[From] NEW BOOKS.
Slavery in the Southern States. By a Carolinian.
The author of this article, which was copied, entire, into Frazer's Magazine, and thence reprinted in the Living Age, is Edward J. Pringle, Esq., of Charleston. It has reached a second edition in the separate form of a handsome pamphlet of fifty-three pages—published by Mr. John Bartlett, Cambridge. It was sent to a friend in Boston, in answer to the question "What do you think of 'Uncle Tom's Cabin,' at the south?" and is published "in the hope of inducing calmer thought on the subject of slavery than is likely to be the result of pictorial writing." It has already had a wide circulation, both in England and at home.