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Baptistery Gates at Florence, 337.
Barentin, Mémoire Autographe de M.
de. Par M. Maurice Champion.
Paris. 1844, 242.

Barr (Lieut.). Journal of a march
from Delhi to Peshâwur, 70.
Bashkirs, 206.

Bathing Ceremony at Amritsir, 101.
Befreiungskriege, Lebensbilder aus

dem (Sketches from the War of
Liberation). Jena. 1841-1844, 265.
Belgiojoso (Princess), 290.

Beneke's Theory and Practice of Edu-
cation, 130.

Benet. De l'Origine et des Mœurs des
Sicks, 70.

Bengal Hurkaru for 1833-4, 70.
Berlin, Correspondence from, 250.
Bettina Brentano, 304; passion for
Goethe, 305; letters to her brother,
308; meeting with Madame de Staël,

Blom (Gustav Peter), Das Konigreich
Norwegen, statistisch beschrieben.
(Statistical Account of the Kingdom
of Norway.) Leipsig. 1843, 250.
Blucher, reminiscences of, 33.
Bokhara, its Amirs and its people.

Translated from the Russian of Kha-
nikoff by the Baron Clement de
Bode, 517.

Bokhara, Khan of. Fluctuations in
policy, 225.

Bombay Times for 1833-4, 70.
Borromeo (Cardinal Carlo), 47.

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Catholic Priests, expulsion of from Ta-
hiti, 177.

Cestosa, Monastery of, 336.
Cobenzl (Louis Graf), 275.
Cossacks, various tribes of, 205.
Chaucer's Canturbury Erzählungen.
Übersetzt von Eduard Fielder.
Dessau. 1844, 247.
China, 432; Chinese repository, 434;
Lectures on the War with China, 432;
An Aide-de-Camp's recollections of
service in China, 432; Narrative of
the voyages of the Nemesis, 432; Re-
port of the Morrison Education So-
ciety, 432; State of our relations with
China, 433; Ascent of the Yang-
tse-kiang, 434; Antiquity of the
Chinese empire, 435; mistaken esti-
mate of population, 436; British
intercourse with Chinese, 438;
Opium agitation, 441; moral and
intellectual state of the Chinese, 445;
French at Chusan, 447; Commodore
Cecile, 449.
Classical studies, defence of, 139; Eng-
lish notions of, 143.
Confessions of Faith, Freiligrath's, 361.
Conscription in Russia, 209.
Conversion of Tahiti, 169.
Cunynghame (Captain); description of
the ascent of the Yang-tse-kiang, 434.


Dante, public lectures on, in 1373 and
1472, 331; portrait of, in the Duomo
of Florence, 333.

Defoe and Ripamonti. Historical Coin-
cidence, 57.

Delhi Gazette, 70.

Despotism in India, effects of, 379.
Diplomatic movements of the French
in the Pacific, 185.

Domestic Life in the Slave States, 104.
Duelling in Arkansas, 119.


Eastwick (Capt. William), Speech on
the case of the Amirs of Sinde. Lon-
don. 1844, 479.
Education, Theory of, (Erziehung und
Unterrichtslehre). By Dr. Beneke,


Ellenborough's (Lord) Indian policy,
479; mediocrity of talent, 480; self-
estimation, 482; professions on ap-
pointment, arrival at Calcutta, 484;
offensive conduct to Hindús, 485;
Simla proclamation, 487; retreat
from Affghanistan, 489; intended
abandonment of prisoners, 491; vacil-
lating conduct-treatment of Mr.
Amos, 502; Gates of Somnauth, 509;
character, 511.

Emperor Nicholas and his Empire in
1844, 194.

English in India, 373.

English Travellers in Germany, 149.
Erziehungs und Unterrichts-Lehre.
Von Dr. Friedrich Edward Beneke.
Berlin. 1840, 130.

Examen historique et géographique des

différentes directions suivant les-
quelles on pourrait percer l'Isthme de
Paname. Par Michel Chevalier.
Paris. 1844, 389.

Excursion through the Slave States,
from Washington on the Potomac,
to the Frontiers of Mexico; with
Sketches of popular Manners and
Geological Notices. By G. W. Fea-
therstonhaugh, 104.


Facts and Fictions, illustrative of Ori-
ental character. By Mrs. Postans,

Featherstonhaugh (G. W.) (See Ex-
cursions through the Slave States).

Field sports in South Africa, 421.
Florence, letter from, 521.
Fluctuations in the Khan of Bokhara's
policy, 225.

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Hamlet, Freiligrath's, 367.
Hammersley (Lieutenant), 505.
Hannibal's Passage of the Alps; Nie-
buhr's Lectures, 468.

Harris (Major Sir W. Cornwallis),
Portraits of the Game and Wild
Animals of Southern Africa, 421.
History of the Defection of the United
Netherlands from the Spanish Em-
pire. Translated from the German
by Lieutenant Eastwick. 1844, 519.

Histoire Romaine, Michelet's. Bruxelles.
1840, 450.

Hodgson (Mr.), case of, 507.

Hopes of Italy (della Speranze d'Italia).
By Cesare Balbo, 526.

Hormayr (Baron von), 268.
Howitt (William), Rural and Domestic
Life of Germany; German Experi-
ences, 148.


Imperial Guard, 201.


India, affairs of, 70-104; 222-238;
369-389; 479-514.

