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Jove judicat æquo.-Hor.
Eo ego ingenio natus sum, amicitiam
Atque inimicitiam in fronte promptam gero.-Ennius.
PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR.
Rev. Dexter Clapp,
Jol. M., Vnr.
SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW.
Beechen Tree, 258.
Bible Episcopacy, 255.
Bible, Literature of, 103.
Burr, Aaron, 220.
Ante-Roman Races of Italy, 261-
300; Roman ruins, 264; fabulous
stories of Romulus and Remus,
265; era of the city doubtful, 266;
whether of Etruscan or Pelasgian
origin, 269; the aborigines, 273;
various names to the same tribe,
276; exhibited in the American
Indians, 276; in the early Eng-
lish, 277; early religion of Italy,
283; Pelasgians the parents of
Greek and Roman civilization,
293; Roman policy, 294; Etrus-
can history, 297; how related to
Americanism in Literature, 257.
Arnold, his Life and Correspond-
Carolina Political Annals, 479-526;
histories of Carolina,479; her laws,
481; early and conflicting claims
to her territory, 482; charters,
483; charter Charles II., 484;
Locke's constitutions, 485; who
concerned in drawing them up,
486; Locke's constitutions mi-
nutely analyzed and examined,
488; their anti-liberty bias, 491;
history of slavery, 491; first colo-
nization of the state, 493; difficul-
ties with the proprietors-Locke's
constitution overthrown, 495; the
revolution of 1719, 496; witch-
craft in S. C., 496; causes of the
revolution of 1719, 497; royal
government established, 498; re-
volution, and constitution of 1776,
499; constitution of 1788, 500;
rights of the clergy under it, 501;
constitution of 1790, 502; analysis
of the government, 502; amend-
ments of 1808 and 1810, 503; fed-
eral relations, 505; comparison of
the federal and State government,
506; doctrine of the governments,