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INDEX TO VOL. LXVI.
Abercromby, Mr, in Sardinia, 587. Bawr, Madame, tale by, 609.
Beattie, Dr, on Gray's elegy, 242.
free-traders, 115—population of Wales, der, 12.
Blanc, Louis, his “ Protest,” 231.
laws to, 73-distressed state of, in Ire. Bolingbroke on the national debt, 665.
Boroughs, predominance given by the
system on, 528.
reciprocity system, 117, 118-cost of Diary, 501.
raising grain in, 120—forests of, 464. Bread stuffs, importation of, 766.
206, 207, 208, 211, 215.
Brougham, Lord, on the marriage law of
Brown, Dr Thomas, on Gray's elegy, 241.
Burritt, Elihu, 583.
Butler's Analogy, the argument for im-
mortality from, 311.
convict system, 527-exports per head graphy, 295.
Cadet de Colobrières, the, 607.
Campbell, Lord, attack on Lord Lynd-
hurst by, 131-on the Scottish marriage
Canaanites, presumed relics of the, in
Canada bill, debates on the, 131-com-
merce of, in relation to the convict
effects of free trade on, 776.
CANADAS, CIVIL REVOLUTION IN—Re-
vict system, 527-resistance in, to its
being made a penal settlement, 535.
guage in, 328.
Carlsruhe, the revolt at, 206—-capture of, Colonies, effects of the protective system
on, 110-virtually disfranchised by the
Reform Bill, 113 — influence of the
Comic, present rage for the, 145.
tem on, 110-effects of the new cur-
–chap. 1xxxi., 55-chap. 1xxxii., 59- ence of the transportation system on,
Crichton, Mr, on game-law prosecutions,
Crime, increase of, 126,773-statistics of,
for Wales, 332-statistics of recent,
Criminals, reformation of, in New South
CROWNING OF TAE COLUMN, the, and th
Cruachan, thunder-storm on, 8.
from Spain, &c., 711, et seq.
Cunninghame, Mr, on the reformation of
122, 756, 759, et seq.
333—of Scotland, opposition of, to the Dead, mourning for the, in Sardinia, 43.
marriage and registration bills, 266. Death, Butler's argument regarding, 382.
Democracy, error of principle of, 222.
Democratic tendencies in Wales, influ-
ence of dissent on, 337.
DIARY OF SAMUEL PEPYS, 501.
et seq.---speech of, at the Hungarian under canvass, 1---Christopher in the
sulks, a sketch, 3-on temper, 52
15--Thomson's, 16-arrival of Talboys,
-on scholarship, 27-on beauty and England, growth of, under the navigation
Lady Frances Stuart by, 515.
Expatriation, effects of, in reforming cri-
Exports, decrease of, 123—colonial, influ-
527--influence of free trade on, 765.
students, 77--Mother and Son, 79 Farmers, alleged injury from game to the,
tive system on, 476.
Female characters of Shakspeare, the, 239.
Feudal system, alleged origin of the
Fickler, one of the Baden insurgents, 206,
Finance, importance of the subject of, and
Finances, the French, effects of the late
den on, 595—the Spanish, statistics re-
Fire of London, the, 508.
Fleet, the English, state of, under Charles
Foreign interference, Whig, 586.
Foreign shipping, increase of, under the
Foudras, the Marquis de, novels of, 609.
Foundlings, numbers of, in Paris, 226.
system of, 93, et seq.-relations of crime FRANCE, THE REVOLUTION OF 1848 ix,
Lamartine's account of, 219.
the Reform Bill, 111.
Frankfort, occupation of, by the Prussians,
427--atrocities of the Red republicans
trade system, 126, 772-its expense to Free trade, review of the effects of, 108.
FRENCH NOVELS OF 1849, the, 607--auto-
of, 298-materialism, on, 261.
Funding system, general ignorance re-
garding the, 655—evils accruing from Guy, Thomas, founder of the hospital, 669.
Gwynne, Nell, Pepys' account of, 516.
Hamlet, on a passage in, 252.
Hazlitt, Talfourd's account of, 143.
mination of the arguments against, 68 Heidelberg, the insurrection in, 206–
-alleged cost of prosecutions under, 69. entrance of the Prussians into, 214.
Heskir, imprisonment of Lady Grange at,
Hesse-Darmstadt, revolutionary attempt
ter of the, 336.
History, association of, with locality, 655.
ATTAINED! 424-northern and Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, acquisition of,
by Prussia, 434.
Homer, the dreams in, 642.
the case of Lady Grange, 348, 350.
Hugo, Victor, and the Peace Congress,
583-his Nôtre Dame, 655.
Hume's Autobiography, on, 293.
&c., 588-meeting to sympathise with
Ilay, Lord, 353, 355.
Immortality, Christopheron, 3+ --Butler's
argument for, 380, et seq.
Imprisonment, experienced inefficiency of,
India, completion of the British empire
Industry, effects of the late revolution on,
in France, 233.
Inishail, churchyard in, 240.
navigation laws, 108 — her colonial those of America, 467.
of crime in, 522-depressed state of
25-emblems employed by the, for im- Irish, resemblance of the Sardes to the, 40
-transported convicts, superiority of,
IV., 305—Part V., 436--Part VI., 723. Iron, produce, &c., of, in Wales, 329, 330.
James II., revenue, &c., of Great Britain,
Jean le Trouveur, romance of, 612.
Jeffrey's exposition of Alison on Taste, on, Lovat, Lord, connexion of, with the case
of Lady Grange, 347.
Germany, 435-early connexion of the, Lucretius, description of thunder by, 15.
Lyell, Mr, on gradual subsidence and up-
Macaulay, Mr, examination of his picture
of England under the Stuarts, 658.
in France, 219-their political predo- et seg.-Lady, on the character of, 622.
Mackay, J. R., revelations of parliamen-
tary bribery by, 666.
and Registration bills, 266, 270.
Madden, Mr, on the state of Cuba, 711,
Mail-Coach, the, or the glory of motion,
Malta, proposed to be made a penalcolony,
on his history of the Girondists, 220, 528.
Manchester, (U.S.,) rise of, 472.
Manufactures, protective system toward,
tion on, 233—progress of, in the United
-of Spain, the, 719.
racter, &c., of the, 329.
Mardi, remarks on, 172.
Massachusetts, advantages from manu-
factures to, 472.
Mayo's Kaloolan, review of, 172.
Meiroslawski, the leader of the Baden in-
importation of grain into, 120--the Mardi, remarks on, 172.
importation of grain into, 767. Metternich, a Baden leader, 208.
Military, revolt of the, in Baden, 430.
brought forward by, 590.
Minto, Lord, proceedings of, in Italy, 587.
Monetary crises, danger of, 762, 771.
Moneyed interest, rise of the, 112-its
revolution of 1848, 227, 228--intrigues Monitorial system, the, as used by Pesta-