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a prejudiced partisan, 111 - dis- Pickering, John, learning and liber-
putes the excellence of the old ality of, 263.
masters, 112 – his only standard Pitt, Williamn, Sheridan's witty at-
the truth of nature, 113 — criticizes tack on, 94 — coldness and selfish-
the landscape-painters only, 114- ness of, 35) — makes a tool of Ad.
sweeping censures passed by, 115 dington, 352.
-on Claude and Ruysdael, 116 – Poets, posthumous honors paid to,
deficient in candor, 117 — incon- 357 – unfair to put them off upon
sistent and passionate, 118 – dog. posterity, 358 – how they are
matizes and misstates, 119 - on treated by the critics, 360 — review
the tapering of trees, ib. — mistakes each other, in Germany, 362
the criterion of art, 122 – praises judged by their predecessors, 363
Rubens, 123 - partial and unjust, transcend old rules and try to
124 on minute finish and detail, make new ones, 364 — are a law
125 — prefers particular to general to themselves, 365 — wish to be
truths, 127 — places form above studied with faith and reverence,
color, 128 — an amateur in water. 366 — differ from mere rhymers,
colors, 129 — prefers them to oil, 367- are not bound to write for
132 — insensible to the higher dunces, 371 - self-willed and per.
qualities of art, 134 — unjust to verse, 458 — apt to whimper and
Constable, 135.

grumble, 459 – egotistical and
Paracelsus, by Robert Browning, re- self-exaggerating, 460 – not pecu.

viewed, 357 — represents the poet's liar, but common beings, 461
early life, 372 — cited, ib.

might easily change their vocation,
Parkhurst prison, separation in, 186. 462 — usually lack common sense,
Parr, Dr., the teacher of Sheridan, 463 — sad story of many, 464 –
75.

ainazing increase of, 465 — stand
Past and Present of the American. in their own light, 467 — mistake

people, 426 — compared together, novelty for originality, 468 – in.
428 — in point of religion, ib. - of vent new laws of criticism, 469 –
the lust of conquest, 430 — of the need not publish unless they like,
love of gain, 433 — of patriotism, 470.
435 — of courage, 438 — of fickle- Poland, living writers of, 323 -
ness of will, 442 — of sectional serious and earnest literature of,

prejudice, 443- of party spirit, 444. 324 — national spirit in, 325
Pentonoille prison, 180 — arrange- early writers in, ib. — Rey, ib. -

ments of, 181 - effects and ex- Kochanowski, 329 — idyls of Szy.
penses of, 182 — insanity in, 183. monowicz, 331 – golden period of
Philadelphia prison, 153 — mortality literature in, 332 — French taste

in, 154 – deaths of black convicts becomes prevalent in, 333 — Kra-
at, 156 — periods of confinement sicki, ib. — other authors under the
in, 157

how much society al- last king of, 334 – Karpinski, 335
lowed in, 158 — number of con- latest literature of, ib. — has
victs inade insane in, 161 — causes learned self-reliance, 336 — Niem.
imbecility instead of reformation, cewicz, 337 — Malczewski, 338 –
164 — concealment of facts respect. Brodzinski, 340 — future destiny
ing, 165 — earnings of convicts in, of, 347.
174 — expensiveness of, 175 – Political Economy, Sismondi's Es.
frightful results of, 176.

says in, reviewed, 32— metayer
Philanthropists, bitter quarrels of, system in, 37 — Sismondi's first

146 — speculative, harm done by, work on, 44- his New Views of,
319 - mistakes committed by, 321 63 — distinguished from chrema-

political, characterized, 477. tistics, 64 production and distri.
Philosophy of Government, Sismondi bution in, 65 — over-production in,
on the, 32.

66 - displacement of human labor
Phips, Sir William, captures Port

in, 67.
Royal, 218.

Poor, the, and the humble, ancient

civilization did nothing for, 411 - Religious Theory of Government, by
disregarded in the religious sys. A. H. Vinton, 426.
tems of the ancients, 412

– and by Report on Massachusetts trees and
modern pagans, 413 – had few shrubs, by G. B. Emerson, review-
legal rights, 414 — rights of, ac- ed, 190.
knowledged only by Christians, Republics, political effects of war
415 - condition of, in Hindostan on, 315 – how affected by political
and China, 418 — kindly treated clubs, 316 – and by the influence
by the Jews, 419 — emancipated of individuals, 318 — by social
and protected by Christianity, 421 theorists and political philanthro-
- indebted to it for a home, 423 – pists, 319— injured by the incul.

relieved by it in Polynesia, 424. cation of abstract principles, 320 -
Poussin, Nicolo, as an artist, 139. mode of remedying evils in, 322—of
Precocity of genius lacks real the ancients were oligarchies, 413.
strength, 261.

