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Remarks upon the Controversy between Massachusetts and South Carolina. By a Friend to the Union. Boston : Crosby and Nichols. 1845. 8vo. pp. 21.

An Introductory Discourse on Medical Education, delivered to the Students of Geneva Medical College, October 1, 1844. By Charles A. Lee, M. D. Geneva : Ira Merrell. 8vo. pp. 40.

The Claims of Religion upon Medical Men: a Discourse delivered in Philadelphia, Nov. 24, 1844. By H. A. Boardman. Third Edition. Philadelphia: J. B. Ellis. 8vo. pp. 24.

The Southern and Western Monthly Magazine and Review. Edited by W. Gilmore Simms. January, 1845. Charleston: Burges and James. 1845. 8vo. pp. 72.

Justice to the Memory of John Fitch, who, in 1785, invented a Steam Engine and Steamboat. By Charles Whittlesey. Cincinnati. 1845. 8vo. pp. 12.

The Stay and the Staff taken away: a Discourse occasioned by the Death of Hon. William Prescott, LL. D., delivered in the Church on Church Green, Dec. 15, 1844. By Alexander Young. Boston: Little & Brown. 8vo. pp. 34.

Discourse on the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of Williain Penn, delivered Oct. 24, 1844, before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. By Job R. Tyson, one of the Vice-Presidents. Philadelphia : John Penington. 8vo. pp. 40.

The House of God : a Discourse delivered before the Second Presbyterian Church of Mobile, Ala., Nov.21, 1844. By W. A. Scott, D.D. New Orleans: W. H. Foy. 8vo. pp. 40.

Third Annual Report to the Legislature relating to the Registry and Returns of Births, Marriages, and Deaths in Massachusetts, for the Year ending May 1, 1844. By John G. Palfrey, Secretary to the Commonwealth. Boston: Dutton & Wentworth 1845. 10. pp. 110. INDEX

TO THE

SIXTIETH VOLUME

OF THE

North-A merican Review.

A.

Arnauld, trial of, at the Sorbonne,

279.
Abbot, Anne W., Stories for Children Arnold, the insane, case of, 7.
by, noticed, 253.

Ashkenazim, the, a race of Jews, 352.
Academy of Sciences at Paris, origin Atmosphere, the, how concerned in
of the, 260.

vegetation, 161 – has all the ele.
Agriculture, Johnston's Chemistry ments of plants, 162– how wash-
applied to, reviewed, 156.

ed and purified, 164 - solidified
Air-plants, or Epiphytes, 163. into plants, 165 — plants take car.
American Colonies, the, George bonic acid from, 174 — amount of

Chalmers's History of, reviewed, the influence of plants on, 176 —
368 — causes of the troubles in, action of animals and decaying
370 — religious intolerance in, 372 vegetables on, 177 — ancient state

- religion and politics united in, of, 186 — discovery of the pressure
373 — irritated into revolt, 375 - of, 266 — Pascal's experiments on
incompetency of the governors of, 267. See Vegetation.
384 — the shipping interest in, 385 Augustine, St., on saving grace, 274.
- growth of commerce in, 388 Augustinus, by Jansen, published,
attempt to enforce the laws of trade

276.
in, 389. See Chalmers.

Auricular confession, Pascal on, 298.
American Lady, Memoir of, 128. See Authority, use of, in school disci.
Grant.

pline, 243.
Animalcules, propagation of, 452– Aylmer, Lord, governor of Canada,

rapid increase of, 453 — how the 94.
species of, are preserved, ib. not
generated spontaneously, 455.

B.
Animals consume oxygen, 177 — fed

by vegetation, 178 - are not pro. Baconian Philosophy, a Discourse of
ducers, but consumers,

179 -

the, by Samuel Tyler, noticed, 254.
tion of the infusory, ib. constit. Barré, Col., speech of, against the
uents of, ready-formed by vegeta- Quebec Act, 90.
bles, 181 – races of, developed Beck, Charles, Syntax of the Latin
from each other, 434, 457.

Language, chiefly from Zumpt,
Arithmetical machine, Pascal's in- by, noticed, 249.

vention of, 263 — triangle also in Belgium, case of interference with,
vented by him, 264.

326.
Armijo, Gov., of Santa Fé, 199. Bellingham, the insane, case of, 6.

ac-

poems, 76 —

Bemis, George, Report of the Trial ucated, 68 — his powers developed

of Abner Rogers, Jr., by, review- by opposition, 69 - libertinism and
ed, 1.

recklessness of, 70 — profanity,
Bentley, Dr., on the atheistic atomic ribaldry, and brilliancy of, 71 —
theory, 465.

his writings while in Italy, 72 -
Bible, first American editions of the, misanthropy of, 73— idealized evil
379.

and crime, 74 — degraded the
Bigelow, George T., Report of the beautiful, 75 — licentiousness of
Trial of Abner Rogers, Jr., by, his

- represents the Sa-
reviewed, 1.

tanic school, 77 — spirit of desper-
Blind, Thirteenth Annual Report of ation in, 78 — did not practice the

the Asylum for the, noticed, 499. misanthropy he taught, 79 — his
Blockade, the law of, 310.

