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PUBLISHED BY OLIVER EVERETT, NO. 6 COURT STREET.
University Press-Hilliard & Metcalf.
CONTENTS OF VOL. IV. NO. I.
Art. I.--Pothier's Maritime Contracts.
A Treatise on Maritime Contracts of Letting to Hire, by
Robert Joseph Pothier ; translated from the French, with
notes and a life of the author, by Caleb Cushing.
ART. II.-England and America.
On the complaints in America against the British Press.
An Essay in the New London Monthly Magazine for
ART. II.- Warden on America.
A Statistical, Political, and Historical account of the Unit-
ed States of North America; from the period of their
first colonization to the present day. By D. B. War-
den, late Consul for the United States at Paris, &c. &c. 47
1. Sketches, Historical and Topographical, of the Floridas;
more particularly of East Florida. By James Grant
2. Memoir on the geography, and natural and civil history
of Florida, attended by a map of that country, &c. By
ART. 1.-Botany of the United States.
American Medical Botany; being a collection of the na-
tive Medicinal Plants of the United States, containing
their botanical history and chemical analysis, and pro-
perties and uses in inedicine, diet, and the arts, with
colored engravings. By Jacob Bigelow, M. D. Rumford
Professor and Lecturer on Materia Medica and Botany
in Harvard University.
Art. VI.--A voyage to the internal world.
Symzonia, a Voyage of Discovery, by Captain Adam Sea-
Art. VII.-Internal improvements in South Carolina.
1. Report of the civil and military engineer of the State of
South Carolina, for the year 1819.
2. Plans and progress of internal improvement in South
Carolina, with observations on the advantages resulting