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NO. ART.
257. V. Indian Costumes and Textile Fabrics, cxxvi. 125.
266. IX. - - Judges, British and Native, cxxx. 539.
264. III. Industry, Competitive, of Nations, cxxix. 366.
274. VII. Inns of Court and of Chancery, cxxxiv. 483.
268. V. Insane, The, Non-Restraint in the Treatment of, cxxxi.

418.
243. IX. Ireland, cxix. 279.
250. VIII. - The Cromwellian Settlement of, cxxii. 518.
255. VI. - -, Tenant Compensation in, cxxv. 187.
260. VI. Irish, The, abroad, cxxvii. 502.
252. V. - Church, The, cxxiii. 454.
267. IX. - Land Question, The, cxxxi. 256.
275. VII. - University Education, cxxxv. 166.
235. VII. Iron, its Uses and Manufacture, cxyi. 204.
282. I. — Mask, The, cxxxviii. 301.
249. III. Italian Art, Early, cxxii. 74.
229. IX. Italy, The Kingdom of, cxiii. 253.
231. IX. — , Church Reformation in, cxiv. 233.

265. III. Jacquemont's, Victor, Letters, cxxx. 57.
229. II. Japan and the Japanese, cxiii. 37.
277. VIII. — , Reform in, cxxxvi. 244.
279. I. Jerusalem, The Recovery of, cxxxvii. 1.
234. 1. Jesse's Memoirs of Richard III., cxv. 293.
243. V. Jewish History, Dean Milman and Dean Stanley on, cxix.

137.
274. I. Jowett's, Professor, Translation of Plato, cxxxiv. 303.

II. Juana la Loca, cxxxi. 341.
239. VI. Judaism, Modern, cxvii. 180.

268.

254. I. Kaye's History of the Sepoy War, Vol. I., cxxiv. 299.
271. IV.

- cxxxiii. 90.
282. VIII. Kew Gardens, cxxxviii. 510.
240. I. Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea, cxvii. 307.
241. - Note to the above article, cxviii. 303.
262. IV. Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea, cxxviii. 379.
263. II. Kingsdown's, Lord, Recollections of the Bar, cxxix. 40.
244. VIII. Kirk's Charles the Bold, cxix. 530.

275. II. Lace-making as a Fine Art, cxxxv. 37.
233. IX. Lady of La Garaye, The, cxv. 243.
264. IV. Lafayette, Madame de, Memoir of, cxxix. 399.
253. VIII. Lamb, Charles, cxxiv. 261
274. VI. Land, Tenure of, Essays on, cxxxiv. 449.
271. VI. Laugel's Problems of Nature and Life, cxxxiii. 145.
232. III. Lavergne on the Agriculture of France, cxiv. 348.
255. I. Lawrence, Sir John, Foreign Policy of, cxxv. 1.
268. I. -

Lord, The Viceroyalty of, cxxxi. 305.
281. v. -- Sir Henry, Life of, cxxxviii. 120.
248. V. Lecky's Influence of Rationalism, cxxi. 426.

NO. ART.
265. II. Lecky's History of European Morals, cxxx. 36.
225. VII. Legal Reform, Progress of, cxi. 189.
235. III. Lewis, Sir G. C., his Astronomy of the Ancients, cxvi. 80.
241. V. -

on Forms of Government, cxviii. 138.
283. I. Libraries, Ancient and Modern, cxxxix. 1.
277. VII. Life and Disease, Researches on, cxxxvi. 216.
230. IX. Lincoln, President, Election of, and its Consequences, cxiii.

555.
245. VII. Livingston, Edward, Life of, cxx. 189.
267. VI. London Topography and Street Nomenclature, cxxxi. 155.
245. IV. Lord, Our, History of, in Art, cxx. 94.
256. VII. Louis XV., The Reign of, cxxv. 470.
270. VI. Lubbock's, Sir John, Prehistoric Times, cxxxii. 439.
241. IX. Lyell on the Antiquity of Man, cxviii. 254.
261. IV. Lytton's Chronicles and Characters, cxxviii. 109.

