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INDEX TO VOLUME V.*

THE LINES IN SMALL CAPITALS DENOTE ARTICLES.

49

A

tracted, 534; Mr. Dawes's Geraldine

condemned, 535; Extracts from, 537.
ANTHONY's Nose-Address to

209 8; Athenia of Damascus praised, 539;
ATTACK UPON Col. DUANE in Davis's

« Art thou happy lovely lady” extract-
“Memoirs of Burr"-A short notice

ed, 540; Poetical Resources of America
of

333 boundless, 541.
ARAB's Horse, The
488 A l'Abri

611
AMERICA, AND THE EARLY English
Poets

*489

B
Spencer's Fairy Queen, *489; Dedication

of the first edition of this poem to Queen BRYANT, WM. Cullen, Lines by
Elizabeth, ib.; Extract from it, ib.; The Future Life
Michal Drayton, *490; The Virginia The Fountain

405
Voyage, selected from, *491 ; Epistle Ode by, written for the 50th Anni-
to George Sandy's do., *492; Daniel, versary of the Inauguration of
*494 ; Extract from bis Musophilus, Washington, April 30th, 1939. 498
*494 ; George Herbert, *495; Extract Ballot Box, THE-by M. W. Beck 201
from, ib.; Andrew Marvel, *495; An- Bank Charters, Mr. Ingersoll's Speech
ecdote of, *496; His poem of the Emi- on legistative control over -

99
grant, *496; Bishop Berkeley, *497; BUTLER, B. F., Memoir of, (with portrait) 33
His verses on the prospect of planting Born at Kinder hook-Irish ancestry, 34 ;
the arts in America, *497.

Education, 35; Studies law in Mr. Van
APPENDIX-

97 Buren's office, 36; Activity as a politi-
Article on the Supreme Court in Vol. I. of cian-First appearance in the Supreme

the Democratic Review-Mr. Ingersoll's Court, 38; Appointed District Attorney
Speech on Charters of Incorporation, a of New York 1821, 38; Complimentary
continuation of it, 97; Explanations re- letter from the court, accepting his re-
specting the doctrines advanced in those signation in 1825, 39; Appointed one of

the committee to revise the Statutes, ib.;
"A Thing of Beauty is a joy forever” 60 Member of Assembly, 40 ; Regent of the
“Advice to my country" by Mr. Madison 258 University 1829, ib. ; Attorney General
America Vespucci

239 U. S. 1833—Letter from the citizens of
A REVERIE, by S. W. Cone -

486 Albany on this occasion, (Note ) ib. ;
AMERICAN POETRY, RECENT, (Review of

His character as a lawyer in this sta-
Bianca Visconti, Velasco-The Ruins

tion, 41; Secretary of War, ad interim,
of Athens and Geraldine, &c.)

523 1836, 42; His character, 43-48.
Poetical reputation of difficult acquirement Benjamin, Park, Esq., Lines by, “To
now, 523; Kettell's specimens, ib. ; Bry- Blanche"

222
ant the best American Poet, 525; Mr.

с
Halleck, 526; Charles Sprague, 527;
George D. Prentice, ib.; Remarks on CANADA QUESTION, THE-Second Ar-
Bianca Visconti, 529; Extracts from Mr. ticle

8
Sergeant's Velasco, 531; Mr. George Disadvantages of the Administration from
Hill's Poems, 533; His lines “To a its firmly neutral policy on this question,
flower on the Athenian Acropolis" ex- 8; The Administration party vindicated, 9;

papers, 98.

