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Characters of Shakspeare, by W.
Hazlitt, reviewed, 468.
Charities in Boston, 135- of a public
or corporate character, 137-Pres.
Quincy's list of private, 141
religious purposes, since 1830, 143
- for other objects, 144 — variety
of the objects of, 148-effects of
multiplying these, 149-impor-
tance of every form of, 150-ought
not to be limited or restricted in
their uses, 151 - illustration of
this evil, 152-how affected by
our institutions, 154 - contribu-
tions of the rich to, 157 refute
the charge of greediness, 158. See
Boston.

Charles XII. of Sweden, alliance
against, 286 victorious at Narva,
287 character of, 294 pene-
trates to Smolensko, 296- defeat-
ed at Pultowa, 297- quarrels with
the Vizier, 299-death of, 310.
Chatham, Earl of. See Pitt.
Christianity, Isaac Taylor's Lectures
on, reviewed, 159 analysis of,
165-moral evidence for, 166—to
be received on testimony, 167 -a
religion of facts, 168 ethical
characteristics of, 169 not a for-
mal code, 170-evils and vices
which it combated, 171- how it
reformed them, 172-effect of on
governments, 173 favorable to
civil freedom, 174 - does not at-
tack existing institutions, 175-
effects of, on the social system, 176

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the hope of the world at the
present moment, 177 supports
free institutions, 179 supports
modern civilization, 180. See
Taylor. How viewed by Voltaire,
386-mode of answering assaults
upon, 387- why attacked by
Hume, 400 existence of, a mys-
tery to the infidel, 401.
Church, The, in the 11th century, 25

great services of, 26-charac-
ter of the prelates of, 27- Grego-
ry's contemplated reform in, 29-
Rome declared sole head of, 33
defended by the Normans, 36
movement of reform in, 48.
Churchill, the poet, Walpole's charac-
ter of, 436 vigor of his satire,
437 satirizes Lord Sandwich,

446.

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Cologne, the archbishop of, 27.
pelled from his city, 46.
Columbia river, wreck of the Pea-
cock in, 95.

Confervæ found at sea, 182.
Connotative, meaning of, 355.
Cordilleras, Darwin crosses the, 195.
Coriolanus, Hazlitt's remarks on,
494.
Costello, Miss, translations by, 223.
Cowper's translation of Homer, 202.
Critics, The British, 468.
Custine, le Marquis de, La Russie en
1839 par, reviewed, 269-fables
told by, 284- tells lies about Alex-
is, 307-about Peter's death, 314.

D.

Danish poetry, translations from, 211.
Dante, F. C. Gray's version from,
226-Longfellow on, ib.

Davy, Brougham's life of, 419- his
safety lamp, 420.

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Darwin, Charles, Researches in Ge-
ology and Natural History by, re-
viewed, 181 visits Brazil, 182-
insects found by, 183, 191-pro-
ceeds to Maldonado, 184 — de-
scribes the salt lakes, 186-meets
Gen. Rosas, ib. – on South Ameri-
can zoology, 187. -on the hy-
bernation of animals, 188 -
goes to
Buenos Ayres, 189. -on shepherd
dogs, 191 visits Terra del Fue-
go, 192 on fungi and kelp, 193
on the origin of potatoes, 194
-crosses the Cordilleras, 195-
visits Tahiti, 196-and New Zea-
land, 197-on the disappearance of
the aborigines, 198 - on the pleas-
ures of a five years' voyage, 199.
Detroit river, different channels in
the, 343.

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Dictum de omni et nullo repudiated
by Mill, 359-founded on a false
theory of metaphysics, 361.
D'Israeli, writings of, 233-speech-
es of, 234.

Dryden as a translator, 205.

E.

Education Society, Quarterly Jour-
nal of the, 135.