260. VII. M

225. X. Macaulay, Lord, cxi. 273.
232. I. -

- -, his History of England, Vol. V., cxiv. 279.
242. IV. Macknight's Life of Lord Bolingbroke, cxviii. 404.
258. III. Madagascar, The Christians of, cxxvi. 376.
278. IV. Magnetism, Terrestrial, cxxxvi. 407.
253, I. Mahomet, cxxiv. 1.
227. XI. Mai, Cardinal, his Edition of the Vatican Codex, cxii. 256.

VII. Malleson's French in India, cxxvii. 537.
246. VI. Man and Nature, cxx. 464.
252. IV. Marie Antoinette, Correspondence of, cxxiii. 423.
265. X. Marriage Law of the Empire. The, cxxx. 254.
272. IX. Martin, Theodore, his Horace, cxxxiii. 530.
251. X. Mary Tudor and Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, cxxii. 248.
280. II. Maury on Sleep and Dreams, cxxxvii. 330.
233. VIII. May's Constitutional History of England, cxv. 211.
251. II. Mazarin, Cardinal, The Youth of, cxxiii. 34.
278. VII. Medicine and Surgery, The Progress of, cxxxvi. 488.
233. V. Mendelssohn's Letters, cxv. 127.
255. VIII. Meteoric Showers, cxxv. 252.
276. IV. Miall, Mr., on Disestablishment, cxxxv. 366.
271. VIII. Military Forces of the Crown, The, cxxxiii. 207.
266. XI. Mill, John Stuart, on the Subjection of Women, cxxx. 572.
283. IV. -

-, Autobiography of, cxxxix. 91.
263. VII. Milman, Dean, his Annals of St. Paul's, cxxix. 170.
226. II. Milton, the Youth of, cxi. 312.
283. VII. Minto, First Earl of, Life and Correspondence of, cxxxix.
MOLIET. LE ai Dexti BaiTEL CE. 107. 224. IL EX . Na Ann S

181.

234. VI. Mommsen's Roman History, cxv. 440.
260. III. Monks of the West, The, cxxvii. 397.
232. II. Montalembert's Monks of the West, cxiv. 318.
234. IX. Monuments, Public, cxv. 541.
271. IX. Morris's Earthly Paradise, cxxxiii. 243.
225. I. Mortality in Trades and Professions, cxi. 1.
229. VII. Motley's History of the United Netherlands, cxiii. 182.

a re, exii. 361. 2 . IIL

- On the Sau5 cé La DIZE. CIT. 67. 214.

- Lis SCO LAD I . 417. 24. X. Mooi Lecretas, I . 727. IV. Moro BOL, SI PLis intest Gto. Discoveries, cxii.

IL M252 Britannica. S 2:36. IL Museos, Tze, in SD, Ti. 348. 241. L Xavier's Mesures of Caterbouse, CITIE. 1. 247. TIL. Napier, Sir Wiam. Le C E . 74. 25%. L Naposton Corresposezoe, TEE, CITTi. 2.2. 254. IV. Napoison IIL, Lis Juzes Casar, cart. 3.. 245. IIL Nastnşth's Plysical History of the Moon, al. 72. 285.

- Note to the above arricie, crl. 426. 229. X. Naval Organisation, ex.. 22. 278. IX. - Tactics, The Past and Future of, cxxxvi. 559. 243. VII, Negro Race, The, in America, csis. 203. 270. IV. Newman, Dr., his Grammar of Assent, cxxxi. 382. 241. VII. Nile, The, Sources of, cxviii. 207. 276. VI. Oceanic Circulation, cxxxv. 430. 285. 1. Ocean Warfare, cxl. 1. 232. IV. O'Donoghue's Memoirs of the O'Briens, cxiii. 370. 266. I. Ecumenical Council, The, cxxx, 297. 266.

