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81, 83, and 85 Centre Street, N. Y.
INDEX TO VOL. CXI.
Althing, the Icelandic, 69.
burton's mission, ib.; Oregon territory question,
135, 136; the Monroe doctrine, 136; San Juan
seized, ib.; right of search, ib.; the “Trent'
question, 136, 140; sycophantic tone of the
North towards France, 141; attitude of Canada,
ib.; Personal Safety laws, 143 ; consequences
of subjugating the South, ib. ; the United States'
intended recognition of Hungary, 134 ; barba-
rism of destroying Charleston harbour, ib. ; sup-
tance to England, 281; Earl Russell's opinion
speciality, 101; versed in the principles Arru islands described, 266.
Bankes family, the, 148; Lady Bankes's heroic de-
fence of Corfe Castle, ib.
Barnes's Poems in the Dorset Dialect,' 147.
: Belligerency, character of, explained, 134 ; block-
ade a belligerent right, ib. "See America.'
108; refuses to lead his army across the French
, passion of the Dayaks for the possession
of human heads, 254; explored by Mr. St. John,
258 ; its productions, 259 ; capable of support-
ing a hundred millions of people, ib.; the forced
trade, ib.; coal-fields, 261.
manity of his enterprise, 268.
Brougham's (Lord) account of the Princess Char-
lotte's from Warwick House, 33
· Burnt Njal" (leelandic Saga), analysis of, 62;
Butter, bad packing of, 150.
Canada, rebellion in, conduct of America in the,
Castlerengn (Lord), delusions respecting his cha-
right, ib. ; inust be actual, not con- thur Wellesley, 106; his ascendency in negotia-
tion, ib. ; conduct of the Walcheren expedition,