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SIXTEENTH VOLUME OF THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW.
| Beche, Sir H. De la, his efforts to advance
the study of Surface Geology, 396.
wards the settlers, 340_massacre of -literary merit of their writings, 177.
Blackie, Professor, merits of his translation
271 ---attractions of Æschylus to a modern | Blindness, Milton's account of the coming
on of, 320--how far it may be considered
vantages of, 395—-maps required, shewing translation of Æschylus, 273.
specting the distribution of soils, 418. Burns and his school, 149_cottar education
rassment and bewilderment with which
settling international disputes, 9, 39. the Night of the Gospel, 157-Burns' po-
Scoresby, 447—first Expedition in 1815, song, 159_decline of Scottish song after
Carlyle, Thomas, the relation he occupies
Sterling, 371-his reason for writing this
“Life” and Archdeacon Hare's, 372
373-specimens of its rich literary merit,
376_his view of the chief end of man, 389.
able of what are called incorporating lan grammatical, 215.
Christian Life in Germany, re-awakening of,
the Church, 281 - dreadful impiety of
German radicalism, 282-origin of the Divorce, Milton's views of the law of, 317.
East India Company, Mr. Kaye's pane-
gyric on the administrative policy of, 249.
terature, 361-its all pervading influence. Britain, 537—value of the labours of Sir
ment and duties of Government Inspec-
543_Pupil-Teacher system, 544_quali.
fications and stipends, 547 — collective
gress yet made and the remedy, 555--
comparative study of language, 200 Egyptian language, causes of the degrada-
tion of, 211.
Elliott, character of his poetry, 165.
Emigration to New Zealand, 336-hints to
Fine Arts in Edinburgh, 89--works of the
the three divisions of art, 91-indivi.
portraiture and caricature, 94-specific
idealization, 95-generic idealization, 99
nian art before and after Phidias, 105–
the arbiters of artistic success ought to
ings, 111_what can teaching do? 115-
the Caracci, 117.
561_central bureaucracy of France, 563
-organisation of the legislative body,
565_vice of Universal Suffrage, 567-
-national craving for rest, 571-position
d'état, 571-usurpation and election of
lish and French capabilities, 575-bur-
real security for good Government, 585_
democracy and imperialism combined,587 India, frontier wars of, 230_further exten-
Constitution of Napoleon, 589-Pros- sion of the frontier 230_the Douranee
reach the Polar Sea by land, 453_second inconsistent with truth, 249_murder of
naghten, 255-ignominious failure of the
war, 257 - merits of Mr. Kaye's History
of the War in Afghanistan, 258.
Inner-mission of the German churches, ori-
ginated by Wichern, 287_its objects and
| Inspiration, Archbishop Whately's view of,
143_some of Greg's objections answered,
International code for the maintenance of
peace advocated, 9.
Introductions to the Scriptures, notices of
Horne's and Davidson's, 428.
Kaye, John William, his work on India re-
Languages, how distinguished from a dialect
on the one hand, and the family of lan-
guages on the other, 203_social charac-
ter of language, 205_formation of, 206–
common origin of, 229.
| Legacy duty, one of the most equitable and
Literature and Christianity, relations of, 359
-Christianity ought to be associated with
literature, 361_change in the tone of our
literature, 365 – mistaken opinion that
and theology has been wholly imported
of the importance of the literary function,
1 method of divine revelation beyond the
leled ascendency and all-pervading influ-
ence of the New Testament, 426-proof
427 – Mr. H. Horne's “ Introduction,”
428_origin of the four gospels and their
relation to one another, 429_question
of an original Aramaean Gospel of Mat-
thew, 432-epistles of the New Testa-
440—the apocalypse, 443.
Auckland, 247-his murder, 255.1
Magnetic Pole discovered by Sir John Ross, inaugural address of M. Victor Hugo,
14-expenditure of Europe on the main-
tenance of armies, 16-Frankfort Con-
by Sir David Brewster, 26.
habitual seriousness his great character- existence of a Polar Basin, 486.
-bad effects of High Church bigotry, 354. Richardson, Sir John, his first Land Jour-
Journey, 458_Expedition in search of
Sir John Franklin, 468.
archy" reviewed, 119_his theory of mi. Ross, Sir John, his first Arctic Expedition
his Searching Expedition, 478.
Russian designs upon India, 234.
Sanscritic languages, their chief character-
istic is their synthetic power, 221.
Scott, David, his works slowly appreciated,
Scottish song, decline of, after the time of
Burns, accounted for, 159-importance
of popular song-literature, 181.
Scripture passages objected to by Newman
Shah Soojah, expulsion from the throne
and attempts to regain it, 273.
Shuttleworth, Sir James Kay, value of his
labours in the cause of Popular Educa-
Smibert's Widow's Lament, 160.
established in 1815, 6-first Peace Con cultural geology, 392, 407.
influence of Coleridge upon his reli- 1
became Christian, classified according to
the origin and object, 39, note.
Webster, Dr. Noah, originated the first
Peace Society, 6.
Wesley and Methodism, by Isaac Taylor,
506 sketch of the character, qualifi-
cations and labours of John Wesley, 507
--of Whitefield, 510 — important ser-
thodism, 515_doctrinal 'tenets of Me-
thodists, distinction between Evangelical
ism, 519-an itinerant as compared with
a fixed ministry, 522_relation of the
consent of the flock necossary to the for-
mation of the pastoral relation, Hooker's
stitute, 533-Methodism of the time com-
pense of indirect taxation. L ing, 535.
| Whitefield, sketch of his character and
Wichern, Dr., founder of the Inner-Mis-
berg Conference, 287.
“ Rhymes and Recollections of a Hand- cating his continuance of the income tax,
67, 71-scheme of taxation suggested to
factory workers, 180.
Zealand, New, emigration to, previous to
minerals, 349_ the Maori race, 349-the
guage, 352--susceptibility to religious
disastrous results of Bishop Selwyn's
Otago and Canterbury, 357.
EDINBURGH: T. CONSTABLE, PRINTER TO HER MAJESTY.