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"We regard it as the very best work of its kind in the Union.' – St. Albans (Vt.) Journal. TE KNICKERBOCKER was received with unfailing punctuality on the first of the month, which however is the least merit of this agreeable miscellany; for its contents are as invariably good as its appearance is punctual.'— WILLIAN CULLEN BRYANT, in the New-York Evening Post.
The last KNICKERBOCKER is exceedingly good. There are no less than twenty-four original ar. ticles, and all of the right sort; some of them worthy of Blackwood's palmiest days. The Editor's Teble is in Mr. Clark's happiest vein; varied and racy in a remarkable degree."
Nero-York Commercial Advertiser. "THE KNICKERBOCKER seems to increase in attraction as it advances in age. It exhibits a monthly variety of contributions unsurpassed in number or ability.' – National Intelligencer.
"THE KNICKERBOCKER is one of the most valuable Magazines of the day, and outstrips all competition in the higher walks of literature.' – Albany Argus.
We have here an old and general favorite ; one among the pioneers of the American periodical press ; the venerable KNICKERBOCKER. The Editor's Table' is always the most attractive portion of 'OLD KNICK.'s' monthly bill of fare- to us at least; and in the present number we have found it more so l' - New-York. Gaz, and Times.' PRESIDENT EVERETT, OF HARVARD COLLEGE, LATE MINISTER TO ENCLAND. -'I peruse the KNICKERBOCKER with high gratification. It seems to me of an order of merit quite above the average of the periodicals of this class, English or American.'
Hon. J. K. PAULDING, LATE SECRETARY OF THE Navy, -The manner in which the KNICKERBOCKER is conducted, and the great merit of its contributors, place it in the highest rank of periodicals.'
PROF. LONGFELLOW, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY. —The KNICKERBOCKER stands high in this quarter. It is superior to most of the English magazines, and well deserves its large list of subscribers.'
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THE LONDON TIMES.' -- 'The London · Times' commends the KNICKERBOCKER in cordial terms, and speaks of several articles from which it had selected liberal extracts for subsequent pub. lication.' - LONDON COR. N. • Ev. STAR.'
THE LONDON EXAMINER. — “This very clever Magazine is the pleasantest periodical in the United States. Its articles, which are numerous and short, various and interesting, are well worthy of imitation by our Magazines on this side of the Atlantic.''
LONDON “MORNING CHRONICLE. — Judging from the numbers before us, we are inclined to consider this the best of all the American literary periodicals. Its contents are highly interesting, instructive and amusing.'
THE LONDON LITERARY GAZETTE, — "The taste and talent which the KNICKERBOCKER displays are highly creditable to American writers, and very agreeable for English readers.'
LONDON METROPOLITAN MONTHLY MAGAZINE. We have read several numbers of this tal. ented periodical, and rejoiced in them. They would do credit to any country, or to any state of civilization to which humanity has yet arrived.'
LONDON 'ATHENÆUM.' - From a very clever Monthly Magazine, 'The Knickerbocker' of New. York, we copy the following spirited story,' etc.
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CHARLES DICKENS, Esq.— I read the KNICKERBOCKER with very great pleasure: it is indeed a most various and entertaining periodical. It affords me pleasure to contribute to the pages of a work which numbers among its regular correspondents such writers as Mr. IRVING.'
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THE Thirtieth Volume of the KNICKERBOCKER Magazine will commence on the first of July, 1847. The work has been so long before the public, that it is not deemed necessary to enlarge upon its claims to general favor. The annexed List of Contributors to the Magazine, and a few notices of the work, (up to and including the last number) will sufficiently attest its character and its popularity: WASHINGTON IRVING, F. W. EDMONDS,
J. N. BELLOWS,
Rrv. Mr. GANNETT, (Mass.)
STACY G. POTTS,
H. R. SCHOOLCRAFT, J. G. WHITTIER,
H. W. ROCKWELL,
WILLIAM PITT PALMER,
Hon. CHARLES MINER,
Dr. A. BRIGHAM,
FREDERICK W. SHELTON,
CHARLES F. HOFFMAN,
RICHARD B. KIMBALL, Esq. Mrs. E. F. ELLET.