• In some copies 8 pages beginning with 489 are incorrectly numbered as 469, etc., and in this index are marked with
ap asterisk..

creon

Difference between the cases of Cana- Factious origin of the Committee, 472;
da and Texas, ib.; Rendered obvious by Secret ballot, ib.; Proceedings of the
reasons drawn from her situation, 10-11; Committee, 473; Mr. Hoyt, 474; Clasing
Impossibility of a war with England, 11; scenes in New York, 475; Examination
Principles of American Foreign Policy, at Washington, 476 ; Injustice of the In-
12-13; Difficulties under which Mr. Van vestigation, 477 ; Aim of the Opposition,
Buren had to carry them out, 14; Popu- 481; Failure to develop the true charac-
lar demands of the Canadians irresisti- ter of the Defalcations, 482; Results 10
ble, 15-16; Justice of Canadian discon- be attained by a proper investigation,
tents, 17 ; Question now, not reform, but 483; Desalcation of Price, 484; Unjust
Independence, 18; Anecdotes of the charges by the Committee against public
Canadian Administration, (Note) 18-19; officers, 485.
Canadian Independence inevitable, 19; DUANE, COL. Vindication of

333
The Canadian leaders vindicated from Don CARLOS. Scene from

580
the calamities of Insurrection, (Note) 20;
First outbreak unpremeditated, 21;

E
Lord Durham's policy condemned, 24;
His failure, 25; His duplicity towards EUROPE LONG AGO

61
the Bermuda Exiles, ib.; Fate of pri- English scenery and character, 61; Social
soners, 27; Considerations in favor of

privileges of rank, 65; London, 67; Ken-
America co-operating with Canada, sington Gardens and Hyde Park, 68;
Stated-and examined, 29.

Cobbeti, 69; Erskine, ib.; Fox,70; France,
CENSUS, THE APPROACHING

77

71; Murat-Bonaparte, described, 72-
Its inportance, 77; Mr. Legare's resolu- 73; Waterloo, 74; Arrests in Paris, 75.

tion, 78; Professor Leiber's memorial, EARLY AMERICAN TRAVELS. Father
79; Considerations in taking it, 80; Cal- Hennepin

190
culations as to the probable result there-

Concluded

381
of, 82; Future increase of population, EPIGRAM. From the Greek of Ana-
83; Considerations on this account for a

260
steady adherence to the Democratic Eoneguski

340
policy, 84.
Executions in Canada, The

343
CHANNING ON "SELF Culture."

85
Address introductory to the Franklin Lec-

F
tures, delivered at Boston, September
1, 1838, 85; Position of Dr. Channing, Flowers of Congressional Rhetoric 94
ib.; Extracts from the Oration, 86-91. Free Banking

237
CREDIT SYSTEM, THE, Second article. 147 FAIRIES' Dirge, The

309
Mr. Carey's Reply noticed, 148; Defini- FRANCONIA MOUNTAIN NOTCH, THE
tions of terms, 151; Executive inter- New Hampshire

377
ference, 153; Paper money agrarian-
ism, 157 ; Change of policy, 159; Free

G
Banking, 160; Consequences, 163-168;
Degradation of the English laboring GLANCES AT CONGRESS. No. 2. 261
class, 169; Public debts, 171; New Eng- The Hall of the House, 261; Original de-
land banks, 172-176.

sign, 262; The Speaker, 263; Mr. H.

A. Garland, Clerk, ib.; General Drom-
D

goole, Memoir and sketch of, 264; Ma-

jor Garland, do., 267; Mr. Taliaferro,
Diver, The, From the German of Schil-

270; Mr. Cushman, 271.
ler, by the author of "Pocahontas." 29 GENERAL BANKING LAW OF
Da Ponte, Mrs., Lines by

STATE OF NEW YORK,

427
"THE HEART's Trust."

467 The measure a concession of the Whig
DEFALCATIONS, (Review of the Report

Party to the progress of Democratic sen-
of the Coinmittee on the Swart wout

timents, 427; Abstract of the Law, 429;
Defalcation)

468 Examination of the Law, 431; Comp-
Neglect of their duty by the Committee of troller's report, 433; Prospective capi.

Investigation, 468; Partial character of tal, 434; Number and capital of banks
the Investigation, 469; Whig speeches, subscribed under the Law, (Note) 434;
470; Proceedings of the Whigs, 471 ; Operation of the Law, 435; Notes issued
342
conclusion.

