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Austria, Sismondi on the politics of, Brodzinski, a Polish poet, 340
53.

patriotism of, 341.
Autobiography of Sir J. Barrow, re- Browning, Robert, Plays and Poems
viewed, 348 — gossip contained in of, reviewed, 357

is he a poet,
such works, 350. See Barrow. 367 — has made great progress, 368

- several publications of, 369-

Sordello by, ib. - obscure but rich
B.

in style, 370 — dramatic characters

of, 374 — his wholeness and power
Balbo, Cesare, the Hopes of Italy by, of thought, 375 — his tragedy of
reviewed, 1. See Italy.

Luria, 376 — analysis of this play,
Barrow, Sir John, Autobiography of, 377 - extracts from it, 378 – his

reviewed, 348 — interest of the humor, 394 — other poems of, 395,
period in which he lived, 350 – 397 — has the elements of great-
irrelevant matter recorded by, 351 ness, 399 — his power as a drama-

- occupations of, 353 — mistaken tist, 400.
about facts, ib. - his ludicrous Burke, Edmund, compared with
style, 354

- sneers at Whitbread, Sheridan, 74.
ib?

reports a king's after-dinner
speech, 355 - promoted Arctic dis.

C.
coveries, 356.
Barthélemy, the author of Anachar. Caila, M. de, murder of, 36.
sis, 402.

Campagna of Rome, Sismondi on
Beau Séjour, capture of fort, 222. the, 52, 65.
Becker, Prof., Gallus and Charicles Camp, The, not written by Sheridan,

by, reviewed, 401 writes fictions 72
to illustrate history, 402 — more Capobianco, Father, narrative of the
learned than entertaining, 403 - voyage of, noticed, 245.
analysis of his stories, 404 — ana. Carey, H. C., The Past, the Present,
chronisms of, 407 — injustice done and the Future, by, reviewed, 426.
to, by his translator, 410 — por Carlovingian invasion of Italy, 8.
trays the civilization of the anci. Chalmers, the Loyalist historian, 445.

Changeling, The, by J. R. Lowell,
Bells and Pomegranates, by R. 481.

Browning, reviewed, 357 - Charicles, by Prof. Becker, reviewed,
not be estimated from fragments,

401

defects and merits of, 408.
374 - cited, 378, 395.

Charlestown prison, 153 — mortality
Beverly, destruction of trees in, 193. in, 154 – periods of confinement
Biographies, multiplication of, 348 in, 157 — insanity at, 162 — con.

- length and tediousness of, 349. vict earnings in, 173 — pays its
Biographie Universelle, Sismondi's own expenses, 175.
contributions to the, 54.

Chester county prison, insanity in,
Birch-Tree, The, by J. R. Lowell, 167.
479.

Chesterton, G. L., on the Separate
Blacks, mortality among the, 156 Syetem, 184.
insanity of, 163.

China, condition of the poor in, 419.
Boston, Reports on the Public Schools Chrematistics distinguished from po-

of, 446 — high standard of educa. litical economy, 64.
tion in, 447 pays insufficient Christianity, doctrine of, respecting
salaries to the teachers, 448 the poor, 421 — respecting slavery,
pays its professional men better, 422 -- gave a meaning and reality
449 teachers not seen in the to “ home," 423 — swift to aid the
best society of, 451 — Latin School

ents, 411.

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wonders effected by it
of, 452 - studies pursued in the in Polynesia, 425.
schools of, 455.

Claude, licenses of, in art, 124
Botany should be taught in schools, merits and defects of, 143.
201.

Clay, John, on prison discipline, 188.

poor, 424

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on

359

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Cleveland, Dr., on the insanity of Emerson, George B., on the Trees of
prisoners, 172.