Revolution, of 1688, Mackintosh on
Prison Discipline in America, by the, 275 — French, frightful aspect
Francis C. Gray, reviewed, 145 - of the, 288. See French -

the au.
philanthropists dispute about, 146 thors of the American, were colo.
- experience acquired in, 147- nists, 427 — some were unbelievers,
twofold objects of, 150 — life or 428 - some were land-speculators,
reason not to be sacrificed by, 151 432 – avarice and rapacity of, 433
- a favorite subject for theorists, - censured for these things by
152 — comparison of the two sys- Washington, 434 - often deficient
tems of, 153 — deaths caused by, in patriotism, 435 — refused to sup-
154 — insanity produced by, 161 port the war, 436 – deserted the
- imbecility mistaken for reforma- army, 437 – cowardice of officers,
tion by, 164 - for short terms of 438 — traitors among, 439 — im-
confinement, 166 -- in New Jer.

proper persons appointed to com-
sey, 168 — in Rhode Island, 171 – mand, 440 — resignations of offi-
productiveness of labor under, 173

led by mercenary
- the Boston Society of, 177 - motives, 442 — quarrel with each
opinion in Europe about, 178. other, ib. excuses fór, 445.
English experience in, 179 — at Rey, a Polish author, 325 — early
Pentonville, 180 – English opin- life and education of, 326 — litera-
ions about, cited, 186.

ry productions of, 327 - transla-
Privilege, meaning of the word, in tions froni, 328.
Cicero's tirne, 414.

Reynolds, Sir J., Notes and Dis.
Proud, the Loyalist, prediction of, courses of, 111.
427

Rhode Island prison, the separate
Przedswit reviewed, 323 extract

system in, 171.
from the preface of, 343.

Rivals, The, Sheridan's comedy,
Puritans of New England coveted 81 — criticized, 82.
others' territories, 431.

Robespierre, Lamartine's account of,

297, 303

Rockingham party, Sheridan joins
Q.

the, 92.

Rome, final conquest of Italy by, 3
Quincy, Josiah, Life and Journals of Histories of, by B. G. Niebuhr
Samuel Shaw by, noticed, 250. and Leonhard Schmitz, reviewed,

280 — yet an unappropriated sub-

ject for history, 281 — suicide com-
R.

mon at, 406 — morals of, in the

Augustan age, 407 — the poor not
Raphael compared with Titian, 137. favored in, 414 — number of slaves
Raynal, Abbé, account of Acadie by, in, 416 — pauperism and infanti-
224.

cide in, 417.

cers, 441

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Rubens, the landscapes of, 123. 74 — parentage and education of,
Ruysdael, artistic merits of, 116. 75 — his life at school, 76 — early

literary efforts of, 77 falls in

love, 78 — elopement and marriage
S.

of, 79 - fights two duels, 80

writes the comedy of The Rivals,
Salvator Rosa censured by a modern 81 — faults and merits of, as a

critic, 115 — merits and defects of, dramatist, 82, 87 — writes å farce
142.

and an opera, 83 — character of
Schmitz, Leonhard, History of Rome his wit, 84 — buys Drury Lane

and edition of Niebuhr's Lectures Theatre, 85 his School for
by, reviewed, 280 — his merits as Scandal, 86 — The Critic by, 87
an editor, 282 his mistakes - comic characters of, 88 real
pointed out, 283 — ignorant of

powers of, 89 - as an orator and
genealogy and modern history, politician, 90 — enters Parliament,
284 - defects of, as a historian, 91 - accepts and resigns office, 92
285 - blunders of, exposed, 286 - - a member of the Coalition min.
his carelessness, 287.

istry, 93 — his sharp retort on Pitt,
School education in New England, 94 - an effective partisan, 95 —

200 — should include natural his- his parliamentary wit, 96 — his
tory, 201

- limited to too few speech on the impeachment of
branches, 202 — utilitarian ideas Hastings, 97 — his eloquence char-
of, 203.

acterized, 98 — in Westminster
School for Scandal, The, 86.

Hall, 99 — studied artificial ora-
Schools of Boston, Reports on the,

tory of, 101 compared with
reviewed, 446 — social position of Irish orators, 102 - florid style of,
the teachers of, 448 — small pay 103 — separates from Burke, 104
for instruction in, 450 — impor. – leads the opposition with Fox,
tance of the work done in, 452 — 105 — second marriage and later
the report on, by G. B. Emerson, history of, 106 — betrays the Wbig
453 — mode of examining, 454 - leaders, 107 – misery of his last
proper studies in, 455.

scene, 108 — moral estimate of,
Scott, Sir W., on the commonness of 109.
poetic talent, 466.

