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typal standard of its species, when it contradiction to the subduing influence not only exhibits in the greatest perfec. of the sublime, it makes ourselves in tion the attributes of life, but when it some respects the superior, and puts most bears the impress of mind, controlling and spiritualizing both.” “The con

us in good humour both with the ob clusion which the foregoing considera

ject and ourselves. tions appear to warrant may be now

We are loath to quit this most inbriefly stated as follows:-Character is teresting subject. We thank Mr. relatine beauty-Life is the highest Eastlake for bringing it so charmingly character-Mind is the highest life.

before us. We feel that our remarks We confess, in conclusion, that we have been very inadequate, both with are not yet disposed to admit, from regard to the nature of the subject, anything we have read, that Burke's and as The Philosophy of the Fine “ Sublime and Beautiful ” is super. Arts ” may seem to demand. But we seded. We can as readily believe that are aware that to do both justice the sublime and beautiful may be would require larger space than can reunited in one view, as that it is op- be here allowed, and an abler pen tional to separate thein. The sublime than we can command. We almost and the beautiful both belong to us fear a complete elucidation of beauty as human beings, making their sensible is not within the scope of the human impressions all sources of pleasure, mind. It may be to us not from greatly differing in kind. It is inse- earth, but from above ; and we are parable from our condition to have a not prepared to receive its whole sense of a being vastly superior to truth. Burke somewhere observes ourselves : sublimity has a reference that—"The waters must be troubled to that superior power over us, and to ere they will give out their virtues." ourselves, as subject to it; while it The allusion is admirable, and justifies renders us inferior, it lifts our minds disturbing discussions. On such a to the knowledge of the greater. subject, where the root of the matter Beauty, on the contrary, seems to look grows not on earth, it may be added, up to us for aid, support, or sympathy. in further allusion, that the stirring It thus flatters while it pleases, and, in hand should be that of an angel.

INDEX TO VOL. LXIV.

Acting in China, 89.

Byron's address to the ocean, on, 499.
Agriculture of France and England, com- Cabrera, movement under, 030.
parison of, 3,

Caged skylark, to a, 290.
Alain family, the, extracts from, 560. Call, a, by Julia Day, 625.
Algoa bay, settlement of, 159.

Canning, rupture of Castlereagh with,
American thoughts on European revolu 620.
tions, 31.

Canterbury tales, the, 466.
American war, caricatures illustrating Cape, sketches of the, 158.
the, 552.

Caricatures of the 18th century, the, 543.
Anne, queen, character of, 327.

Caroline, queen, 331, 332, 334, et seq.
Antwerp, a legend from, 444.

Carpentaria, gulf of, expedition to, 68.
Arabian nights, the, 472.

Castlereagh, lord, memoirs of, 610.
Aristocracy, necessity ofa, to Britain, 14. Catholic priesthood, proposed endow-
Art, its prospects,t145—Eastlake's lite ment of the, 638.
rature of, 753,

-Cavaignac, general, 259
Art-unions, results of, 146.

Caxions, the, Part IV. chap, ix., 40–
Ashley, lord, on the juvenile population, chap. xe, 41-chap. xi, 43-chap.
66.

xii., 44--chap. xiii., 48—chap. xiv.,
Ateliers Nationaux, sketches of the, 249. 50—Part V. chap xv., 171-chap. XV.,
Auersperg, count, 382, 532.

179—chap. xvi., 181-chap xvii., 182
Australia, importance of, 66-demand –Part VI. chap. xviii, 315-chap.

for emigration to, 67-Mitchell's re xix., 317-chap. xx., 318-chap. xxi.,
searches in, 68.

ib. -chap. xxii., 320-chap xxiii.,321
Austria, the revolution in, 519.

-chap. xxiv., 323-chap. xxv., 324-
Baden, state of, 378.

