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NO. ART.
276. VIII. Brougham, Henry Lord, The Life and Times of, cxxxv.

.: 502.
272. I. Broughton's, Lord, Recollections of a long Life, cxxxiii. 287.
273. - Letter from Earl Grey on the above article, cxxxiv, 291.
232. IX. Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, Works of, cxiv. 513.
246. VIII.

Robert, his Poems, cxx. 537.
275. IX.

---, his · Balaustion,' cxxxv. 221.
229. IX. Buchanan, Mr., Presidentship of, cxii. 545.
231. VII. Buckle's Civilisation in Spain and Scotland, cxiv. 183.
234. IV. Buddhism, Recent Researches on, cxv. 379.
260, V. Bunsen's Menioirs, cxxvii. 469.
276. 1. Burn's Rome and the Campagna, cxxxv. 293.
232. VI. Burnt Njal, The Story of, cxiv. 425.
233. VII. Burton's City of the Saints, cxv. 185.
257. IX. - History of Scotland, cxxvi. 238.
273. IV.

-- Vols. V.-VII., cxxxiv. 100.

231. IV, Caballero, Fernan, The Novels of, cxiv. 99.
242. III. Cadastral Survey of Great Britain, cxviii. 378.
267. V. Calvin, John, in Church and State, cxxxi. 122.
239. V. Campaign, The, of 1815, cxvii. 147.
270. VII.

--- August, 1870, cxxxii. 480.
250. V. Campbell's Frost and Fire, cxxii. 422.
264. X. Campbell's, Lord, Lives of Lyndhurst and Brougham, cxxix.

556.
286. II. Carlaverock, the Book of, cxl. 322.
229. VI. Carlyle, Dr. Alexander, Autobiography of, cxiii. 144.
231. III. Carthage, cxiv. 65.
232. - Note to the above article, cxiv. 589.
231 IX. Cavour, Count, cxiv. 269.
231. - Note to the above article, cxiv. 277.
234. II. Centralisation, cxv. 323.
231. VIII. Chaillu, Du, his Adventures in Equatorial Africa, cxiv. 212.
252. VI. Charles of Hesse, Prince, Autobiography of, cxxiii. 483.
269. III. Charles V., the Chief Victories of, cxxxii. 67.
269. I. Chaucer, The Text of, cxxxii. 1.
227. I. Chevalier on the Probable Fall in the Value of Gold, cxii. 1.
272. III. Chorizontes, the Doctrines of the, cxxxiii. 358.
249. VII. China and Japan, cxxii. 175.
260. II. - Western, cxxvii. 357.
271.
VII.

- The Foreign Relations of, cxxxiii. 176.
280. I. - Western, Trade Routes to, cxxxvii. 295.
242. VII. Chinchona Cultivation in India, cxviii. 507.
229.

I. Church Expansion and Liturgical Revision, cxiii. 1.
261. IX. - The National, cxxviii. 251.
279. VIII. - The, and Dissent, cxxxvii. 196.
275. X.

, the Land, and the Liberals, cxxxv. 250.
279. III. Classical Manuscripts and First Editors, cxxxvii. 57.
285. VIII. Cleasby-Vigfusson Icelandic Dictionary, The, cxl. 228.
234. XI. Clerical Subscription, cxv. 577.

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280. VI. Coal, Cost and Consumption of, cxxxvii. 456.
285. IX. Cockburn, Henry, Journal of, cxl. 259.
258. II. Codification, cxxvi. 347.
258. – Note to the above article, cxxvi. 585.
254. III. Coinage, International, cxxiv. 383.

VI. Colebrooke, Henry Thomas, Life of, cxxxvi. 461,
283. II. Coleridge, Sara, Memoirs and Letters of, cxxxix. 44,
242. X. Colonial Episcopate, The, cxviii. 552.
233. IV. Colonies, The, Military Defence of, cxv. 104.
286. V. Comets and Meteors, cxl. 393.
226. 1. Commercial relations of England and France, cxi. 277.

