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am S., 131, note — progress of her 41 - not a sectarian institution,
studies, 132 — returns to Scotland 42 — Divinity school in, 43 - Hol.
and begins her correspondence, lis professorship in, ib. higher
133 — her marriage, 134 — her res- standard of education al, recom.
idence at Laggan, 135 - death of mended, 45 - university system
her eldest son, 136 — begins her might then be adopted in, 46 -
literary labors, 137 — publishes her students in, too youthful, 48
poeins and removes to Stirling, evils of the elective system of
138 — publication of her Letters studies in, 49 - students in, in.
from the Mountains, 139 — her son competent to make the choice, 50
incurs censure, 140 — she goes to – why the experiment has ap-
London, 141 — success of her Let. peared successful, 51 – the system
ters, 142 — death of her children, an unjust and injurious one, 52–
144 — her book creates interest in rigid plan of recitation in, recom-
America, 145 — her correspond- mended, 53 - proper persons for
ence with Miss Lowell, 146 – teachers in, 54 — health of the stu-
kindness of the Lowell family to dents injured at, 56 – bad arrange-
her, 147 — publishes her Essays on ment of hours in, 57 — domicilia.
Highland Superstitions, 148 - tion of the students in, 58 — high
merits of her letters, 149 — her tone of morals in, 60 — use of
account of Society in Edinburgh, wine at, 61 – intercourse between
150 — Jeffrey's review of her pupils and instructers at, 62.
works, 152-extracts from her let. Harvey, Sir John, Governor of New
ters, 153 – her strength of mind Brunswick, 109 — defence of, by
under affliction, 154 — her charac- the Speaker, 110.
ter, 155.

Head, Sir F. B., in Upper Canada,
Great Britain, law of, respecting neu. 97.

tral ships and goods, 308 — on the Highland Superstitions, Mrs. Grant's
meaning of contraband, 309 – on Essays on, 148. See Grant.
the right of search, 312 - on the Hildreth, Richard, Theory of Morals
armed neutrality, 314

on im.

by, reviewed, 393 — his fearless
pressment, 316 — on the right to exhibition of the evil results of his
ihe St. Lawrence, 320 — interferes theory, 394 — summary of his
in Portuguese affairs, 325.

views, ib. - on obligation and mo-
Greeks, the, had no international law, tives to action, 395 — his doctrine
302.

of selfishness and necessity, 396 —
Gregg, Josiah, Commerce of the sanctions suicide, dvelling, and in.

Prairies by, reviewed, 196 — ac. fanticide, 397 — other applications
count of the caravan which he of his doctrine, 398 — atheistic
joined, 198 — arrives at Santa Fé, opinions of, 399 — his theory re-
199 – gives the amount and details futes itself, 400. See Morals.
of the trade, 200 — account of the History, difficulty of writing, 368.
country by, 201 - describes the Hollis professorship in Harvard Col.
salt lakes, 202 – his expedition to lege, 43 - opinions of its founder,

Chihuahua, 204. See Santa . 44 - endowment of, ib.
Grey, Dr., as a critic of Neal, 216. Holy Alliance, principles of the, 325.
Grotius on international law, 305. Homer's Odyssey, edited by J. J.

Owen, noticed, 501.
H.

Howe, Mr., leads the Liberals in No-

va Scotia, 106.
Hadfield, the insane, case of, 7.
Hale, Lord, on insanity, 7.

Horse, SamuelG., Report on the Asy.

lum for the Blind by, noticed, 499.
Hamlet, insanity of, 14.
Harvard College, condition and

I.
wants of, 38-rich means of edu.
cation in, ib. - small number of Impressment, dispute respecting, 316.
students in, 39 — compared with Insanity, the jurisprudence of, by I.
other colleges, 40 — expenses at, Ray, reviewed, i-prevalence and
VOL. LX. - No. 127. 44

1

- cases

causes of, 2- principle of law re- Jesuits, the, origin and character of,
specting, 6 – legal distinction be- 273 — their doctrine about divide
tween partial and total, 7 - extent grace, 274 - calumniate the Port
of the delusion in, 9 – unjustly Royalists, 276 — accused of Pe.
punished by the law, 11 - nature lagianism, 278 — temporary tri-
of impulsive, 12, 15 – giddiness umph of, 279 — exposed by Pascal,
caused by looking from a precipice 280 — false morality of, 281 – fun.
allied to, 13 — Coleridge on, 14 - damental principles of, 282 – ethi.
of Hamlet explained, 14-

