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INDEX TO VOL. LXXXI.

Aberdeen ministry, the fall of the, 504. ATHELINGS,THE, Part VIII., 42—Part IX.,
ABOUT, M., LE ROI DES MONTAIGNES, by, 189—Part X., 282—Part XI., 465–
449.

Part XII., 569— Part Last, 719..
Accessory Transit Company, the, 546. AURORA LEIGH, review of, 23.
Actiniæ, the, are they animal or vege- Austria, present position of, 129.

table! 59—motion among the, 61– Austrian Lloyd's steamers, the, 209.
their supposed poisoning power, 62— Austrians, conduct of the, in the Prin-
do they digest i 680.

cipalities, 219 et seq.
Actinophrys, the assimilative powers of BACCHUS, THE CONQUEST OF, 335.
the, 681.

Baffin, the arctic discoveries of, 372.
ÆSTHETICS AMONG THE ALPS, 265.

Baikal, lake, Russian flotilla on, 133.
Affghan dog, the, 618.

Barnaby Rudge, remarks on, 494.
Affghanistan, motives of the expedition Belcher, Sir E., the expedition in search

to, 139—the revolution in, 140- of Franklin under, 373, 377.
threatened by Persia, 141—the first Belgian press, proposals at the Paris
occupation of, 612.

conferences against the, 130.
Aroor, 434—chap. ii., 444—Part II. Beloochistan, sketches in, 616, 620, et
chap. iii., 553—chap. iv., 561.

seg.
Africa, characteristics of the scenery of, Bible, examples of the sublime from the,
265.

270.
Albert Land, 374.

Bill Sykes, on, after Anacreon, 175.
Algeria, the French colonisation of, 134. Bliss's REMAINS OF Thomas HEARNE,
ALL Fool's Day, OR THE RIVAL ROB- review of, 587.
BERS, 393.

Bombay, sketches at, 614.
Alpine scenery, sources, &c. of the su- Borlase's account of the Scilly Isles,
blime in, 268.

671, 672, 675.
ALPs, ÆSTHETICS AMONG THE, 265—the, BORTHWICK'S CALIFORNIA, review of, 380.

as the symbols of power in nature, ib. Boscha, General, 548.
America, the discovery of by the North- BOTANY AND BRIGANDS IN GREECE 449.
men, 367, 368.

Bowring, Sir John, the conduct of, in
AMERICAN EXPLORATION-CHINA

China, 506, 507, 587.
JAPAN, 702.

Brahuis, the, 618.
Amoor river, advance of Russia to the, Brigandage in Greece, sketches of, 449.
133.

British race, wide diffusion of the, 132.
Anglo-Saxons, peculiar characteristics of Broken Heart, Barry Cornwall's, 360,
the, 366-spread of the, 132.

361.
Animal, distinction between and vege- BROWNING, Mrs. BARRETT, AURORA
table, 59.

Leigh, by, reviewed, 23.
Anne, Queen, Hearne on the death of, BUCHAREST, FROM PERA TO, 205–sketches
596.

in 212.
Annuals, disappearance of the, 309. Burglary, prevalence of, 236—remedies
Antarctic Sea, dangers of the, 372. against, 180.
Antheas, motion of the, 61.

Burke on the sublime, remarks on, 268
Araxes, advance of Russia to the, 137.
ARCTIO ADVENTURE, 366.

Cabeta, Sebastian, the voyages and dis-
Army, increased respect for the, 307– coveries of, 369.
danger of reducing the, 380.

Caique, the, at Constantinople, 208.
Art, true relation of, to nature 265—the California, sketches in, 480.

future possibilities of, 275—its pre- Cannon, the case of, 177.
sent tendencies, 276.

Carriages, on, 437-number of, in Bu-
ART-TREASURES, THE MANCHESTER EXHIBI- charest, 213.
TION OF, 758,

Caspian Sea, subjugation of the, to
Ascidians, peculiarities of the, 60.

Russia, 137.
Asia, THE War in, *135—increased Castillon, Señor, in Nicaragua, 547.
prestige of Russia in, *136.

Catherine, the empress, aggressions of,
Assimilation of animals, on the, 681. on Persia, 137.

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Caxton, Pisistratus, What will he do Cromlech, a, 562.
with it? by, Part I., 649.

Cross, frequent repetition of, on seulp-
Central America, the transit routes by, tured stones in Scotland, 604.
546.

CROW PLUCKED WITH MR. JOHN BULLA,
* CENTRAL ASIA, LIFE IN, 612.

