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Miracles, attempt of Paulus to ex his wife, 139 -- refuses to marry

plain away the, 400 - the narra- his son, 142.
tion of, destroys not the credit of a Moral excellence, deficient regard
witness, 413 -- the outward fact is for, 350 — will ultimately triumph,
credible, if the miracle is not, 414 351.
-- this illustrated by the story of Morality, W. Whewell's Elements
the wooden chess-player, 415 - of, reviewed, 1 - springs of action
abstract possibility of, 418 — not governed by, 2-analysis of the
inconsistent with the divine at: work, ib. - rules of action in, 3-
tributes, 419 --are even probable duties and obligations in, 4 – of.
under fit circumstances, 420 — fice of conscience in, 6 – cases of
geology proves many, 421 — ante casuistry in, 7 - cases of necessity
cedent probability of, 422 - Chris. in, 11 - different standards in, 12
tianity itself is one, 423. See - progress of, 13 -- theory of pun.
Christianity.

ishments in, 14 - connected with
M'Kenney, Thomas L., on the North religion, 16 - state rights in, 22-

ern and Southern Indians, review war denounced by, 23 - moral
ed, 481 - offices held by, and why duties of states, 26. See Whewell.
dismissed, 482 — generous self- Munford, William, Homer's Iliad
devotion of, 483 — anecdote of translated by, reviewed, 149-
President Monroe reported by, ib, sketch of the life of, 150 — literary
- excursion made by, 485 — on acquirements and tastes of, 152 —
the origin of the Indian races, ib. translates, but dies before publish-
- accounts of Indian piety by, ing, the Iliad, 153 — merits of his
cited, 489 -- story of Petalesharro work, 154 - cited and compared
by, cited, 491 - his plan for pro with former translators, 161 - fur-
moting the welfare of the Indians, ther quotations from, 162 — defects
494 - merits of his book, 495 - of, 164 — violates the laws of
anecdote of John Randolph by, quantity, 165.
ib. See Indians.

Mysteries and moralities, theatrical,
Modern History, Dr. Arnold's Lec-
tures on, 334.

Myths in history, 394 --- meaning of,
Mohammed not an impostor, but an 401 -- ambiguous use of the word,

enthusiast, 496 --- great results pro 402 - criteria of, 403 — belong to
duced by, 497 — birth and parent the very infancy of society, 410-
age of, 498 -- adopted by Abdol absurdly placed by Strauss in the
Motalleb and Abu Taleb, 499 - Augustan age, 411.
becomes a travelling merchant and
marries, 500 — too shrewd and
prosperous to try imposture, 501 -

N.
his meditations in the cave of Hara,
502 - few converts made by, at Necessity in morals, Whewell on, 11.
first, 503 — anger and alarm ex- Vegroes, American, benefited' by
cited against, 504 - makes con colonization, 273, 288 - unjust
verts in Medina, 505 - commences prejudice against, 275 — why un-
he Hegira, 506 -no proof yet that willing to leave America, 276 —
he was an impostor, 507 - promul. colonization tends to lessen the
gates his doctrine by the sword, prejudice against, 277 - better off
508 - not cruel, 509 -- accused in Liberia than in Boston, 289-di-
of licentiousness, 510 — a self-de. minishing in America, 290.
ceived enthusiast, 511 - his con. New England, love of wealth in, 343.
duct when dying, 512 - honesty Newton on instinct, 92.
and ability of, 513.

New York, Geological Survey of,
Monroe, President, scrupulous integ. 213, note,
rity of, 483.

Niagara, speculations about the cata-
Montpensier, Duchess of, aids Condé, ract of, 433,

136 -- accuses him of neglecting Noyes, George R., a new translation

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of the Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Polity, civil, Whewell on, 18-
the Canticles by, reviewed, 201 - ownership of land prior to, 19-
superiority of his version shown, founded on contract, 21,
204 --- high merits of his work, 206 Polyps, animal nature of the, 215.
- accurate and tasteful, 207 – Pope Leo X. denounces Luther, 444.
character of the books translated Preachers of our day, faults of, 313–
by, 208 - cited, 209.

tame and timorous, 314 — fall be-
low their subject, 315 --- decent de-

bility of the, 316.
Progress of society, 336 evinced

by the successive prevalence of dif-
Oakatibbé, or the Choctaw Samson, ferent ideas, 338 — traced by indi-
368.

cations of this kind, 340 - final
Oceanic ethnography, 227 — and phi stage of, 351 - can be traced even
lology, 230.

in the Dark Ages, 355. See Society.
Odyssey, the, superior to the Iliad, Proverbs, G.R. Noyes’s new transla-
342.

tion of the, reviewed, 201 - beauty
Old English Dramatists, 29. See
Dramatists.

Psalms of Dayid, the, age and excel-
Old Planters of Massachusetts, 245. lence of, 201 --- poorly rendered in
Orange, Prince of, fights against the common version, 202 - inac-
Condé, 145.

curate translation of, cited, 204.
Oregon, languages used in, 235. Punishments, legal, effect of, 14.
Orid's Metamorphoses translated by Puritanism attacked by South, 304.

