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passage as it stands is to place the fortified camp of Agathocles in a position it never could have occupied. The elevated ground, of which the Hill of St. Louis forms the southern extremity, continues along the coast for three or four miles in the direction N. N. E. The marshy ground to the S. W., on the contrary, extends as far as the low hills upon one of which the Kazbah or Citadel of Tunis now stands; and it was upon these low hills to the W. of Carthage, and not on those previously mentioned, that the camp of Agathocles was placed.

No. CCXXXIII, will be published in January, 1862.

INDE X.

A
Agriculture of France, 348 – M. Lavergne's account of its progress,
350 — Turgot's reforms, 351 — tithes and seignorial charges, 352

- the Nord, 357 — beet-root sugar, 358 — 'Isle of France,' 360
— the Loire, 361 — Maine and Anjou, 363 — the South, 365 —

central France, 366 - Berri, 367.
Albany, Countess of, the last Stuarts, and Alfieri, 145 — Chevalier
St. George, 146 - Charles Edward, 147 — Miss Walkingshaw, 149

Princess of Stolberg, 151—at Rome, 153— Alfieri at Florence,
154 — his tragedies, i57-the Countess throws off the Pretender,
160 — Alfieri's conduct, 162 — death of the Pretender, 168 —
relations of Alfieri and the Countess, 169 — visit to England, 171

- M. Fabre, 178 — Musée Fabre, 181.
Allocuzione detta dalla Santita di N. S. Papa Pio IX. nel Concis-

toro Segreto del 18 Marzo 1861, reviewed, 233.
America, Disunion of, 556 — Mr. Ellison's views, 557 — Dr. Lem-

priere's paradoxes, ib. — State sovereignties and Federal sove-
reignty, 561 — Mr. Lincoln, 563 — 'secessions,' 564 — Mr. Rawle,
565 - Mr. Motley, 566 — Senator Douglas, 567 — Mr. Jay's state-
ments, 568 – Buchanan, 569 – dilemma of the Federal Govern-
ment, 571 – grievances of the seceding States, 574 — territorial
dominion, 575 - English &version to the war, 579 - Mr. Jay and

the Royal Proclamation, 583 - privateering, 585.
Arnold, M., his Popular Education of France, &c., reviewed, 1.
Austin, John, his life, 460.

B
Beulé, M., his Fouilles à Carthage, reviewed, 65.
Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, her Poems, reviewed, 513 — Prome-
theus Bound,' 516 — the Seraphim,' 521 — Drama of Exile,' 522

- "Rhapsody of Life's Progress,' 525 — lyrical efforts, 527 –
• Aurora Leigh,' 530 — Casa Guidi Windows,' 531 — 'Poems

before Congress,' 532 — character of her writings, ib.
Buckle, H. T., his History of Civilisation in England, reviewed, 183

Spain and Scotland, 186 — theological superstition, 187
physical description of Spain, 188 — earthquakes, 189 — history
of Spain, 192 — Mr. Buckle's version of the history of Scotland,
200 — Church of Scotland, 206 — its literature, 209.

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Caballero, Fernan, her novels reviewed, 99.
Campe, Dr., his Reliquien von Albrecht Dürer, reviewed, 39.
Carthage, political relations of, 66 — Aristotle, 68 - site of the city,

71 - Lake of Tunis, 72 — Bosra, 75 — Dakhul Bashir, 76 —
Agathocles' campaign, 78 - elephants in warfare, 80 - Hill of
St. Louis, 81 cisterns, 82 - the triple wall, 84 — Hill of Burj-
Jedeed, 86 - the Cothon, 90 — M. Beulé's investigations, 91
Jebel Khawi, 94 - literature, 97 - site of Agathocles' camp, 589.

