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INDEX TO VOL. LXV.

et seq.

IN, 20.

Aculcho, storming of, 139.

character of the officers of her army,
Africa, physical conformation of, 408. 204-ignorance in, regarding Hungary,
AFTER A YEAR'S REPUBLICANISM, 275.

702.
AGRICULTURE, SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL, Austrian empire, statistics of the, 706.
255.

Bacon, lord, on history and poetry, 759,
Albuquerque, minister to Pedro the

Cruel, career of, 339, et seg--his fall, Baden, statistics of education in, 568.
343, et seq.

Bairam, the feast of, in Egypt, 50.
Alcherius, Jehan, the works of, on paint- Bari, African kingdom of, 60.
ing, 441, 442.

Bathyanyi, count Louis, Hungarian minis-
Alexandropol, great fortress at, 582. ter, 697, 698.
ALGERIA, REVIEW OF WORKS ON THE WAR Bavaria, system, &c., of education in,

568, 569.
Alphonso, king of Castile, 337, 338. Beaton, cardinal, 114, 115—his murder,
Alps, chain of the, 408.

116.
-America, the colonisation of, 416. BEATTIE'S LIFE OF CAMPBELL, review of,
AMERICAN THOUGHTS ON EUROPEAN REVO- 219.
LUTIONS, 190.

Belgium, system, &c., of education in,
ANCIENT PRACTICE OF PAINTING, 436.

568, 569—its revolt from Austria,
Angels, the representation of, in early 615.
art, 182.

Bengal, Macaulay's description of, 390.
Angoulême, the duchess d', 597.

Beni-Abbez, extermination of the tribe of,
Anne, empress of Russia, cruelties of, 674. 28.
Apennines, chain of the, 408.

Biography, remarks on, 219.
Arabs, hatred of the, to the French, 25. Black-hole of Calcutta, Macaulay's pic-
ARARAT AND THE ARMENIAN HIGHLANDS, ture of the, 389.
577.

Blake the painter, 183.
ARBOUVILLE'S VILLAGE DOCTOR, 542. Blanc, A., HIS HISTORY OF CONSPIRACIES,
ARISTOCRATIC ANNALS, 468.

&c., reviewed, 664.
Arlingcourt, the vicomte d', “ Dieu le Blanche of Bourbon, marriage of Pedro
Veut” by, 599.

the Cruel to, 345—her murder, 351.
Armenian Highlands, the, 577.

Blue Nile, the, 47.
Arms, original connexion of all nobility Bohemia, despotic power of Austria in;
with, 713.

615-its attempted revolt, 618.
Army, proposed reduction of the, 360. Bolognese MS. on painting, the, 442.
ART AND ARTISTS IN SPAIN, 63.

Bolotnikoff, a Russian impostor, 669.
ART, SACRED AND LEGENDARY, 175. Bonald, M. de, 537.
Art, peculiarities of the early history of, Bonnetat, the Abbé, on the religious state

in England, 64-state of, during the of France, 539.
middle ages, 436.

BOOK OF THE Farm, review of the, 255.
Asia, the table-lands, &c. of, 408.

Bordeaux, the Duke de, his claim to the
Australia, physical conformation, &c., of, throne of France, 194-general inclin-
414.

ation toward him, 284–Didier's ac-
AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY, 614.- Part II. count of him, 592, et seq.
697.

Bordeaux, the duchess de, 598.
Austria, the revolutionary movement in, Borgona, Juan de, 65.

2-reaction in, 4-her administration Boris Godunoff, usurpation of the Rus-
in Dalmatia, 204, 206–progress of con- sian throne by, 666.
servatism in, 357-system, &c., of Borneo, the island of, 415.
education in, 567, 569-composition, Borrer's campaign in the Kabylie, review
growth, &c. of the empire of, 614 - of, 20, 23.

TO

THE

Bothwell, the duke of, his marriage to - Part XI. chap. lii., 287-chap. liii.,
Mary, &c., 121.

291-chap. liv., 292-chap. lv., 293–
Bougie, French colony of, 30.

chap. Ivi., 294-chap. lvii., 298—chap.
Bourbon, isle of, bird resembling the Dodo lviii., 300—Part XII. chap. lix., 420
found in, 96.

chap. Ix., 422-chap. Ixi., 424—chap.
Bourbons, era of the, in France, 6-reac- lxii., 426—chap. Ixiii., 428-chap.lxiv.,

tion in France in their favour, 190-on Letter from Pisistratus Caxton to Al-
their prospects there, 590.

bert Trevanion, Esq., 430—Reply, 432
Bourgoing, M., on the policy, &c., of Rus- --chap. Ixv. 435-PartXIII.chap.lxvi.,
sia, 709.

