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TO THE

FIFTIETH VOLUME

OF THE

North = American Xeview.

A.

1,12 — r rospects for the growth

of it in, ib. — Italian opera in,
Academy of Music in Boston, 17. 15-17 — Academy of Music in
Adams, Juhn Quincy, on Oregon, Boston, 17.
112.

American Fur Company, 115.
Æschylus, Blomfield's, 466.

American Revolution, Botta's, 315 —
Age, influence of the, on poetry, sold for wastepaper, 317.
considered, 488.

Amherst College, Barnard's Address
Alaric, invasion of Italy by, 45, 46, at, noticed, 533, 534.
note.

Analyst, The, noticed, 531.
Alboin, 47, 48.

Andros, Sir Edmund, tyranny of,
Alden, John, 357.

over the Plymouth colony, 354.
Allen, Paul, edition of Lewis and Anglo-Saxon, remains of, in the

Clark's expedition by, 96, 97. English language, 148, 268 — In-
Allin, John, of Dedham, 168 - troduction to the, 530.

“ Animadversions" by, 169, note. Anne, Queen, literary taste in the
Allston, exhibition of pictures by, time of, 201.

358 — rank of, among artists, ib. Annualette, 537.
380 — first pictures by, 361 — in Antisthenes, on beauty, 478.
England, ib., 364 — reception of, Arabian literature and poetry, 67,
by West, 363 — comic pieces, 364 68, 74 — Nights' Entertainments,
faults avoided by, 366 in

69.
Paris, 367 — in Rome, 368 -- in- Arctic Sea, voyages to the, 86, 90.
timacy of, with Coleridge, ib. - Ariosto, last of the trouvères, 72.
paints The Dead Man revived by Aristotle, on Greek poetry, 472.
touching Elisha's Bones, 369,370, Armada, defeat of the, 185.
373 – The Angel liberating St. Arnold's Thucydides, 466.
Peter from Prison, 371 – Jacob's Art, Greek philosophy of, 473.
Dream, 372 – Elijah in the Des. Ashley, General, revives the expe-
ert, ib. — Uriel in the Sun, 373 - ditions beyond the Rocky Moun-
— Jeremiah dictating his Prophe-

tains, 114.
cy to Baruch, ib. — remarks on Assistants in Plymouth Colony, 344,
his historical pictures, 374 — Bel. 345, 348 — fine for their not ac-
shazzar's Feast, ib. — his Miriam, cepting the office, 352.
375 Witch of Endor, 376 Astor, John Jacob, project by, on Co-
Donna Mencia in the Robber's · lumbia River, 106, 113, 136. See
Cavern, ib. - Beatrice and other Astoria.

heads, 377 — his landscapes, 379. Astoria, 106 — the fate of, 108, 136.
America, want of national music in,

See Oregon.

on

on

Athelstan, anecdote as to, 489. Beaumont, Sir George, on West,
Athens, Bulwer's History of, 465. 363.
Allantic and Pacific Oceans, on com- Beauty, according to the Cynics,

munications between the, 88, 91. 478.
Attila, invaded Italy, 45, 46, note. Beaver, The, at Astoria, 108.
Audubon, John James, Ornithologi- Beccaria, Madama, 315.

cal Biography, Vol. V., by, review- Behaviour. See Chesterfield.
ed, 381, 392 — his agreement with Benevolence, Chesterfield's, 429, 430.
Macgillivray, 384 — his episodes, Bentley, remarks on, 465.
ib. — his publication of his Ilus- Bewick, Audubon's portrait of, 392.
trations, 385 — his third volume, Bird, William, musical canon by, 12.
386

- on the sun.perch, ib. — his Birds, American, undescribed, 389
fourth volume, ib. — his excur- - flight of, 394 — migration of,
sion to Texas, ib. publishes 388, 101 — plumage of, at differ:
Townsend's collection, 387 — ent ages, 402. See Audubon and
the ruff-necked humming-bird, ib. Macgillivray.
-on swallows, 388 — the closing Black, Captain, at Astoria, 109.
volume of his Biography, ib. Blind, Eighth Annual Report of the
advice by, 390 — in the Highlands Trustees of the Perkins Institu-
of Scotland, ib. — at the Trosachs, tion and Massachusetts Asylum
392 — his portrait of Bewick, ib. for the, 520 — education there,
- troopials described by, 393 - 521.
finches, ib.

