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man amongst them ? The first Na- I speak of take the bounty from us, poleon used to complain of what he and draw their pay from the enemy. called “les frondeurs” in the army What has brought this reproach of Italy, the fellows who were so that we hear every day, of a beautifully candid that they al- want of policy on the Conservative ways thought the enemy did every- benches, but these men who bridge thing better than themselves—not over party, and contrive to make merely fought better, but fed their the Opposition benches a sort of people etter, doctored them bet- outpost of the Treasury? They have ter, and rewarded them better. got up the cant, Pam is doing our
To do him justice, he made very work. Ay, but I answer, and he is short work with such folk when he taking the wages too. There is no once got hold of them. We, on the such need as people say to make contrary, caress and fondle them, common cause against the Radicals. we listen to their sentiments, and John Bright is a clever fellow mould our own to their liking; enough, but neither he nor his foland even when we see them cross lowing ought to frighten us for the over and join our adversaries, we future of the Constitution. Both are so magnificently generous, that the monarchy and the coal-fields we not only forgive the defection have a good many years before but actually exalt the deserters. them, and “the Great Tribulation Would Pitt have suffered this ? Coming” will not proceed out of would the Great Duke have en- Manchester, nor will Richard Cobdured it ? Are the Whigs of our den be its Prophet. own day so Christian-like in for- I am far more afraid of small degiveness that they would make fections than of great defeats, and I room on their benches for men own I'll never believe in the discipwho never rise but to vote against line of party till the day comes them?
that we hang a mutineer ! The cry of our day is, " There is Once for all, then, I say, no carno party;” but how can there be esses, no flatteries for those men who party, when the men who take no are not true to you. No blandishoath of allegiance to a leader are ments for those delicate followers deemed as faithful as the sworn who require to cross over from time soldier who fights bravely to the to time to the Government benches death? There is no army if there for a little warmth and sunshine, be no discipline, and this is exactly as invalids go to Italy for climate. what we see amongst the Conserva- No converse with the political ventives. The rewards are not given triloquists who sit on one side of to the valiant, nor are the rene- the House and talk from the other. gades handed over to the provost- If these people get acceptance, marshal.
once that they are unmasked and We have not outgrown party in exposed, political honesty is but England. To say we are too liberal,
a sorry affair.
Party, in its honor too enlightened, for party, is to ourable signification, cannot exist talk balderdash; but party has ceased where they prosper; and of the to have its distinctive marks, be- constituencies that return them, I cause certain people have invented say, as Chief Baron O'Grady did a uniform that enables them to of the disreputable counsel of a fight with either army, and take worse client-“ May you never be pay from both! For, these hybrids separated."
INDEX TO VOL. XCVI.
Adelung, Johann Cristoph, 334. Biographical dictionaries, on, 343.
Biographies, French and German, 342.
Bismarck, policy of, as regards Den-
Boxall, W., portrait by, 92.
Branwhite, Mr, painting by, 97.
Brett, Mr, the Bay of Naples by, 99.
Brillat - Savarin, the Physiologie du
Brisson, Barnaby, 334.
in it, &c., 24 et seq.
pects of, in England, 84—and reli- Bullion, imports and exports of, 502.
gion, the relations between, 573. Burghersh, Lord, as ambassador at
Florence, 289, 290.
Butler, Mr, on the public school sys.
CARLINGFORD, CHRONICLES OF: THE
PERPETUAL CURATE, Part XIII.,
111- Part XIV., 199— Conclusion,
CENSURE, THE VOTE OF, 243.
“Challenge,” the, at Westminster
Chambers, Ephraim, the Encyclopædia
of, 339, 347.
Cheap article warranted, &c., the,
77 note, 81.
Child-murder, frequency of, in Germany, Demi-monde, the, 287,
Denmark, review of the conduct of
Despotism, cheapness of government
Dickens, the tales of, 187.
Dictionaries, remarks on, 330—of Quo-
system, tations, on, 330.
Dictionary, the first, 326.
Digpified Attitude, the, 760.