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under the Act, 437; Benefits of the mea-

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sure, 439; Evils, 441; General consider-
ations, 442; The remedy suggested, 445. L. E. L. -

337
Lines.—“A thing of Beauty is a joy
H
forever.

589
Law's System OF FINANCE

324
Hawthorne Nathaniel, Tales of the Prov- History of the System, 324; Commercial
ince House, No IV. Old Esther Dud-

Company formed in 1717 by Law, 326 ;
ley, by

51 Royal Bank, 327; Company of the
Hennepin, Father, His new discovery

Indies, 328; Extraordinary attempts to
of a vast country in America describ-

keep up a paper circulation, 329; Im-
ed,

191-381 mense issue of paper, 330; Depreciation
Statement of the controversy respecting, and overthrow, 331.

394; The testimony against him exam- LORD DURHAM's REPORT, Review of, 542
ined, and the originality of his claim Its ability-Mr. Turton-Its admissions
defended, 395-405.

prove the correctness of the view taken

by the Democratic Review of the Cana-
1

dian affairs, 543 ; Analysis of the Report,

Lower Canada, 544 ; The French party,
INGERSOLL, CHARLES J., Speech of, in

and the English, ib.; Distinctions and
the Convention of Pennsylvania, on

civil struggles between the parties, 545;
legislative and judicial control over

Character of the English population,
Bank Charters.

99 546; Mr. Papineau eulogized, (Note)
The doctrine that fraud in produring a 547; Want of education among the

bank charter violates it, denied, 99; French habitans, ib.; Refusal of the Bri-
State grants of private property cannot tish government to educate the people,
be resumed, ib.; Charters of Incorpora- 549; Origin of the national hostility be-
tion ot to be confounded with bank tween the races, ib.; The French party
charters, 100; Charler rights not more vindicated from Lord Durham's charges
sacred than personal, 101; though made of treasonable insurrection, (Note) 551;
so by Judicial decisions, ib.; this is a Reduction of emigration, 552; Remarks
mischievous error, ib.; The power of a on the positions of the Report-Discon-
state legislature to incorporate question- tents in Nova Scotia and Prince Ed-
ed, ib.; and examined, 102-107; Bank ward's Island, (Note) 556; The course
charters not contracts, 107; 'Three clas- of the Assembly vindicated, 557; Disor-
ses of contracts-private, municipal, and ganization of the Province, 558; Upper
political, 108; Evils incident to the sys- Canada, 562; Sir Francis Head's policy,
tem, 110; Legislation to be made the Mackenzie's insurrection, 566; Appeal
cure, as it was the cause, ib; power of to the American press, 567; The clergy
a legislature over vested rights asserted, Reserves, ib.; Administration of justice,
112; difference between corporate fran- 570; New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and
chise and private vested rights, ib; dif- Prince Edward's Island, ib.; Public
ference between the charters of freedom lands and emigration, 571 ; Vast differ-
of the middle ages and modern bank ence between the American and British
charters, 115; arguments answered, 116; side of the line, 572; The remedy as
a bank bonus no compensation to a State proposed by Lord Durham, 573; Ex-
for the portion of its sovereignty aliena- amined, 576-579.
ted in a charter, 117; the question
whether a law is a contract examined

M
120; judicial constructions of law inves-
tigated, 124, 140 ; the power of a legis- Match of Chess between Washington
lature over banking interests, exempli- and New York
fied, 142; important considerations in Maine Boundary Question

MADISON, AND THE MADison PAPERS,
Reviewed.

243
Importance of the Constitution, 243; scanty

materials existing for a history of it; im-
Know'st THOU THE HARP

335 portance to the country of a full report
359
by their course in similar cases, 605,-6; OLD IRONSIDES ON A LEE SHORE, by an
observations on the measure, 607.

