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INDEX

TO THE

TWENTY-SEVENTH VOLUME

OF THE

FOREIGN QUARTERLY REVIEW.

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Alexander the Great, Edrisi's story of the

destruction of a dragon by, 282.
Alfieri, character of his writings, and

their effects, 7.
Anleitung zur Kupferstichkunde, by Adam

Bartsch, 74.
Aperçu général sur lEgypte, par A. B.

Clot-Bey, 362—the author practises
as a physician in Egypt, 363—works
hitherto published on Egypt, 364-
rains, geological structure, of Egypt,
366—treatment by Europeans of their
slaves, 367—Egyptian servants, 368–
superstitious ideas, 369-anecdote of
Mehemet Ali and a female magician,
370-literature of the Arab race, 371
-anecdote of a French lady carried
off by the chief of a Bedouin tribe,
372 dislike and contempt of the
Turks for the Europeans, 374-arro-
gance of the Mamalukes, 375–Euro-
pean adventurers and project dealers,
376-civilization in the East, 378—
character and objects of Mehemet Ali,
379- parallel between him and Peter
the Great, 381-administration, finan-
cial and executive, 383 - fellahs in
Egypt, 385 — population of Egypt,
386_navy, schools and manufactures,
387—diet and maladies, 388-extract
from Volney on state of Egypt in his
time, 391 - present security for life and

property, ib.
Arabs, inconsistency of their intellectual

attainments, 265 — disadvantage of
VOL, XXVII.

their imitation of the Greeks, 266-
unsafe authority of their geography,
267—their division of the globe into
climates, 268—their knowledge of the
countries washed by the Mediterranean,
and ignorance of more northern ones,
269-extracts from Edrisi's work on
their geography, 271—their literature

and romances, 371.
Archivio Storico Italiano, ossia Raccolta
di Opere e Documenti finora inediti
e divenuti rarissimi, riguardante la Sto-
ria d'Italia, compilata da una Società
di Amici e Cultori della Medesima.
(Italian Historical Archives, or Collec-
tion of Works and Documents at pre-
sent unpublished or scarce, in relation
to Italian History; compiled by a So-
ciety of Friends and Students of the
same), 450.

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Briano, bis tragedy of Pier delle Vigne,

34.
Britanny, how little known to the English

in general, 142-notices of her history,
144, 146-composition of the language,
154-specimen of the poetry in the
sixteenth century, 156-extract from,
with translation, 157–her monuments
of antiquity, the Roche aux Fées, 158
-remarkable remains in Department
of Morbihan, ib.-Mr. Deane's account
of the stones of Carnac, 160—different
opinious of their origin and design,

161.
Burns, singular passage in one of his let-

ters respecting his predilection for
blackguards, 63.

ment à l'Histoire du Père Sahagun;
publié et dedié au gouvervement su-
prême de la Confederation Mexicaine.
Par Charles Marie de Bustamente,
102-police upon Ixtilxochitel, 103—
occupation of Mexico by Cortez, 104

-insurrection of the Mexicans upon
his temporary absence, 105—be with-
draws his troops at night from Mexico,
106 - relurns and invests the town,
107-Dumber of his Spaniards and
allies, 108—storms part of the town,
109—carries the remaining quarters of
the town with dreadful slaughter, 111—
bis barbarous treatment of the emperor,
112—and of his other prisoners, 113—
ceremony of baptizing the natives, 114
-expedition of Cortez into the inte-
rior, 114-bis systematic cruelty to the
individuals of the Mexican dynasty,
116.

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Callot, anecdote of his patriotism, 76.
Carailes, Jewish sect supposed to be a

remnant of the primitive Jews, 257.
Carnac, account of the stones of, in Brie

tanny, 160—various hypotheses as to

their origin and design, 161.
Catherine II., of Russia, her character

and internal policy, 44-nature of her
Jaws, ib.-ber policy with respect to
Turkey, 46-and Poland, 48—her
share in the deposition of Peter the
Third, 50-treatment of her son Paul,
52-her personal appearance, 53-state
of her court, ib.-benefit of ber reign to

Russia, 56.
Celtic and Cymraig dialects, account of,

154.
Ceremonies, Rites, and Customs of the

Jews, by Hyman Isaacs, a converted
· Jew, 241.
Charles Albert, king of Sardinia, character

of, 310.
Chichagoff (Admiral), inedited memoirs

of, 38.
China, Edrisi's account of the manner of

administering justice, 277.
Clot-Bey, Aperçu général sur l’Egypte,

362.
Colonisation, benefit of, to modern states,

299.
Cortez. [Vide Cruautés horribles des Con-

quérants du Mexique.]
Crevelli (Professor), his imitation of

oriental blades, 179.
Cruautés horribles des Conquérants du

Mexique et des Indiens qui les aiderent
à soumettre cet Empire à la Couronne
d'Espagne. Mémoire de Don Fer-
uando o d’Alva Ixtlilxocbitel, Supplé-

