« 上一页继续 »
liUrn1utf anir It1.
PROF. JOHN S. HART AND MRS. C. M. KIRKLAND.
PUBLISHED BY JOHN SARTAIN & CO.
INDEX TO VOLUME VIII.
JANUARY TO JUNE, 1851.
SCENES IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST.
Christ Curing One Sick of the Palsy. Dell Wilson,
Todd, D.D, - - - - - 8
Christ Healing the Sick Man let down through the
Roof. Mrs. Elizadeth H. Bailet. - - S The Return ol'the Prodigal Son. Rev. John Todd, D D, S Christ Blessing Little Children. Ha:,n\h F. Gould, 8 Christ and the Pharisees. Ret. John Todd, D.D., - 6 Christ Foretelling the Destruction of the Temple.
Ret. John Todd, D.D., - - - - 15 The Woman Pouring Precious Ointment on Christ's
Head. James T. Janvier, - • -15-
Ret. James Lewers, - 231
Christ Putting to Silence the Priests and Elders.
Rkt. John Todd, D.D, - - - - 236 Christ's Message to John the Baptist. Ret. John
Todd, D.D., 295
The Woman of Canaan. Mrs. E. F. Ellett, - - 296
Brother. Rev. John Todd, D.D,
Christ casting out the Dumb Spirit. James T. Jar.
Christ Declaring who should be Greatest. Rev. John
LIFE OF MAN AND OF THE YEAR.
January, p. 54; February, p. 77; March, p. 149; April, p. 227; May, p. 291; June, p. 355. By Miss Henkiette A. Hadri.
Enigma for January, by Eliza L. Sproat, p. 16, solution, p. 139; Enigma for February, by Miss Sproat, p. 105, solutions by Mrs. Doer. Miss Mart A. Bancropt, and Estellr, p. 292, and by John Mackintire, and E. H. ChapMan, p. 287; Enigma for March, by Erastus W. EllsWorth, p. 209, solutions by Ella, J. W. B, op New OrLeans, Chaeles D. Gardettr, Ada Moeris, Mrs. Julia C.
R. Doer, H. Haert Browne, M s, and E. II. Chapman,
pp. 349, 350; Enigma for April, by Mr. Ellsworth, p. 240; Enigma for May, by Ernestine Fitzgerald, p. 304; Enigma for June, by Eliza L. Sproat, p. 308.
Amy, a Tale. Two Illustrationj. By Mrs. C. U.
Butler, - ID
Reminiscence of West Point. By Amy Lothrop, - 30
Emma C. Emrurt,
Biographical Anecdote. By Remrrandt Pealr,
Governor Briggs, of Massachusetts. With a Portrait.
By J. Startwell, -
J* A Few Words about Tobacco. Illustrated. By John
82 William aiid Mury Uowitt. With a Portrait By
The Wife's First Grief. With an Engraving. By
Napoleon and Prince Louis. With an Engraving.
By Reynrll Co\tes. M.D,
Northern Loves and Legends, No. 3. By Fredrika
Worldly Religion. By D. H. Baelow,
Self-Esteem. By Champion Bissell, ...
The Disguised Frigate. By Chaeles J. Peterson, -
The Ferry. A Western Sketch. By A Missionary,
Growing Old Gracefully. By Mrs. C M. Kirkland,
Serials and Continuations. By Champion Bissell, -
Quartz Hill. Bv D. H. Baelow,
American Authorship. By Champion Bissell,
Mountains. By John H. Rheyn.
The Streets of Paris. By Mrs. Kirkland,
The Seasons. With an Engravod Frontispiece. By
Erastus W. Ellsworth. ....
By William P. Mulcrinock,
Sigournkt, - .....