cal system of, 283 - expelled from
of impulsive, 15 – Dr. Woodward Portugal, 486. See Pascal.
on, 16 — Operation of sympathy or Jews, the modern, lectures on, and
imitation in, 18, 21 — affected by mission of inquiry to, reviewed,
the fear of punishment, 20 — how 329 — wonderful history of, 330
distinguished, 21 — nature of mor- interesting to Christians, 331 –
al, 23 — impossibitity of defining, dispersion of. 332- settlement of,
24 — Conolly's definition of, 25 in Western Europe, 333 — and in
characteristic trait of, is loss of America, 334 — present number
power in the will, 29— this fact il- of, 335 – external condition of,
lustrated, 30-character developed 337 — in Turkey, ib. — how treat.
and exposed by, 31 – the theory ed by the Mahometans, 338 – in
applied to moral and impulsive, Syria, 339 — persecution of, at
33 — acquittals on account of, re- Damascus, 340 — in the Isle of
quire capital punishment to be Rhodes, 341 – persecuted by Chris.
abolished, 35. See Jurisprudence tians, 342 — favored by the Re.
and Ray.

formers and by Americans, 343 -
International law, H. Wheaton's his- protected by Napoleon, 344 — fur.

tory of, reviewed, 301 — did not ther emancipation of, 345 — civil
exist among the ancients, 302- disabilities of, in England, 346 —
on prisoners of war, 303 — older hated by the populace in Europe,
writers on, 304 — state of, in the 347 — condition of, in Russia, ib. -
17th century, 305 — on the neu- in Italy, 348 — in Spain, 350 – in
trality of ships and goods, 306 — Norway, ib. - influence of the
history of this question, 307 — on wealthy and learned, 351 — dir-
the meaning of contraband, 309 – ferent races of, 352 — different
on the right of blockade, 310 - on sects of, 353 account of the
the right of search, 311-effect of Caraites, 354 — the Zabathaites,
the armed neutrality on, 313 - on 355 — the Chasidim, 356 — the
impressment, 316 — on the right Rabbinists, 357 -education of, 358
of visit, 318 - on riparian inbab. other characteristics of, 359 –
itants, 319 — on the right of inter- religious practices of, 360 — the
vention, 321 – plans in, for uni. Reformed Jews, 361– their doings

versal peace, 327. See Wheaton. and creed, 362 - the French Is.
Intervention, right of, 321 — in the raelites, 363—changes in the opin.

case of Poland, 322 — in the case ions of, 364 - modern efforts to
of Holland, 323 — in the case of convert, 365-English missionaries
France, 324 — in the case of the

to, 366

Scotch and American
Holy Alliance, 325 - in the case missions to, 367 – number of con.
of Belgium, 326 — in the case of verts from, ib. - efforts for, in the
Turkey, ib.

United States, 368.
Italy, condition of the Jews in, 348.

L.
J.

Lavoisier, discoveries of, 184.
Jansenius, the Augustinus of, 276. Leeser, Mr., an American Jew, 361.
Jeffrey, Mr., review of Mrs. Grant Leibnitz, Life of, by J. M. Mackie,
by, 152.

noticed, 498.

ty, 6.

Leo von Rozmital, travels of, review. Man, whether herbivorous or carniv-
ed, 404 — object of his journey,

orous, 184.
405 — two records of his travels Manfred, Byron's, 78 — Satanic con-
and adventures, 406 — his setting ception of, 80.
out described, 407, 408 — his visit Mann, Horace, Reply to the Boston
to Cologne, 410 — visits the Duke Schoolmasters by, reviewed, 224
of Burgundy, 411 - his voyage to - labors and services of, in the
England, 412 — visits Canterbury, cause of schools, 225 — Seventh
413 — kindly received by Edward Annual Report of, 226 - effect of
IV.,414 - visits the Duke of Clar. his labors felt on the Boston schools
ence, 416 — his voyage to France, 228 - attacked by the Boston
417 — journey into Spain, 418 teachers, 229 - unfairly assailed,
visits Portugal, 423— receives pres- 232—his mode of teaching children
ents from the king, 424 — his to read, 234 — his views of school
journey home, 425. See Ssassek discipline, 235, 243—severity of his
and Tetzel.

Reply, 236 —too harsh in retort, 237
Letters from the Mountains, by Mrs. - instances of his unreasonable se.

Grant, quoted, 135, 137 – circum- verity, 238 — perverts their lan.
stances which led to its publica- guage, 241-makes unfair charges
tion, 139 — its great success, 142 against them, 243 — his successful

attracts the notice of a lady in vindication of himself, 245— high
America, 145. See Grant.

claims of the enterprise in which
Letters of Horace Walpole to Sir H. he is engaged, it See Teachers.
Mann, noticed, 250.

