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at, 414.

ences, 364

his memory, 464 -- his facility of imperfection composition. 467 --compared with ing the purp Lope de Vega, 466 — his economy -- his inculc of time, 400 — his low estimate ib.

- compar of literature, 469 concluding

- his warfar remarks, 470.

352 — again Sea-Serpent, Paul Egede cited re

of Se Specung the, 192, note.

beauty of h Sebastian del Piombo, a painter in the qualities

Italy, 100 — his Raising of Laza- his imagina rus, 101.

sions produc Sedgwick, Miss, ber Aunt Debby, 8. his good se Sheridun, anecdotes of, 27.

language of Siyfussen, Sæmund, 171.

ing Addison Sullery, Catholic seminary founded from, 358.

dison, 363 Sismondi, defects in his History, 222, 225.

a hard-wor! Six Nucions. See Iroquois.

prices to con Skulds, or poels, remarks on the, ent value of 170. 107.

Story, Joseph, Slurrs, treatment of, in India, 535.

passenger tr Snorre, the first child of European of Kentucky

descent born in America, 176-- Stuart, J. W.

illustrious descendants of, ib. Edipus Ty Sophocles, Stuart's edition of the Sturleson, Sne

Edipus Tyrannus of, noticed, thor of Hein 306.

descendants Southard, Samuel S., his Address of his life, 10

before Societies at the College of Stuyvesant, Pe New Jersey, noticed, 556.

cite the Indi Southey, Lamb's familiarity with, icut, 479. 61.

Sullivan, Willi Spain, histories of, 204 -- how view- and Effects, ed by Charles the Filih, 207 -- Sulpicius, bis ] condition of, in the reign of Fer Supreme Court dinand and Isabella, 212 - recent

Reports of publications in, 220 -- printing

judged in, introduced into, 257 — improve

126 chara ments in the government of, 263 decisions, 13 Modern Inquisition in, 264.

specting th Spanish Arabs. See Moors. Spanish literature, Ticknor's valua- ation, 137 – ble library of, 218.

versity of op Sparks, Jared, remarks respecting Sweetser, Wil him and his edition of Washing

Digestion, n ton's Writings, 483.

the abuse of Slates, prohibitions upon the, 130 –

in regard to commerce, ib.
Steele, Sir Richard, the father of the

periodical essays of the age of Tales from the
Anne, 346 -- his course of life,

iel Greene, ib., 348 -- his excesses and re

Tales of my morse, 346 -- his Christian Hero, and publicat 347 writes plays, ib.

Talfourd, Tho mences his periodical essays, ib.

Charles Lai a man of the world, 348 - his his Life, b;

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at, 414.

bis memory, 464 -- his facility of imperfections, 349–cited respect
composition. 465-compared with
Lope de Vega, 466 — his economy

ing the purpose of the Tatler

, 68
-- his inculcation of moral truth

,
of time, 469 — his low estimate
of literature, 469 – concluding

ib. -- compared with Johnson, ilk

-- his warfare against gambling,
remarks, 470.
Seu-Serpent, Paul Egede cited re-

352 — against duelling, ib

.

Sentiment, 353 – the
specung the, 1992, note.
Sebustian del Piombo, a painter in

beauty of his sentiment

, 354–
Italy, 100 — his Raising of Laza-

the qualities of his mind, it -
his imagination

, 355 – his illo
rus, lol.
Sedgwick, Miss, hier Aunt Debby, 8.

sions produced by realities

, i.

his good sense, 356 – style and Sheridan, anecdotes of, 27. language of, ib. — cited respecu Sigfusson, Sæmund, 171.

ing Addison's style, ib. – extracts Sulery, Catholic seminary founded from, 358 -- his friendship for Ad

dison, 363 — their political difer Sismondi, defects in his History,

ences, 364 — his coadjutors

, ih::22, 225.

a hard-working man, ib. — bis Si Nutions. See Iroquois.

prices to contributors, 365 -- pres Skalds, or poels, remarks on the, ent value of his Essays, ib

.
170.107.

Story, Joseph, cited respecting the
Slarrs, treatment of, in India, 535.
Snurre, the first child of European of Kentucky case

, 142
, lös

.
descent born in America, 176— Stuart, J. W., his edition of the
illustrious descendants of, ib. Edipus Tyrannus

, noticed

, itd

.
So, hueles, Stuart's edition of the Slurleson, Sñorre, born, Jil-31-

Edipus Tyrannus of, noticed,
306.

descendants of, 181 - particulars
Southard, Samuel S., his Address of his life, 185.
before Societies at the College of Stuyvesant, Peter

, instructed toef
New Jersey, noticed, 556. cite the Indians against Connect
Southey, Lamb's familiarity with,

passenger trade, 133 - the Banks

thor of Heimskringla, IN, 1:6

61.

ation, 137 currency, 142 die

my of, 468.

character, 55 — his dedication, 60 Vega, Loj - his tenderness for the memory

Walter of the dead, 71,

labors, Taro, erection of the bridge of, by Velde, F. Maria Louisa, 395.

sketch Tatler, the, reviewed, 341.

