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Protestant Church, oppress the poor, the abolition of church-rates would
assessment ought to influence the con-
nature of the proposition to abolish
ment is number over property, 90. Fearn, Mr John, his letter expressive of
No. I. Campaigns in India, 1-storming of the Metaphysician, 265.
Fictitious Votes, on, 375–Object of the
form Bill, 377-all votes founded on
Duke of Wellington, and Christmas cordance with the Reform Bill, 378-
What does the Whig clamour on this
subject mean? 385-are they prepared
to meet the question of l’niversal Suf-
frage ? ib.
vention contrasts favourably with Bri.
Delta, I. the complaint of Harald the not the pacification of Spain, 280-
mate triumph of the Christinos would
not preserve Spain from republicanism,
to support the war in Spain, 285–loss
Griselda, the Clerke's tale, remade from Metyphysician, the, No. VIII, reasoning,
Ministry and the people, the workhouse
toun's letter, containing Strictures on hours' bill, 836.
two great eras of French Prose Litera.
Europe during the 15th, 16th, and 17th Writers compared, 717- Madame de
Staël and Chateaubriand compared,
that work given, 718 --- Dix Années
the Greek of Musæus. By F. T. Price, passages of Chauteaubriand quoted,
719 - Finest passages of Madame de
committee on arts, and their connexion Sir Walter quoted, 724-Sir Walter
with manufactures, considered, 183, 343. compared with Madame de Staël and
Spanish Conspiracy against Venice, con- Mont Blanc, lines addressed to it, 274.
Mountain Deca on, the tragical pas.
the Greek of Homer, by F. T. Price, lands of Scotland reviewed by the Eng-
lish, through the writings of Scott, ib.
-prose and poetry, 120.
would have been spoken in the House Napoleon in Council, Review of Pelet's
Part II. Chap. I. of the fight about the Our two Vases, an article containing nu-
old Contributor, 523,
Pericles and Aspasia, No. I., 289, No.
Picture Gallery, 795.
No. I., 18.
Price, F. T., his translations of Hero and
proving Malthus' fundamental proposi- 267-_ of the Epigrams of. Theocritus,
443 - from Bion and Moschus, 436--
Frederick Von Raumer, professor of ib., 302—the Radicals, 303- the Ra-
dicals would establish a Democracy,
by Annual Parliaments, ib.--Universal
Suffrage, 304- Vote hy Ballot, ib. –
tions on the present state of Ireland, --character of the National Associa-
tion of Ireland, by Sir - Francis Mac-
the Repeal of the Union, quoted, 307
of evil, 309-imbecile remarks of Lord
Melbourne, on the National Association, mended in a note, ib.-money mania
apparent and real capitals of the Eng-
lish Joint Stock Banks, 153-present
Man's Grave, being an account of a don and Westminster Joint Stock Bank
Visit to Sierra Leone, reviewed, 693. founded on the system of commissions,
domestic system has been on the eve of
of the United States, 157--building-
Conspiracy against Venice considered, the enormous exports from England,
France and America in 1834 and 1835,
accounted for, and the consequent con-
England explained, 160-Direction of
the better, 161 -- its conduct to the Nor-
the House of Lords upon the Irish Mu- commended, in a note, ib.-monctary
ed to, by the political agitation, foment-
ed by the Whig Radical Government,
Whigs, the-the Radicals - the Middle
Classes and the People, 553-social
struggle, edepicted, ib. commercial
social struggle, 554–no heavier curse
to a country than an incapable Ministry,
- Lord John Russell, 555-of the Ul-
tra Radicals, Joseph Hume, instanced,
557-character of the Parliamentary
the French Revolution, ib. - should
reviewed, 1, 200-his portrait by Al- ballot in the House of Commons would
lid objection to its adoption by the
declaration of Sir Francis Burdett, to sion will come to aggravate the perils of
the Rural Police System, will effect that
fected with republicanism, 571-con-
of the Committee of the House of Com- indicative of industrial convulsions, 572.
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