Chateau-
briand. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1836.
IV. IRVING's ASTORIA.
Astoria; or, Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond the Rocky moun-
tains. By Washington Irving. 2 vols. 12mo. Philadelphia, 1836.
V. MEMOIRS OF AARON BURR.
Memoirs of Aaron Burr, with Miscellaneous Selections from his
Correspondence. By Matthew L. Davis. In two volumes. Vol. I.
New York, 1836.
VI. VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY.
Recherche Anatomique et Physiologique sur la structure intime
des Animaux et des Végetaux, et sur leur motilité. Par Dr. Dutro-
chet, à Paris.