Part VII. chap. xxvi., 388-chap.
Baikal, the lake, 89.

xxvii., 392—chap. xxviii., 395—chap.
Balloons, rage for, 554.

xxix., 396-chap. xxx., My father's
Balzac, M. de, 572.

first love, 397–chap. xxxi , Wherein
Banking act, suspension of the, 262, 263. my father continues his story, 400–
Barbauld's hymns, 404.

chap. xxxii., Wherein my father brings
Barnard's cruise, &c., review of, 158. about his denouement, 402 — chap.
Bashkirs, the, 81.

xxxiii., 405—chap. xxxiv., ib.-Part
Basil, letter to, 31.

VIII. chap. xxxv., 672—chap. xxxvi.,
Baston, Robert, 222, 223.

674 — chap. xxxvii., 677 — chap.
Bavaria, the revolution in, 518.

xxxviii., 680.
Beauty, Eastlake's theory of, 762. Chartism, classes among whom preva-
Beaver and Beaver-stone, the, 84.

lent, 269.
Beggar's Opera, origin of the, 336. Chartist demonstration, feeling regard-
Belgium, state of, 521.

ing, in America, 35.
Bentinck, lord George, death of, 632. Chartists, sympathy between, and the
Beresov, town of, so, 81.

Irish, 261.
Bernard, Andrew, 225, 226.

Chaucer as laureate, 224.
Blue Dragoon, the, 207.

Cheremisses, the, 87.
Blum, Robert, 532.

Chesterfield, lord, 334.
Bright, John, 271.

China, Erman's travels in, 88.
British navy, the, 595.

Chuvasses, the, 87.
Buraets, the, 90.

Cibber, Colley, 230.
Buried flower, the, 108.

Cinque Cento, the, 145.
Burke's eulogy on Walpole, 331. Cleghorn's ancient and modern art, re-

view of, 145.

Cobden, Mr., reductions proposed by, Entail, the law of, 1-bill, examination
265, 266.

of the, 9.
Coercion, necessity of, in Ireland, 485. Erman's Siberia, review of, 76.
Coercion bill, the Irish, 231.

Ernest, letter from, 31.
Cologne, state of, 378, 521.

European revolutions, American
Colonial legislation,review of recent,275 thoughts on, 31.
Colonization, 66.

Eusden, Lawrence, 229.
Colours, Goethe's theory of, 759. Eusebius, letter to, on novels, 459.
Compton, Sir Spencer, 329

Eustathius, the romances of, 472.
Commerce, statistics of, 496.

Excise bill, Walpole's, 336, et seq.
Commercial classes, rise of, to power, Exports, diminution of, 274.
115.

Fashions in the 18th century, the, 554.
• Commercial crisis, the, 262

Female poetesses, on, 641.
Conciliation, failure of, in Ireland, 495. Feudal law of succession, the, 5.
Congress of Vienna, errors of the, 516. Few words about novels, a, 459
Conservative union, 632

Fielding's novels, on, 460, 466.
Constitution of the United States, the, Financial measures, recent, 263.
33.

Findhorn river, the, 96.
Continental revolutions-Irish rebellion Fine arts, commission, the, 148_East-
-English distress, 475.

lake's literature of the, 753.
Cossacks, the, 81.

Fishing in Russia, 83.
Cottier system, the, 423,

Fitzgerald, lord Edward, 615, 616.
Cotton manufactures, growth of, 409. Fleming on the papacy, notice of, 710.
Crown security bill for Ireland, the, 283. Fleury, cardinal, 332.
Currency, on the, 492.

Fo, temple of, 89.
Da Vinci, Leonardo, 760.

Foote, Samuel, 550.
Dante's Beatrice, 220.

Forty shilling franchise in Ireland, the,
Danube and the Euxine, the, 608.

611.
Davenant, William, 227, 228.

Fox, caricatures of, 553.
Day, Julia, “ A Call" by, 625.

France, agriculture of, compared with
De Chatillon, Mrs. Hemans's, 652.

that of England, 3—her law of real
Deer forests and deer-stalking, 92. property, succession, &c., 6, 11-feel-
Denmark, state and character of, 286– ing in America on the revolution in,
sonnet to, 292.

