[from] NEW PUBLICATIONS.
...LAYS OF LIBERTY; or, VERSES FOR THE TIMES. Boston: Bela Marsh. 1854.
This is a neat and very meritorious little work, of 54 pages, containing twenty-six different poetical pieces, based chiefly upon various incidents in 'Uncle Tom's Cabin.' The authorship belongs to a gifted young lady of this city, the daughter of a deceased Baptist clergyman; but as she has chosen to suppress her name, we do not feel authorised to be more specific. We cordially recommend these 'Lays of Liberty' to old and young. For a sample of them, see the two first effusions in our poetical department, this week.