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ing last year, 3-raising of rate of, and
its consequences, 4.
Dissenters, the proposed admission of,
to Oxford, 189.
Dobell's Balder, remarks on, 134.
Dog-stealer, anecdote of a, 205.
Exports, increase of, to the East, 19.
Factory system, peculiarities of labour
under the, 174.
Fastings, the, of the Greek Church, 310.
Feudal previleges, effects of the early
abolition of, in England, 514.
Dogs, hunting, Xenophon on the quali- Filibusters and filibusterism, origin of
ties, &c. of, 396 et seq.
Doijer, painting by, 658.
DRAMA, THE, 209.
DRINKING AND SMOKING, 103.
Drury Lane, the pantomime at, 214.
Duins of Holland, the, 657.
Dunbeath, the storm of the 19th August
1848 at, 330.
Dunnottar, the ruins of, 585.
Duns Scotus, 441.
the terms, 314. See Nicaragua.
Fire, the procuring of, by the traveller,
Fisheries, the, see Scott'sh Fisheries.
FISH-PONDS AND FISHING-BOATS, ON,
Forbes, Dr John, of Forse, 451.
Foreign legion, on the, 28.
Forth, Firth of, the herring fishery in
Dusseldorf, sketches at, 651-the picture Fountains, inappropriate in England,
England, powerlessness of, against Russia
without France, 24-her want of pre-
paration during peace, 28-state of
education for the bar in, 68-Horace
Greeley's account of, 298-her neces-
sity for constant preparation, 389-
position of, in the alliance, 594-feel-
ing in, on the peace, 608-her position
since the war, 621, 623.
ENGLAND'S POLITICAL FUTURE, 501.
English, characteristics of the wit of the,
209-herring fishery, boats used in the,
531 et seq.-hotel system, on the, 606 et
seq.-peerage, constitution of the, 374.
Europe, influence of Roman conquest on,
249-present forms of intolerance in,
Fourth estate, the, 288.
Fox-hunting, defence of, 402.
FRANÇAIS DES DIVERS ETATS, MONTEIL'S
HISTOIRE DE, 266.
France, gold required for the war by,
10-means employed by the govern-
ment to meet it, ib.-powerless against
Russia without England, 24-the pre-
sent government of, its true character
and relations to the people, 27-state
of legal education in, 65-the law of
marriage in, 383-the first outbreak of
the revolutionary spirit in, 407-its
subsequent progress, 408-its present
state, 409-insecurity of government
in, 410-results of the Revolution on
morals, 411-political future of, 503,729
-effects of the destruction of the nobi-
lity in, 511 the law of succession
in, 516 the Scots auxiliaries in,
580-position of, in the Alliance, 594-
inclination of, toward peace, 611, 612
Fraser, Mr, evidence of, on legal educa-
French, defeats of the, during the siege
of Sebastopol, 236.
French government, conduct of the,
with regard to Kars, 483-military
system, the alleged superiority of the,
237-railways, the, 645-Revolution
characteristics of the, 407.
Frost, the, December 1855, 642.
FUTURE, SPECULATIONS ON THE.-OUR
Gagra, valley and fort of, 696.
GALTON'S ART Of Travel, 593.
Game-laws, on the, 391.
Gardens, the, at Oxford, 183.
Gaskell, Mrs, picture of the tyranny of
the trades unions by, 55.
Gauls, the conquest of Rome by the,
Geneste, lieut., statement of, regarding
the Hango massacre, 31.
Genius, the vocation of, 404.
German university, the, 179.
Germanic Diet, constitution, &c. of the,
Germany, present position of, 29-her
prospects, 30-state of legal education
in, 65-position, &c. of, in, 1815, 412
-conduct of the governments since,
413-the movement of 1848 in, 415—
future prospects of, 417 et seq., 729-
political future of, 503, 511.
Ghent, sketches at, 646.
Gifford, his denunciations of the stage,
Gold, drain of, in 1855, 6-causes of this,
9-exports of, to France, ib.-circum-
stances which regulate the value of,
13-as the modern peacemaker, 155.
GOLD-SCREW, THE, AND ITS CONSEQUENCES,
GREECE, THE ANCIENT COINS OF, 193-
influence of, 249.
GREEK CHURCH, the, 304.
Greeks, mode of hunting among the
Greeley, Horace, review of the Life of,
288 et seq., 292 et seq.
Gregory II., pope, 307.
Helmsdale, loss of fishermen, &c. at, 330,
Henryson, Edward, 453.
Hepburn, James Bonaventura, 446.
Heretics, treatment of, in Spain, 432.
Heroic legend, the, in early Roman his-
Heroism, modern depreciation of, 156.
