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INDEX TO VOLUME CXLV.

L'ANY,

291.

IBERDEEN, Lord, and the Crimean War, 164. Cadiz Constitution, overthrow of the, in 1823.
Achilles, shield of, peculiarity of, 46.

72.
Ad. ms succeeds Washington as President of Campbell's, Lord, Act for compensating families
the United States, 262.

of persons killed by railway accidents, 89.
Adrianople, the peace of, 285; treaty of, 288. Canning, Lord, first viceroy in India, 224; his
gora, the, at Mycenæ, 36.

reply to Sir James Mackintosh, 160.
royd, Mr., church at Haley Hill, Halifax, 184 ; Carlyle, on Wilhelm Meister,' 82 ; on the 'He-
is other gifts to the church, ib.

lena'in Faust,' 83.
Asto's 'Orlando Furioso,' 8; spirit of irony, Carvers and gilders, health of, 54.

Children, death-rate among, 51.
totle, the prophetic exponent of a limited Church, the, in West Riding, 174; increase of
and regenerated democracy, 64; foresight of population, 175; numerous dialects, ib.; John
a constitutional government, 150.

Crosse, ib; Hammond Roberson, 176; Henry
7. pold's, Matthew, discourse on · Equality,' 156. Venn and William Grimshaw, ib. ; their iodif-
Art, Italian, dissociated from religion, 18.

ference to the authority of the Church, 177 ;
Athens, democracy in, 62 ; under Pericles, 63 ; irreverence, Dissent, 177, 178; Church exten-
system of government, 150.

sion promoted by Bishop Longley, 178; and

popular education, ib.; Dr. Hook, 179 ; Method-
BAKER, Colonel J., on emigration into Bulgaria, ism, 180; Church Extension Society at Leeds,

182; at Bradford, 183; at Sheffield, 184;
Bakers, effect of their occupation on health, 54. church restoration, 185 ; sums expended, 186 ;
Banns, marriages by, increase of, 57.

baptisms and confirmations, ib.; increase of
Baptist churches in Yorkshire, annual report of, contributions, ib. ; effect of the Education Act
190.

of 1870, 187; lavish expenditure of the School
Bartolmèss, M., describes Giordano Bruno, 193. Board, ib.; Sunday-schools, 188; Church in-
Bessarabia, retrocession of, 299.

stitutes, ib. ; influence of Church progress on
Bill of rights, the, 151.

Dissent, ib; Congregationalism, 180;: Bap-
Bisset, Mr., .Omitted Chapters in the History of tists, 190; church missions, 191 ; choral ser-
England,' 251.

vices, ib.
Boccaccio, absence of an heroic element in his Clergy, health of the, 54.
writings, 7.

Clive's, Lord, policy in India, 221 ; obtains
Bowls, Phænician, 43; from Cyprus, 39, 43; three imperial charters from Shah Alum, ib.
Italy, 43.

Cock-fighting prohibited by the Long Parlia-
Brake-power, its importance in railways, 94. ment, 248.
Bright's, Mr., speech at Manchester on the gov Commonwealth, the, legislation of the, 238; first
ernment of India, 232.

act of the Long Parliament, 239; coinage, ib.;
• Britannia' training-ship, course of study, 212. new great seal, ib. ; gunpowder and salt petre,
Bruno, Giordano, 192 ; birth, 193 ; enters the 239, 240; Act abolishing any temporal juris-

Order of the Dominicans, ib. ; flight from diction to persons in holy orders, 240; assess-
Naples to Rome, 194 ; at Geneva, ib.; at Tou ment on behalf of wounded soldiers, widows
louse, ib. ; at Paris, ib.; at the French ambas. and orphans, ib. ; the Directory substituted for
sador's in London, 195 ; lectures at Oxford, ib. ; the Prayer-book, 241 ; baptisms, 242; cele-
contrasts the masters and scholars with bration of marriage, ib.; provisions for burial,
English gentlemen, ib.; his paradoxes and ib.; singing of psalms, ib. ; removal of altars,
patrons, 196 ; condemned as an apostate, ib. ; &c., 243; payment of titles, ib. ; upholding
his Platonic philosophy, 197; habit of satire and keeping all parish churches and chapels,
and invective on the Church, ib. ; hatred for 244; Society for propagating the Gospel in
the papacy, 198; character described, ib. ; New England, ib.; observance of the Lord's
burnt at Rome, ib.

day, 244, 245; Saints' days abolished, 245 ;
Bulgarian peasant, the, prosperity and indepen. violations of the moral law, 246 ; control of
dence of, 290.

the press, ib. ; the 'Areopagitica,' ib.; unli-
Burke, on the character of the Renaissance in censed or scandalous pamphlets, ib.; preserva-
England, 12; on the •Cabal,' 153.

tion of literary treasures, 247; suppression of
Butchers, mortality among, 53.

stage-plays and interludes, ib.; fiddlers or
Butler's - Analogy,' Professor Tyndall's misap minstrels, 248; horse-racing, cock-fighting,
prehension of, 25.

ib.; the law of marriage and registration, ib. ;

appointment of surveyors of the highways,
CACCINI, the monk, his sermon against Galileo, 248, 249 ; union of parishes for spiritual pur-
202.

poses, 249; the well-governing of the univer-

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