Shirley, Governor, plans the expedi-
Separate and social systems of prison tion against Acadie, 221.

discipline, 147—'how compared Sismondi, J. C. L., the life and opin-
with each other, 153 - mortality ions of, 32 — parentage and edu.
caused by, 154 — society allowed cation of, 33 — resides at Lyons,
under, 159 — insanity caused by, 34 — visits England, 35 – driven
161 - experience of, in New Jer. from Geneva, 36 — fixes his resi.
sey, 168 – in Rhode Island, 171 – dence in Tuscany, 37 — imprison-
frightful results of, at Philadel. ment of, 38 — correspondence of,
phia, 176 — trials of, in England, with his mother, 39 — liberal po-
179 at Pentonville, 180 — dif. litical opinions of, 40 — literary
ferent application of, in England, labors of, 42 - his Studies in the
183 – English opinions about, cit- Social Sciences, 43 — returns to
ed, 186.

Geneva, 44 - studies Italian his-
Shakspeare, meagreness of the biog. tory, 45 — History of the Italian
raphy of, 464.

Republics by, 46 — publishes his
Shaw, Samuel, Journals and Life of, work, 47 consistency and indus-

by Josiah Quincy, noticed, 250. try of, 48 — friends and associates
Shepherd, Edward, on prison disci. of, 50 — travels with Madame de
pline, 184.

Staël, 51 – peculiar tastes of, 52
Sheridan, Richard B., life and works travels in Germany, ib. on

of, reviewed, 72 -prominent qual- Austrian politics, 53 — other pub.
ities of, 73 — witty and vicious, lications of, 54 — Littérature du

.

-

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Midi by, ib. History of the beautiful no less than useful, 199
French by, 55 — supports Napole. autumn colors of, 205 — forest
on's government, 57 — his con.

scenery, 207 –

- on the natural
versation with Napoleon, 58 — re- hedge, 211 - faithful and original
turns to his studies, 60 — domestic observations of, 214.
life of, 61 — later publications of, Trees, the tapering of, 119.

as a political economist, 63 – Trembecki, a Polish poet, 334.
on manufactures and over-produc- Trip to Scarborough, by Sheridan,
tion, 66 earnestoess of, in po-

85.
litical economy, 68 — not a radi. Truth of nature in art, 113 — can.
cal, 69 — on the politics of Ge- not be attained in landscapes, 121
neva, 70 — sickness and death of, what is it, 122- does not mean
71 - Mignet's eulogy on, 72. deception, 126 not particular,
Slavery among the ancients, 415 but general, 127.

forbidden or ameliorated by Chris- Turner a great colorist, 123 – in
tianity, 422.

water-colors and oil, 131.
Social Sciences, Sismondi's Studies Tuscany, rural life in, 37.

in the, 43.
Solar System, J. P. Nichol's Con.
templations on the, noticed, 253.

V.
Sordello, by Robert Browning, re-

viewed, 357 — misty and incom.
prehensible, 369 — must be viewed Viator, meaning of, in Horace's fifth

Satire, 405, note.
in perspective, 371,
Squatters in Australia, 486.

Viburnum, sweet, description of
Staël, Madame de, gives advice to

the, 210.
Sismondi, 47 — rightly judged by

Vinton, A. H., on the Religious The-
him, 50 — refuses to return

to Na. Voltaire, funeral honors to, 299.

ory of Government, 426.
poleon, 57 - the death of, 60.
Statistics, value of correctness in,

149.
St. Patrick's Day, by Sheridan, 83.
Suicide common at Rome, 406.
Szymonowicz, idyls of, 331.

War, effects of, on domestic politics,

315 - of 1812, consequences of

the, ib.
T.

Washington complains of the rapacity

of public agents, 434 - of ungen.
Tasmania, settlement of, 483.

tlemanly officers, 440 - factious
Teachers, proper social position of, opposition to, 444.
448 — insufficiently paid, 449 Water-colors in painting, 129 — tri-
ought to be seen in elegant society, fling and worthless as a branch of
451.

art, 130 — rage for, in England
Theorists, social, mischief caused and France, 131 - great defects of,
by, 319.

133.
Tiber, course of the river, 5.

Webster, Noah, Goodrich's edition of
Tickell, witty caricature of Sheridan the English Dictionary by, noticed,
by, 94.

256.
Titian, minute finish of, 125 - land. William IV., after-dinner speech of,

scapes of, 136 - compared with 355.
Raphael, 137.

Williams, W.J., on prison discipline,
Trees of Massachusetts, G. B. Em. 188.

erson's Report on the, reviewed, Williams's Residence in the South
190 — thoughtless destruction of, Sea Islands, 425.
192 — burning of forests of, 194 Winslow, John, appointed to com-

economical value of, 195 mand the expedition against Aca.

W.

-

die, 222

superseded in com-
mand, 226 proceedings of, at
Grand-Pré, 227.

and enterprise of, 191 - foolishly
addicted to felling trees, 193 — mi-
gratory instinct in, 197.

Y.

Z.

Yankee character, the, 190 — thrift Zablocki, a Polish poet, 334.

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