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INDEX TO WOL. XXXVI.

Actors, and their Salaries, 668.
AEschylus, 155.
AEschylus, translated into English Verse,
with Notes, Life, &c., by John Stuart
Blackie, reviewed, 672.
Aguilar, Grace, Woman's Friendship, a Story
of Domestic Life, reviewed, 88.
Alison, Archibald, LL.D., History of Europe,
from the commencement of the French
Revolution in 1789, to the Restoration of
the Bourbons in 1815, reviewed, 631.
Alison, Archibald, LL.D., Essays, Political
and Miscellaneous, reviewed, 631.
Allhallow-E'en, 624.
Allingham's Poems, reviewed, 581.
Andrew Carson's Money, a Story of Gold,225.
Amster, John, LL.D., Glengariffe, Lines by,
191.
Art, Modern, its Prospects and Pioneers, 544.
Artist, an, Scenes from the Life of, in Paris,
February, 1848, 137.

Bailey, Philip James, the Angel World, and
other Poems, reviewed, 567.
Balzac, the Novels of, reviewed, 351.
Barral and Bixio, MM., Scientific Balloon
Ascent of 131; Second Ascent, 304.
Barter, W.G. T., Poems, Original and Trans-
lated, reviewed, 570.
Bibliomania, 665.
Blackie's Translation of AEschylus, reviewed,
672.
Bradford, William, Correspondence of the
Emperor Charles V., and his Ambassadors
at the Courts of England and France, from
the Original Letters in the Imperial Family
Archives at Vienna, &c., reviewed, 429.
Brink, the, of the White Rocks, by Jonathan
Freke Slingsby, 459.
Burton, John Hill, Political and Social
Economy, its Practical Applications, re-
viewed, 505.

Charles V., Correspondence of edited by
Bradford, reviewed, 429.
Chesney, Lieut.-Colonel, the Expedition for
the Survey of the Rivers Euphrates and
VOL. XXXVI.-NO, CCXVI.

Tigris, carried on by order of the British
Government, in the Years 1835, 1836, and
1837, Wols. I. and II., reviewed, 379.
Christmas, a Carol for, by Jonathan Freke
Slingsby, 708.
Cock and Anchor, the, a Chronicle of Old
Dublin City, quoted, 86.

Dark Margaret, by John Fisher Murray, 725.
Daventry, Lady Alice, or the Night of Crime,
286.
Dead, the Memories of the, by Jonathan Freke
Slingsby, 460.
De Vere, Aubrey, Travels in Greece, review-
ed, 209.
De Vere's Fides Laici, reviewed, 212.
Drury, Anna Harriet, Annesley and other
Poems, reviewed, 224.
Du Bourdieu, Francis, Wild Flowers from
Germany, reviewed, 578.

Electric Telegraph, description of the, 7, 127.
Elfinair, or the Charmed Bracelet, 357.
Euphrates Expedition, the, 379.

Fairy Glee, 623.

Fall, the, of the Leaf, by Jonathan Freke
Slingsby, 456.

Fancy, a, 360.

French Novels and Novelists, 349.

French Songs, with translations.—Malbrook,
298; By the Light of the Moon, 301;
Love and Time, 802; Bachelor's Fare,
303.

Friends of Youth, by Jonathan Freke Slings-
by, 458.

Goethe's Prometheus, a Dramatic Fragment,
521.

Gough, Lord, our Portrait Gallery, No. LIX,
192.

Grace Kennedy, 337, 443, 556.

Hayes, Catherine, our Portrait Gallery, No.
LXI, 584.
Heiress, the, in her Minority, or the Progress
of Character, reviewed, 82.
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Hemans, Mrs., Last Lyric, Sonnet on Read-
ing, 52.
Heron, Denis Caulfield. Three Lectures on
the Principles of Taxation, delivered at
Queen's College, Galway, in Hilary Term,
1850, reviewed, 505.
Hill, Rev. George, Loch Neagh, a Poem, 92.
Hope, a Poem, 489.
Horace's Ode and Epistle addressed to Aris-
tius Fuscus, translated, 238.
Hunt, Leigh, the Autobiography of, with
Reminiscences of Friends and Cotempo-
raries, reviewed, 268.

Incumbered Estates Court, 311.
Ireland's Shakspeare Forgeries, 667.

Johnson, Dr., his Religious Life and Death,
by the author of Dr. Hookwell, &c., re-
viewed, 477.

Kean, Charles, our Portrait Gallery, No.
LX., 412.

Kent, Charles, Aletheia, or the Doom of
Mythology, reviewed, 579.

Lady-birds, a Flight of 77.
Latter-day Poets, 209.
Lee, Alfred, the Empire of Music, and other
Poems, noticed, 213.
Lettice Arnold, by the author of Two Old
Men's Tales, reviewed, 89.
Life, by Jonathan Freke Slingsby, 457.

M'Cosh, Rev. James, the Method of the
Divine Government, Physical and Moral,
reviewed, 470.

Mackay, Charles, Egeria, or the Spirit of
Nature, and other Poems, reviewed, 570.

