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248, I. Taine's History of English Literature, cxxi. 289.
281, II. Talmud, The, cxxxviii. 28.
242. IX. Tara: a Mahratta Tale, cxviii. 542.
229. V. Telegraphy, Ocean, cxiii. 113.
263. VI. Telegraphs, Government, cxxix. 154.
Postal, cxxxii. 209.
263. V. Tell and Rütli, The Legend of, cxxix. 127.
279. IV. Thackeray, The Works of, cxxxvii. 95.
- Miss, her Old Kensington, cxxxviii. 166.
243. I. Thermo-Dynamics, cxix. 1.
227. X. Thiers' History of the Consulate and the Empire (Vol.
XVII.), cxii. 237.
History of the Hundred Days, cxiv. 486.
266. IV. Thornton on Labour, cxxx. 390.
240. III. Tithe Impropriation, cxvii. 360.
230. V. Tocqueville, Alexis de, Remains of, cxiii. 427.
Posthumous Writings of, cxxii. 456.
256. X. Todd on Parliamentary Government, cxxv. 578.
284, I. Toorkistan, Eastern, cxxxix. 289.
258. IV. Trades' Unions, cxxvi. 415.
282. VII. Travellers and Handbooks, cxxxviii. 483.
271. X. Treaties, The, of 1856 and 1867, cxxxiii. 267.
263. IV. Trench's Realities of Irish Life, cxxix. 102.
lerne: Irish Federalism, cxxxiii. 501.
235. VIII. Trench, Mrs. Richard, Remains of, cxvi. 238.
281, I. Trevelyan Papers, The, cxxxviii. 1.
235. V. Troyon's Lacustrine Abodes of Man, cxvi. 153.
248. VIII. Tuscan Sculpture, cxxi. 520.
259. VIII. Two per Cent., cxxvii. 242.
275. III. Tyerman's Life of John Wesley, cxxxv. 56.
275. IV. Tylor's Primitive Culture, cxxxv. 88.
259. IV. Tyndall's Lectures on Sound, cxxvii. 103.
264. V. Ulster, the Settlement of, cxxix. 419.
276. IX. United States, The Claims of the, cxxxv. 549.
Ninth Census of, cxxxix. 130.
II. Varieties of History and Art, cxxiv. 341.
273, V. Vatican Council, The, cxxxiv. 131.
227. VI. Vaughan's, Dr., Revolutions in English History, cxii 136.
267. VII. Veitch's Memoir of Sir William Hamilton, cxxxi. 193.
281. VI. Venus, The Approaching Transit of, cxxxviii. 144.
229. III. Victoria Bridge, The, cxiii. 74.
266. X. Victorial, The, of Don Pedro Niño, cxxx. 556.
251. V. War, the Art of, Recent Changes in, cxxiii. 95.
the Recent, Studies of, cxxxiji, 545
252. III. Water Supply, cxxiii. 384.
231. V. Watson's Life of Porson, cxiv. 130.
249. I. Watson's Life of Bishop Warburton, cxxii. 1.
253. II. Weather Forecasts and Storm Warnings, cxxiv. 51.
235. VI. Weber's Gleanings from German Archives, cxvi. 178.
Life of Marshal Saxe, cxx. 500.
250. IV. Weber, Karl Maria von, cxxii. 396.
257. VIII. Wedgwood, Josiah, cxxvi. 205.
226. V. Wellington, Duke of, Civil Correspondence and Memoranda
of, cxi. 394.
Supplementary Despatches of, cxvi. 47
, Correspondence of (1819-1825),cxxviii
246. III. Whately, Archbishop, cxx. 372.
284. IX. Whig Party, The Past and Future of, cxxxix. 544.
256. VIII. William IV., Correspondence of, with Earl Grey, cxxv. 516.
252. VIII. Windham, Right Hon. W., Diary of, cxxiii. 557.
257. VII. Wine and the Wine-Trade, cxxvi. 179.
282. II. Work and Wages, cxxxviii. 334.
240. II. Worsley's Translation of the Odyssey, cxvii. 353.
233. VI. Wreck's, Life-boats, and Lighthouses, cxv. 153.
250. IX. Wyse, Sir Thomas, his Peloponnesus, cxxii. 533.
I. Yule's Edition of Marco Polo, cxxxv. 1.
FROX VOLCXI. TO VOL. CXL. INCLUSIVE.
