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LEAVITT, TROW & CO., PRINTERS, 33 ANN-STREET, NEW-YORK.

INDEX TO THE ECLECTIC MAGAZINE.-VOL. IX.

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MISCELLANY: Scraps for the Curious, 40; Colo-
nization of the Holy Land, 93; Anecdote of Ad-
miral Hopson,-Anecdote of Louis Philippe,—
Low Sunday,-Fry Testimonial, 142; The Law-
Harmonicon; Family Mathematics, 146; Con-
jecture of a New Planet,-Junius' Manuscripts,
-Protection of Literature,-Rare Collection of
Old Plays, Birthday of Tycho Brahe,—An Afri-
can Expedition,-Gradual Rise of Newfoundland
above the Sea, 148; Dickens and Mrs. Trollope
in Russia, Ascent of Mont Blanc,—Original Min-
iature of Oliver Cromwell,-New Sign of Death,

293-Louis Buonaparte, 286; Scraps from Punch, 290;

Baths and Washhouses for the Poor,-Self Con-

fidence a Duty,- Passive Resistance,-Supply of

Water to Rome and London, 291; Expedition to

South America,- Death of Charles Buck, Esq.,

403-Vital Statistics of the Metropolis.- The Dau-

phin of France,-Der Freishutz Again,-A Kiss

231 for a Blow, 292; The Camel and the Needle's

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Eye, 334; Fate and Providence, 390 ; Paragraphs
from Punch, 434; An Example to Employers,
We must Invade Ireland,--Young Ireland on the
Distress, 435; Mohammed Ali and his Family,-
Lord Rosse's Telescope, 436; American Nick-
names,-Nature not a Utilitarian,-Retirement of
Mr. Tait, 567; What can be done for Mexico,
571; A Dead Man Dining-Lady Londonderry's
presentation to the Sultan--Lord Stowell, 572;
The Danish Poet, Herr Andersen, 573; Conse-
quences of Smoking--Statue of O'Connell-Va-
rieties of Jealousy-Recreation for the People,
574; Tales for the Marines--Guizot and the
Spanish Marriages--The Slavishness of Free-
men--Droll Typographic Accident, 575: Illu.
sions often the seed of Realities-Remarkable
Phenomenon, 576.

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Napoleon, Last Recollections of,-Black-
wood's Magazine,

Nasmyth, David, and David Hume,

Portrait, The,

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POETRY: Spinning of the Shroud-Let the
World Frown, 143; First Grief-Birthday
Thoughts, 144; The Mother's Grave-The
Grave in the City, 145; To-Night-Lay of a
New Era-My own Home, 287; La Fata Mor-
gana-The Three Preachers, 288; Farewell
Song, 289; The Dying Painter-Weep Not,
430; The Faithful Heart-Not to Myself
Alone, 431; The Woodman-Flowers-The
Watcher on the Tower, 432; Love's Seasons-
Mother's Resignation-Death Bed, 433; To
the Dove-Hero and Leander, 568; What
shall be the End of These Things-Napoleon,
569; The World a Sepulchre-The First
Grey Hair-A Love Dream, 570.

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Our Own Times, History of,-Eclectic Re
view,

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Paris in 1846,-Dublin University Magazine,
Parliament, the Long, and Sir Simonds
D'Ewes,

Peru, Sketches of,-Foreign Quarterly and
Westminster Review,

Philosophy and Philanthropy, David Hume
and David Nasmyth,

Pitt and Fox, Age of,-Eclectic Review,
Poets, Preachers, and Politicians,-Athe-

214

Suchet,-Retrospective Gleanings,

472

94

Switzerland, and Swiss Churches,-Tait's
Magazine,

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484

System of the Heavens as revealed by Lord
Rosse's Telescopes,-Tait's Magazine,

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Talleyrand, Retrospective Gleanings,
Thiers, Adolphe, The French Statesman,
&c,-Dublin University Magazine,
Travelling Letters, Charles Dickens',.
Travels in South Africa,-Britannia,

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