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From the Boston Recorder.
"THE LITERARY EMPORIUM,-a compendium of religious, literary, and philosophical knowledge. New York: J. K. Wellman." The Numbers of this new work for January and February have been published, and the tables of contents are such as to do credit to the taste and judgment of the editor.
From the Maine Cultivator.
This is one of the best magazines of the day. It is a compendium of religious, literary, and philosophical knowledge, destitute of light literature, love tales, sectarianism, or other trash. Its religious matter is of such a nature as is calculated to cultivate, to inspire, and please a good and correct taste. In its literary character, a knowledge of man in his past and present conditi n will be inculcated; in science, the works of nature, miscellaneous reading that shall invigorate the faculties of the mind and elevate the character. Each number contains 32 pages, and a splendid plate is furnished as often as once in three months. Published monthly at $1 per annum in advance.
From the New York Evangelist.
The "Literary Emporium" is the title of a cheap monthly magazine, published by J. K. Wellman, 16 Spruce street, price $1. designed to be a compendium of religious, literary, and philosophical knowledge. It promises remarkably well. The Number for May deserves to be commended to youthful readers and to families as a judicious and healthful work in the department of useful, solid literature. It is attractive, neat, and very cheap, and pervaded by good taste and an excellent spirit.
From the Zion's Herald, Boston.
We have received No. 5 of this new monthly; it presents a fine table of contents, and is embellished by a superior engraving of Rev. John Summerfield.
From the Liberty Standard.
Several other numbers of this valuable monthly are re ceived, and well sustain the character of the first. It should be valued in the family. Price $1.
SCHOOL-GIRL IN FRANCE,
The Snares of Popery:
WARNING TO PROTESTANTS
AGAINST EDUCATION IN CATHOLIC SEMINARIES.
PUBLISHED BY J. K. WELLMAN,
No. 118 NASSAU STREET