637-chap. lxvii., 638-chap. 1xviii,
Brandon, Charles, career of, 473.

639-chap. 1xix., 640-chap. lxx., 644
Bribery, parliamentary, under William –chap. lxxi, 645_chap. lxxii, 647-
III., 401.

chap. Ixxiii., being a chapter on house-
Brussels MS. on painting, the, 442.

tops, 648-chap. lxxiv., 650—chap.
BUDDLE, T., LETTERS

Rev. lxxv., 653-chap. lxxvi., 654-chap.
CHARLES FUStian, by–Letter I., 679— lxxvii., 657—chap. lxxviii., 660—chap.
Letter II., 683—Letter III., 688— lxxix., 661.
Letter IV., 694.

Cellini, crucifix by, for the Escurial, 68.
Bugeaud, marshal, his atrocities in Alge. Chamyl Bey, the Caucasian chief, 130
ria, 21, 26, et seq.

note, 131, et seq., 139.
Burke, E., on the religious spirit of Eng. Changarnier, general, 276, 277.
land, 536.

Charles I., Macaulay's views on, 394.
BURKE'S ANECDOTES OF THE ARISTOCRACY,

Charles II., picture of England under,
review of, 468.

398.
BURKE'S CELEBRATED TRIALS, review of, Chartists, revolutionary agitation of the,
468.

2.
Cabardia, inroad of Chamyl into, 142. Chasi Mollah, a Caucasian chief, 131.
Cabezon, siege of, by Peter the Cruel, Chateaubriand, auguries of, relative to
352.

the restoration of the Bourbons, 196.
Cabrera, renewed insurrection under, 248 Chateaubriand's Génie du Christianisme,
-his character, 250.

on, 537, 538.
Californian gold country, probable effects Chemistry, importance of, to agriculture,
of the discovery of the, 416, et seq.

5.
Cambraso, Luca, 69.

Chora-Beg, a Caucasian chief, 135.
Cambridge university, reforms proposed Christian art, superiority of, to Greek,
at, 238.

179.
Camel, flesh of the, 57.

CHRISTOPHER UNDER CANVASS, 742.
CAMPBELL, BEATTIE'S LIFE OF, reviewed, Church, fostering of art by the, in Spain,
219.

64.
Canadas, revolutions in progress in, cir- Circassians, sketches of the, and their

cumstances which have led to it, &c., struggles against Russia, 129.
727.

Civil REVOLUTION IN THE CANADAS,
Canadian rebellion, causes, &c., of the, 727.

727—compensation proposed to actors Cladich-Cleugh, description of, 742.
in, 736.

CLAUDIA AND PUDENS, 487.
Cano, Alonzo, the Spanish artist, 76. Clergy, the Armenian, 584.
Capital, Prudhon on, 310.

Clive, lord, Macaulay on, 387.
CARLISTS IN CATALONIA, the, 248.

Coats of arms, proposed restrictions re-
Castellane, general, on the atrocities in garding, 726.
Algeria, 21.

Cobden, falsification of the predictions of,
Cat, the Nubian, 54.

as to the pacific character of the era,
Catalonia, the new Carlist outbreak in, 5-his financial schemes, 362.
248.

Cocks, Mr, his translation of Quinet's
Cattle, on the management of, 266– Ultramontanism, 531, 532.

names of, at different ages, 268. Coello, Alonzo, the Spanish painter, 69–
Caucasus, the, 409.

Claudio, 77.
CAUCASUS AND THE Cossacks, the, 129. COLLEGE, the, a sketch in verse, 601.
Caxtons, the, Part IX. chap. xxxix., 33 Collo dance, the, 209.

--chap. xl., 34-chap. xli., 36-chap. - Colonial government, defects in the ex:
xlii., 39—chap. xliii., My father's isting system of, 524.
crotchet on the Hygeienic chemistry of Colonies, Whig policy regarding the, 15
books, 40-chap. xliv., 42—chap. xlv., -threatened abandonment of them,
44- Part X. chap. xlvi., 147—chap. 363.
xlvii., 150-chap. xlviii., 151-chap. COLONISATION, Mr Wakefield's theory of,
xlix. 156—chap. 1., 158—chap. Ii., 160 509.

