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Nan. Plight of ft Tartar Tribe Hyatom of lk?
Heaven* aa Revealed by tba Ttlwrufi Maiara
Superatition. Coleridge and Opium Rating twm
parance Movement. On War. Tba La* Lay a af Im
manuol Kant.
IX. B88AY8 OH TIIK PORTS AMD OTHRB
ENGLISH WRITERS. I vol. Wmo 74 aaata
' Content*. ? Th? Poetry of WorAawarth Foray
Byaahe Shelley. John Koala. Utlrar OnUamHk
Alexander Pope. William Godwia. Joba taalar
William Haalitt. Walter Savage Laador
X and XI. HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL RA
SA Y8. 2 rola lAmo. $1 M.
Contents. ? Philonophv of Roman Hlatory The
Baaene* Philosophy of flerodotaa. Plato'a Repab
He. Homer and the Homaridaa. Cieero. Dtyla.
Rhetoric. Secret Societiea.
XII AUTOBIOGRAPHIC SKETCHES I ral.
lAmo. 76 conta.
Contents. ? The Affliction of Childhood. Dream
Kchoe* on theae Infant Experiencea. Dream Kchor*
a""" Years Lator. Introduction to tba Wnrld of
i. Infant Literature. The Parnate Infldol I
am Introduced to the Warfare of a Public School I
Enter the World. The Nation of London. Dublin.
Firat Robellion in Ireland. French Invaaion of Ira
land, and Second Rehollion. Travelling My Broth
er. Premature Manhood. (Thia volume takea Ike
place in thia Seriea of "Life and Mannera." It la a
reproduction of that volume, with additional matter,
aod ia printed from Mr. Da Quincoy * own ravimoa |
Entirely new Volunus, nearly ready :
XIII and XIV. B88AYS on Philoaophteal Wrt
ten and other M on of Lot tera S vola. Iflrao. fl .M
Contents.?Hamilton. Mackintoah. Kant Rich
tar. Leaaing. Horder. Bontloy. Parr.
XV. LETTER TO A YOUNG MAN, and othar
Paper*. 1 vol. Iftmo. 75 cinta.
Content* - Letter*. Greek Tragedy. Converaa
tion. Language. French and Bngliab Mannera
California aod the Gold Mania Pre*once of Mind
Jan. S.
DAILY NATIONAL ERA.
G. BAILEY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
VOL. I. WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY, FEBRUARY ti, 1854. NO. 31.
cLKvmnuv
unman literature of the i?th century.
Now Edition.
1^ C. A J BIUDLK. No. fl South Fifth street,
I J* Philadelphia, have recently published a now,
?terwl/iw edition of
EmgluA Literature of the Nineteenth Century,
On tho plan of lb* author's ?* Coni]iendium of English
l.iUirtlurv, and supplementary to it. Designed for
eoll>-ge? ami advanced clause* in schools as wet an
Ibr private rvadiuir By Charles b. Cleveland.
The " Com |?nd turn of Kn^lixh Literature," by Prof
Cleveland. comprises biographical sketches and no
tactions the writing* or Knglish authors, from
the fourteenth to the eighteenth century, chronologi
cally arranged ; together with copious Notes, explan
atory, illustrative, Ac. The volume now advertised,
which la arranged on the same plan as the " Com
pendia m.' comprise* in ita list of authors such as
fioariahed in the eighteenth century, but dud in tbu
present; together with those strictly of the nine
teenth century, whether living or dead.
Tha present edition of ' English Litorature of the
Wlaeteeath Century " oontains biographical sketches
and selection* from the writings of one hundred and
?la authors, Ae natuea of twenly-seven of whom did
ao| appear in the table of contents of the former edi
tion , together with many improvements throughout
tbe x ?lume.
Prof. C.'a two volumes of Knglish Literature are
now extensively used as text-books in colleges, acad
emic* and the higher class of seminaries, throughout
the Taited Htttes. Tbe following opinion^ relative
to "English Litoraturo of the Nineteenth Century,"
are selected from a large number equally commenda
tory of the work:
h'ium Prttf'. CMHHurrf A. GoodrieJt, D. /)., of Yale
Colirgr.
