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Excise Bill of Sir R. Walpole, the agi-
tation, &c., caused by it, 207.
FENIAN ALARM, A, 308.

FENIANISM, AND THE IRISH AT HOME
AND ABROAD, 222.

Fenianism, O'Dowd on, 183.

Fenianism in America, Mr Maguire on,
232.

Firmilian, the publication of, 446.
Fortune, Horace's ode to, 587.
France, hatred to her among the South
Sea Islands from her conduct in Ta-
hiti, 28.

France, present position of, with regard
to Italy, 190.

France, ecclesiastical arrangements re-
garding the army in, 273.

France, present position of, toward the
Papacy, 289.

France, past and present position of the
Church in, 291, 292.

Franchise, the new, Felix Holt on, 2.
FRANCIS, SIR PHILIP, MEMOIRS OF, 150.
Francis, Dr, father of Sir Philip, 155.
Fraser, the Rev. J., on the school system

of the United States, 113.
Fraudulent Insurers, the (O'Dowd), 622.
French Revolution, the, its effects on

the power of the Papacy, 298.
Freysteed, Scandinavian legend of, 549.
Fuscus, Horace's ode to, 599.

Future fame, Horace's ode on his, 585.
Gamble, Rev. J., first Chaplain-general
of the Forces, 258.

Game, abundance and variety of, in
Abyssinia, 736.

George I., the Court of, 200.

George I., effects of his accession in Eng-
land, 419.

GEORGE II., HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF
THE REIGN OF-No. I., The Queen,
195.

GEORGE II., HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF
THE REIGN OF-No. II., The Minister,
412.
GEORGE II.. HISTORICAL SKETCHES,
&c.-No. III., The Man of the World,

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GLADSTONE, MR, AND THE STATE IN ITS
RELATION WITH THE CHURCH, 626.
GLADSTONE, MR, A MISTAKE OF, 648.
Gladstone, Mr, probable tactics of, on
the Irish question, 374.

Gladstone, Mr, his declaration against
the Irish Church, 501.

Gobazeh, an Abyssinian prince, 738,
739, 743.

GRACE OWEN'S ENGAGEMENT, Part I.,
651.

GRAMMAR-SCHOOLS, COUNTRY, 601.

Grand, Mrs, afterwards the wife of Tal-
leyrand, 163 note.

Grand cotillon, on our partners in the,

461.

Gregory II., maintenance of image-wor-
ship by, 301.

Grosphus, Horace's ode to, 596.
Guerazzi, O'Dowd on, 181.

H., Dreams in the Invalides by, 756.
Hako the Good, legend regarding, 550.
Hastings, Warren, the contest between
him and Sir Philip Francis, 161 et seq.
-his impeachment and trial, 163.
Henry II., the great English universities
under, 328.

Henry VII., commencement of the Royal
Navy under, 253.

Hervey, Lord, his Memoirs of the Court
of George II., 198 et seq.
Hervey, Lord, character of Chesterfield
by, 515.

Hildebrand, establishment of the power
of the Papacy by, 298, 304.

Holland, Lord, Sir P. Francis on, 154.
HOLT, FELIX, ADDRESS TO WORKING MEN
by, 1.

Hook, Theodore, anecdote of, 185.
HORACE: THE CAUSES OF HIS POPULAR-
ITY, 383-the genial character of his
philosophy, 384-peculiarities of his
odes, 387-his terseness and pictur-
esqueness, 388- their frequent dra-
matic character, ib.-his style, 390
-his choice of epithets, 392- his
faults, 395.

HORACE, THE ODES OF, introductory re-
marks, 573-ode to Mæcenas, 574-
to Thaliarchus, 578-Invitation to
Tyndaris, 580-to L. Dellius, 581-
in honour of Bacchus, 583-on his
future fame, 585-to Fortune, 587-
on Virgil's voyage to Athens, 589-
the prophecy of Nereus, 591-to Chloe,
592 to Leuconoe, 593-in celebration
of the deities and worthies of Rome,
594-to Pompeius Grosphus, 596-
to Aristius Fuscus, 599.

