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CONTENTS.

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Page All-Saints Day, Festival of......

139 Hall, Robert, his Son and his Sermon......... 513 Art Intelligence.........95, 191, 287, 384, 479, 572 Sketch of his Life and Character........ 131 Art, Nature the School of.... 176 Harper, The.....

175 Artist in Earth-Bernard Palissy.......... 361 | Hathway, Olive....

465 Artist's Difficulties...

530 | Hawthorne, Nathaniel, Sketch of.. ........ Artists, Sketches of-Rembrandt.

481 Health of the Skin, Influence of Clothing on. 43 Astor Library..

408
Hotel Gibbon, at Lausanne....

15 Balloons and Ballooning........

74 How to Die, Last Days of Archbishop Usher. 224 Beards and Barbers...... 226 Humphrey, Dr. Heman, Sketch of...

113 Biter Bitten-A Story with a Lesson.. 263

84 Blind Musicians.......

Imagination, Calamities of the............. 39

106 Book Notices............89, 185, 282, 378, 473, 567 Insects, Industrial Exhibition of............... 344

Impossible, It is......... Boston, Letter from

....280, 470 Brain Work, Too much-Laman Blanchard,

Johnson, Life and Times of 9, 107, 206, 320, 454 Kirk White... 177

488 Brest, The Artillery Dog of-A Remarkable Kingswood, Visit to--Wesleyan ReminisNarrative.......

261
cences.....

240 Bronzes, How they are made ...........

44 By-Words Jack Ketch, Peter's Pence, Joe

Lawrence, Hannah-A Country Story........, 419

522 Miller, Preston John......

232

Legends, a Chapter on.

Literary Record.........91, 186, 283, 380, 475, 570 Calvin, Person and Habits of...... 8 Literature, Satanic......

25 China, Origin of American Missions in....... 28 The Devil in.......

124 Temples to the Emperor of.......... 433 Lottery Ticket-A True Story.....

350 Chivalry, Rise and Decline of, in England.... 506 Madam le Normand, The Fortune-Teller of Christian Bankrupt, The......

179
Paris ..........

435 Christianity, The, required by the Times,

Man's Familiar Companions.......

77 68, 275, 467, 563 M'Clintock, Dr. John, Sketch of.....

1 Court, My First Visit to (from the German of Starke)..

516

Mete for Mete-Exemplification of Retributive Justice.......

346 Crystal Palace, New-York.......................

80

Methodism, Elements of the Success of........ 162 Denials of St. Peter, Gospel Harmonies of... 533 Mesmerism-Electro Biology-Curious ExDies Iræ............

123
amples.......

56 Disease, Mental-Byron, Scott, Leland....... 48 Middle Ages, Drama in..

..221, 367 Treatment of...

237
Mind, Presence of.........

274 Drowning, Sensations in..........

335 Mississippi Bubble....

.297, 396, 500 Duelists, The Two--Haldene and Lord Mississippi Swamp, Crossing the, in 1818...... 356 Camelford

443 Mississippi Valley, Discovery and ExploraDuke of Wellington at Church..... 512 tion of.....

414 Durbin, Rev. Dr., Letter from.. ....... 376 Morals, English, at the Beginning of the Eden, the Garden of-What and where is it? 427

Last Century..

271 Editor's Table .......

Music, its History and Influence................ 153

.............85, 181 Editorial Notes........

377 Napoleon, Recollections of the Youth of...... 35 Edme Champion ..... 555 | Nineveh, a Day in.............

247 Egyptian Magic, Wonders of....

448 Eisenach, The Singer of...........

Orphan Asylum, New-York..

105 156 Colored....

295 English Critics and American Authors....... 375 Erromanga, The Martyr of... 145 Poe, Edgar Allen, Sketch of.......

193 Euthanazy, Last Days of Bishop Henderson. 452 Poem, An Old New Year's..

47 Dr. Hammond.....

358
Nature's Farewell.......

46+
Sir Matthew Hale...........
536 The Ancient Mansion..

553 Eye, The.........

349
The Dumb Child....

424 The Flowers of God.

532 Feathered Tribe-Lions, Tigers, and Hyenas

The Prisoner of Guizor......

519 of the...........

213 Five Points........ .................169, 267,

Poetic Pictures - The Chained Bible........... 16 376

Poe's Poem of the Bells.................... 73 Forefathers, Homes of our.. 407

137 Friends, Our Two-A Matrimonial Sketch... 242

Poetry, Bennett's.....
Cheer up.......

175 Germany, Adventures in the Snow in........ 229 In Memoriam.....

104 Gold-Digging Mania, Final Catastrophe of.. 537 Lady Mary-A Thought.....

318 Gospels, Undesigned Coincidences in...... 445

Sonnet-Tasso...

413 Guizot, The Wife of–Her Life and Writings 145 The Cottage Home......

104 221 The Dying Father.....

266 Gutta Percha, Growth and Introduction of... 504 The Dying Flower........

239

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Poetry, The Indian Spirit Gathering.......... 162 Spinner & Co., Firm of.......

