I. Agriculture. - 1
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. I. 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.
8. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, in a Course of Lectures
for the Board of Agriculture. By Sir Humphrey Davy, LL. D.
II. Miss Sedgwick. - 18
The Poor Rich Man and the Rich Poor Man. By the author of
"Hope Leslie," <kc. New York, 1836.
HI. Chateaubriand's Sketches. - - 28
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. ... 60
Astoria; or, Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond the Rocky moun-
tains. By Washington Irving. 2 vols. 12mo. Philadelphia, 1836.
V. Memoirs Of Aaron Burr. - - 74
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. - - 112
Recherche Anatomique et Physiologique sur la structure intime
des Animaux et des Vegetaux, e^sur leur motility. Par Dr. Dtitro-
chet, a Paris.