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Life insurers, proposed extension of Navies, the French and English
pared, 643 et seq.-at the operasi
Navy estimates, extracts from reper
- Part II., 413—Part III., 546—Part ity against it, 190.
Nice, sketches at, 410–expected as..
Ni-pon, island of, 62, 244.
Nizam, the, during the mutiay, 119.
foreigo, in the Turkish service, $2.
ONLY A POND, 581.
and of his letter to the emperor, 6l+
the microscope, 595.
aulay's attack on, 661 et seq.--and on Pacific ocean, gulf stream of the, 212
Pagan, ruins of city of, 39.
Palmerston, lord, on the Italian que
reform, 507—the party of, 627, 63
church built in India by, 468.
Papal States, present state of, 350, 616
proceedings on Italian question at the
- influence of the press on, 119-
opening of session of, 375-proce}
ings in, on the threatened war, 317-
the dissolution of, defence, &c. of
Parochial libraries, on, 168.
PEAS, HOW TO BOIL, 70.
Pegu, the empire of, 34, 35-cession de
province to England, 35.
350, 352—his address to the Austrian Periodicals, characteristics of, 101.
Pilgrimage, comparison of life to a, 71.
princess Clothilde, 376---political ob. Plutscho, missionary. to India, 169.
PLYMOUTH, THE SIEGE OF, 707.
Pond, interest of a, 581.
Popery, difficulties from, regarding edu- Salmon-fishing, sketches of, in Suther-
tions of the, 224.
pagandist efforts of, in India, 464. like policy and threats of, 376—treaty
the witch of Walkerne before, 577. of, at Congress of Paris, 612 et seq.--
- the warlike tendencies of, 639.
Savings bank clause in the new reform
Savoy, expected cession of, to France,
Scandinavia, picture of, 368.
School libraries, on, 168.
Schwartz, the missionary labours of, 470.
Science, position of, in the art of war, 643.
Scourie, angling at, 88.
Serampore,the Baptist missionaries at, 473.
Sewage water, employment of, at Edin-
beth from, 567.
Shanars, the, an Indian race, 310.
Shans, the, in Burmah, 34
Shrewsbury, lord, treachery of, to Wil-
French navies at the opening and close Siberia, the gold-fields of, 486.
Sidotti, the, Abbé, 241.
SIEGE OF PLYMOUTH, THE, 707.
stitution of gold for it in France, 484.
Simbarra, city of, and its history, 61.
the Diana frigate in earthquake at,
245--sketches in, 246.
tion, 380—his proposed resolutions on SKYE, HOW WE WENT TO, 155.
Soma festival, the, in India, 319.
ward, 384—her views regarding Aus- Spain, annibilation of the navy of, 647.
Spanish galleon, destruction of a, at
Spencer, bishop, 477.
Steam, change in naval war introduced
of, France and England, 650.
Christianity into India by, 463. Sudra caste, the, 313.
557 et seq.
Sun, Indian hymn to the, 318.
Varda, a journey from, 902
Venality, the charge of. against the 12*
paper press, 190 et sera
Victor Emmanuel, policy ad view:
Wages, rates of, in Australia te. 4-11
Walkerne, account of the witcz ::
Walpole, Mr, the resignation of, 5.9.
War, successive derelopments of
Ward, missionary labours of. 173.
568 et seq.
Wesley a believer in witchcraft. 567.
White Elephant of Burmah, tbe. 16.
Wilson, bishop, his principles and des
of Christianity, 172.
515—the religious, ib.—their various India, 477 et seq.
:-their WINTER JOURNEY. A, 429.
WITCH OF WALKERNE, THE, 567.
Woman, position of, in Japan, 57
Working classes, want of bouses for the
Yedo, the gulf of, 393—its scenery, $$4.
ture from, 544.
Japan, 69 et seq.—the newspaper press Yule's NARRATIVE OF MISSION TO B:1-
Ziegenbalg, Danish missionary to India.
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