544

The Return Home (from the German). 453 Spirits, Adventures with, in Queen Eliza-

The Roes (from the German).

498 beth's Time...........

118

The Spinning Maiden's Cross............ 173

Winter

289

Taylor, Bayard, Sketch of..
47

391
Police Fish of the Ocean............... ..........

Telescope, Rosse's, Earl of........
432
Text, with a Comment......

337
Pulpit, Elements of Power in the....

425
Power, how to be acquired..........

Thought in Dreams, Rapidity of....
550

Thrift and Unthrift--A Story from Real Life 560
Religious Summary.....93, 189, 285, 382, 477, 568 Two Wesleys and Whitefield..

62
Rescue, The-Edme Champion....... 404 Tyng, Rev. Dr., Sketch of.......

313
Resignation-Hermann's Statue....

319
Revolutionary War, Personal Reminiscences 129

Useless Knowledge, Society for the Diffusion of 151
Royalty, Unexpected Interview with.. 161 Ventriloquism ....

527
Sand. Madam George--Her Books and her

Washington, New Facts Respecting his Reli-

Religion......

217

gious Character...........

66

385
Saxe, John G., Sketch of.....

307

Waterloo, Battle of

Schoolmaster, The Old-A Character... 233

Wesley, The Grandfather of...

499

Scientific Items...........

82
...........96, 192, 288, 480
Whims and Oddities, by Hood...

97

Sea, Astonishing Adventure by............ 31

Whittier, Sketch of....

Shakspeare's Melancholy

340

Window Pains, Frost on-Its Philosophy..... 52

Shrines, English........

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332

Windsor, & Visit to-Queen Victoria.......
Chertsey, C. J. Fox, Cowley's House.... 201

Witchcraft, Nature's-Reaumur and the Bees 409
Sign Painter–The Triumph of Genius........ 16+ Young, Reading for-A Leaf from my Life
Singing Birds, English.........
472

252, 440

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Dr. John M'Clintock-Portrait..

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Duke of Orleans......

299

House of Marvel..

4 Laws House, Rue de Quin Campoix............. 302

Marvel's House-Back View..

5 The Hunchback.....

303

David Garrick.....

9 Law Assissting a Lady from a Coach.......... 305

St. John's Gate....

12

Waterloo........

307

Robert Dodsley........

13 Hougoumont....

308

The Chained Bible....

16 La Haye Sainte..

309

Nathaniel Hawthorne-Portrait...

17

Stephen H. Tyng, D.D.-Portrait..

313

The Bells...........

73 Lady Mary.....

318

Montgolfier........

75 Resignation

319

Aerial Machine, invented by the Brothers John Godfrey Saxe-Portrait..

385

Montgolfier.

76 Parsonstown Castle..

391

Man's Familiar Companion, (Five Cuts) ...... 77 The Telescope on the Lawn....................... 392

New-York Crystal Palace..

80 Lord Rosse's Workshop.......

393

Whittier-Portrait.......

97 Wall for the Machinery of the Great Teles-

The Cottage Home......
10+ cope......

395
The Orphan Asylum...

105 Count d'Horn and others Murdering a Rich

Samuel Richardson

108 Broker...........

395

Johnson, Hogarth, and Richardson ........ 109 Law as Atlas.......

398

Homestead of Dr. Johnson.....

112 Lucifer's New Row-barge......

400)

Rev. Heman Humphrey, D. D.-Portrait...... 113 Gold Diggers Parading the Streets.-.

401

Dr. Dee........

118 The Rescue, Edme Champion.........

404

Dee's Show-Stone in the British Mu- The Astor Library....

408

seum.....

119 Henry Fielding.......

458

Mission Room at the Five Points...

170 Sir Joshua Reynolds..

461

The Old Brewery...

172 Bennet Langton......

431

The Spinning Maiden's Cross.

174 Topham Beauclerk...

462

The Harper.......

175 Johnson, Beauclerk, and Langton........

Edgar

Poe-Portrait.....

193 Nature's Farewell.......

464

Cowley's House-Street Front.......

201 Rembrandt's Portrait...........

181

Cowley-Portrait.....

203 The Mill.....

483

Cowley's House--Garden Front.

205 Chesterfield House....

488

Johnson's Residence, Gough-Square............ 206 Dr. Joseph Warton's Portrait....

489

Lord Lovet.........

210 | Johnson repulsed from Chesterfield's Door... 492

Chesterfield-Portrait....

211 Kettle, Hall.

496

The Condor........

213 Ellesfield......

The Lammer-Geyer....

214 Bewley Abbey.....

497

The Golden Eagle.........

215 Osney Abbey...

497

The Peregrini Falcon.......

216 Grandfather of Wesley (Portrait).

499

The Dying Father to his Daughter

266 Law drawn by Cocks....

501

View of the Five Points....

267 Neck or Nothing.....

502

Bayard Taylor-Portrait...