Note to the above article, cxxx. 602. 273. II. O'Flanaghan's Lives of the Irish Chancellors, cxxxiv. 44. 236. VII. Oliphant, Mrs., her Life of Edward Irving, cxvi. 426. 259. II. Oysters and the Oyster Fisheries, cxxvii. 43.

247. I. Palgrave, Sir F., his History of England and Normandy,

cxxi. 1. 250. VII. Palgrave's Arabia, cxxii. 482. 262. VI. Papacy, The, and the French Empire, cxxviii. 451. 268. III. Parieu, M. de, on Taxation, cxxxi. 370. 284. IV. Parisians, The,' cxxxix. 383. 246. IX. Parliament, The Five-Year Old, cxx. 566 249. XI.

- Dissolution of, cxxii. 257. 255. III. - -, The Private Business of, cxxv. 85. 202. IX.

-, The Expiring, cxxviii. 539. 263. - Noto to the above article, cxxix. 302. 255. IX. Parties, Position and Prospects of, cxxv. 269. 256. IV, Pasteur on Spontaneous Generation, cxxv. 389. 245. X. Pastorals, The Three, exx. 268. 248. X. Patents, The Law of, cxxi, 578. 233, I. Paterson, William, Lifo and Writings of, cxv. 1. 242. VIII. Phillimore's Reign of Goorgo III., cxviii, 523, 272. II. Photography, Applications of', oxxxiii. 338. 230. VII. Piozzi, Mrs., Autobiography and Letters of, cxiii. 501. .

NO. ART.
257. VI. Plunket, Lord, Life and Speeches of, cxxvi. 151.
229. IV. Political Ballads of England and Scotland, cxiii. 87.
230. III. - Diaries—Lord Auckland and Lord Colchester,

cxiii. 360.
277. VI. Pombal, The Marquis of, Memoirs of, cxxxvi. 179.
277. IV. Popes, The, and the Italian Humanists, cxxxvi. 114.
245. III. Post-Office Reform, Results of, cxx. 58.
253. VII. Precious Stones, cxxiv. 228.
254. IX. Prussia, The Military Growth of, cxxiv. 553.
256. III. Prussian Campaign of 1866, The, cxxv. 363.
239. IX. Public Affairs, cxvii. 269.
245. VI. — - Schools, cxx. 147.

259.
242.

IX. Queen's Highland Journal, The, cxxvii. 281.

I. Queensland, cxviii, 305.

275. VI. Railway Organisation in the late War, cxxxv. 149.
225. II. Rawlinson's Herodotus, cxi. 32.
255. IV. -

Ancient Monarchies, cxxv. 108.
241. VI. Raymond, Xavier, on the Navies of France and England,

cxviii. 166.
225. VIII. Recamier, Madame, Souvenirs and Correspondence of, cxi.

204.
252. IX. Reform Debate, The, cxxiii. 586.
244. IX. Rénan's Life of Jesus, cxix. 574.
268. VII. — St. Paul, cxxxi. 470.
286. VIII. - Antichrist, cxl. 485.
244. VII. Rifled Ordnance in England and France, cxix. 480.
265. VII. 'Ring, The, and the Book,' cxxx. 164.
256. VI. Ritualism, cxxv. 439.
284. VI. Rivers, Great, Hydraulics of, cxxxix. 444.
266. VI. Robinson's Parks and Gardens of Paris, cxxx. 459.
266. VIII. -

Henry Crabb, Diaries of, cxxx. 509.
225. III. Rogers on the Coal. fields of North America and Great

Britain, cxi. 68.
248. IV. Roland, Madame, cxxi. 384.
263. III. Roine, Cæsarian, cxxix. 68.
227. II. Rose, Right Hon. George, Diaries and Correspondence of,

cxii. 34.
272. V. Rossetti's Edition of Shelley, cxxxiii. 426.
245. VIII. Rossi, De, his Christian ani Jewish Inscriptions, cxx. 217.
271. II. Rossini and Berlioz, Lives of, cxxxiii. 33.
276. II. Royal Institution, The, cxxxv. 321.
239. IV. Rubens, Contributions to the Life of, cxvii. 116.
258. VI. Rubric, The Anglican, Amendment of, cxxvi. 499.
268. X. Russell, Earl, Speeches of, cxxxi. 567.
273. I. Russia, The Military Policy of, cxxxiv. 1.
261. VI. Russian Drama, The Modern, cxxviii. 158.

