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Comtaontariés on the Constitution and Laws, Peoples aud Ilistory, of the United States; and upon tho Great llebellion and its Causes. By Ezra C. Seamax, Guuusellor at Law, and Author of " Essays on the Progresa of Nations," This volume of noarly 800 pages, from the pon of our Journal co-temporary, contains in addition to documenta familiar to the general reader, important State papers found m a limited number of libraries, -n-hich throw light upoa the intentions of the "fathers," and aidinclearly interpreting the Constitution, and the nghts the people are ent.itled to under it. We can not, perhaps, better briefly give our readers an idea of the tone of the work tliau by copying the following paragraph froru the author's introductory announcement to the public: " Bcing an unconditfonal Union man in favor of a federal and not a ] ted Union - and being a national, not a sectional ropublican- a conervative, not a radical- au old line wliig, not an'abo litionist - I have endeavored to gire a faithful and hnpartial view of tbc American Constitutions and Governments, of fclieir legitimatc powers - and of the institutions and peoples of (he United States; on e that may be useful to the American people in promoting union, harmony, and sound principios of government." Anotber number of about the saine number of pages is to follow For sale at the Book-stores, at $1.


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