Mansfield, Lord, on the law of insani.
Library of American Biography, by

Jared Sparks, Vol. III., noticed, Manufactures at Lowell, Letter on
246.

the profits of, by T. G. Cary, no-
Life, origin of, 432, 448 — is a unit, ticed, 493.
440.

Massachusetts schools improved by
Light, action of, on plants, 171 – Dr. Mr. Mann, 225.

Draper on, 189 - his experiments Massachusetts colony, Chalmers's ac-
on, 194. See Vegetation.

count of the, 376 — freedom of the
Lisbon, earthquake of, 484.

press in, 378 — pure character of
Louis XI., of France, visit to, 411. the press in, 379 – disputes under
Louisburg, Chalmers's account of Gov. Shute in, 383 — foreign com.

the siege of, 380 — motives of the merce of, 388 -- resistance to the
expedition against, 382.

laws of trade in, 390. See America.
Lowell, James R., Conversations on Memoirs of an American Lady, by
the old Poets by, noticed, 490.

Mrs. Grant, 128 — quoted, 129,
Lowell, Miss, correspondence of, with 130, 132 — sketch of its contents,
Mrs. Grant, 145.

144. See Grant.
Loyalists, American, in the Canadas, Mendelssohn, influence of, on the
117.

Jews, 361.
Lusiad, the merits of, 480.

Metcalfe, Sir Charles, Canadian proc-
Luther on the doctrine of grace,

274. lamations of, reviewed, 87. See

Canada and British.
M.

Merico, state of the lower classes in,

210 — singular currency in, 212
Macaulay, Mr., indebted to Neal, traits of character in, 213.
220.

Merico, New, geographical position
Mackie, John M., Life of Leibnitz

mines and salt lakes of,
by, noticed, 498.

202— people of, 203. See Santa .
Magic Goblet, The, by Mrs. Carlen, Mind, the only source of causation,
noticed, 392.

490.
Maine, government of the French Mississippi, right to the use of the,
settlers by, 125.

319.

of, 201 -

Molina, doctrine of, respecting free- clergy in, 377 — number of authors
will, 275.

in, 360 — capture of Louisburg by
Monomania, how viewed in law, 7. the troops of, 381 – how paid for
See Insunity,

this expedition, 382 — resistance
Montefiori, Sir M., assists the Jews, to the laws of trade in, 390. See
351.

Chalmers.
Moors, treatment of the Jews by the, Nero York, resistance to the laws of
338.

trade in, 389.
Morals, R. Hildreth's Theory of, re- Newton denies that gravity is innate

viewed, 393 - summary of his in matter, 467.
views of, 394 – his doctrine about Nitrogen in plants, 161.
obligation in, 395 — selfishness and Noah, M. M., Lecture on the Jews
necessity in, 396 — aspect of slav- by, reviewed, 329 – on the num-
ery in, 397 – connection between ber of Jews in Russia, 335 – and
happiness and, 398 — true theory in the world, 336 — on the Jews
of, 400 — divine revelation the law in Turkey, 337. See Jews.
of, 401 — practical questions in, Noel, a Jesuit, attacks Pascal's es.
how solved, 402 - office of con- periments, 267.

science in, 403. See Hildreth. Norway, treatment of the Jews in,
Muller's Physiology quoted, 450, 451, 350.
457.

Notes on Cuba, by a Physician, no-

ticed, 251.
N.

Nova Scotia, politics of, 106 — fail.

ure of the coalition plan in, 107 —
Napoleon prolects the Jews, 344. Lord Falkland's course in, 108 —
Nasci, David, Jewish settlement poverty of, in 1775, 118.

formed by, 334.
Nations, Wheaton's history of the

0.
law of, 301 — plans for universal
peace between, 327. See Interna. Odyssey of Homer, J. J. Owen's edi-
tional.

tion of the, noticed, 501.
Navigation Act, effect of the, in Olmedo in the 15th century, visit to,

America, 387 – attempt to enforce 421.
it in the Colonies, 389 – conse- Oporto company, formation of, 486.

quences of this attempt, 391. Organic Nature, Dumas and others
Neal, Daniel, Choules's edition of the on the Chemistry of, reviewed,

History of the Puritans by, review- 156 — general economy of, in re-
ed, 214 — successive editors of, lation to man, 182. See Vegeta-
215 - character of, as a historian, tion.
216 — qualities of his style, 217 - Organization is not life, 448 — how
present interest of his book, 218- differing froio inorganic matter,
his zeal for liberty of conscience, 449.
220. See Puritans.

Owen, J. J., Homer's Odyssey edited
Nebular hypothesis, 428 — objections by, noticed, 501.
to the, 441.

