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INDEX TO THE ECLECTIC MAGAZINE,-VOL. VIII.

FROM MAY TO AUGUST, 1846.

næum,

EMBELLISHMENTS.

F
1. Plate-CHARLES I., by Vandyke, engraved

France, Impressions of, by a Young Lady,-
Tait's Magazine,

320
by Sartain

France, Newspaper Press in, -- British Quar.
2.
PORTRAIT-WALTER SAVAGE Lan.
terly Review,

372
DOR, by D'Orsay, engraved by Sar-
tain.

G
3.

PORTRAIT-Thomas Hood, by Lewis,
engraved by Sartain.

Gilfillan's Gallery of Literary Portraits,-
4. TRAVELLED Monkey, by Landseer, Graham, Sir James - Fraser's Magazine,

202

181
engraved by Sartain.

H
A
Algeria, Past and Present,-Foreign Quar-

Hommaire's Travels in the Steppes of the
terly Review,
187

116

Caspian,-Foreign Quarterly Review,
Algerines, Life among the, --Literary Gaz., 364 Hood, the late Thomas, Dublin University
Anecdotes, Jesse's, of Dogs,-Lit. Gazette, 495

289

Magazine,
Autobiography of Heinrich Zschokke,

Household Verses, Bernard Barton,--Eclec-
Chambers' Edinburgh Journal,

299
tic Review,

257
Hume, David, Life and Writings of, — Dublin
B
University Magazine,

80

Hume, David, Passages in the Life of,
Bacon, Lord, and Sir Thos. Moore,–Edin-

Dublin University Magazine,

258
burgh Revicu,

322
Hugo, Victor,-Fraser's Magazine,

508
Barton, Bernard, Household 'Verses by,–

Haydon, B. R., Sketch of,

565,
Eclectic Review,

257
a'Becket, Thomas, Life and Times of, - Athe-

K

229
Bell's Life or Canning,-Taii's Magazine, 332 Keats

, John, Literary Portrait, — Tait's Mag.
Bibliographical Notices,

144,287
azine,

202
Blanchard, Laman, a Brother of the Press,
Fraser's Magazine,

128

L
British Poetry, past and present condition Landor, Walter Savage, Collected Writings
of,-Fraser's Magazine,

339, 499
of, -Edinburgh Review,

161
Behind the Scenes,
557 Leibnitz, Life and Speculations of, - North

448
с

Letters, Travelling, Charles Dickens,' 45, 239,
Canning, Bell's Life of,— Tait's Magazine, 332

397,510
Chamber of the Bell, a Tale,– Fraser's

Letters of Royal and Illustrious Ladies,
Magazine,
412

482

British Quarterly Review,
Chaucer, his age and Writings,-- British

Literary Men, History of, -Fraser's Maga-
Quarterly Review,

zine,

128
Christianity, an Organ of Political Move-

Literature of the Eighteenth century,–

532
ment,- Tait's Magazine,

Blackwood's Magazine,

221
Contemporary Orators,- Fraser's Magazine, 181 Lucas, Margaret, Duchess of New Castle,-

Fraser's Magazine,

67
D

M
Dalton, Life of,—Westminster Review,

56

Melanchthon, Character and Works of,-
Dickens, Charles, Travelling Letters, 45, 239,

British Quarterly Review,

397, 519 Mervyn's (Frank) Temptation, a Tale,
Despatches and Letters of Lord Nelson.-

Metropolitan,

273
North British Review,

94
Dogs, Jesse's
Anecdotes of,Literary Gaz., 495

Middle Ages,' Popular Superstitions of,–
Atheneum,

176
More, Sir Thomas, and Lord Bacon,-- Edin-
E
burgh Review,

322
Exploring Expedition, Wilkes, --Edinburgh Murillo, the Painter without Ambition,
Review,
352 Fraser's Magazine,

251

161

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Marvels in Marine Natural History,

549 Fragments of Life, 281.-Two Marys at MISCELLANEOUS, British Opinion of Jona. the Tomb of Christ, Old Friends, Sleep,

Edwards, Burying Alive, 141.---The Three Mansions, 282.- Stanzas to the Art
Transformation of the Locust, A Ready of Printing, Alone, The Harmony of Na-
Pen, Curious Legacy, African Exploration, ture, 283. --Truth and Beauty, A Day of
142:-Remarkable Feat in Metal Casting, Spring, 426.—The Real and the Ideal,
170 - Famine in Jerusalem, 180.-Reli. The Living and the Dead, A Victory,
gious Toleration in China, 202-A Mis. Memory, 427.----Blind Girl's Lament,
take, 280.-Anecdotes of the Swan River Morning, Sonnet to Truth, 567.-Deeds
Natives, 284.- Telegraphic Communica- not Words, The Grave of Two Sisters,
tion between France and England, A Life according to Law, Labor's Thanks-
Poem by Abd-el-Kader, 285.-Scraps from giving Hymn, 568 – A Steed in the Desert
Punch, Lord Palmerston in Paris, Inaugur- for me, A Night Thought, 569.
ation of a Synagogue, 286.- An unpub- Popular Superstitions of the Middle Ages, -
lished work of Linnæus, Painting and Atheneum,

176 Painters, 287.- The Nebulæ, Should

Study Pretender, the Young, and the Rebellion of be confined to one subject? 425.—Dissolu- '45,-Eclectic Review,

307 tion of the Society of Useful Knowledge, Indian Vocabulary, 429.- Wholesome un

R fermented Bread, Pronunciation of Indian

Royal and Illustrious Ladies, Letters of,Proper Names, Increasing Strength of the

British Quarterly Review,

482 British Navy, 430.-Detached Thoughts from Jean Paul Richter, 431.--Literary

s Impositions, 570.-Detached Thoughts

SCIENCE AND ART—Early Map of the from Jean Paul Richter, Drunkenness in

World, Steam Boilers,

143 Cork, 571.

Schiller, Life and Writings of,—Sharp's
N
Magazine.

433 Nelson, Lord, Despatches and Letters of,- Seleci List of Recent Publications,

144, 288, North British Review, 94

432, 572 Newcastle, Duchess of, Margaret Lucas,- Shetlanders, Manners, Traditions, &c, of, Fraser's Magazine, 67 Fraser's Magazine,

464 Newspaper Press in France - British Quar- Sikhs, Their Rise and Progress,

242 terly Review,

372 Spain, State of Political Parties in,—Foreign
Quarterly Retiero,

209
P
Steppes of the Caspian, Travels in,-For-

116 Parliament and the Courts; or, Question of

,

St. Bernard, The Great,- Metropolitan,' 494 Privilege,- Edinburgh Review,

1 Pilgrim's Progress, Modern, Blackwood's

T Magazine, 458

160 Planet, The New Discovered,

278 Tyrant's Tomb,— Tait's Magazine, Political Parties in Spain, State of, --Foreign

V Quarterly Review, 209

508 Poets, Last Lines of, Edinburgh Torch,

Victor Hugo,-Fraser's Magazine,

479 POETRY—The Other Day, To My Daughter

W
on ber Birth Day, 137.–Farewell Life-
Welcome Life, The Tree and the Spring,

Wilkes' Exploring Expedition,-Edinburgh
Review,

352
Believe Me, The Death-Bed, Sleep, 138. –
Early Flowers, Lines to a Motherless

z Babe asleep, Hymn, 139.-An Evening Zschokke, Heinrich, Autobiography of,– Hymn, Have Faith in One Another, 140,

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299

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