274. VIII. Commune of Paris, The, cxxxiv. 511.
· 284. II. Competitive Examinations, cxxxix. 330.
260. I. Comte, Auguste, the Positive Philosophy of, cxxvii. 303.
264. I. Confucius, cxxix. 303.
246. II. Coniferous Trees, cxx. 345.
239. VIII. Convict System in England and Ireland, cxvii. 241.
286. VI. Convocation, Parliament, and the Prayer Book, cxl. 427.
280. III. Cooke's Life of General R. E. Lee, cxxxvii. 363.
246. IV. Co-operative Societies in 1864, cxx. 407.
278. I. Corea, cxxxvi. 299.
251. VIII. Corn and Cattle, cxxii. 185.
234. VII. Cotton Culture in India, cxv. 478.
257. IV. Council of Constantinople, The, cxxvi. 95.
281. IX. Court, Antoine, The Life and Labours of, cxxxvüi. 203.
270. II. Cox's Aryan Mythology, cxxxii. 330.
250. II. Criminal Class, Life in the, cxxii. 337.
947. IV. - Law Reform, cxxi, 109.
267. VIII. Cross, The Prechristian, cxxxi. 222.
275. V. Crowe and Cavalcaselle on the History of Painting, cxxxv.

122.
276. - Note to the above article, cxxxv. 584.
282. IV. Cuban Insurrection, The, cxxxviii. 395.
232. V. Cunningham's Church History of Scotland, cxiv, 394.

243.

III. Dangeau, The Marquis of, and Duke de Saint-Simon, cxix.

61.

226. VIII. Darwin on the Origin of Species, cxi. 487.
262. V. - on Variation of Animals and Plants, cxxvii. 414,
273. VII. — on the Descent of Man, cxxxiv. 195.
280. VII. on Expression, cxxxvii. 492.
270. III. Decabrist, a Russian, Memoirs of, cxxxii. 363.
247. V. Derby, Lord, his Translation of the Iliad, cxxi. 136.
227. III. D’Haussonville's Union of France and Lorraine, cxii. 59.
244. I. Diaries of a Lady of Quality, cxix. 305.
264. VI. Dilke's Greater Britain, cxxix. 455.
283. III. Diplomatic Service, The, cxxxix. 68.
260. VIII. Disraeli Ministry, The, cxxvii. 559.
269. X. Disraeli’s Lothair, cxxxii. 275.
283. X. - - Glasgow Speeches, cxxxix. 271.

NO. ART.
230. I. Dixon's, W. Hepworth, Personal History of Lord Bacon,

cxiii. 309.
227. VIII. Dolgoroukow, Prince, on Russia and Serf-Emancipation,

cxii. 175.
235. IX. Döllinger on the Temporal Power, cxvi. 261.
234. V. Domestic Service, Modern, cxv. 409.
241. II. Druids and Bards, cxviii. 40.
258. VII. Drummond, Thomas, The late, cxxvi. 524.
280. IV. Drunkenness, Abstinence, and Restraint, cxxxvii. 398.
272. VII. Du-Plessis Mornay, Madame, Memoirs of, cxxxiii. 486.
231. II. Dürer, Albert, Literary Remains of, cxiv. 39.

226.

268. IV. Eastlake and Gibson, cxxxi. 392.
247. VI. Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Crown, cxxi. 152.
251. IV. Economist, An, of the Fourteenth Century, cxxij. 83.
258. V. Edgeworth, Miss, her Life and Writings, cxxvi. 458.
259. - Note to the above article, cxxvii. 301.

III. Education, Public, Expense of, in England, cxi. 348.
231. I. - - Popular, in England, cxiv. 1.
232. - Note to the above article, cxiv. 588.
259. v. - Liberal, in England, cxxvii. 131.
260. IV.