on hawks, 394, 400 Bliss, Leonard, Jr., Grammar by,291.
- on the flight of birds, 394 Blomfield, Æschylus, 466.
blue-birds, 396 - on warblers, ib. Blue-birds, Audubon on, 396.
— birds named from, 397, 398 – Bode, George Henry, History of
on woodpeckers, 398 on fly- Grecian Poetry by, reviewed,
catchers, 400 - on owls, ib. - on 462 - defects in it, 468 — princi.
the migration of birds, 401 – ples adopted by, 469 — his divis-
the plumage in birds of different ion by epochs, 471 — opposes the
ages, 402 - on terns, ib.

theory of Wolf, 485.
marks respecting him, 403, Bæotia, 482.
Austin, James Trecothick, Address Boilers of steam-boats, 26.

by, before the Mechanic Associa- Bologna, university of, 67.
tion, 223 — its character, 230. Bombei, L. A.C., The Life of Haydn

by, 1, 2.
B.

Bonneville, B. L. E., expedition by,

125.
Bache, Franklin, Turner's Chemis- Books, 508 — choice of, 510.
try by, noticed, 516.

Borghese, Cardinal, 305.
Bachelor, origin of the title, 67. Borrelli, Cavalier Pasquale, 332.
Bacon, Leonard, Thirteen Histori- Boston, Academy of Music in, 17 —

cal Discourses by, reviewed, 161, music there, 17, 18.
432.

Botta, Carlo, Storia d'Italia di, re.
Ball, John, journeys to Oregon, 132. viewed, 301 birth and birth-
Bancroft, Archbishop, persecutes place of, 309 — at Turin, 310 — a
Puritans, 440, 443.

medical student and botanist, ib.
Barbarossa, Frederic, 48, 56, 70. 311 - his study of the Italian
Barnard, Daniel D., Address by, classics, 310 — his reading, ib. -
533, 534.

imprisoned, ib. — origin of his
Batchelder, S., dynamometer by, passion for history, 312 — released,
227.

ib. — his accuser, ib., 314 — re-
Baylies, Francis, exertions of, on tires to France, 312- a physician

the Oregon question, in Congress, in the army, ib., 314 — revisits
112 - An Historical Memoir of Piedmont, 313 — his plan for the
the Colony of New Plymouth by, government of Lombardy, ib.
reviewed, 336.

goes to the Venetian Islands, ib.

-on

re-

ex-

anec-
sent

last days

as a

his History of Corfu, ib. Capponi, Gino, Marquis, 308.
iled, 314 – meets Monti, ib. — in Carlylose style, 273.
power in Piedmont, ib.

Carter, of Plymouth, 356.
dote respecting, ib.

to Carrer, John, Travels of, in the
France, ib. — his Précis Historique West, 75, 78 Oregon earliest
de la Maison de Savoie et du Pied. mentioned by, 76, 79 — facts re.
mont, 315 — honors of, ib. — his specting, 77 — statements of, 79
History of the American Revo. cited, 80.
lution, ib, 317 — of Italy, 316, Carver grant, explained, 81.
317 – poverty and affliction of, Catalonia. See Frorence.
317 — sells his American Revolu. Centennial anniversaries, 162.
tion for waste paper, ib. — writes Cesari, Antonio, 305.
for subsistence, ib, 318 – his Chamberry, Botta and Monti at, 306,
second History of Italy, ib. — in- 314.
terviews with, in Paris, ib. per- Charlemagne's conquest of Italy, 48.
sonal appearance of, ib. his last Charles I, as a proiector of liberty,
visit to Piedinont, 319

443, 446.
of, ib. – buried in Père la Chaise, Charter for New Plymouth, 342, 355.
ib. — style of, 320.

Chaucer, cited, 506.
Bolla, Ignatius, 309.

Cheever, Ezekiel, notice of, 172.
Bradford, Governor, 356.

Chemistry, Turner's, noticed, 516.
Bradford, T. G., his Translation of Chesterfield, Lord, Works of, re-

Chevalier's Society, Manners, and viewed, 404 — the distinctions of,

Politics in the United States, 299. ib. - literary man, 405, 406,
Brewer, Thomas, 389, 397, 403 415 — his last years, 406, 412, 416
Brewster, Elder, services of, 356.

his Correspondence, 406 — his
Bridgman, Laura, deaf, dumb, and Letters to his Son, ib., 414, 417,
blind, 5:22.

424, 428 — his authority in man-
British Birds. See Macgillirray. ners, 407 -- his public lite, ib. in
British possessions in North Ameri- the House of Commons, ib.,409 —
ca, prior to 1763, 76.

his embarrassment on first going
Broughum, Lord, on Fossil Osteolo- into company, 408 — in the House

of Peers, 409 - a Whig, ib.
Bucl, Judge, The Farmer's Com- cause of his popularity and suc-
panion by, noticed, 534.

cess, 410 — his resignation, 41)
Bulwer, on Chesterfield, 429 - his his private life, 412 — Johnson of.

