The American Review: A Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art, and Science/Volume 01/February 1845

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THE

AMERICAN REVIEW.



VOL. I
No. II
FEBRUARY, 1845


CONTENTS.


THE RESULT OF THE ELECTION 131
JACK LONG; OR, LYNCH LAW AND VENGEANCE. By a Kentuckian 121
PATENT PROPERTY 137
THE RAVEN.—By —— Quarles 143
LITERARY PROSPECTS OF 1845.—By E.A.D. 146
ALISON'S HISTORY OF EUROPE 151
SONNET 177
WORDS—By E. P. Whipple 178
GOETHE'S CHARACTER OF EGMONT 183
LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP; EPIGRAM.—By Horus 194
DOING NOTHING WITH MUCH ADO 195
POST OFFICE REFORM 199
CRITICAL NOTICES 215
FOREIGN MISCELLANY 219




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