31-State of, June, 1848,51—the pre-
Devonshire, the duke of, 329.

sent state of, and lessons from it, 476,
Dickens, the novels of, 468.

477-pictures of, from Jérome Patu.
Dogs of Siberia, the, 86.

rot, 697.
Doomster's first-born, the, chap. I., The Francois le Champi, notices of, 568.

tavern, 447-chap. II., The lovers, 450 Frankfort, appearance of the town of,
-chap. III., Father and son, 453– 525—the insurrection in, 541-parlia.
chap. IV., the execution, 455.

ment, the, 375, 380, 515.
Drama, decline of the, 648.

Frederick-William, character, policy,
Dryden as Laureate, 228.

&c, of, 518, 519, 523.
Dudevant, madame, and her works, 568. Free trade, progress of, 114-its influence
Dumas, Alexander, 557, 558, 695.

on shipping, 125-its failure, 264, 269-
Dunbar, William, 226.

examination of its principles, 269, 409.
Eastern life, Miss Martineau's, reviewed, French actors, riots against, in London,
185.

1755, 549-literature, recent, 557-
Eastlake's literature of the fine arts, re novels, or, 471
view of, 753.

Fur trade of Siberia, the 84.
Economists,rise and doctrines of the, 408. Gagern, Herr von, 351, 531.
Egypt, Miss Martineau on, 185. Gaming in England, rage for, 554.
Eighteen hundred and twelve, a retro- George I., accession of, 328.

spective review, 190—part II., The George II., life and times of, 327-his
Moscow retreat, 359.

personal avd public character, 329–
Electric telegraph in America, the, 31. sketches and anecdotes of him, 334,
Emersonianism in America, 33.
Emigration, importance of, 66—from George III., caricatures of, 552.
Ireland, necessity of, 663.

German novels, modern, 190.
England, necessity of an aristocracy to, Germanic confederation, the, 285

14—under George II., 327—the histo- Germany, objects of the revolutionary
ry of, illustrated by caricatures, 543— party in, 373—and its parliament, a

the present position of, 477, 492. glimpse at, 515-errors of the congress
English and French agriculture, com of Vienna regarding, 516—democratic

parison of, 3-laureates, sketches of, character of the smaller states, 517-
221.

first outbreak and rapid progress of the

et seq.

:

3.

movement, 518-objects of the demo- Jewish disabilities bill, the, 279-an
cratic party, 536-state of the coun American on the, 36.
try, 538.

John, the archduke, 520.
Gillray the caricaturist, 544, 553. Johnson, Daniel and Ben, 227.
Glass, painting on, 156.

Kaffirland, 158.
Glimpse at Germany and its parliament, Kames, lord, on the law of entail, 3.
a, 515.

Karr, M., and his writings, 560.
Godwin's novels, on, 466.

King, lord chancellor, 339.
Goethe's Theory of Colours, 759. Kock, Paul de, 571.
Gothic architecture, rise of, 145.

Kossacks of the Ural, the, 81.
Gower the poet, 224.

La Famille Alain, the, 560.
Grattan, close of the career of, 620. Lady tourists, on, 185.
Gravière's sketches of the naval war, re- Laffan, archdeacon, 280.
view of, 595.

Lamb plant, the, 79,
Great Britain, importance of Australia Lamoricière, general, 259,

to, 66-present state of, 479, 492. Land, the laws of, 1.
Great Tragedian, the, chap. I., 345 – Last Constantine, Mrs. Hemans', 652.

chap. II., 348_chap. III., 349-chap. Laurels and laureates, 220.
IV.; 352-chap. V., 355--chap. VI., Law, John, career of, 546.
358.

Laws of land, the, 1.
Greek sculpture, on,154—romances, 472. Lays of the Deer Forest, review of, 92.
Green Hand, the, 743.