De Pradt, criticism on, by Rabel, 73.
De Stael (Madame), Rahel's criticism

upon, 71.
Die Christliche Glaubenslehre in ihrer Ge-

schichtlichen Entwickelung, und im
Kampfe mit der modernen Wissen-
schaft dargestellt, von Dr. David Fried-
rich Strauss. (The Christian Doctrines
illustrated in their Historical Develop-
ment, and in opposition with modern
Science, by Dr. D. F. Strauss), 394-
singular arrangement of the heads of
his subjeci, 395—injurious attempt to
disprove the Mosaic account of the
creation, 397-Newton's notion of the
creation, 399-extracts from Strauss
upon the incorporation of matter and
God, 401—review of his chapter upon
the Reason and Aim of the Creation,
403 — arguments of Schelling and
Böhme, 405—God and All proved not
to be equal ideas, 407-Strauss's rea-
soning upon angels, 410_upon the
first created pair, 412-the Autoch-
thonic theory of the author, 413—re-

futed, 415.
Die Günderode, Zwey Theile. (Gun-

derode, two volumes), 205.
Drama, state of, and works illustrative of,

in Italy, 3-decline of, in England and
Germany, 37.
Du Catholicisme, du Protestantisme, et de

la Pbilosopbie en France, par Fran-
cisque Bouvet, en réponse à M. Guizot,
184-difference of the three Christian
communions, Greek, Roman, and Pro-

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testant, 184-state of the Greek Church,
185-extent to which the infallibility
of a church can be carried, 186—anec.
dote of a controversy between a Pro-
testant and a Roman Catholic divine
upon the authority of the Roman
Church, 187 — tendency of the mea-
sures of the Oxford Tract men, 188—
anecdote concerning their practices,
ib.-Their ill-judged depreciation of
Luther, 189-Carlyle's description of
Luther's controversy with Tetzel, 190—
of his burning the Papal Bull at Wit-
tenberg, 191-of his proceeding to the
Diet at Worms, ib.-injudicious system
of building too rapidly self-supporting
churches, 193-extension of episcopacy
through the British dominions, 194
growing power of the true Church, 195
-improbability of the revival of the
Papal power, 196—character and infu-

ence of Romanism, 198.
Dumas (Alexandre), dramas of, 135.

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Ferrara (Andrew), composition of his

blades, 180.
France, state of religious feeling in, 4:20-

her unchristian conduct in Africa, 421
-supposed personal dislike of Lord
Palmerston to France, 422-unpopu-
larity of the Whig cabinet in France,
424-duty of France and the European
sovereigos to concur in the formation of
a firm government in Spain, 426-rela-
tive situation of France and England
with respect to Spain, 428-French
aggression in Algiers, 429_English
vilified to the Spaniards by the French,
430-security afforded by the acces-
sion to office of M. Guizot, 431-ob-
lique policy necessary to French states-
men in dealing with iheir nation, 432—
character of the partisans of Louis Phi.
lip, 434-bis conduct in the affair
of ibe heritage of the Duke of Bour-
bon, 435-bis moral influence upon
the French nation, 437 --small worth
of the security arising from his per-
sonal existence, 438 – situation of
France with regard to the European
powers upon points of Eastern policy,
441.
Frankists, modern Jewish sect founded by

Jacob Frank, 257.
French philosophers of the eighteenth

century, 119-character of Rousseau,
120,

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Edrisi, geography of the Arabs trans-

lated, 265-extracts from, 271-his
description of Africa, 274. [Vide

Geographie d'Edrisi.]
Educalion, importance and influence of,

298--necessity of a sound and moral

system of, 305.
Egypt. (Vide Aperçu Géneral sur
Egyptians, ancient, their probable know-

ledge of stcam, chemistry and analomy,

165.
Engraving, by etching and the burin, as

practised in Europe in the sixteenth
and seventeenth centuries, 75-artists
of Flanders, ib. - French school of
etching, 78-Spanish engravers, 80–
English masters in engraving, 81-
method of engraving termed opus mal-
lei, 86-invention and process of mez-
zotinto, ib.-masters in, 88-- introduc-
tion of, into England, ib.—chalk en-
graving, 90-process of aquatinta en-
graving, 91-introduced into England
by Paul Sandby, 92-invention of li-
thograplıy by Senefelder, 94—process
of, 95-modern masters of engraving,
97-fac-simile views from the Daguer.
réotype, 98— probable effects of upon
art, 100 — agrography, or relief en-

graving, 101.
Excursions Daguerriennes, Collection de

50 Planches représentant les Vues et

Gaelic dialect, difference between the

Irish and Scotch, 155.
Galerie von Bildnissen aus Rahel's Umgang

und Briefwechsel, herausgegeben von

K. A. Värnhagen von Ense, 57.
Geographie d'Edrisi, traduite de l'Arabe

en Français d'après deux Manuscrits
de la Bibliothèque du Roi, et accom-
pagnée de Notes, par M. Amedee
Jaubert. Recueil de Voyages et de
Mémoires publié par la Société de
Géographie, 265-extracts from, 271–
description of Africa, 274- of the
source of the Nile, 276-manner of
administering justice in China, 277 —

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