Owen, Prof., on the infusory animals,
Neutrality, armed, origin of the, 313. 180–

- on spontaneous generation,
Neutrals, law of nations respecting, cited, 454, 456 — on transmutation
306, 313.

of species, 461.
New Brunswick, political troubles in, Oxygen evolved by plants, 172-
109 — different governors of, ib. amount of, thus evolved, 176 –
questions about the boundary of, consumed by animals and decaying
110 — courteous conduct of the vegetables, 177. See Vegetation.

inhabitants of, 112.
New England history, Puritan ele.

P.
ment in, 223 - intolerance in, 372
- religious opinions of the found. Parliamentary Practice, L. S. Cush-
ers of, 374 — learning of the early ing's Manual of, noticed, 494.

-

Pascal, Blaise, life and writings of, Plymouth, the settlers of, were not

257 — precocity of the genius of, Brownists, 374 – learning and re-
258 — imperfect biographies of, finement of, 377.
259 — parentage and early life of, Poland, partition of, 322.
ib. - education of, 260 — invents Pombal, Memoirs of the Marquis of,
the elements of geometry, 261 by John Smith, reviewed, 478 -
his father exiled, 262 — and re- early career of, 482 — becomes
stored by his children's efforts, 263 prime minister, 483 — restrains the
- Blaise invents the arithmetical Inquisition, ib. - other administra-
Inachine, ib. — other mathematical tive measures of, 484 — forms the
labors of, 264 — invents the calcu- Oporto company, 486 - expels the
lation of chances, 265 - his labors Jesuits, ib. — negotiates success-
in physical science, 266 — his ex- fully with Rome, 187 — subsequent
periments on the weight of the air, career of, 488. See Portugal.
267 — refutes the claims of Des. Port Royalists, the, society of, 272–
cartes to the merit of these, 268 — origin of, 273 — views of, respect.
on the equilibrium of Auids, 269 – ing saving grace, 274 adopt the
renounces scientific pursuits, 270 opinions of Jansenius, 276 their
- devotes himself to religious doctrines condemned at Rome, 277
studies, 271 — injured by an acci- accused of Calvinism, 278 –
dent on the Pont de Neuilly, ib. rescued by Pascal, 279 — helped
becomes a friend of the Port Roy. by the miracle of the Holy Thorn,
alists, 272- on the authority of 284 final ruin of, 206. See
the Church, 277 — publishes his

Pascal.
Provincial Letters, 279 – exposes Portugal in the 15th century, visit
the casuistry of the Jesuits, 281 - to, 423 — early history of, 478 -
his niece cured by the Holy Thorn, commercial prosperity of, 479
284 — solves the problem of the language and literature of, 480
cycloid, 287 — severe devotional the Inquisition checked in, 483
exercises of, 287 — ascetic prac. earthquake of 1755 in, 484 -
tices of, 288 - death of the rela- onciled to Rome, 487. See Pom-
tives of, 289 - detached thoughts bal.
written by, 290 — death of, ib. - Prairies, commerce on, 196. See
publication of his Thoughts, 291 Gregg
- his gloomy views of human na Press, restrictions on the, in Massa-
ture, 292, 295 – object of his chusetts Colony, 378 — pure char.
Thoughts, 293 - on Pyrrhonism, acter of the, 379.
294 — cited, ib., 296, 298, 299 — on Prison Association of New York,
reason and faith, 296 — religious First Report of the, noticed, 501.
opinions of, 297 – auricular Prison Discipline and Philanthropy,

rec-

confession, 298. See Port Royalists. Philadelphia Journal of, noticed,
Pascal, Jacqueline, procures her fa. 501.

ther's pardon, 263 — becomes a nun Prisoners of war, treatment of, 303.
al Port Royal, 270 – death of, 289. Privateering, treaty against, 315.
Perier, Madame, life of Pascal by, Provincial Letters, by Blaise Pascal,

259 - her daughter cured by the reviewed, 257 - cited, 277 — cause
Holy Thorn, 284 — complains of and time of their publication, 279
her brother's coldness, 208.

brilliant effect of, 280 – casuistry
Philemon, Paul's epistle to, 397. of the Jesuits exposed by, 281. See
Pike, Gen., journey of, to Santa Fé, Pascal and Jesuits.
197.

Prussian school system, 233.
Pine-tree, carbon absorbed by one, Puritans, The, Neal's History of,
167, 176.

edited by Choules, reviewed, 214
Plants, The Chemistry of, 156. See the principles of, now at stake,
Vegetation.

218 — merits and errors of, 219 -
Playfair on the character of Des- heroic element in the character of,
cartes, 269.

221 - eminent men among them,

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