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052 QI V.80
TO THE QUARTERLY REVIEW.
VOLUMES SIXTY-ONE TO SEVENTY-NINE
MAY 23, 1930 HERTZ
The Roman Capitals refer to the Volume; the Arabic Numerals to the Page.
ABBAS Meerza, account of, LXIV. 147 -attempts the reduction of Herat, 148-his death, 148-his son Mahommed Shah ascends the throne of Persia, 148.
Abbeys, number of, endowed from the reign of William I. to Henry VIII., LXV. 143.
Abbotsford, visit of Sir David Wilkie to, LXXII. 427. Abbott, Jacob, essay on the writings of, LXIII. 531.
Child at Home, re
viewed, LXXI. 54.
Little Philosopher, for Schools and Families, reviewed, LXXI. 54.
Rollo at Work and Rollo at Play, &c., reviewed, LXXI. 54. See Books for Children. Abercorn, the first Marquess of, notices of, LXVIII. 441, 442. Aberdeen, King's College, LXXIII.
St. Paul's, Letter from a Committee of Managers and Members of, to the Lord Bishop of London, reviewed, LXXVII. 220-240.
the Earl of, his opinion on the Commission of Inquiry in Canada, LXI. 266.
with the Rev. Dr. Chalmers and the QUARTERLY REVIEW, VOL. LXXX.
Secretaries of the Non-Intrusion Committee, reviewed, LXVII, 203. Aberdeen, the Earl of, Speech in the House of Lords on Tuesday, May 5, 1840, reviewed, LXVII. 203.
objects of his Bill for the Regulation of the Scotch Church, 230-ample powers to the Church Courts, 231-source of the opposition to the bill, 233-the assertion that it was changed during the negociation refuted, 237. Abernethy, John, the father of dyspeptic medicine, LXV. 317his character and rare union of qualities, 318-extract from his Lectures, 318. sketched by Sir Charles Bell, LXXII. 196, note-letter of, 215.
Abney Park Cemetery, its irreve
rences, LXXIII. 447, 454, 455. Aboukir, the Bay of, account of the destruction of the French Fleet in, LXXV. 538-victory at Aboukir, 553. Aboyne, Viscount, skirmish with the Marquis of Montrose,' LXXIX. 5, 6. Abraham, Sir John, letter to Lord Burleigh, LXV. 71.
Achenbach, the German artist, sketches of, LXXVII. 339-great picture in the Dusseldorf Exhibition of 1845, 339.