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reviewed, 462 — ancient writers - returns of the, for 1828, 133 —
and theories on, 472 — earliest, proceedings of the, 138.

481. See Bode and Poctry. Hughes, on the essay of, 202.
Grecians, homogeneousness of the Hume, on Spenser, 204.

462, 469 permanency of their Humming bird, ruff-necked, 387.
civilization, 463 – ancient and Hunt, Wilson P., at Astoria, 107.
modern, ib. treatment of their Hyperion, a Romance, reviewed,
political history, 464 — literary 145 — simplicity of the plan of,
history of, 465 – philosophers of 146 — the style, 147 – literary
the, 472 – philosophy of art of criticisms in, 149 — poetical trans-
the, 473.

lations in, ib. - extracts from, 150.
Greece, the Orphic age of, 480 — the
Heroic age of, 481.

I.
Guelphs, in Italy, 58.

Imitation, the philosophy of, 476.
Imperial woodpecker, 399.

Inilian titles, law respecting, 82.
Hale, S. J., Selections from Jane Indians, Canada fur trade with, 85
Taylor by, 506, 515.

— British policy as to the, 101 –
Hallam, Henry. Middle Ages by, annual war pay to the, 102 — con-

43, 44-on the Faerie Queene, 201. duct of Plymouth towards, 357, 459.
Handel, the style of, 11.

Intellectual culture, as a test and to-
Hare, on explosions, 33.

ken of the destiny of nations, 302
Harrard College, founded, 170.

- abuse of the term, 509.
Hawks, remarks on, 394, 395, 400. Ireland, Moore's feelings for, 501.
Haydn, Lise of, reviewed, J.

Irnerius, at Bologna University, 67.
Hague, William, Centennial Dis. Irving, Washington, on Astoria,
course by, noticed, 525.

113 on Wyeth's expedition,
Hebrew, works on, noticed, 263, 124 — on the proceedings of the
Heidelberg, castle of, 151.

Hudson's Bay Company, 142--
Henry VIII., quarrels with the Pope Life of Columbus by, 505, 512.
436.

Italian history, contributors to, 308,
Heroic age of Greece, 484.

309, 316, 317, 323.
Highlands, of Scotland, ornithologi. Italian language, corruption of the,
cal excursion to the, 390.

304, 309 — labors for the, 305, 307.
Hillhouse, James A., Dramas, Dis. Italian literature, in the Mid le

courses, and other Pieces by, re- Ages, 63, 65 — from 1800 to 1833,
viewed, 231 — his finish and style, 303.
232 – Percy's Masque, 235 — Ha. Italian music, 3 – history of, and of
dad, 239 — outline of his Deme- English, 6.
tria, 243 — faults in his poems, Italian opera, in America, 15, 16.
254 — his prose Discourses, 257 Italian painters, 364.
Phi Beta Discourse, 258 Ly. Italian philosophy, 325 — full revival
ceum Discourse, 259.

of, 326 – principal leaders in, and
Hope, remarks on, 498.

sketch of, ib. - application of, to
Horses, for cavalry in the Middle art and science, 334.
Ages, 56.

Italian poetry,rise and progress of 73.
Flomer, poets before, 481 - antiqui. Italy, the republic of art, 10 – his.

ty of, considered, 485 — Bode on, tory of, during the Middle Ages,
ib.

44 - invasions of, by Alaric and
Hudson's Bay Company, 77 — Indian others, 45, 46, 54, 72 — the races

trade with the, 85 – collisions of, of, 49 — prospective union of races
with the Northwest Company, 92, in, 52— feudal system, 53 - chiv
113— their union,93 — power and alry in, 55 — Roman democracy
intrusion of the, 93, 113, 140 — and aristocracy in, ib. — Guelphs
monopoly of the, 111 establish- and Ghibelines in, 57 – influence
ment of, at Fort Vancouver,113 of the church in, 58 – effects of

the crusades on, 61 — rise of uni- Lee, Jason, missionary, 122, 126.
versities in, 67 — zeal for abstruse Lewis, Meriwether, selected for an
studies in, 68 works on, re- expedition to Oregon, 84, 96 –
viewed, 302 — history, as indica- Outline of his expedition with
tive of letters in, 308 — influence Clark, 96.
of French philosophy in, 311, 325 Liberty, protection of colonial, con-
- misrepresented, 335 — society sidered, 443 — dependence of civil
in, ib. See Italian.

and religious, on the Puritans,
Ivanhoe, anecdote respecting, 489. 452.

Libraries, remarks on, 509, 510.
J.

Linnæus, classification of birds by,

382.
Jamaica, proposition to remove the Linus of Chalcis, a poet, 482.

New Haven colony to, 167,
James I., denounced Puritans, 440.