298.
Chagres, sketches at, 482.

Cuba, views of the United States on, 342
Chamorro, Señor, in Nicaragua, 547. Culdees, the, 606.
Charles II., Rochester's lines on, 592. Cumberland Strait discovery of, 371.
Charles XII., description of, by Hearne, Curaan, loch of, ancient church near, 607.
593.

Dalyell, Sir John, on the stinging power
Chaussée, the, at Bucharest, 215.

of the Anemones, 62.
China, picture of, 508—the war with, its Danby's Opening of the Sixth Seal, on,
injustice, 587.

271, 281.
Chinese, sketches of, in San Francisco, Dane, maritime spirit of the, in England,

483—not barbarians, 508, 510-cha- 366.
racter of the, 707.

Dante, character of the imagination of,
Chinese question, feeling of the country 271, 272.
on the, 505-review of it, 507, 709 et seq. Davis

, Captain John, the voyage of, 371
Christianity, early state of in Great Davis' Straít, the discovery of, 371.
Britain, 605, 606.

Despotisms of the Continent, the, 128.
CHRISTMAS TALE, a, 74.

DICKENS, REMONSTRANCE WITH, 490.
Chuzzlewit, remarks on, 494.

Digestion, definition of, 681–do the
CLERICAL LIFE, SCENES OF, No I. The Actiniæ, &c. digest ? 683.

Sad Fortunes of the Rev. Amos Barton, Digger Indians, the, 486.
Part I., l-Part II., 153—No II. Mr. Ditchley, origin of the name of, 597.

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.
Cobden, the rejection of, at Hudders- Dumbrovitza, the, 205.
field, 587.

E. B. H., Meleager's Lament for Helio-
Cock of the Hustings, the, an election dora, by, 489.
lay, 631.

Egypt, tendency, of all the great powers
Collinson, Captain, the arctic expedition toward, 134.
of, 374.

ELECTIONS, LAYS OF TAE, 631—The Cock
COLUMBUS, 626.

of the Hustings, ib.-In Memoriam,
Columbus, impulse given to maritime 632-A Wail from Cottonopolis, 633–
adventure in England by, 369.

The Maid of Huddersfield, 634.
Commerce, pacific tendencies of, 127— Elections, review of the results of the,
progress of, 1817 to 1856, 384.

636.
CONQUEST OF BACCHUS, THE, 335.

England, development of the spirit of
Conservatives, the, in the new parlia- commercial enterprise in, 369.
ment, 638.

Erivan, acquisition of, by Russia, 137.
Constantine, the Grand Duke, Sir R. Erskine, Captain, at Greytown, 545.
Peel's attack on, 233.

Esquimeaux dogs, 377.
Constantinople, sketches in the harbour EUROPEAN Politics, 125.
of, 208.

Evangeline,the illustrated edition of,311.
Convicts, treatment of, 390.

Expenditure, comparative, 1817 and
Cookery, national, 444.

1856, 384.
CORNWALL, BARRY, 356.

Exports, value of, 1817 and 1856, 384.
Corral, General, 548.

Fair, sketches of a, at Bucharest, 218.
Costa-Rica, war between, and Walker, Fair Rosamond, portrait of, 599.
549.

Fear in connection with the sublime, on,
Costa-Ricans, capture of the Transit

268,
steamers, by, 543.

Filibusters, the, in Nicaragua, 546.
Cottonopolis, a Wail from, an election Florida discovery of, by Čabeta, 370.
lay, 633.

Food for the pedestrian, 444.
Course of Time, Foster's illustrations to Force in nature, relations of, to power,

the, 314.
Cowper's Task, Foster's illustrations to, Foreign politics, present aspect of, 125.
312.

Forest scenery on, 559.
Credit Mobilier of France, the, 127. Foster, Birket, his illustrations to The
Criminals, our recent treatment of, 176 Task, 312—to Grahame's Sabbath,

-dieting of, in jail, 180—classification 313—to Course of Time, 314.
of, proposals for their treatment, &c., France, present feeling of, toward Russia,
185—modern treatment of, 238.

125—the colonisation of Algeria by,
Criticism and critics, modern, 23.

134-military power of, 388.

266.

a, 130.

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.
373.

Homes of men, the, 567.
Free press, hostility on the Continent to Hotel d'Angleterre, the, at Pera, 206.

Hudson, the arctic discoveries of, 372.
French, Colonel, 549.

