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Science, Philosophy, and Literature.
APR L, 1853, TO JANUARY, 1854.
LONDON : SAMPSON LOW, SON & CO.
INDEX TO VOL. II.
American Poetry and the N. British condition, 182 et seq.; taxation, 187;
Review, 71; Mr. Longfellow, ib.; social aspect, 188; the Catalonians,
, 84-92; No. De Quincey, Biographical Sketch, 608,
609; Nature of his mind and tone of
his writings, 610, 611; Habit of di.
gression, 612; his humor, 615; Ima-
gination, 616; his dogmatism, 619;
scholarship, 621,. 623 ; style, 626;
amount and variety of his works,
627; relative position to his contem-
poraries, 630; colloquial powers,
632; impropriety of his “Confes-
sions," 633; opium experiences, 634,
343; Athenian citizenship, 345; not
conferred on foreigners as a matter
of right, 346; resident aliens, ib. ;
the slaves, 347; the Popular Assem-
bly, 350; Council of Five Hundred,
354; Perikles, 355; the Judicial sys-
tem, 356; the tenure of office, 359;
Causes of the overthrow of Athens,
361; degradation of labor, ib. ; near.
ness of the people to the public trea-
sury, 363; unrestricted power of the
Popular Assembly, 364; impurity of
the religious system of Athens, 366.
Fishery Question, official documents
relating to, 1; Mr. Everett to the
President, ib.; Mr. Lawrence to Mr.
Webster, 2, 9; Lord Malmesbury to
Mr. Crampton, 5; Mr. Everett to Mr.
tions from Hesiod, and from Dante,
if we have a Bourbon among us, ib. ;
95, et seq.