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INDEX

TO THE FIRST VOLUME.

Aboukir, battle of, 502
Academies, literary, Moratin's remarks on,

427

Agathias, historian, account of, 575
Agriculture, Swiss, 205 uote, see Rural

Economy.
Alexis, Willibald, romance of Schloss

Avalon, 231
Alfieri's character of Sweden, 519, note
America, Chateaubriand's Travels in, 469

-Botta's History of the Independence
of, 490—Aborigines of the larger islands
in South America, 602_Spanish Ame-

rica, see Spanish, Columbus.
Anacaona, a female Cacique, her character,

603
Angeloni, his statements relative to Botta,
· 494, note
Antiquities discovered at Corneto, 335
Arabian Poetry, 562
Arabic, study of, in Germany, 567, 568

MSS., Asiatic Museum, St. Peters.
burgh, 665
Aranda, Count de, 424
Architecture, see Berlin, Etruscans, Mu-

nich, Schinkel.
Archives, Spanish, destruction of, during

the war, 380
Armance, French novel, 221
Army, French, remodelled by Napoleon,

147-infantry, 148—artillery, 149
Arnold of Brescia, the reformer, 555
Artevelde, Jacob van, the brewer of Ghent,
9, 24

Philip van, 25, chosen chief cap-
tain of Ghent, 26-goes to solicit peace
of the Count of Flanders, 29-conditions
offered him, ib.--takes Bruges, 34;
besieges Oudenard, 36-slain at the
battle of Roosebeke, 39 — portents on

the eve of that event, 41
Artillery, French, 149
Artois, Count d', 640
Atticotti, the, unjustly accused of being

cannibals, 587-confounded with the
** Picts by Chateaubriand, 589
Avanzini, Professor, death of, 326
Austria, study of Oriental literature in, 565,

570

Ballads and Romances, Spanish, 71 —

Death of Don Rodrigo,'*72-The In-
discretion,' 73—pastoral ballads, 74
Barante, Histoire des Ducs de Bourgogne,

1-style of the work, 2
Barros, Juan de, Portuguese historian, 195
Befana, singular Italian festival, 642
Beltrami, his pilgrimage in Europe, &c.

pilfered by Chateaubriand, 470
Berlin, New Theatre described, 302–

New Museum, 303_transactions of the
Royal Society, 331-Humboldt's lec-

tures on physical geography, 655
Berne, council of, 201, note--state of the

peasantry of the mountainous districts
202-regulations relative to the poor

203
Berthier, Marshal, Memoires de, 636
Bilderdijk, Dutch poet, 6
Bonn, university of, 332
Bossellini, Carlo, death of, 652
Botta, Carlo, his History of America, 490—

of Italy, 492—sketch of his life, ib.
one of the Piedmont commissioners, 494

-his political intrigues and changes,
496—injustice towards Napoleon, 497—
misrepresentation of the expedition to
Egypi, 498—ditto of the battle of Abou-
kir, 502_want of candour and imparti-
ality, 516-his insinuations against
England, 510-praises the Venetian
Government, 511—and Manhes, 513
silence as to the action of Italians, 514-
and as to the judicial and moral changes
in Italy, 515-want of impartiality, 516,
note-author of an epic poem, 517—

Osservazioni, &c., 658
Bötticher, history of the Carthaginians, 304
Bruges, origin of, 17-rivalry with Ghent,

ib.—the Ghentese proceed against the
city headed by Philip van Artevelde, 31-
their success, 33—narrow escape of the
Count of Flanders, 34—slaughter by the

Ghentese, 35 -
Bulgarin, his Russian Gil Blas, 648
Buonaparte, 94-army remodelled by, 147

-Botta's injustice towards, 497_his
expedition to Egypt, said to have been
suggested by English emissaries, 498
state prisons established by, 513-re-
fuses to allow juries in Italy, 514

2 Y

Balder, mythos of, 538, 541

VOL. I.

