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EDWARD I. SEARS, A: M., LL, D.
"Pulchrum est bene facere reipublicae, etiam bene dicere haud absurdum est."
EDWARD I. SEARS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
ENTERED according to Act of Congress, in the year 1865, by
E. I. SEARS,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, in and for the Southern
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CONTENTS OF NO. XXI. |
J. MITCHELL, H. P.
3. The Piccolomini: A Drama in two parts. Translated from
the German of FREDERICK SCHILLER. By S. T. COLE-
RIDGE. (Coleridge's Dramatic Works.)
III, UNITED STATES BANKING SYSTEM, PAST AND PRESENT........ 51
State Bank System of the United States, 1865.
IV. THE NEW YORK BARCHARLES O'CONOR ....
1. Cowen's Reports. Vol. vii.
2. Wendell's Reports. Vols. ii. and xiv.
3. New York Reports. Vols. XV., XX., xxiii., xxiv., XXV.
4. Howard's Reports. Vol. x.
5. Howard's Reports. Vol. xix.
6. Debates, New York State Convention.
7. Forrest Divorce Case. 2 vols.
T. PAASES OF ENGLISH STATESMANSHIP...
Essays on the Administrations of Great Britain, from 1782 to
1830. Contributed to the Edinburgh Review. By the
Right Hon. Sir GEORGE CORNEWALL LEWIS, Bart.
VI. MODERN CORRECTORS OF THE BIBLE...
The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ : the
Common English Version corrected. By the Final Com-
mittee of the American Bible Union.
VII. ANCIENT AND MODERN DISCOVERIES IN MEDICAL SCIENCE... 131
1. Principles of Human Physiology, with their chief application
to Psychology, Pathology, Therapeutics, Hygiene, and
Forensic Medicine. By WILLIAM B. CARPENTER, M. D..
F. R. S., &c.
NATIONAL QUARTERLY REVIEW.
Art I.--1. Celtic Researches on the Origin, Traditions, and Language
of the Ancient Britons, with some Introductory Sketches of Primitive. Society. By EDWARD Davies, Curate of Olveston, Gloucestershire. London, 1804.
2. Histoire des Gaulois. Par AMEDEE THIERRY. Paris, 1845,
Skellow Grange, near Doncaster, Yorkshire. London, 1827. .
1826. 7. The Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the Cymry. By J. WILLIAMS.
London, 1844. 8. Les Fées du Moyen Age. Par ALFRED MAURY. Paris, 1842.
It is impossible to estimate the amount of valuable knowledge the world has lost by the unwillingness of certain sects of philosophers to commit the results of their researches to writing. And if this fact be admitted, it must follow that no argument can justify such a course. Few, if any, will dispute that those who avoid recording their discoveries, lest the public at large might have the benefit of them in common with themselves, are guilty of a most reprehensible selfishness; and yet it is to be feared that this has been the prevailing motive. That some bave been influenced only by
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