96
237

of the Debates, '244; Mrs. Madison's FLOWERS OF CONGRESSIONAL RHET-
letter to Congress, and their purchase ORIC
of the Manuscripts, 245; description of Sample of bombast from Mr. Menefee's
the work, and extracts from it, 246-249; speech, 94; and same from one by Mr.
Anecdote of Franklin at the signing of Prentiss, 95.
the Constitution, 250; Memoir of Mr. MATCH OF Chess BETWEEN New
Madison, 250-259.

YORK AND WASHINGTON, and state
MONT CExis. From the recollections of a of Moves

96
traveller.

FREE BANKING
The road described, 363; the Simplon, State of things under which the free
Chamberry, the residence of Rousseau

banking law of New York was en.
and Madam Warens, 364; Mon Melian, acted, 238; Recent legislation on this
365; Scenery of the High Alps, ib.; subject erroneous, ib.; Unrestricted
St. Michaels, 366; Lines from Words- freedom the remedy, 239.
worth, 367; Village procession, 369. AMERICA VESPUCCI

239
MUSINGS
418 L. E. L.

337
Martine Harrieh, Quotation from 76 Particulars from the London papers rela-
Montgomery's Guatemala

605

tive to the death of Mrs. Maclean-

letter from, 338 ; "The Polar Siar,"
N.

by, ib.; Letter from her to Mrs. Hall,

339;
New YORK ELECTION, THE, Second EONEGUSKI, a novel-Notice of

340
Article.

Extract from, describing a salmon hung,
Nothing in it discouraging to the Demo- 341; Plot of, ib.
cracy, 3; Decisive victories of the De- MAINE BOUNDARY QUESTION

342
mocratic party in other parts of the The Executions in Canada, 343.
Union, 4; Causes of the result,--the NOTICE

520
means employed by the Whig party, PHOTOGENIC DRAWING

517
4-5; Enervating effects of long ascen- Mr. Daguerre's new invention-Profes-
dency in the Democratic party itself, 5; sor Morses's description of it, 518; Mr.
Erroneous policy pursued during the Fox Talbot's process, ib.; His account
crisis of 1837, 6; Success of the Demo- of it, 519;
cratic party certain in the Presidential Hennepix's TRAVELS—Voyages au
election of 1840, 7.

Nord confirm view taken of his vera-
NEW JERSEY CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION, city in the April Number

520
The,
590 MONTGOMERY's GUATEMALA

609
Remarks, 590; identity of the case with The Atzalan described, 609; Carrera,

the Pennsylvania Conspiracy, ib; state- ib.; General Morazan, 610.
ment of the circumstances, 591; condi- A L'ABRI—by Willis-Notice of 611
tion of the Federal party, 595; the Har- PHOTOGENIC DRAWING, Further par-
risburg Circular, 596; copy of the Cuin- ticulars respecting

611
berland return, 597; (Note) remarks on WESTERN LITERATURE

612
it 598; the Middlesex return 599; copy THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY 612
of it, ib ; (Note) conduct of the Governor Night, THE -
and council, 600; considerations, 601; New York Historical Society, The

612
table of the actual vote, ib; (Note) rea-
sons in justification of the Governor's

0.
course 602; examined and refuted, by
the facts and precedents, 603-5; gross OLD OAK TREE THAT GRACED
inconsistency of the federal policy proved LAWN, THE

S

THE

421
NOTES OF THE MONTH 92-237-337- ORIGINAL OF THE NATIONAL MELODY,
517-609.

YANKEE DOODLE, by Porson Junior. 213
Sr. JUAN DE ULLOA

92 ODE FOR THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
Remarks on its capture by the French, OF WASHINGTON'S INAUGURATION,
93; The French blockade condemn- by W. C. Bryant.

498
ed, ib.

-

eye witness

P.