Horse, religious importance attached to
the, by the Scandinavian nation, 547
et seq.
HORSE-FLESH, 547.

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Image-worship, effect of the controversy

regarding, on the Papal Church, 301.
India, Sir Philip Francis in, 160 et seq.
Invitation to Tyndaris, the, from Ho-
race, 580.

IRELAND, THE NEW NOSTRUM FOR, a
song, 487.

Ireland, effects of Fenianism upon, 222
--what are its evils, 223 et seq.
Ireland, present position, character, and
influence of the Roman Catholic priest-
hood in, 293 et seq.

Ireland, probable tactics of the Opposi
tion regarding, 373.

Ireland, quack remedies for, 455.
Ireland, Chesterfield's administration of,
520.

IRISH AT HOME AND ABROAD, THE, 222.
Irish in America, Mr Maguire's account
of the, 226.

Irish Church, O'Dowd on the, 459.
Irish Church, Mr Gladstone's declaration
against the, 501.

Irish Church question, the, 375.
Irishman, only an, by O'Dowd, 182.
Ironclads, O'Dowd on, 466.

Italy, the present position of, with re-
gard to Rome, 189 et seq.
Italy, ecclesiastical arrangements regard-
ing the army in, 273.

JOHNSTON, PRESIDENT, THE IMPEACH-
MENT OF, 707.

Junius, Sir P. Francis's supposed con-
nection with, 150, 152, 153, 157 et
seq.

Kassa, prince of Tigreh, his visit to Sir
Robert Napier, and intercourse be-
tween them, 731.

Kean, Charles-see Charles Kean.
Kean, Edmund, his first appearance in
London and subsequent career, 473 et
seq.-his appearance with his son at
Glasgow, 477- his last appearance
and death, 479.

Koomailoo Pass, the, in Abyssinia, 729.
Krähwinckel, 191.

Land, desire for the possession of, in
Ireland, 224.

Land transport department, the, in the
Abyssinian expedition, 350.

Lasta, the prince of, in Abyssinia, 735.
LATEST LAWGIVER, THE, 675.
Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers, remarks
on the, 449.

Leuconoe, Horace's ode to, 593.

Limerick, the Dean of, his speeches, &c.,
on Irish grievances, 235 et seq.
LINDA TRESSEL, Part IV., 12-Part V.,
166-Part VI., 275-Part VII., 398.
Lombards, the, their struggle with the
Pope and the Franks, 302 et seq.
London Missionary Society, the, its
missions in Samoa, 35.

Louis XIV., effects on France of his re-
vocation of the Edict of Nantes, 291.
Loyola, confirmation of the power of the
Papacy by, 298.

Macleane, Mr, his edition of Horace,

396.

Macready, Mr, his retirement from the
stage, 481-his management of Covent
Garden, 482.

Mæcenas, Horace's ode to, 574.
Maguire, Mr, his account of the Irish in
America, 226.

Maguire, Mr, his motion on the state of
Ireland, 495 et seq.

Malayan races of Polynesia, the, 26.
Malua, the mission training institution
at, 36.

Mann, Horace, account of the school
system of America by, 112.
Manning, Dr. as Romanist primate of
England, 295.

MARTIN, THEODORE, HIS MEMOIR OF W.
E. AYTOUN reviewed, 440.

Matilda, the Duchess, and the Papacy,
304.

Mayo, Lord, his speech on the state of
Ireland, 497 et seq.

Mazabee Sikhs, the, their origin, 363.
Melanesian mission, the, 37, 39 et seq.
MEMOIRS OF SIR PHILIP FRANCIS, 150.
Merivale, Mr, the Memoirs of Sir Philip
Francis, edited by, 150.