Burgundy, Philip de Rovero, Duke of, 4
Byzantine historians, Niebuhr's edition of,

574

religious enthusiasm, 591-method of
taking possession of islands, &c., 592–
his first expedition, 594 — his second
ditto, 598—his treachery towards the
Cacique Caonabo, ib. inhumanity to-
wards the Indians, 599—disinterested

ambition, ib.-melancholy enthusiasm,
Confederacies, republican, of the middle

ages, Kortum's work on, 550 - see

Middle Ages.
Constant, Benjamin, de la Religion, 318
Conz, C. P., death of, 325
Corneto, vases, &c. discovered at, 335
Corpus Scriptorum Historiæ Byzantinæ,

626

574

Correggio, 411
Cortes, Spanish, accused by the Irish

Catholics of oppressing the church, 359,

note, 364, see Spain.
Cortez, anecdote of, 608- his religious

sincerity, 609
Courts of Justice, Turkish, 279
Crusades, magic believed in at the period

of, 253, note

Cabrino, Fondulo, Italian romance, 231
Cadalso, Spanish writer, 80, 428
Calabria, severities committed by Manhes,

512
Camoens, didactic poem by, 191-his

dramatic pieces, 193
Caribs, accognt of, 601--their origin, 602
Carnival at Bome, 545
Carthaginians, history of, by Bötticher, 304
Casas, Bartolomé de, his Relacion, &c.,'

584—its authenticity questioned, ib.
his “Historia,' 585—-suppression of that
work, 586-reckoned a visionary by

Navarrete, 587
Cassas, L. F., artist, death of, 652
Cassoni, papal nuncio in Spain, artifices

of, 356
Castello di Trezzo, Italian romance, 230
Cavaliere-serventeism, 644
Chanca, Dr., his account of Columbus's

second expedition, 598
Chateaubriand, his egotism, 469_his tra-

vels in America, ib.-plagiarisms from
Beltrami, 470—his Natchez,' 472-re-
covery of the lost MS. of that work, ib.
-curious mythology, ib. episode of
Chactas, 476-its inconsistencies, 477
-injudicious flattery of Louis XIV., ib.
-his Discours,' 479, intended as a
sketch of the fall of the Roman empire,
ib.-want of research, 481-character of
Tiberius, 482_omits Diocletian, 484
character of Heliogabulus, ib.-Inde.
cency of his notes, 486--singular mis-

takes, 488
Cheese, Swiss, various manufactures of,

207
China, early travellers in, 372-Russian
missions,' 373—little known to the

British, 374
Chinese literature, 375-novel of the

"Two Cousins,' ib.--analysis of the
story, 377

language, students of, in Germany
572

- MSS., collection of, 664
Chronicles, French, 2—Icelandic, 528
Cid, the poem of, 48
Claude Loraine, 406
Clientship, origin of 181, note
Columbus, Portuguese memoir relative to,
· 186-original papers of, discovered, 581

his birth-place, 588-conjectured to
have been commandant of Queenbo-
rough Castle, 589-conceives the idea
of a western route to India, 590-his

Danish literature, notices of, 332,633, 656,

see Ingemann.
- orthography, Rask on, 633
Dætsky Sobesædnik, or Children's Visit-
. or, Russian journal, 311
Demarchi,'sonnet (Italian) from Villegas, 68
Denmark, literary intelligence from, 656

- Schlegel's work on the Consti-
tution of, 312
Denis, Resumé de l'Histoire Littéraire de

Portugal, 184
Dereser, Dr. T., death of, 658
Deycks, de Megaricorum Doctrina, 302
Dorn on the Oriental languages, 31 1
Drama Portuguese, 192—Italian, 647,658
Eddas, the, 270, 534, see Mythology.
Egypt, French expedition to, 498
Egyptian campaign, 636

Museum at Turin, description of
a papyrus at, 659
Eichhorn, J. G., death of, 326
Enghien, Gaultier d', atrocities committed

by, at Grammont, 22
Emigration no effectual remedy for excess

of population, 205
Epic poetry, on the use of the marvellous

'in, 251, note
Ethiopic language, studied in Germany, 567
Etruscans, their architecture and arts, 175
Europe, state of, at the beginning of the

twelfth century, 555
Fantoni, Italian poet, imprisoned for pro-

analysis of the fable, 445-character of
Phorcyas, 450—of Lynceus, 457—its al-
legorical meaning, 460-character of Eu-