History of Athens, 465 - school fended with, ib. — literature of
of, 493 — Thoughts on the writ. his time, 414 — his mind in re-
ings of, 5:32.

tirement, and his estimate of him.
Burns, Robert, Cotter's Saturday self, 415 — corresponds with the

Night of, 205 — freedom of, from Bishop of Waterford, 416 — his

the influences of his age, 488. fondness for his son, 417 – his
Bursting of boilers, 26.

plan of education, 417, 420

- the
Byron, Lord, and Scott, compared, motive for it, 426 - Cowper cited
494 — his poetry, 495 - his wan. respecting, 428 - Bulwer on, 429
derings, ib. -- on Campbell, 496. - citations from, ib.
C.

Cheralier, Michael, Society, Man-

ners, and Politics in the United
Caffè, principles of the authors of States by, 299.
the, 304, 307.

Chitty, Joseph, Jun., Precedents in
Cambreleng, Churchill C., on the Pleading by, 528.

Hudson's Bay Company, 133. Christ healing the Sick, 366.
Campbell, Thomas, The Poetical Christianity in Italy in the Middle
Works of, reviewed, 488, 496.

Ages, 58.
Canada, ceded to Great Britain, 77. Church of Rome, influence of, on
Capital crimes in the New Plymouth music, 7 on Italy, 59.
Colony, 313, 350.

Cicero's Tusculan Questions, 283.

gy, 513.

note,

Cities, on living in, 154, 158. Davenport, John, at New Haven,
Civilization, the Grecian, 463.

164 - facts respecting, 166 — be-
Clarendon, Lord, cited, 442.

friends the regicides, 167 — value
Clark, William. See Levis.

of, to New Haven Colony, ib.
Claude Lorraine, paintings of, 379, part taken by, in the religious con-
380.

troversy, 168 — his removal to
Claters, Mary, Glimpses of West- Boston, 169 — death of, 170 — his
ern life by, 206.

efforts to found a college, ib.
Clergy, on the support of the, in Davidson College, Address at, 533.

the Plymouth Colony, 332. Day, author of Sanford and Merton,
Climatc, influence of, on music, 3, 14. facts respecting, 425.
Coleridge, intimacy of Allston with, Dayrolles, Chesterfield's letters to,
368.

405, 411,416.
Colletta, Pietro, History of Naples Deception, anecdotes respecting, 427,

by, 323.
Columbia or Oregon River, 79 — Democratic government of Plymouth,

Mackenzie in error as to the, 87, 341.
90 — expedition to, by Lewis and Democritus, musical works by, 474.
Clark, 98. See Oregon.

Deputies, in the Plymouth Colony,
Columbus, Irving's, reviewed, 505, 345, 346.

512. Biography of, noticed, 535. Developement, national, 302.
Colville, Fort, 118, 140.

Doctor, origin of the title, 67.
Common Law of England, adoption Donna Mencia, 376.

of the, in New Plymouth, 348, 349. Doria, Andrea, dissertation on, 308.
Company, Chesterfield's embarrass- Douglas, David, expeditions by, 127.

ment on first going into, 408. Drama, origin of spiritual, 6.
Conant, T.J., his translation of Ge. Dryden, on Spenser, 201.

senius's Hebrew Grammar, 263. Duellists, first in New England, 348.
Condillac, efforts to overthrow the Duncan, Henry, Sacred Philosophy
school of, 326.

of the Seasons by, 505, 14.
Connecticut Colony, union of the Dynamometer, Batchelder's, 227.

New Haven with the, 168.
Corfu, Botta's History of, 313.

E.
Cortez, Life of, noticed, 5:36.
County Courts in Plymouth, 348. Eaton, Theophilus, settler of New
Coureurs des bois, 85,

Haven, 164, 165 — facts respect-
Corper, on Chesterfield, 428 -

ing, 171.
influenced by his times, 488, 489. Eclectics, positive and negative, 326.
Cox, Ross, adventures by, 109. Edgecombe, Earl of Mount, on glees,
Credits, remarks on, 527.

12.
Criminal law of Plymouth Colony, Edgeroorth, Mr., cited respecting
350.

Day, 425.
Critics, two classes of, on paintings, Education, Hillhouse on, for men of
359 — American, 360.

leisure, 259 - Chesterfield's plan
Crito, writings by, 479.

of, 417, 420 — present systems of,
Cromwell, Oliver, proposition of, to 506 - Massachusetts Board of,
the New Haven Colony, 167.