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Cavour, Count Camillo, his death and character, 269.
Church History of Scotland, 394 – Mr. Cunningham's work, 395

Principal Lee's, 396— Culdee and Romanist priests, 400
Diocesan_Episcopacy, 402 — Catholicism in Scotland, 403
Scottish Reformation, 404 — Church of Scotland, 406 — Morton's
Tulchan Episcopacy, 408 — Melville's opposition, 409 - Spottis-
woode, 411 — Sharp, 412 - Leighton, 413 — Mr. Buckle on the
theology of Scotland, 414 — William III. and Principal Carstairs,
418 - Moderatism,' 420 — Leslie controversy, 422 — Thomson

and Chalmers, 423 ecclesiastical revolution of 1813, 424.
Church Reformation in Italy, 233 — King of Italy and Court of

Rome, ib. - Gioberti and Rosmini, 237 – Cinque Piaghe della
Chiesa,' 238 Rosmini and Pius IX., 244. La Stresa, 246 —
the Benedictines, 250 — the Capuchins, 251 — Faber's Devotion
to the Pope,' 254 — Gli Ordini Religiosi e l'Italia,' 255 — Döl-
linger's Lectures, 256— Passaglia's ideas, 258 — Count Cavour's
declaration, 263 — The Pope's Allocution, 266 — La Questione
Italiana,' 268 — Count Cavour's death and character, 269

Letter from Monte Cassino, 277.
Cunningham, Rev. J., Church History of Scotland, reviewed, 394.

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Dasent, G. W., The Story of Burnt Njal, reviewed, 425.
Davis, Dr. N., his Carthage and her Remains, reviewed, 65.
Discours du Comte de Cavour, et Discussion à la Chambre des

Députés sur la Question de Rome, reviewed, 233.
Du Chaillu, Paul B., his Explorations and Adventures in Equa-

torial Africa, reviewed, 212 - geography of Africa, 212 — his
discoveries, 213 – Fan country, 218 — charges against him, 219 —

contradictions and inconsistencies, 222 — the gorilla, 228.
Dürer, Albert, Literary Remains of, 39—Heller, 40—Dr. Eye, 41 —

Dr. Campe's 'Remains,' 41 — Dürer's memoir, 41 — portraits, 45
Pirkheimer, 46 —Melancholia,' 48 —earliest wood-engravings, 49
- Raphael, 50 — Prayer Book of the Emperor Maximilian,' 50
- sketch-book at Nüremberg, 55 - Erasmus and Luther, 57 -
Luther's imprisonment, 60 — last pieces, 64 — Proportion,' ib.

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Education Minute, the New, 588. See Popular Education.
Ellison, Thomas, his Slavery and Secession in America, reviewed, 556.
English Jurisprudence, 456 — object of jurisprudence, 457 – Mr.
Austin's definitions, 460 — Positive Morality, 463 — Mr. Maine's

Ancient Law,' 474 — fictions, equity, and legislation, 475 -
Roman Law, 476 — law of nature, 477 — Mr. Maine's inquiries,

481 - Positivist theories, 481 – jurisprudence and morals, 485.
Eye, Dr., his Leben und Wirken Albrecht Dürer's, reviewed, 39.

F
Faber, Dr. F. W., his Devotion to the Pope, reviewed, 233.
Falbe, C., Recherches sur l'Emplacement de Carthage, reviewed, 65.
Franks, A. W., his Recent Excavations and Discoveries on the Site

of ancient Carthage, reviewed, 65.

H
Heller, J., his Leben und Werke Albrecht Dürer's, reviewed, 39.
Hessey, Dr. J. A., his Sunday, its Origin, History and present Ob-

ligations, reviewed, 535 — Sabbatarian and Dominical theories,
536 – Dr. Nicholas Bownde, 539 — Sunday in Scotland, 541 —
origin of the Sabbath, 545 – question of Apostolical authority,
550 Constantine's famous decree, 554.

J
Jay's, Mr, his “The Great Conspiracy and England's Neutrality,'
reviewed, 556.

L
La Costituzione secondo la Giustizia Sociale, reviewed, 233.
La Questione Italiana nel Novembre 1860, reviewed, 233.
Lavergne, L. de, his Economie Rurale de la France, reviewed, 348.
Lee, Rev. Dr., his Lectures on the History of the Church of Scot-

land, &c., reviewed, 394.
Lempriere, Charles, bis American Crisis considered, reviewed, 556.
Lockhart, Rev. Father, Life of Very Rev. A. Rosmini, reviewed, 233.