Herring, ignorance of the natural history
of the, 521-Pennant's account of it,
and errors of this, 522-its spawning-
ground at Ballantrae, 523 et seq.-its
time of spawning, 525.
Herring fisheries, the Scottish, statistics
of the, 336-the Scotch and English
boats used in the, 531 et seq.
Hiawatha, remarks on,
Higher classes, former prevalence of
drunkenness among the, 106 et seq.
History, elucidation of, by coins, 193-
the three great styles of writing, 406.
HOLLAND, LADY, THE, MEMOIRS OF SYDNEY
SMITH BY, 350.
Holland, winter sketches in, 654.
Holybush, John, 440.
Honours, system of, at Oxford, 665.
Hospital department, working, &c. of
Hotels of England, the, 606.
Hübner, painting by, 651.
Hume, Mr, on arbitration between mas
ters and employed, 57.
Hungary, political feature of, 502.
Hunting as an exercise, 184.
Hussein Pasha, the case of, 474.
Image-worship, opposition of the Greek
church to, 307.
Grey, Sir A., the Scots bands under, 581. Imagination, modern neglect of, 162 et seq.
Greytown, port of, 315.
Grindrod's Bacchus, on, 104.
Gude, painting by, 651.
Gustavus Adolphus, the Scots in the
service of, 582 et seq.
Gymnastics as an element of education,
Haarlem, sketches in, 656.
Hague, the, sketches in, 655.
Hamburg, the Scotch herring trade in,
Hamilton, count, 453.
Hango massacre, conduct of the Russian
government regarding the, 31.
Hannibal, the wars of the Romans with,
Happiness, discussion on, 708 et seq.
Harbours, importance of, to the Scottish
fisheries, 329 et seq. passim.
Hardouin, Father, on coins, 193.
Hare, Xenophon on hunting the, 398.
Hawthorne, life of General Pierce by,
Haymarket, the pantomime at the, 214.
Hebdomadal Board, &c. at Oxford, the,
Hegate, William, 452.
In Memoriam, remarks on, 129.
India, influence of, 248-political future
INDIAN CIVIL Service, the, 456.
Indulgences, not recognised by the
Greek Church, 308.
INNS OF COURT AND THE BAR OF ENG-
LAND, THE, 61.
Innes, Father, and his work on Scotland,
Inner Temple, legal education in the, 80
-its income, &c., 84.
Inquisition, proceedings of the, against
the Reformation in Spain, 430.
Intellect, modern tendencies to over-
culture of the, 162 et seq.
Intemperance, Mr Warren on, 177.
Intolerance, present forms of, 422.
IRAWADEE, LETTERS FROM THE BANKS OF
Irish, characteristics of the wit of the,
209-herring fisheries, the, 340 et seq.
Isabella of France, connection of Don
Carlos with, 435-of Portugal, mother
of Philip II., 425.
Isis, the, at Oxford, 182.
Ismail Bey, a visit to, 698.
Lewis, Sir G. C., his Credibility of Early
Roman History, 250 et seq. passim.
Lewis, the herring fishery at, 523
LIDDELL'S HISTORY OF ROME, 247. Se
Liddel, Duncan, 454.
Life Drama, remarks on the, 134.
Lincoln's Inn, income, &c. of, 84.
Lindesay, the earl of, 591.
Literature, state, &c. of, in England, 509.
Loch, Mr, on the Highland fisheries, 331
Lochfine, the herring fishery at, 523.
Log Cabin newspaper, the, 296.
Justinian, the emperor, character, &c. of, Longfellow's Hiawatha, remarks on, 135.
Karens, the, in Burma, 561.
Lord's Supper, doctrine of the Greek
Church on the, 309.
Kars, the defence of, 24 - causes of the Lords, House of, danger to the, from
fall of, 618 et seq.
KARS BLUE-BOOK, THE, 471.
Kean, Mr, his efforts on behalf of the
drama, 217, 218.
Keith, marshal, the career of, 586 Sir
R. Murray, 589.
Kelly, Sir F., on the system of legal edu-
King Henry VIII., Kean's production of,
Knight-errant, sketch of a, 281.
Knip, Mademoiselle, painting by, 658.
Knox, John, as a Scottish scholar, 449.
Kreutzberg, convent, &c. of the, 649.
Kyourgs of Burma, the, 556.
LABOUR, MR WARREN'S LECTURE ON, 170.
Labour and capital, character of the war
between, in Lancashire, 54, 174.
Labourers, the statute of, 173.
Ladies, former drinking of, 109-objec-
tions of, to sporting, 393.
LANCASHIRE STRIKES, 52.
Landed gentry of England, character,
&c. of the, 390.