Elizabeth, Queen, wickedness of, Flying-Fish, cruise of the, 59–

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Ethics of Christianity, 169 — not re-
duced to system, 170.
Ethology, science of, 376.
Europe in the Middle Ages, 21.
pestilence of 994 in the South of,
24-God's Truce in, 25-char-
acter of the churchmen in, 27
condition of, in 1073, 42.
Evelyn, John, house of, 279.
Excursion, Jeffrey's criticism on
Wordsworth's, 474.
Exploring Expedition, the, Wilkes's
Narrative of, reviewed, 54-sails
from Norfolk, 55 visits Brazil,
56 first antarctic cruise of, 58 —
arrives at Chili, 60-surveys the
Paumotu cluster, 61 - visits Tahiti
and the Samoan group, 63-ar-
rives at Sydney, 65-second an-
tarctic cruise of, 66 visits New
Zealand, 73-visits the Friendly
and the Feejee islands, 74-pun-
ishment of Vendovi by, 78.
massacre of two officers of, 80
destroys the Feejee towns, 83-
arrives at the Sandwich islands,
86-sails to the Northwest coast,
91 wreck of the Peacock, 93
- proceeds to California, 95-
turn of, 96-results obtained by,
97 valuable labors of, 98-beau-
tiful execution of the Narrative of,
106. See Wilkes.

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ond cruise of the, 73.
Foulques, Count of Anjou, 22.
Fox, Henry, unscrupulous conduct
of, 439.

Franklin's legacy to Boston mechan-
ics, 152.

Frederick the Great, Voltaire's inti-
macy with, 390.

Freedom, civil, Christianity favora-
ble to, 173.

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French poetry seldom translated, 207,
223 Costello's versions of, 223
of this century, 224.
Friendly islands visited by Wilkes,

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Fulgurites, an account of, 186.

G.

Gammell, William, Life of Roger
Williams by, reviewed, 1-mer-
its of, as a biographer, 2-quoted,
17, 19. See Williams.

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Geology of America, Lyell on the,
498 of the Falls of Niagara,
510 of Big-bone Lick, 511-of
the Alleghanies, 513-of Cape
Blomidon, 516.

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George III., H. Walpole's Memoirs
of the Reign of, reviewed, 422 —
copious materials for the history
of, 425 his reign compared with
that of his predecessors, 426 –
bright prospects of, at his acces-
sion, 427-ignorant and arbitrary,
428-Bute's plan to make him
independent, 429-party of the
friends of, organized, 431
vents a war with Spain, 432-
dissolves Newcastle's ministry, 434
- makes peace with France, 438
- rise of popular power under, ib.
weakened by Bute's measures,
440 Grenville made minister of,
441 persecution of Wilkes un-
der, 443 consequent unpopu-
larity of, 447- ministry of Rock-
ingham under, 448- Duke of
Grafton made minister by, 452.
German poetry, 214— different pe-
riods in, 215-brilliant era of, 216

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effect of, on English poetry,
217-Longfellow on, 218-ver-
sions of, cited, 220.

Gifford, William, as a reviewer, 489
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Gregory VII., J. Voigt's history of,
reviewed, 20-characteristics of
the age of, 21 illustrations of the
times of, 22-character of the
Church before, 25 - prelates who
preceded, 27-early life of, 28.
early meditations and plans of, 29
makes
visited by Leo IX., 30
known his plans to Leo, 31
progress of his scheme, 32
makes Gebhard pope, 33- makes
Spain acknowledge the pope's au-
thority, 34-drives Benedict X.
from the papacy, 35-establishes
rules for the papal elections, 36
defeats the anti-pope Honorius,
37-elected as pope, 40-pros-
pect before him, 41-conduct of,
towards Henry, 43-meets his
first council, 47- farther meas-
ures of, 48-insulted by Henry,
49. - excommunicates him, 50·
triumphs over him, 52-dies in
exile, 53.

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Grenville, George, Walpole's char-
acter of, 441 blunders of, 442-
persecutes Wilkes, 443-driven
from office, 448.

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History, Taylor's Manual of Ancient,
noticed, 245.

Hobbes on the meaning of words,
356.

Holland, poetry of, 221.
Honorius II. defeated by Hilde-
brand, 37.

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Hudson, Capt., at Upolu, 65— re-
ports the bad condition of the Pea-
cock, 66 danger and escape of,
ib. captures Vendovi, 78- dis-
covers Bowditch island, 92
wrecked in the Peacock, 93-
gallant conduct of, 94.
Human actions, constant sequence
in, 375 can be reduced to a sci-
ence, 376.
Hume, Brougham's life of, 399 — too
cold-hearted to be a Christian,
400- lameness of his arguments
against Christianity, 401-
mends hypocrisy to a friend, 402
wrote with labor and slowness,
403 - an atheist, but not a scoffer,
404 cold reception of his histo
ry, 406.
Hunt, Leigh, Imagination and Fan-
cy by, reviewed, 468 — follies and
merits of, 496 delicate and fan-
ciful, 497.