283.

IX. Sacred Heart, The Devotion of the, cxxxix. 246.

282.

NO. ART. 269. V. Sainte-Beuve, cxxxii. 126.

VI. St. Paul's, The Three Cathedrals of, cxxxvii. 452. 227. V. St. Peter's, The Patrimony of, cxii. 104. 243. III. Saint-Simon, Duke de, and the Marquis of Dangeau, cxix. 61. 248. VI. St. Sophia, The Church and Mosque of, cxxi. 456. 236. VI. St. Swithun, The Legend of, cxvi. 418. 261. I. Salem Witchcraft, cxxviii. 1. 279. VI. Salmon Fisheries, The English, cxxxvii. 153. 280. V. Samarow's 'For Sceptre and Crown,' cxxxvii. 422, 281. IV. Savings of the People, The, cxxxviii. 94. 273. VIII. Scandinavian Politics, cxxxiv. 235. 286. 1. Scharnhorst, cxl. 287. 284. VIII. Schliemann, Dr., his Trojan Antiquities, cxxxix. 506. 241. VIII. Scots in France : French in Scotland, The, cxviii. 230. 228. VII. Scottish County Histories, cxii. 489. 243. VI. - Religious Houses Abroad, cxix. 168. 227. XII. Secret Voting and Parliamentary Reform, cxii. 266. 262. II. Senior on Ireland, cxxviii. 324. 258. VIII. Session, The, and its Sequel, cxxvi. 540. 274. IX. _

, and its Lessons, cxxxiv. 564. 286. X.

-, and the Ministry, cxl. 549. 247. IX. Seven per Cent., cxxi. 223, 233. II. Sewell's Ordeal of Free Labour, cxv. 42. 226. VII. Shakspeare Forgeries, The Alleged, cxi. 452. 251. VII.

Was he a Roman Catholic ? cxxiii. 146. 265. IV. Shakspearian Glossaries, cxxx. 85. 278. II.

Interpretations, New, cxxxvi. 335. 240. IV. Simancas Records of the Reign of Henry VII., cxvii.

378. 228. II. Sinclair, The Master of, Memoirs of, cxii. 332. 268. VI. Smith's Tour in Portugal, cxxxi. 450. 236. I. Solar Chemistry, cxvi. 295. 265. VI. Somerville, Mrs., on Molecular Science, cxxx. 137. 263. I. Spain under Charles II., cxxix. 1. 264. - Note to the above article, cxxix. 605. 262. VIII. Spanish Gypsy, The, cxxviii. 523. 285. II. Speaker's Bible, The, cxl. 32. 235. IV. Stanhope's, Earl, Life of Pitt, cxvi. 113. 270. VIII.

-M , Reign of Anne, cxxxii. 519. 279. VII. State-Papers, English (1639-41), cxxxvii. 182. 278. III. Stockmar, Baron, Memorials of, cxxxvi. 374. 279. – Note to the above article, cxxxvii. 294. 254. VI. Strauss, Rénan, and · Ecce Homo,' cxxiv. 450. 282. IX.

Dr., his Confession, cxxxviii. 536. 249. VI. Street's Gothic Architecture in Spain, cxxii. 143. 277. II. Stuarts, The, at Saint Germains, cxxxvi. 47. 236. IV. Supernatural, The, cxvi. 378. 249. VIII. Swinburne's Atalanta in Calydon, cxxii. 202. 273. III.

Poems, cxxxiv. 71. 262. I. Sy bel's History of the French Revolution, cxxviii. 289.

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