Languages, the study of, by intending
Latin Church, schism between, and the
LEAKE'S NUMISMATA HELLENICA, 193—
colonel, singular interview of, with
Ali Pasha, 194.
Lectures, the delivery of, by leading men,
Lefevre, Mr, on the Scottish Fishery
Legal education, state of, in Scotland,
64-in France, 65-in Germany, ib.-
in Naples, 66 in the United States,
67-in England, 68.
Legislation, difficulties of, regarding mar-
Legitimists, party of, in Nicaragua, 318
Leo, the emperor, 307.
Leon (Nicaragua), city of, 317.
Leslie, John, bishop of Ross, 451.
Lessing, the paintings of, 651.
Leutze, painting by, 651.
life-peerages, 362- - as a court of ap
peal, 371-its constitution, &c.. 373
Louis XV., character of the age of, 164.
Louis Napoleon, principles of govern
ment of, 410 conduct of, toward
England, 486 - inclination of, toward
peace, 611, 612-his views, 730.
Louis Philippe, principles of government
Lower classes, prevalence of drinking
among the, 110.
Lybster, the harbour of, &c., 332.
Macaulay, the historical style of, 406.
Maccabeus, John, 450.
Maine Liquor Law, the, 113.
Mair or Major, John, 446.
Man and wife, the supposed antagonism
Bright's speech to the, 59-strike,
history, &c. of the, 56.
Manufactures, influences of, 157.
Marble quarries, the, in Burma, 553.
Marienburg, the Scots at, 584.
Marriage, the laws regarding, as affecting
women, 380 et seq.
Marsden, Bright's lecture at, 57, 58.
Martin, Mr Baron, on the present system
of legal education, 71.
Mary, sister of Charles V., 424-the first
wife of Philip II., 426 — of England,
the marriage of Philip II. to, 426.
Masters, combinations, &c. among the,
Moneyed classes, the, the gainers by the
act of 1844, 5.
Monks, the, in the Greek Church, 313.
Monro, Robert, his account of the Scots
in the service of Gustavus, 579, 582.
MONTALEMBERT, DE L'AVENIR POLITIQUE
DE L'ANGLETERRE, 501.
Montesquieu, the historical style of, 406.
Moore, the biography of, 285.
Mortgages, effects of our currency sys-
tem on, 14.
Mounggyee, a Burmese prince, 537.
Mouravieff, conduct of, at Kars, 593.
Museum, the new, at Oxford, 190.
Music, cultivation of, at Oxford, 185-
Nations, different degrees of natural tem-
perance in, 106.
National debt, effects of our currency
system on, 14-Gallery, London inap-
propriate for the, 190.
Natural teetotaller, the, 105.
NAVAL REVIEW, THE, 721.
Neill, Sir John, on the Scottish fisheries,
Nestorian heresy, the, 306.
Netherlands, the revolt of the, 427-its
beginnings, 428-feelings of Philip II.
regarding it, 429.
New Brandenburg, the Scots at, 583.
New Peace party, see Peace party.
New year's day at Brussels, 653.
New York Herald, the, and its editor,
302 et seq.-Tribune, the, 297.
New Yorker newspaper, the, 296.
Newspaper press, power, &c. of the, 170
-during the war, 233—in America,
NICARAGUA AND THE FILIBUSTERS, 314-
the lake of, 315.
Nice the Council of. 307
Nicopolis, the founding of, 193.
Niebuhr, new era as to Roman history
introduced by, 249-what he achieved
for it, 251.
Nobility, effects of the destruction of,
in France, 511.
North Wales, scenery of, 87.
Numismatists, eminent, 195.
Officers, the correspondence of the, dur-
ing the war, 234.
OLD AND NEW STYLE AT OXFORD, THE
Olympic theatre, the, 212.
Omens, the early belief in, 254.
Omer Pasha, parentage, &c. of, 24.
Ometeke, volcano of, 317.
Oppean law, the, at Rome, 262.
Orthian coin, an, 199.
Oungben-lé, sketches at, 559.
Overtrading, alleged effects of, 2.
OXFORD, A LETTER TOUCHING, 179.
OXFORD, THE OLD AND NEW STYLE AT,
Pagam-myo, sketches at, 540 et seq.—and
its temples, account of, 543.
Painting, present tendencies of, in Eng-
Palais de Justice, the, Ghent, 647.
Palestine, present state of, 305.
Panama, route to California by, 315.
Pantomimes, the, 209 et seq.
Parton's Life of Horace Greeley, review
of, 288, 292 et seq.
Passport system, the, 604.
Patriarchs of the Greek Church, the,
Paul IV., war between, and Philip II.,
Peace, neglect of the army during the,
115-the prospect of, how regarded,
232, 388, 692-the, 593-position of
the parties, 594.