Colonisation, remarks on, 416-French, D'Israeli, speech of, on the proposed re-
in Algeria, 30, et seq.

duction in the army, &c., 369, 371-on
Colours, early, used in painting, 449. the state of trade, 376.
Commercial policy, change in the system Division of labour, Prudhon on, 309.
of, by the Whigs, 15.

DODO AND ITS KINDRED, THE, 81.
Commerce, English policy directed to the Dolgorucki, prince, fortitude of, 675.

encouragement of, 10—its state, 374, et Duguesclin, Bertrand, 355, 356.
seg.

Durham, lord, policy, &c. of, in Canada,
Committee of defence, the Hungarian, 733, 735, 740.
698.

Duvivier, general, on the atrocities in
Compensation bill, the Canadian, 736. Algiers, 25.
Conservatism, reaction abroad in favour Dyeing, early history of, 448.
of, 529.

Edinburgh Review, influence of the, on
Constitutional association of Montreal, general literature, 383.
the, 728.

Education, systems of, in various coun-
Continent, decreased consideration of Bri- tries, 567, et seq.
tain on the, 365.

Education committee, proceedings of the,
Cony, N., murder of, 480.

in Scotland, 569.
COOPER, SIR ASTLEY, Part I., 491. Education scheme, the Church of Scot-
Coronel, Alonzo, rebellion and death of, land's, 573.
343.

Edward the Black Prince in Spain, 355.
Correggio, the angels of, 184.

Edwards, signor, MS. of, on painting,
Corruption, system of, introduced by Wil- 442.
liam III., 400, 401.

Egypt, sketches in, 47.
Cossacks, sketches of the, 134, 135. Emigrant, value of a knowledge of agri-
Council of Trent, political influence of the, culture to the, 263.
533.

Emigration, advantages of, to Great Bri-
Country gentlemen, proposed volunteer tain,509—duties of government regard-
force from the, 718.

ing, 511.
COVENANTERS' Night-HYMN, by A, 244. England, peculiarities of the early history
CRAIK's ROMANCE OF THE PEERAGE, re- of art in, 64—Macaulay's History of,
view of, 468.

reviewed, 383—-capabilities of, for colo-
Creation, on the modern theories of, 406. nisation, 509—long resistance of, to the
Critical essay, the, introduced by the Papacy, 533.
Edinburgh Review, 384.

ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES AND THEIR RE-
Croatia, the revolt of, against Hungary,

FORMS, THE, 235.
630.

English and French Revolutions, contrast
Croats, numbers, &c., of the, 703, 704. between the, 536.
Crocodile, flesh of the, 57.

English ritual, Christopher on the, 751.
Cromwell, examination of Macaulay's Epic, on the, its origin, characteristics,
views regarding, 396.

&c., 757, et seq.
Cruachan, Ben, ascent of, &c., 744, et seq. Episcopacy, Christopher on, 749.
Currency, Whig policy regarding the, 15. Eraclius, MS. of, on painting, 442.
Currents, oceanic, on, 411, et seq.

Erivan, fort of, 582, 583.
Dadian, Prince, degradation of, 144. Ernest, American thoughts on European
DALMATIA AND MONTENEGRO, 202.

revolutions by, 190—the reaction, or
Dances, national, on, 209.

foreign conservatism, by, 529.
Daniloff, Demetrius, 672.

Escoffier, captivity of, among the Arabs,
Dargo, defeat of the Russians at, 140. 22.
Darien, the isthmus of, the projected ca- Escurial, the, 68.
nal at, 417.

Eshmiadzini, convent of, 583, 584.
Delta, the Covenanters' Night-hymn by, Essay, remarks on the, 383.
244—the sycamine, by, 274.

Ethnography, remarks on, 418.
Demetrius, the Russian impostor, career Europe, decreased consideration of Bri-
of, 666, et seq.

tain throughout, 365.
- Democracy, spread of, in Canada, 729. EUROPEAN REVOLUTIONS, AMERICAN
Desjobert, A., on the war and the atroci- THOUGHTS ON, 190.
ties in Algeria, 21, 24.

Evangelists, the early representations of
Didier's visit to the Duke de Bordeaux,

the, 184.
review of, 590.

Exports, diminution in, 375, et seq.
DIES BOREALES. No. I. Christopher under Factor, necessary qualifications of the,
Canvass, 742.

262.
Diet, the Hungarian, 620.

Fadrique, brother of Pedro the Cruel,
Diocletian, the retreat of, 208.

sketches of, 339, et seq.--his murder,
Discipline, the Russian system of, 144. 351.

