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intelligent observation. "Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book." Philadelphia: T.B.Peterson. The high reputation Miss Leslie enjoys in practical literary cuisine will sufficiently commend her labors in this department to the public. Mr. Peterson has presented the lady in an elegant exterior the book, as usual, doing infinite credit to his enterprise. "Currer Lyle: A History of My Life. Or,the Stage in Romance and the Stage in Reality." By Louise Reeder. With a portrait of the authoress on steel. Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson. This is a spirited novel, understood to blend fact and fiction, and to embody something of the experi. ence of the authoress, a beautiful woman now upon the stage, and likely to acquire further experiences in a theatri al career. Mr. Peterson has preduced the work in handsome style. "Adam Grarnf. of Mossgray." A novel. By Mrs. Oliphant. authoress of ''Ziiidee," Sec. New York: Garrett, Dick & Fitzgerald. A verv superior work of fiction, blending with the story a high-toned and vigorous morality. It is not inferior to any of the former productions of thisele- gant writer. "The Life of Charlotte Bronte," author of "Shirley," ic. By E. C. Gaskell, author of "Mary Barton," Ac. In two volumes. New York: Appleton & Co. Of the multitudinous flow of books we have not recently met with one more interesting than this. Charlotte Bronte, the "Currer Bell" of literature, commands an eminent position , in public esteem, and this book, which introduces us to heart and household familiarity with her, will have free access to ever' admirer of her works. "Bleak House." By Charles Dickens. Pbila-elelphla: T.B.Peterson. A copy of this popular and thriliing production of Dickens" pen in Peterson's very elegant duodecimo edition, illustrated by Cruikshank and PLiz. "The Border Rover." By Emerson Bennett. Philadelphia: T.B.Peterson. A novel by one of the popular writers of the day, whose works. of fiction illustrative of pioneer life, scenery and incident command public attention everywhere. "The Sketch Book." By Washington Irving. New Yoik: Putnam A; Co. It is not our task to 'gild refined gold." There is the Sketch Book-put up as a "railway classic," a cheap edition for all the world; and all the world has to do to secure a fund of entertainment is to buy it. We may say the same of Irving's "Tales of a Traveler." published in the same style by Putnam & Co. The same house has also issued, uniform as a "railway classic," the boek of "Salmagundi; or. The' Whim-Whams and Opinions of Launcclot Lanstafl, Esq."