Venice, CTaxation, the principle in regard against to, 138.

noticed Thorfinn, his expedition to America, Vermont

in 1007, 175 — his return to Green- dress be land, 176— the History of, 183 — Villemain supposed to have established him. céron, r self near Dighton Rock, 189.

on it, 3 Thorhall, his voyage, 175 — his fate, Vinci. S 106.

Vinland, Thornstein, his voyage to obtain 173, 17

the body of Thorwald, 175 — his wald's death, ib.

tion to, Thorwald, his voyage to Vinland, in from th

1002, 174 mortally wounded, Virgil, the 174, 183, 191 - search made for Vocal mu. his body, 175.

Volcanoes Ticknor, George, his valuable libra- remark: ry of Spanish literature, 218.

in Mad Time, Icelandic mode of dividing,

384 181 - Sir Walter Scott's econo- of, 377

Voltigeurs Titinn, a painter from nature, 94. Tom Cringle's Log, 13, Tonti, M., discoveries by, 416. Torfæus, his opinion respecting the

situation of Vinland, 178, 179, 181. Warren B Tortugas, the refuge of the free. Water, R boolers, 294.

ton wit Trumbull, Jonathan, his History of Watts, C

Connecticut, 477 -- his exact" ac- Charact curacy, 478 — his church details,

306. 479.

Warerley,

lication U.

glish lf University of Nashville, Lindsley's Speech in behalf of the, noticed,

Webb, G. 310.

Webster,

the Azc V.

during Vanucci, Pietro. See

Perugino. West Ind Vargas de Bedemar, Count, his Ge- 415.

ological Observations on Madeira, Wickliffe, Porto Santo, and the Azores, re- for the viewed, 367 his advantages,

of Kent 373 - his object, 374 - character Wightmar of his work, ib. — his obligations ural A to other geologists, 376 — results Willard, of the observations of geologists

to the before him, 379.

546.

tion, 44

note.

icut, 479. Spain, histories of, 204 -- how view

Sullivan, William, Historical Camera 'ed by Charles the Fifth, 207 -- Sulpicius, his letter to Cicero

, 47

.

and Effects, by, noticed, 500.
condition of, in the reign of Fer- Supreme Court of the United state,
dinand and Isabella, 212 recent
publications in, 220 - printing judged in, January Term, bež,

Reports of Cases argued and ad
introduced into, 257 improve-

126 - character of their recent
ments in the government of, 263
- Modern Inquisition in, 264.

decisions, 128, 152 decisions te

specting the power to regulate
Spanish Arabs. See Moors.

commerce, 132 respecting tar
Spanish literuture, Ticknor's valua-
ble library of, 218.

versity of opinions in the

, 151

. Sparks, Jared, remarks respecting Sweetser

, William, his Treatise on him and his edition of Washing

Digestion, noticed, 538 —cited on
ton's Writings, 483.

the abuse of medicine, 540.
States, prohibitions upon the, 130 -
in regard to commerce, ib.

T.
Steele, Sir Richard, the father of the

periodical essays of the age of Tales from the German, by Nathan-
Anne, 346 -- his course of life, iel Greene, reviewed, 156.
morse, 346 -- his Christian Hero, and publication of, 447.
347 writes plays, ib. -- com- Talfourd, Thomas Noon

, Letters of
mences his periodical essays, ib.
- a man of the world, 348 his

ib., 348 -- his excesses and re- Tales of my Landlord, composition

Charles Lamb, with a Sketch of his Life, by, reviewed, 55– it

Williams, Dr. Stephen W., his BiWilliams, Dr. Stephen W., his Bi

ograpical Memoir of the Rev. John Ximenes, facts res Williams, First Minister of Deer

military career. field, noticed, 561. Winthrop, John, remarks respect

ey, ib. - Presc ing, 476. Woods, Alva, his Valedictory Address, noticed, 557.

Yale College, Bu

Kappa Oratio 301.

ing, 274.

X. ograpical Memoir of the Rev. John Ximenes, facts respecting, 270 – his Williams, First Minister of Deer

military career, 272 — his regen: field, noticed, 561.

cy, ib. - Prescott cited respectWinthrop, John, remarks respect- ing, 274.

Y. Woods, Alva, his Valedictory Ad: dress, noticed, 557.

Yale College, Bushnell's Phi Beta Kappa Oration there, noticed, 301.

ing, 476.

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