I.

recom-

Icelandic poetry, 209- —a specimen
cited, 210.

Illation, office of, 343-two kinds

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tation of, 356- the conservator of
experience, 369-changes in the
meaning of, 370-sacred charac-
ter of, 371.

Law, George, Boussingault's Rural
Economy translated by, noticed,
248-blunders of, 250.

Lefort, the minister of Peter the
Great, 273-death of, 286.
Leo IX. visits Cluny, 30-advised
by Hildebrand, 31- holds a coun-
cil at Rheims, 32- death of, 33.
Leopold, a Swede, ode by, 213.
Letters, Brougham's Lives of Men

of, reviewed, 383. See Voltaire,
Rousseau, Hume, and Robertson.
Library of Choice Reading, Wiley
& Putnam's, 491.

Lives of Men of Letters and Science,
by Lord Brougham, reviewed, 383.
See Brougham, Letters, Science.
Logic, John S. Mill's System of, re-
viewed, 349-definitions of, 350
mistakes of writers upon, 352.
intuition and illation distinguished
in, 353 Mill's definition of, 354
office of language in, ib., 369.
propositions in, 355 - categories
in, 356 deals not with the act of
judging, 358-two modes of in-
ference in, 360-office of the syl-
logism in, 361-possible to reason
without using general terms, 363

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office of induction in, 365 - re-
solvable into an inductive process,
368 fallacies in, 372-applica-
tion of, to the moral sciences, 374

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applied to practice, or art, 379
to morality, 380 should be
studied in this country, 382.
Longfellow, Henry W., Poets and
Poetry of Europe by, 199- plan
and merits of his work, 200- -on
the theory of translation, 206-
inequality of his materials, 207-
version of King Christian by, 211

translations from Tegnér by,
214 on German poetry, 215-
on German popular songs, 218-
on Heine's writings, 219-on Dan-
te, 226 richness of his book,
231. See Poets.

Lowell Institute, Lyell on the, 508.
Lyell, Charles, Travels in North
America by, reviewed, 498
speaks chiefly of geology, ib..
describes an American stage-driv-

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Macaulay, T. B., as a reviewer, 481

his power of invective, 482.
Mackintosh, Sir James, as a review-
er, 483-moral power and fairness
of, 484-philosophical articles of,
485.

Madeira, Wilkes's account of, 56.
Maldonado, Darwin's visit to, 184.
Mann, Horace, last letters of Horace
Walpole to, reviewed, 422.
Marchant, Sir D. Le, Walpole's Let-
ters edited by, reviewed, 422.
Marlborough, anecdote of the Duke
of, 269.

Marriages, Registration of, 250 -
average age at, 253.

Martel, Geoffrey, anecdote of, 22.
Mary Stuart, Smythe's Last Prayer
of, 238-guilt of, 407.
Massachusetts, ecclesiastical polity
of, 3-rulers of, bring charges
against Roger Williams, 6-re-
ceives important aid from him, 15
- ingratitude of, 16 - registration
law in, noticed, 250-Borden's
Survey and Map of, 455 amount
expended by, for this object, 457

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measurement of the base line
in, 461-height of the primitive
stations in, 463 - contents of the
map of, 464-distribution of the
maps by, 465-errors committed
by, 466-general merits of the
enterprise of, 467.
Mauna Loa, assent to the top of, 87
observations on, 90.
May, Midshipman, gallantryof, 58, 91.
Memory, Gouraud's Art of, 260.
Menzikoff, the minister of Peter the
Great, 274.

Mill, John S., A System of Logic
by, reviewed, 349 - great merits

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of, 350, 382-division of human
knowledge by, 352-definition of
Logic by, 354-analysis of names
and propositions by, 355.
meration of categories by, 356-
on the import of propositions, 358
-on the syllogism, 361
on in-
duction, 365-on observation, 368
-on naming, 369 on fallacies,
372 on the science of human
nature, 374 on the constant se-
quence in men's actions, 375 — on
social science, or sociology, 376
-on the Logic of practice, or art,
379-admirable style of, 381
reception of his work, 382. See
Logic.

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Military affairs of the nation, 320.
See Army and War.
Mirabeau, Smythe's character of,

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