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INDEX TO VOL. LXXXI.
Aberdeen ministry, the fall of the, 504. ATHELINGS,THE, Part VIII., 42—Part IX.,
Part XII., 569— Part Last, 719..
table! 59—motion among the, 61– Austrian Lloyd's steamers, the, 209.
cipalities, 219 et seq.
Baffin, the arctic discoveries of, 372.
Baikal, lake, Russian flotilla on, 133.
Barnaby Rudge, remarks on, 494.
to, 139—the revolution in, 140- of Franklin under, 373, 377.
conferences against the, 130.
Bill Sykes, on, after Anacreon, 175.
Bombay, sketches at, 614.
671, 672, 675.
as the symbols of power in nature, ib. Boscha, General, 548.
Bowring, Sir John, the conduct of, in
China, 506, 507, 587.
Brahuis, the, 618.
British race, wide diffusion of the, 132.
Leigh, by, reviewed, 23.
Burke on the sublime, remarks on, 268
Cabeta, Sebastian, the voyages and dis-
Caique, the, at Constantinople, 208.
future possibilities of, 275—its pre- Cannon, the case of, 177.
Carriages, on, 437-number of, in Bu-
Caspian Sea, subjugation of the, to
Catherine, the empress, aggressions of,
Caxton, Pisistratus, What will he do Cromlech, a, 562.
Cross, frequent repetition of, on seulp-
CROW PLUCKED WITH MR. JOHN BULLA,
Cuba, views of the United States on, 342
Dalyell, Sir John, on the stinging power
of the Anemones, 62.
483—not barbarians, 508, 510-cha- 366.
Dante, character of the imagination of,
, Captain John, the voyage of, 371
Despotisms of the Continent, the, 128.
DICKENS, REMONSTRANCE WITH, 490.
Digestion, definition of, 681–do the
Sad Fortunes of the Rev. Amos Barton, Digger Indians, the, 486.
Gilfil's Love-story, Part I., 319–Part Dogs at Bucharest, the, 216.
II., 416—Part III., 521—Part IV., 685. Donkeys, adventures with, 436.
E. B. H., Meleager's Lament for Helio-
Egypt, tendency, of all the great powers
ELECTIONS, LAYS OF TAE, 631—The Cock
of the Hustings, ib.-In Memoriam,
The Maid of Huddersfield, 634.
England, development of the spirit of
Erivan, acquisition of, by Russia, 137.
Esquimeaux dogs, 377.
Evangeline,the illustrated edition of,311.
Expenditure, comparative, 1817 and
Exports, value of, 1817 and 1856, 384.
Fair, sketches of a, at Bucharest, 218.
Fear in connection with the sublime, on,
Filibusters, the, in Nicaragua, 546.
Food for the pedestrian, 444.
Forest scenery on, 559.
-dieting of, in jail, 180—classification 313—to Course of Time, 314.
125—the colonisation of Algeria by,
134-military power of, 388.
Franklin, Sir John, the first arctic voyage Hills, associations, &c. of, 556.
of, 372—the expedition in search of, Holy Vale, the, Scilly Isles, 673.
Homes of men, the, 567.
Hudson, the arctic discoveries of, 372.
Hydra, the alleged paralysing power of
Icebergs, dangers from, to the early
Iceland, early discovery of, by the
Imagination, relations of the Alps to the,
Imeritia, subjection of, to Russia, 137.
-it injustice, 385.
Iona, sculptured stones at, 607.
Italy, present condition of, 129_South-
James, Captain, the arctic voyage of, 372.
Job, the Book of, illustrated, 310.
JOHN DE CASTRO, A QUAINT RECHAUFFE,
-prospects of, with reference to the Jones, Professor, Rymer, on the Actiniæ,
Kazan, the church of, 563.
Kilmartin, sculptured stones at, 610.
548—its siege by the Costa-Ricans,551. Kilmory remains at, 609.
Kurrachee, sketches at, 614. ,
LAND OF GOLD, THE, 480.
power of the Anemones, 62.
tracts from his Diary, 591, et seq. Ligne, the Prince de, Sir R. Peel on, 234.
225—No. II., 380—No. III., 504—-No.
Lismore, the valley of 558.
, remarks on, 497 et seq.
siege of, 138, 139--origin, &c., of the London crime and criminals in, 183.
Lumley's Inlet, discovery of, by Fro-
Lynch law in California, advantages of, Nary, former state and present neglect
of the, 299.
West Indies, 307.
the North-west passage by, 373. war from the, 135.
ture of the Nicaraguan expedition
New York, voyage to California from,
NICARAGUA, A RUN TO, 539.
Niebuhr and Roman history, on, 229.
North-eastern passage, attempt at dis-
covery of the, 370.
North-west passage discovery of the
Northern navigatore, the early, dangers
eries of the, 367.
Oliver Twist remarks on, 494.
passage, 366, 373.
OXFORD AND THOMAS HEARNE, 587.
PALGRAVE, SIR FRANCIS, AND HIS BOOKS,
Palmerston, Lord, dissolution of parlia-
ment by, and his conduct in it, 504–
position of, 636.
of its career, 504—the new, 636.
Parties, the present state of, 636.
Peace, the, its true bearings on Euro
Peasantry of the Principalities, the, 294.
*135- enjoyed by the, &c., 553.
434--pleasure, &c., of it, et sq.
, pledge of, re-
garding the income-tax, 385.
of, 302 et seq.
Peel, Sir Robert, the Birmingham speech Rivas, President, 548, 549—his treache-
Roads, wantof, in the Principalities, 211.
aggressions of Russia on, 137—grow. Rochester, Lord, his epigram on Charles
ROUTINE, 86—the outcry against it, 87–
Russell, Lord John, conduct of, with re-
gard to Russia, 382—position of, 638.
Russia, movements of, towards Persia,
125–present position, &c. of, ib.--in-
ternal prospects of, 128-tendency
—the advance of, by her Southern
*136-warlike tendencies of, 135—
views of, on the Principalities, 225–
Russian cemetery, a, 565.
Sacramento, sketches at, 485.
St. Mary's Sound, 673.
San Juan river, proceedings of the Costa
Santa Maura, a garden in, 566.
SCOTLAND, THE SCULPTURED STONES OF,
SEA ANEMONES, New Facts AND OLD
FANCIES ABOUT, 58-on the digestion
SEASIDE STUDIES, NEw, No. 1.—The
Shipping, progress of, 1817 to 1856, 384.
Sind, sketches in, 615 et seq.
Slavery, conduct of Great Britian re-
Smoking match, a, 598.
pense of, 389.
Spalding Club, volume on the sculp-
Spencer, Captain, proceedings of, at
Staff, abuses in appointments to the, 90.
STEWART'S PRACTICAL ANGLER, 748.
561 et seq.