Art. I. - 1. Thoughts on the Punishment of Death for Forgery.
By Basil Montagu, Esq.
2. The Opinions of different Authors upon the Punishment of
Death, selected by Basil MONTAGU, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn.
3. Facts relating to the Punishment of Death in the Metropolis,
by EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD, Esq.
4. Speech of Sir SAMUEL ROMILLY, in the House of Commons,
on Moving for leave to bring in a Bill for Reforming the
ART. II. — Plain Letters on Important Subjects. By JONATHAN
ART. IJI. - Essais Théologiques. Du Système Théologique de
la Trinité. ' Par M. CHENEVIÈRE, Pasteur et Professeur à
Theological Essays. - Essay First, on the Trinity. By M.
CHENEVIÈRE, Pastor and Professor at Geneva.
Art. IV. - Oaths, Judicial and Extra-Judicial.
Art. V.- The History of the Christian Religion and Church dur-
ing the Three First Centuries. By Dr. AugustUS NEAN-
Translated from the German, by HENRY JOHN
Rose, B. D.
ART. VI. The Bravo: a Tale. By the Author of The Spy,' &c. 78
ART. VII. — The American Common-Place Book of Poetry; with
occasional Notes. By GEORGE B. CHEEVER.
ART. VIII. - A Second Letter, in which the Investigation of the
Meanings of Aiùy in Ancient Greek is continued.
ART. IX. — An Essay on Demonology, Ghosts, and Apparitions,
and Popular Superstitions. By JAMES THACHER, M. D. 106
ART. X. — Mr. TUCKERMAN's Eighth Semi-Annual Report of his
Service as a Minister at Large in Boston.
ART. XI. — On the Christian Church.