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8. W. GREEN, PRINTER, ELECTROTYPER, AND DINDER. 16 and 18 Jacob St.,

N. Y.

INDEX TO VOLUME CXLII.

sy, 220.

ABERDEEN, Lord, reply to Lord Palmerston on Boleyn, Anne, 7 ; illness, 19; marriage, 20.

the Eastern Question, 194; on his resigna- Boris Godunow, 248; restrictions on the Rustion in 1853, 196, 198.

sian peasantry,

ib. Addison's criticism of Paradise Lost,’ 100, 101 ; Bosnians, the sufferings from the Corvée, 150.

the Commonplaces' in Pope's essay, 176; Bowles criticised for his work on Pope, 169 ; on literary criticism, 216 ; calm and polished Pope's versification, 184.

humour, ib.; controversial writings, 217. Brewer, J. S., “Letters and Papers of the Africa, spread of Islam in, 122, 123.

Reign of Henry VIII.,'1; explanation of the South, its productiveness, 70.

origin of the divorce, 24; indulgence for griculture in Russia, 249 ; hindrance to labour, Wolsey, 26. 250.

Brief, the Spanish, 20; doubt whether false or Alexander II. of Russia, emancipation of tbe genuine, 21; flaw in date, ib.; measures for Serfs, 249, 250.

resisting it, ib. American children, effect of their living in Brigham Young, his wives, 135 ; interview public, 131.

with Baron Hübner, 136. ladies after a night journey, 130. Brillat-Savarin, on the ‘rinsing glass,' 200 ; mania for titles, 130.

smell and taste, 209. morality, 132.

Brougham, Lord, described by Harriet MartiArctic expedition, the, 77; climatic influences, neau, 267, 269.

78; its object, 79; partial success of otlier Buckmaster, Mr., lectures at the International nations, ib.; public opinion and conditions of Exhibition in 1873–74, 204. Arctic exploration, ib. ; special committee for Bulgarians, the Christian, 151 ; sufferings from deciding route, 80; German expeditions, 82 ; the Circassian colonies, ib.; Protestant misthe North-west Passage, 83; expense, 84 ; sionaries, ib. limit of other discoveries, 85; theory about Burns's denunciation of ecclesiastical hypocrithe Polar Sea,ib. ; paleocrystic ice, ib. ; difference of mean temperature of the Equator and Byron compared with Pope in his commonthe Poles, 86 ; the Gulf Stream, 87 ; observa

sense, 187. tories, ib. ; effect of gravitation and cold on the pendulum, 88; the chronometers, ib. ; | CAMPEGGIO's mission to Henry VIII., 17-19 ; tablet to Captain Hall's memory, 90; errors advice to Catherine, 20 ; his testimony to Anne in the American charts, ib. ; discovery of coal, Boleyn's innocence, 23 ; returns to Rome, 24. 92 ; oscillation of the land, ib.; submersion Cape of Good Hope, the, its importance to Great and emergence of the eartlı, ib. ; ocean cur- Britain, 56 ; history and inhabitants, ib. rents, 93 ; trade-winds, 94 ; outbreak of scurvy, Carlyle, Mr., described by Harriet Martineau, 95-97.

269. Arnold, Matthew, Celtic influence on Icelandic Carnarvon, Lord, on a revision of native manwriters, 29.

agement in South Africa, 75.

Catharine of Aragon, loss of lier youth, 4; deBALANCE OF PUWER, the, 275 ; Mr. Lowe's sertion by Henry VIII., 8; progress of the

opinion, 15.; its usefuiness, 276; nationalities divorce, ib.; deserted by her advisers, 13 ; formed, 277; failure of Charles V., 278 : cor- urged by the Pope to close her life in a conruptio optimi of Philip, 279 ; policy of Eng- vent, 20 ; her confession to Campeggio, ib. land, ib.; position of France, 280-282 ; resist- Cerebrum of man compared to that of a fish, ance of Holland, 282 ; erroneous opinions of, 48; removal of, in pigeons, 49. 283 ; Seizure of Silesia by Frederick the Great, Champagne, its deterioration to suit the Engib. ; partition of Poland, 284; coalition of Eu- lish palate, 207. rope, against France, 283; instances of the Charles V., his promises to Wolsey, 2; refuses use and abuse of, ib. ; quotations from recent to keep his engagements, 4; takes Pope authors, 286, 287.

Clement prisoner, 8; allows him to escape, Battle-cries of the Ancient Irish, 34.

11 ; splendid offers to him, 18 ; objects to Beaumont, Commander, on the sledge expedi. Wolsey, 23; idea of the balance of power, tions, 97.

278. Biographies, political, 189 ; sanctity of private Cheyenne, the vigilance committee, 137.

correspondence, 190; letters between Lords Chicago, 130 ; the Michigan avenue, 131 ; Hote! Palmerston and Normanby, 191–193 ; between life and want of domesticity, effect on the

Lords Aberdeen and Palmerston, 193–198. children, ib. Boer, the, or Dutch farmer at the Cape, 57, 58; Chinese, decadence of, 144 ; autocratic character their immigration, 60.

of the government, ib.

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