Manager, Leaves from the Portfolio of a-
Prynne's Histriomastix-Milton's Samson
Agonistes-Hannah More's Tragedies—
Decline of Theatrical Taste—Bibliomania
—Ireland's Shakspeare Forgeries—Actors
in general, and their Salaries in particular,
656.

Marguerite de Vienne, a Tale of the Second
Crusade, 687.

Mary of the Curls, 622.

Maurice Tiernay, the Soldier of Fortune,
Chap. VI., The Army Sixty Years since,
21; Chap. VII., A Passing Acquaintance,
29; Chap. VIII., “Tronchon,” 82;
Chap. IX., A Scrape and its Consequen-
ces, 175; Chap. X., An Aristocratic Re-
publican, 182; Chap. XI., The Passage
of the Rhine, 185; Chap. XII., A Glance
at “Staff-duty,” 253; Chap. XIII., A
Farewell Letter, 257; Chap. XIV., A
Surprise and an Escape, 261; Chap. XV.,
Scraps of History, 265; Chap. XVI., An
Old General of the Irish Brigade, 461;
Chap. XVII., La Rochelle, 465; Chap.
XVIII., The Bay of Rathfran, 530;
Chap. XIX., A “Reconnaissance,” 536;
Chap. XX., Killala, 539; Chap. XXI.,

Our Allies, 698; Chap. XXII., The Day

of Castlebar, 702.
Michell, Nicholas, Ruins of Many Lands, a

Descriptive Poem, reviewed, 576.

. Milton's Samson Agonistes, 659.

More, Hannah, Tragedies of 662.

Mysterious Compact, the, 99, 162.

Mystic Vial, the, or the Last Demoiselle de
Charrebourg, Chap. I., The Game of Bowls,
393; Chap. II., The Gentleman in Blue
and Silver, 396; Chap. III., The Fermier-
General, 399; Chap. IV., The Strange
Lady in White, 403; Chap. W., The Cha-
teau des Anges, 407; Chap. VI., The
Miniature, 596; Chap. VII., The Devil's
Coach, 599; Chap. VIII., The Ordeal,
604; Chap. IX., The Untold Secret, 608;
Chap. X., The Fête, 612; Chap. XI.,
Jonquil, 727; Chap. XII., Isolation,
729; Chap. XIII., The Rose-tree, 732;
Chap. XIV., The Palace of Terror, 736;
Chap. XV., The Grated Window, 739;
Chap. XVI., The Woman in Flannel, 741;
Chap. XVII., Conclusion, 743.

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Papal Pretensions, Lord John Russell's Let-
ter on the, 747.

Peel, the late Sir Robert, 361.

Poetry.–Sonnets—The Poetry of Words-
worth, on Reading Mrs. Hemans' last
Lyric, 52; Loch Neagh, by the Rev. George
Hill, 92; Shamus O'Brien, a Ballad, 109;
Lines, by John Anster, LL.D., Glengariffe,
191; Thoughts in the Woodlands, by
Jonathan Freke Slingsby, 234; Horace
to Aristius Fuscus, 238; Summer Pas-
time, 240; Popular Chansons of France
—Malbrook, 298; By the Light of the
Moon, 301; Love and Time, 302; Ba-
chelor's Fare, 303; The Railway, 348;
Elfinair, or the Charmed Bracelet, 357;
A Fancy, 360; What do Fallen Towers
declare? 428; Life, by Jonathan Freke
Slingsby, 457; Friends of Youth, by the
same, 458; The Brink of the White
Rocks, by the same, 459; The Memories
of the Dead, by the same, 460; Hope,
489; Prometheus, a Dramatic Fragment,
from the German of Goethe, 520; The
Rake's Apology, 621; Mary of the Curls,
622; Fairy Glee, 623; Allhallow-E'en,
624; Dark Margaret, by John Fisher
Murray, 725.

Political Economists, Recent, 505.
Prospects and Pioneers of Modern Art, 544.
Prynne's Histriomastix, 656,

Railway, the, 348.

Rake's Apology, the, 621.