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Macaulay, Lord, his History of England (Fifth Volume), reviewed,

279 - The New Examen,' 287 – Marlborough, 289 — Sackfield,
292 Godolphin, 294 — massacre at Glencoe, 296 — Claverhouse,
ib. - execution of John Brown, 299 — standing army, 307 -
crown lands, 308— Lord Clancarty, 309— Partition Treaty, 311

-death-bed scene of William, 316.
Maine, H. S., bis Ancient Law, reviewed, 456.
Malle, Dureau de la, his Topographie de Carthage, reviewed, 65.
Massari, G., his Della Riforma Cattolica della Chiesa, reviewed, 233.
Montalembert, Count, his Deuxième Lettre à M. de Cavour, re-

viewed, 233 - his Les Moines d'Occident, depuis Saint Benoît
jusqu'à Saint Bernard, reviewed. 318—monasticism and the Papacy,
320 - Christian monachism, 324-Oriental, 326- Egyptian, 328
- Benedict, 330-Gregory the Great, 332-St. Columba, 334 -
Latin and Teutonic Christianity, 345-mediæval monasticism, 346.
Motley, J., his Causes of the Civil War in America, reviewed, 556.

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Note on Minute of the Committee of Council on Education, 588.
Note on the Topography of Caribage, 589.
Novels of Fernan Caballero, 99—La Gaviota,' 108—Pepe Vera, 113
- The Alvareda Family,' 118 — Elia,' 126—Clemencia,' 127

Una en Otra,' 128 — the writer's comic vein, ib.

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O'Briens, O'Donoghue's Memoir of, 370 — line of the O'Briens, 371

- Brian Boroimbe, 373 - Thomond, 374 - Donaldmore, ib.
Torlogh Donn, 375– policy of Henry VIII., 376 - Ireland under
Elizabeth, 380— Lord Inchiquin, 383—the Act of Settlement, 384

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Sir Daniel O'Brien, ib. the Clare O'Briens, 386 — Charles O'Brien, 387 —Sir Lucius O'Brien of Dromoland, 388. O'Donoghue, J., Historical Memoir of the O'Briens, reviewed, 370.

P Paget, J., his New Examen, or an Enquiry into the Evidence relat

ing to certain Passages in Lord Macaulay's History, reviewed, 279. Popular Education in England, 1-Report of Royal Commission,

2_Committee of Education, 6–centralisation, 10-school buildings, 11 — training colleges, 12 – pupil-teachers, 14 — results of the system, 17 — certificated schoolmasters, 23 - Mr. Arnold on French schools, 27—capitation grant, 28 — supply of books, 30

Mr. Senior's axioms, 32-educational endowments, 34. Porson, Richard, 130 – English scholarship, ib. - Bentley, 131 —

Watson’s ‘Life,' 132 — Walter Whiter, 133 — Letters to Travis,' 141 - Porson and Bentley, 143 - English and German Latin, ib.

R Report of the Commissioners on the State of Popular Education in

England, reviewed, 1. Reumont, A. von, his Die Gräfin von Albany, reviewed, 145. Revolution of the Hundred Days, 486 — Napoleon's professions, 488

Constitution of the Hundred Days, 493 – the Additional Act, 494 — Benjamin Constant and Sismondi, 496 — Napoleon's pacific declarations, 498 – Congress of Vienna, 500 - Wellington and Talleyrand, 502 – Thiers' view of the state of parties in France, 506 — Marshal Ney, 508 — Fouché and Metternich, 511.

S Senior, Nassau, his Suggestions on Popular Education, reviewed, 1. Skeats, H. S., his Popular Education in England, reviewed, 1. Smith, G., his Irish History and Irish Character, reviewed, 370. Story (The) of Burnt Njal, 425—polity of Iceland, 427—its literature, 429—“The Woof of War,' 435 – story of ‘Burnt Njal,' ib.

state of Icelandic society, 415 — credibility of the Saga, 446– religion of the Icelander, 449 — Icelandic law, 450 — home of the Icelandic chief, 452 — Icelandic money, 453 — Mr. Dasent's estimate of the work, 454.

T
Thiers, M. A., Histoire de Consulat et de l'Empire, reviewed, 486.

W
Watson, Rev. J. S., his Life of Richard Porson, reviewed, 130.

END OF VOL. CXIV.

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