BARIS, alleged to have been a of Balkh, 25; joined by Mahomed
Druid of the Hebrides, cxviii. 48 Rufeek, ib. ; defeats Shere Ali at
Abbas Pacha, his love of horse- Ghuznee, 29
breeding, cxxxviii. 446; anecdote Abercromby (Sir Ralph, 1734–1801),
of his extravagance, ib.
his conduct of the Dutch cam-
Abbeville, discovery of flint weapons
paign, cxvi. 144
near, cxviii. 261; the gravel-beds Aberystwith, the Devil's Bridge at,
ascribed to the Post-Pliocene age,
266; a human jaw-bone found, Abgar (Prince of Edessa), alleged
272; views of M. De Beaumont, letter of Christ to, cxxiv. 347 ; his
existence denied by Laurentius
Abbot (Charles, Lord Colchester, Valla, ib.
1757-1829), his Diary and Cor- Ability, definition of, as applied to
respondence,' cxiii. 360; his taste the intellect, cxxxii. 115–116;
for practical reforms, 362; Chief theory of its heredity, ib.
Secretary for Ireland, 363; bis Abou Sophyan, his negotiations with
conduct as Speaker, ib. ; his hos- Mahomet at Mecca, cxxiv. 44
tility to the Catholic claims, 364 Abyssinia, early Portuguese expedi-
Abdallah (Ameer of the Wahabees), tions to, cxxviii. 227
his defeat by Ibrahim Pasha,
varieties of trees in, cxxx.
succeeds Feysul, cxxv. 13; Abyssinian Expedition, the, evidence
his overtures to the British, 16 of Mr. Dundas on the contracts
Abdallah-Ebn-Obay, his protection for, cxxxiii. 136; absence of Par-
of the Kainoka Jews against liamentary control over expendi-
Mahomet, cxxiv. 38
ture, 240 note
Abdool Rehman (Affghan prince), Academies of Art, disparaged by
his contest with Shere Ali, cxxv. IIogarth and Fuseli, cxviii. 484;
21; his cause espoused by the first design of, in England by
King of Bokhara, ib. 22; master Charles I., 486; scheme of Evelyn,
ib.; attempts to form private meagreness of present lectures, ib.;
urgent want of a new building,
Academy (Royal), history of, by Mr. 505; proposed transfer to Trafalgar
Sandby, cxviii. 483; official infor- Square, 506; hopeful prospects,
mation respecting, 484; wholesale
detractors of, ib. ; its importance Academy (Royal), irresponsible ma-
to artists, 485; their memorial in nagement of, cxxiii. 75
1768, ib.; schemes of Charles I.
qualifications of presidents,
and Evelyn, 486; its foundation cxxxi: 413
in 1768, 487; Sir J. Reynolds Accoramboni (Virginia, d. 1585),
first president, ib.; its ill-defined tragic story of, cxxxii. 296
constitution, 488; its services un- Achæan League, the, its origin due
derrated by the public, 489; en- to foreign pressure, cxviii. 148
tirely self-supporting, ib.; state- Acoustics, interesting history of,
ment of finances, ib.; gratuitous cxxvii. 103; connexion between
exhibitions by private painters, physiological and physical, 129,
490; its officers miserably paid, 130. See Sound
491; uncertainty of tenure, ib.; Acrostics, use of, on early Christian
its inertia as a self-elected body, inscriptions, cxx. 237; specimen
492; lamentable state of the of, found at Autun, 238
schools, ib.; want of a permanent • Acts of the Apostles,' M. Renan's
director, ib.; exclusion of eminent rejection of, criticised, cxxxi. 486–
artists, ib.; inadequate rewards 491
to students, 493; invidious duty Acts of Parliament, codification of,
of selection, 494 ; want of space required, cxxvi. 365; necessary
for pictures, ib.; large proportion process, viz. expurgation, sifting,
of rejections, ib. note; invidious digesting, and consolidation, 372-
privileges of members, ib.; punc- 374; need of revision, 375. See
tilio of the ' line,' 495; its consti- Statute Law
tution the root of evil, ib.; aca-
enormous annual number of,
demicians elected too late in life cxxxiii. 59
from scarcity of vacancies, 496; Adam (Sir Frederick), wrongly ac-
exclusion of present artists of dis- cused of neglecting the pine-
tinction, ib. 497 ; class of asso- forests of Cephalonia, cxx. 362
ciates, ib.; the Commission recom-
(Dr. Alexander, 1741-1809),
mend them to be increased to rector of the High School at Edin-
fifty, ib.; proposed General Assem- burgh, cxxxv. 408; his attain-
bly, ib.; encroachments of painters ments, ib.