Merry Wives of Windsor, the, its pro-
duction by Charles Kean, 482.
Military chaplains, history of the suc-

cessive changes regarding them, 255
et seq. their character during last
century, 256.

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Mill, Mr, his proposals regarding Ire-
land, 380.

Mill, Mr Stuart, his proposed remedy

for Irish grievances, 456.

Mills versus Craig, the ecclesiastical case
of, 252.

Milton's L'Allegro and Il Penseroso,
comparison of, with Horace's Odes,

391.

Missions. how carried on in the Polyne-
sian Islands, 35.

MODERN CYNICISM, 62.

Monaghan, the Irish settlement of, in
America, 227.

Monson, Colonel, his connection with
Sir Philip Francis in India, 160, 161
et seq.

Mules, the native, of Abyssinia, 736.
Napier, Sir R., the Abyssinian expedi-
tion under, 349-the interviews be-
tween him and Prince Kassa, 732.
Napoleon I., restoration of the French
Church by, 291.

Napoleon III., his secret views regard-
ing Rome, 188-his present position
with regard to Italy, 190.
Napoleon III., his difficulties with re-
gard to the Papal question, 290 et seq.
-O'Dowd on his present position and
possible intentions, 748.
NATIONAL CHARACTER OF THE OLD
ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES, THE, 326.
Naval chaplains, their first appointment,
and history of the changes with re-
gard to them, 254 et seq.

New Brunswick, Irish settlers in, 228.
New College, Oxford, foundation of, 332.
New Hebrides, comparative failure of
the Presbyterian missions in, 37.
NEW NOSTRUM FOR IRELAND, THE, a
song, 487.

OF AN AFGHAUN

New opening for younger sons, a, 464.
New Zealanders, their resemblance to
the Samoans, 30.
NIGHT-WANDERER
FORT, THE, 91.
Nisbet, Rev. H., missionary in Samoa,
36.

Norfolk Island, proposed transference of
mission establishment to, 40.
Nova Scotia, prosperity of Irish emi-
grants in, 227.

Novels, modern, characteristics of, 68.
O'Connell and the fishwoman, anecdote
of, 182.

O'DOWD, CORNELIUS: Some Things not
generally known, 180-Only an Irish-
man, 182-Taking it out in Money,
185-The Deadlock at Rome, 188-
Krähwinckel, 191-Quack Remedies
for Ireland, 455-On our Partners in
the Grand Cotillon, 461- A New
Opening for Younger Sons, 464-On
"getting behind the pump," 466-The
Bobbery Pack, 620-The Fraudulent
Insurers, 622-An "Idée Napoléoni-
enne," 748-Baron Beust's Voyage of
Discovery, 751-"Six Pounds a
week," 753.

Only an Irishman, 182.
OPPOSITION TACTICS, 367.

Orelli's edition of Horace, on, 396.
Orleans, the Bishop of, O'Dowd on, 181.
Our Partners in the Grand Cotillon, on,
461.

Oxford, antiquity of, as a great educa-
tional centre, 327-sketch of its his-
tory, 328 et seq.

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Pepin, alliance of, with the Pope, 303.
PLACE, THE BATTLE FOR, 488.
POLYNESIA, SKETCHES IN, 26 the
Samoa Islands, 27-missions, 35 et
scq.

Pope, the, his rejection of the advances
of the Unionist party in England, 295.
Presbyterian chaplains, first appoint-
ment, &c., of, in the army, 267 et seq.
Presbyterian missions, failure of the, in
the New Hebrides, 37.

Price, Stephen, introduction of Charles
Kean to the stage by, 475, 477.
Prince Edward Island, account of Irish
settlement in, 227.

Princess's Theatre, the, under the man-
agement of Charles Kean, 481.
Prophecy of Nereus, the, from Horace,

591.

Quack remedies for Ireland, O'Dowd on,
455.

