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INDEX TO VOL. XXVIII.

A.

Abyssinia, Ruppell's Travels in, 35 [See Reise in
Abyssinien.]

Anecdote of Louisa Ulrica, sister of Frederick the
Great, 79.

Antioch, siege of by the Crusaders, 18, 19; captured
by the treachery of a renegade, 19, 20.
Arabs, their influence upon European literature, 103.
Assizes of Jerusalem, or Letters of the Holy Sep-
ulchre, nature and spirit of, 23.

B.

Baktshisarai, capital of the Tatars of the Crimea,
description of, 74, 75.

Begas, the German portrait-painter, account of by
himself, 252, 253.

Bernadotte, Charles John king of Sweden, his in-
terview with Baron von Strombeck, 85, 86.
Boleslaus the Great, king of Poland, reign and
character of, 178, 179; his wars with the Ger-
mans, 179, 180; defeats Jaraslaus, duke of Novo-
gorod, 181, 182.

Brahmins, anecdote of their influence in India, 25,
26; rites performed on the death of, at Cashmere,
31; anecdote of a Brahmin hermit, 34.
Buddhism, antiquity of, 34.

Burgundy, History of the Dukes of, by Barante, 162.
[See Histoire des Ducs, &c.]

C.

Cashmere, Travels in, by Baron Von Hügel, 25.
[See Kaschmir.]

Champollion, Egyptian Antiquities, 149.
Considérations sur l'Angleterre, 259; difference of
party struggles in England and France, 260, 261;
Sir Robert Peel's relations with the landed and
manufacturing classes, 261, 262; composition of
the present Cabinet, 263; foreign policy of Eng-
land, 265; probability of war with the United
States, 265-267; relations with Spain, 267, 268;
domestic policy of Great Britain, 269; strength
and principles of the present Ministry, compared
with the last, 273.

Crimea, Kohl's Travels in, 62. [See Reisen in
Süd-Russland.]

Crusades, history of, by Dr. Sybel, 12; character
of the chiefs of the first crusade, 16.

D.

Darstellungen aus einer Reise durch Schweden und
Danemark im Sommer des Jahres 1839, &c..

(Notes on a Journey through Sweden and Nor-
way in the summer of 1839,) by Baron von
Strombeck, 77 and 241; description of the park
of Stockholm and Swedish women, 84, 85; in-
terview with King Charles John (Bernadotte,)
85, 86; house of correction for females at Stock-
holm, 86; names of Swedish families, passion
for decorations, 87, 88.

Devil's Codex in library at Stockholm, 79.

E.

Egypt (Lower), description of the scenery of, by
Dr. Rüppell, 36, 37.

Egyptian Antiquities, character of the alphabet,
symbols, 150-difference between the Coptic and
the hieroglyphic, 152,153; different styles of the
inscriptions, specimen of the sepulchral, 155;
epithets and similes in the text, 155, 156; cata-
logues of Egyptian antiquities, 158; Sir Gardner
Wilkinson's Manners and Customs of the Egypt-
ians, ib.; local deities, the god Chnouphis, 159;
Nahsi, Typhon, Netpe, 159,160; festivals and
Egyptian calendar, 160, 161.

Essai sur le Texte Grec de l'Inscription de Rosette,
par Charles Lenormant, 149.

F.

Famiglie Celebri di Italia, dėl Conte Pompeo Litta,
203; patrician families of Venice, and in the
Libro d'Oro at Genoa, 204, 205; four distinct
classes of the aristocracy of Italy, 206; the Massimi
of Rome, 206, 207; the Cesarini and Cesi, life of
Frederico Cesi, 208; Dante's ancestry, ib.; family
of the Candiano, 209; of the Giustiniani, their
numbers and influence, 210; antiquity of the ex-
isting family of the Tiepoli, 210,211; the Erizzi
and Foscari, decline of the descendants of this last
name, 211, 212; antiquity of the Genoese aristocra-
cy, 213; feudalism in Italy, ib.; the Guelphs and
Ghibelines, rise of the house of Este, 214; Sir
Horatio Pallavicino, 216; the Visconti, and Lords
Della Scala, 216, 217; origin of the Carrara,
Bonaccolsi, and Gonzaga families, 217, 218; the
Corregios, Rossi and Sanvitali, 218, 219; families
of Modena, 219; the Sforza, 220; the House of
Savoy, 221; descent of the Colonnas, 222.
France, disarmament of, in accordance with the
wishes of the great powers, 112; popularity of
Louis Philippe in the French army, 113; compo-
sition and influence of the army in France, 113,114;
number of men under arms, 115; effect of the treaty
of July, according to the Courier Français, 116;
power of Russia overrated, 117, 118; naval force of

France too great, 119; policy of M. Guizot,
121, 122; negotiations of the English Government
for commercial treaty with France, 122, 123;
treaty between France and Belgium, 123; advan-
tages to be derived by Belgium, 124; postage be-
tween England and France, 125, 126.