" I consider Prof. Cleveland's 1 Rnglish Literature
of lh? Nineteenth Century ' an appropriate M*|uel to
hla 'Compendium.' The author bin shown tho same
Inst and delicate appreciation of literary excellence
In this, a# in the former volume; autl, us it reaches
down to our times, it will b* still more interesting to
a large portion of the public, and especially to the
young Few persons can understand what an amount
of reading, thought, nice discrimination, and labori
mm set den sal ion of knowledge, are requisite to the
prudactioa af such a work ; and just in proportion as
men toil more extensively in this fluid, will be the
aatimale tbay will put upon thia result of tho author'!
labora"
From Cintrgr U. Rmfrnon, E*j., of Boston.
" I have examined your ' Engllah Literature of the
Jfiaataenth Century," and I Ilka it exceedingly It
ia extremely well and fairly done. The biographioal
??tieas are Jut and discriminating; and, wnilo they
am loag eaough to gratify the curiosity we have to
knaw aomething of an author, they are so'spirited as
lo awakes a desire to know more. The selections
are admirable. I have adopted the work as a text
to jk for my fret claaa, every individual of which ia
now preparing, under its guidance, to give a fuller
a?NUt of the writings of some on* choson author."
From Krv B. P. Aj/drtait, D. D., of Cincinnati.
" 1 have esamiaad with much care, and still great
er plcsaure, and I trust, n it a littlo profit, your
? English Literature of tbe Nineteenth Century/ ?
* Ft is. I believe, the nckrwt eoilerlion of gem* in
mmr lumgrnngt. There 1a nothing in it I would omit,
aad yet It ia not too large for pttptdar use. Consid
inig the vary brief Habits to which you were obliged
to coaftae yourself. I am surprised at thefullnau and
richness or your biographical details. Your most
dtAcalt aad delicate task, however, was tho critical
jadgmeat te he psaaed upt n each author; and hore
I think van have baaa very happy?discriminating
aad Jest, and yet kind. * * But 1 would feel that
whatever I have said about the volume, however
tm, eaght to be considered aa af little worth, could
I not add?aa I ebeerfelly da?? etro .g testimony to
scs high moral tone and oainaatly Christian spirit.
The geaeral reader cannot fail ta be latarostcd, the
ataiial profited the erholar delighted, aad the man
af piety pleased, with roar' English Literature of the
Nineteenth Car tarv '
Far aale hy the paHtaWa, at Philadelphia; by C.
M Bast-m, New York. PhiUipa. Ham,-on. A Co,
B eaten, Cashing* A Bailey, Baltimore; John B.
Bieel. New Orleans, H W I>erbv, Cineianati Jew
?IIA Co . Cleveland . and by booksellers generally.
Jaa ) SdSw
MRU MMI IV tlV. JA< OM ABBOTT.
- bollo am m ATuurna
BKAI'TII I I.LY Blaatratad with original deeigns.
By Jacob AbKoti
" Buhn oa the Atlaatic " is the fret book of a se
ries te be poMisbed under Ike general title of Hollo s
Twar la B a rope
Extract from the Piatace
' The beak* are iat?*adcd to he hooks of instrnc
tisa, rather than of mere amusement . and. in peru
einf them, the rsndar may M ??eared that all Ibe in
fcrmetlna whtah (hay contain, not only ia respect to
the aaaatnaa vteHsd. and to the customs, usages, and
ss idea af Me thai are dtnerlhed, bat also ia regard to
the gsasral character of the iaetdvaU ami adventures
that the yeaag trareBees meat with, is in most strict
ai rsrdam i with h?t The mala deeign ol the narra
tire Is thas the eammanieaUea of aseful knowle.lge;
nstd sisrjlhlstg whkik they contain, excopt wkat ia
atrtrtly pesaasiai. in relative to the actora ia the story,
?aay he <ijisnd?d apon as aaaetly aad *.-rupulou<iy
Ira*' " PaMiahed by
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Jan T?4
PK08PKCTU8 UP TIIK PROHIBITIONIST. ,
" If any State dooms the retail and internal traffic
in ardent spirits injurious to iU oitiseus, and calou
tated to produce idleness, vioe, or debauchery, I sco
nothing in the Constitution of the United States to
prevent it from regulating or restraining the traffic,
or from prohibiting it altogether, if it thinks proper."