511 - Addresses on, noticed, 533.
Crooks, Ramsay, 115.

Eells, Samuel, Oration by, 533.
Crusades, effects of the,'on social Eleusinian mysteries, 482.
life, 60.

Elizabeth, Queen, remarks on, and
Currency, Felt's Massachusetts, 526. on the age of, 175 — her idea of
Cushman, Elder, cited, 449.

prerogative, ib. — her fondness for
Cynic philosophers, on beauty, 478. adiniration as a woman, 176 — her
D.

tyranny considered, 177 – her

identification with the nation, 178
Dante Alighieri, 75.

loyalty to, 179-wits of her age,
Davenant, Sir John, 8.

ib. - tyranny of the time of, iso

un-

on

on

- her baptismal train, ib. - reli. Für trade, early importance of the,
gious features of the age of, 181– in Canada, 84 - must be carried
its patriotism, 182 — historical in- on by associations, 88 — Pacific
cidents in the reign of, 184 - il- Fur Company for the, 107 oth-
lustrious men at that time, 185 — er American companies for, 115–
magnificence, of the age, 187 —its mode pursued in the, ib. See Hud-

literature 192. See Spenser. son's Bay Company.
Embury, Emma C., Pictures of Ear-

G.
ly Life by, 294, 506, 515.
England, music in,4,5,8 — features Gainsborough, a painter, 362, 363.

of, in the age of Elibabeth, 178– Galuppi, Pasquale, Elementi di Fi-
Greek literature in, 465. See losofia di, reviewed, 301 notice
Elizabeth and Great Britain.

of, and of his philosophy, 326
English language, Anglo-Saxon the, the origin of knowledge, 327 -
148.

the limits of, 328 – elements of
English poetry, decline of, 490 philosophy by, ib. - logic, ib.

Scott's, 491 – Byron's, 495 psychology, 329 — ideology, ib.
Campbell's, 496 — Moore's, 501 mixed logic and ethics, ib

prospective character of, 503. Gardiner, William, Bombet’s Life of
Epic poetry, Bode on Grecian, 469. Haydn by, reviewed, 1, 2.
Episcopalians, concessions by, 434 – General Court, in the Plymouth Col.
the contest between the Puritans ony, 344, 345 — judicial powers

and, not nierely political, 436. exercised by it, 348 — the great
Eumolpus, Eleusinian mysteries, rule of action adopted by the, 349
482.

- abolished by Andros, 354.
Explosions. See Steamboats, Genoa, emancipated, 308.

Genoese, characteristics of, 50.
F.

Genseric, stormed Rome, 46, note.

German Dictionary, by Flügel and
Facrie Queene, American edition of Sporschil, 279.

the, reviewed, 174, 199— persons German literature, in America, 279.
allegorized in the, 186 represen- German music, 3.
tative of the age, 187 — a mirror Germany, Greek literature in, 466–
of the times, 188 - directions for defects in the scholars of, 467.
reading, ib. — Todd's edition, 191 Gertrude of Wyoming, 498.

– Upton's notes, 194 — Warton's, Gesenius's Hebrew Grammar, 263.
197, 198. See Spenser.

Ghibelines in Italy, 58.
Fame, literary, 153.

Giannoni, History of Naples by, 323.
Felt, Joseph B., Massachusetts Cur- Gioja, Melchiorre, 332.
rency by, 526.

Gird, H. H., Address by, 533.
Feudal System, in Italy, 53.

Glees, Earl of Mount Edgecombe
Finches, described, 393.

cited on, 12.
Fine arts, Italy the republic of, 10. Glimpses of Western Life, 206.
Flemish painters, 364.

Goffe, facts as to, 167.
Florida Treaty, cedes to the United Goldsmith, Oliver, on Spenser, 204.

States the country of Oregon, 111. Government of Plymouth, 341.
Flue boilers, 27.

Governor in Plymouth, fine for non-
Flügel, J. G., German Dictionary acceptance of the office of, 352,
by, noticed, 279.

six only, 357.
Fly-catchers, 400.

Great Britain, policy of, as to the
Forcellini's Lexicon, 467.

Indians, 101-104 — detection of it,
Foreign debt, 528.

and the consequences, 104 — re-
France, literature of, in the Middle marks on her claim to Oregon,
Ages, 69.

130. See British and England.
French philosophy in Italy, 311, 325. Grecian literature, 63.
French possessions in America, prior Grecian philosophers, 472.
to 1763, 76.

Grecian poetr

Bode's History of,

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