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235; cause of the calunny heaped upon him, character, 161; two classes of complainants ib. ; the accusation against him relative to his
against them, ib. ; they have not been stopped by father-in-law explained, 252.
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one of the most remarkable writers of the day, Walewski, le Comte, a son of Napoleon, proprietor 142 ; she travels to collect national characteris. of Le Messager, 243. tics, 143; Viennese and London society com. Warren, S., Esq., the Opium Question, 294 ; cha. pared, 144 ; manners of the aristocracies of racterised, 295. Vienna. ib ; La Crême, 145 ; Mrs. Trollope oc
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Wellington, the Duke of, letter to Lord Lynedoch, thoress's descriptions and theories contradicted
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the autho: is distinguished as a master of ver. Turnbull, P. E., Austria, 126; his estimate of nacular and classical composition, ib; his educa. crime in Austria as affected by education, 133,
tion at Eton, and the poetic spirit it inspired, 134 ; opinions on the Austrian army, 135.
291 ; Odes of Lord Wellesley, written at 17. 295; Tytler, P. J., England under the reign of Edward Ode on the Weeping Willow, 293 ; translation, VI. and Mary, 30 ; author of the only history of
ib ; Latin and English inscription on Miss Scotland, ib.; value of original letters in elucidat. Brougham's tomb, 294 ; written in his Lordship's ing history,21; division and character of the work. eiglitieth year, ib. 31, 32; Earl of Hertford, 32, 33; vindication of Western Vindicator, unstamped newspaper, edited 'bloody Mary,' 33.34; second division of the work, by H. Vincent, in Monmouth gaol, 162; speci34; Mary's personal appearance, 35; unpopularity mens of its articles, ib.; cause of the ruin and of, her marriage with Philip, ib.; her anxiety to death of Shell, slain at Newport, 163 ; letter of become a mother, 36, ; Lord Burleigh, 36, 37 ; the Mayor of Cardiff to Lord Norinanby for its Protector Somerset, 37; Northumberland, 39 : suppression, ib. proceedings of the State Paper Office in reference Wilberforce, Mr., 85, 154. 10 Mr. Tytler, 42, 43.
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LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW.
JULY AND SEPTEMBER, 1840.
PUBLISHED BY JEMIMA M. MASON,
CORNER OF BROADWAY AND PINE STREET.
CONTENTS OF NO. CXXXI.
JULY, 18 4 0.
Art. 1.-- Rafael von Urbino und sein Vater Giovanni Santi. Von J. D. Pas
II.-A Practical Treatiseon the Cultivation of the Grape-Vine on Open
Walls. By Clement Hoare
2. Statistical Report on the Sickness, Mortality, and Invaliding among the Troops in the West Indies. Prepared from the Records of the Army Medical Department and War-Office Returns.
3. Ditto, ditto, for the United Kingdom, the Mediterranean, and British America.
4. Ditto, ditto, for Western Africa, St. Helena, the Cape of Good
Hope, and the Mauritius.
with Hints for establishing a System of Professorial Teaching
2. Hints on the formation of a Plan for the safe and effectual Re.
3. Considerations of a Plan for combining the Professorial
Tutor of a College.
William Stanhope Taylor, Esq., and Captain John Henry Pringle,
executors of his son, John Earl of Chatham.
Beobachtungen des Magnetischen Vereins im Jahre 1838. Her-
2. Intensitas Vis Magneticæ Terrestris ad Mensuram absolutam
3. Lettre de M. de Humboldt a S. A. R. Mør. le Duc de Sussex, Président de la Société Royale de Londres, sur les moyens propres à perfectionner la connaissance du Magnétisme Terrestre par s'établissement des stations magnétiques et d'observations correspondantes.
4. Report of the Committee of Physics, including Meteorology, on the objects of Scientific Inquiry in those Sciences. Approved by the President and Council of the Royal Society. London, 1840.