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ty, 54.

Gov. Morton's interference in Smith, Mrs. E. O., poetry of, 34.
the affairs of, 411 — nature of the Smyth, Thomas, on Presbyterianism
question in, 413 — the case of, ex- and Prelacy, noticed, 512.
amined, 414 — theory and practice Solis, history of the conquest of
of the Suffrage party in, 417 — Mexico by, 163.
authority for changing the govern. South Carolina, constitution of, how
ment in, 418 - legal character of amended, 417.
the government of, 423 — proceed- Southey's opinion of Dr. Robertson,
ings in, not sanctioned by the doc- 162
trines of the Revolution, 428 Sparks, Works of Washington by,
delegates of, to the old Congress, cited, 427 — life of Morris by,
429 parellels to the rebellion in, cited, 429.
430 aggravated character of the Sprague, Charles, merits of the do-
revolt in, 433. See People.

mestic poems of, 8 — tone of his
Rhæcus, by Lowell, 289, 294.

poetry, 9 — quoted, 10, 12 – his
Richter, Jean Paul, character and poem of “ Curiosity” stolen, 11

writings of, 100 — his love of com- - odes by, 12
position, 101 particular mention State Stocks and Revenues, review-
of his works, 103.

ed, 109. See Debts of the States.
Robertson, Dr., history of the con-. Steeples in architecture, 463.
quest of Mexico by, 161.

Stephens, Mr., on the origin of Mex-
Roenne, Baron, his letter on the ican civilization, 180.

treaty with the Hanse Towns, Storms, Theory of, 335 Frank.
criticised, 71, 75.

lin discovers a law of, ib. ro-
Rousseau's testimony for Christiani- tary movement of, 336 — general

laws of, 337 particular hurri.
Rural Architecture, by Edward canes, 339, 342, 345 - connexion

Shaw, reviewed, 436. See Archi- of, with electricity and magnetism,
tecture.

343 — Espy's theory of, 344, 358

storm of 1780, 345 — of Au.
S.

gust, 1837, 351

newspaper ac-

counts of, 353 — motion of torna-
Sam Slick, in England, reviewed, dos, 364. See Espy, Reid, and

211 not a good representative of Redfield.
the Yankee character, ib. - de- Street, A. B., as a descriptive poet, 5.
scription of an English rainy day Strife and Peace, by Miss Bremer,
by, 216 — of English women, 217 American and English translations

- a story by, 218. See Attaché. of, reviewed, 482 — Mrs. Howitt's
Sargent, E., compared with Falcon- version of, compared with the

American, 499 – faults of the
Saw-mills, history of, 320 — in New former, 500 — translation of the

England, 321 – curious old grants mottoes to, 507. See Howitt.
for, 322 - owners of, ib. - Suffrage, history of the right of, in
ber of, in 1840, 324.

Rhode Island, 381 — qualifications
Scamozzi, as quoted by Chambers, for, 382 — under the landholder's
445.

constitution, 390 — under the peo-
Schiller, a dramatist by nature, 106 ple's constitution, 392– limitation

- compared with Goethe, ib. of, in the several States, 419. See
Scituate, grant for a saw-mill in, 322. Peoplc.
Scott, pictorial imagination of, 277. Sweden, interesting associations con-
Shakspeare's boundless range of nected with, 480 — people of, com.
characters, 274.

pared with the Yankees, 481
Shaw, Edward, Rural Architecture

great names belonging to, 482
by, reviewed, 436 – qualifications character of the peasantry in, 483
of, 475 -- absurd designs of, 476. crime and intemperance in,
Sigourney, Mrs., poetry of, 34.

484 want of a middle class in,
Smith, John, speaks of woods in 485 language and poetry of,
New England, 300.

486.

er, 5.

-num-

tor, 323.

Swift, Judge, digest of laws by, should treat with the Tariff
quoted, 424.

League, 67, 69 — advantages pre-

sented by, to all commmercial na-
T.

tions, 70%the commercial prosper.

ity of, up to 1836, 110 — war be-
Tar, manufacture of, in New Eng. tween the government of, and the
land, 319.

U. S. Bank, 112 — wild spirit of
Tariff League of Germany, 55 — speculation in, 113 — increase of

formation of, 57 — history and na- population and commerce in, 116
ture of, 58, note approved by - wonders accomplished in, 117
the industrious classes in Ger- commercial revulsion in, 119-
many, 59 — increase of, 60 - in- great distress in, 121 — right of
fluence of, 63 gains strength making internal improvements in,
and reputation in 1840, 64 — prob- 129 - courts in, for redressing the
able permanency of, 66 — should injuries done to foreigners, 152 —
form treaties with the United responsible for wrong done by the
States, 69 — changes effected by, several States, 153. See Debts.
72— strongly favored by Southern Duer's Lectures on the Constitu-
Germany, 73 – Austria not ad- tion of the, noticed, 236.
mitted into it, 76 — probable ex-

tension of, 78. See Germany.
Taylor, S. H., Krebs's Guide for

V.
Writing Latin, translated by, no-
ticed, 250.

Vaughan, William, a land specula-
Tegnér, the Swedish poet, 483.
Thompson's War, 319, note.
Tides, high, cause of, 342.

W.
Timber Trade of Maine, the, 299

royal restrictions on, 307 - quar. Wagenseil's "Tela Ignea Satanæ,”
rels about, 308 – how trespassers

48.
were prosecuted, 309— laws about, Walpole, Horace, on Burlington
could not be enforced. ib. - early House, 454.
progress of, 314 — action of par- Washington, on the desire for inde.
liament on, 315 - extent of, ib. pendence, 427 - on government,
conduct of the lumberers at the 432.
opening of the Revolution, 318 — Wayland, Dr. Francis, Discourse on
statistics of, 323 — shipping ports the affairs of Rhode Island by, re-
for, 326 — future prospects of, 327 viewed, 371.
- foreign competition with, 331— Waymouth speaks of the trees of
sketch of the lumberer's character New England, 300.
and life, 332. See Forest and Webster, Mr., speech of, at Balti-

Maine.
Troubadours, poetry of the, 84. Wentworths, the, surveyer-generals
Trueba y Cosio, Don T. de, history in Maine, 307.

of the Conquest of Mexico bý, West Indies, hurricanes in the, 339.
163.

Whipple, John, Address on
Tuckerman, H. T., as a poet, 5. Rhode Island Question by, re-
Tyler, President, letter of, to Gov. viewed, 372 — merits of, 410.
King, cited, 398, 400.

Whittier, John G., passionate charac.
ter of his poetry, 30

quoted, 31

- high qualities of, 32.
U.

Wieland, C. M., character and po.

etry of, 90 — reprodues the spirit
United States, treaty of the, with the of the Middle Ages, 91 — irregu-

Hanse Towns, 55 — with Hano- lar opinions and career of, 92.
ver, 61 — little advantage gained Willie Rogers, or Temper Improved,
by the, from these treaties, 65 – noticed, 513.

more, 55.

the

Y.

Winckelmann, character and works

of, 96 — his History of Art, 97. Wren, Sir C., constructive skill of,

441 – rules by, 459.

Yale College, library of, 230.
Yankees, the, not well represented

by Sam Slick, 211 – difficulty of portraying, 212- compared with the Norsemen, 481.

X.

Z.

Xen hon's Anabasis, edited by Al

pheus Crosby, noticed, 516.

Zóphiël, by Mrs. Brooks, 33.

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