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INDEX TO VOL. LXXII.
Abdul Meschid, Sultan, sketch of, 164. Basle, cruelties against the Jews at, 598.
Bedi, King of Sennaar, 452.
Belgium, increased stringency of the
tariff of, 558.
Bhem Sen, Nepaulese minister, death of,
Black-cock shooting, on, 228.
Boarding-house, a Spanish, sketches in,
Boasting, prevalence of, in Great Britain,
Bonham, Mr, British consul at Teheran,
Bright, Mr, speech of, against the minis-
tions of the, 681-sketches of them by Buffalo-hunting in America, 686.
Byron, Jeffrey's criticism on, 467, 468.
Caffre war, effects of our economical
California, emigration of Chinese to, and
its effects, 98, 102 et seq.—the supply
Calne, the election for, 255.
Camel, antipathy between, and the horse,
delineation of Outalissi, 681.
-the supply of gold from, and its price
XXII., 49-Part XXIII., 235-Part
XXIV., 331-Part XXV., 479—Part
CELESTIALS, THE, AT HOME AND ABROAD, Cotton manufactures, increased daties on,
levied by the Zollverein, 557—increase
Country, state of the, 766.
ON THE FOURTH VOLUME OF, 316. Craigcrook, Jeffrey's residence at, 282.
Cranstoun, George, sketch of, by Lord
Cuba, immigration of Chinese labourers
from, 99 et seq.-recent history and Cypress swamp, sketch of a, 688.
Daily News, the, on the Derby adminis-
tis in eremo, 513—To my daughter,
516–Summer, ib.-Oribates, 757—I
758–Evening song, ib.
Death OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTOS,
Deer-stalking, requisites for, 221.
Democracy, alliance between, and popers,
during the fourteenth century, 596. Lord John Russell, 641.
tariff of, 565.
gard to war, 2--position of Lord John COUNTRY, 249.
on him, 120 et seq.-as the opponent of
Sir James Graham on him, 364-bis
declaration regarding Free Trade, 761.
Newspaper press on the, 354 et seq:-
DIES BOREALES, No. IX., Christopher
under Canvass, 133—the invocations of
134--the Muse of poetry, 137–Mil-
ton's manner of representation, 142–
149–No. X., Discussion on Paradise
Disraeli, Mr, attacks of Cobden, &c. on,
262-his speech at Aylesbury, 265–
by Sir James Graham on him, 364—his
Dogs, training, &c. of, for grouse-shoot- Fly-fishing in sea lochs, on, 225.
FOREIGN COUNTRIES, THE RESTRICTIVE
France, 545 - sketches of, in Spain, Foreign relations, present state of, 1.
France, the motives of, for hostility
tem, 4-her probable conduct to Eng.
the latter, 5-her position under Na-
fluence of the, in France, and its pre- 7-force available for it, 9-present
state of her navy, 17 et seq.- change
causes of it, 545—increasing stringency
270—the establishment of it, 276—the factures, 560—the position of Louis
724-indifference as to politics in, 725
the general cry for it, and its true mo- &c., 726-influence of the drama in,
of December, 730.
tural produce under, 211-increased
amount of Poor rates, 212.
Free-Traders, falsification of the pre-
coveries on, 98—the great increase of the, from the ministry, 759.
on the, 398.
Fugitive Slave bill, the, 691.
GENERAL ELECTION, THE, 114.
--true nature of the struggle involved
Genevieve, a tale, by Alphonse Karr,
during the fourteenth century, 596.
Gibraltar, sketches at, 721.
Goethe's Wilhelm Meister, Jeffrey's re-
GOLD — ÉMIGRATION - FOREIGN DEPEN-
on the effects to be anticipated from
Gold discoveries, effects of the, on Emi- Hussein Aga, governor of Sennaar, 451,
gration, 98-and on currency, &c., 768. 454.
H. G. K., 757.
Icely, Mr, an Australian settler, 302
&c. of, 115-speech of, at his election of, 714.
India, results of the reduction of our
Indians of North America, sketches of
Indulgences, the modern system of, under
with regard to foreign nations, l-her Industrial classes, effects of the increased
regular force, 12.
Jamaica, ruined state of, 213-emigra-
JEFFREY, Part I., 269_Part II., 461.
Jerusalem, picture of, by Dr Aiton, 752.
ages, 597-Dr Aiton on the, 754.
JOURNEY TO MANDERA, A, 446.
Judges, the system of election of, in the
Jung Bahadoor, the Nepaulese enroy,
Kafirs, traditions regarding the, 459.
Kamlin, the town of, 449.
tariff of, 564-importations of sugar KABR, ALPHONSE, 71.
KATIE STEWART, Part I., chap. i., 23–
33-chap. V., 36-chap. vi., 39—chap.
chap. ix., 185—chap. X., 188-chap.
xi., 191-chap. xii., 194—chap. xiii.,
XV., 286-chap. xvi., 289—chap. xvii.,
-Part IÙ., chap. xx., 415—chap. xxi.,
417-chap. xxii., 421-chap. xxiii., 423 Manchester party, present objects of the,
538—chap. xxx.,541—chap. xxxi., 543. vience of Lord John Russell to the,
117-falsehood of the, 441.
amount of agricultural produce raised Manna of Australia, the, 309.
Manufactures, protective duties main-
Manufacturing boroughs, views of the,
MARY, QUEEN, 614.
Mediterranean, sketches on the, 747.
Melbourne, the price of gold at, 203.
CHURCH OF SPAIN, review of, 711.
Military stations in Great Britain, garri-
sons required for, 11.
depots of, 16.
force, 19 et seq.
Milton's Paradise Lost, remarks on, 134
Missions, Australian, 305.
of the triumph of the Conservatives in supply of gold on, 205.
MOOR AND THE LOCH, THE, 218.
attack by, 2-ease with which it might ticism on, 467.
MUNDY'S OUR ANTIPODES, 300.
to Great Britain, 3-his present posi- ences of, beyond their own province,
Musk deer of Nepaul, the, 96.
MY NOVEL, OR VARIETIES IN ENGLISH
chap. xiii., 49-chap. xiv.,56--chap. XV.,
57-chap. xvi., 60-chap. xvii., 235–
chap. xviii., 238-chap. xix., 245-chap.
331-chap. ii., 332-chap. iii., 333—
343—chap. vii., 345-chap. viii., 347 —
chap. ix, 479-chap. A., 484–chap. xi.,
488—chap. xii., 491-chap. xiii., 497 —
chap. xiv., 498-chap. XV., 503—-chap.