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INDEX

TO THE

NINETEENTH VOLUME

OF THE

FOREIGN QUARTERLY REVIEW.

Æschylus, account of his tragedies, 447.
Algiers, regency of, situation and extent,

2-only a small portion of it occupied
by the French, 2, 3-population of, 21

-the Berbers, 21-25-ihe Moors, 25,
26—considerations on the French occu-

pation of the country, 26, 27.
Algiers, city of, described, 3-houses, 4

=public establishments, 6 — coffee.
houses, 7-barbers' shops, 8-popula-
tion, ib.-Jews, 8, 9-legend of their
first arrival from Europe, 9, 10-ma-
rabouts, 10-pilgrimages to the mara-
bout of Sydi-Yakoub, 10—12-coun-
try round Algiers, 13–Druidical re-

mains, 14, 15.
Amazon, Indian, story of, 221, 222.
Angangeo, situation of, 279, 280.
Aquascalientes, in Mexico, town and baths

of, 289, 290.
Ararat, derivation of the name, 213.
Architecture, on the influence of construc-

tion on style in, 62-90-Grecian and

Italian contrasted, 377--397.
Aristocracy, English, its character as

drawn by a French writer, 58, 59.
Ark, conjectures respecting its resting-

place, 214.
Atotonilco el Grande, inn at, 271.

Berlin, architectural college at, novelty of

its style and embellishment, 84.
Berri (Duchess of), memoirs of, 245—-her

birth and early years, 247—her mar-
riage, 248–250—her charities and pri-
vate rambles with the duke, 250, 251-
her conduct towards Lord W. Bentinck,
252_and at the assassination of the
duke, 252_255—her pregnancy, 257
-birth of the duke of Bordeaux, 257,
258—courage shown by her in the re-
volution of 1830, 258, 259—she retires
to England, 259-goes to Italy, 261—
lands at Marseilles; her perilous jour-
ney to La Vendée, 262–her attempt to
excite insurrection against the new go-
vernment, 263—264—her place of re-
fuge betrayed, 264_dangerous hiding-
place, 265—she is conveyed a prisoner

to the castle of Blaye, 266.
Berryer (M.), his interview with the
· Duchess of Berri in La Vendée, 264.
Biserta, environs of, 28, 29.
Bone, situation of, 16.
Books, new, list of the principal published

abroad from January to March, 240

from March to June, 464-468.
Bordeaux (Duke of ), birth of, 257, 258.
Bötticher (C.) Die Holzarchitektur des

Mittelalters, 62--character of the work,

81.
Brahmins, conjectures on their origin, 207

---means adopted by them to secure
their ascendency in India, 208—cruel-

ties practised by them on pilgrims, 210.
Buddha doctrine, suggestions respecting,
217--220.

II

Berbers, the, their mode of life, manners,
and customs, 21--25.
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Fielding (Henry), remarks on his charac-

ter as a dramatist and a novelist, 56.
Flemming (Count), entertainment given

by him to the king of Poland, 104.
France, commercial legislation of, 116,

117.
France, literary notices from, 231-233.

456, 457.
Fust (John), his partnership with Gaten-

berg, 125–129.

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Carthage, ruins of, 30, 31.
Charcas, in Mexico, mass of meteoric iron

there, 290.
Chateaubriaad (M. de), Le Paradis perdu

de Milton, 35- remarks on his Essay
on English Literature, 35, 36-estimate
of his translation of the Paradise Lost,
37. 41- critical examination of it, 41-
49.
Christianity, character of, 296.
Circassia, its political importance, 433–

remarks on the war in, ih.
Comanjilla, in Mexico, hot springs of,

289.
Condé (Prince of), particulars of, 251,

252.
Constantine, described, 16.
Consulato del Mare, historical particulars

concerning, 108—112.
Consuls, commercial, on the duties of, 106

-117.
Cramer (Dr. F.), Denkwürdigkeiten der

Gräfin Maria Aurora Königsmark und

der Konigsmarkschen Familie, 92.
Croly (Rev.Dr.), character of his writings,

53, 54.

Germany, romantic school of, influence of

Christianity upon, 226-tendency of its
writers to Catholicism, 297-reason
why romanticism has taken such a reli-
gious tone in that country, 298—its
romance not understood by the French
and English, 300—historical develop-
ment of the romantic school in, 301-
influence of the French revolution on
the national poetry of, 303–influence
of its war of liberation on its poetry,
305—a word of advice to the poets of,

336, 337.
Germany, literary notices from, 236, 237

-458-460.
Göthe, bis remarks on Pfitzer's poems,

312.
Great Britain, history of the continental

connexions of, 135—under the Tudor so-
vereigns, 137—under Elizabeth, 138–
141 - under the Stuarts. 141-144
under William III, and Anne, 144-
153-under George I., II., and III. to
the French Revolution, 153–175–
since the French Revolution, 175--Con-
tinental alliances scarcely ever advan-
tageous to her, 179-in what cases her
interference in continental politics may

be necessary or beneficial, 180—184.
Greece, literary notices from, 239.
Grotefend (Dr. G. F.), strictures on his

Preface to Wagenfeld's pretended spe-

cimen of Sanchoniatho's History, 186.
Grotefend (Dr. C. L.), his pamphlet en-

titled Die Sanchonathische Sireitfrage,

197.
Guanajuato, hot springs near, 289.
Guautla, a village of Mexico, account of,

269, 270.
Gutenberg (John), the inventor of print-

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