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immediate cause of, 506 — progress

of, 507 — authorities for the histo-
Rape of the Lock, Addison's judg-

ry of, 508 -

not the result of a con-
ment of the, 357.

spiracy, 509 — lesson taught by,
Read, Thomas B., Poeins by, re- 510.

viewed, 402, 428 - an unconscious Sicily, history of, in the 13th century,
plagiarist, 429 — cited, 430.

501 - the throne of, sold by the
Reformers, manner of modern, 345. pope, 502 — Charles of Anjou
Richardson, as a lexicographer, 206. made king of, 503 — tyranny exer-
Rosamond, Addison's opera of, 335. cised over, 504 - rebellion in, 506.
Royal Society, quarrels in the, 88. Sketches of Modern Literature, by
Russell, Lord John, poetical portrait George Gilfillan, reviewed, 273.
of, 479.

See Gilfillan.

Smith, Adam, Brougham's life of,
S.

67 — Theory of Moral Sentiments

by, 68 – becomes acquainted with
Sadducism of the present age, 284. Quesnay, 69 — his Wealth of Na.
Saints, historical interest in the tions, ib. — his habits of mind, 70
Lives of the, 120.

- kindness of his affections, 71 –
Sargent, Epes, Songs of the Sea by, religious opinions of, 72.

reviewed, 402 -- merits and faults Smith, William, Memoir of Fichte
of, 433.

by, noticed, 263.
Savage, the poet, belies Addison, Sobieski, Princess Clementine, mar-
338.

ries the Pretender, 34.
Saxe, Marshal, appointed to invade Somerset, Duke of, treatment of Ad.

England, 5 - receives counter or- dison by, 331.
ders, 6.

Songs of the Sea, by E. Sargent, re-
Schiller, poetical translation from, viewed, 402.
424.

Sparks, Jared, Library of Biography
Schoolcraft, Henry R., Census of the by, 217.
Iroquois Indians by, reviewed, 292 Spectator, The, establishment of, 347.

- highly qualified for his task, Spence's Anecdotes, stories against
293 — travels of, among the In. Addison in, 319.
dians, 294 — previous publications Stahl, theory of phlogiston by, 74.
of, 296

skill and tact of, in Statesmen of America, by Mrs. Mau-
taking the census, 298 — statisti-

ry, noticed, 513.
cal facts collected by, 300 - on Steele, thoughtless and inconsistent
Indian history, 302 — and antiqui. character of, 322— befriended by
ties, 303 — other investigations of, Addison, 338 — Swift's complaint
305 — merits of his Report, 309 — of, 342 — publishes The Tatler,
Indian tradition cited by, 311. See 344 — tone of his writings, 346
Indians.

establishes the Spectator, 347–
Science, Brougham's Lives of Men and the Guardian, 349 — political
of, reviewed, 59.

squabbles of, 350 — quarrels with
Scipio, Cicero's Dream of, 100.

Addison, 369.
Sheffield, Lord, the friend of Gibbon, Stirling, William Alexander, Earl
85.

of, W. A. Duer's Life of, review.
Shelburne, Lord, Stirling's letter to, ed, 435 — parentage and military
442.

education of, 436 claims the
Shells from the Strand of the Sea of earldom of Stirling, 437 -

Genius, by H. Farley, reviewed, for his landed inheritance, 438 –
402. See Farley.

his title to the peerage confirmed
Shirley, Governor, military command by a jury, 439 — returns to Amer-
of, 436.

ica, ib. — his letters to Lord Bute,
Sicilian Vespers, Michele Amari's 440 — a patron of learning and ed.

History of the, reviewed, 500. ucation, 441 - his employments
events which led to the, 503 - in New Jersey, 442 – writes to

sues

Lord Shelburne, ib. — adopts the Tencin, Madame de, the mother of
cause of the Colonies, 444 — joins D'Alembert, 91.
the Revolutionary arıy, 445 - Tenements for the Poor, plan of, no-
his measures for defending, New ticed, 266.
Jersey, 446

captures a British Theobald, Archbishop, favors Thomas
transport, 447 fortifies New à Becket, 128.
York, 448

in the battle on Thierry, account of Thomas à Beck-
Long Island, 449 - captured, 450 et by, criticized, 124, note.

exchanged, 451 — in the battle Tickell becomes known to Addison,
of Brandywine, 452 - of German. 335 translation of the Iliad by,
town, ib.

