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IN D E X.
LIST OF EMBELLISHMENTS,
Sidney, Sir Philip, Life and Times of–British Quar. terly,
269 1. CARDINAL WOLSEY AND THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM.
Stafford, Edward, Duke of Buckingham, .. 104 2. CROMWELL DISSOLYING THE LONG PARLIAMENT. En
Walsingham, Frances... graved by SARTAIN.
Washington characterized by De Kalb,
191 3. PORTRAITS OF SAYURL WORCESTER, D.D.. JEREMIA II
Wolsey, Cardinal, and the Duke of Buckingham, 104 EVABTS, ELIAS CORNELIUS, D.D., BENJANIN B. WISNER,
Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal,
261 D.D., WILLIAM J. ARMSTRONG, D.D.
Wisner, Benjamin B., . 4. NAPOLEON 1. MEDITATING ON THE EVE OF THE BATTLE
Vance, George, OF AUSTERLITZ.
77 8. LORD MACAULAY. Engraved by GEORGE E. PERINE.
268 Albertus, the, of Gautier, . 801 Brave Man, the,
895 Arabs: the Men of Khattan, and the Men of Adnan, 142, 143
882 Arndt and his Sacred l'oetry-British Quarterly,
B.itish Association for the Advancement of Science-Assassination Plot,
don Intellectual Observer, .
. Atlantie, Physical Condition of the,
890 Aurora Borealis - London Intellectual Obserter, 180 Canine Sagacity, Australian Volcanic Regions--British Quarterly,
$19 Awful and Solemn Dea h, .
186 Chemical Science,
886 Ball, Fancy-Dress, at Count Walewski's, .
Chinese Battle, a,
834 Baloon Ascent,
265 Battle of Camden, .
268 Bedouin, the
Colenso on the Pentateuch-1 ondon Eclectic, . 241
Colenso, Bishop, on the Pentateuch-British QuarterBEOGRAPHICAL SKETCIES AND BBIEF MENOBANDA OT
815, 418 Coleridge's Repartee,
140 Abernethy, John,
Comet, the Great, Abu Bek", Omar, and Othman,
145 Concerning Cutting and Carving-Fraser's Magazine, 457 Alfred, Prince, and the Greek Throne, 1401 Corinth. Isthmus of, .
887 Amari, Michele,
141 Correlation of the Physical Arinstrong, William J.,
189 Arndt, Ernst Moritz, .. Cotton, Joint-Stock Company,
94 A sed ibu Forat ibu Sinau, 143 Cromwell Dissolving the Long Parliament
126 Asma, the Jewess,
4419 Ayesha, Johannmed's Wife, Dalgetty, a Modern-Bontley's Miscellany,
168 Brandt, Madame Van, .
Dark Story, a-Colburn's New Monthly,
851 Cbatun, Sarah, . Dead Sea, a Day at the-Fraser's Magazine,
489 Cooper, Ashley, . Deity, an Absent, Goethe's Criticism,
296 Copland, Tbomas, Determining the Distance of the Sun,
188 Cornelius, Elias, Domestic Sweetmeats,
896 Cramptos, Sir Philip, Curran and Abernethy,
Dress—a Lady's-London Society Magazine, 370 Eon, Chevalier d', Evarts, Jeremiah,
Earth, the, and its Mechanism,
387 Garrick's Stinginess,
267 | Earth, the True Figures and Dimensions of -- British Goethe and Voltaire, contrasted,
848 Goetbe. Glimpses of - Dublin U
Earthquakes and volcanoes, the History of-šie JONN
429 Guebriant, la Marech
Eating between Meals, Serious Effects of,
893 Guthrie, George,
“Education of the World,".
Egypt, Old, Curious Relics of,
140 Institut, Jomard de
Egyptian Railway, .