The Hoart and the World. By Augusta Browne,
Alone. By James H. Durand,
The Dream. Illustrated. By Mrs. Mart G. Hors
The Ontter** Saturday Night Illustrated. By
Iuikert Davidson, D.D., - - - 51 The Mother and Child. With an Engraving. By
Mrs. Julia C. R. Dork, • - • - 56 The Pray'T of Marmaduke. A Ballad. By Mart
Iiowitt, - - 57
A Morning Song. By C. L. Whkler, - - - 97
Chant of the Dkriqs. By Uay\rd Taylor, - 98
To St. Valentine. By Erastuh W. Ellsworth, - 99 The Seasons. By Edith M At, - - - -99
The Bonnie Bairns. By L. Virhinia Smith, - - 104
A Sonnet. By Mart Spenskr Pease, - - - l05
Greeting to America. By Frkihuxa Bremer, - 117
The Poet's Prayer. By Cimii'iox lirssrLL, - - 1!7
The Resting Plane. By Marguiet Juxkix, - . 164 The Tower of Lahneck. A Paraphrase. Bv Editu
Mat, - - - - - - 175
Oh Visit Me in Dreams. By Miss E. W. Barxrs. - 170
A Chines Serenade. Illustrated. By R. II. Stoddard. !77
Snow Flakes. By II. W. Parkkr. - - - 189
A Song of the Desert. By Mas. Mart E. Hewitt, - l*!>
To the Unforgoiten. By T. Hempstead, . - 198
Judith and Holofernes. By Mus. Sarah T. Bolton, - 207 Our Little Brother. With an Engraving. By Mrs.
Sarah T. Bolton, - - - - - 208
Unrest. By Hrlen Baert, .... 2!0
The Token of Hope. By Sara II. Browxr, - - 227 The Mother's Cry. By This Author Op "tuk Broken
Much Ado About Nothing. By Elizi L. Sproat, • 244 The Granite Block sent by the Swiss Government for
the Washington Monument. By William
Dowe, - - - - - - 244
Death of the British Brutus. A Dramatic Sketch.
By W. Gilmorp. Simms, - - - - 249 The Resurrection of Christ. With an Engraving.
By Cauolinr Mat, .... 262
To a Fallen Star. By Edward Pollock, - - 274 Rothcrmtd's Apotheosis of Labour. By William F.
Return nf a Victorious Armament to a Greek City.
With an Engraving. By Mrs. E. W. Townsend. 279
8ing to Me. Bv Sara II. Browxr, - - - 280
To Mi. By II. W. II.. 303
The Best Boon. By Mart Young, - - - 3!9
Advent of May. By Rev. Sidney Dter, - - 320
The Song ofthn Flirt. Bv II. T. Tlckerman, A.M., - 320 At Evening l ime it shall be Light. By Ret. a B.
Batch Rlder, - - - . 336
Hymn to the Alp*. By Mrs. E. C Kinxet, - - 378
The Fire from Heaven. By William Dowe, - - 300 Elijah Raising the Shunamilo's Son. By Carouse
Come to the South. Words by Carpexter, music by
Perkinu, ------ 2
The Glrl Praying. From the German of Matthissox.
By J. S. Dwioht, - - - - - 134
Lay of the Imprisoned Huntsman. Words by WalTer Soott, music by Schurert, ... 216
Irene. From the German of !ipelossohh, by John S.
Dwtoht. Music by Franz Art, ... 281
Agatha. Words by John S. Dwioht, music by Franz
Ahl when thou art mine own. Love. Words translated from the German of Henri Heine by J. 8. Dwioht, music by Kuckex,
The Sentiment of Various Musical Composers. By
John S. Dwioht, - 132 Schubert's Songs—The Musical Season—Jenny Lind
—Opera—Classic Music. By John S. Dwioht, 213
Rossini. By John S. Dwioht. .... 282
The Muptcal Trinity. By John 9. Dwioht, - - 343
Music in Boston. By John S. Dwioht. - - 406
Floury's Picture nf Rembrandt Painting his Mother's
Portrait. By H. A. H., - - - - 71
Henry Klrke Brown, the Sculptor. By N.clrayrlaxc, 135
Ths Philadelphia Art Union. By John Sartun. - 138 Frith's Vtllage Merry-moking." and " Love's Light
Summer Cloud." By H. A. II., • - - 218 Wlnterhalter'a Picture of the Royal Family. By
H. A. II., 284
Ary ScheftYr s Weeper of Wirtemburg. By II. A. H., 344
January, p. 67; February, p. 139; March, p. 219; April, p. 284; May, p. 345; June, p. 410. By Propessor Haht.