Hydra, the alleged paralysing power of
Frobisher, Martin, the voyages of, 370. the, 64.
Galatz, town of, 205.

Icebergs, dangers from, to the early
Gambling and gambling saloons in San northern navigators, 368,
Francisco, 483, 484.

Iceland, early discovery of, by the
Gardens, pictures of, 566.

Northmen, 367.
Garotting, remedies proposed against, Illustrated works, the new class of, 510.
179–prevalence of, 237.

Imagination, relations of the Alps to the,
Genius, relations of the power of, to 271.
power in nature, 272.

Imeritia, subjection of, to Russia, 137.
Georgia, subjection of, to Russia, 137. In Memoriam, an election lay, 632.
Germany, present position of, 129. Income-tax, the clamour against the, 384
Ghika, prince Alexander, 222.

-it injustice, 385.
Giant's Castle, the, Scilly Isles, 674. India, position of the English in, 132
Gilbert's illustrations to the Book of Job, the danger of, from Russia, 147.
310—to Evangeline, 311.

Iona, sculptured stones at, 607.
Giurgevo, sketches at, 210.

Italy, present condition of, 129_South-
Glacier, the, as a manifestation of power ern, characteristics of the scenery of,
in nature, 267.

265.
GOLD, THE LAND OF, 480.

James, Captain, the arctic voyage of, 372.
Grahame's Sabbath, illustrated edition Japan, sketches in, 716 et seq.
of, 313.

Job, the Book of, illustrated, 310.
Grain, village church in isle of, 563. Joux Bull, A CROW PLUCKED WITH, 298.
Granada, the Vega of, 556.

JOHN DE CASTRO, A QUAINT RECHAUFFE,
Grand Etange, a night-scene at the, 555. 99.
Great Britain, pacific tendencies of, 126 Johnston, T. P., Columbus, by, 626.

-prospects of, with reference to the Jones, Professor, Rymer, on the Actiniæ,
Continent, 129—failing influence of, &c. 58, 59.
with Persia, 138—review of the recent Kabul, political importance of, 612.
conduct and policy of, 299 et seq.-- Kane's Arctic explorations, 366, 373, 377.
comparison between state of, 1817 and Kars, effects of the capture, of, *136.
1856, 384.

Kazan, the church of, 563.
GREECE, BOTANY AND BRIGANDS IN, 449. Khiva, the attempts of Russia on, 137.
Greenland early discovery of, by the Kilbride, sculptured stones at, 610.
Northmen, 367, 368.

Kilmartin, sculptured stones at, 610.
Grenada, night in the island of, 555. Kilmichael, remains at, 610.
Grenada, capture of town of, by Walker, Kilmorich sculptured stones at, 609.

548—its siege by the Costa-Ricans,551. Kilmory remains at, 609.
Greytown, Sketches at, 542.

Kurrachee, sketches at, 614. ,
Guernsey, the police system of, 178. Lamb day at Kidlington, 598.
Gypsies, the, in Bucharest, 214.

LAND OF GOLD, THE, 480.
HABERSHAM's My Last CRUISE, 702. Land allotments, proposed, to discharged
Hala mountains, the, 616.

soldiers, 389.
Hamilton, Mr.,drawings of arctic scenery Landsborough, Dr., on the stinging
by, 373.

power of the Anemones, 62.
Handel, Hearne's account of, 599. Leech's Pictures of Life and Character,
Hangtown, sketches at, 485.

316.
Hearne, Thomas, account of, 590—ex- Liberals, present position of the, 637.

tracts from his Diary, 591, et seq. Ligne, the Prince de, Sir R. Peel on, 234.
HELIODORA, MELEAGER's LAMENT FOR, Ligut House, LETTERS FROM A-No. I.,
551.

225—No. II., 380—No. III., 504—-No.
Henningsen, General, defence of Grenada IV., the present state of parties, 636.
by, 551.

Lismore, the valley of 558.
Henry VII., rise of the spirit of Mari- Little Dorrit

, remarks on, 497 et seq.
time adventure in England under, 369. Lochcollissor, sculptured stones near,
Herat, designs of Persia on, and the first 608.

siege of, 138, 139--origin, &c., of the London crime and criminals in, 183.
claim of Persia on, 141—its capture, Longfellow's Evangeline illustrated, 311.
143_description of it, 144.

Lumley's Inlet, discovery of, by Fro-
HESTER BENFIELD, 339.

bisher, 371.

" 384.

Lynch law in California, advantages of, Nary, former state and present neglect
487.

of the, 299.
Lysander and Ione, Barry Cornwall's, Negroes, present state of the, in the
361, 362.