268 Joberus, John, .
Electricity and Chloroform,
140 Kalb, Johann, . Emirs, their Functions,
148 Khadija, Mohammed's Fi
England and the North-Westminster Retier, . 226 Languet, Hubert,
106 English Writers on America-WASHINGTON IRVING,
278 Leasing--the Search after Truth,
895 Lilienroth, Countess,
894 Livingstone, Dr , and his Associates, . M.c ulsy, the Right Hon. Lord,
298 Marguerite, Princess of France, 62 Pollen's Adole, “ Fight of the Katzbacb."' :
122 Maria Aurora von Königsmark, 62 Fontenelle's Wit, .
500 Ministers, the Six Last, of Louis XVI,
Fossil Bird, Remarkable,
835 Mohammed, the Life of-British Quarterly, 397 Fossil Human Remains,
886 Napoleon, Louis
520 Fossil Human Skeletons from Guadaloupe-London Intel. Olivarez, Countess,
65 lectual Observer, Pearson, John,
France, its Political Changes,
213 Querouaille, Louise de,
France, Revenues of
219 Richard Cour de Lion-Book 51 | French Character,
814 Robinson, Rev. Edward, D.D., 389 | French Military System,
217 Seran, General Count de, 396 | Friends, Dearh of, .
893 Sidney, Sir Henry, 271 ' Priendship of Sidney and Languely
Jews of Bohemia, ·
German Patriotic Poets of the Liberation Wars, . 1221 Cottage, Our, in the Vale-J. W. TURLWALL
267 Last for Years-J. W. TurLWALL . . 188
Tale of Yesterday, a-j, w Thirlwall, :
185 Wondrous Autumn-Time-WESTBY G
267 Population of British India,
Prince, a in Search of a Wife-Bentay's Miscellany,
895 Prince of Wales, his Approaching Marriage, .
118 Printing in New York,
. . . .
| Railways in the Egyptian Desert, .
Reign of Terror, the-Nero Monthly Magazine, 177
Rheumatism, Wasp-Stings for the, . .
ion: : :
Rome, its Population.
Royal Marriage, the Coming-London Times,
Secretaries of the American Board,
Science and Arts for the Month-Chambers's Journal,
Sheridan's Cheap Ride,
Snakes, Perilous Adventures with-Duðlin University
Specter's Visit, the-00
Spurgeon on Pulpits,
stage, the, its Degraded Condition :
Starts in life— Nero Monthiy Magasino, :
363 Syria and the Eastern Question-North British Re-
29 vier, .
Taylor's, Henry, New Drama-National Revier,
Temple at Buto,
Time, Right use of-WILLIAM Penn; : :
Tried for his Life - Templo Bar Magazine,
Unicorn, the, .
Unvailing a Statue in St. Paul's
Unwritten History of the Earth and Man-London Eclec-
883 Volcano, what it can do, .
Yang-Tse River, the, and the Taepings in China-Dublin
451 Water and Morals, .
Witch, the self-accused-Chamber'x's Journal, 235
163 | Wrecks in England, '
Wrecks in England, : : : :
We have seen two Napoleons, and we singular strength and stability, and one have twice had “ Ten Years of Imperial- which might have been permanent but for ism in France.” The first Napoleon was his own errors and enormities; and he probably the most remarkable, and in one framed and enacted a code of laws which sense about the g eatest man of modern none of his foes or successors have ever times. He wrote his name on Europe in wished to supersede, and which has been lines, all of which were large and deep, voluntarily adopted and retained over a and some of which will be indelible. He large part of Europe. In military matters changed the face of a whole continent, he was as great, or even greater. He enand modified the character, as well as car- tirely transformed, by his own genius, the ried captive the imagination and affections whole system of tactics and the whole art of a whole people. Coming forth at the of war; he was incessantly engaged in end, and as the result, of the most startling hostilities on a scale hitherto unparalleled ; and upsetting convulsion that has been he moved larger armies than ever before witnessed for many centuries, he “ closed” known; he visited as conqueror every the Revolution by completing and de. capital on the Continent; he overthrew reloping it. He educed order out of and ejected two dynasties besides that of chaos; he established a government of France; he created a number of new tri
Ten Years of Imperialism in France. Impres- butary kingdoms; and he never lost a sions of a Fláneur. Blackwood. 1862.
| battle till his last. It may be said, too, VOL, LVIII.-NO. 1