Father Hennepin's Travels 190-381

Madison's MS., Debates of the Con-
POLITICAL PORTRAITS WITH PEN AND

vention

243
PENCIL, No. XI. Memoir of Benjamin

Report of the Committee of Finance
Franklin Butler

33 Senate Document No. 113, Third
Portrait of -

ib. Session, Twenty-Fifth Congress 324
No. XII. Memoir of Silas Wright, jr. 409 Sedgwick's Public and Private
PEACE AND WAR.

288
Economy

448
History and objects of the American Report of the Investigating Com-
Peace Society, 288-289; Examination mittee

468
of the principles of the peace societies, Bianca Visconti, Velasco, The Ruins
293 ; Scriptural arguments 294; moral of Athens and Dawe's Poems 539
considerations, 295; establishment of a Lord Durham's Report

542
High Court of Nations a sublime idea,
305; examined, 306; importance and

S
interest of the peace movement, 308.
PUBLIC CURRENCY
311 SONNET, The Vestal Lamp,

50
(Review of the Report of the Committee of

To a Child,

202
Finance. Senate Document No. 113.

To a Lady,

332
Third Session, twenty-fifth Congress.)

Andrew Jackson,

466
Assertions of London Quarterly for Janu- SPECIE CLAUSE, The,

223
ary, 311; the late suspension, 313; im- Exaggerated misrepresentation of the Dem-
position, 314; humorous illustration of the ocratic policy, 223; Power of the paper
absurdities of the “credit system,ib.; money system, 224; True theory of mo-
Secretary of the Treasury's Circular to ney, 225; Errors respecting the insuffi-
Consuls, 315; Mr. Trist's letter in reply ciency of specie refuted, 227; Expe-
eulogized, ib.; Buenos Ayres and Ha- diency of paper money repudiated, 228;
vana, 317; forcible extract from Mr. Credit not dependent on bank

paper, 229;
Trist's letter on the importance of a spe- Evils of an unstable measure of value,
cie currency, 318; private letter respect- ib.; Wretched state of our bank note
ing the wretched state of finances in currency, 231; Considerations in favor
Brazil, 321 ; bankrupt law, 322; politi- of enacting the specie clause--the re-
cal danger of associations, 323.

sponsibility of Congress to provide a re-
POVERTY, THE CAUSES OF

448 medy, 233; Insufficiency of a National
(Review of Public and Private Economy, Bank, 234; A Specie Revenue adequate,
by Theodore Sedgwick.)

ib. ; Compromise suggested, 236.
Contrast between his writings and Mr. SONG, “Though 'neath the winter's
Carey's, Dr. Dyott, 449 ; John Law and dreary chill,”

260
M. Storch, 450; importance of a sound Song To ALICE,

571
currency, 451; Philadelphia paper mo- STANZAS,

331
ney school, 452 ; popular excesses, St. Juan de Ulloa

92
Bank of Maryland, 453; paper money SUN OF THE CONSTITUTION, The, 361
insecure, 455; commercial men, 456; SOLDIER'S STORY, A,

370
Hume's Essays, Pauperism, 457; Poor

Notice respecting, 611.
Law in England, 458; origin of English Storch's "Exposition," Extract from, re-
pauperism, 459; Debt of England, 461; specting Law's System of Finance 324
State debts, 462; Mr. Webster's predic- SCENE FROM 'Don Carlos,'

580
tion, 465; Taxation the inevitable conse-
quence of a paper system, 466.

T
Photogenic Drawing

517-610
TADMOR OF THE WILDERNESS,

187
R

THE TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, 34

Review 347; Maine Question, 318; Di-
REVOLUTIONARY REMISCENCES OF AN

vorce of Bank and State, ib.; Firm
OLD SOLDIER.

203 stand of the Administration during the
REVOLUTION, THE SECOND WAR OF 499

suspension, ib.; Expectation of the Op-
By a Virginian.

position, 349; The President's Message
REVIEW of-

and its effects, ib.; Reaction, 351; Re-
Channing on Self Culture

85 volutions in favor of Democracy, 352;

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