Family Compact party in Canada, the, Government, duties of, as regards emiz
730.

gration, 511.
Farmer, obligations of the, to the man of Grabbe, General, storming of Aculcho by,
science, 258.

139-operations of, in the Caucasus,
Farmers, formation of a volunteer force 140.
from among the, 718.

Great Britain, revolutionary agitation in,
Feodor, czar of Russia, 666.

2-reaction against it, 4-countenance
FeudaLISM IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, given to revolution abroad by, 8--na-
718.

ture of the party contests in, 9-picture
Finance, Whig policy regarding, 15. of, at the present time, 403–her capa-
Finances, the, 359.

bilities for colonisation, 509.
Financial Reform Association, schemes of Great Rebellion, examination of Mac-
the, 359.

aulay's views on the, 393.
Foreign conservatism, on, 529.

Greco, El, the Spanish painter, 66.
Form, relations of, to worship, 750, et seq. Greek art, remarks on, and its religious
France, the revolution in, 2-era of the character, 177-its inferiority to Chris-
restoration in, 6-progress of legiti-

tian, 179.
mism in, 190-an American on the Greek colonisation, system of, 513.
state of, 194-after a year's republi- Greek convent, a, 212.
canism, 275--conservative reaction in, GREEN HAND, THE, Part II., 314,
357, 529-legitimacy in, 590.

Gumri, fortress at, 582
Francis II., measures of, toward Hun- Guzman, Leonora de, mistress of Alphonso
gary, 622, et seq.

of Castile, 339, et seq-her death, 340.
Francis Joseph, the accession of, and his Habitans of Canada, character, &c. of the,

position toward the Hungarians, 700. 727.
Frankfort, the atrocities of the Red Re- Hallberg, the Baron von, 578.

publicans at, and their effects, 4. Hamilton, the Duke of, his duel with Lord
Frankfort parliament, degraded condition Mahon, 479.
of the, 358.

Hastings' trial, Macaulay's sketch of,
Free Church schools, undue favour shown 388.

by government to the, 569, 570. Head, sir Francis, on Canada, 734.
Free trade, principles of, as advocated by Hegel, errors of Prudhon regarding the
Adam Smith, 12.

system of, 308.
Free-trade system, influence of, on com- Henry V., see Bordeaux.
merce, 374, et
seg.

Henry of Trastamara, sketches of, 339, et
FRENCH CONQUERORS AND COLONISTS, 20. seq.
French Canadians, character, objects, &c. Hermentschuk, a Caucasian village, des-
of the, 727.

perate defence of, 131.
French revolution, influence of the, on Hermes and Moses, identity of, 178.
English literature, 383.

Himalaya range, the, 408.
Frohsdorf, the Duke de Bordeaux at, Hind, Dr, his theory of colonisation,
594.

512.
Fustian, REV. CHARLES, LETTERS TO THE, Historical essay, remarks on the, 383.

Letter I., 679-Letter II., 683—Letter History and poetry, relations of, 759.
III., 688—Letter IV., 694.

Holland, system, &c., of education in,
Gaddi, Agnolo, a mosaic painter, 445. 568, 569.
Galitzin, prince, 673.

Homer, characteristics, &c. of, 757, et
Garci Laso, a Spanish noble, murder of,

seg.

Horses, names of, at different ages, 268.
Geology, importance of, to agriculture, Hoste, Sir William, his naval action at

256-on the modern theories of, 406. Lissa, 207.
Georgia,struggle of the Circassians against, Hume, views of, on the Great Rebellion,
129.

394.
Germany, the revolutionary fervour in, 2. HUNGARY, relations of, to Austria, the
Gertrude of Wyoming, publication of, recent transactions, &c., 614-Part II.
229.

697.
Glass-painting, on, 446.

Hungary, statistics, population, &c. of,
Glass trade, state of the, 378, 379.

702, et seq.
Godunof, the Russian usurper, 666. Hussein Khan, an Armenian chief, 583
Godwin's Political Justice, remarks on, cebergs, sizes, &c., of, 411.
305.

Iliad, on the, its leading characteristics,
Gold, expedition up the Nile in search of, &c., 757, et seq.-its religious charac-

47-employment of, in mediæval paint- ter, 762.
ing, 447.

Imports, manufactured, increase in, 377.
Golden eagle, sketch of a, 747.

Indian ocean, the, 413.

341, et seq.

Infantry, the Spanish and English, under Leslie, Norman, death of, 119.
Pedro the Cruel, 354.

