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ermacher's scheme of, 426 - this 138 - neglects his excellent wife,
rejected as impracticable, 428 - 139 --- comes to the French court,
the scheme of Strauss, 429 — posi. 140 — finds a wife for his son, 142
tion of infidel clergymen with re -prevented from taking the crown
gard to, 430 — their treachery to, of Poland, 143 – imprisons his
432. See Miracles.

wife, ib. – fights the battle of
Chronicles of Massachusetts, by A. Seneffe, 145 - retires and turns
Young, 237.

Christian, 146 - dies, leaving his
Churches, ventilation of, 476.

wife in prison, 147 — lesson taught
Cicero ambitious of military honors, by his life, 148.
343.

Conscience must be educated, 6.
City Madam, by Massinger, cited, 86. Cowper's version of the Iliad, 160.
Civilization, permanency of, 352 —

diffusion of, 353.
Claire Clémence, Princess of Conde,

D.
122. See Condé.
Clergyman, infidel, position of a, 430 Dana, James D., The Zoöphytes by,
-duty of, 432.

reviewed, 211– introductory chap-
Colonization in Africa, Dr. A. Alex ters of, 214 - cited, 219, 221, 223
ander's History of, reviewed, 269 - extent and merits of his work,
- the plan of, not a selfish one, 270 224. See Zoophytes.
- not favorable to slavery, 271 Dark Ages, progress of society in the,
different motives for, 272 -- a favor. 355.
ed experiment at first, 273 - how it Darwin on instinct confuted, 97, 113.
became unpopular, 274 – is not Davy, Sir H., failure of, in ventila-
dangerous to health, 277 -employ. tion, 467.
ments of the colonists, 278 — not a Decker, Thomas, the dramatist, quar.
failure, 279 — aids the missionaries, rels with Jonson, 45, 47 - fasci-
280 — yet in its infancy, 281 - nating qualities of, 54 — heedless,
martyrs in the cause of, 282 — Ash sparkling, and fanciful, 55 — his
mun's eininent services in, 284 Virgin Martyr cited, 56 — fine im-
Buchanan's, 285 – Lott Carey's, aginations of, 57.
287 -its claims on public favor, 291 De Kay on the Devil-fish, 327.

- a measure of emancipation, 292. Descartes on instinct, 92."
Combustion, effect of, on the air, 468. Depil-fish, account of the, 317 – fish-
Conant, Roger, the Old Planter, 245. ing for, 319, 323.
Condé, Lord Mahon's Life of Louis, Divines, old English, merits of the,

Prince of, reviewed, 119 — not so 312- contrasted with the theolo-
wicked as “the Great ”usually are, gians of our day, 313.
120— his noble and ill-treated wife, Divinity, Dr. South's definition of,
122 — receives command of the 294.
army, 123 – defeats the Spaniards Don Juan, silly American imitation
at Rocroy, 124 - joined with Tu- of, 358.
renne, and defeats Mercy, 125 – Dramatists, the Old English, C.
private conduct and demeanour of, Lamb's Specimens of, and w.
126 - engaged in intrigue and fac Hazlitt's Lectures on, reviewed, 29
tion, 127 — arrested and sent to - brilliant period of, 30 -- mental
prison, 128 - noble conduct of his and moral power of, 32 - early
wife, 128 - wars waged by her history of, 33 - poor and dissolute
for, 130 — she goes to Bordeaux, in life, 34 - Lyly, Peele, and Kyd,
131 - her noble demeanour, 132 35 - Chris. Marlowe, 36 — speci:
he is released and restored, 133 mens of his plays, 38, 40 — Ben
unites with Spain, and wars against Jonson, 43 — Thomas Decker, 54
France, 134 - fights against Tu. -John Webster, 57 - John Mars-
renne, 135 - loses the battle of St. ton, 63 - Thomas Heywood, 67 -
Antoine, 136 – accused of a mas George Chapman, 69 — Thomas
sacre, 137 - defeated by Turenne, Middleton, 71 – Cyril Tourneur,
73— Beaumont and Fletcher, 74
– Massinger, 83 — John Ford, 87
- general characteristics of, 90.
rum.fish, mode of taking the, 327.
Duchess of Malfy, by Webster, cited,
Dudley, Deputy-Governor, letter of,
Duelling, Mr. Munford's opinion of,

149, note — Chesterfield on, 195.

59.

events Darrated by, 398 - not
therefore untrustworthy, 399 -
Paulus's mode of interpreting, 400
-Strauss on, 401 — this theory re-
futed, 492— different styles of, 407
– trustworthy, though they narrate
miracles, 413. See Miracles.
Exploring Expedition, Scientific Re.

sults of the reviewed, 211 – silly
parsimony of Congress in publish-
ing the, ib. — the Zoöphytes, 214

- ethnography and philology, 225.
Eyre on New South Wales, cited, 20.

