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Indians, success against the, at the Knowledge, on the origin of, 15.

Moravian towns, 230 — accompa-
ny Oglethorpe to England, 458

L.
measures for converting, in Geor.
gia, 460. See Lower Creek Indi. La Fontaine. See Fontaine.
ans and Tomo Chichi.

Lamartine, a poetical traveller, 176.
Cherokees, Parsons on, 331. Landscape gardening. See Down-

Shawanoes, treaty with, in ing.
1786, 329 - Parsons on, 330. Language. See English, French,
Infinity, on the idea of, 21.

and German.
Inscriptions, funeral, 405.

Languages of countries, travellers
Interments, 385, 399, 400.

should understand, 179.
Irving, Washington, Biography and

Late war.

See War of 1812.
Poetical Remains of Margaret Mil- Laurel Hill Cemetery, on the Rive

ler Davidson by, reviewed, 139. er Schuylkill, near Philadelphia,
Israelites, their passage through the Regulations of the, reviewed, 385

Red Sea, 183, 184 — their place -remarks on, 398.
of encampment near Mount Ho. Lectures before the American Insti-
reb, 187.

tute of Instruction in 1840, notic-
J.

ed, 252.

Lectures. See Public Lectures.
Jackson, Charles T., on humus or Lichnowsky, Prince, patron of Bee-
geine, 164.

thoven, 297.
Jerusalem, visit to, by Robinson and Liebig, Justus, Webster's edition of

Smith, 191 site of the temple his Organic Chemistry, reviewed,
there, 192 — of the tower of Hip- 147 — its character, 151 — abstract
picus, 196 — the Golgotha and of his views on the food of plants,
Holy Sepulchre at, 197 — popula- and their modes and sources of
tion of, 'ib. employments there, nourishment, 152 — value of his

ib. climate, 198. See Robinson. work, 163 remarks on Web-
Jews, in the Holy Land, 197 -

- set.

ster's edition of it, 163.
tled in Georgia, 460.

Lieutenants, number of, on board
Job Solinian, an African slave, no- ships, 379.
tice of, 457.

Lincoln, Levi, An Address by, on
Johnson, Colonel, services rendered the Consecration of the Worcester

by, to General Harrison, 230. Rural Cemetery, reviewed, 385
Judiciary. See Constitution.

cited, 392.

Literature, Schlegel's Lectures on,
K.

noticed, 524. See French liter-

ature.
Kant, remarks on, 4

Locke, John, Cousin's review of, 13
ries, 7
on space, 18.

his purpose in writing his Es-
Kennedy, John P., Dedication of the

say, 15 – Cousin's misconceptions
Green Mount Cemetery. Address

of, 15, 26 -

error of, as to mediate
by, reviewed, 385 – cited, 393. knowledge, 30 - on Freedom of
Kenney, W. S., Chess Player by, the Will, 32- charged with Ma-
noticed, 540.

terialism, 33 — on the proof of a
King, Rufus, on the reëligibility of God, 37.' See Cousin.
the President, 68.

Love, as treated by George Sand,
King, Thomas Butler, from the 109, 126, 130, 131, 135.

Committee on Naval Affairs, Re- Lovering, Joseph, and W. Cranch
port of, July 7th, 1841, reviewed, Bond, Account of Magnetic Ob.
360 - on a Home Squadron, 361 servations by, noticed, 520.
--on the exposure of the South- Lover Creek Indians, Oglethorpe's
ern coast, 362.

treaty with, 456.
Kingston, L. C., on capturing, in Lynch, Anne C., The Rhode nd
1813, 228.

Book by, noticed, 271.

his catego-

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acter, 81

-au-

M.

of, 479 — Prescott's expected work

on the conquest of, 503. See Cen-
McClure, General, burning of New- tral America and Stephens.
ark by, 230.

Midshipmen, on the number of, in
Mc Donough, Commodore, 235. the navy, 375.
McKenzie, Alexander Slidell, Life of Miles, E., An Epitome, Historical,

Perry by, reviewed, 79 — his suc- Statistical, and Descriptive, of the
cess, 80 — cited on Perry's char- Royal Naval Service of England

his account of Perry's by, reviewed, 360.
victory, 84 - act of, at Rio de la Military officers, disobedience of, 220.
Plata, 88.

Milton, on ornamenting graves, 408.
Mackinaw, on the fall of, 214, 217. Miniature German Romances, no-
McLeod, Alexander, on the case of, ticed, 536.

90.— Speeches, and Justice Cow- Missionaries, literary men under ob-
en's opinion on, reviewed, 412 – ligations to, 210.
case of, considered, 413 — outline Monroe, James, at the battle of Bla-
of it, with remarks, ib. — on the densburg, 237.
decision refusing to discharge, Moore, tribute of, to Mary, 387.
429.