QUEEN OF THE HIGHLANDS, THE, 242.
QUEEN'S BOOK, THE, review of, 242.
Raratonga, native missionaries from, 35.
Rassam, Mr, his seizure by King Theo-
dore, 356.

Rate-paying clause, the Duke of Argyle's
motion on it, 491.

Rebellion of 1715, the, 420.

Reform Bill, threats of the Opposition
regarding, 371.

Reformation, the, zeal for education ac-
companying it, 601.

Rochefoucauld's Maxims as an example
of modern cynicism, 64.
Roman Catholic chaplains in the army,
first appointment of, 267 et seq.
Roman Church, South Sea missions of,
and its intolerance there, 41.
Roman Church, horse-flesh early for-
bidden by it, 547 et seq.
Rome, the deadlock at, 188.
Rosenhagen, Philip, a military chaplain
of last century, 257.

Royal Navy, commencement of it in
England, 253- first appointment of
chaplains in it, and subsequent
changes with regard to them, 254 et
seq.

Royal Navy, present tone of officers, &c.,
in, 358 et seq.

RUSKIN'S TIME AND TIDE BY WEARE
AND TYNE, review of, 676.

PAPACY, THE, ITS TEMPORAL POWER, Russell, Farl, his resolutions on educa-

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Russell, Earl, his letter on the state of STATE IN ITS RELATIONS WITH THE

Ireland, 378.

Russell, Earl, position taken up regard-
ing the Alabama claims, 489-his at-
tack on Disraeli with reference to the
Edinburgh speech, 490.

Sagas, legends from the, regarding the
horse, 548 et seq.

Sailors and soldiers, contrast between,
360.

Samoa Islands, sketches in the, 27 et seq.
Santa Cruz Islands, missions in, 39.
Scandinavian nations, religious import-
ance attached by the, to the horse, 547

et seq.
SCHOOLS

INQUIRY COMMISSION, review

of the, 601.
Schulemberg, Mademoiselle, marriage of
Lord Chesterfield to, 517.
Scotch Grammar-Schools, the School
Commissioners on, 618.

Scott, Sir W., parallel between, and
Shakespeare, 471.

Scottish Christmas, the, by Professor
Aytoun, 449.

Selwyn, Bishop, organisation of the
Melanesian mission by, 39.

Senafeh, the Abyssinian expedition at,
730.
Shakespeare, the drama and stage under,
470-parallel between him and Sir W.
Scott, 471-scarcity of great actors
for his plays, 472.

Shohos, the, in Abyssinia, 363-their
costume, habits, intercourse with them,
&c., 739.

SKETCHES IN POLYNESIA, 26.

Soldiers and sailors, contrast between,
360.

Solomon Islands, missions in the, 39.
Some Things not generally known, by
O'Dowd, 180.

Songs, modern popular, 67.
South Sea scheme, the, its effect in
England and on the Ministry, 424 et
seq.-bursting of the bubble, 427-
Walpole's scheme for arresting its
effects, 428 et seq.-the disclosures
before the committee of investigation,
429.

SPANISH GYPSY, THE, reviewed, 760.
Stair, Lord, his mission to Queen Caro-
line on the Excise Bill, 207.
Standing armies, their first establish-
ment in England, 253.
Stanhope, intrigue of, against Town-
shend and Walpole, 420 et seq.-dur-
ing the South Sea bubble, 426-his
death, 430.

Stanhope, Philip, son of Lord Chester-
field, 518 et seq. passim.
Stanley, Lord, his speech on the United
States question, 489.

CHURCH, MR GLADSTONE ON, 626.
Steele, Sir R., on the state of the stage
in his day, 470.

Suffolk, Lady, the mistress of George
II., 200, 201.

Suffolk, Lady (mistress of George II.),
devotion of Chesterfield to, 514.
Sunderland, Lord, implicated in the

South Sea scheme, 430-his death, ib.
Supreme Council of India, its constitu-
tion, powers, &c., and conduct of Sir
Philip Francis as a member of it, 161
et seq.
Switzerland, influence of the Roman
Catholic element in, 294.