D’Israeli, Isaac, his account of the
Divorce, the new law of, in England,
Dolomite Mountains of the Tyrol, the,
Drinking, prevalence of, in Germany,
Duelling, former prevalence of, and its
CITIES AND CAMPS OF THE, 1863-64, Dumas on the Demi-monde, 287.
Dutch, the, in the United States, 655.
Dyce, Mr, the frescoes of, 100.
Early, General, 659.
revenue from the Dedicated Monas- LORD, BY, 573,
Eating, excess of, in Germany, 519.
OFFICERS, THE, 18*.
Elizabeth, Queen, Kingsley's defence of,
Elmore, Mr, Excelsior by, 89.
various editions of it, 317.
England, light in which regarded on the
in the intervention in Mexico, 79–
-notice of, 40—bis confiscation of -her conduct towards Denmark re-
Etymologists, eccentricities of, 330.
Excellent training ship, gunnery in-
Exports, ratio of their increase, 495.
man, class from which taken, 535. ca of, 330.
Faed, Thos. and John, the works of,
system of, at Westminster, 458–
at the Charterhouse, 464-at Win-
Fergusson, Colonel, the Life of, 337.
Fitzpatrick's Memoirs of Whately, re-
view of, 472
519 et seq.
Florence, former state of, 289, 291. Hugo, VICTOR, ON SHAKESPEARE, 164.
Hunt, C., the Banquet Scene by, 94–
-as the representative of the Romish Immortality, Whately on, 476.
Imports, increase of, 1840-1863, 495.
IN THE GARDEN, 447.
Indifferentism, the prevalent, 1.
Insurance offices of London, the, 371.
Ireland, abuse of, 188.
Italian convention, O'Dowd on the, 590.
Italy, taxation in, 390.
Jackson, the pugilist, dietary of, 613.
Jameson, Mrs, the works of, 575 et seq.
Moses by, 90 et seq. — painting by, Jeffrey and Talleyrand, anecdote of,
JESUS, THE LIFE OF, 417.
Johnson, authority of his Dictionary,
Jones, E. B., the paintings of, 98.
Kean, Charles, anecdote of, 279.
Keble, influence of, over Newman, 301.
Kinglake, Mr, his amendment on the
KINGSLEY, Rev. CHARLES, AND DR
Kippis's Biographica Britannica, 343.
Kotzebue, General, his opinion of the
Lake scenery of the Tyrol, the, 725.
struction in gunnery organised by, hibition, 95.
LANGUAGE, MULLER's LECTURES ON THE
Lee, General, notices of, 657 et seq. —
battle of Gettysburg, 658 et seq.
and Orpheus, 87.
658 et seq.
LEONARDO DA VINCI, Padre Bandelli Mulgrave, Lord, 289.
proses about, 103—his reply, 107. MULLER'S LECTURES ON THE SCIENCE
OF LANGUAGE, 2d series, 400.
Munich, sketches in, 735 et seq.
Musicians and their works, 277.
MY LATEST VACATION EXCURSION, 517
- Part II., 718.
Naples, lightness of taxation under the
Bourbons in, 391.
eral policy, 72—his intervention in
Italian Convention, 590.
NAVAL OFFICERS, EDUCATION
TRAINING OF, 18*.
New words, how originated, 331 et seq.
Newman, Dr, his reply to Kingsley,
292—and Archbishop Whately, 480.
Newton, Mr, paintings by, 97.
Northern Farmer, Tennyson's, 563.
Now, a, and a then, 289.
O'Dowd, CORNELIUS, UPON MEN AND
to the throne of Mexico, &c., 80 et seq. Part VI., a grumble, 1-of our bro-
nisi, 6-on climbing boys, 9-lin-
new, 13-gambling for the million,
climate and capabilities of, 74 et and three volumes, 184-abuse of Ire-
the pistol, 190--the unlucky number,
work, 277— the modern Crichtons,
-a now and a then, 289— Part IX.,
&c., 392-centenaries and commemo-
397-Part X., from Turin to Rome
reformatories, 596 – some pros and
viceroyalty, 603— Part XI., scientific
dignified attitude, 760—Mr Banting,
Old conjurors and new, the, 13.
O'Neil, H., the Landing of the Princess
Alexandra by, 96.