West Indies, 307.
M'Clure, Sir Robert, the discovery of Neufchatel question, the, 125—danger of

the North-west passage by, 373. war from the, 135.
MacDonald,F. R., Maid Barbara, by,122. New Orleans, sketches in, 539_depar-
Maga's Birthday, 777.

ture of the Nicaraguan expedition
Maid BARBARA, 122.

from, 540.
Maid of Huddersfield, the, an election New Seaside Studies, sce Seaside.
lay, 634.

New York, voyage to California from,
Malta, the Catacombs at, 564.

482.
Manchester, the election for, 587. Newfoundland, discovery of, by Cabete
MANCHESTER EXHIBITION OF ART-TREA- 370.
SURES, THE, 758.

NICARAGUA, A RUN TO, 539.
Manchester party, defeats of the, at the Nicholas Nickleby, remarks on, 494.
elections, 639.

Niebuhr and Roman history, on, 229.
Marcian Colonna, Barry Cornwall's, 360. Norman, the English, characteristics of,
Marine zoology, increased study of, 58. 366.
Maritime spirit, prevalence of, in Eng- Norsemen, maritime spirit of the, 366.
land, 367.

North-eastern passage, attempt at dis-
Marlborough, Hearne on, 594.

covery of the, 370.
Martin, the paintings of, 280.

North-west passage discovery of the
MELEAGER'S `LAMENT FOR HELIODORA, 373.
489.

Northern navigatore, the early, dangers
Mesembryanthemum, the, 60.

of, 368.
Mexico, conduct of Great Britain regard- Northmen, naval adventures and discov
ing, 300.

eries of the, 367.
Michael Angelo, by Barry Cornwall,362. Official men,general character, &c. of, 93
Military establishments, danger of reduc- Old Curiosity Shop, remarks on the, 194.
tion of 380-cost of, 1817 and 1856, Old soldiers, sketches of, 441.

Oliver Twist remarks on, 494.
Military service, immunity from, 381. Olympia, the plain of, 556.
Military spirit, the Norman character- Osborn's Discovery of the North-west
ised by, 366.

passage, 366, 373.
Milton on Sir Hugh Willoughby 370. Owen, Professor, on the stinging power
Mingrelia, subjection of, to Russia, 137. of the Anemones, 64.
Ministry, position of the, 636.

OXFORD AND THOMAS HEARNE, 587.
Mirandola, Barry Cornwall's, 360. Pæstum, the temples at, 562.
Missiri's Hotel, at Pera, 206.

PALGRAVE, SIR FRANCIS, AND HIS BOOKS,
Mohocks, Hearne's account of the, 595. 731.
Moldavia, sketches in, 210.

Palmerston, Lord, dissolution of parlia-
Moldavian boyard, a, 210.

ment by, and his conduct in it, 504–
Moldo-Wallachians, the, 205.

position of, 636.
Morality, indifference to, in public men, Panama, voyage, &c. to California by,
95.

481, 482.
Morgan's Welshmen's Jubilee, 597. Pandemonium, Barry Cornwall's, 362
Morny, the Count de, Sir R. Peel's Paper duty, proposed abolition of the,
attack on, 234.

387.
Mountains, analogy between and genius, Parliament, the dissolution of, and review
265--the ascent of, 553.

of its career, 504—the new, 636.
My Last CRUISE, review of, 702. Parry, Sir Edward, arctic discoveries of
Nackchivan, acquisition of, by Russia, 372.
137.

Parties, the present state of, 636.
Napier, Sir Charles, Sir R. Peel's attack Pathans, sketches of the, 617.
on, 235.

Peace, the, its true bearings on Euro
Naples, the conduct of Great Britain re- pean politics, 125-general tendencies
garding, 300, 303—alleged true state toward, 127.

Peasantry of the Principalities, the, 294.
Napoleon III., difficulties, &c. of 126— Pedestrian, dress for the, 444–scenes
views of, on the Russian

peace,

*135- enjoyed by the, &c., 553.
conduct of Great Britain regarding, Pedestrianism, want of sympathy with,
302.

434--pleasure, &c., of it, et sq.
Nature, the Alps as the symbol of power Peel, the late Sir Robert

, pledge of, re-
in, 265.

garding the income-tax, 385.

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of, 302 et seq.

ry, 550.