244.

Ecclesiastes, G. R. Noyes's new trans-

lation of the, reviewed, 201 - his.
tory and nature of, 208 — specimen

of, in the new version, 209. Faustus, by Marlowe, quoted, 41.
Edward II., by Marlowe, quoted, 40. Feejeeans, poetry of the, 233.
Egypt, early standard of greatness in,

Fiction compared with history, 379.
339.

Fletcher, the dramatist, 74 - licen-
Elizabeth, the drama in the age of, tious and effeminate, 77 - comedies

29— brilliant period of, 30 - great by, 83. See Beaumont.
activity of, 32.

Ford, John, the dramatist, 87 —
Elliott, William, Carolina Sports by, melancholy of, 89.

reviewed, 316 - personal reminis. France, power of the people in, 121.
cences of, 317 - on Devil-fishing, French on instinct, 92 - refuted, 106
ib. — citéd, 319, 323, 325 - on - manners compared with Eng.
Drum-fishing, 327 - on Bass-fish lish, 171.
ing, 32, 333.

Fronde, lhe cabal of the, 121 — end.
English and Americans contrasted, 28 ed by the arrest of De Retz, 137.

- manners compared with French, Fuller's account of Shakspeare and
172.

Jonson, 48.
Entomology, Kirby and Spence's

Introduction to, reviewed, 01.
Erasmus, elegance and taste of, 436

- did good service in the Reforma-
tion, 437.

Gemmiparous propagation, 218.
Ethnography and Philology, by Hora. George I., quarrels with his son, 174.

tio Hale, reviewed, 211 – range George II., dislikes Chesterfield, 176
and definition of, 227 — peculiari. - did not relish wit, 179 — recon-
ties of Oceanic, 228 - origin of the ciled with Chesterfield, 181.

Polynesian tribes, 230. See Hale. George, Duke of Saxony, Luther dis-
Eucharist, institution of the, 390.

putes with, 457.
Evangelists, the, S. Greenleaf's Ex- Gospels, the genuineness of, 385 —
amination of the Testimony of, re. why exposed to skepticism, 386 -
viewed, 382 – effect of their writ discrepancies in, 390 — minuteness
ings, if genuine, 385 — compared and harmony of, 396 — their exist-
with the profane historians, 386 — ence must be accounted for, 399
supported by collateral testimony, - Rationalistic theory of, 400 -
387 — and by the testimony of mythical theory of, 401 — early
Paul, 388 - discrepancies in the origin of the, 412. See Christiani-
accounts of, 390 — greater contra ty.
dictions among modern historians, Government, Whewell on, 25.
392 - nature of their accounts, 395 Greece, early standard of greatness in,
- remarkable minuteness of, 396 341 – hereditary rank in, 345.
- wonderful character of the Greenleaf, Simon, Examination of the

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270.

Testimony of the Evangelists by, ford, reviewed, 149 - how the
reviewed, 382 — his profession and translation of, was published, 153-
character, ib. — writes as a jurist, difficult to reproduce the old effect
384 — brevity of, ib. — on the dis of, 155 — numerous versions of,
crepancies in the Gospels, 391 – 156 - translated into hexameters in
law reports cited by, 392 — on the Blackwood, 157—Chapman's trang.
legal sufficiency of the evidence lation of, 158 - Thomas Hobbes's,
for miracles, 416. See Christiani. 159 — Pope's, ib.- Cowper's and
ty.

Sotheby's, 160 - Munford's ver-

sion compared with these, 161.

Hopkins, Dr., of Newport, suggested
H.

the colonization of colored persons,
Habit, power of mental, 104.

Howell, sketch of Ben Jonson by, 50.
Hale, Horatio, Ethnography and Phi. Hydra, propagation of the, 217.

lology by, reviewed, 211– personal
introduction of, 225 - excellence
of his style, 226 — portion of the
globe examined by, 227 — on the
duel among the Oceanic tribes, 229 Imitation, unconscious, 107.
- on the Oceanic languages, 230 Indians,the American, Travels among
- on the origin of the Polynesian and Plans for preserving, by T. L.
tribes, 230 — comparative Polyne. M'Kenney, reviewed, 481 – how
sian grammar by, 231 — peculiari. treated by the government, 482-
ties of the dialects, 232 — yocabu efforts to promote the welfare of,
laries by, 233 - on Vitian poetry, 483 - origin of, 485 — curious cos-
234 - on the Oregon languages, mogony of, 486 --- treatment of,
235.