Literary fame, 153.

Literary men, remarks on, 152, 154.
Jay's Treaty, navigation of the Mis-

Literature, 63 — in the age of Queen
sissippi according to, 94 — abro-

Elizabeth, 192 - of Queen Anne,
gation of, 105.

201 on judging of nations by,
Jefferson, Thomas, projects by, for

302 — of Chesterfield's time, 415.
exploring Oregon, 83, 84, 95 —

See Arabian, Grecian, Italian, and
cited as to Ledyard, 83 — plans Roman.

Lewis and Clark's expedition, 95. Litta, Pomponio, Count, 309.
Jenkins's Ohio Gazetteer, 294.

Lives of Eminent Americans, 505.
Johnson, Samuel, on Spenser, 203 Locke, Dr., on the Steamboat Mo-
- and Chesterfield, 405, 412— on

selle, 31.
Chesterfield's Letters to his Son, Logic of Galuppi, 328.
414, 428.

Lombards, invasion of Italy by, 47
Joubert, in Piedmont, 313.

characteristics of the, 49 -
Judicial system of New Plymouth,

their rules, 54 — ignorance under
348.

the, 64, 72.
Jury, trial by, at Plymouth, 343, 348. Longfellow, H. W., translation by,
Juvenile Series of the School Libra.

149, 269 — Voices of the Night

by, 266. See Hyperion.
K.

Lothrop, Rev. S. K., his Sermon

on the Destruction of the Steam-
Kant and Galuppi, 327, 328, 329. boat Lexington, 537.
Keese's Poets of America, 289. Louisiana, on the acquisition of, in
Kelley, Hall J., expedition of, 120, relation to Oregon, 94, 96, 97.
121.

Louisiana Institute, Gird's Address
Kingsley's Historical Discourse, 432. before the, noticed, 533.
Knowledge, origin of, 327 — limits Louvre, Imperial gallery of the, 367.
of, 328.

Lyric poetry, Grecian, 487.

M.
La Fontaine. A Present, 277.
Lady of the Lake, 493.

McDougal, Duncan, in the Astorian
Lalla Rookh, Moore's, 502.

expedition, 107, 108.
Langley's Principia Saxonica, 530. Macgillioray, William, History of
Langue de si, 66.

British Birds by, reviewed, 381
Lasus on music, 474.

his mode of classification, ib.,
Latin language, downfall of the, 63, 383 — his four groups, 384 — Au-
65 —

Monti's study of the, 305. dubon's concurrence with, ib.
Laud, Davenport threatened by, 166 excursion of, to the Highlands of

policy of, 438, 440, 443. Scotland, with Audubon, 390.
Southey on, 445.

Machinery, at the second Mechanic
Lay of the Last Minstrel, 491.

Exhibition, 225.
Ledyard, John, his project of explor. Mackenzie, Sir Alexander, connected
ing Oregon, 83.

with the Northwest Company, 84,
VOL. L. · No. 107.

71

ry, 505, 515.

L.

pany, 140.

86 — his expedition to the Arc- Mississippi, river, depth of the, 25
tic Sea, 86 — beyond the Rocky - free navigation of the, accord-
Mountains, ib. -- its importance, ing to Jay's Treaty, 94. See
88 - suggestions by, 89.

Steamboats.
Mackinaw Fur Company, 105. Missouri, trading of the British with
McLeay, Quinary system of, 382. Indians in, 132.
McLeod, in the Hudson's Bay Com-Mitchell's Grecian Comedies, 466.

Mitford's History of Greece, 465.
McTavish, agent, purchases Astoria, Molineri, Ignazio, botanist, 310.
108.

Molini, Giuseppe, 308.
Madden, Dr., Chesterfield's letter to, Monks, literary labors of, 153.
405.

Monroe, James, on Oregon, 111.
Magna Grecia, 51.

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, on
Malbone, effect of, on Allston, 361, deception, 427, note.
365.

Montaigne, on motives, 449.
Mamiani della Rovere, Count, 332. Monti, Vincenzo, Proposta di alcune
Manners, Chesterfield's estimate of, Correzioni ed Aggiunti al Vocabo-

and discipline for forming, 407, lario della Crusca di, reviewed,
222. See Chesterfield.

301 — labors of, for the Italian lan-
Manufactures. See Massachusetts. guage, 305 — biographical sketch
Marengo, battle of, 314.

of, ib.— Botta's acquaintance with,
Marmion, Scott's, 492.

314.
Martin, paintings by, 372, 374. Moore, America visited by, 500 -
Massachusetts, early education in, his poetry, 501 — his patriotism,

170 - union of Plymouth with, ib, secret of his defects, ib.
355 — distinction between the ear- Moors, intolerance of the, in Spain,
ly settlers of, ib.