Chief Justice Taney.
ON or before the 1st of Junuarv, 1854, the Execu
tive Committee of the New York State Tempfcr
ranco Society will issue the first number of a Month
ly Temperance Journal, under the title of " The Pun
HIBITIOH1ST."
Ira State.?It will bo printed on a double medium
sheet, making eight quarto pages, of four columns to
a page; and, excluding advertisements, each number
will contain an amount of reading inattor equal at
least to that furnishod by our larger-shed daily jour
nals, or to that of an ordinary duodecimo volume of
150 pagos.
Its Objbot.?To udvocato the Cause of Tempor
anoo generally, and especially the Legislative Prohibi
tion of the Traffic in Intoxicating Beverages, to pre
pare the minds of the musses for such Prohibition, by
showing Its expediency and Necessity, and to secure,
by all the influence it may legitimately exert, the
vigorous enforcement of Prohibitory Laws when ob
tained.
Its Field.?Dealing with genoral principles, with
arguments alike applicable to every community whero
the traffic exists and with facts illustrative of theso
arguments and principles, the paper will be National
in its spirit, in its scope, in its purpose, aud, wo trust,
it will be National in its circulation and influcucc.
Such is our aim und expectation. We desira to see
the Principle of Prohibition established in State ufter
State, till it becoinos the recognised policy of the Na
tion. It is our ambition to bear a part in this great
work, and to this ond The Pkoiiibitionist is estab
lished, not as the organ of a socioty tnorely, but of a
Great Reformatory Movement.
Ira Necessity.?The existing Tomperanoo Jour
nals have little, if any, circulation outside oftho Tem
perance Ranks. Their price almost necessarily re
stricts them to the friends of tho cause. The' Pro
hibitionist is designed for circulation (instead of
tracts) among the indifferent and tho hostile. For
this purpose it is put at a jlrico so low as to enablo
tho friends of Temporanco in every school district, by
oombinod action and at an inconsidorablo expense,
to place a copy in each family that will consent to re
caivc it.
Its Prick.?One copy for one year - - $0 50
Throe, to one address, one year 1 00
Seven do. do. - - 2 00
And for each additional four copieB, $1.00 will bo
added, for any quantity less than fifty copies.
For fifty copies to one address - - $ 11 00
For 100 do. do. - - - 20 00
No subscription roceived for less than one year,
and in every case tho order must bo accompanied by
tho money.
The paper will be undor the gonernl direction of
the Executive Committeo, who have roceived ample
assurances of literary aid from not a few of the ablest
and most eminent writers in tho temperanco ranks
throughout tho Union.
Th^work will be stereotyped, and back numbers
can be supplied to new subscribers at any time during
the year.
All orders should be addressed to O. Soovill, Pub
lishing^Lgent, Albany.
Communications for tho papor, or in relation to tho
interests of the cause generally, should be diroctod to
Win. H. Burleigh, Corresponding Secretary.
In behalf of the New \ork State Temperanco So
ciety : EDWARD C. DBLAVAN, President.
E.reciUiv# Commit tee.?Henry Mandeville, Rouben
H. Walworth, John O. Cole, I. N. Wyckoff, William
Richardson, Edgar B. Day, Hermon Camp, B. P.
Staats, Oliver Scovill.
HP" The Committeo request all editors in tho Uni
ted States to give the above ono insertion in their
columns. To all who aomply with this request, we
will send tho Prohibitionist for ono year, without an
oxchango, unless they choose to add to our obligation
by sending their papers also, which would, of oourse,
be most thankfully received. Jan. 2?dtf
THE NEW YORK MUSICAL REVIEW
AMD
CHORAL ADVOCATE
IS the cheapest and beat Musical Paper in the
world. Thia Journal, which has heretofore boen
publiahed monthly, commences its fifth year in Jan
uary next, and thenoeforward it will be published
every two weeka?on every other Thursday; thereby
giving more than twice as inuoh matter, without any
tneroaae in price. Kach number oontaina sixteen
quarto pages, four of which are new muaio, consist
ing of glees, hymn tunes, chants, anthems, dedication
and holyday pieces, and, in short, every variety of
music adapted to purposes of religious worship, to
pablio occasions, and to tho home circle; all of which
will be of a practical character, and such as can bu
sung by persons of ordinary muaical attainments. In
the editorial department of the Review aro engaged
(in addition to Mr Cady, the formor editor) gentle
men of the highest talent and ripest musical experi
ence, among whom aro Oeorge P. Root, William B.
