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INDEX TO VOL. LXXXVII.
Adam Bede, remarks on, 611.
BRIAlmont's LIFE OF WELLINGTOS, re-
Bright, Mr, his Napoleonic tendencies,
BROWNING'S POEMS BEFORE CONGRESS,
review of, 490.
the debate on the, 762, 769.
commercial treaty, 382-state of the seq.
Burtou, lieutenant, expedition for ex-
Busaco, the battle of, 409.
Calcutta, sketch of, during the mutiny,
as regards, 152—its association with Calf hunt, an Indian, 217.
striction of the English to, 526.
Caracciolo, the charges against Nelson
charges, 320_alleged connection of
lady Hamilton with the case of, 423
Catholic emancipation, Wellington's con-
Cavalry Movements, see Volunteer.
638 et seq.
Chevreul's researches on colour, remarks
ities, 430_delays of Government, ib.
by Government, 432_opposition to
the treaty by the English community
British resident on it, 436 — future
prospects of commerce, 437-outlet
for manufactures, 438.
China, WAR AND PROGRESS IN, 525--De-
there, ib.--failure of progress hitherto,
ib.--the operations in 1841, and their
success, 527--trade in the midst of
528-statistics and resources of the
grain trade, 533 et seq.-suggestions
as to military operations to be followed, Douro, the campaign and battle of the,
Drill, system of naval, 235.
A SEAMAN, BY, reviewed, 176.
Cochrane, 179 et seq.
taste for the, 155.
struction of the novel, 334.
ing classes, 651 et seq.
Elgin's MISSION TO CHINA AND JAPAN,
-origin of the war, ib.—his first mea-
vance to the Peiho, 266 et seq.—capture
of the forts, 268—treaty of Tientsin,
273 et seq.
BY, reviewed, 611.
England, unfavourable position of, as re-
III., 176— lord Cochrane's claim of ment in, 254–present position of, as
to foreign relations, 357--present state
tain character of our foreign policy,
English school of painting, the, 152, 547.
Evangeline, the scene of, 108.
A CRUISE ROUND VANCOUVER'S ISLAND, nexation, 638 et seq.
Featherstonehaugb, sir H., and lady
382 et seq.-reductions of duties under FEUILLETON, A, 629.
Fielding's Tom Jones, remarks on, 331
beth Canning by, 585.
Finances, state of the, and influence of
the commercial treaty on them, 383.
works of, 544, 545, 549 et seq.- his of the name, 216.
FLEETS AND NAVIES, ENGLAND, Part IV.,
226-a standing navy necessary, ib.-
on the means of manning it, 227—Sir C.
Napier's scheme, 228-importance of
unpopularity of the service, 229—pro-
of ships having their own ports, 231-
232-evils of the hulk system, 234 -
of flogging, 236-solitary confinement,
237 et seq.-classification o
-the barracks, 240 et
ing-ships, &c., 241-general summary, Grand canal of China, injury to the, 534.
Grand Pré, the site of, 108.
Hamilton, sir Wm., marriage of Emma
Houton, LADY, 417—her parentage
change of view with regard to the with Admiral Payne, &c., 418-the
her connection with Nelson, 425
organisation of the navy in, 232- 426-conduct of his brother, 427
Holkar, the Maharajah, his conduet dur-
THE DISCOVERY OF THE FATE OF, re- Holland, lord, charges against Nelson by,
Horse-race, an Indian, 217.
reductions of duties proposed by it, Huc, notices of China and the Chinese
from, 527, 528.
Hudson's Bay Company, the, 215.
Ice storm, description of an, 119.
French fleet in Basque Roads, 190 et the, and his services in her, 188 et seq.
Income-tax, proposed increase of the,
INDIA, WHAT WE HAVE DONE FOR THE
Puteealah, 499—the rajah of Jheend,
ib.- the rajah of Nabha, 500—the
381 et seq.--former views of, on reduc- wab of Rampore, 503—the Nawab of
as a parliamentary speaker, 511 et seq. ib.—the rajah of Chirkaree, 505-
Scindiah, 506—Holkar, 508-Jung Bar
India, services of Wellington in, 399.
Italian school of art, increasing taste for
Italy, favourable position of, as regards
kingdom in, 247—sympathy with the Medicine-man, inauguration of a, among
the Indians, 217.
MILL ON THE FLOSS, THE, review of, 611.
Mississippi, the delta of the, 109,
during the mutiny by, and his reward, Mulgrave, lord, and the Basque Roads
Art, 544—the churches and galleries,
ib.—the artists, 545—the great schools,
school, 547 et seq.-criticisms on its
Nabha, the rajah of, his fidelity during
Nagasaki, city of, 273.
the navy, 228.
Naples, lady Hamilton at, 421 et seq.
594—the return from Elba, 595 —the
Napoleon III., change of tone in England
246—position of England with regard
364 et seq.—views of, in the commer-
chap. ii. 48 — chap. iii, 50-chap. iv. Napoleon, town of, Louisiana, 113.
National character, remarks on, 715.
the, 187. See Fleets and Navies.
Native princes, services rendered by the,
during the Indian mutiny, and re-
Negro hymns and songs, specimens of,
. 68 — chap. Negroes, the, in the American slave
by Nelson, 321-defence of him, 323–
the treason of Caracciolo, 324-his
Nelson, Ruskin's charges against, and
OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE FATE OF notices of, in connection with lady
Hamilton, 422 et seq.-baseness of his
brother toward her, 426.
NEVER SAY THAT GOOD IS WANING,"
Nice, the voting on annexation i
413. Niebuhr, friendship of, with
Nogal, country of, 564.
Peninsular war, general review of the,
Part I., chap. i. Early Days, 14 — Perspective, Ruskin on, 32.
- Part III., chap. viii. The Prelimin- Portugal, landing of Wellington in, 403
chap. xvi. The his reward, 499, 501.
during the mutiny, and reward, 503.
Ramsay, dean, his Reminiscences of Scot-
TO CHINA AND JAPAN, review of, 255. Raphael, Ruskin on, 32.
Reform bill, the debate on the, 766.
Rembrandt, Ruskin on, 32.
Rewah, the rajah of, his conduct during
ROBERT BURNS, 196.
ducing the wine duties, 394—his re- 189.
plies to Disraeli and Horsman, 511. Rose's Diaries, charge against Nelson in,
384—the debate in the Lords on it, Ross, Sir James, his search after Frank.
lin, and services of M'Clintock under
Ruffo, cardinal, connection of, with Car-
acciolo's case, 320 et seq.
ance given to, in administrative gov. RUSKIN'S ELEMENTS OF DRAWING, 32.
Russell, lord John, on the policy and
preparations of France, 360 et seq.-
wine duties, 393.
St Ludwig, church of, Munich, 544.
St Maria Hilf, church of, Munich, 544.
St Sebastian, the siege of, 591—its fall,
ST STEPHEN's, a poem, Part I. 1-Part
II. 162—Part III., 277.
403 et seq.
185 et seq.