Manfred, 80 — his force of passion,
Bossut, the biographer of Pascal, 291. 82 — tenderness and pathos of, 84
Boston Schools, the condition of, 227 - inconsistency of, *85 — lesson

- call for reform in, 228. See taught by his life, 86.

Teachers and Mann.
Boussingault, J. B., Organic Chem-

C.
istry by, reviewed, 156 — cited,
187.

Callenberg Institute for converting
British Colonies, the, politics of, 87 Jews, 365.

- disputes and troubles in Cana. Campbell, Sir A., governor of New
da, ib. — how governed after the Brunswick, 109.
treaty of 1763, 88 - new forn of Camoens, poetical genius of, 480.
government for, in 1791,91 – his- Canada, politics in, 87 – Quebec Act
tory of politics in Canada, 92 — for the government of, 88 - objec-
rebellion in, 99 — union of the two tions to this law, 89 — divided into
Canadas, 102 _ “

responsible gov two provinces, 91 - disputes be-
ernment" in, 104 — history of pol. tween the crown and the assembly
itics in Nova Scotia, 106 — in New in, 92 — dispute about the control
Brunswick, 109 — causes of disaf. of the revenue in, 93 — the quar.
fection in, 112- commercial regu. rel renewed in 1827, 94 - fresh
lations in, 113 — the shipping in. movements of the Liberal party in,
terest in, 114 - different races 95 - commissioners sent to, by the
which people, 117 — changes of ministry, 96 — discontents in the
party and society in, 119 – news- upper province, 97 — defeat of the
papers in, 120 — the question of Liberals in, 98 — rebellion in, 99–
separating from England, 121 — the revolt unlike that of our coun.
objections to parting with them, try in 1775, 100— Lord Durham's
122 — do not desire union with the administration of, 101 — subse-
United States, 124 — union not quent governors of, 102 – the
desired by the United States, 125. Liberals admitted to the govern.
See Canada.

ment of, 103 — end of the coali.
Brongniart, A., researches of, 185. tion ministry in, 105 — feudal ten.
Brownists, the, differed from the In. ure of lands in, 114 — the French
dependents, 374.

and British in, 117. See British.
Brussels in the 15th century, visit to, Capital punishment, reasons for abol-
411.

ishing, 35 – Mr. Sampson on, 37.
Burke on Canada, answered by Dr. Caraites, the, a sect of Jews, 354.
Franklin, 88.

Carbon in plants, 162 — quantity of,
Byron, Lord, works of, reviewed, 64 167, 176 – absorbed from the air

- represents the infinences of the by plants, 174 — given out by an.
French Revolution in literature, imals, 177 - discoveries of A.
ib. — contradictory character of, Brongniart respecting, 185. See
65 — selfish and ambitious of pub- Vegetation.
lic sympathy, 66 – discontent and Carlen, Mrs. Emilie, The Magic
radicalism of, 67 – unhappily ed. Goblet by, noticed, 492.

Carolinas, attempt to enforce the of raising it, 47 - evils of the vol.
laws of trade in the, 389.

untary system in, 49 — arguments
Cary, Thomas G., Address and Let. in favor of this system refuted, 52
ter by, noticed, 493.

- professorships should be filled
Causation not attributable to matter, by young men, 54. See Harvard.

466 – not discoverable by science, Cologne in the 15th century describ-
467 - ultimate office of science ed, 410.
respecting, 468 - phraseology of, Colonies, American. See American.
borrowed from mind, 469 – mind Comets, place of, in the solar system,
the only source of, 470 — in mat. 443.
ter, divine agency the only source Commerce on the Prairies, 196. See
of, 471 - connection between soul Gregg.

and body an instance of, 473. Conolly, Dr., definition of insanity
Cerral grains, importance of, 182. by, 25 - cited, 26 — defects of his
Chalmers, George, History of the theory, 28.

American Colonies by, reviewed, Conolly, Lieut., on the Jews in Me.
368 — merits of, as a historian, 369 shed, 338.
– prejudices of, 370 — his views of Consolato del mare, origin of, 304.
Colonial policy, 371 — his account Contraband, meaning of, 309.
of intolerance in New England, Condersations on the old Poets, by
372 — his errors respecting the James R. Lowell, noticed, 490.
Colony at Plymouth, 374, 376 - Cornier, Henriette, case of, 20.
respecting the Massachusetts Col. Cow-tree of Caraccas, 181.
ony, 376 — respecting the freedom Creation, a theory of, 426 — abstract
of the press, 378 — respecting the of the several stages of, 427 —
expedition against Louisburg, 380 chronology of, 430 — geological
- respecting the pay for this ex- evidence respecting, 431, 445 –
pedition, 382 — respecting the fail. origin of life in, 432 – develop.
ure of Shute's administration, 383 ment of organized races in, 434