69.
Massachusetts Board of Education, Morton's Hope, noticed, 295.
511.

Moselle steamboat, facts as to the,
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic 29-34.

Association, The Second Exhibi- Motives, Montaigne on, 449.
tion of the, 223.

Mozart, Life of, reviewed, 1.
Massachusetts Currency, Felt's, 526. Music, want of national, in Ameri-
Massuchusetts patent, 444.

ca, 2, 12 – characteristics of, in
Mather, Increase, agent in England, different countries, 3 — influence
355.

of poetry on, ib., 5 — of climate
Maty, Dr., Life of Chesterfield by, and natural scenery, 3 — German
404, note - on Chesterfield's fail

and Italian, ib. — want of nation-
ure in the House of Coinmons, 409. al, in England, 4,9 — history of
Mayflower, last survivor of the, 357. English and Italian, compared, 6
Mechanic Association, 223.

- effect of Puritanism on, 7 –
Melampus, 483.

English composers of church, 12
Memory, Audubon on trusting to, prospects for the growth of a
390.

national, in America, 13 - Acad-
Messenger of the General Court, 345.

emy of, in Boston, 17 — in the
Michaux, André, on a western expe. Boston public schools, ib. — state
dition, 84.

of, in Boston, 18 — ancient theo-
Michilimackinac, fur trade at, 85. retical views of, 473-476 - works
Middle Ages, Hallam's View of the on ancient, 474.

State of Europe during the, re- Musical Mugazine, 12, 18.
viewed, 43 - effects of the, on Mythi, of Homer, 480.
the existing order of society, ib. Mythical age, 480.

See Italy.
Migration of birds, 388, 401.

N.
Milton, John, on Uriel, cited, 373.

uninfluenced by his age, 489 Naples, character of the people of,
cited, 504.

52 - histories of, 323.

National developement, on judging Nome, Olympus inventor of the,
ot 301.

482.
National music, 4, 6. See Music. Non nobis, Domine, 12.
National wrongs, redressing, 105, Normans, in northern France, 71.
501.

North America, British possessions
Nuudowessies, 79 - Carver Grant in, prior to 1763, 76 — plans for
by, 81.

crossing, 88, 91.
New England plantations, 162. See Northwest Company, formation of
Pilgrims and Puritans.

the, 86 – control of Indians by
New Haven, Bacon's Thirteen His- the, 94, 100 — territory explored

torical Discourses at, reviewed, by the, 105 — sale of Astoria to
161, 432 — first settlers and settle- the, 108, 109. See Hudson's Bay
ment of, 164, 172 — organization Company.
of the church and government of, Northwestern Boundary of the Unit-
165 — the basis of the laws of, ib. ed States, facts as to the, 94, 109
— leading men at, ib., 167

prop

-articles of convention respecting
osition for removing to Jamaica, ib. it, 109, 110. See Oregon.

union of with the Connecticut Nuttall, visit to Oregon by, 127 —
colony, 163 — Eaton, governor of, ruff-necked humming-bird seen
171.

by, 387 — violet-green swallow de.
New Home, reviewed, 206.

scribed by, 388 — on a finch, 394.
New Plymouth Colony, origin of,
337, 3:33 geographical territory

0.
of, 338

- seillement of, 339 — ori.
gin of the government of, 340 – Odoacer, king of Italy, 47, and note.
charter purchased for, 342 — early Office, compulsion respecting, in Ply-
legislation in, 343 — first records mouth colony, 352.
of, ib. revision of the laws of, Ohio Gazelleer. See Jenkins.
344 — representative government Olen, a Grecian poet, 4€2.
in, 345 – character of the records Olympus of Mysia, 482.
of the laws of, 346 — selection Opera, origin of the, 6 - in 1658, 8
from the laws, with amendinents, - in America, 15 – in London,
347 — laws of, digested and print- ib.
ed, 348 – judicial system of, ib. Oratorio, origin of the, 6.
common law of England in, ib., Oregon, earliest mention of, 75, 79
349 — its criminal law, 350 — the – views of, by Carver, 80 .by
capital criines in, ib. punish- Ledyard, 83 — by Jefferson, ib.
menls, 351 opposition to tobac-

Mackenzie's expedition to, 84, 86
reluctance to holding - its importance, 88-concessions
public office in, ib, - compulsion to Great Britain in, 94, 133, 135–
respecting it, 352 – support of effects of the acquisition of Louis-
clergy in, ib. schools in, 353 - iana on, 95 – expedition to, by
tyranny of Andros over the, 354 Lewis and Clark, 98 — Astor's

- union of, with Massachusetts, project, 106 — ceded to the United
355 — feelings respecting it, 356 States, 111 the subject of, com-

extensive influence of the, 357 mended to the notice of Congress,
remarks on the government, ib. 132, 136 — extent of, 113 — expe-
- the intercourse with the in- ditions to, by Ashley and Henry,
dians, ib. - its conduct towards 114 – by Pitcher, 118 — by Kel-
the Quakers, ib. - settlers of, sep: ley, 120 — by Wyeth, 124, 126 —
aratists, 444. See Pilgrims and by Bonneville, 125 — by Douglas,
Puritans.