- on attacking Philadel. 359.
phia, 453 — exposes Conway's ca- Todd's edition of Johnson's Dic-
bal, 454 in the battle of Mon- tionary, 188.
mouth, 455 attacks Staten Tonson, Jacob, Addison's dealings
Island, 456 commands at the with, 324, 331, 364.
North, 457 – death and character Travellers on foot, 485 — different
of, 458.

classes of, 487 discomforts suf.
Story, William W., Poems by, re- fered by, 488 - personal improve-

viewed, 402 — merits and faults ment to be gained by, 489.
of, 426 — cited, 427 — least suc- Tripoli, naval war with, 225.

cessful when most ambitious, 428. Tullibardine, Marquis of, accompa-
Strauss, blunders in the theory of, nies Charles Edward to Scotland,
282.

8 - appointed his standard-bearer,
Stuarts, tomb of the last of the, 1 11.

final effort of the, 5.
Sumner, Charles, Phi Beta Kappa
Address by, noticed, 254

his

U.
eulogies criticized, 255.
Swift, Dean, compared to Dr. John. University education in England,

an idle story about, re- 386.
futed, 339 — his relations with Urania, by O. W. Holmes, re-
Addison, 340 — loved and trusted viewed, 208 — favorably received,
him, 341 – alienated from him, 212 — beauties and faults of, 213
342 — retires to Ireland, 343.

cited, ib., 215 — felicity of dic.
Switzerland, Taylor's travels in, 497. tion in, 215.

U, sounds of the vowel, 199.

Utilitarianism of modern times, 277.
T.

son, 65

ener-

Tadjkita, Hindoo myth respecting,

V.
103.
Tailer, Steele and Addison write the, Views afoot in Europe, by J. Bayard
344.

Taylor, reviewed, 483. See Tay-
Taylor, J. Bayard, Views afoot in lor.

Europe by, reviewed, 483 - Virgil, visit to the other world in
gy and independence of, 484 the Æneid of, 101 — legends of
makes no complaints, 485 – man. the Middle Ages about, 102.
ly style of, 490 — poems of, 491- Vollark, vision of, 108.
sees Ireland and Scotland, 492 Vowels, sounds of the, 197 — indis.
on the Continent, 493 — at Hei- tinctness of some, 200.
delberg, 494 — on German cus-

travels through Ger-
and Switzerland,

W.
497 and Italy, 498
mended, 499.

Walkenshaw, Baron, serves the Stu-
Technical words introduced into dic- arts, 34 — his daughter, 35.
tionaries, 192.

Walker's Key to vowel sounds, 197.

toins, 495
many, 496

com-

Walpole, Sir Robert, on taxing Amer. Wharton, Marquis of, character of,
ica, 444.

336.
Walsh, the Jacobite, carries Charles Whig Examiner, by Addison, 342.
Edward to Scotland, 7.

Wolcott, Oliver, the papers of, edited
Warburton, Eliot, Hochelaga edited by George Gibbs, reviewed, 161

by, reviewed, 237 — travels in the his parentage and character, ib.
East by, 238 on peace or war be.

early life of, 162 — made Secretary
tween England and America, 239 of the Treasury, 163 — letter of the
- on Niagara, 240 — on American father of, quoted, 165 — Hamilton's
manners, 242

severe but dis- letter to, 174.
criminating, 243 on Burgoyne's Wolcott, Roger, services of, 161.
expedition, 244 - on the aspect of Wolfe, General, fights under Hawley
New York, 245 – and of Phila- at Falkirk, 32 humanity of, 42.
delphia, 246 —

- at Washington, 248 Worcester, Joseph E., Universal Dic-
at Boston, 249 — at the Pilgrim tionary by, reviewed, 179 — pre-
Festival, 250 — on life in America, vious lexicographical labors of,
251 – on American oratory, 252 187 — improvements on Todd's
his work commended, 254.

Johnson made by, 188 - on ortho-
Washington, Gibbs's Memoirs of the ëpy, 189 — Comprehensive Dic-
Administration' of, reviewed, 161 tionary by, 190 cited, 191 –
- high character of the party of, multitude of words added by, 192
164 – source of the opposition to, - follows usage as his law, 195 –
165 Conway's cabal against, on pronunciation, 1996 – key to
453.

vowel sounds by, 197

on the
Washington ļcity, Warburton's ac. sounds of e, 198 on the other
count of, 248.

vowel sounds, 199 on the indis.
Wealth of Nations, Smith's Inquiry tinct vowels, 200 - on orthogra.
into the, 69.

- on etymology and defi-
Webster, Dr., does not discourage nitions, 207 – high merit of his

neologisms, 180 — his dictionary work, 208.
abridged by Worcester, 190 — the. Vordsworth, worship of nature by,
oretical innovations of, 195 — fa. 420.
vors changes in orthography, 204

his toils in etymology, 206.
Wellington, poetical portrait of, 478.

Y.
Wettin, a monk, vision of futurity by,
109.

Y, sounds of the powel, 199.

phy, 204

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