- adınils the incompetency of the successive processes of, 437
Colonial governors, 384

his re-

mode of reasoning about, 439
marks on the shipping of the Col. our ignorance respecting, 440 -
onies, 385 - on the commerce of formation of suns in, 442 - of
New England, 386 - on the Span- planets, 443 — of organized beings
ish war in 1739, 391 – general in- and life, 448 — animal life a unit
terest of his work, 392.

of, 449 — work of fissiparous gen.
Chances, calculation of, 265.

eration in, 450 - disproof of spon-
Chasidim, the, a sect of Jews, 356. taneous generation, 452 — no trans-
Chemistry of Organic Nature, by mutation of species in, 457 — scale

Dumas and others, reviewed, 156. of being in, 458 - intervention of
See Vegetation.

higher principles in, 462 – length
Chihuahua, Gregg's expedition to, of time for, 463 — birth of the first
204.

human pair in, 464 -- theory of
Childe Harold quoted, 83.

causation and natural laws in, 466
Chlorophylle in plants, 170.

- no active causes known in mat-
Choules, John O., Neal's History of ter, 467 — mind the only cause in,
the Puritans edited by, reviewed,

469 – continuous divine agency
214 — merits of his work, 215. in, 471 — mode of divine action
Christina of Sweden, Pascal's letter in, 472— connection between soul

and body, 473— between God and
Chronicle, The Jewish, reviewed, the universe, 474 — the universe
329, See Jers.

not a machine, 475 — final question
Clement XIV., prudent conduct of, respecting, 477. See Vestiges.
487.

Criminal Cases, Plea of Insanily in,
Coleridge on insanity, 14.

by Forbes Winslow, Esq., review-
College education in this country, too ed, 1 — merits of, 5.

low standard of, 45 — advantages Crosse, Mr , experiments of, 433, 455.

to, 264.

at, 340,

Crystallization resembles life, 432, Egypt, settlement of Jews in, 332.
451.

Emerson, George B., Observations on
Cuba, Notes on, by a Physician, no- the Controversy between Mr.Mann
ticed, 251.

and the Boston Teachers, review-
Currency, soap

used

as,
212.

ed, 224 — excellent spirit of his
Cushing, Luther S., Manual of Par. pamphlet, 236. See Mann.

liamentary Practice by, noticed, England, disabilities the Jews in,
494.

346 — efforts in, to convert the
Cycloid, problems of the, 258, 287. Jews, 366 — visit to, in the fif.

teenth century, 414.

Epic poetry in various countries, 481.
D.

Epiphytes, or Air-plants, 163.
Dalhousie, Earl of, Governor of Can-
ada, 92.

F.
Damascus, persecution of the Jews

Falkland, Lord, governor of Nova
Descartes, views of, respecting the Scotia, 106.

air’s weight, 266 — falsely claims Felix, M., examines the case of the
the credit of Pascal's experiments, Holy Thorn, 285.
268.

Fermentation in plants, 190.
Discipline in Schools, Mr. Mann and Fissiparous generation, 450.

the Boston Teachers on, 234, 238. France, law of, respecting neutrals,
Dissenters and Churchmen, question 306 — takes part in the American
between the, 220.

Revolution, 323 - interference of
Dominicans, the, opinions of, respect- other nations with, 324 — emanci.

ing divine grace, 275 — ridiculed pation of the Jews in, 345, 363.

by Pascal, 200.
Don Juan, Byron's, description of
Haidee in, 75 — quoted, 76.

G.
Draper, John W., Treatise on the Or.

ganization of Plants by, reviewed, Generation, spontaneous, 433, 452-
156 — lofty tone of his preface, fissiparous, 450. See Spontaneous.
158 — triteness of his remarks, ib., Geology applied to Agriculture,
193 — experiments of, on the ac. Johnston on, 156 — as applied to
tion of light, 189 — very original the history of creation, 4:30, 445 —
hypothesis of, 190 — objections to credit due to, 447 - illustrates and
it, 191 - denies the existence of confirms revelation, 476.
vital force, 192-cited, 192, 194 – Gosford, Lord, governor of Canada,
discursive style of, 193 — on the 96.
five senses, 194.

Grace, saving, controversy about,
Dumas, J., Organic Chemistry by, 273 Molina's doctrine respect-

reviewed, 156 — merits of, 157 — ing, 275 – opinions of Jansenius,
cited, 184, 187 — discussion be. 276 — Pascal on, 280. See Jes.
tween Liebig and, 188 — on the uits.
chemical rays of the sunbeam, 189. Grant, Mrs., of Laggan, Memoir and
See Vegetation.

Correspondence of, reviewed, 126
Dunning, Mr., opposes the Quebec - her appearance in old age, ib.
Act, 90.

impression which she made on a
Durham, Lord, his administration in stranger, 127 — her early life and

Canada, 101 — reforms projected education in America, 128 – her
by, 102.

life at Oswego, 129 - her "Me.

moirs of an American Lady"
E.

quoted, ib. 130, 131 — becomes ac-

quainted with Madame Schuyler,
Edward IV., entertainment at the 130 — discrepancies in her ac.
court of, 414.

counts of her introduction to Mada

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