127 — by Townsend and Nuttall,
New York Revier, (Article 2. Pol. ib. by Parker, 128 — British

itics of the Puritans,] reviewed, right to, 130 — Ball's journey to,
432.

132 — Slacum's agency at, 138 –
Nobles in Italy, in the Middle Ages, proceedings of the Hudson's Bay

Company there, 137 – 144

co, ib.

56.

-re-

gon, 133.

marks on protecting, 144. See

Pictures, two classes of critics on,
Astoria and Hudson's Bay Com- 359. See Allston.
pany.

Piedmont, corruptness of the dia.
Oriental literature and poetry, 68. lects in, 309 – French principles
Ornithological Biography, Vol. V., in, 311 -government of, over-
by John James Audubon, review- thrown, 313

— various revolutions
ed, 381.

in, 314 — reëstablishment of the
Ornithology, classifications in, 382 French power in, ib. — union of,

attention to, 389. See Audubon with France, ib.
and Macgillidray.

Pilgrims, voyage of the, to New
Orpheus, 481 — remarks on, 483. Plymouth, 339 — their political
Orphic age, 480.

freedom, 340 — social compact by
Osgood, Frances Sargent, a Wreath the, ib. distinction between the
of Wild Flowers by, 269.

Plymouth and the Massachusetts,
Otis, George Alexander, Tusculan 356. See New Plymouth.

Questions of Cicero by, noticed, Pitcher, Joshua, expedition of, be-
283.

yond the Rocky Mountains, 118–
Owls, remarks on, 400.

on the joint occupation of Ore-
P.

Pizarro, Life of, noticed, 536.

Plainfield, Massachusetts, History
Pacific Fur Company, formed, 107. of, 524.
Pacific Ocean. See Atlantic. Planter's Plea, reviewed, 432 - cit-
Paesiello, letter to, by Botta, 311. ed, 446, 447, 460.
Painting, influence of Poetry on, Plato, 475 - on the philosophy of
368. See Allston and Pictures.

art, 476.
Paley's Natural Theology, reviewed, Pleading, Chitty's Precedents in,
505, 513.

noticed, 528.
Pamphus, of Athens, a poet, 482. Pleasing, Chesterfield on, 429 — re-
Papi, Commentaries of, on the marks on, 431.
French Revolution, 325.

Pleasures of Hope, Campbell's, 496.
Parker, Samuel, Journal of an Ex- Plymouth. See New Plymouth.

ploring Tour beyond the Rocky Poetical translations, Longfellow's,
Mountains by, reviewed, 75

149, 269.
count of it, 128.

Poetry, influence of, on music,
Patent, the Massachusetts, 444. 3,5 - Arabian, 68 — in Spain, ib.
Pebblebrook, and the Harding Fami- of the Troubadours, 70 - of
ly, 273.

the Trouvères, 71 — rise and
Perkins Institution for the Blind, progress of Italian, 73 - influ.

Eighth Annual Report of the, 520. ence of, on painting, 368 — in-
Perticari, Giulio, Count, 306 — facts nateness of, 474 - Plato's specu-
respecting, 307.

lations on, 476 Aristotle's, 479
Peters, Samuel, petition by, for the - influence of the age on, 488 –
Carver Grant, 81 facts respect-

decline of, 490. See English, Fae-
ing, 82, note.

rie Queene, Grecian, and Italian.
Petrarch, last of the troubadours, 72. Poets of America, Keese's, noticed,
Phidias, borrowed from Homer, 481. 289.
Philammon of Delphi, 483.

Poggi, of Parma, publishes Botta's
Philolaus on music, 473.

History of Italy, 317.
Philosophers, remarks on ancient, Poli, Baldassare, 330.
473.

Politics of the Puritans, an article
Philosophy. See Grecian and Ital- in the New York Review upon
ian.

the, reviewed, 432. See Pilgrims
Philosophy of art, the Greek, 473- and Puritans.
Plato's, 176.

Pope, on the Faerie Queene, 189,
Pianoforte-making, in Boston, 229. note.
Picture of Early Life, noticed, 294. Porson, remarks on, 465.

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