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LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW

VOLUME CVI.

JULY - - ,

OCTOBER, 18 5 9.

AMERICAN EDITION.

NEW YORK:

PUBLISHED BY LEONARD SCOTT & CO.,

79 FULTON STREET, CORNER OF GOLD STREET,

1859.

INDEX TO VOL. C V I.

33.

A

restricting, 89; anecdotes of, 40; number of

companies in 1858, ib. ; 'experience table' of,
ABINGDON Abbey, history of, 117.

41 ; average age of insurers, 42; the Standard,
Bridge, old verses on, 117.'

ib.; the Rock, 43; the Atlas, 45.
Adagia' of Erasmus, vast erudition of, 10. Auckland, description of, 194; compared to Co-
Ajunta, architectural caves at, 179.

rinth, 195.
Aldi
, the Venetian printers, 11.

Audley, the famous annuity-monger, sayings of,
Alhambra, the type of Moorish architecture, 117.
Amicable Life Assurance Society, origin of the, 35. Augustinian monks at Brussels, martyrdom of, 28.
Ammonites, 600 different species of, 89
Anabaptista, frantic fanaticism of the first, 26.
Andreas Bernard, his Life of Henry VII., 12.

B.
Annuity Act of 1777, 40.
Architecture, Fergusson's Ilustrated Handbook of,

157; the author's singular fitness for his task, ib.; Ballad writers during the civil wars of Charles I.
works of Ramée, Batissier, Kugler, and Hope,

54.
158; only two distinct classes of architectural Bayle, character of his dictionary, 61.
formie
, Egyptian and Assyrian, 159; Assyrian the Becket, Thomas d, kissing the

shoe of, 12; treasures
type of all Asiatic architecture, ib.; influence of gathered round the tomb of, ib. ; curious relic
Egyptian on Greece, ib.; Pelasgian, 160; pro- of, ib.
totype of the Doric order, Egyptian, ib.; temple Berkshire, 'the royal county,' 112; origin of the
of Corinth and tomb of Beni Hassan, ib. ; Ionic name, 113; divided into four districts, ib.; Nor-
order illustrated by the ruins of Nineveh, 160, man and early English Church architecture, 114;
161; brilliant colours in Assyrian, 161; Assyrian

Roman roads, ib.; chief families of, 114; histo-
use of the ar

and vault, 162; architecture of rical associations of, 116; Faringdon, ib. ; Apple-
the Jews, ib.; monuments of Lycia, 163; Corin. ton, ib. ; Abingdon, 116; Wallingford, 118;
thian order, ib. ; Etruscan monuments, 161; Ro- Reading, 120; Lady Place and the Lovelace fa-
man architecture, 165; their preference of useful mily, 122; Bisham Abbey, 123; Maidenhead,
public works to ornament, 165, 166; the

Basili- ib. ; Clewer, ib.; Windsor, 124; Datchet Bridge,
cas connect the Greek temples with the Western 125; Workingham, 128 ; Hungerford, ib.; ballad
Church, 166; type of the Eastern Church, 167 ; story of the Berkshire Lady,' 127; Englefield,
mosque of Omar, ib. ; Church of the Nativity 128; Newbury, ib. ; Wantage, 131; Berkshire
at Bethlehem, 168 ; prototype of Byzantine ar-
chitecture, ib.; progressive changes in domi- Berquin, Louis, history and martyrdom of, 80:
cal edifices, ib.'

; church of St. John at Constan- Bills of mortality, comic, of Steele and Addison,
tinople, a link between classic and modern forms, 36.
169; St. 3ophia's, ib.; rise of Gothic architec Biography, its effect on the popular mind, 61.
ture, ib. ; Lombard architecture, 170; its influ-

literary, history and peculiarities of,
ence in Central Europe, ib.; the pointed arch,

61-66.
131: Greek and Gothic architecture essentially Blazon of English counties, clownish, 114.
religious, ib.; Mohammedan architecture, 172'; Blunt's, Professor, Undesigned Coincidences,' 206.
palaces of Al Hadhr and of the Seleucid kings

, Boswell's 'Life of Johnson, reasons of the interest
275: mosque of Shah Abbas, ib. ; polychromatic attached to, 65.
decoration, 176 ; dome first employed for tombe,

• Bounty,' Mutiny of the, 96; removal of the de.
ib.; the Taj Mahal and architecture of India,

scendants of the mutineers to Norfolk Island, ib.
ib.; Moorish architecture in Spain, 177; archi- Boys, John, heroism of, during the great civil war,
lecture of Turkey, 178; Bhuddist and 'Hindu, 133.

Bray, history of the Vicar of, 123.
Arkwright's Spinning-jenny, riots from, 276.

Bright's, Mr., scheme of Parliamentary reform, 308.
Army, want of centralization in the British, 154. Britons, music of the ancient, 51.

Brothers of the Common Life, order of, 4.
Assurance, life, modern origin of; 32; trace of Buckman's

, Professor, advice on weeding, 291.
respecting, 87; Demoivre's formulee for, 37, 38; Building trades, strikes of the, 278.
Buffon's theory of, 38; statute of 14 George III. | Byrd's Collection of Psalms and Sonnets, 49.

ib.; rock-cut monuments, 179.

Ashton, Mr. T., assassination of, 278.

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