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SAVARY, DUKE OF ROVIGO.
Died in January, 1833, the duke of Rovigo, governor of Algiers. He was born at a little village, in Champagne, France, April 26, 1774. In Buonaparte's expedition to Egypt, he was a lieutenant colonel. He was not destitute of personal courage, but his manners were course even to brutality. Under the exterior of military bluntness, he concealed an unrivalled duplicity. He adhered to Napoleon with the utmost good faith. Buonaparte gave him a watch worth 4,000 francs. His death was owing to a cancer in the throat.
Died at Florence, April 11, Raffale Morghen, the celebrated engraver. His exquisite productions have been fully described by his scholar Palmerini.
J. J. PARK.
Died at Brighton, England, aged 38, John James Park, professor of law and jurisprudence at King's college, London. The honorary degree of LL. D. was confered on him by the university of Göttengen.
FIRST VOLUME OF THE QUARTERLY OBSERVER.
Board of Missions, proceedings of,
Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, referred
Buttmann's Greek Grammar, 165.
Chaldee Language, manual of, 359.
Child's, Mrs., appeal in behalf of the
Chinese Voyages, 330.
238--present condition, &c. 238–
-its value as furnishing a know-
ledge of particulars, 243—as ex-
guage, 246—practical utility, 248.
Colleges in United States, account
Commentaries on the Bible, men-
Critic, qualifications of, 287–Dr.
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ture necessary, 292—a good tem- Ferrar, Nicholas, remarks on his life,
Fiction, as a vehicle for truth, 25.
-place of its erection at Jerusa- Fine Arts, their tendencies perverted,
with it, 220.
Hebrews, 206—specially by the
rated, 191-its value in biblical
Great Britain and United States, re-
lations between, 271.
Greek language, imperfect acquaint-
Gutzlaff's Chinese Voyages, 330.
Hall's Legends of the West, noticed,
ture, considered, 299—defective Hawes's Lecture on the Bible, 350.
proper qualifications, 194.
Holland, early Bible Societies in, 372.
Hooker, Rev. Horace, on the tem-
poral benefits of the Sabbath, 353.
Hooker's essay on political duty of
Holley's, Mrs., Observations on Ter-
Homer's Iliad, 173.
Hopkins, Prof. Mark, essay on the
argument from nature in proof of
--no conception of the genius of
spirit, 201—his want of diligence
his manner of writing, 205.
Iliad of Homer, new edition of, no- New Testament on slavery, 164.
Noyes's Translation of the Hebrew
Nullification at the South, 180.
Palmas, cape, seat of a new colony,
Parable of the prodigal son, 28.
Paxton's Letters on Slavery, 163.
character of his mind, 127-ex- Penny Magazine, 164.
Physical culture, the result of moral
9_description of his crucifixion, a religious duty, 252—the general
connection with Deity, 255—con-
laws of physical culture, 259--prac-
tical maxims, 269.
relate to rulers, 2-as they relate
Popular Magazines, 164_merits and
Prayer for civil rulers, 11.
Present time, its influence on char-
estimate of his character, 162. Punishment of the cross, 206.
Qualifications of a critic, 287.
Reprints of English publications, 175.
Rieu, Julius Charles, life of, noticed,
Rovigo, duke of, death noticed, 398.
103—its influence on the spread of
Sargent, Rev. John, his death no-
Schlegel’s remarks on the Lusiad, 294.
Slavery in the United States, 83 Thomason's life, reviewed, 150—birth
introduction of, 83—first men en and studies, 150-goes to Cam-
of his principles, 117—quotations
from his writings, 119.
Understanding, influence of moral
Verplanck's discourses," noticed, 167.
West Indies, insurrection in, 184.
ence, reviewed, 318.
Wilberforce, William, obituary no-
tice of, 390.
Worcester, professor, on the qualifi-
cation of a critic, 287.