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From Regents of University of State of New York:
Annual Report of Trustees of N. Y. State Library, made Feb. 10th,

1851. From Rev. D. V. McLean, D.D.: Address before Alumni, &c., of Ohio University, by Rev. D. V.

McLean, D.D.
From Charles T. Jackson, M. D., Boston, Mass. :
Address before the Plymouth Agricultural Society, Sept., 1850, by

C. T. Jackson, M. D.
From Arthur B. Noll, New Germantown, N.J.:

Two Nos. of the New Jersey Journal, 1797 and 1803.
From A. B. Howell, Trenton, N. J.:
A short account of the Malignant Fever, lately prevalent in Phila-

delphia, &c., 1794, by Matthew Carey, 4th edition. From C. Dilts, Hunterdon County, N. J.:

Edwards' Materials toward a History of the Baptists in New Jersey. From Theo. Russell Jencks, Boston, Mass. :

Report of Sanitary Committee of Mass., 1850. From E. B. Campbell, Cor. Sec. Ohio Hist. Society : The Cincinnati Liberty Hall Gazette, containing Report of His

torical and Philosophical Society of Ohio for 1850. From Rev. Ravaud K. Rodgers, Boundbrook, N.J.:

A Lower Canada Coin, 1837.
A Nova Scotia Half-Penny, 1852.
Two Connecticut Copper Coins.
A Copper Coin of the French Republic.
A British Half-Penny, 1806.
A French Copper Coin (Ludov. XV.), 1774.
A British Half-Penny, 1732.

Do. do. 1831.
A Lower Canada Copper Coin, (un sou).

A New Jersey Copper Coin, 1787.
From A. Banning Norton, Ohio:

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D. Christy, 1850.

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Walker, and Mr. Geiger's rejoinder, 1851. Special Report of Warden of Ohio State Prison, 1851. Annual Report of Secretary of State of Ohio on the condition of

Common Schools. 16th Annual Report of Directors of the Young Mens' Mercantile

Library Association of Cincinnati, 1851. Abstract of Population of Ohio for 1850. 14th Annual Report of Board of Public Works of Ohio 1850. Cincinnati Liberty Hall Gazette, containing Report of Historical

and Philosophical Society of Ohio for 1850. From the Smithsonian Institution : Directions for Meteorological Observations, intended for first class

of Observers. Pamphlet, containing Tables 8 and 9, giving the correction to be

applied to Barometers, with brass scales, &c., &c. An Engraving, representing the building of the Smithsonian Institu

tion at Washington. Two Plates, illustrating the nomenclature of Clouds. From Hon. Silas Condit, Newark : A Time to Die; a Discourse delivered at the funeral of John S. Con.

dit, M.D., in the 2nd Presbyterian Church, by J. B. Condit, D.D. History of the 2d. Pres. Church in Newark, N. J.: a Discourse, de

livered Jan. 5th, 1851, by J. B. Condit, D. D., Senior Pastor, &c. From John Smith, No. 1 Commerce st., Newark : The Other Side; or some Reasons against removing an ancient

Landmark, by a Member of the Newark Presbytery. The Right Side; being a brief review of the Other Side. The Other Side, No. II; or the Right Side shown to be the wrong

one, by a Member of the Newark Presbytery. The Plain Truth ; being a correction of several misstatements made

by " the Other Side” respecting the Third Presbyterian Church,

(Newark.)
From James Ross, Newark :

The New York Magazine (1792), vol. 3.
Report of Superintendent of Public Schools in the township of

Pequannock, N. J., 1850.
By-laws, rules and regulations for the government of Essex Co.

Jail (Newark.) Documents relative to the Electro-chronograph, invented by John

Locke, M. D.

Report of survey of proposed extension of Morris and Essex Rail.

road from Dover to Delaware Water-Gap. A Pennsylvania ten shillings (paper).

Catalogue of Bloomfield Gymnasium. From George Ackerman, Newark : An Introduction to the History of the Principle Kingdoms and

States of Europe; by Samuel Puffendorf, Counsellor of State to the late king of Sweden, made English from the original

High Dutch. London, 1719. From Geo. A. Halsey, Newark: Oath of ownership of boat, made by David Morehouse of Eliza.

bethtown, before Hon. P. Schuyler, Pres't of His Majesty's Councel and Commander-in-Chief of New York, and Thos. Byerly, Collector, &c., of the port of New York; signed by P. Schuy. ler and Thos. Byerly, Col., and certified by Thos. Tell, naval

officer-gilt frame. From H. A. Buttolph, M.D., Superintendent of N.J. Lunatic Asylum : Historical and discriptive account of N. J. Lunatic Asylum, by H.

A. Buttolph, M. D., Superintendent.
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From Joseph B. Jackson, M. D., Newark :
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Prentiss, as Associate Pastor of the 2d. Pres. Church, Newark,

N. J., Nov. 6th, 1850. History of 2d. Pres. Church, Newark, N. J.; a Discourse delivered

Jan. 5th, 1851, by J. B. Condit, D. D., Senior Pastor, &c. The obligations of American patriotism; a Discourse delivered in

the 2d Pres. Church Newark, N. J., on the occasion of the An. nual Thanksgiving, Dec. 12, 1850, by Geo. L. Prentiss, Asso

ciate Pastor, &c. From Abner Campbell, Newark : Our Country; its security, under God, in Constitutional Law; a

Discourse delivered in Park Church, Newark, N. J., Dec. 12,

1850, by A. D. Eddy, D. D. From W. A. Whitehead, Newark :

Map and Profile of New Jersey Railroad. From Maryland Historical Society: Memorials of Columbus; read to the Maryland Historical Society,

by Robt. Dodge. April 3, 1851.

SELECTIONS

FROM THE CORRESPONDENCE OF

WILLIAM ALEXANDER, EARL OF

STIRLING,

MAJOR-GENERAL DURING THE REVOLUTION. The originals from which the following letters are selected, are in the possession of the New York Historical Society; the copies having been made and presented by the Hon. William A. Daer. Further portions of the Correspondence will be given in succeeding numbers of this publication.

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