PEACE PARTY, THE NEW, a dialogue, 20.
Pedestrian tourist, requirements of the,
Peel's currency act, the capitalists the
gainers by, 5-its general effects, ib.
et seq., 9 et seq.-mode of its action,
Peerage, value of the, in England, 510.
PEERAGES FOR Life, 362.
Pegu, aspect of, &c., 538.
Pelissier, general, conduct of, with re-
gard to Kars, 483.
Penance held by the Greek Church, 309.
Pennant on the natural history of the
Penny papers, first appearance, &c. of,
in America, 294.
Peru, Prescott's Conquest of, 421.
Peterhead, loss of fishing-boats, &c. at,
Poet, origin and training of the, 125.
Poets, their attacks on sporting, 392.
Poetry, the earliest and latest stages of,
Poland, political future of, 503.
Political prophecy, difficulties of, 501.
PORCH AND THE GARDEN, THF, a Dia-
Port-Nesson, sea-pond at, 527.
PRESCOTT'S PHILIP II., 421.
Preparation, continued necessity for, 389.
Pre-Raphaelitism, general tendencies to,
in England, 220.
Press, modern power of the, 170-con-
duct, &c. of the, with regard to the
war, 233-state, &c. of the, in America,
288-language of the, toward other
Preston strike, origin, history, &c. of
Priests, marriage of the, in the Greek
Primogeniture, the right of, in England,
Princess, the, remarks on, 131.
Princess's Theatre, the pantomime at
the, 214, 215.
Prome, city of, 538.
Property, depreciation of, by the crisis
of 1855, 4.
Prussia, present position of, 30-conduct
of the government since 1815, 413--
political prospects of, 511-conduct of,
with regard to the war, 594.
Prussian railways, the 645.
Public addresses, the delivery of, by our
leading men, 170-houses, the licens-
ing of, &c., 110.
PUBLIC LECTURES-MR WARREN ON
Punning, the English tendency to, 209.
Puns, Ulrici on, 212.
Puppet-shows, Burmese, 541.
Purgatory not held by the Greek Church,
Raglan, lord, De Bazancourt's account
Railways, English and foreign, 644.
Ramsay, the Chevalier, 453,
Rangoon, sketches at, 536.
Readers in the Inns of Court, evidence
of the, on legal education, 73.
Realism, modern tendencies of the stage
to, 218 et seq.-and of art generally,
220 et seq.
Recruiting, system of, in Nicaragua, 318.
Red herrings, preparation of, 534.
Reform Act, effects of, 517.
Reformation, suppression of the, in Spain,
Refreshment rooms, railway, 646.
Regeneration, doctrine of the Greek
Church on, 308.
Regular clergy, the, in the Greek Church,
Reid, president, 453.
Reime, painting by, 651.
RELIGION IN COMMON LIFE, 243.
Religious myth, the, in early Roman
Repression, present system of, in the
Papal Church, 422.
Rhine, winter sketches on the, 648.
Ritual of the Greek Church, the, 310.
Robson, the acting of, 211, 212.
Rodde, painting by, 651.
Romans, fish-ponds of the, 528.
ROME, LIDDELL'S HISTORY OF, 247-and
Constantinople, the struggle between
the bishops of, 307.
Rotterdam, sketches in, 655.
Rousseau, objections of, to sporting, 393.
Rubens, the allegorical paintings of, 223.
Rügenwalde, the Scots at, 582.
Russell, Lord John, his Exeter Hall
Russia, the object of the war with re-
gard to, 23 et seq.-ignorance in, as to
the results of it, 25-position and
views of the merchants, landholders,
&c., 26-supposed danger to Europe
from her being crushed, 29-decep-
tions of the government as to the
war, 25-its conduct regarding the
Hango massacre, 31-her schemes of
universal domination, 33-and the
Russians, Bright on, 58--the proposals
of, for peace, 288-influence of, in
Germany, and its causes, 416-politi-
cal future of, 502-Marshal Keith in
the service of, 589-position of, 594-
position in which placed by the peace,
615 et seq.-effects of the war on, 620.
Sacraments, doctrine of the Greek
Church on the, 309.
Sadler's Wells, the pantomime at, 214.
St Arnaud, marshal, notices of, 487 et
seq. passim-his death, &c., 499.
St Gudule, cathedral of, at Brussels, 653.
Salmon, spawning-ground of the, &c., 521.
San Juan river, the, 315.
San Francisco, departure of Walker from,
Sardanapalus, Kean's production of, 217,
Sardinia, present position of, 31-con-
duct of, in the war, 594-position and
views of, with regard to war, 611.