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... he imparted to all his literary efforts a character which would reflect honor upon
riper years , and more practised pens . We would invite the reader , who has
preserved the past volumes of this periodical , to test the justice of these
It was announced , briefly , in the last number of this Magazine , that there would
be presented , in the present volume , a series of papers , from the private journal
of a distinguished professional gentleman of New - York , long since deceased ...
... will be mutually produced ; ' and Dr. Rush , in the first volume of his “ Medical
Observations and Inquiries , ' takes notice of this remark of Dr. Blane's , and
confirms it , by a reference to the experience of our own country , during the late
In two volumes . Pp . 456. Philadelphia : E. L. CAREY AND A. Hart . PARAGUAY
is less known to the English and American reader , than any other part of the
world , into which European civilization has been introduced . At the same time ,
These volumes , by Mr. SIMMS , contain several tales , after the German school ,
and are well worth perusal . Carl Werner ' and ' Conrade Weickhoff ' please us
better than the rest , though we doubt not that with some , the tales founded on ...
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Previous review noting missing pages 380 and 381 is not correct. There are not duplicated scanned pages and I found both missing pages to be intact and included.
pp. 380 and 381, in the middle of "Mocha Dick," are missing. pp. 377 and then 376 appear to have been scanned twice instead