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Beccaria, Morellet's anecdotes of, 328,
330_his Crimes and Punishments
translated by Morellet, 329.
the subject of the Russian claims, Bentley, Dr., on the various readings
of the New Testament, 475, 476.
the New Testament, 477.
translated by Hayward, reviewed,
33, 34, 36, 376_attempts to colo- treatise on the membranes, 140-
Boston, settlement of, 257-Stansbu-
Bracebridge Hall reviewed, 204 et
142, 156—Bichat's system of 142, Book, 208-general character of,
156-Buisson's system of, 147. 209—fundamental error of, 212 et
poraries, reviewed, 455 et seq.- Brown, C. B., his Wieland cited, 74
Buisson, M. F. R., his anatomy cited,
his theory of life, 147.
lic, 192—his eloquence, 81.
Cabot, John, his voyage to N. Ameri-
Canada, discovered, 33-surveyed,
Cape Cod, discovered, 36.
Carolinas, situation of, at the begin-
Cartier, his voyages of discovery, 46,
Carver, his travels cited, 233, 236. Docherty, Michael, story of, 459.
gration to America, 28—names N. 432--of Spain, 436—of Portugal,438
-of Hungary, 440—of U. S. A. 442
-of Italy 445—of Austria and Swit-
Netherlands, 447—of Denmark,
of England and Wales, 449, 450
project for diminishing the expense
of, 451–whether å reform of is
tem of, in England and in the U.
others ancient and modern, 24-de- of, 361-Pestalozzi's system of, 355
W. coast of America, 376, 384. tary, 76—of the pulpit, 77—culti-
vation of, 80—of Robespierre, Bo-
naparte and Mirabeau compared, 74
11, 13—his opinion on the mode of Cicero and Demosthenes, 82-of
Patrick Henry, 82—of Chatham,
Elsevir edition of the New Testament,
translation of Homer, 350_his 300—from Great Britain into the
U. S. 293 et seq.- quantum of, ac-
tion in the U. S. 304.
of, 8-manuscript of burnt, 13.
et seq.--constitution, 192-on the
literature reviewed, 94--extracts rules of war, 203—on her church
doctors of the Sorbonne, 321. editions, 466, 467, 468.
Rousseau, 15—spared by the allies,
Essay, St. Pierre's on Rousseau, re-
of, 4author's opinion of, 4-effect Europe, 'by a citizen of the U.S.,'
reviewed 177, 210– changes in the
government of, 179-prospect of mains to their original place of bu-
Gluck, his interview with Rousseau,
Godwin, his answer to Malthus re-
Gæde, his opinion of England re-
viewed, 51 et seq.
remains of, respected by Marl- 359.
Gorges, Sir Fernando, his colonies.
fluence of the, on literature, 96_ Gorton, Samuel, persecutions of, 419.
Gosnold, discoveries of, 36.
Government, of the American colon-
ies, 24. et seq. 40 et seq.-Notions
characteristics of a free, 53—Mira-
America-colonies of, in Ame- viewed, 416—memoirs of, 416,
tion of, on civil liberty, 177 et seq. count of his labors on the New
83, 211-Mirabeau's notice of his inizing codices 482_number of
classification of manuscripts 483-
rules for applying various readings,
Revolutionary war. &c. reviewed, izing America, 38.
Hayward, Dr Geo. his translation of
Heckevelder, the Indian historian, 258.
230, 233, et seq. 237, 239,245. mines, 238.
22 et seq.-of New England, dis-
seau, 15—his account of Rousseau's ages to N. America, 33 et seq.-of
Historical Romance, new materials for, Life, principles of, 144-organic and
animal, 146 et seq.-active and nu-
tritive, 147 et seq.
settlements, &c. 396, 397.
ed, 289--character of his work on
population, 289cited, 311, 312,
Marion, Gen. character of, 456 et seq.
Maryland, settlement of, 24.
Mathæi, his edition of the New Testa-
ment account and character of, 473.
Mineralogy, of the U. S. 238, 244, 246.
Mirabeau, his advice to Rousseau, 4
13-associations with, 94 et seq.- character of, 73—oratory of, 75,
history, 84—his person and manner,
86_specimens of eloquence of, 88
Testament, 480, 481.
viewed, 416—his testimony against contemporaries, 319 et seq.
Music, cultivated by Rousseau, 3, 7,
6, 7, 10-adapted to Italian better
than French, 13—of the Italians
of taste in vocal, 402 et seq.-tone
lation in, 405-accent in, 407-ex-
pression in, 407—graces of, 408—
taste in composition of, 409-prin-
moration of first settlement of, re-
French revolution, 177 et seq. history of, 32 et seq.-character of
418-early political views of, 27
materials of for romance, 255-in-
crease of population in, 297 et President's message respecting claims
402—during the revolution, 423. Prinne, bis voyage to N. America, 38.
the, 227_description of the, 228 112—how by the admixture of
Scandinavian mythology, 116 et
Rhode-Island, settlement of, 417, et
73—his oratory, 74.
Romance, Historical, antiquity of, 163
-new field for, 250—variety of
associations with scenes in America
the residence of Hampden, 28. Rousseau, biographies of, commented
of, 3, 4-domestic babits of, 5, 6,
how treated, 19—verses and epi-
count of, 327.
Russia, danger of, to Europe, 183,
187—do. to the cause of liberty,
-ratio of increase of, compared Jate ukase, 373, 393—her discove-
pation, 383—real objects of, 390.-
N. America, 49, 50-ecclesiastical ence to Great-Britain and France,
391, 392-her charges against the