by the early colonists, 488 - J.
Hazlitt, William, Lectures on Drama Mede's theory of the diabolical ori.
matic Literature by, reviewed, 29 gin of, ib. — capable of moral and
- remarks on Heywood by, 67 — religious culture, 489 - story illus-
on G. Chapman, 69 - on Massin. trating the bravery and humanity

ger and Ford, 83. See Dramatists. of, 491 — plan for the permanent
Hebrew poetry, translations of, 202 benefit of, 494. See M'Kenney.

the rhythm and divisions need to Indians, treatment of the, by Massa-
be followed, 205.

chusetts, 256
Henry VIII., Luther's controversy Inductive Sciences, Whewell on the,

with, 448.'
Hereditary rank, rise of respect for, Indulgences, sale of, 442.

344 - in Rome, 345 — succeeded Instinct and intellect compared, 91
by the desire for wealth, 346.

- unsatisfactory theories of, 92 -
Heywood, Thomas, the dramatist, 67 the causes of, inexplicable, 93 —

- his English Traveller cited, 68. distinguished from automatic mo-
Higginson, Francis, Journal of, 243. tions and appetites, 94 - Galen's
History, Dr. T. Arnold's Lectures on experiment on, 95 - definition of,
Modern, reviewed, 334.

69-cannot be improved or educat-
History, profane, no better supported ed, 97 — in many cases, transcends

than sacred, 387 -discrepancies in, reason, 98 — limited to a few ends,
391 - cause of these contradic. 99 — inflexible, 100 — compared
tions, 394.

with a machine, 101 - slight varia-
History, use of, by the novelist, 379. tions of, 102 - called innate habit,
IIobbes, Thomas, translates the Iliad, 104 - unconscious in its opera-
159.

tions, 105 — improvable through
Homer, physical standard of merit in, imitation only, 107 — feats of train-

339 -- comparative merits of his ed animals not due to, 108 — pos-
two poems, 341.

bessed in different degrees, 109 -
Homer's Iliad, translated by W.Mun. enables animals to use their eyes

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without delay, 110 — the human Kirby, William, and Spence, Ento.
mind absolutely devoid of, 112- mology by, reviewed, 91 — theory
alleged instances of human, ex- of instinci by, 93- cited, 102, 104.
amined, 113 — universal in ani- Koran, the, G. Sale's edition of, re-
mals, 115 — probably never united viewed, 496 — may be trusted as an
with reason, 116 - contrasted with authority for Mohammed's views
reason, 117 — forms no part of the and purposes, 497. See Mohammed.
brute's individuality, 118.

Kyd, the old English dramatist, 35.
Intellect, human, distinguished from

instinct, 91 – the ultimate cause
of, unknown, 92 — pure and un-
mixed, 95, 116 - often inferior to
instinct, 98 - pliability and uni- Lamb, Charles, on the Old English
versality of, 100 — habits in, 104 Dramatists, reviewed, 29 — on J.
– requires time to learn the use of Webster, cited, 58 – characterizes
vision, 110 — never aided by in- Heywood, 67 — on the witches of
stinct, 112.

Shakspeare and Middleton, 71 --
Intellectual greatness, regard for, 349 on Cyril Tourneur, 73' – on

- inferior to moral excellence, 350 Fletcher, 76 — on John Ford, 89.
- must be succeeded by love of See Dramatists.
moral excellence, 351.

Land, early ownership of, 19- in
Iron Mask, Lord Mahon on the, 141. New South Wales, 20.

Law always behind justice, 13.
Laroyers, Whewell on the morality

of, 7. -

Lecture-rooms, ventilation of, 476.
Jackson, Gen., views of, respecting Lexington, dispute about the battle
the Indians, 482.

of, 393.
Jesus, The Life of, by Strauss, re- Liberia, the colony at, 269 - not a

viewed, 382 – Messianic anticipa failure, 279 — a starting-point for
tions of, 402 — the childhood of, the missionaries, 280 — fever not
403 — his first visit to the temple, alarming in, 283 — Ashmun's ad-
404 - Dame of, how used, 428, ministration of, 284 — T. Buchan.
note.

an's, 285 — a better home than
Job, translations of, 203 - different Boston for negroes, 289. See Col-
versions of, compared, 204.

onization.
Johnson, Dr., his affair with Chester- Library of American Books, trashy
field, 191.

works in the, 359.
Jonson, Ben, character of, 43 - Life of Jesus, by Dr. Strauss, re.
strong and thoroughly English, 44 viewed, 382 See Strauss.
- incidents in his life, 45 quar- Longueville, Duchesse de, escape of,
rels with his compeers, 46 — his 129.
Poetaster, ib. — Shakspeare acts Louis XIV., treatment of the Iron
in his plays, 48 — his misfortunes, Mask by, 141.
49 — his appearance when old, 50 Lover's Melancholy, by J. Ford, cited,

- convivial and corpulent, 51 - 87.
proud and honorable, 52 - dra. Lucas de Ayllon, by Simms, 373.
matic characters of, 53-cited, ib., Lust's Dominion, by Marlowe, 37.
54.