Technical and Scientific, cxxvii. 433.
283. VIII. Education Act, Results of, cxxxix. 213.
264. IX. Edward III., Life and Times of, cxxix. 534.
225. IV. Elgin, Lord, his Mission to China and Japan, cxi. 96. -
279. II. - - Letters and Journals of, cxxxvii. 39.
280. - Note to the above article, cxxxvii. 298.
226. IV. English Local Nomenclature, cxi. 356.
232. VII. – - Jurisprudence, cxiv. 456.
236. V. - -, The, in the Eastern Seas, cxvi. 398.
245. II. , The Queen's, cxx. 39.
255. VII. Texts, Early, cxxv. 220.
261. II.

Dictionaries, cxxviii. 48.
286. III. - Fugitive Songs and Lyrics, cxl. 355.
251. IX. Erckmann-Chatrain Novels, The, cxxiii. 225.
230. VI. Essays and Reviews, cxiii. 461.
230. IV. Eton College, cxiii. 387.
236. X. Eugene of Savoy, Prince, cxvi. 504.
253. IX. Europe, The State of, cxxiv. 275.

269. VII. Faraday, cxxxii. 176.
254. V. Felix Holt, the Radical, cxxiv. 435.
259. VII. Ferenzac's, De, Recollections of the Grand Army, cxxvii.

213.
255. II. Ferguson, Adam, cxxv. 48.
241. III. Fergusson's History of the Modern Styles of Architecture,

cxviii. 71.
266. VII. Fergusson on Tree and Serpent Worship, cxxx. 484.
281. VIII. - - on Rude Stone Monuments, cxxxviii. 186.
257. III. Ferrier's, Professor, Philosophical Remains, cxxvi. 71.

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ART.
278. V. Fiji Islands, The, cxxxvi. 429.
243. II. Flavian Cæsars, The, and the Antonines, cx
230. VIII. Forbes's Iceland, cxiii. 533.
245. I. Forster's Life of Sir John Eliot, cxx. 1.
265. IX. — Life of Landor, cxxx. 217.
226. IX. France, Savoy, and Switzerland, cxi. 533.
257. X. - The Military Institutions of, cxxvi.
271. 1. - cxxxiii. 1.
273. IX. - -, Communal, cxxxiv. 250.
286. IV. - Census of, in 1872, cxl. 383.
251. XI. Franchise, The, Extension of, cxxiii. 263.
259. VI. Francis, Sir Philip, Memoirs of, cxxvii. 166.
265. VIII. Freeman's History of the Norman Conquest,
246. V. French Anti-Clerical Novels, cxx. 437.
276. VII. Frere, John Hookham, The works of, cxxxv.
251. I. Fresco-Painting, Modern, cxxiii. 1.
266. II. Freshfield's Travels in the Caucasus, cxxx. 33
243. VIII. Froude's History of England, Vols. V.-VIII.,
254. VII. - - Reign of Elizabeth, Vols. III.-IV., (
267. 1. -

- Vols. V.-VI., cx
279. V. - English in Ireland, cxxxvii, 122.
284. VII. - - Irish Parliament and Irish Rebellion
264. II. Fungi, Edible, cxxix. 333.

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259. I. Gachard's Don Carlos and Philip II., cxxvii. 1
247. VIII. Gairdner's Memorials of Henry VII., cxxi. 200
251. III. Galleries, Public, and Irresponsible Boards, cx
269. IV. Galton on Hereditary Genius, cxxxii. 100.
274. IV. Game and Game Laws, cxxxiv. 390.
254. VIII. Gems, Antique, cxxiv. 511.
279. X. Geneva Arbitration, The, cxxxvii. 264.
239. II. Gentz, Frederic von, Diaries of, cxvii. 42.
228. I. Geographical Researches, Recent, cxii. 296.
267. II. Geological Theory in Britain, cxxxi. 39.
257. I. George III., The Early Administrations of, cxx
272. VI. German Empire, The, cxxxiii. 459.
261. VIII. Germany, New, cxxviii. 237.
270. IX. - -, France, and England, cxxxii. 554.
280. VIII. - -, Religious Movement in, cxxxvii. 529
255. V. Glass Painting, Modern, cxxv. 154.
282. X. Gold Coast, The, Affairs on, cxxxviii. 569.
239. III. Goldfields and Goldminers, cxvii. 82.
249. IX. Gordon, Lady Duff, her Letters from Egypt, cx
228. VI. Grand Remonstrance, The, and Arrest of the