over other artists, 498; want of
(Robert and James), verses
catholicity of art displayed in on them, cxxvi. 12
paintings, 499; Lancashire buy- Adamson (Patrick, Archbishop of
ers, ib. 500 ; honorary members or St. Andrews, 1536-1592), his
Professors, ib.; power of the reign- character, cxiv. 409
ing sovereign, 501; wise choice of Adderley (Right Hon. Sir C. B., b.
the Commission, ib.; admixture of 1814), his Review of Colonial
non-professional element therein, Policy, cxxxi. 98; his strictures
ib.; want of provision for science on Earl Grey, ib. ; his criticisms
as applied to art, 502 ; original obsolete, 99; his own views, 100
discourses discontinued, 503; Addison (Joseph, 1672-1719), his
love of drink, cxviii. 412; first goods maintained, 137 ; abolition
representation of his · Cato,' 422 of the tipping' system, ib.; 'SeeAddison (Joseph), his knowledge ley's pigs,' ib.; reductions in clerks,
of society, cxxi. 316; M. Taine's 138; substitution of writers,' sneers at, 317; the founder of 139; closing of Woolwich and classical
Deptford yards, ib.; retirement and his portrait of himself in the commutation scheme, 140; reducSpectator,' cxxiv. 379
tions of ships and men,141; alleged his Whig views of society want of stores at Bull Point Maunder Anne, cxxxii. 537; his first gazine, 143; new coast-defence series of essays in the 'Spectator,' ships, 144; importance of reticence 515
in naval discussion, ib. Adelaide (South Australia), contro- Admiralty (Board of), origin of,
versy of the Bishop with Mr. cxxxvi. 567 Binney on church fusion in Aus- Ægium (now Vostitza), the scene of tralia, cxiii. 2; the proposed terms the Achæan League assemblies, of union, 3
cxxii. 549 rapid growth of the colony, Aërolites, called 'pocket planets' by cxri. 17
Humboldt, cxxv. 265; analysis of, Adelphi Terrace, Strand, origin of the ib.; their heat when fallen, ib.; name, cxxxi. 177
distinguished from shower-meAdmiralty (Board of), want of orga
teors, 268 nisation, cxiii. 287; its constitution,
origin of, cxl. 417; generation 201 ; need of responsible subdi- of heat by, 425 vision, 293 ; duties of its members, Æschylus(B.c.525–455), Miss Brown294; office of surveyor, 295
ing's translations from, cxiv. 516 M. Xavier Raymond's criti
the Laurentian MS. of, cisms on, cxviii. 171-80
cxxxvii. 71 diatribes of the Quarterly Æthelstan (895-941), titles of soreReview' on Mr. Childers, cxxxiii. reignty assumed by, cxxx. 206 122 ; stocks of coal abroad, 124; Æthelwolf (d. 858), his supposed use of mixed coal, 126-127; the grant of titles, cxvi. 420 naral element at Whitehall, Afghanistan, condition of, under 130; Order in Council of 1869, Dost Mahomed, cxxv. 17; the 131 ; duties of lords defined, ib.; province of Balkh, ib. ; sympathy subordination of responsible con- with the Sepoy mutineers, 18 (see trollers of business to the minister, Azim Khan); recent affairs in, as advocated in the 'Edinburgh 19–34 (see Shere Ali); untractable Review,' ib. 132; reforms at vic- nature of the country an impeditualling yards and naval hospitals ment to British advance, 44 due to Mr. Childers, 133; the -recent events in,cxxxviii. 245; anchor mistake,"ib. ; paltry gossip importance of, to England, 246; about inefficiency of supply, ib. article in vol. cxxv. p. 17, referred 134; the biscuits at Bermuda' to, ib.; battle of Sheikabad, 247; story, ib.; competition and private letter of Sir J. Lawrence to Azim, contract, 135; statements of Mr. ib.; terrorism of Azim, 249 ; Baxter thereon, ib.; question of Wullee Mahommed, 250 ; arrest of prices, 136; recent revision of the three Cabulees, 251; murder schedules, ib.; high quality of of Mahommed Rufeek, ib.; battle