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CONTAINING THE POLITICAL AND LITERARY PORTIONS OF
THE NUMBERS PUBLISHED IN JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEM-

BER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER, 1840.

WASHINGTON, D. C.

PUBLISHED BY S. D. LANGTREE.

AP 2 .U56 v.8 1840

INDEX TO VOLUME VIII.

A

113

Diversity of Hunan Condition, its
Advantages,

308
Death of Don Pedro, by the author
of "The Brothers,"

“ Crom-
well," "The Charib Bride" &c. 311
Democracy and Federalism, Ori-
ginal Division of,

. 366

E

American Aristocracy,
American Reminiscences of the last

sixty-five years, commencing with
the battle of Lexington,

226
Adams, Samuel,

244
Agricultural System,

. 300
A Lay Sermon at Sea,

336
American Poetry,

399
Psalm CXXXVII—Contempla-

tions-Spring, in New Eng.
land-Yamoyden-The Prai-
ries—The Husband's and
Wife's Grave-Burns_My
Native Village-To the Canary

Bird–The Wind Flower.
Association and Re-organization of

Industry, or Social Destiny of
Man, by Albert Brisbane,

431
Defects of the present System of

Industry-Defects of the Sys-
tem of Separate, or Isolated
Households-Details relative to
the Organizaton of Associa-
tion–The Passions,Destiny
of Man-Objects of Association
-Commerce-Proofs.

Elevation of the Labouring Portion
of the Community,

51
English Chartism, and English
Credit,

179
Exports of Cotton, .

. 355
Early Federalists and Democrats, : 370
Election of Mr. Jefferson in 1800, . 872

F

Fundingand Banking Reminiscences 245
Free Trade in Banking, .

306
Fragments of Unpublished Remi:

niscences of Edward Livingston, 366
The Original Division of Federal-

ism and Democracy--Jay's
Treaty, &c.-General Jackson
and Livingston in Congress-
The early Federalists and De-
mocrats-Jefferson's Election
in 1800—The Yellow Fever in
New York of 1803–General
Jackson at New Orleans-

Montgomery.
Federalists and Democrats, . 370

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Guizot's Essay on Washington, 3
Good Night. From the German of
Korner,

179
Greece, its present condition, 204
General Jackson and Mr. Living.
ston in Congress,

368
General Jackson at New Orleans, . 379
Gilpin, Henry D., with an engraved
Portrait,

512

Carlyle's Chartism,
Currency and the Two Parties,
Credit, English Chartism,
Charleston in 1795,
Clevenger Airey, John .
Classical Studies, Vindication of

.

. 231

250
536

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History and Moral Relations of Po-
fitical Economy, .

. 291

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Independent Treasury Reform,
Influence of Commerce,
Inteligence of the People

,
J

99
. 310
. 357
. 360

Jeremy Bentham, .

. 251

L

Labouring Portion of the Commu-
nity, Elevation of, .

51
Lowndes, William,

239
Lay Sermon at Sea,

336
Late Election,

337

M

Mineral Lands of the United States, 30
Report of a Geological Explora-

tion of part of lowa, Wisconsin,
and Dlinois, made under in-
structions from the Secretary
of the Treasury of the United
States, by David Dale Owen,
M. D., Principal Agent to ex-
plore the Mineral Lands of the
United States, in the autumn of
the year 1839. Printed by or-
der of the Senate of the United

States.
Moral Relations of Political Econo-
my and History

291
Mercantile System,

299
Malthus and Ricardo,

. 304
Moral Relations of Political Econo-
my,

. 307
Montgomery, his remains deposited

in St: Paul's Church, New York, 384
Marius, by the Author of Fragments

of Unpublished Reminiscences of
the late Edward Livingston, 475
Marius-Born in Cirraetum-He

distinguished himself at the
Siege of Numantium-Scipio
foresees his greatness-His
Tribuneship — Charged with
bribery-Acquitted by the peo-
ple-He goes to Numidia with
Metellus-Hisquarrel with Me.
tellus-He obtains the Consul-
ate-Drives Jugurtha from Nu-
midia-Bocchus surrenders Ju-
gurtha to Sylla-Marius's trium-
phant return to Rome-Inva-
sion of the Cimbri, and Teu.
tones-Marius chosen Consul
for the second time-Assumes