289

The Gutta Percha Plant.....

504

Colored Orphan Asylum.......

295 The Ancient Mansion..........

553

John Law..........

297

Edme Champion.......

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frequently shall, portraits of living and ation dress. Were it possible, we would familiar men, it is not our design to ac-whisper in each ear that we do not really company them with many biographical like his appearance. The original is a details, much less with elaborate estimates great deal preferable to the similitude. of character. This would be a delicate The real doctor presents an aspect of and an invidious task, especially in com- much more physical importance, much paratively youthful cases, where the public better digestion, and much more bonhocareer of the subject can, as yet, admit of mie, and is altogether a more “likely" man but a partial judgment. It is our purpose than the engraved doctor. Albeit, our rather to give such characters a sort of artist is not to blame—he has “ followed visible or personal introduction to our copy” faithfully. The “copy” was an readers, and the letter-press accompani- original daguerreotype, approved by the ment of the “ likeness,” except in very doctor's most intimate friends; and they advanced examples, must be barely suffi- must bear the blame, if any is alleged. cient for such an introduction.

Dr. M'Clintock is a native of PhiladelIn introducing Dr. M'Clintock to the phia, and is, we believe, about thirty-eight goodly company of our readers, we must years of age. He studied at the Wes

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leyan University under the late Presilkent in his case than in many others, came Fisk, but graduated at the University of upon him early enough to admit of sucPennsylvania, in his natiye. tuty, from cessful treatment. A voyage to Europe which institution he also received the de- and more self-indulgent habits, have quite gree of D. D.

renovated his constitution, and still prom On completing his.collegiate studies, he ise him a physique of quite aldermanic or entered the ministry: of the Methodist episcopal pretensions. He might already Episcopal Church, in the New-Jersey take his stand, without much apology, Conference. He had occupied, however, among the “florid friars” of the “good old but one or two pastoral “ appointments," times.” when he was called to a professorship in He mastered the German during his

Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. He was residence at Carlisle, and, jointly with ::only twenty-three years of age at this Professor Blumenthal, translated in 1846 ime, but his ripe scholarship fully justified and 1847 Neander’s Life of Christ. His his appointment. A writer in the Sou most important literary works however Christian Advocate, who seems to be quite were, during this period, a series of Greek familiar with Dr. M'Clintock's early life, and Latin text-books, which he comsays :

menced in connection with Professor “On reaching Carlisle, he was sent to Crooks. Four of them have been pubthe late Rev. Asbury Roszel,, then princi- lished, viz. :-First and Second Books in pal of the preparatory department. It Latin, and First and Second Books in was twilight, and Asbury was engaged in Greek. We have no hesitancy in profixing his lamps. Hearing a knock, he nouncing these volumes the best elementary said, gruffly, 'Come in.' Seeing a slight, books in Latin and Greek with which we youthful figure enter the room: Sit down are acquainted. They are based substantill I am through here,' said he, supposing tially on the method of Ollendorf, and are it was some sub' come to enter. When prepared with an exactness and discriminthrough, he turned and said, abruptly ation which cannot fail to be prized by enough, “Now, sir, what do you want?' the critical teacher. You may conceive his astonishment, when While engaged in these professional he found that this youth, with not much labors, Dr. M'Clintock was also a frequent more than a boy's down on his lip, and contributor to the “ Methodist Quarterly whom he, doubtless, had expected to have Review." His articles were distinguished the pleasure of drubbing occasionally, was by their sound sense, good taste, and to rank him by the occupancy of a profes- polished style. sor's chair. Those must have been great At the General Conference of the Methdays at Dickinson, when Durbin, then odist Episcopal Church, held at PittsEmory, Allen, M'Clintock, Caldwell, burgh in 1848, he was elected editor of Baird, and others, were there together. that publication, and, at the session of 1852, What changes have taken place in that was reëlected almost unanimously. The little circle! Durbin, Missionary Secre- periodical has assumed a commanding tary ; Allen, President of Girard College ; rank under his editorial care. It has won Baird, in the Smithsonian Institute ; for itself high consideration both in this Emory and Caldwell in the grave ; and country and in Europe, and good judges M'Clintock filling one of the most respon- hesitate not to pronounce it among the sible and influential posts in the gift of very first Quarterlies of the day. the Church."

Thus much of biographic data respecting While at Carlisle, Dr. M'Clintock oc- Dr. M'Clintock. According to our precupied, with marked success, different liminary remarks we might stop here, professional chairs. He formed there and we would do so, were it not that also habits of assiduous and systematic another hand affords us some observations literary labor, which have had no slight on more delicate points. The writer effect on his subsequent accomplished already quoted from the Southern Chrisscholarship His studies were usually tion Advocate, gives the following “pen continued till midnight, or later. He has and ink portrait” of the doctor, in regard since paid the penalty of such indiscre- to which we must resuggest the qualification in the sufferings of ill health, suffer- tion already given, respecting our engraved ings which, however, more fortunately portrait. “He is,” says this writer,

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