Levis, the duke de, 594, 595.
Infidelity, prevalence of, in France, 529 LIFE OF THE SEA, the, by B. Simmons, 482.
539.

Lissa, the naval action of, 207.
Inglesmendi, origin of the name of, 355. Literature, influence of the French revo-
Ireland, policy of the Whigs toward, 17. lution on, 383.
Isly, the battle of, 21, 22.

Liturgy, the English, Christopher on,
Italy, the revolutionary movement in, 2 751.

-its arrestment in the North, 4. Lombardy, education in, 568—establish-
Ivan IV., or the Terrible, sketch of, 665. ment of the Austrian despotic system
Ivan, a Cossack servant, sketches of, 583. in, 615-its revolt, 618.
Ivanowa, mistress of Peter the Great, LONDON Cries, by B. Simmons, 484.
672.

London university, Campbell's connexion
JACK MOONLIGHT, 606.

with the, 230.
JAMIESON'S SACRED AND LEGENDARY ART, Long parliament, examination of the con-
review of, 175.

duct of, 394.
Jeffrey, Lord, character of the writings Lotos Eaters, Tennyson's, 460.
of, 385.

Louis Napoleon, as president, on, 282.
Jellachich, baron, 630, 697, et seq. Louis Philippe, state of France under, 6–
Jews, early toleration enjoyed by the, in the extent of his constitutional right,
Spain, 338, 353, notes.

194.
Johnston's PhysicAL GEOGRAPHY, re- MACAULAY'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND, 383.
view of, 406.

Macaulay, T. B., on the revolutionary
Joseph II., measures of, toward Hungary, aspect of the times, 5-remarks on his
617.

contributions to the Edinburgh Review,
Judaism, connexion of, with the Grecian 386.
mythology, 178.

Machinery, Prudhon on, 310.
KABYLE WAR, review of works on the, 20. Mackintosh, Sir James, his contributions
Kabyles, account of the, 23.

to the Edinburgh Review, 386.
Kant, affinity claimed by Prudhon to, 307. Magdalene, early representations of the,
Keks, the, a Nubian tribe, 57, 58.

186.
Kerka, falls of the, 211, 212.

Maistre, the count de, notices and extracts
KIRKALDY OF GRANGE, memoirs of, re- from the works of, 191, 195, 198, 530,
viewed, 112.

et seq, 532_his Considerations sur la
Kirkaldy, sir James, 113.

France, 538.
Kneves, sir Edmond, trial of, 477. Maitland's History of the Dark Ages, re-
Knighthood, the orders of, proposed re- marks on, 439.
strictions regarding, 725.

Majjar races, numbers, &c., of, in Hun-
Knout, the, in Russia, 144.

gary, 703-language, the general intro-
Knox, connexion of, with the death of duction of, there, 704.
Beaton, 117.

Manners, ancient and modern, picture of,
Konigsmark, count, career of, 471.

by Macaulay, 402.
Kossuth, the Hungarian leader, 697. Manufactures, state of, 375, et seq-in-
Labour, Prudhon on, 306, 309.

creased importation of, 377.
Lady of Shalott, Tennyson's, 458.

Marciana MS. on painting, the, 442.
Lafontaine, M., in Canada, 736.

Maria Coronel, the legend of, 349.
Lamberg, general, murder of, 698. Maria de Padilla, career of, 343, et seq.
Lamoricière, general, his proposed sys- Maria Theresa, devotion of the Hunga-

tem of colonisation in Algeria, 30. rians to, 616.
Lance, superiority of the, to the sabre, Marlborough, the duke of, Macaulay's
145.

account of, 399.
Land, rent and property of, Prudhon on, Mary Queen of Scots, sketches of, 120,

312.
Landlord, qualifications necessary for the, Mary Tudor, career of, 473.
262.

Mauritius, the Dodo in, 84.
Lara, Juan Nunez de, 340, et seq.

Mazaros, Hungarian minister, 697.
Last Supper, early paintings representing Mechanics, aid given by, to agriculture,
the, 185.

258.
League, the Manchester, 370.

MEDECIN DU VILLAGE, translation of the,
Leather, ancient employment of, for hang- 542.
ings, 448.

Melgund, lord, his proposed changes on
Le Begue, Jehan, MS.of, on painting, 441. the Scottish system of education, 567,
Legendary art, on, 175.

569.
LEGITIMACY IN FRANCE, 590.

MEMOIRS or KIRKALDY OF GRANGE, 112.
Legitimism, progress of, in France, 190. MERIMÉE's PETER THE CRUEL, 337.

et seq.

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