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bergen route, 154-condemned be Sanitary reform in the Metropolis, 255
cause impracticable, 156—Sir L. -Nuisances Removal Acts, 256-
M'Clintock's Polar expedition, ib. Public Health Act, 257 — well or-
Smith Sound the best route, ib. dering of Common Lodging-houses,
Navigation of Baffin's Bay impeded 260–Metropolis Water Act, ib.-Bu-
by the Middle Pack, 157—the North rial Acts, 261-abatement of the
about passage, 158–Baffin's Bay and Smoke Nuisance, ib.-Cholera in the
Smith Sound, 160—Dr. Kane's and Golden-square district, 262 – Metro-
Dr. Hayes's discoveries, 160, 161- polis Local Management Act, 263-
Arctic travelling bound up with the Board of Works, ib.-medical officers
name of M'Clintock, 163-safety of of health and inspectors of nuisances,

an expedition to Smith Sound, 164. 261-Mr. Godwin on cesspools, 269
Pope, tomb of the first martyr Pope -sketch of the main-drainage of
since St. Peter, 64.

London, 271-suggestions for fur-
Pope's ‘Rape of the Lock' the finest ther sanitary improvements, 273–.

example of 'verse' in English litera. history of the London water supply,
ture, 420.

ib.—visitation of factories, workshops,
Pork (diseased), see Trichinosis, 272. and workrooms, 275--deficient space
Praed's (W. M.) Life, by Mr. D. Cole in workrooms, ib.—is the administra-

ridge, 401-his verses of a practical tion of the existing law efficient ?
character, 405—his two prize poems, 277.
ib.-brilliant boyhood at Eton, 406– Sardinia, its value, 388-productions,
his Troubadour lyre artificial, 408— 389.
pieces in which his individuality ex Sarum (Old), cathedral of, 305.
presses itself, 410—compared with Saunderson, the blind Lucasian Pro-
Prior and Swift, 412-on what poets fessor, 431-engraving of his frame
his style formed, 420.

for calculation, 436—his mode of
Priests (interdicted French), secular oc working geometrical problems, 437–

cupations of, 517-statement made by his scepticism, 449.
the Bishop of Oxford respecting Scipios, tomb of the, 48.
Parisian clerical cab-drivers, 518 Sclater (Dr.) on the mammals of Mada-
600 priests occupied as drivers, om-

gascar, 190.
nibus conductors, and street organ Scoresby's (Dr.) observations on the
players, ib.-1400 fallen priests in mariner's compass, 345—on the loss

Paris in the lowest employments, 520. of the Tayleur,' 353—his voyage
Prior's 'Child of Quality,' 413.

round the world in the 'Royal
Puiseaux (Dr.), blind professor of philo Charter' to test magnetic vicissi-
sophy in Paris University, 440.

tudes, 354.

Scotch hospitality, 16.
R.

Scott's (G. G.) Gleanings from West-
Red King's (the) burial, 310.

minster Abbey, 297-restoration of
Relics of Saints spolia opima to Christian

Ely, 328– the great restorer of cathe-
invaders of Rome, 70.

drals, 335.
Ripon Minster, St. Wilfrid's Needle in, Sees (English), twenty-four, the number
301.

fixed by Gregory the Great in his
Romish Church, seceders to it do not

instructions to Augustine, 298—their
leare discord for unity, 528.

formation gradual, ib.
Rossi's (De) authoritative work on the

Seneca, death of, 43-his style, ib.
Roman catacombs, 52.

Sheep-farming in the Highlands, 11.
Russia's conduct in the first partition

Sicily, unsatisfactory political condition
of Poland, 245.

of, 387—its commercial progress, 383.
Russian prohibitive tariff against Eng- Slavery, essentially a colonial system,

121.
lish woollen and cotton goods, 577.
See Central Asia.

Smith Sound, its west side the most

northern known land in the world,

141.
S.

Smith's "(Archibald) mathematical in-
St. John's (Charles) 'Natural History vestigation on compass deviation, 357.
of Sport in Moray,' 29.

Snowie's lists of Highland shootings, 22.
Salisbury cathedral, 316.

Sports of the Greeks and Romans, 469
Salmon rivers (Scotch), 23.

-their sporting dogs, 470—hare-

hunting, ih.-implements of ancient their habits, ib.-immense Brazia
sporting, the laquers, 474-the Aayu. spiders, 177-colonies of ants, 13.-11-
Bódov, 475 — similar Bedouin dex. mense labours of the Sauba ant, 17
terity with throw-sticks, ib.-deer South American bats, 179-operatias
hunting, 477—the Toortpáßn, ih. - of vampire-bats on a horse, 14-
chase of the wild boar, ib. — Ovid's mode of catching the great fresh
description of the Calydonian Hunt, water turtle, 181 — assimilation or
479-hunting lions, leopards, bears, animals in colour and form to our
lynxes, and panthers, 481 – porcu objects, 182—the geometric car.
pines animals of the chase, 482 pillar, ib.- tropical features of the
coursing greyhounds, ib.-Celtic hare Himalayas, 183,
finders, 483 — no modern improve- Turkestan, the garden of the East, S.
ment in the mode of beating for a 1
hare, ib.—different breeds of dogs,

U.
486--names of ancient dogs, 487-

Ultramontane poison_threatening to
the beagle known to ancient lovers of

life of the Faith in France, 529,
the chase, ih.---ancient fishing, 488-

Uzbeg States, exports from Russia 3,
fly-fishing practised by the ancients,

576.
490 - drugging fish, 491-ancient

V.
falconry, ih-horse and chariot races,
492—the Pan-Hellenic games, 495 Vaccination, Act for compulsory, 91
races in the Circus Maximus, 497 Vers de Société, 404.

description of ancient chariots, ib. Virgin Mary, early pictorial represent
Stoddart's mission to Bokhara, 541.

tions of, 73.
Swift's pathos and satire in occasional Vitkevitch's visit to Bokhara, and so
verse,' 414.

cide, 537.
Swinburne's (Algernon) “Atalanta in

Calydon' the most recent attempt of
the higher Muse,' 417.

Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester, 's

the Conqueror, anecdote of, 303.

Wallace's (A. R.) travels on the Amie
T.

166– services to entomology, lil.
Tennent's (Sir E.) description of fig-

Walpole's "George the Second,' Co-
trees, 172.

lyle's character of, 228.
Tennyson Deincourt, honse of, 307.

Wells Cathedral, 316.
Tiber, geological formation of its basin,

Welwitschia plant described, 187.

Westminster Abbey, building of, 31;.
Thornton's (Col.) Sporting Tour, 12– Whale-fishing, early, 147.

regal equipments for his expedition, Willoughby (Sir Hugh), the father i
15.

English Northern discovery, 141
Trichinosis, Dr. Althaus on, 272. Winchester Cathedral, the longes
Tropics, natural history of the, 166–

church in the world, 336.
tendency of the animals and plants

Worcester Cathedral, Wulfstan's cry
of Brazilian forests become under, 302—history of the cathedral
climbers, 168 — vegetation of the

318.
forests of Pará, 169-emulation of

X.
plants, 171-vegetable garotters, 173
-strangling or murdering tree, ib.

Xenophon's Opuscula Equestria e
trees strengthening their roots by

Venatica,' 468-on scent, 473-
buttresses, 174–suddenness of blos deer-hunting, 476.
soming, ib. — picture of tropical

Y.
nature on the approach of rain, 175–
animal life in the Amazonian forests, York Minster, ancient crypt in, 301-
ib.-mammals of Brazil arboreal in great eastern window, 325.

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