Sandys, 149.
Oxygen, abundant supply of, 468.

P.

Randall, Dr., a martyr to coloniza-

tion, 283.
Palfrey, J. G., Tables of Bearings, Randolph, John, anecdotes of, 316,495.

Distances, &c., by, noticed, 263. Rationalistic view of the Gospels, 400.
Parliament, 'ventilation of the Houses Reed, Henry, edition of Dr. Arnold's
of, 467, 477.

Lectures on History, by, reviewed,
Paul, St., as a witness for Christian- 334 - merits of, 336.
ity, 388.

Reform, slow but sure progress of,
Paulus, infidel system of, explained, 434 — qualities for a leader of, 435.
400.

Reid, Dr., enthusiastic for ventilation,
Peele, the old English dramatist, 35. 467 - his mode of ventilating the
Petalesharro, story of the humanity house of parliament, 477 — partic.
and bravery of, 491.

ulars of his plan, 478.
Philaster, by Beaumont and Fletcher, Religion and morality, union of, 16.
81.

Respiration not an act of instinct, 114.
Philology, H. Hale's researches in, Retz, Cardinal de, praises Condé, 120
230.

- opposes Condé, 135 -- tells the
Physical instincts, 93.

story of a massacre at the town.
Physical strength, high estimate of, house, 137.

in early times, 338 — this appears Revenger's Tragedy, by Cyril Tour.
both in sacred and profane history, neur, 73.
339 — this displaced by military Rome wholly a military state, 342-
skill, 340.

rotten civilization of, 355.
Pinckney, Gen. C. C., residence of,

329.
Planter's Plea, by John White, 242.
Plymouth Chronicles, by A. Young,
240.

Sale, George, edition of the Koran
Poetaster, by Ben Jonson, cited, 45. by, reviewed, 196.

239.

Samoans, language of ceremony northern nations, 343 - heredita-
among the, 232.

ry rank succeeds, 344 — and this
Sandys, George, translates Ovid in followed by the desire for wealth,
Virginia, 149.

346 - good effected by this change,
Savage, James, historical labors of, 347 - vast prevalence of this de-

sire in, 348 — respect for intellect-
Saxony, Elector of, favors Luther, ual greatness in, 349 - increase
442 Luther's letter to, 447.

of domestic comforts in, ib. — want
Schleiermacher's infidel theory, 426 - of reverence for moral greatness in,
refuted, 427.

350 — but this also will at last tri-
Schools, ventilation of, 476.

umph in, 351 — will our present
Scientific results of the Exploring civilization be permanent in, 352-

Expedition, 211 — niggardly publi hope of a millennial condition of,
cation of the, 212.

354 - dark ages in the history of,
Scriptures, account of the infancy of 355 — progress even in these, 356.
society in the, 338.

See Progress.
Sermons, by George W. Bethune, Sotheby, Mr., translates Homer, 160.
noticed, 262.

South, Dr. Robert, sermons of, review-
Sermons of Dr. South, reviewed, 293. ed, 293 - early life of, ib. - his
See South.

Scribe Instructed, 294 — a fanatic
Sévigné, Madame de, cited, 125. loyalist, 295 — his extravagant
Shakspeare acted in Ben Jonson's praise of Charles I., 296 - his vio-

plays, 48 - his witches compared lence in controversy, 297 - on
with Middleton's, 71.

Man the Image of God, 298-at-
Simms, W. Gilmore, Reviews and tacks Jeremy Taylor, 299- re.

Stories by, reviewed, 357 - high fuses preferment, 300 - character.
pretensions of, ib. — silly novels istics of, 301 --- coarseness and in-
and poems by, 358- The Wigwam tensity of, 302 — wit of, 303 --- an
and the Cabin by, 359 — merits unjust bigot, 304 — hearty and dog.
and faults of, 360 — his Arm-chair matic, 305 — his invective against
of Tustenuggee, 361 - his Oaka the wicked, 306 — inveighs against
tibbé, 368- his Lucas de Ayllon, the sins of his age, 307 — censures
373 – his Views and Reviews, 376 the literature of his time, 309-
- extravagant nationality of, ib. - epigrammatic and imaginative, 310
talks frothily about American liter - on war and duelling, 311 - not
ature, 377 — his borrowed cant on studied enough now, 312.
this head, 378 — his foolish con- South Carolina, state of feeling in, 330.
tempt of history, ib. — prefers fic. Specimens of English Dramatic Poets,
tion to it, 379 — this opinion con by Charles Lamb, reviewed, 29.
futed, 381.

See Dramatists.
Slavery, effect of colonization on, 271 Spence, William, and Kirby, Ento-

- injustice of, becomes apparent, mology by, reviewed, 91.

274 — in South Carolina, 331. . Stanhope, Philip Dormer. See Ches
Smith, Adam, on unconscious imita- terfield.
tion, 107.

Stanyhurst, Richard, hexameters by,
Smith,'G. H., Michelet's Life of Lu. 157, note.
ther translated by, 433.

State, the, moral conception of, 12, 18
Smoke, annoyance caused by, in - an after-growth of society, 19
cities, 469.