Moosa, Fort, captured, 472.
Madison, James, on censuring, for Moravian towns, effects of the victo-
his Convention Papers, 53

ry at the, 230
thority of his reports, 53 - cited Morris, Gouverneur, 53 — on the re-
on democratic tendencies, 61, 62– eligibility of the President, 68.
remarks on his character and ser. Morion, George, synonymous with
vices, 74 - at the battle of Bla- George Mourt, 266.
densburg, 237.

Moscheles, Ignace, Life of Beetho-
Madison Papers, reviewed, 41 ven by, reviewed, 289— his com-

belong to ihe National Archives, petency for it, 290 — biographical
ib. — their value, 43.

sketch of, ib. subscriber lo a
Maelzel, Beethoven and, 306.

musical library, ib., 291, 292 — pu-
Magnetic Observations, by Joseph pil of Weber, 290 — repairs to Vi.

Lovering and W. Cranch Bond, enna, 292 — acquaintance of, with
noticed, 520.

Beethoven, 293 - his musical
Maguaga, on the affair at, 217.

powers, 294.
Malden, Canada, Proctor's retreat to, Mount Auburn, Story's Address on

219 – General Harrison crosses the Dedication of the Cemetery of,
over to, 229.

reviewed, 385, 389 -

success of its
Manures, 158, 163.

establishment, 391 — its gate, ib.
Manzoni, Alessandro, Tragedie ed statistics respecting, ib., note,

altre Poesie di, reviewed, 169— tal- inscriptions there, 405.
ent of, eminently lyrical, 170, Mourt's Relation, Young on, 266.
172 — defects of, 170 — his Trage- Mozart befriends Beethoven, 297
dies, ib.

his Sacred Hymns, character of his works, 313.
172 his Ode on Napoleon, ib. Music, on learning, from books, 243
Marietta, Ohio, settlement of, 333, remarks on, 291, 313 –
345— first emigrants to, 345, 346 pidity in, 315. See Navy and

- described in 1803, 349 — floods Warren.
there, 350 — early attention to ed. Muskingum, early ship-building on
ucation in, 353, 354 college the, 349.
there, 354.

N.
Marshall, John, on the efficacy of a

republican government, 72. Nageli, on Beethoven, 313.
Martin, Luther, in the Federal Con. Naples, charnel-pits in, 388.
vention, 53.

Napoleon, Manzoni's Ode on, 172 –
Materialism, Locke charged with, 33. Beethoven's feelings towards, 304.
Mauprat. See Sand, George. National defence. See War of 1812
Meiys, Fort, Proctor's investment, National Songs, 79.
of, 220.

Nadal biographies, 79.
Mexican empire, ancient inhabitants Naral officers, American, on a Re-

— on га-

tired List of, 86, 95, 376 - non.
advancement of, 95

-on Admi.
rals among, 96.
Navy, effects of music in the, 79 –

present condition of the American,
85 requires reorganization, 86

on a Retired List in the, 86, 95,
376 compared with foreign na-
vies, 86 — insufficiency of the,
88, 93 -

at Rio de la Plata, 88 –
in the Pacific, in 1834, ib. - to
guard against invasion, 89, 101 –
steam in the, 89, 91, 92 — neces-
sity of a Home Squadron, 91, 93,
number of American steamers in
the, 92 - Raleigh on the, 93 -- the
only safe standing military estab-
lishment, ib. — ships of the, rot-
ting, 94 - on Admirals in the, 96.
See American Navy, British Na-
vy, French Navy, Impressments,
King, and Paulding.
Necessity, the doctrine of, 31.
Newark, burning of, in 1813, 230.
New England Ohio Company, outline

of the history of the, 323 — first
publication respecting the, 324 —
meetings held, 325 – inaccuracies
as to the, 329 — on the selection
of their purchase, ib. — plan of
their association, 331
ion of, with the Sciota Company,
337, 338 — contract of, with Con-

tract bargained for,
by the, 344 — character of the
tract, 350 — interest of the, in edu-
cation, 353. See Cutler, Marietta,

and Ohio.
New-Englanders, character of, 327,

328.
New Haven Cemetery, 390, note.
Nero Orleans, on the battle of, 239.
New York, Green-Wood Cemetery

Office, anecdote of St. Clair as to,

347, note.
Officers, disobedience of military,

220. See American Nady and

Naval officers.
Ogechee River, fort built on the, 457.
Oglethorpe, James, Founder of the

