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THE

NATIONAL

QUARTERLY REVIEW

EDITED BY

EDWARD I. SEARS, A, M., LL, D,

JUNE AND SEPTEMBER, 1865.

VOL. XI.

"Pulchram est bene facere reipublicæ, etiam bene dicere haud absurdum est."

NEW YORK:

EDWARD I. SEARS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.

1865.

Cillot Kili Lidah!

ENTERED according to Act of Congress, in the year 1865, by

E. I. SEARS,

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, in and for the Southern

District of New York.

INDEX

TO THE

ELEVENTH VOLUME

OF THE

National Quarterly Review.

Clark

of England, ib.the Gauls rank first in juris-
Arcos, Santiago, his La Ptata noticed, 393-4.

prudence, 76-lawyers required to be court-
Arnold, Matthew, his Essays reviewed, 401-5.

eous, 77-O'Conor not a politician, 78-sketch

of his life, 79 et seq.-_first appearance in law
Bible, Modern Correctors of, article on, 119–

reports, 84-greatest cases, 86-7—the Cali-
translators not often men of genius, 20.-trans-

fornia quicksilver mine, 87_arguments
lation of the Bible difficult, 120-most accurate

against the negro, 88-greatest merits as an
translations by the Jews, ib.-Greek versions

orator, 89, et seq.
and editions, ib.--Septuagint most correct,
121-of the Latin, the new Vulgate the best, Comptroller's Report reviewed, 417, 418.
122 et seq. -no authority for new translation,
ib.-King James' translation, ib.--crticisms Criminals, American female, article on, 268-
on different translations, 126 et seq.--Final American treatment of women, ib.-women
Committee not final, ib.

in primitive state, 269—influence of German

and Gallic women, ib.-Ancient Britons?
Banking System, United States, Past and Pres.. usage of women, 270-consulted women on

ent, article on, 51-paper currency, is national questions, ib.--as civilization advan-
banks and branches, i.-circulation, ib. - ces," woman's rights” fall into Uisuse, ib
New York state paper, 52-resolution of women sign charters, ib._and sit in parlia-
Congress, A. D. 1832, 53 – history of bank ment, 271-privileges of abbesses, i.-in-
circulation, 54-United States Bank estab- fluence of Alice Perrers, ib.-writ of Edward
lished, ib.—bank issues, 55—fluctuations of III., 272_offices filled by women, 273—John
paper currency, ib.-bank note circulation, 56 Knox opposes woman's rights, 274-women
-convulsions of New York and other State have a voice in parliament, ib.-privileges
57-banks, suspension of payment, ib.-banks of peeresses, 275-ladies in the House of Com.
not the sole cause of busines catastrophes, mons, 276_Lord Shaftesbury denounces them
60_the true measure of value, ib.-actual 277-Victoria as a sovereign, ib.-them

expenditure in 1862, io.-effect of the war, French Republicans represent woman as their
che mi conditions

upon which the banks would idol, i treat her without mercy,279 et seq.-
give relief, 64-amount of capital necessary Jews, Greeks, and Romans punish woman
67-corporate powers granted, ib.—boards of as man, 280—female criminals of different
directors, ib.-rate of interest and discount, countries, 280 et seq.-false gallantry in
69—associations in nineteen cities, ib.-quar- France, ib.-increased crime, 281-Louis XIV.
terly reports, ib.- expense of printing, ib. impartial, 281-4-case of Madame Tiquet, i.
shares taxable, 70-associations failing, ib. -case of Nannette, 286—her confession, 287
-depositories of public money, i. - First et seq.- salutary effect of her execution, ib.-
National Bank, 72-aggregate capital, 2.- deathblow to false gallantry in Spain, ib.
number of nationa banks, ib.--the system case of Mendieta, 288-91–Madame Gottfried,
born of the rebellion, ib.

291-her confession, ib -justice made a farce

of by our jurymen, 296 et seq.-woman found
Bar, New York, Charles O'Conor, 73-legal guilty, as man, should suffer equally, ib.
profession worthy of bonor, ib.-study of, 74

respect due only to the virtuous and good, 279.
-Demosthenes and Cicero regarded as mem-
bers of the bar, ib.-jurisprudence suffers Cicero, negative character of, article on, 297-
like other sciences, ib.-France next to Rome character the sum total of the man,' 298–
in the legal profession, 75—the law language old Roman character viewed as forming a

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