Tablet, the, on the Irish Church ques-
tion, 379.

Tacazeh river, the valley of the, in
Abyssinia, 741.

Tahiti, the French proceedings in, and
their effect, 28.

Taking it out in Money, by O'Dowd,

185.

Talleyrand, marriage of, to Mrs Grand,
163 note.

Tanna, difficulties of missionaries at, 38.
Taymouth, the Queen's first and last
visits to, 243.

TEMPORAL POWER OF THE PAPACY, THE,

289.

Thaliarchus, Horace's ode to, 578.
Theodore, the expedition against, 349-

sketch of the circumstances which led
to it, 354 et seq.-sketches of him, 743.
Things not generally known, 180.
Trades-unions, Felix Holt on, 4.
Tree, Miss Ellen, marriage of Charles
Kean to, 478, 480.

Turner, Rev. Dr, missionary in Samoa,
36.

United States, education in the, 111.
United States, Irish settlers in the, 230.
United States, the Roman Catholic and
Irish element in, 294.

United States, reception of Charles Kean
in, 479, 481.

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UNIVERSITIES, THE OLD ENGLISH, THEIR
NATIONAL CHARACTER, 326.
University of Paris, the, 328.
UNLUCKY TIM GRIFFIN, HIS LOVE AND
HIS LUCK, Part I., 557-conclusion,
692.

Vanland, Scandinavian legend of, 552.
Vaté or Sandwich Land, mission in, 38.
Virgil's voyage to Athens, Horace's ode
on, 589.

Voltaire on Rochefoucauld's Maxims, 64.
Wadela, arrival of the Abyssinian expe-

dition at, 738-sketches in it, 739 et
seq.

Wallis Island, Romish mission and in-
tolerance in, 41.

Walmoden, Madame, mistress of George
II., 210.

WALPOLE, SIR R., SKETCH OF HIS
CAREER, 412-his personal character,
ib.-his character as Minister, 413-
parentage and early life, 413, 414-
marriage, 414-entrance into Parlia-
ment, 415-his debut there, 416-first
in office, 417-his political creed, ib.—
circumstances under which he was con-
tinued in office under George II., 201
et seq.-his system of government, 418
-in the Tower, ib.-return to office
on George II.'s accession, 420-again
in opposition, 422-his conduct there,
423-returns to office, 424-the South
Sea scheme, 424 et seq.-his opposi-
tion to it, 425-yet speculates in it,
426 becomes Minister, 428-com-
plete establishment of his power, 431
-his intercourse with the Queen, 432
-his fall, 433 et seq.-his death, 438.
Walpole, Horace, his affection for his
father, 412.

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War, changes in the system of, 466.
Wesleyan missions in the South Seas,
the, 37.
Western Highlands, the Queen in the,

245.

WHAT I DID At Belgrade, 71.
Whigs, the, their present position and
views, 368.

Whitebread, Mr, introduction of Kean to
the London stage by, 473, 474.
Wilkes, his attacks on George III.,

158.

Windsor Castle, the Christmas theatri-
cals at, under Charles Kean, 481.
Wodjerat, the province of, in Abyssinia,
744.

Wollo-Gallas, the, an Abyssinian tribe,
746.

Wolsey, the universities under, 337.
Women, position of, in Abyssinia, 729,
739.

WORKING MEN, ADDRESS TO, BY FELIX
HOLT, 1.

Yarmouth, the Countess of, mistress of
George II., 210.

Yasoos, an Abyssinian chief, 744.
Yonge, Mr, his edition of Horace, 397.
York, the Duke of, changes introduced
by him as regards military chaplains,

258.

Younger sons, a new opening for, 464.
Zoulla, aspect of, during the Abyssinian
expedition, 361.

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