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A WHIG JOURNAL
POLITICS, LITERATURE, ART AND SCIENCE.
“TO STAND BY THE CONSTITUTION."
Pulchrum est bene facere Reipublicæ, etiam bene dicere haud absurdum est.
INDEX TO VOL. II.
the Anti-Rent Question has been met by
the Press and Public, 596-Closing words Adventures on the Frontier of Texas and
to the Anti-Renters, 597. Mexico. No. 11, (Charles Winterfield,) Art and Artists in America, review of, 658. 365—No. III., 505—No. IV., 599.
A True Work of Art, (Earlden,) 12_Ivory Alfieri, Autobiography of, translated, notice
Christ, 13. of, 546.
Audubon and Birds, (Chas, Winterfield,) American Drama, the, 117–Has the Drama
283. declined ? 117—Sheridan Knowles, 119 –Tortesa, the Usurer, ib.-Synopsis of
B. the Play, 119-20-Intriyue-Plot, 121– Analysis of the Play, 122-3—Spanish Bailey, 55. Student, (Longfellow's,) 124–Extracts, Barrett, Miss, 53. 125—Originality, 126-Synopsis of the Bhagvat Geeta, or Hindoo Doctrine of ImPlot, 127-Deficiency of the author's
mortality, (E. B. Green,) 267. skill, 128-9.
Big Able and Little Manhattan, Cornelius American Enterprise in Steam Navigation, Matthews, Review of, 523.
75–First Oceanic Steamship, ib.—Let Birds, a talk about, (Charles Winterfield,) ter respecting John Fitch, 77.
279. American Institute, Eighteenth Annual Birney, James, 4. Fair of, 538.
Blennerhassett, Biographical Sketch of, (by An American Lady, Mrs. Grant's memoirs W. Wallace,) 133—Origin, ib.- Arrival of, notice of, 668.
at New York, 134-Letter from Aaron Ancient Tear, the, a Poem, (Author of
Burr, 135—Intrigues and Speculations “ Pen and Ink Sketches,”) 384.
of Col. Burr, 135-6-His abandonment “ Angels and Ministers of Grace," (Il Sec
by Wilkinson, ib.—His visit to Blennerretario,) 694.
hassett, 137-Blennerhassett induced to Annexation, 452.
join in his enterprises, ib.-BlennerhagAnti-Rent Movement and Outbreak in New
sett involved in the odium attached to York, 677-General Survey of the Times,
Burr, and his property destroyed, 138– Public Licentiousness and its dangerous Arrested in Lexington, Ky., on charge Tendencies, 575– Terms of the Early
of high treason, ib.-Blennerhassett's Settlement of the Van Rensselaer Estate,
Brief, 139–Conclusions with regard to 579—Origin of the Concerted Repudia designs of Burr and Blennerhassett, 146 tion of the Rents, 580--First Anti-Rent
-Final Residence and Death, 148– Outbreak, Helderberg War, 581—Repu. Character of Burr, 149—Appendix, ib. diation defined, 582–Murder of Sheriff Steele by the “ Indians," ib.— True Relations between Tenants and Landlords,
C. 583–Nature of the estates held by the Tenants of Albany and Rensselaer, ib.- Campbell, Thomas, 44. Shown not to be " Feudal Tenures,” 584 Carlyle's Life of Schiller, notice of, 668. -Title of Stephen Van Rensselaer, 387– Cases of Conscience-Political AbolitionRent paid for County and City Property ism, (Prof. Tayler Lewis,) 3— Tribunal on the same Principle, 588—City and established to interpret the Constitution, County Tenants on the same Footing, ib.--First serious injury inflicted upon 591-Objections to Paying Rent on Ac the Constitution, ib. — Jackson's assumpcount of Particular Provisions in the tion of Executive interpretation, 4-BirContracts met, 591—Reservation of Quar ney's position in relation to the Constiter Sales along with the Right of Pre tution, ib.—Garrison Abolitionists, ib. emption, 592—Tenants might at any -Birney's Letter to Shapter, 6-Anatime have relieved themselves from Rent lysis of Mr. Birney's position, 7-8. on fair terms, 593— Terms published by Challenge of Barletta, translated, notice of, Stephen Van Rensselaer,ib. --Question of 325. “ Perpetuities,” 595—Manner in which Chatham, a chapter on, 568.