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INDEX TO VOL. LXV.
Aculcho, storming of, 139.
character of the officers of her army,
Bacon, lord, on history and poetry, 759,
Cruel, career of, 339, et seg--his fall, Baden, statistics of education in, 568.
Bairam, the feast of, in Egypt, 50.
Bathyanyi, count Louis, Hungarian minis-
Belgium, system, &c., of education in,
568, 569—its revolt from Austria,
Bengal, Macaulay's description of, 390.
Beni-Abbez, extermination of the tribe of,
Biography, remarks on, 219.
Blake the painter, 183.
&c., reviewed, 664.
the Cruel to, 345—her murder, 351.
Blue Nile, the, 47.
615-its attempted revolt, 618.
Bolotnikoff, a Russian impostor, 669.
in England, 64-state of, during the of France, 539.
BOOK OF THE Farm, review of the, 255.
Bordeaux, the Duke de, his claim to the
ation toward him, 284–Didier's ac-
Bordeaux, the duchess de, 598.
2-reaction in, 4-her administration Boris Godunoff, usurpation of the Rus-
Bothwell, the duke of, his marriage to - Part XI. chap. lii., 287-chap. liii.,
291-chap. liv., 292-chap. lv., 293–
chap. Ivi., 294-chap. lvii., 298—chap.
chap. Ix., 422-chap. Ixi., 424—chap.
tion in France in their favour, 190-on Letter from Pisistratus Caxton to Al-
bert Trevanion, Esq., 430—Reply, 432
637-chap. lxvii., 638-chap. 1xviii,
639-chap. 1xix., 640-chap. lxx., 644
chap. Ixxiii., being a chapter on house-
tops, 648-chap. lxxiv., 650—chap.
Rev. lxxv., 653-chap. lxxvi., 654-chap.
Cellini, crucifix by, for the Escurial, 68.
note, 131, et seq., 139.
Charles I., Macaulay's views on, 394.
Charles II., picture of England under,
the restoration of the Bourbons, 196.
on, 537, 538.
Chora-Beg, a Caucasian chief, 135.
CHRISTOPHER UNDER CANVASS, 742.
cumstances which have led to it, &c., struggles against Russia, 129.
Civil REVOLUTION IN THE CANADAS,
727—compensation proposed to actors Cladich-Cleugh, description of, 742.
CLAUDIA AND PUDENS, 487.
Clive, lord, Macaulay on, 387.
Coats of arms, proposed restrictions re-
Cobden, falsification of the predictions of,
as to the pacific character of the era,
Cocks, Mr, his translation of Quinet's
names of, at different ages, 268. Coello, Alonzo, the Spanish painter, 69–
--chap. xl., 34-chap. xli., 36-chap. - Colonial government, defects in the ex:
Colonisation, remarks on, 416-French, D'Israeli, speech of, on the proposed re-
duction in the army, &c., 369, 371-on
DODO AND ITS KINDRED, THE, 81.
encouragement of, 10—its state, 374, et Duguesclin, Bertrand, 355, 356.
Durham, lord, policy, &c. of, in Canada,
Duvivier, general, on the atrocities in
Edinburgh Review, influence of the, on
Education, systems of, in various coun-
Education committee, proceedings of the,
in Scotland, 569.
Edward the Black Prince in Spain, 355.
Edwards, signor, MS. of, on painting,
Egypt, sketches in, 47.
Emigration, advantages of, to Great Bri-
reviewed, 383—-capabilities of, for colo-
ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES AND THEIR RE-
FORMS, THE, 235.
English and French Revolutions, contrast
English ritual, Christopher on the, 751.
&c., 757, et seq.
Erivan, fort of, 582, 583.
revolutions by, 190—the reaction, or
foreign conservatism, by, 529.
Escoffier, captivity of, among the Arabs,
Eshmiadzini, convent of, 583, 584.
Ethnography, remarks on, 418.
tain throughout, 365.
Evangelists, the early representations of
Exports, diminution in, 375, et seq.
Fadrique, brother of Pedro the Cruel,
sketches of, 339, et seq.--his murder,
Family Compact party in Canada, the, Government, duties of, as regards emiz
139-operations of, in the Caucasus,
Great Britain, revolutionary agitation in,
2-reaction against it, 4-countenance
ture of the party contests in, 9-picture
bilities for colonisation, 509.
aulay's views on the, 393.
Greco, El, the Spanish painter, 66.
Gumri, fortress at, 582
of Castile, 339, et seq-her death, 340.
position toward the Hungarians, 700. 727.
publicans at, and their effects, 4. Hamilton, the Duke of, his duel with Lord
Hastings' trial, Macaulay's sketch of,
by government to the, 569, 570. Head, sir Francis, on Canada, 734.
system of, 308.
Henry of Trastamara, sketches of, 339, et
perate defence of, 131.
Himalaya range, the, 408.
Letter I., 679-Letter II., 683—Letter History and poetry, relations of, 759.
Holland, system, &c., of education in,
Homer, characteristics, &c. of, 757, et
Horses, names of, at different ages, 268.
256-on the modern theories of, 406. Lissa, 207.
Hungary, statistics, population, &c. of,
702, et seq.
Iliad, on the, its leading characteristics,
47-employment of, in mediæval paint- ter, 762.
Imports, manufactured, increase in, 377.
Indian ocean, the, 413.
341, et seq.
Infantry, the Spanish and English, under Leslie, Norman, death of, 119.
Levis, the duke de, 594, 595.
Lissa, the naval action of, 207.
Liturgy, the English, Christopher on,
-its arrestment in the North, 4. Lombardy, education in, 568—establish-
London university, Campbell's connexion
with the, 230.
duct of, 394.
Louis Napoleon, as president, on, 282.
Macaulay, T. B., on the revolutionary
contributions to the Edinburgh Review,
Machinery, Prudhon on, 310.
to the Edinburgh Review, 386.
Maistre, the count de, notices and extracts
et seq, 532_his Considerations sur la
Majjar races, numbers, &c., of, in Hun-
gary, 703-language, the general intro-
Manners, ancient and modern, picture of,
by Macaulay, 402.
creased importation of, 377.
Marciana MS. on painting, the, 442.
Maria Coronel, the legend of, 349.
tem of colonisation in Algeria, 30. rians to, 616.
account of, 399.
Mauritius, the Dodo in, 84.
Mazaros, Hungarian minister, 697.
MEDECIN DU VILLAGE, translation of the,
Melgund, lord, his proposed changes on
MEMOIRS or KIRKALDY OF GRANGE, 112.