Massachusetts, reviewed, 190
Cleveland, Gen., anecdote of, 439, planting woodlands, 196
note,

workers in wood, 198 — tasteful
Congress, Revolutionary, frequent as well as useful report by, 199 —
changes in the, 443.

on autumn foliage, 205 — his de.
Constable as a landscape-painter, 135. scriptions of woody plants, 208
Cooksland in Australia, by John D. describes the Mayflower, 209–
Lang, 482.

and sweet viburnum, 210 — sci-
Critic, The, by Sheridan, 87.

entific merits of, 213 — wrote the
Critics, original good intentions of, Report on the Boston Schools, 453
358 — ornithological description of, - on the mode of examination, 454

- review authors, not books, on the study of physiology, 455,
360 — supposed to be ignorant and 457 - - on moral instruction, 456.
prejudiced, 361 – dislike novelty, England, critical period in the his-
irregularity, and roughness, 362 – tory of, 350 - success of, in dis-
compare poets with their predeces. covery and colonization, 482
sors, 363 — how they judge of especially in Australia, 483.
versification, 364 — should try to Ethical philosophy, Mackintosh on
discover beauties, 366

are the

the progress of, 270.
world's representatives, 465. Europe, Sismondi on the Literature
Culture essential to genius, 261 – of the South of, 54 - opinion in,
and to intellectual eminence, 262. about prisons, 178.

Evangeline, by H. W. Longfellow,

reviewed, 215 – history on which
D.

it is founded, 221 — analysis of,

234 – merits of, 236 — rhythmi.
Dandelion, To the, by J. R. Lowell, cal structure of, 237 - characters
480.

in, 240 — cited, 241.
Danton's prophecy to Louis Philippe, Extreme Unction, by J. R. Lowell,
308.

474.
Darwin, Australian squatter describ-
485.

F.
Death penalty, Mackintosh on the,

277 proposed abolition of, in the Farnham, Mrs., on the Philadelphia
French Revolution, 310.

prison, 159.
Deception not required in painting, Form not above color, in painting,
126.

128.
De Monts, governor of New France, Fox, Charles James, forms a coalition
217.

with North, 93.
Distribution of wealth, 65.

French, History of the, by Sismondi,
Domenichino censured by a modern 55.
critic, 115.

French Revolution, the, frightful as.
Drama, characters in

pect of, 288 - monstrous occur.
Browning excels in the, 400. rences of, 289 - its history not yet
Drury Lane Theatre bought by written, 290 funeral honors paid
Sheridan, 85.

to Voltaire in, 299 September
Duenna, The, by Sheridan, 83 massacres of, ib. — how the ab.
wit and brilliancy of, 84.

olition of the death-penalty would
Dwight, Louis, services of, in prison have affected, 310 Grange-
reform, 177.

neuve's plan for forwarding, 311

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military enthusiasm excited by,
E.

313 – teaches politicians a lesson

against war, 315 – and against
Education, state of, in Italy, 25. political clubs, 316 — and against
Edwards, Jonathan, Mackintosh's theorists and speculative philan:
critique on,
269.

thropists, 319 — its horrors caused

ed by,

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by the abuse of abstract principles,

H.
320.
French settleinents in Acadia, 217. Halhed, the school-fellow of Sheri.
French wounded vanity, 484, note. dan, 77.

Hall, Captain, on prison discipline,

186.
G.

Hostings, impeachment of, 97.

Herameters in the ancient languages,
Gallus, by Prof. Becker, reviewed, 237 - difference between ancient
401 — analysis of the story, 404 and modern, 238 — in English and
anachronisins of, 407.

German, 239.
Gaspar Poussin, landscapes of, 139 Hill, M. D., on prison discipline,

- criticism on, 140 — neglects the 187.
skies, 141.

Hindostan, condition of the poor in,
General truths, use of, in painting, 418.
127.

History, copious details needed in,
Geneda, political disturbance in, 36, 291 - not to be presented abstract.
56, 70.

ly, 292 — affectation of profound
George the Third, stubbornness of, writing in, 293 -- ancient, hard to
350.

write, 401 — historical fiction lak.
Gibbon cornplimented by Sheridan, ing the place of, 402.
100.

Home a Christian institution, 423.
Girondists, Lamartine's History of Hubbard, the historian, on colonizing

the, reviewed, 288 — propose to from Massachusetts, 431.
abolish the death-penalty, 310 Hunt, Leigh, on Sheridan's dramatic
fanatical project of two, 311

works, 72.
favor war, 313 - were theorists
and speculative philanthropists,

1.
319.
Goodrich, Chauncey A., edition of Infanticide in Greece and Rome, 417.

