Arcos, Santiago, his La Ptata noticed, 393-4.
of England, ib.-the Gauls rank first in juris-
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, ib.-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,
1.-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, ib.- national questions, ib. as civilization advan-
banks and branches, i.-circulation, ib. ces, " woman's rights” fall into disuse, 20-
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, ib.-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, i.--actual 277_Victoria as a sovereign, ib.--them
expenditure in 1862, ib.-effect of the war, French Republicans represent woman as their
1.-conditions upon which the banks would idol, it-treat her without mercy,279 et seqm
give relief, 64-amount of capital necessary, Jews, Greeks, and Romans punish woman
67-corporate powers granted, i.-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, 26.-quar- France, ib.-increased crime, 281-Louis XIV.
terly reports, 26.-expense of printing, ib.- impartial, 281-4_case of Madame Tiquet, ib.
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, ib.- 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