- rights of, 22 — war right of, 23
Society, progress of, 336 - apparent- can punish with death, 24-
ly wavering and shifting its locali. duties and obligations of, 26.
ty, 337 - only physical strength Stewart, Dugald, on instinct, confut.
prized in the first ages of, 338 - as ed, 94, 113, 115.
shown in Homer and in Egypt, Stoves, effect of, on the air of rooms,
339 - military skill next prized in, 480.
340 — as shown in Greece, 341 — Strauss, Dr. David F., Life of Jesus
and in Rome, 342 — and by the by, reviewed, 382-characteristics

of, ib., 386 -- nature and limits of British parliament, ib. -- of private
his work, 385 on the discrepan- houses, 479 - dependent on the
cies in the Gospels, 395 — on the mode of warming houses, 480.
calling of the apostles, 396 - on Views and Reviews, by W. G.
other instances of contradiction, Simms, reviewed, 357 - character-
397 — his sweeping principles of ized, 376 - extravagant nationality
criticism, 398 - mythical theory shown in, ib. - silly talk about
of, 401 – ambiguous and slippery American literature in, 378 -- and
language of, 402 - absurd tesis about fiction and history, 379.
and criticisms applied by, 403 — Virginia, poetry coming from, 149.
on the visit of Jesus to the temple, Virgin Martyr, by Decker, cited,
404 - cited, 405 — on the different 56.
styles of the several Evangelists, Voss, translation of Homer by, 157.
407 — on the opposite influences of
tradition, 408 – blunders about the
law of belief, 415 — gloomy con-

w.
clusion of, 424 — refutes the infidel
theories of others, 425 — cited, 426 Walpole, Sir R., a rival of Chester-
- propounds his own scheme, 429 field, 177 - deprives him of his
- on the position of an infidel place, 179.
clergyman, 430 — base and dis. War, right of, 23 - absurdity and

honest ad yice of, 431. See Myths. wickedness of, 119-early im-
Sucking of infants no proof of instinct, provements in, 340.
112.

Warming of houses, 467 - effect of
Swallowing, the act of, not instinc. double windows in, 471.
tive, 113.

Wartburg, Luther's résidence at, 446.
Wealth, rise of the desire for, 346 -

good effected by the worship of,
347 - great prevalence and sway

of, 348 - checked by regard for
Tahitian language, 233.

intellectual greatness, 349.
Tamburlaine, by Ć. Marlowe, cited, Webster, John, the dramatist, 57 -

sombre and tragic genius of, 58 -
Taylor, Jeremy, attacked by South, his Duchess of Malfy cited, 59
299.

his White Devil, 63.
Theatres in London, 33 — rapid in- Whewell, William, Elements of Mo-
crease of, 34.

rality by, reviewed, 1- takes Eng.
Thornton, Dr., on colonization, 270. land for his station, 2, 27 — on the
Tourneur, Cyril, the dramatist, 73. cardinal virtues, 5 — on the right
Turenne, united in command with of authors to deny their works, 7
Condé, 125 — fights against him, - on the duty of lawyers, ib. - on
135 - 'defeats him, 138.

the marriage contract, 9 — on the
law of necessity, 11 — on religion,

16- on Christian ordinances, 17
V.

- on civil polity, 18 — on the

rights of the state, 22 - on govern-
Vatel, the cook, suicide of, 144. ment, 25 -- on international law,
Ventilation, Morrill Wyman's Trea 26 — merits and faults of, 27. See

tise on, reviewed, 466-other works Morality.
on, 467 - cited, 468_effect of coal. White, John, Planter's Plea by, 242.
smoke, 470 — effect of double win. Wigwam and the Cabin, by W. G.
dows on, 471 - quantity of air Simms, reviewed, 357 - some tal.
and heat required, 473 — cost of, ent shown in the, 359 — but often
ib. — laws of the movement of air, coarse and feeble, 360 --- view of
475 - of churches, lecture-rooms, its contents, 361 - cited, 362, 369,
and schools, 476 - of halls used by 373 - second series of, 372- its
deliberative bodies, 477 — of the contents noticed, 373.

38.

Wiley and Putnam's Library of Amer. W. Blackstone, 246 — credit due
ican Books, 357, 359.

to, 260. See Massachusetts.
Williams, Roger, character and con-

duct of, 258.
Wyman, Morrill, on Ventilation, re.

viewed, 466 -- full and accurate,
467 — his plan, 468-on combus. Zoophytes, The, by James D. Dana,
tion, ib. — on the smoke of coal, reviewed, 211 – resemble plants
470 - on double windows, 471 and flowers, 214 — but are true
cited, 474, 478. See Ventilation animals, 215 - simple and com-

plex forms of, 216 - how propagat-

ed, 217 — gemmiparous reproduc-
Y.

tion of, 218 — form a body corpo-

rate, 219 — immense number of,
Young, Alexander, Chronicles of 220 kinds of coral formed by,
Massachusetts by, reviewed, 237 221 --- grow upward and perish
- Plymouth Chronicles by, 240 — below, 222 - vegetable relations
nature of his work, 241 – list of of, 223.
its contents, 242- his note about Zrcingle, the Swiss Reformer, 450.

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