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INDEX TO THE ECLECTIC MAGAZINE. VOL. IX.
Heriot, George-Dublin University Mag., 65
vl. The CossEQUENCE OF DRIVING THINGS OFF,
Head, Sir Francis B. on America, - Quar.
by J. J. Chalon,-engraved by Sartain.
2. The DiscoNSOLATE, by G. S. Newton,-en-
History of Our Own Times,- Eclectic Re-
graved by Sartain.
3. THE Water Dipper, by Westall,-engrav.
Hume, David, and David Nasmyth,-Eclec-
ed by Sartain.
14. Portrait or Leigu Hunt, from a Miniature
Hunt, Leigh - Tait's Magazine,
Horses Foot, Miles on the,– Quarterly
by Margaret Gillies,-engraved by Sartain.
Age of Pitt and Fox,- Eclectic Review, 124
Almanacs, The Oldest of All,-Dublin Uni Indian Tribes, Sketches of— Foreign Quar-
Africa, Southern Travels in, — Rritannia,
Arago, the Philosopher,-Dublin Universi-
Lawyers, Eminent, Lives of,- Edinburgh
Lytton, sir Edward Bulwer, Tait's Mag., 71
Borneo, and the Indian Archipelago, -Ed.
Bunting, Jabez, the Wesleyan Leader, - Ec-
492 Macintosh, Sir James, Glance at the Works
of,— Tait's Magazine,
Macintosh, Sir James,' Works of,-'North
Cabal, Ham House in the Days of the,
403 Magnetism, Researches on,-Westminster
Colton, Author of Lacon,
Cuvier, Retrospective Gleanings, 473 Mary Beatrice, of Modena, Life of;--Lite:
McKenney and Hall's Sketches of Indian
Danish Story Book,
Tribes,– Foreign Quarterly Review,
D'Arhlay, Madame, Court and Literary Re:
Microscope, and its Revelations,— Foreign
collections of,- Literary Garette,
Quarterly and Westminster Review,
D'Ewes, Sir Simonds, and Long Parliament,
Montaigne in the Cradle, Nursery and Col.
Dog, History of the, - Eclectic Review,
lege, -Fraser's Magazine,
Dickens', Charles, Travelling Letters, 109, 190
Montgomery, James, — Tait's Magazine,
Dost Mohammed, Khan of Kabul,- Tuit's
MISCELLANY : Scraps for the Curious, 40; Colo-
nization of the Holy Land, 93; Anecdote of Ad.
miral Hopson,-Anecdote of Louis Philippe,-
Low Sunday,-Fry Testimonial, 142; The Law-
“ Ecrivain Public,"— Fraser's Magazine,
262 Harmonicon ; Family Mathematics, 146; Con.
English Poets, Preachers, and Politicians,
jecture of a New Planet, - Junius' Manuscripts,
-Protection of Literature,- Rare Collection of
Evenings with Our Younger Poets, Dublin Old Plays,-Birthday of Tycho Brahe,- An Afri.
391 can Expedition,-Gradual Rise of Newfoundland
above the Sea, 148; Dickens and Mrs. Trollope
in Russia,—Ascent of Mont Blanc,-Original Min-
Foster, Jolin, Life and Correspondence of,
iature of Oliver Cromwell,-New Sign of Death,
— British Quarterly Reviero,
293 -Louis Buonaparte, 286; Scraps from Purch, 290;
Fox and Pitt, Age of, .
Baths and Wash houses for the Poor,-Self Con-
fidence a Duty,– Passive Resistance, -Supply of
Water to Rome and London, 291 ; Expedition to
Ham House, in the days of the Cabal- Fra South America,-Death of Charles Buck, Esq.,
403 -Vital Statistics of the Metropolis,- The Dau-
Heavens, System of the, as reveal.zd by phin of Fran'e,-Der Freishuiz Again,-A Kiss
Lord Rosse's Telescopes,— Tait's Mag., 231 for a Blow, 292; The Camel and the Needle's
Eye, 334 ; Fate and Providence, 390 ; Paragraphs Portrait, The,
from Punch, 434 ; An Example to Employers,- POETRY: Spinning of the Shroud-Let the
We must Invade Ireland,--Young Ireland on the World Frown, 143; First Grief-Birthday
Distress, 435; Mohammed Ali and his Family, Thoughts, 144; The Mother's Grave—The
Lord Rosse's Telescope, 436; American Nick Grave in the City, 145; To-Night-Lay of a
names,-Nature not a Utilitarian,-Retirement of New Era-My own Home, 287; La Fata Mor-
Mr. Tait, 567 ; What can be done for Mexico, gana—The Three Preachers, 288; Farewell
571 ; A Dead Man Dining-Lady Londonderry's Song, 289; The Dying Painter-Weep Not,
presentation to the Sultan--Lord Stowell, 572; 430; The Faithful Heart—Not to Myself
The Danish Poet, Herr Andersen, 573; Conse Aloue, 431; The Woodman-Flowers_The
quences of Smoking--Statue of O'Connell-Va. Watcher on the Tower, 432; Love's Seasons-
rieties of Jealousy- Recreation for the People, Mother's Resignation-Death Bed, 433; To
574; Tales for the Marines--Guizot and the the Dove-Hero and Leander, 568; What
Spanish Marriages--The Slavishness of Free shall be the End of These Things-Napoleon,
men--Droll Typographic Accident, 575: Illu. The World a Sepulchre—The First
sions often the seed of Realities—Remarkable Grey Hair-A Love Dream, 570.
Researches on Magnetism, :
Napoleon, Last Recollections of, -Black. Rector's Daughter, - Fraser's Magazine, 417
Nasmyth, David, and David Hume, 356 Retrospective Gleanings,-Fraser's Mag. 470
Russia under Nicholas,-North British Re-
Oldest of All Almanacs,-Dublin Universi-
Our Own Times, History of,- Eclectic Re: SELECT List of RECENT PUBLICATIONS : 148,
Sealsfield, Charles, Writings of,—Foreign
Paris in 1846,---Dublin University Magazine, 214 Suchet,-Retrospective Gleanings,
Parliament, the Long, and Sir Simonds
Switzerland, and Swiss Churches,— Tait's
Peru, Sketches of Foreign Quarterly and System of the Heavens as revealed by Lord
484 Rosse's Telescopes,- Tait's Magazine, 231
Philosophy and Philanthropy, David Hume
and David Nasmyth,
Pitt and Fox, Age of,—Eclectic Review, 124 Talleyrand, Retrospective Gleanings, 470
Poets, Preachers, and Politicians, Athe Thiers, Adolphe, The French Statesman,
281 &c -Dublin University Magazine,
Portugal and its Rulers,-Foreign Quarterly Travelling Letters, Charles Dickens', . 109, 190
206 | Travels in South Africa,-Britannia,