G.

Geijer (Professor), his plan of universal suffrage for
Sweden, 246, 247.

Geschichte des Ersten Kreuzzugs, von Heinrich von
Sybel, Doctor der Philosophie und Privatdocenten
der Geschichte an der Universität zu Bonn, 12;
opening of the crusades, 12, 13; history of them
by Tudebode, 13, 14; character and adventures of
Peter the Hermit, 14, 15; character of the cru-
sading chiefs, Godfrey, Tancred, Bohemond,
Raimond, Robert of Normandy, Robert of
Flanders, Stephen of Blois, and Hugh de Ver-
mandois, 16; policy and conduct of Alexius Com-
nenus, the Byzantine Emperor, 16, 17; hostilities
between the Latins and the Greeks, 17; siege of
Antioch, 18; famine in the camp of the crusaders,
18, 19; Antioch taken by the treachery of a rene-
gade, 19, 20; events following the capture of the
city, 20, 21; Jerusalem invested and carried by
storm by the crusaders, 21, 22; dreadful massacre
of the garrison and inhabitants, 22; Godfrey elect-
ed Protector of the Holy Sepulchre, ib.; nature of
the Assizes of Jerusalem, 23; death of Godfrey,

24.

Geschichte Polens, von Dr. Richard Röpell. Erster
Theil. (History of Poland, by Dr. Ropell. Part I.)
172; treatment of Poland by Russia, 173; geo-
graphical description of Poland, ib.; province of
Podolia, 174; extent of the empire of Poland, 174,
175; origin of the Poles from the Slavonians, 175;
their constitution, manners, &c., 175, 176; eleva-
tion of the Piast dynasty, 176; conversion of the
Poles to Christianity, 176, 177; vassalage of
Mieczyslaus to Germany, 177; total separation of
Poland from Russia by her adoption of the Latin
ritual, 178; reign of Boleslaus the Great, ib.
Dantzic acquired by Poland, ib.; visit of Otho III.
to Boleslaus, 179; successful wars of Boleslaus,
179, 180; disastrous campaign of the Germans in
1017.. 181; Duke of Novogorod defeated by
Boleslaus, 181, 182; splendour of the Polish court,
182; division of the country into castellanies, 182,
183; decline of Poland after the exile of Boleslaus,
183, 184; partition and losses of Poland, 181, 185;
invasion of the Tatars, 185; internal government
of the barons, 186; rise and gradual decline of
Poland, 187.

Godfrey of Bouillon, elected Protector of the Holy
Sepulchre, 22; his death, 24.

Gondar, its site, population, &c., by Dr. Rüppell,

45.

Grammaire Egyptienne; ou Principes generaux de
l'Ecriture sacrée Egyptienne, par Champollion le
Jeune, 149.

H.

Henry II., Emperor of Germany, his unsuccessful
wars with Boleslaus the Great, of Poland, 179,
180.

Hensel, account of his pictures by Count Raczynski,
254, 255.

Histoire des Langues Romanes et de leur Littérature,
depuis leur Origine jusqu'au 14me Siècle, par M.
A. Bruce Whyte. (History of the Romance Lan-
guages and of their Literature, from their Origin
to the 14th Century, by M. A. Bruce White), 94;
uncertain Origin of the Romance languages, ib.;
principal theories on this subject, 95-97; interpre-

tation of the Arval Hymn, 98; Basque dialect of
Spain, 99; the Romaunch or Rhetian or Tyrol,
100; specimen of the Romaunch in the Engadine
dialect, 101; Gallicanus, a religious drama of the
10th century, and Babio, a comedy of the 14th,
102, 103; influence of the Arabs on literature, 103;
Abulfeda's description of the reception of a Greek
ambassador, 104; mistaken opinion as to the Ara-
bian origin of chivalry, 104, 105; influence of
the Provençal in the south of Europe, 105; the
Langue d'Oil, 106; lays of the Trouveres, 107;
rise of the Italian Literature, 108; Brunetto Latini
and his pupil Dante, 109, 110; Petrarca and Laura,
110, 111.