the command of the army-lle
is chosen Consul a third time-
Martha-Portents and omens
presaging victory to the Ro-
mans–Victory over the Cimbri
--Marius is elected a fourth
time Consul-Marius marches
to the relief of his colleague be-
sieged in his camp-a second
battle as glorious as the first-
He receives the news of his
election to the Consulate for
the fifth time-Marius triumphs
with Catulus, the other Consul
-Marius is elected a sixth time
Consul—Marius passes into
Asia-His meeting with Mith-
ridates—The Social War-Ma-
rius saves Sylla's life-Marius
serves as a proconsul during
the Social War--Marius ob-
tains the command against Mith-
ridates-Sylla—Marius is driv.
en from Rome by Sylla-Ma-
rius returns to Italy-Unites
with Cinna-Enters Rome at
the head of an army-Is elect-
ed Consul for the seventh ,
time!-Retaliates with great
severity on the party of Sylla,
in revenge of the slaughter and
proscription by them, of his re-
latives and friends-prepares to
meet Sylla–His sickness and

death.
Lucius Cornelius Sylla--becomes

Quæstor of Marius in Numi-
dia-Bocchus delivers Jugur.
tha a captive into his hands -
Had this event engraved on a
ring, and used it to seal all his
letters--Is employed again by
Marius in the Cimbric War-
Pursued by Saturnius and other
assassins, he ran for safety into
Marius'shouse—is saved by bim
- Distinguishes himself greatly
in the Social War-Refuses to
give up to Marius the com-
mand of the army under him-
Leads his soldiers against Rome
-Enters it sword in hand-
His proscriptions and atroci-
ties there- Places power in the
hands of his party, and hastens
to march against Mithridates
-Returns to Italy after the
death of Marius-Defeats all
the leaders of the Marian party
-The battle between him and
Telesinus in sight of Rome--
The slaughter of 10,000 Sam.
nites-His cruelties and pro-
scriptions-Assumes the Dicta-

.

T

torship-Keeps down all rival
ambition, as long as he lived-
His malady and death-His
character.

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On the Elevation of the Labouring
Portion of the Community,

51
Old Massachusetts' Bar,

234
On the Intelligence of the People, 360
Original Division of Federalism and
Democracy,

366

The Streamlet. By the Author of
the “ Yemassee,''

109
The Voices of Home. By Mrs. M.
St. Leon Loud,

135
The Currency, and the Par-
ties,

157
The Death of Hernando de Soto, 174
Translations from the Greek Antho-
logy,

177
Leonidas of Tarentum-Archias

-Leonidas of Tarentum-An-

tipater Sidonius, On Anacreon
The Presidential Contest,

195
The Present condition of Greece,
by George Sumner, Esq.,

204
Thomas's American Reminiscences

of the last sixty-five years, com-
mencing with the battle of Lex-
ington, &c.

226
The History and Moral Relations of
Political Economy

291
The Question of Prices,

346
Exports of Cotton-Imports of
1836-1838, &c.

P

: 42

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Political Portraits, No. XIX. Ben-

jamin Tappan, senator from

Ohio,
Progress of Society,

67
Presidential Contest,

195
Present Condition of Greece, by
George Sumner, Esq.

204
Poetry, American
Political Economy,

. 291
Prices, Question of,

. 346
People, Intelligence of,

360
Presidential Election, 1840, : 385
Political Portraits, with Pen and

Pencil, No. XXIII. Henry D.
Gilpin,

512

· 399

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Washington, Essay on,

3
Washington and Gouverneur Mor-
ris,

240
Washington and General Ward, 241
Who Governs, then ? A Tale of

the Court of Louis XV. From
the German of Zschokke,
The Book-keeper-Pauline-the

Prince de Soubise-Madame
de Pompadour,

137
The King—The Effect-The Ad-

vancement–The Blow-War
with England–The Patent of
Nobility—the veil,

.271
The Alliance with Austria-De-

sire for Retirement-All Fol-
low-The Battle of Rosbach-
The Exile.

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Society, Progress of,
Sedition Law. John Randolph,
Sculpture of Cincinnatti,
Smith, Adam, his great work,

67
235
. 247
. 301

Yazoo Fraud and John Randolph, 236
Yellow Fever in New York, 1803, 373

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