Colony of Georgia, Biographical
Memorials of, by Thaddeus Mason
Harris, reviewed, 448 — time of
his birth, 449 — events in his ear-
ly life, ib. — with Prince Eugene,
ib. in Parliament, 450 — his
speeches, ib. — his interest in pris.
ons, ib. — in impressments of sea-
men, ib. -- in the British colo-
nists, 451 - in religious tolera-
tion, ib. connexion of, with the
Royal African Company, ib.
befriends an African slave, 452
embarkation of, for Georgia, 454
-Governor, 455 - his administra-
tion, ib. — his treatment of the In-
dians, 456 — Tomo Chichi, ib. -
Indian treaties, ib. — builds Fort
Argyle, 457

excursions by, ib.
- aids Saltzburgers, 458— his vis-
it to England, ib. returns with
emigrants, 460 — called General,
462 — his interest in the colony,
ib. — at St. Simon's Island, 463

-excursion of, with Indians, ib.
- his troubles with Spaniards, 464

appointed commander-in-chief,
465 — expedition of, ib. — shot
at, 466 - goes to Savannah to
quiet discontents, ib. — calls on
South Carolina for aid, 470 — his
expedition against the Spaniards,
471 - censured, 472 defends
Frederica, 474 — stratagem by,
475 — marches into Florida, 476—
returns to England, ib. — charges
against, ib. — subsequent events
of his life, 477 — his death, ib.

See Georgia and Harris
Ohio, Transactions of the Historical

and Philosophical Society of, and
Atwater's History of, reviewed,
320 — rapid growth of, ib., 345,
355 — early democracy of, 321
on materials for the history of, ib.
- emigration from, ib.

incep-
tion and history of the New Eng.
land Ohio Company, 323 — Wal-
ker on the early settlement of, 326
- early migration to, 327 344 —
character of the early settlers, ib.,
328 — Parsons's letter on, 329

connex-

gress, 343–

near, 399.

Niagara frontier, campaign on the,

in 1814, 232.
Nitrogen, as the food of plants, 157.
Northeastern and Northwestern Boun-

daries, remarks on the, 439.
Northwestern Territory, counties in

the, in 1796, 356, note. See Dane.
Nye, Arius, on the inception of the

New England Ohio Company
movement, 323.

0.

Ocosingo, account of ruins near, 498

- on their antiquity, 504.

ter, ib.

emigrating wagon to, from Massa. Peabody, Ephraim, as a writer, 519,
chusetts, 333 — exaggerations as 521.
to, ib. — remarks on the Sciota Père la Chaise, 402 — inscriptions
Company, 337 — names of the first there, 405.
emigrants to, 346 --- first judges of, Perry, Oliver Hazard, Commodore,
347, note - Indian troubles, 348 — Mackenzie's Life of, reviewed, 79
ship-building in, 349— floods there, - his parentage, early life, and
350 - education in, 352- Colle- death, 80 — his character, 81 — as
ges there, 353 — travelling in, in a commander, 82— his personal
1801,357 — steam navigation, 358. appearance, 83 — private charac-
See Cutler, Marietta, and New

his controversy with
England Ohio Company.

Chauncey, 84 — his difficulty with
Ohio Company. See Ohio and Nero Elliott, 85 value of his Life to
England Ohio Company.

officers, ib. anecdote of, near
Ohio river, height of freshets in the, Fort George, 226 — citation by,
350.

from Vattel, 377.
Ontario, Lake, campaign on, in 1813, Persia, on travelling in, 178.
2:22.

Personal identity, the idea of, 23.
Oregon, United States' right to, 440 Petra, Robinson's visit to, 199 — the
- British forts there, 442.

dead honored in, 388.

Pharaoh's Castle, at Wady Mûsa,
P.

201.

Philadelphia. See Laurel Hill Cem.
Palenque, Guatemala, ruins at, 480 etery.

del Rio's visit to, ib. Cabre- Philosophy. See Cousin.
ra's Report on, ib. – visit to, by Pickens, Mr., Report of, on McLeod,
Dupaix, 481, 482 --the stone hous- 90.
es at, 481, 482, 484 — Castañeda's Pike, General, death of, 224.
designs of ruins there,481, 482, 487 Pilgrim Fathers, Young's Chroni.
visit to, by Stephens, 482

cles of the, noticed, 264.
tiquity of the ruins near, 504. Pinckney, Charles, acts of, in the
Palermo, cadavery at, 401.

Federal Convention, 54, 55.
Palestine. See Holy Land.

Plants, constituent parts of, 152,-
Palmerston, Lord, his neglect of Mr. the mode of their receiving food, ib.
Stevens's representations, 437.

inorganic constituents of, 160.
Pantology, by Roswell Park, notic- Plato, on funeral monuments, 385.
ed, 516.

Plattsburg, on the battle at, 235.
Paris, on the lectures in, 245. Pliny, on the body, 386.
Parisian Linguist, noticed, 538. Plymouth. See Young.
Park, Roswell, Pantology by, no. Poetical Literature of the West, Se-
ticed, 536.

lections from the, noticed, 521.
Parsons, Samuel Holden, visits Ohio, Political science. See Tucker.

an Indian commissioner, in Politics, on corruption in, 73.
1785, 329.