Histoire des Ducs de Bourgogne, par Barante, 162;
origin of the Burgundians, ib.; distinction and
subdivisions of the Goths and Vandals, 163; hos-
tility of the Burgundians to the Romans, 163,
164;
their settlement in Alsatia and Switzerland, 165;
reign of Gondioc, or Gundecarius, first Burgun-
dian king, ib.; their wars with the Huns, and con-
version to Christianity, 165, 166; verses of Sido-
nius Apollinaris, 166; dissensions in the family
of Gundeuchus, ib; Gondebald, king of Burgun-
dy, 167; Clotilda, niece of Gondebald, married to
Clovis, 167, 168; laws instituted by Gondebald,
called Les Gombettes, 168; disastrous reign of his
son Sigismond, 169; Burgundy subdued by the
Franks, ib.; Mayors of the Palace, 170; division
of the kingdom of Louis le Debonnaire, ib.; inde-
pendence of the Dukes of Burgundy, 171; reign
and death of Charles the Bold, 172.

Histoire de l'Art Moderne en Allemagne, par le
Comte Raczynski, 252; account of Begas, the
portrait-painter, and of Wach, 252-254; of Hen-
sel and Schinkel, the Prussian architect, 254, 255;
of Charles C. Rauch, the sculptor, 256-258; the
three living sculptors of Germany, 258; account
of Schadow, Frederick Tieck, and Wichmann,
Hugel's Travels in Cashmere, 25.
258,259.
Humboldt, entire works of, 187. (See Wilhelm von
Humboldt.)

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Kaschmir und das Reich der Siek, von Carl Frei-
herrn von Hügel, 25; description of the scenery
near Kotoa, 26; Von Hügel enters the territory of
Runjeet Singh, ib.; city of Cashmere and the
Cashmerians, 27; description of the earthquake
in 1828, ib.; of a deserted village, 28; manufac-
ture and price of Cashmere shawls, ib.; method
of bargaining for them, 29; ruins of Korin Pandu,
ib.; tradition concerning the vale of Cashmere,
30; Durma-sitting and Suttee of Cashmere, 31;
religion of the Cashmerians, ib.; rock crystal of
Iskardu, 31, 32; revenue, resources, mines, &c.,
32; fruit trees, cultivation of rice, 32, 33; hemp,
water-chestnut, and perfume of roses, 33; horses,
birds, the Bulbul, 33, 34; antiquity of Buddhism,
34; introduction of the potatoe into Cashmere by
Von Hügel, 35.

Khutors, or gardens of the Ukraine, round Odessa,

70.

Kohl's travels in Southern Russia, 62. [See Reisen
in Sud Russland.] Pictures and Sketches of St.
Petersburgh, 222. [See Petersburg im Bildern,&c.

L.

La Donna Saggia et Amabile, libri tre di Anna Pe-
poli, Vedova Sampieri, 49; female writers in dif-
ferent countries, 50; female authorship in Italy,
51; Italian female education, monasteries in Italy,
52, 53; self-education of the enlightened and in-
dependent young women of New England, 53, 54;
of an Italian girl, 54, 55; influence of the Roman
Catholic religion on Italian females, 56; effect of
public opinion upon morality in Italy, 60.
La Convention de Juillet 13, par M. Duvergier de
Hauranne. Revue des deux Mondes, 112.
Lettres écrites de l'Egypte en 1838 et 1839, avec des
remarques de M. Letronne, par Nestor l'Hôte, 149.
Libellus Aurarius, sive Tabule Ceratæ et antiquis-
simæ et unicæ Romanæ in Fodina Auraria apud
Abrudbanyam, oppidulum Transsylvanum, nu-
per repertæ, quas nunc primus enucleavit, depinxit,
edidit J. F. Massmann. (The Golden Book or
Waxen Tablets, both of high antiquity and the
only Roman Tablets extant, recently discovered
in a gold mine at Abrudbanya a village in Tran-
sylvania, which are now for the first time explain-
ed, described, and edited by J. F. Massmann,) 1;
description of the triptychs, 2, 3; sense of the
writing, 3; office of Tabellarius or Tabellio, sig-
nificance of Statio, 4; antiquity of these waxen
tablets, 5; and of others extant, ib.; tablets ho-
nestæ missionis, 6; ancient writing materials, ib.;
characters in these tablets, 7; forms of the twen-
ty-four Roman letters, 8; contractions and ortho-
graphy in the tablets, 8, 9; sense of the words
Magister and Collegium, 9; history of the prov-
ince of Dacia, 10, 11; character of Verus, 11; in-
terest and importance of this discovery, 12.
Limans of the steppe of the Ukraine, how formed,
65, 66; supply of salt collected from them, 66, 67.

M.

Mayors of the Palace, origin and power of, 170.
Modal, valley of in Abyssinia, description of by
Dr. Rüppell, 38, 40.

Music at home and abroad, 127.

N.

Neuere Geschichte der poetischen Nationalliteratur
der Deutschen (The Modern Literature of the
Germans) by G. G. Gervinus, 273; character of
Wieland, 274.