Dr. Webster's Dictionary by, no. Infidelity in America, 428
ticed, 256.

more decent and moral, 430.
Government, Sismondi on, 32, 40. Insanity in the Philadelphia prison,
Grafton, Sheridan's satire on the — at Charlestown, 162 mis.
Duke of, 77.

taken for reformation, 164 - in
Grand-Pré, kidnapping of the peo- Chester county prison, 167 — in
ple of, 227.

the New Jersey prison, 168 — in
Grangeneuve, fanatical project of, Rhode Island, 171 – Dr. Cleve.
311.

land on the causes of, 172 - at
Gray, F. C., on Prison Discipline, Pentonville, 183.

reviewed, 145 — merits of, as a Irish oratory characterized, 102.
scientific inquirer, 148 — caution Italian Republics, Sismondi's His.
and accuracy of, 149 – on the tory of the, 45 — merits of the
health of the convicts, 152 -com- work, 49.
pares the Philadelphia prison with Italy, The Hopes of, by C. Balbo,
that at Charlestown, 153.

reviewed, 1 – instructive history
rates of mortality in these prisons, of, 2 – want of union in, 3-cen.
154-on the amount of social inter- tralization prevented by the moun.
course allowed, 159 — on insanity tains and rivers of, 4 – hemmed
there, 161 - on partial mental dis- in by the Alps, ib. — parted by the
ease, 163

- on the New Jersey Apennines, 5 — struggles for in-
prison, 168 - on the productive. dependence, 7 — temporal power
ness of convict labor, 173 — on of the popes in, 8 - history of, in
European opinions about prisons, the 15th century, 9 — debasement
179 - on Pentonville prison, 181. and corruption of, 10 — the litera.
See Prison.

ture of, 11 - martial virtues of,
Guelph and Ghibelline wars, 9. 12 – patriotic struggles of, 13 -

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severe

internal communications in, 14 tralia by, reviewed, 482— Austra-
prejudices wearing out in, 15 lian squatters described by, 486 —
differences of dialect and race in, Leichhardt's letters to, 490.
16 — growth of national feeling Language, mystical and pedantic
in, 17— patriotic tone of the liter. use of, 296.
ature of, 19 – depends too much Law, effects of the study of, 31.
on the past, 20 - present state of Law of Nature, Sir J. Mackintosh
letters in, 23 — moral and social on the, 268.
condition of, 24 – education in, Lawrence, Gov., resolves to remove
25 - the universities in, 26 – pop- the Acadians, 221 - deliberates
ular instruction in, 27 — middle with the British admirals, 225 -
classes in, 20 — clergy of, 29

instructions by, 228
the liberal profession in, 31.

writes to Shirley, 232.

Lawrie, Sir Peter, on prison disci.
J.

pline, 189.

Leichhardt, Ludwig, Expedition in
Jacobin club, Lamartine's account of

Australia by, reviewed, 482 — first
the, 316.

journey of, 489 — on the natives
Jewish revelation favored the poor,

of Australia, 490 – collections
419.

made by, 491 - party and equip-
Julia Severa, by Sismondi, 62.

ments of, 492 difficulties en-
countered by, 493 — narrow escape

of, 494 — supposed to be dead, 495
K.

- incidents in his journey, 496 —

celebrates the queen's birthday,
Karpinski, a Polish poet, 335.

498 – - on the aspect of the starry
Kingsmill, J., on prison discipline, heavens, 499 — comes to salt water
188.

again, 500 — loses his dog, 501 -
Kochanowski, Jan, a Polish poet, 329 arrives at Port Essington, 502-

- plays and lyrics of, 330 — ten. honors and rewards of, 503 — be.
derness of, 331.

gins a second expedition, 504.
Krasicki, a Polish poet, 333.

Lincoln, Prof. J. L., Selections from

Livy by, noticed, 247.

Linley, Miss, Sheridan's attachment
L.

to, 78 — elopes with and marries

him, 79.
Lamartine, Alphonse de, History of Literature, influences of, 22.
the Girondists by, reviewed, 288 Lidy, Lincoln's Selections from, no.

lively and interesting, 291 - ticed, 247.
affectedly mystical and oracular, Locke Amsden, or the Schoolmaster,
294 -specimens of his nonsense, noticed, 248.
295 improves as he proceeds, Longfellow, Henry W., Evangeline
296 his portrait of Robespierre, by, reviewed, 215 — subject select-
297, 303– describes Voltaire's fu. ed by, 233 - metre chosen by, 237
neral, 299 — his portrait of Louis - his command of rhythm, 240.
Philippe, 305 — does not cite his Lorenzo de' Medici, selfishness of, 9.
authorities, 309— speculations of, Louis Philippe, Lamartine's account
on the death-penalty, 310 — de- of, 305 — Danton's prophecy to,
scribes the Jacobin club, 316.

