253 — moderation and sincerity of mes- 213 — his plan for improving convicts,
sage, 254 — its principal merit that it by labor and a system of marks, 214, 215
does not insist on a special scheme of - his experiment at Norfolk Island, its
reconstruction, 255 -- weakness of rea- terrible condition when he was appointed
sons for not extending right of suffrage governor, 216 — great change wrought,
to negroes of Rebel States, 256 - too 217, 218 — M. Marsangy's system, 220
much importance attached to formal — principles of Irish convict system,
acceptance by these States of the as stated by Sir Walter Crofton, 221
constitutional amendment prohibiting the five stages of it, quoted from Miss
slavery, 267 - duties devolving on Con- Carpenter's work, 222 - 229-— instances
gress, 258 — apparent comprehension of its marked success, 224 - 227 - good
of them, and readiness to discharge conduct of discharged convicts, gradu-
them, 259, 260.
ates of this system, 229 – 231 - decrease
Mill, John Stuart, his Positive Philosophy
of crimes and criminals in consequence,
of Auguste Comte, critical notice of, 232 - cost of keeping convicts, 233 -
275-280 - on protective tariff, 170. prison systems of different countries,
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, his Letters, 234 — value of Miss Carpenter's work,
translated by Lady Wallace, critical 234, 235.
notice of, 609 - 614.
Punchard, George, his History of Congre-
gationalism, critical notice of, 291 – 293.
Nichols, Brevet-Major George Ward, his
Story of the Great March, critical no- Robertson, Frederick W., his Life and
tice of, 312-315.
Letters, edited by Stopford A. Brooke,
critical notice of, 280 - 289.
Palfrey, John Gorham, his History of New Ruskin, John, his Sesame and Lilies, criti-
England [Abridgment), critical notice cal notice of, 306 - 312 — his opinion of
of, 638 - 640.
Giotto, 513 — his explanation of Seces-
President on the Stump, The, article on, sion War, 13.
530-544 - characteristics of President
Lincoln's public speeches, familiar dig. Saadi, his Gulistan, translated by Francis
nity, confidence in the right-mindedness Gladwin, critical notice of, 260 - 264.
of his fellow-men, honest manliness, Sabin, Joseph, his Reprints, critical notice
unconsciousness of self, 530 – 532 of, 641 - 644.
President Johnson speaks to the people Sherman and his Campaigns, by Bowman
as if they were a mob, 532 — Americans and Irwin, critical notice of, 675 – 586.
not flattered by allusions to plebeian Sibley, John Langdon, his Notices of the
origin of their President, 532- dangers Triennial and Annual Catalogues of
of popular oratory, 533 — Congress not Harvard University, critical notice of,
to blame for so long delay in maturing 318.
a policy, 535
— golden opportunity lost, Stirling, James Hutchinson, his Secret of
just after President Lincoln's death, Hegel, critical notice of, 264 – 275.
535, 536 - opinion of a nation moves Stoddard, Richard Henry, his Melodies and
slowly, 536, 537 — President's right to Madrigals, critical notice of, 644.
choose a policy, and to have it criticised, Swinburne, Algernon Charles, his Trage-
537 — weakness of attempts to "sustain dies, critical notice of, 544 - 555.
the President," 538 he assumes sec-
tional ground, 539, 540- the speech he Ward, Artemus, his Travels, critical no-
should have made to Southern delega- tice of, 586 - 592.
tions, 541 - 544.
Wells, William V., his Life of Samuel
Prison Discipline Question, The Present Adams, critical notice of, 614-619.
State of, article on, 210-235 — inferiori- Whately, Richard, his Essays on the New
ty of American prison discipline to Eng- Testament, critical notice of, 293 - 299
lish, 211 - sketch of Captain Macono- - his views on prison discipline, 213.
chie's life, and circumstances that turned Whittier, John G., his Snow-Bound, criti-
his attention to prison discipline, 211 - cal notice of, 631, 632.