Nile, height of it in the province of Senaar, 43.

O.

Odessa, trade, buildings, quarantine laws, sur-
rounding country, &c. 67-70.

On the Moral and Political Union of Sweden and
Norway, in answer to Mr. S. Laing's Statement,
by General Count Björnstjerna, Swedish ambas-
sador at the Court of St. James, 77, 241.
Otho III., Emperor of Germany, his visit to Boles-
laus the Great of Poland, 179.

P.

Pallavicino (Sir Horatio,) account of the life of,
216.

Peter the Hermit, character and adventures of, 14-

16; flies from the camp of the crusaders before
Antioch, 19.

Petersburg im Bildern und Skizzen, von J. G.
Kohl, (Pictures and Sketches of St. Petersburg,

222; extent of ground covered by the new city,
223; the Admiralty and Palaces, ib.; dress and
food of the lower classes, 224; houses in St. Pe-
tersburg, 224, 225; annoyance of the melted snow,
and absence of street lamps, 226; water of the
Neva, ib.; ceremony of announcing to the Empe-
ror the breaking up of the ice, 226, 227; process
of cutting and packing the ice of the Neva, 227,
228; bridges of boats, 228, 229; danger to St.
Petersburg of an inundation at the breaking up
of the ice, 229; summer nights, 229, 230; prom-
enades and street population, ib.; the Nievkoi
Prospekt, 230, 231; summer garden, 231; bridal
exhibition on Whit Monday, 232; the hackney
coachmen of St. Petersburg, 232, 233; variable
climate, degrees of the thermometer, 233, 231;
etiquette of rubbing noses with snow when frost-
bitten, 234; deaths from the intense cold, 235; mar-
kets of the Tshukin Dvor and Apraxin Ruinok,
235, 236; the money-changers and sellers of pies,
227; sedition during the cholera in 1832..237,
238; the hay market and Tshornoi Narod or
Black People, 238; the Foundling Hospital, 239;
literature in Russia, 240; Russian cuisine, shtshi,
and quass, 240, 241,

Poland, History of, by Dr. Röpell, 172. [See
Geschichte Polens.]
Prussians, overpowered by the Knights of the Teu-
tonic Order, 185.

R.

Rauch (Charles C.,) the sculptor, account of, by
Raczynski, 256, 258.

Recueil des Exposés de l'Administration du Roy-
aume de Suède, présentés aux Etats-Généraux
depuis 1809 jusqu'à 1840, traduit du Suédois, par
J. F. de Lundblad, 77, 241.

Reise in Abyssinien, von Dr. E. Rüppell (Travels
in Abyssinia, by Dr. E. Rüppell,) 35; landscape
in Lower Egypt, 36, 37; voyage to and descrip-
tion of Massowa, 37, 38; scenery of the valley of
Modat, animals, trees, &c., 38, 40; articles useful
for trade or presents to travellers in Abyssinia,
40; an Abyssinian caravan, 40, 41; journey
from Arkiko to Ategerat, 41; curious ceremony
in the valley of Saheta, 42; Mahometans and
Christians of Abyssinia, ib.; height of the Nile
in Senaar, 43; passage of the Takazze, ib.; an
Abyssinian church at Enquetschab, 44; slavery in
Abyssinia, ih.; Gondar, its site, population, &c.,
45; list of persons to whom presents must be
given, 45, 46; geological account of the sea coast
of Abyssinia, 46; formation and production of
the mountains, 46, 47; peculiarities of the dif-
ferent races of inhabitants, 47; early history of
Abyssinia, 48; present distracted and demoral-
ized state, 49.

Reisen in Süd-Russland, von J. G. Kohl. (Travels
in Southern Russia), 62; a Russian postillion,
63; inns of the Ukraine, ib.; uniformity of the
grassy plains, 64; hunting in the steppe, ib.; roads
in the south of Russia, description of Nikolayeff,
65; Limans of the Black Sea, 65, 66; their influ-
ence on the climate, salt collected from them, 66;
trade of Odessa, 67; strict quarantine regulations,
68, 69; trees and natural productions of the
steppe, 69, 70; khutors or gardens round Odessa,
70; vegetables, water, snow storms, and climate,
70, 71; character of the scenery of the steppe, 72,
73; herds of wild horses, tabuntshiks or herds-
men, 73; deceptions practised upon government
commissioners, ib.; Russian pleasure farms in the
Crimea, 74; description of the town of Yalta, ib.
Baktshisarai, ancient capital of the Tatars, 74,
75; constitution of Sevastopol, 76.

Reise durch Schweden im Sommer 1836 (Travels
through Sweden in the Summer of 1836,) by

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