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The Southern Literary Messenger, Vol. I., No. 4, December, 1834

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  • SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER:
  • EVERY DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE
    • THE FINE ARTS.
    • CONTENTS OF VOLUME I, NUMBER 4
    • SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER.
      • SKETCHES OF THE HISTORY
      • REVIEW
      • COLONIAL MANNERS.
      • WESTERN SCENERY.
      • THOM'S GROUP OF STATUARY,
      • CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE.
      • LAW LECTURE AT WILLIAM AND MARY.
      • THE MARCH OF MIND.
      • THE VILLAGE ON FOURTH JULY 183—.
      • TO D——.
      • INVOCATION TO RELIGION.
      • BEAUTY AND TIME.
      • ANTICIPATION.
      • HINTS TO STUDENTS OF GEOLOGY.
      • ESSAY ON LUXURY.
      • TO ——
      • ELOQUENCE.
      • LETTERS FROM NEW ENGLAND.—NO. 2.
      • ON THE POLICY OF ELEVATING THE STANDARD OF FEMALE EDUCATION.
      • MY NAME.
      • VALEDICTORY IN JULY 1829,
      • THE SEASONS.
      • BYRON'S LAST WORDS.
      • TO A YOUNG LADY.
      • LINES IN AN ALBUM.
      • PARTING.
      • LINES SUGGESTED ON VIEWING THE RUINS AT JAMESTOWN.
      • ODE WRITTEN ON A FINE NIGHT AT SEA.
      • AUTUMN WOODS.
      • THE DECLARATION.
      • FROM MY SCRAP BOOK.
      • THE MECHANICIAN AND UNCLE SIMON.
      • LINES WRITTEN IMPROMPTU,
      • THE PEASANT-WOMEN OF THE CANARIES.
      • THE HEART.
      • PARODY ON BRYANT'S AUTUMN.
      • THE BATTLE OF BREED'S HILL.
      • TO A LADY.
      • TO IANTHE.
      • SONNET.
      • EPIGRAMME FRANCAISE.
      • TRUE CONSOLATION.
      • SONNET.
      • ADVICE FROM A FATHER TO HIS ONLY DAUGHTER.
    • SKETCHES OF THE HISTORY
    • REVIEW
    • COLONIAL MANNERS.
    • WESTERN SCENERY.
    • THOM'S GROUP OF STATUARY,
    • CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE.
    • LAW LECTURE AT WILLIAM AND MARY.
    • THE MARCH OF MIND.
    • THE VILLAGE ON FOURTH JULY 183—.
    • TO D——.
    • INVOCATION TO RELIGION.
    • BEAUTY AND TIME.
    • ANTICIPATION.
    • HINTS TO STUDENTS OF GEOLOGY.
    • ESSAY ON LUXURY.
    • TO ——
    • ELOQUENCE.
    • LETTERS FROM NEW ENGLAND.—NO. 2.
    • ON THE POLICY OF ELEVATING THE STANDARD OF FEMALE EDUCATION.
    • MY NAME.
    • VALEDICTORY IN JULY 1829,
    • THE SEASONS.
    • BYRON'S LAST WORDS.
    • TO A YOUNG LADY.
    • LINES IN AN ALBUM.
    • PARTING.
    • LINES SUGGESTED ON VIEWING THE RUINS AT JAMESTOWN.
    • ODE WRITTEN ON A FINE NIGHT AT SEA.
    • AUTUMN WOODS.
    • THE DECLARATION.
    • FROM MY SCRAP BOOK.
    • THE MECHANICIAN AND UNCLE SIMON.
    • LINES WRITTEN IMPROMPTU,
    • THE PEASANT-WOMEN OF THE CANARIES.
    • THE HEART.
    • PARODY ON BRYANT'S AUTUMN.
    • THE BATTLE OF BREED'S HILL.
    • TO A LADY.
    • TO IANTHE.
    • SONNET.
    • EPIGRAMME FRANCAISE.
    • TRUE CONSOLATION.
    • SONNET.
    • ADVICE FROM A FATHER TO HIS ONLY DAUGHTER.
    • ORIGINAL LITERARY NOTICES.
      • EDITORIAL REMARKS.
      • EXTRACTS FROM THE LETTERS OF CORRESPONDENTS.
      • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS TO CONTRIBUTORS, CORRESPONDENTS, &C.
    • EDITORIAL REMARKS.
    • EXTRACTS FROM THE LETTERS OF CORRESPONDENTS.
    • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS TO CONTRIBUTORS, CORRESPONDENTS, &C.
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