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TO THE

ELEVENTH VOLUME

OF THE

FOREIGN QUARTERLY REVIEW.

A.

from the sixth to the eighteenth centu-

ries, 512.
Arrivabene (Signor), Di varié Società e In-

stituzione di Beneficenza in Londra, 218
observations of, on the changes in the
economy of society, 219-on the con-
dition of the English poor, ib.--and on
depôts of mendicity on the coutinent,
220-on the good effects of Mechanic's
Institutes, ib.-on Co-operative Socie-
ties, ib. 221-his refutation of the out-
cry against the tyranny of capital, 221

and on the effects of war, 222.
Artois (Comte d'), conduct of, during the

French Revolution, 93, 94-bis unpo-
pular measures after the first restoration,

100, 101. See Charles X.
Atmosphere, influence of the moon on the,

503--508.
Austria, observations on the corresponde

ence between, and England concerning
the Roman Legations, 69–72-op-
pressive and barbarous character of her
administration in Italy, 473-475.

B.

Abel, King of Denmark, changes made by,

in the constitution of that country, 138.
Absalon, Archbishop of Lund, biographical

account of, 129, 130, 131.
Africa, Travels in. See Douville.
Agriculture, state of, in the Roman states,

43-45.
Allied sovereigns, the second restorers of the

Bourbons, 106-sufferings of France
from their armies, 109-evacuation of

France by their forces, 110.
America, United States of, description of

the New England states, 5---of the
southern states, 6-of the western
states, 8-state of slavery there, 10—
12—scheme for abolishing slavery there,
14, 15-state of religion, 15-character
of the American army and riflemen, 18
--remarks on the conduct of the Ame.
ricans towards the Red Indians, 19
-23—particularly the Cherokees, 23,
24-efforts made by the government
for promoting the education of the In-
dian chiefs, 25, 26--account of the set.
tlement of the province of Texas, 27,
28-observations on the dispute be-
tween the South Carolinians and the

general government, 236, 237.
Arago (M.), abstract of the researches of,

on the lunar influence upon rain, 503,
50+-on the atmosphere, 5044507 —
on the putrefaction of animal substances,

507—and on the complexion, 507,508.
Armenian literature, origin of, 511-ac-

count of the Mechitarist monastery of
St. Lazzaro, 509, 510--notice of the
Armenian languages, 510—of Marabas,
the earliest Armenian historian, 511-
state of Armenian literature in the
fourth and fifth centuries, ib.notice of
Moses Chorenensis or Chorenabyi, 511,
512-progress of Armenian literature

Banditti, condition of, in the Roman

states, 54-especially during the French

dominion, 55.
Berr (Michel), Du Rabbinisme, 441-ou

the changes of Judaism, 413-on the

Gemara, 445.
Berry, (Duc de), remarks on the assassi-

nation of, 119, 120.
Biographical notices of Erasmus Rask, 238

--240—of Jean Baptiste Say, 247--of
Antonio Scarpa, 252--of Barraba Ori-
ani, 253-of Friedric von Raumer, 453
-of M. Kieffer, 529, 530—of Baron

Cotta, 530-532.
Births, number of, in the papal states, 42.
Boisser ées (MM.), their collection of old

German pictures, 74.

Bonaparte (Napoleon), establishment of

the power of, 94, 95-causes of his se-
cret unpopularity, 95—his abdication,
99--returns to France from Elba, 105

--bis unpopularity, ib. 106.
Bonaparte (Napoleon), the younger, de-

sign of the Austrian court in educating
him, 204-bis character, 203—anec-
dotes of his childhood, 204—his acqui.
sition of the German language, 205–
anecdotes of his conduct towards his
tutors, 205, 206--expedient resorted to
for mitigating his abhorrence of fiction,
206—his conduct on hearing of his
father's death, 207--his enthusiastic
attachment to military studies, 208–
political lectures given to him by Prince
Metternich, 209--his views towards the
throne of France, 211-appreciation of
bis own position, 212—first appearance
in society, 213-appointed a lieutenant-
general, 213-rapid decline of his
health, 214— his death, ib.-strong re-

semblance to his father, 215.
Books, list of, published on the continent

from October to December, 1832, 256,
et seq.---- from January tu March, 1833,

540, et seq.
Bourbon government, causes of its over-

throw in France in 1830, 91--obser-
vations on the first restoration of, 99,
100--and on their second restoration,
106, 107.

C.

Cobbett (William), on the miseries of an

English member of parliament, 197,
note-key to his opposition to Jewish

emancipation, 149.
Colours of plants, causes of, 365, 366.
Copper, British, increased export of, un-

der the free trade system, 154, 155.
Corporations, municipal, origin of, in Den-

mark, 138.
Cotta (Baron), biographical notice of,

530-532.
Cotton manufactures, British, proofs of the

increased export of, under the free

trade system, 156.
Crimes, increase of, in the Roman states,

53-number of criminals tried there in

two years, 57.
Crops, physiological principles for the

rotation of, 381.

D.

42, 43.

Campomorto, account of the farm of, 44,

45.
Capital, absurd outcry against the tyranny

of, exposed, 221.
Carlos (Don), misrepresentations of histo-

rians relative to the death of, 455, 456
-abstract of the evidence relating to it,

457-462.
Carolina, probable results of the dispute

between, and the general government

of the United States, 236, 237.
Charitable foundations at Rome, notice of,

57, 58, of England, 218, 219.
Charles IX., King of France, letter of, re-

lating to the massacre of St. Bartholo.

mew, 465.
Charles X., King of France, causes of his

expulsion, 91.
Cherokee Indians, remarks on the conduct

of the American government towards,
23, 24-notice of the inventor of the

Cherokee alphabet, 26.
Civil courts of the Roman states, and

their jurisdiction, 51.
Clergy at Rone, revenues of, 62, 63.

Danes, character of, in the thirteenth

century, 128, and in 1627, 470, 471.
Deaths, number of, in the Papal States,
De Candolle (A. P.) Physiologie Végétale,

334-plan of his work, 335-outline
of his theory of the properties of the
tissue, of which the elementary organs
of plants are composed, 357-and of
his examination of the three vital pro-
perties admitted in the animal king-
dom, which have been supposed to
exist also in the vegetable, 338_outline
of his theory of nutrition, 339—347–
progress made in the animal growth of
a plant in each of the four seasons,
348—abstract of his theory of repro-
duction, by the fructification of a plant,
349 — 358 — by the subdivision of
plants, 358, 359-origin of species of
plants, 339, 360, 361—the law of
symmetry observable in plants which
are allied in natural affinity, 361-364

--on the constant descent of the root,
and ascent of the stem, 564, S65-
on the sleep of plants, and the
causes of their different colours, 365,
366 - individuality of plants, 567
-duration and age of trees, 368–
371-abstract of his theory of vegeta-
ble epireology, 372--376-on the pro-
cess employed by nature in bealing the
wounds of trees, 377-379-effects of
poisonis on the vegetable structure,
379, 380_his principles for regulating

the rotation of crops, 381.
Decases, Duc, wise policy of the ministry

of, 115--118.

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