307.
Land, aggregation of, in few hands, Lowell, James R , Poems by, review.
65.

ed, 458 — has made great progress,
Landscapes cannot be painted truth- 471 - great merits of, 472 – cited,
fully, 121 – in water-colors, 130 ib., 473 – boldness and vigor of,

rise of a taste for, 135 — Bo- 475 – unwisely meddles with po-
logna school of, 139 — modern litical philanthropy, 477 — descrip.
painters of, 144.

tive power of, 478 — specimens of
Lang, John D., Cooksland in Aus. his poetry, 479.
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of, ib.

Lurin, a tragedy by R. Brown'ns, reviewed, 401 barbarous and

376 — analysis of, 377 — extracis vulgar style of, 409 — cool effron-
from, 378.

tery of, 410.
Mickiewicz on Polish literature, 323

- on the poems of Kochanowski,
M.

330.

Mignet, M., on Sismondi's life and
Mackintosh, Sir James, Miscellane- labors, 32 - cited, 49, 56, 72.

ous Works of, reviewed, 261 — Millbunk prison, the separate system
has left no adequate memorial of in, 179.
himself, 264 — negligent of fame Minas, depopulation of the district
and lacking energy, 265 – labored of, 228 – ravaged and the houses
for immediate effect and utility, burned, 229.
266 — social position and influ. Mitchell, Sir T., Australian expedi.
ence of, 267 political principles tion of, 503.

- his Lectures on the Law Monckton, Col., commands the army
of Nature, 268 – his critique on against Acadie, 226.
Jonathan Edwards, 269 — his Dis- More, Sir Thomas, Mackintosh's Life
sertation on Ethical Philosophy, of, 272.
270 — unfitted for abstract specu. Mortality in prisons, 154.
lations, 271 - his Life of Sir T.
More, 272-excels in biography,
274 -
on the Revolution of 1688,

N.
275 — merits of his style, 276 -
on capital punishment, 277 – de. Napoleon in 1815, 57 conversation
velopment of his intellect and of, with Sismondi, 58.
character, 279.

Naruszewicz, a Polish poet, 334.
Maconochie, Capt., on prison disci. Nero-Jersey prison, deaths and insani.
pline, 187.

ty in, 168.
Malczewski, a Polish poet, 338 Nichol, J. P., on the Solar System,

analysis of his poem of Maria, noticed, 250.
339,

Nieboska Komedyia, reviewed, 323
Mann, Horace, services of, in the the author of, 342.
cause of education, 446.

Niebuhr, B. G., Lectures on Roman
Maria, a Polish poem, 339.

History by, reviewed, 280
Massachusetts, the trees and shrubs ing erudition of, 281 – faulty style

of, 190 — physical and social well. of, 282 — errors in his Lectures
being in, 191 — clearing woodland pointed out, 283 - familiar with
in, 193 — sacrifice of timber in, genealogy and modern history,
194 — high price of fuel in, 195- 284.
emigration from, 197 — ideas about Niemcewicz, a Polish poet and patriot,
school education in, 200 — Re- 3:37 — vicissitudes in the life of,
ports on the Natural History of, 338.
214 -- conquest of Acadie by, 218 Nova Scotia. See Acadie.

- determines to reinove the neu.
tral French, 221

- troops raised
in, 222 — arrival of the exiles in,

0.
230 their sufferings in, 232
the colony of, sent out swarms of Oil preferable to water-colors, 130.
emigrants, 431.

Osborn, W.C., on prison discipline,
Matthews, Capt., Sheridan's affair 187.

with, 79.
Mayflower, or epigæa repens, 209.
Medicine, effects of the study of, 31.

P.
Melayer system of holding land, 37.
Metcalfe, Rev. F., translations of Painters, Modern, by a Graduate of

Becker's Gallus and Charicles by, Oxford, reviewed, 110 — its author

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