Bradbury, Thomas Hastings, and Lowell Mason;
and its ctrele of correspondence, home and foreign,
is cotnploto. The Review will also bo a regular me
diuiu for tho announcement of new musioal publica
tions by all ths leading publishing houses in the
Union. The subscription list of this paper is now
larger than that of any similar journal in tho world,
and tho new arrangements, rendering it the cheapest
M well as (it ia hoped) the moat valuablo musical
paper ever published, must largely increase its al
ready unparalleled circulation.
Turn* ?One dollar per annum, or six copies for
tve dollars, always in advance.
(ET Tho music alone in a volume would coat over
Cve dollars in tho usual form. Beside this, there will
We an immense amount of musical news, essaya,crit
icism, instruction, Ac., all for only one dollar! Ev
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8 9 10 11
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19 20 21 22
26 27 28 29
3 4 5 6
10 11 12 1.1
17 18 19 20
24 25 26 27
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11 12 13 14
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26 26 27 28
2 3 4 5
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28 29
4 5
11 12
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25 26
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22 23
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27 28
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ELEVENTH VOLUMK OF
THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST,
THI LEADING
Weekly Agricultural Pop*.r of the Country.
THpK AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST, a weekly
JL eriodical of nulcun large quarto pages, making
Siw of thi? UIS? "a83* ol' D8arl* 'louUo the
t wrist 1 l?" vo,ulaul!l 01 lho Agricul.
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Correct and valuable Market Reports.
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ofth^bM^l Tr'dn0fd,)llarM' ,<y illformi"K them
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tor the united support of all the intelligent farmers
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I light, miscellunoous matter of the day; it has a hiirh
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for the past ten years, and Mr Orange Judd, A.M.
a thoroughly practical farmer and agricultural
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Amherst College; Rev. Wm.Clift, widely known as .i
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WHTHSL.t \ KHV I * THh. HA II HA H V k rATI'<i
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TIIK ARdUMKNT.
Introduction. Territory of the Harbary states. Tin
Subject and Sources of Information.
r* ?f i Slavery in Ihe llarbarv States
II. History oj Whit# Sfatwy in Marb&i uKsif'5
K(Torts acainst it?hy Ferdinand the Catholic. I ,
Charles V, hy Rnglanr), by Prance, by Holland, Kre.
dom hy R/dtrupticn ; Freedom by {'uutpir.tr* : Fre
dom by Ktr/ipr. White American Victims to Barli ?
ry; Parallel between White and Ulack Slavery; Tr.
umphant Abolition of White Slainry.
Ill- Trm Charmrtrr i?/t WAUt Sfavtri/m tin ^
Apalogies for White Slavery; Happy Condition of tl.e
Whiteslaves; Better off in Harbary than at Home,
Better off than the Free Christians in Harbary , Net'
ertheleas, Unquestionable Enormity of White Slate?y
1 in Barbary. Conclusion. Price Ml eu.; postage 18 eta
For sale by LRWIS CLKPllANE,
Mareh SL 0(W National Era
TM K AMERICAN ftLAVft IHOB, IW THK4IKV
a^ii> rMAt'ricR.
ITS Distinctive Features shown by iu Hututea. Ju
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76 cents per copy, postage 1ft cents For sale by
Jutm 30. L. CLEP1IANE. Office Nat Era
The following is an extract ol a latter from Ho'
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"Tour analysis of the slave laws is very able, and
your exhibition of their practical application by ths
Southern courts evinces great and careful research,
i'Your hook is as impregnable agmnst tha chargi of
?taggeration as Euclid's Oeometry since, like that
it consists of propositions and demoi. i rations The
hook Is not only trne. but it is urMtt true."

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