Poor debtors. See Debtors.
Parsons, Samuel H., judge in Ohio, Prentice, George D., a poet, 523.
347.

Prescott, William H., work by, on
Parły, germ of, in the United States, the conquest of Mexico, 503.
47.

President, Gerry cited on the popu.
Paulding, J. K., Letter from the Sec- lar election of, 62 - early mode

retary of the Navy, transmitting of electing, 65 reëligibility of
Copies of the Proceedings of the the, 66 — tendency of democracy
Naval Courts-Martial, in the cases in the election of, 77.
of Commander Smoot, and Lieu- Prisons, Oglethorpe's interest in,
tenants Sharpe and Stallings, re- 450.
viewed, 360 – cited on the decis- Proctor, British General, 218 - his
ions of courts-martial, 371 - on retreat to Malden, 219 - invest-
different grades in the navy, 373. ment of Fort Meigs by, 220 — pur-
See American Nary.

suit of, 229.

an-

as

-

Propertius, on sepulture, 402, note.
Prorost, Sir George, always un.

lucky, 235.
Psychology, by Rauch, noticed, 251.
Public lectures, remarks on, in Amer-

ica, 244 - in Paris, 245.
Putnam, Rufus, General, connexion

of with the New England Ohio
Company, 324 — Superintendent,

345 moves to the West, 345.
Putnam, William Rufus, 325.

Q.

Queenstown, 222, 241 the road to,

226.
Quirigua, Catherwood's visit to,
497.

R.

- pass the Red Sea, 183 - at
Mount Sinai, 185 - encounter a
Sirocco, 190 — visit wells at Beer-
sheba, ib. - at Jerusalem, 191 -
principles of examination adopted
by, ib. -- discoveries by, as to the
site and remains of the temple, 192

- the arch, 195 — the tower of
Hippicus, 196 — Golgotha and the
Holy Sepulchre, 197 excursions
by, to Wady Mūsa, or Petra, or
Edom, 199 — to the Dead Sea, 203

- their zeal, 207 — in a subterra-
nean passage, 207 - privileges of,
at Berlin, ib. — their amount of
details considered, 208 — value of
their work in illustrating the
Scriptures, 209 — Ritter cited re-

specting, 211.
Robinson Crusoe, Greek Translation

of, noticed, 273.
Romantic School, in France, 104.
Roses, on graves, 406.
Ross, General, on the conduct of, at

Bladensburg and Washington, 239.
Rousseau, George Sand compared

with, 107.
Royal African Company, 451.
Royal Torch, Warren on the, 275.
Rural Cemeteries, works on, review-

ed, 385 — historical notice of
American, 388 — establishment of,
in various places, 390 — on chap-
els in, 397 — inscriptions in, 405

flowers, ib. — symbols and em-
blems, 409.
Rutherforth, cited, 425.

S.

Raisin, River, on the action there,

217.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, on the com-

mand of the sea, 93.
Randolph, Edmund, doctrines advo-

cated by, in the Federal Conven-
tion, 54 — cited on democratic

tendencies, 60, 61.
Rauch, F. A., Psychology by, no-

ticed, 251.
Reason, impersonality of, 9.
Red Sea, passage of the, by the Israel-

ites, 183—place and time of it, 184.
Reflection and consciousness, 17.
Religious toleration, favored by Ogle.

thorpe, 451.
Rephidim, Israelites at, 186.
Representation, principle of, 56.
Representatives, on electing, by a

single ticket, 59.
Republic, a democracy and, 63.
Retired List of officers, 86, 95, 376.
Rheumatism, Warren on, 274, 276.
Rhode Island Book, for 1841, noticed,

271.
Richter, Jean Paul, 519.
Ritter, Professor, cited on Robinson

and Smith's Biblical Researches,

211,
Robbins, Asher, on the Madison Pa-
Robinson, E., Biblical Researches in

Palestine, Mount Sinai, and Ara-
bia Petræa, by him and E. Smith,
reviewed, 178 — their worth, 180,
207, 210 — their qualifications for
the work, 180, 206 — works by,
181 — their first wanderings, 182

Sailors. See Impressments and Sea-

men.

St. Augustine. See Spaniards.
St. Clair, General, 340 — anecdote

of, as to office, 347, note.
St. Simon's, fort built at, 463. See

Frederica.
Salem. See Harmony Grove Ceme-

tery.
Saltzburgers, settlement of, in Geor-

gia, 458, 400, 402.
Sand, George (Madame Dudevant)

Euvres de, reviewed, 103 — her
literary power, 106 — one of a
school, ib. her personal history,

character of her writings,
107, 112 — compared with Mad-
amé de Staël and Rousseau, ib.-

pers, 42.

ib. -

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