bers, cxii. 460.
263. IX. Grant, General Ulysses Simpson, cxxix. 230.
275. VIII. Grant's Central Provinces of India, cxxxv. 196.
234. X. Gray, David, cxv. 567.
240. X. Greek Revolution, The, cxvii. 570.
242. II. Gregorovius' Medieval Rome, cxviii. 342.

NO. ART.
286. VII. Grenadier Guards, The, cxl. 462.
286. IX. Greville, Mr. Charles, The Journal of, cxl. 515.
252. I. Grote, Mr., his Plato, cxxiii. 297.
278. VIII. — - his Aristotle, cxxxvi. 515.

-- Personal Memoir of, cxxxviii. 218.
227. VII. - Mrs., her Memoir of Ary Scheffer, cxii. 101.
228. IV. Grotius and the Sources of International Law, cxii. 386.
245. IX. Guérin, Eugenie de, cxx. 249.
234. III. Guessard's Edition of the Carlovingian Romances, cxv.

359.
265. I. Guicciardini, The Unpublished Works of, cxxx. 1.
274. II. Guilds, English, cxxxiv. 342.
248. IX. Guizot's Meditations on Christianity, cxxi, 553.
276. III. - Memoir of the late Duke de Broglie, cxxxv. 347.
285. VII. History of France, cxl. 201.

236. VIII. Halicarnassus, The Mausoleum at, cxvi. 461.
285. V. Hall's Modern English, cxl. 143.
253. IV. Hamilton, Sir William, his Philosophy, cxxiv. 120.
283. VI. Heer's Primeval Life in Switzerland, cxxxix. 151.
277. III. Helps' Thoughts upon Government, cxxxvi. 83.
261. VII. Henry, Prince, the Navigator, cxxviii. 200.
248. II. Heraldic Manuals, cxxi. 328.
236. II. Herculanean Papyri, The, cxvi. 318.
232. X. Hessey, Dr., his Bampton Lectures: Sunday, cxiv. 535.
244. II. Highways, The History of, cxix. 340.
262. III. Hindoo Fairy Legends, cxxviii. 350.
256. V. Holbein, Hans, Life and Works of, cxxv. 410.
228. V. Holy Land, The Churches of the, cxii. 423.
229. - Note to the above article, cxiii. 307.

IX. Hops at Home and Abroad, cxvi. 491.
245. V. Horses, English, cxx. 114.
282. V.

- The Breeding of, cxxxviii. 426.
271. III. House of Commons, The, Business of, cxxxiii. 57.

I. Hübner's, Baron, Sixtus V., cxxxii. 291.
281. III. - --- Trip round the World, cxxxviii. 65.
239. VII. Hugo, Victor, his · Les Misérables,' cxvii. 208.
253. III. Huguenots, The, Annals of, cxxiv. 86.
227. IX. Humboldt and Varnhagen von Ense, Correspondence of,

cxii. 213.
263. VIII. Hunter's Annals of Rural Bengal, cxxix. 200.
240. XI. Huxley, Professor, on Man's Place in Nature, cxvii. 541.

236.

270.

249. II. Idiot Asylums, cxxii. 37.
239. I. India under Lord Dalhousie, cxvii. 1.
240. VI. - - Lord Canning, cxvii. 444.
243. - The Progress of, cxix. 95.

Human Sacrifices and Infanticide in, cxix, 389.
250.

The Rock-Cut Temples of, cxxii. 371.
274.

European Adventurers in, cxxxiv. 361.

244.

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