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Peel, Sir Robert, the Birmingham speech Rivas, President, 548, 549—his treache-

of, 233.
Penzance, a lodging house at, 671. Rivas, defeat of Walker at, 548–battle
PERA, FROM, BUCHAREST, 205– of, 549.
sketches in, 206.

Roads, wantof, in the Principalities, 211.
Periodical literature, present state of,228. Roberts' Destruction of Jerusalem, on,
Persia, the war with, 125—continued 271.

aggressions of Russia on, 137—grow. Rochester, Lord, his epigram on Charles
ing predominance of Russia over, 138 II., 592.
—the intrigues, &c. of, against Aff- Ross, Sir James, the antarctic voyage
ghanistan, 141 et seq.

of, 372.
Peter the Great, the attempt of, on Rouman rące, the, 223.
Khiva, 137.

ROUTINE, 86—the outcry against it, 87–
Philosophical Institutes, the, 229. its necessity and advantages, 88—the
Pickwick Papers, remarks on the, 491– abuse of it, 89.
a first perusal of the, 492.

Russell, Lord John, conduct of, with re-
PICTURE-Books, 309.

gard to Russia, 382—position of, 638.
Pim, Lieutenant, 377.

Russia, movements of, towards Persia,
Placerville, sketches at, 485.

125–present position, &c. of, ib.--in-
Plains, beauties, &c. of the, 556.

ternal prospects of, 128-tendency
Poetry, necessity of close study for ex- and views of, toward the East, 132
cellence in, 368.

—the advance of, by her Southern
Poets of the Nineteenth Century, the, frontier, *135-her advance in Asia,
an illustrated work, 315.

*136-warlike tendencies of, 135—
POLITICAL PANTOMIME, A, 393.

views of, on the Principalities, 225–
Pollok's Course of Time, illustrated edi- circumstances which led to the war
tion of, 314,

with, 381.
Portuguese Countess, a, 435.

Russian cemetery, a, 565.
Pottinger, Eldred, at the first siege of Sacheverel, Dr., the case of, 594.
Herat, 139.

Sacramento, sketches at, 485.
Poujade, M., account of Bucharest by, St. LEONARDS, LORD, 243.
213.

St. Mary's Sound, 673.
Powers, Sugden's treatise on, 247. St. Petersburg, a cemetery at, 565.
Pratt, Mrs., on the stinging power of the San Francisco, sketches in, 482.
Anemones, 62.

San Juan river, proceedings of the Costa
Principalities, the proposed union of the, Ricans on the, 544.
223.

Santa Maura, a garden in, 566.
Proctor, B. W., see Cornwall, Barry. Sardinia, present position, &c. of, 125.
Prussia, present position of, 129. SCILLY Isles, SEASIDĘ STUDIES AT THE,
Public business, how conducted, &c., 93. 669.
Pullen's tree, 599.

SCOTLAND, THE SCULPTURED STONES OF,
Quarterly Reviews, present state of the, 602-early state of the church in, 606.
228.

SEA ANEMONES, New Facts AND OLD
Queluz, garden at, 567.

FANCIES ABOUT, 58-on the digestion
Radicals, losses of the, by the elections, of the, 680.
639.

SEASIDE STUDIES, NEw, No. 1.—The
Raffaelle and the Fornarina, by Barry Scilly Isles, 669.
Cornwall, 362, 364.

Shipping, progress of, 1817 to 1856, 384.
Randall's Narrative of Voyages toward Sicilian Story, Barry Cornwall's, 360.
the North-west, 366.

Sind, sketches in, 615 et seq.
Regan, John, case of, 177.

Slavery, conduct of Great Britian re-
Religious temples, various forms of, &c., garding, 301, 305.

Smoking match, a, 598.
RELIQUÆ HEARNANIÆ, review of, 587. Snowdon, an ascent of, 554.
Reproduction, means of, in the Ane Soldiers, discharged, proposed recom-
mones, 70.

pense of, 389.
Retrenchment, the cry for, 380. Spain, condition of, as to government,
Revenue, comparative, 1817 and 1856, 128-2 wood ramble in, 560.
384.

Spalding Club, volume on the sculp-
Revolution, danger of, on the Continent, tured stones of Scotland by the, 602.
129.

Spencer, Captain, proceedings of, at
Rhymes and Roundelayes, an illustrated Greytown, 543, 544.
work, 815.

Staff, abuses in appointments to the, 90.
RIVAL ROBBERS, THE, a political panto- Standing armies, former jealousy of, 381.
mime, 393.

STEWART'S PRACTICAL ANGLER, 748.

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