Reviews.–Modern State Trials, by William
C. Townsend, Esq., M.A., Q.C., Recorder
of Macclesfield, 35; The Poets and Poetry
of Munster, a Selection of Irish Songs, by
the Poets of the last century, edited by
John O'Daly, 53; The Ogilvies, 78; The
Heiress in her Minority, or the Progress of
Character, 82; Raymond Revilloyd, by
Grace Webster, 85; Woman's Friendship,
a Story of Domestic Life, by Grace Agui-
lar, 88; Lettice Arnold, 89; The Life and
Correspondence of Robert Southey, edited
by his son, the Rev. Charles Cuthbert
Southey, Wols. III. and IV., 113; Travels
in Greece, by Aubrey De Vere, 209; Fides
Laici, by Aubrey De Vere, 212; Moral
and Religious Epistles, by the Rev. James
Wills, 213; The Empire of Music, and
other Poems, by Alfred Lee, 213; In
Memoriam, by Alfred Tennyson, 213;
Taylor's Virgin Widow, 214; Annesley,
and other Poems, by Anna Harriet Drury,
224; Ceylon and the Cingalese, by Henry
Charles Sirr, 241; The Autobiography of
Leigh Hunt, with Reminiscences of Friends
and Contemporaries, 268; The Prelude,
or Growth of a Poet's Mind, an Autobio-
graphical Poem, by William Words-
worth, 329; French Novelists—Balzac,
Sand, C. de Bernard, Sue, Dumas, Rey-
baud, Sandeau, Brisset, 349; The Expe-
dition for the Survey of the Rivers Euphra-
tes and Tigris, carried on by order of the
British Government, in the Years 1835,
1836, and 1837, &c., by Lieutenant Colo-
nel Chesney, Vols. I. and II., 379; Corres-
pondence of the Emperor Charles V., and
his Ambassadors at the Courts of England
and France, from the Original Letters in
the Imperial Family Archives at Vienna,
&c., edited by William Bradford, M.A.,
429; The Method of the Divine Govern-
ment, Physical and Moral, by the Rev.
James M'Cosh, M.A., 470; Dr. Johnson,
his Religious Life and Death, by the Au-
thor of Dr. Hookwell, &c., 477; Political
and Social Economy, its Practical Appli-
cations, by John Hill Burton, 505; Three
Lectures on the Principles of Taxation, de-
livered at Queen's College, Galway, in
Hilary Term, 1850, by Denis Caulfield
Heron, 505; The Angel World, and other
Poems, by Philip James Bailey, 567;
Poems, Original and Translated, including
the First Iliad of Homer, by W. G. T.
Barter, Esq., 570; Egeria, or the Spirit
of Nature, and other Poems, by Charles
Mackay, 570; Aurora, and other Poems,
by Mrs. H. R. Sandbach, 573; The Poeti-
cal Works of John Struthers, with Auto-

biography, 574; Ruins of Many Lands, a
Descriptive Poem, by Nicholas Michell,
576; Wild Flowers from Germany, by
Francis Du Bourdieu, 578; The Wrongs
of Poland, a Poem in three Cantos, 578;
Aletheia, or the Doom of Mythology, with
other Poems, by William Charles Kent,
579; Poems, by William Allingham,
580; Thoughts from the Inner Circle,
580; History of Europe, from the Com-
mencement of the French Revolution in
1789 to the Restoration of the Bourbons,
in 1815, by Archibald Alison, LL.D., 631;
Essays, Political and Miscellaneous, by
Archibald Alison, LL.D., 631; Æschy-
lus, translated into English verse, with
Notes, Life, &c., by John Stuart Blackie,
672.
Reybaud, Madame Charles, the Novels of,
reviewed, 353.
Romanism of 1829 and 1850—the Synod
of Thurles, 494.
Rosse, the Earl of -Our Portrait Gallery,
No. LVIII., 94.
Russell, Lord John, on the Papal Pretensions,
747.

Sand, George, the Novels of, reviewed, 352.
Sandbach, Mrs. H. R., Aurora, and other
Poems, reviewed, 573.
Scenes from an Artist's Life in Paris, Febru-
ary, 1848, 137.
Science, the Gifts of, to Art–Steam, 1 ;
Daguerreotype, 2.; Electricity, Lightning-
Conductors, 3; Safety-Lamp, 5; Electro-
plating, 7; The Electric Telegraph, 7,
127; Aerial Voyage of Messrs. Barral
and Bixio, 131, 304.
Shamus O'Brien, a Ballad, 109.
Sirr, Henry Charles, Ceylon and the Cinga-
lese, reviewed, 241.
Slingsby, Jonathan Freke, Thoughts in the
Woodlands, 234; Popular Chansons of
France, 294; The Fall of the Leaf, 456;
Snap-Apple Night, 617; A Carol for
Christmas, 708.
Snap-Apple Night, 617.
Sorel, Agnes, and her Cotemporaries, 59.
Southey, Robert, Life and Correspondence
of edited by his son, the Rev. C. C.
Southey, Vols. III. and IV., reviewed,
113.
Struthers, John, Poetical Works, with Auto-
biography, reviewed, 574.
Summer Pastime, 240.

Taylor's Virgin Widow, reviewed, 214.

Tennyson's “In Memoriam,” reviewed,
213.

Theatrical Taste, on the Decline of 664.

Thoughts from the Inner Circle, reviewed,
580.

Thurles, the Synod of—Romanism of 1829
and 1850, 494.

Townsend, William C., Modern State Trials,
reviewed, 35.

Webster, Grace, Raymond Revilloyd, re-
viewed, 85.
What do Fallen Towers declare? 428.
Wills, Rev. James, Moral and Religious
Epistles, reviewed, 213.
Woodlands, Thoughts in the, by Jonathan
Freke Slingsby, 235.

Wordsworth, William, The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet's Mind, an Autobiographical Poem, reviewed, 329.

Wordsworth's Poetry, Sonnet on, 52.

Wrongs, the, of Poland, a Poem, reviewed, 578.

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