Jenny Lind, p. 139; Italian Opera in Philadelphia, p.
139; F.-inale Prose Writers of America, p. 222; Population of Philadelphta, p. 222; The Cheap Postage Bill, p. 222; The Philadelphia High School, p. 286; Washington an a Humourist, p. 2SS; Correction in regard to Mr. Tyson's History of the American Colonies," p. 348. By PuoPEsaou Uakt.
The Seasons. Illuminated Page. By DortirDor.T,
Literature and Art. Line. By Shaw, - Title-page.
The Mother's Pet. Mezzotint. By Sartain, - - 56
Preparing Moses for the Fair. Line. By Flemmino, 71
A Valentine. A Coloured Print. By Mcclrllah, • 73
William and Mary Howitt. Line. Bv Stepl, - 100
The Wife's first Grief. Mezzotint. By Butter, - 106
Napoleon and Prince Louis. Mezzotint. By Sartain, 109
love's Light Summer Cloud. Line. By Flemming, 145 Time Clipping thy Wings of Love. Mezzotint. By
Our Little Brother. Mezzotint. By Sartain, - 208
The Resurrect ion of Christ. Lino. By Johnson. - 262 Return of a Victorious Armament to a Greek City.
Line. By Graham, - 270
Isabel. Line. By Flamming, .... 2S9
The Weeper of Wirtemburg. Mezzotint. By SarTain, - - - - - 344
Elijah Raising the Shu nam He's Son. Line. By
Johnsox, ------ 400
Open Your Mouth and Shut Your Eyea. Mezzotint.
By Sartain, - - - - - 353
Lesbia. Line. By Flemmino, - 3o0
Tobit and the Angel. Line. By Johnson, - - 410 N.B.—The pages here given show where each Plate is to bo inserted in binding.
Scenes In The Lipe Op Christ.—January, Seven Illustrations, pp. 5-lt; February, Seven Illustrations, pp. 81-87; March, Six !llustrations, pp. 152-159; April, Six Illustrations, pp 230-236; May, Six Illustrations, pp. 295-301; Juno, Seven Illustrations, pp. 359-305.—Total, 39.
Lipe Op Max And Op The Year.—January, p i; February, p. 76; March, p. 148; April, p. 226; May, p. 290; June, p. 354.—Total, 6.
Enigmas.—January, p. 10; February, p. 105; March, p. 209; April, p. 240; May, p. 304; June, p. 368.—Total, 6.
Fashions.— January. Three Illustrations, p. 72 and cover; February, Two Illustrations, pp.143, 144; March, Four Illustrations, pp. 223, 224: April, Two Illustrations, p. 288; May, ,S-ven Illustrations, pp. 351, 352; June, Seven Illustrations, pp. 411, 412.—Total, 25. Rembrandt Palntins his Mother's Portrait, p. 4, Illustrating Art Notice, - - - 71 The Blind Steed. Illustrating Mr. Brooks's poem, - 17 Two Illustrations of Mrs. Butler's story of Amy, 19, 23 The Dream. Illustrating Mrs. Hereford's poem, - 32 Two Fares Under One Hood. Illustrating Mrs. Embury's story, - - - - 33 The Hunter's Sontr. Illustrating Miss Carey's poem, 40 Milton's House. Accompanying poem by Miss Lynch, 48 Portrait of Governor Briggs. With a Biographical
The Bonnie Bairns. With a poem by Miss L. Vir-
Chinese Serenade. Illustrating Mr. Stoddard's poem, 177 Scenes in the Life of John Bunyan. Five Illustrations, 19I-1P7
Horace Vernet. A Portrait, with a Biographical
Judith and Holofernes. Illustrating article on Vernet, 20*i The Couching Lion. Two Illustrations, - - 37U
Total.—19 Plates, and 99 Woodents.