Legend from Antwerp, a. Introduction,
Gulielmus, the first English laureate, 444–The Doomster's first-born; chap.
222.

I., the tavern, 447–chap. II., The
Habeas corpus act, suspension of the, in lovers, 450-chap.III., Father and son,
Ireland, 284.

453—chap. IV., The execution, 455.
Harrington, lord, 341.

Leiningen, prince, 383.
Harrowby, lord, notices of Castlereagh Letter to Eusebius, a, on novels, 459.
by, 621.

Lichnowsky, prince, 532--his murder,
Heidelberg, first revolutionary assembly

533.
at, 518—-state of, 378.

Life and times of George II., the, 327.
Hemans, Mrs. 641.

Life in the Far West, part II., 17—part
Hervey's life and times of George II., III., 130--part IV., 293--part V., 429
review of, 327.

--part VI., 573—-memoir of the author,
Heywood the poet, 226.

591.
Highway robbery, prevalence of, in 1720, London, state of, under George I., 545.
546.

Londonderry, lord, memoirs of Lord
Hoadley, bishop, 342.

Castlereagh by, reviewed, 610.
Hogarth as a painter, 1534his first cari. Louis XV.,

character of, 332.
cature, 548–career of, 551.

Louis Philippe, American estimation of,
Horse-dealer, the, a tale of Denmark, 232. 32.
Huzza for the rule of the Whigs, 112. Lyons, state of, 59.
Imports, increase of manufactured, 273. Macculloch on the succession to proper-
Income tax, modifications of, proposed, ty vacant by death, review, of, 1.
421, note.

Madame de Malguet, remarks on, 474.
Intestacy, law of succession in, 5. Maimachen, town of, 88.
Ireland,

agriculture and laws of proper- Manufactures, state of exports and im-
ty in, 12-amount of immigration from, ports, 273, 274.
261—legislation of the session regard- Mariage de Paris, notice of the, 565.
ing, 279—its state, remedies proposed, Martineau's Eastern life, review of, 185.
&c., 421, 423—the rebellion in, 480, Masquerades, prevalence of, during the
et seq.-proper government for, 489– eighteenth century, 548, 550.
state of, before the union, 611-the re- Mayence, state of, 525.
bellion of 1798, 615—the union, 619– Memoirs of Lord Castlereagh, 610.

the miseries of, and their remedies,658. Menchikoff, a Russian favourite, 81.
Irish crime bill, the, 281.

Mery, M., the works of, 565.
Irkutsk, town of, 88.

Mill's political economy, review of, 407.
Italy, Whig policy towards, 286--present Mill, Mr. on the waste lands of Ireland
state of, 476.

and their improvement, 668, et seq.
Jacobitism, prevalence of, under George Miseries of Ireland, the, and their reme-
I., 545.

dies, 658.
Jahn, professor, 531.

Mississippi scheme, the, 546.
Jane Eyre, remarks on, 473.

Mitchell, trial and condemnation of, 283.
Jérome Paturot, review of, 687.

Mitchell's Australia, review of, 66.
Jervis, Sir John, 599.

Modern tourism, 185.

Molesworth, Sir William, 271.
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Monceaux, sketches in the park of, 219, Prussia, state of, 476-recent policy of,
691.

517—the revolutionary movement in,
Monsieur Bonardin, review of, 687, 700. 519.
Montemolin, the Count de, and his party Pye, Henry James, 231.
in Spain, 627.

Pyramids, the, 186.
More, Hannah, works of, 461.

Queensberry, the duchess of, 335.
Mormons, sketches of the, 577.

Rachel, mademoiselle, 693,
Mosaic law, the, relative to land, 3. Raffaelle, the Madonnas of, 152—Passa-
Moscow, the burning of, 79—the retreat vant's Life of, 758.
from, 359.

Ragged schools, statistics of, 67.
Moses, Miss Martineau's theory of, 188. Reaction, dread of, in France, 56,

Muggite societies in London, the, 545. Rebellion, the Irish, of 1798, 615, et seq.
* Musset, Paul de, 567.