ANSON H. CENTER, Esq.
J. H. GOURLIE, ESQ.
MRS. FANNY K. BUTLER, HORACE GREELEY, * HARRY FRANCO,'
Miss CHARLOTTE CUSHMAN REV. DR. PISE,
THOMAS W. STORROW Esq.
MRS. M. E. HEWITT.
HON. JUDGE HALL, (ILL.) PROF. JAMES J. MAPES,
Rev. W. B.O. PEABODY, J. H. SHELDON, JR.,
Prof. CHARLES ANTHON, J. G. SAXE, E8Q.,
ALFRED B. STREET, JOHN HENRY HOPKINS,(VT.)
J. KENNARD, JR.,
CONSUL G. W. GREENE, MR. F. PARKMAN, (BOSTON)
JAS. RUSSELL LOWELL, Esq.
• PETER SCHEMIL.'
*The first number of the Twenty-Seventh Volume of this venerable and widely-popular periodical appears upon entirely new and beautiful type, in all its departments; and in its rich and diversified contents, continues to vindicate its reputation as the most agreeable and entertaining Magazine pub. lished in the United States. When we first started the old .New-Yorker,' our friend CLARK had preceded us as Editor of the KNICKERBOCKER about a twelvemonth; it has now reached an age greatly beyond that of any American Monthly; a fact which literally speaks volumes' in praise of the manner in which the work has been conducted. No number of the K. has ever been issued under CLARK's supervision that did not bear indubitable evidence of editorial care, and anxious thought and well-directed labor enstamped upon its pages. We have known no monthly, of this country or Europe, so thoroughly edited, in the strictest sense of the term. With a corps of contributors embracing the most eminent writers of the country, with not a few from the other side of the water, it has been able to present articles of a high order of merit, and in rich variety; while, as if emulous of the contributed portions, the editorial department has regularly increased in variety and abundance.' - New-York Daily Tribune.
* NOTHING is more remarkable than the unfailing promptitude of this old Monthly, except perhaps its constant and constantly increasing excellence. Mathematicians tell us of certain curves called asymptotes, whose peculiarity is always to approach each other, and yet, even when infinitely ex. tended, never to intersect. The KNICKERBOCKER, which has reached an age for a Magazine such greater than a hundred years for a man, and only to be attained by a more marvellous mirac e, bag perpetually approached the highest possible point of interest and exeellence; and yet it seems te have an excelsior, for each number secms better than that which went before. How it is done our friend CLARK may understand - but it is a sealed mystery to us. There is no publication in the United States that has so attractive or popular a feature as the Editor's Table of the KNICKEREOCKER.' – New-York Courier and Enquirer.
See third page of Corer.