India, Russian Invasion of, 75.
Ireland from 1645 to 1649, 1.
Isthmus, American, Survey of, 381.
Italian Art, Early History of, Hans
Gaye, 325.


Johnston (Charles), Travels in Abys-
sinia, 239.

Journal des Débats for 1844, 70.
Journal of a March from Delhi to
Peshâwur, and thence to Cabul, in-
cluding Travels in the Punjâb. By
Lieut. W. Barr, 70.


Khan of Bokhara's policy, 225.
Königreich Norwegen, statistisch be-
schrieben (Statistical Account of the
Kingdom of Norway). Von Gustav
Peter Blom, 250.


Lahore Government, 73.

Lebensbilder aus dem Befreiungskriege
(Sketches from the War of Libera-
tion). Baron von Hormayr, 265.
Lectures of Niebuhr on Roman History,
453; deficiencies, 455.

Lerminier's Review of Princess Belgio-
joso's work, 290.

Letters of Dr. Wolff, 221.

Libels of the American Press, 106.
Liberation War in Germany, 26.
Lion's Ride, by Ferdinand Freiligrath,


Lombardy under the Spanish Yoke, 45;
Ravaged by German Troops, 51.
Lützen, battle of, 38.


Mantua (Marquis of), Letters to Titian.


Medicean Princes, 348.

Memoire Autographe de M. de Barentin.

1844, 242.

Memoirs of Henry Steffens, 26.

Menzel's History of the Germans, 266.
Michael Angelo, documents concerning,


Milan, Plague of 1630, 42.
Military Colonies of Russia, 211.
Moerenhout, attempted murder of, 179.
Monatti, atrocities of, 61.
Monitorial system, 145.

Mugge (Theodor), Skizzen aus dem
Norden (Sketches from the North).
1844, 250.

Music in Germany, present state and
prospects of, 401.
Münster (Count), 271.

Mythology, Introduction to a scientific
system of. 1844, 247.


Nachrichten über China, Buchara, &c.

Nemesis, Voyages and Services of. By

Commodore Hall, 432.

Neue Zeitschrift für Musik. Alge-
meine Musikalische Zeitung. 1844.

Niccolini's Arnaldo di Brescia, 523.
Niebuhr's Lectures on Roman History,
from the first Punic War to the
death of Constantine, 1844, 450; de-
ficiencies of Niebuhr, 455; remarks
on Sylla, 456; false notions of Provi-
dence, 457; high attainments as a
scholar, 458; historical scepticism,


Notices of China, by the Rev. W. C.
Milne, 432.

Notes of a Recent Traveller on the
Armies and Military Power of
Russia, 194.

Norden, Skizzen aus dem, von Theodor

Mugge. 1844, 250.

Norwegen Konigreich, Statistisch be-
schrieben (The Kingdom of Norway
statistically described). By G. P

Blom. 1843, 250.

Nunziatura in Irlanda di Monsignor
Rinuccini, Arcivescovo di Fermo,
anni 1645 a 1649, per cura di G.
Aiazzi, 1.


Official, Indian, Rambles and Recollec-

tions of. By Lieut.-Col. Sleeman.
1844, 369.

Opinions of the Cabinet on Lord Ellen-
borough, 481.

Outram (Colonel), 505.


Palmer (Colonel), 505.

Pacific, French aggressions in the, 165,
Panama (Isthmus of), Survey of the,

Paskewitz, 218.

Perugino, Letter to Marchioness of
Mantua, 341.

Peste di Milano del 1630, (Volgariz-
zati per la prima volta dal originale
Latino dal Canonico Guiseppe della
Scala). 1842, 42.

Picpus Society, 175.

Plague of Milan in 1630, 42; Population
of the city before the plague, 49;
Passage of Troops, 51; Famine, 52;
Riots, 53; Ill-judged measures; pro-
gress of the contagion, 58; public
licentiousness and atrocities of the
Monatti, 61; Anointers, 63; tortures
to induce confession, 65; seasonable
miracle, 69.

Political Condition of Germany, 163.
Pomare (Queen), deposition of. 189.
Portraits of the Game and Wild Ani-

mals of Southern Africa, delineated
from life in their native haunts, from
the Cape Colony to the Tropic of
Capricorn. By Sir W. C. Harris.
London. 1844, 421; scenery of South-
ern Africa, 421; plants and flowers,
422; adventures on the Meritsane
river, 425; among the lions, 427.
Postans (Mrs.), Facts and fictions il-
lustrative of Oriental character, 248.
Pritchard (Mr.), Conduct, imprison-

ment, and expulsion of, 188-193.
Private Wars in India, 383.
Punjab, De l'Origine et des Mœurs
des Sicks. Par M. Benet.-Le Jour-
nal des Débats.-Journal of a march
from Delhi to Peshawur and thence
to Cabul, including travels in the
Punjab. By Lieut. W. Barr.-Delhi
Gazette for 1833-4.-Agra Ukhbar
for 1833-4.-Bombay Times for 1833-
4.-Bengal Hurkaru for 1833-4.-
Calcutta Star for 1833-4, 70.


Rambles and Recollections of an Indian
Official, 369; government of India;
native governments, 371; English in
India, 373; Hindús; Princes of Cen-
tral India; private wars, 383; Eng-
lish claims to the respect of the na-
tives, 388.

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