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INDEX TO THE ECLECTIC MAGAZINE.-VOL. XVI.

FROM DECEMBER, 1848, TO APRIL, 1849.

554

THE

EMBELLISHMENTS.

| Edinburgh, Literary and Scientific Society, in

1849.— Tait's Magazine. 1. LITERARY PARTY AT SIR Joshua REYNOLDS', painted by Doyle, and engraved by Sartain.

F. 2. COLUMBUS EXPOUNDING TO THE FRIAR OF

FRANCISCAN CONVENT OF SANTA MARIA DE France, Socialist Party in.—North British
RABIDA, HIS THEORY OF THE NEW WORLD, Review,

painted by Wilkie, and engraved by Sartain. “ Friedhof,” or Court of Peace,
3. Louis NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, from an original
portrait by G. Lafoke, in Oct., 1848, and en-

G. graved by Sartain. 4. TAE Pardon REFused, painted by Rubio, and en Goethe, Conversations with.– Westminster graved by Sartain.

Review,

470 567

460

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Junius, Authorship of, elucidated.— North

British Review,
India, British.—Dublin University Magazine,
Invention, MechanicalProgress of.- Edin-

burgh Review,
126 Jellachlich, Ban of Croatia.- Nei Monthly

Magazine,
189 Ireland, W. H.—See Literary Impostures.

322

358

K.

215

Cavaignac, Gen. and his Father.- Fraser's

Magazine,
Cressy and' Agincourt, Visit to the Battle-

Fields of.—New Monthly Magazine,
Character of Lady Macbeth.—See Macbeth.
Castlereagh, Memoirs of.— North British Re-

vier, Charles V, Emperor of Germany.Bentley's

Miscellany, Campbell

, Life and Letters of.— Tait's Magazine, Croatia, Jellachlich, Ban of.-See Jellachlich. Conversations with Goethe.—See Goethe. Chatterton, Thomas.-See Literary Impos.

tures. Covedanters' Night-Hymn Blackwood's Magazine,

D.

Keats, John, Life and Letters of.- North

British Review,

229

145

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Diary of Samuel Pepys.-See Pepys.
Dickens and Thackeray.--See Humorists.
Diplomacy of Louis XIV, and William III.

-Edinburgh Review,
Death-Bed of Jacob Boehmen-Dublin Uni

versity Magazine,

Literary Character of Lord John Russell.

See Russell.
Literary Party in the Eighteenth Century, 18

Lamb, Charles, and his friends.—North
494
British Review,

93
Life and Letters of Keats. --See Keats.
Lord Melbourne,-See Melbourne,
Louis Napoleon Bonaparte,

298 Life and Letters of Campbell.

-See Camp-
bell.
390 Louis XIV, and William III.-See Diplo-

macy.
469 Literary Impostures.-Sharpe's Magazine, 416, 459

Liberty, or a Night at Rome.—Tait's Maga-
zine,

457

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Macbeth, Lady, Character of -- Tait's Maga The Narrow Way, 321. Old Music and Pictures,
zine,

202 369. Sonnets, 458. The Mother's Dream, 459.
Memoirs of Castlerengh.-Sce Castlereagh. Sonnets addressed to My Mother, 468. Death-Bed
Mrs. Hemans.-See Mrs Hemans.

of Jacob Boehman, 469. Liberty, 487. Cove-
Melbourne, Lord. Edinburgh Review,

289 nanter's Night-Hymn, 494. My own Place, 494.
Mechanical Invention.-See Invention.

The “Friedhof,” or Court of Peace, 576.
My Birth-Day Guests.-Fraser's Magazine, .

356
Fraser's Magazine,

405

R. S.
Macaulay. British Quarterly Revier, 500
North British Review.

522 Russell, Lord John, literary character of.--
Memoir of a Song:- Fraser's Magazine, 420 Westminster Review,

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MISCELLANIES. —Compression in Oratory, 34. Science of the Races. --Sec Ethonolgy.
Drudgery of Literature, 54. Affection for Offspring Sandal Castle, Visit to the Ruins of.—Peo-
in Brutes, 57. Dickens in Africa, 87. Canning's ple's Journal,

140
Estimate of Chalmers, 113. Origin of John Gil Sterling, the late John. —Hogg's Instructor

, 342
pin, 113. A Miserly Marquess, 113. Authorship St. Benedict and the Benedictines.-Edin-
of Tom Cringle's Log, 125. Safety of Railway burgh Review,

433
Travelling, 125. Trajan's Forum, 201. Hon. and Socialist Party in France. — See France.
Rev. Baptist W. Noel, 237. Coffee-Houses in the
17th Century, 250. Death of Ibrahim Pasha, 266.
Notices of New Books, 257. Sale of Haydon's

T.
Works, 341. Produce of the Printing Press, 398.
Harder, 419. Paul Jones, 499.

Thackeray and Dickens.—See Humorists.

P.

V. W.

Pepys, Samuel, Diary of.-— Tait's Magazine, 238
Progress of Mechanical Invention.--See In-

vention.

POETRY.-It cannot be so long, 159. Beauty,
156. The last Poet, 165. Procrastination, 214.

Views of Edinburgh.—See Edinburgh.
Visit to Sandal Castle.-See Sandal Castle.
Visit to the Battle Fields of Cressy and Ag.

incourt.-Sec Cressy.
William III, and Louis XIV.--See Diplomacy.

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