Records of Woman, Mrs. Hemans' 653.
Naples, affairs of, 286.

Reichsverweser of Germany, the, 520,
Napoleon, caricatures of, 555.

535.
National gallery, the, 150.

Rellstab, Lewis, 190, 359.
National workshops of Paris, sketches of Republican France, June, 1848, 51–
the, 249, 691.

First-fruits, 687.
Narvaez, the policy of, 627, 629. Review of the last session, a, 261.
Naval war of the French Revolution, the, Revolutions of England, the, 327-on the
595.

Continent, the, 475—of 1830 and
Navigation laws, the, 114.

coincidences between, 712.
Nelson, career and character of, 587. Reybaud's Jérome Paturot,review of,687.
Nicholson's The Cape and its colonists, Richardson, the novels of, 460.
review of, 158.

Roads of Russia, the, 33.
Nijni Novgorod, fair of, 79.

Roman law of succession, the, 5.
Novels, a few words about, 459.

Rowe, Nicholas, 229.
O'Connell, John, on Ireland, 281. Rowlandson the caricaturist,544,554,556.
Orange, the princess of, 339, 342. Russell, Lord John, review of the policy
Orval, the prophecy of, 704, 705, et seq. and measures of, 262, 270.
Ostyaks, the, 82, 83, et seq.

Russia, Erman's travels in, 78.
Painting, Eastlake on, 757.

Ruxton, the late George Frederick, 591.
Painting on glass, on, 156.

St. John's wild sports of the Highlands,
Parcel from Paris, a, 557.

36.
Paris, state of, 51-its supremacy, 53— St. Maur, the national workshopsat, 253.

this beginning to fail, 55, et seq. St. Paul's church, Frankfort, 530.
sketches in, 248—a parcel from, 557— St. Vincent, lord, 599.

pictures of, from Jérome Paturot, 688. Samoyedes, the, 85, 87.
Passavant's Life of Raphael, notice of, Sand, George, and her works, 568.
758.

Satires and Caricatures of the eighteenth
Peel, Sir R., on the sugar act, 276—the century, 543.

adherents of, 633-his banking act, Saxon law of succession, the, 3, 6.
suspension of it, 263.

Sayer the caricaturist, 553
Pericles, the age of, 155.

Scarborough, lord, 334.
Petrarch's Laura, 220.

Scotch agriculture, effects of entail on, 3.
Philosophy of the fine arts, Eastlake's, Scotland, the law of entail in, 7.
755.

Scottish Deer Forests, the, 92.
Poetry: The Buried flower, 108—Huz. Scrope's deer-stalking, 94.

za for the rule of the Whigs, 112— Sculpture, Eastlake on, 756.
To a caged skylark, 290_Sonnet to Seal-catching in the North, 85.
Denmark, 292—Danube and the Eux- Session, review of the, 261.
ine, 608-A Call, 625.

Shadwell the laureate, 228.
Poitiers prophecy, the, 709.

Shipping, influence of the navigation
Polar bear, the, 85.

laws on, 116-statistics of, 118.
Political economy, 107.

Siberia, 76-treatment of the exiles in,
Poor-law, long want of, in Ireland, 661 80.

that lately passed, and supplementary Sicily, the revolt of, 286.
measures required, 662.

Sigismund Fatello, chap. I., The opera,
Population, redundancy of, in Ireland, 714-chap. II., the Masquerade, 718

and means of restraining it, 660. -chap. III., The accusation, 724-
Previsions of the solitary of Orval, the, chap. IV., The captain's room, 731–
704, et seq.

chap. V., The day after the wedding,
Primogeniture, sketch of the history of, 739.
3-its advantages, J.

*Silk, increased importation of, 271.
Prisons, &c., expense of, 67, 75. Simmons, B., To a caged skylark, by,
Prophecies for the present, 703.

290.

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