by Henry VIII., 352-its projector,
Linacre, 353-powers and privileges,
353, 354-distinguished persons con-
nected with, 354, 355-reputation
extended to foreign countries, 356-
distinguished names on its 'Roll,'
ib.-Caius, 357-Harvey, 359, 363-
Baldwin Hamey, 364-366-J. Bast-
wick, 368-Radcliffe, 369, 371-fees,
- Mead, 372, 373- Akenside,
Garth, 374-Sir G. Baker, 375.
Pianoforte makers, 91, 92.
Pirkheimer, Willibald, friend of Albert
Dürer, 383-his letter abusing Agnes
Dürer, 390.


Polybius, 186-boyhood and early life,
187-mediates between the Greeks
and Romans, 188-character, 189-
accurate knowledge of men, 190—
political aspirations, 194-describes
Alexander the Etolian, 196-on
the Etolians and Boeotians, 197
-policy of Athens, ib.-mercenaries
in the army, 198-on Macedonian
influence in Greece, 199-justifies
Aristamus, ib.-the overthrow of
the House of Macedon, 201, 202-on
the character of the Romans, 202,
203-their want of caution at sea,
204-describes a Roman assault, 205
-banished, 208-conversation with
Scipio, 210.

Pompey, 456-his military services,
pact with Cæsar, 459-no political
creed or principle, ib.-fear of re-
sponsibility when consul, 460-ti-
midity and inability to speak his
mind, 465-described by Cicero, 466.
Pontigny, M. de, on the drum, 90.
Prince Consort, the, his complete un-

selfishness, 4-speech at Salford, ib.
-exertions in behalf of the ballast-
heavers of London, 5-on National
Education, 6-endeavour to promote
the knowledge of art, 7-on the first
Conservative Reform Bill, ib.-con-
versation with Napoleon III. at
Osborne, 9-11-sketch of the Grand
Duke Constantine, 12-treatment of
Napoleon III., 14, 15.

Principles at Stake, 568-attacks of
the Opposition, 569-Mr. Gladstone
on the conduct of the Tory Govern-
ment, 570-the Afghan debate, 571
-wars under the Whig Ministry,
572-the Afghan and Zulu wars,
573-the Eastern Question, 574-
retrenchment, 575-increase of ex-
penditure, 576-cost of army and

navy, 577-taxes remitted and im-
posed, 578-Acts affecting the health
and comfort of the people, 580-the
Education Act, 581-foreign policy,
ib.-purchase of the Suez Canal
shares, 582-policy of Liberal Go-
vernments towards Turkey, 583-
'principles' of the Whigs, 585, 586
-Reform Bill of 1832, 588-lines of
party division, 589-repeal of the
corn-laws, 592-influence of the
monied class on the policy of the
country, 593-Free Trade, 594-596
-Mr. Chamberlain's view of dis-
establishment, 598-duty of Con-
servative voters, 606.

Proverbs in the time of Polybius, 198,
199-of Nuremberg, 381.
Provincial Letters, the, 322. See


Radcliffe, Dr., his rapid success, 369-
munificent bequests, 371.
Rhodians, the, their treatment of the
Romans, 210.

Rigg, Dr., on 'National Education,' 301.
Rive, M. de la, describes Cavour as a
child, 102-as an agriculturist, 103
-on the elasticity of his nature, 107
-the articles in the Risorgimento,'

Roanney, Charlotte Gouffier de, her
sad history, 321.

Robertson, the historian, described, 261.
Rochead, Mrs., of Inverleith, described
by Lord Cockburn, 269.

Roman relics in Herefordshire, 148,
149-roads, 150.

Romans, the, their requisites for na-

tional greatness, 202-striving after
improvement, 203—want of caution
at sea, 204-mode of warfare, 205-
conduct towards Carthage, 206, 207
-towards Greece, 207-change of
policy, intrigues, 208-diplomacy,
209-arrogance, 211-constitution,
212-nobility, 213-hereditary cha-
racter of the Oligarchy, 214, 215-
supremacy, 216-conduct to the Ita-
lians, 218-citizenship, 219, 220-
system of colonies, 221.

Rosas, M. Santa, refused the last
sacrament, 122.

Russell's, Lord John, proposal for the
settlement of the Italian affairs, 17.
Russian society and religion, 439. See

Rylands, Mr., speech on the National
Expenditure, 591.



Savoy, its annexation to France, 18.
Schopenhauer on 'form' in music, 87.
Scipio's friendship with Polybius, 210
-generous character, 211.
Scotland, Radicalism of, 255-zeal of
Presbyterianism, 257-corruption of
society with the triumph of the
Covenant, 258-the Moderates and
Highflyers, 259-'new lights,' 260-
Church patronage, 263-disorder
and want of discipline, 264-effects
of the Reform Bill, 280-ecclesias-
tical strife, 281-the Wild' or
Highflying party, 282-dissent, ib.—
the Veto Act, 283-Disruption, 284
-Patronage abolished, 285-Game-
laws, 288.

Scott, Sir Walter, his Toryism, 279.
Scudamore, Sir Barnabas, governor of
Hereford, 170.

Sir John, of Horn Lacy,

Selborne, Lord, at the Winchester
Diocesan Conference, 566.
Selwyn, G. A., compared with Dean
Hook, 34-character described, 36—
early years, 56, 57-curate of Wind-
sor, 57-marriage, ib.-Bishop of
New Zealand, 58-farewell address,
59-arrival in New Zealand, 60-
expeditions in the colony, 60, 61-
diocesan fund, 61-palace, 62-
ecclesiastical system, 63-extends
his work to the Melanesian islands,
64, 65-mode of obtaining young
islanders for his college, 66-nautical
knowledge, 67-war, 67, 68-sum-
moned to attend the Lambeth Con-
ference, 69-Bishop of Lichfield, 70.
Sévigné, Madame de, on Pascal's 'Little
Letters,' 326.

Sin-eater, the, or human scapegoat, 180.
Sparta, its influence on Greece, 194.
Stanley, Dean, 'Lectures on the His-

tory of the Church of Scotland,' 286.
Suez Canal, the purchase of the shares,

Sully's account of the battle of Coutras
514 at Arques, 519-at Ivry, 524
-arranges the finances, 532.

Sun-spots, theory of, 491.
Sydenham's, Dr., medical writings.

Taxes remitted and imposed, table of
the balance, 579.
Thornbury, British encampment, 146.
Till, a deposit in Scotland, 228, 229,
231-in North America, 232.

Trade winds, cause of their existence,
240, 241.

Truck-drinking system reformed by
the Prince Consort, 5.

Tulloch, Dr., his 'Pascal,' 314-on
Madame Périer's biography, 315-
Jesuit system of morality, 331.
Turkey, policy of the Liberal Govern-
ments towards, 583.


Verax, pamphlet by, 28.

Voltaire on the Provincial Letters,”\


Weather, the, and its prediction, 489—
astro-meteorology, 491-maps, 492,
493-Mr. J. Ball's proposal, 493-
first attempt to publish a weather-
chart, 494-practical usefulness of
weather telegraphy, ib.-Mr. G.
Bennett's attempt to announce the
approach of storms in Europe, 496—
storm-warnings for seamen, 497-for
farmers and agriculturists, ib.—no-
tices in the United States, 498-
system in France, 498, 499-agricul-
tural warnings in Saxony, 499.
Webster, Dr. A., his character de-
scribed, 262, 263.

Wellington, Duke of, on the Reform
Bill, 588.

Weobley Castle, 158-Unicorn Inn at,

Willis, Dr., physician to James II,

Wilson, John (Christopher North),
described, 279.

Zero, the true, 234.




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