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A WHIG JOURNAL
POLITICS, LITERATURE, ART AND SCIENCE.
**TO STAND BY THE CONSTITUTION."
Pulchium est bene facere Reipublicæ, etiam bene dicere haud absuwdum est.
GEORGE H. COLTON, 118 NASSAU STREET.
INDEX TO VOL. IV.
603, 604; contrast of sensuous and moral
606; method of criticising pictures, prin-
607 ; gross ideas of the German and other
an artist, 608, 609.
ical notice of, 213.
constitution of New York State referred
to, 435, 437; judiciary provisions in, re-
marked upon, 138, 439, 410; importance of
all citizens attending the polls, that good
men and good measures may prevail,
444; country not to be governed without
parties, 444, 445.
and Modern Books, critical notice of, 213.
68; their birth and 'first writings, ib. ;
number of their plays, 69; their faults and
impurities, 69, 70, 71; their striking char-
acteristics, 72, 73; extracts from their
dramas and comments, 74 to 78; their
lyrics--quoted, 79, 80.
Beaumont and Fletcher, part second, 131 ;
heroic spirit of their writings, ib.; “The
Mad Lover"_“Valentinian, 132; pas-
sages from Valentinian, 132, 133 ; play of
Bonduca, 134; the “Humorous Lieuten.
ant”-ihe “ Elder Brother"—the “False
One,” 135, 136 ; “The Double Marriage,"
with extracts, 137, 138, 139, 140; the “ Two
Noble Kinsmen”_" Triumph of Honor”.
particular qualities of Fletcher, 142, 143;
striking passages, 144, 145.
laws and jurisprudence, 397 ; social regu-
not fit to be represented in picture, ib.; factures, ib. ; their foreign commerce, 400;.
543; brief report of its leading measures, Cowper, Sotheby, and Munford compared,
his epistle in verse to Charles Lamb, 24;
State-article sixth, the judiciary, (J. M.
(J. T. Headley,) 228.
power of the public press, 282; London
morning, papers-the Post, the Herald, the
Standard, Morning Chronicle, 282, 283;
evening papers—the Globe, and Sun, 283;
287 ; proprietorship of the London papers,
spondenis, 292, 293, journalism in France,
293, 294 ; weekly press, 295.
German of Lyser, (by Mrs. “ St. Simon,"')
Julia Jay, a poem, (Rev. Ralph Hoyt,) 610.
Lamb, Leigh Hunt's poetical epistle to, 24.
Legal Profession, Ancient and Modern the
Bars of Greece, Rome, France, England,
and the United States, 242; popular charg-
es against the legal profession, ib. ; nature
of the legal profession-how taking its
two divisions in the profession, jurispru-
Greece, ib.; the Grecian bar-Themis-
27 ; the Roman bar under the Republic,
lations of the Roman courts, 249; early
stages of Gallic law, 250 ; origin of trial by
251 ; parliament of Paris-order of advo-
cates, 252 ; admission to the French bar,
253; abolition of the order of advocates,
fession in England, 256 ; defects of the bar
education, 258, report of the “Inner Tem-
Webber,) 296; references to certain quali of 'the profession in ihis country, 260 ;
502, 503, 504; Norse poetry, 504, 505 ; Tega
ner, 505, 506 Part 2, 580; Troubadours
Illiad, (C. A. Bristed,) 350 ; some remarks 581 ; Klopstock, Lessing, Wieland, Herder,
how one lives in Paris, 377; No. III.-a
glimpse of the Appenines, 449; No. IV.,
Novitiate, the ; or a year among the English
Jesuits, critical notice of, 212.
Novel, (C A. Brisied,) chapter first, Hex news of its peaceful character received with
gratification by the three leading nations
Commerce, (G, H. Colton,) 459; Mr. sential belween nations as between indi.
interest of the nations in view of the war,
the principle of war not yet abandoned,
ib. ; growih of the war feeling, 107; Sir
Robert Peel's opinion against unnecessary
war, 108; statement of the case-first oc.
discovery of the Columbia gave us a farther
lish governmeni, soon after the purchase
of Louisiana, ib. ; a line agreed upon be-
tween United States and British posses-
sions, 109; Mr. Jefferson's objection-ne-
negotiations gain - opened in 1824, 110;
in 1826, ib.; in 1827 the right was conceded
in 1812 bill for grant of land in the territory
brough! into the Senate, ib. ; conduct of
the Administration, 112; conduct of the
Senate, 113; the treaty, 114-honorable to
the Whig Party.
Pictorial History of England, notice of, 514.
Poetry.—Hearts we love, 15* ; The Age, a
sonnet, 52 ; Rain, (by Rev. Ralph Hoyi,)
65 ; Emily, (H. W. Parker,) 117; Piciure
from Memory's gallery, 160; Sonnet, 179;;
Marching song of the " Teutonic Race.
(H. M. Goodwin,) 240 ; Morning, 275;
the Atheist world-builder, (Wm Oland
Headley's, second volume,(G. H. Colton,) Nuina and Egeria, 391; A Song for ihe
Chapier third, character of the Poles, (Dr.
tice of, 211