Luther, Martin, Michelet's Life of, re-
Justification by faith, Luther's dogma viewed, 433 — the way was pre-
of, 444.

pared for, 434 - other reformers
preceded, 435 — generous, though

coarse and energetic, 436 – kind
K.

affections of, 437 — his coarseness

was not his strength, 438 — hum-
Kendall, Duchess of, mistress of ble origin of, 439 — becomes a
George I., 177.

monk, 440 - visits Rome, 441 -

M.

protests against indulgences, 442 239 - enumeration of the docu-
- intrepidity of, 443 - excommu ments relating to, 242 - mystery
nicated, 444- personal appearance about the “old Planters ” of, 245
of, 445 — conveyed to Wartburg, - fishermen the first colonists of,
446 - his letter to the Elector of 247 - a company formed to colo.
Saxony, 447 — has a controversy nize, 248 - character of those in-
with Henry VIII., 448-republican vited to settle, 249 — did not open
opinions of, 449 — perplexities of, a free asylum 'for all sects, 250 —
450 — places religious character Freeman's Oath propounded in,
above doctrine, 451 – annoyed by 251 — transfer of the charter of,
the excesses of his followers, 452 252 — several emigrations to, 253
- marriage and private life of, 453 - merits and faults of the founders
- death of his daughter Made of, 254 — their grim education, 255
leine, 454 — bold counsels of, 456 - not unjust to the Indians, 256 -
- reproaches Duke George of nor to Roger Williams, 258 - not
Saxony, 457 - resists popular ten guilty of cant, 259 — bearings and
dencies, 458 — opposes the union of distances in, 263.
religion and worldly policy, 459 - Massinger, the dramatist, 83 — life of,
thinks the end of the world is nigh, 84 - characteristics of, 85 - cited,
460 - dreariness of his closing life, 86.
461 — death and last will of, 462 Mazarin, Cardinal, appoints Condé to
- manly character of, 463 — merits the command, 123 -- becomes jeal-
and infirmities of, 464 - burlesque oue of him, 126 — imprisons him,
imitators of, 465.

128 - cruelty of, at Bordeaux, 131
Lyly, the old English dramatist, 35. - releases Condé and fawns upon

him, 133 - dies with a lie in his
mouth, 140.
Mecca, the Holy City of, 498 - Mo.

hammed propounds his claims in,
Mahon, Lord, Chesterfield's Letters 503 -- his fight from, 506.
edited by, reviewed, 166.

Mede, Joseph, theory about the origin
Mahon, Lord, Life of the Great Conde of the American Indians by, 488.
by, reviewed, 118 - treats of an Medina, character of the city of, 505
interesting and instructive subject, - the people of, embrace Moham-
121 - judicious, but prosy, 122 - med's doctrine, ib. receives Mo-
charges a great crime upon Condé, hammed in triumph, 510.
136 — his theory respecting the Melancthon, the representative of the
Iron Mask, 141 – clears the fame Protestants, 455.
of the Princess of Condé, 144. Messiah, anticipations of a, by the
See Condé.

Jews, 402, 412.
Maid's Tragedy, by Beaumont and Michelet, Life of Martin Luther by,
Fletcher, 78."

reviewed, 433 -- allows Luther to
Marlborough, the old Duchess of, 180. tell his own story, 438 - his work
Marlowe, Kit, the dramatist, 36 — fragmentary and ill-arranged, 463.

wild and colossal genius of, 37 - See Luther
his Tamburlaine cited, 38 — best Middleton, Thomas, the dramatist,
plays of, 39 — his Edward II. cited, 71 - rambling and fanciful, 72.
40 - Faustus by, 41.

Military skill highly prized in the
Marriage contract, Whewell on the, 9. early ages, 340 — especially in
Marston, John, the dramatist, 63 - Rome, 372 -- and among the north-

quarrelsome and satirical, 64 ern nations, 343 - displaced by
powerful and gloomy, 65 — cited, regard for hereditary rank, 344.

Mills, Sam. J., a pioneer of coloniza-
Massachusetts, Alex. Young's Chron- tion, 271, 282.*

icles of, reviewed, 237 -- frankness Milton's fury in controversy, 297.
of the old annalists of, 233 - rich. Mind of man unlike instinct, 91. See
ness of the early chronicles of, Instinct.

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