phorion, 664_Goethe's “Mürchen,' 467
Gotha, Oriental manuscripts at, 569

literary intelligence from, 657
Gothic tribes, 524 — struggles with the

Svear, 526, 527, note_Magnus's theory

respecting them, 520
Grassi, Alfio, his Charte Turque,' 275-

panegyrizes the Turks, ib.
Greece, Kruse's Geographical History of,

308—no national alliance between the

different states, 552
Greeks, ideas entertained by, relative to the

Hyperboreans, 520
Grossi, I Lombardi, alla Prima Crociata,

epic poem by, 238-analysis of the fable,
240--want of interest in the characters,
243–Giselda's lamentation over Sala-
din, 246 - death of Giselda, 251-de-
scription of the battle of Antioch, 254
-want of invention in the poem, 255

testing against the cession of Piedmont

to France, 493
Faust, Goethe's, 435; Klinger's, Muller's,

Klingemann's, 436—character of Me.

phistophiles, 437—of Faust, 438-aim
S of the author, 440
Ferdinand VI. of Naples, his cruelty, 505,

pote—and treachery, 508 - approves

of the Sicilian constitution, 509
Fine Arts in Russia, 338
Flanders, early civilization and prosperity

of, 7-Louis de Male, Count of, 9, 10
insurrection of the White Hoods at
Ghent, 11
Fleck, F. G., death of, 653
Florence, literary intelligence from, 333
Foote, Capt., of the Sea Horse, his . Justifi-

cation, &c.,' 504
Foscarini, tragedy by Nicolini, 647
Foy's History of the Peninsular war, 145—

account of the author, ib.-character of
• the work, 144_his veraciousness, 163
France, primary cause of the revolution,

85-policy of the restored Bourbons,
87-restoration of the Jesuits, 88–M.
de Villele, 91-the Parti Prêtre, 92—
state of public feeling, 93-variety of

climate, 211, note
French historical works, 2
- novels, 220

poetry, 314
Freytag, Professor, new edition of Golias's

Arabic lexicon by, 567
Gaii Institutionum Commentarii, 300
Geijer, his “ Svea Rikes, Hafdar,' or Re.

cords of Sweden, 518—fixes the period

of Odin's migration, 526
Genoino, Italian dramatist, 658
Geographers, ancient, accounts of Scandic

navia by, 522
Germany, state of, in the twelfth century,

557_-the Stedinger, 558-study of Ori-
ental literature in, 563, see Oriental;
literary intelligence, 655-medical ditto,

328, 655
Gerolt' and Berghes' Carta Geognostica,
Ghent, insurrection of the White Hoods at,

12 — subsequent commotions, 19-fa-
mine, 28-conditions of peace offered
by the Count of Flanders, 29-rejected,

31, see Bruges.
Gil Blas, the Russian, by Bulgarin, 628
Giotto, account of, 396
Godoy, the Prince of Peace, 78
Goethe's Helena, 429-new edition of his

works, 431–Helena a continuation of
Faust, 437–Faust, ib. - Helena, 442—
notice of in Kunst und Alterthum, 443-

Hamarskiold, Lorenz, death of, 327
Hammer, J. von, History of the Ottoman

Empire, 307
Hanseatic league, 560
Hasche, J. C., death of, 327
Hauff, W., German novelist, death of, 653
Hebrew, study of, in Germany, 566
Helena, see Goethe.
Herodotus, his account of the Hyperbo-

reans, 521
Heyns, Jan, of Ghent, foments the insur-

rection of the White Hoods, 11 - his

sudden death, 13
Hieroglyphics, successful study of, by

recent scholars, 572
Hispaniola, singular mode of revenge prac-

tised by the females on the Spaniards,
603_interesting history of the Cacique
Henrique, 610— Barrionuevo's inter-
view with him 621 — visited by Las

Casas, 623
Historians, French, 2-Portuguese, 196-

Byzantine, 574'
History of the Dukes of Burgundy, 1 - of

the 'Peninsular War, Foy, 141 - of
Rome, Niebuhr, 168 - of Carthage,
Bötticher, 304 — Trapezunt, Tallme-
rayer, 305-Ottoman Empire, von Ham-
mer, 307 — San Marino, 316 - Italy,
Botta, 496 - Republics of the Middle
Ages, Kortum,551-Byzantine History,

574-Spanish, 627
Hitzig, his Life of Werner, 96 — ditto

Hoffmann, ib.
Hoffmann, German novelist, 96 - intro-

duced to Werner, 122

451

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