Art. I. NORTHERN MYTHOLOGY. By Hon. H. W. Ellsworth,
95 II. THE CONSUMPTIVE. BY MR. E. C. HINE,
104 III. CHURCH-YARD FLOWERS. BY W. H. C. HOSMER, EsQ, IV. THE IDLEBERG PAPERS: OUR POETS,
106 V. SONG OF THE GRAVE. BY J. CLEMENT,
115 VI. UBI AMOR, IBI FIDES. BY A New CONTRIBUTOR,
116 VII. A QUESTION IN SINGLE RULE OF THREE, VIII. RECIPE FOR MAKING A WOMAN,
124 IX. STANZAS : PASSING AWAY,' .
125 X THE OREGON TRAIL : THE BUFFALO. By F. PARKMAN, ESQ.,
126 XI. SONNET TO AN ITALIAN STREET-SINGER, XII. STANZAS: “THE SUNBEAM,"
137 XIIL THE OUTLAW OF THE SACRAMENTO,
138 XIV. SONG OF THE UNKNOWN ONE,
144 XV. FORGIVENESS: LINES ADDRESSED TO A FAIR FRIEND,
145 XVI. THE ENAMEL OF THE HEART,
145 XVII. THE CUP THAT CHEERS, BUT NOT INEBRIATES,
149 XVIII. MILTON'S SATAN AND BYRON'S LUCIFER COMPARED,
150 XIX. A PAIR OF SONNETS. BY T. W. Parsons, Esq., LITERARY NOTICES: 1. THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON,
156 2. PRESCOTT'S HISTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF PERU,
157 3. REMINISCENCES OF COLERIDGE AND SOUTHEY,
158 4. SEVENTEEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SIX,
158 Editor's Table: 1. DEATH OF MR. O'CONNELL AT GENOA,
159 2. PUFFER HOPKINS MATHEWS AND INTERNATIONAL COPY-RIGHT, 163 3. GOSSIP WITH READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS,
165 1. SCENE AT THE BOMBARDMENT OF VERA CRUZ. 2. RAIL-ROAD LIMNING: THE ONEIDAS. 3. A RAIL-ROAD LYRIC, BY J. G. SAXE, Esq. 4. THE TRAITOR ARNOLD IN ENGLAND. 5. AN INCIDENT OF TRAVEL.' 6. GOOD-BYE TO THE WORLD.' 7. EXPLOSION OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE' STEAMER. 8. SYRACUSE, AND ITS ENVIROXS. 9. AN AFFECTING SCED'NE.' 10. SKAVKATELES. 11. CURTAILING THE DEVIL. 12. THE WESTERN PRESS. 13. THOUGHTS ON EGG-HATCHING. 14. SPELLING. 15. THE LOVER'S DREAM OF Delight.' 16. AUBURN: STATE-COLLEGE : A SOLID PRESENT. 17. 'A CHAPTER ON Dogs.' 18. WOMANLY CHARITY. 19. CANANDAIGUA: COUNTRY CIRCUS. 20. SAXE's New Law-DICTIONARY.' 21. ROCHESTER : PARENTAL CRUELTY. 22. NEW BOTANICAL NOMENCLATURE. 23. PRIDE OF BIRTH. 24. BATAVIA: SOMERVILLE FARM' PIC-NIC. 25. Hard HITS AT A HUMBUG. 26. A HORRID DEATH. 27. BUFFALO. 28. AN INEXORABLE FATHER. 29. RETIREMENT of Jos. R. CHANDLER, Esq. 30. Poetical EpisTLE TO THE EDITOR. 31. CLEAVE. LAND, OHIO. 32. PATENT REVOLVING CHAIR. 33. A PICNIC AT THE TUXEDO LAKE. 34. BOOK TRADE-SALE. 35. OLD BEN' 36. THE PARK-THEATRE. 37. DETROIT. 38. Huron! 39. A RETORT. 40. THE LATE Jos. C. NEALE. 41. MACKI. NAW. 42. A BULL. 43. "THE OREGON' STEAMER: ANECDOTE OF Hon. THOMAS CORWIN. 44. A DREAM OF YOUTH.' 45. SAULT STE. MARIE. 46. A DAINTY AgTRONOMER. 47. HORACE GREELEY AT LARGE. 48. THE GREAT LAKE-STEAMERS. 49. “OLD ROSIN.' 50. NIAGARA. 51. PROP. LEWIS AND 'C. A. B.' 52 LAKE ROUTE TO MONTREAL. 53. PAPERS FROM SWEDEN. 54. THE ST. LAWRENCE. 55. To CORRESPONDENT3. 56. MONTREAL. 57. Lost Copy.' 58. CANADA. 59. 'S *AIR AND EXERCISE.' 60. MONTREAL CATHEDRAL. 61. THE INDIA-RUBBER 'MisSIONARY.' 62. LAKE CHAMPLAIN SCENERY. 63. LOVE OF COUNTRY. 64. A WORD TO'R. J. T: 65, To NORTHERN TRAVELLERS. 66. SALT WATER BATHING. 67. THE LETHEON.' 68. To 'S. P. D.' 69. THE HUDSON: THE 'ISAAC NEWTON' STEAMER. 70. THE AMERICAN LITERARY EMPORIUM.' 71, New PUBLICATIONS.