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A King for an Hour, 592, 630.
Dogget, Thomas, an Irish Actor, Lifeof, 513.
Biography, Part I., 257; Part II., 385.
Duchies, The Danish, their Rights, Cus-
of, described, 475, 476.
Earlier Type of the Sensational Novel;
Tracings of, 460.
Editors, New, of Shakespeare, 230.
Epic Poetry ; Notes on Dante, 504.
Estimates, The, for 1864-5, for Irish National
Education, and how constructed, 608.
FAIRY MYTHOLOGY OF IRELAND, The:-
Leonidas Polk, the Southern Soldier- Trials; Cliona of Munster; Finvar, the
Murroe ; The Banshee of the O'Briens ;
Female Felon Biography, 440.
tron's” “Memoirs of Jane Cameron,” 440. Future of the Cotton Trade, 117.
remarkable interview between, previous Court of Saxony, 549.
to the French War in Lombardy, 487. Grape and the Star, The, A Poem, 338.
Literature of France, 243.
Ideals in Poetry, Demoniac, 29.
In Church: A Poem, 470.
Irish Church: Her“ Reformers" and her
Irish, Magic of the Ancient, 148.
Irish Magic in the days of Cormac, 424.
Irish Literature—The Last Sighs of a Celtic
Italian Comedy, The Old; or, Harlequin
and Scaramouch, 67.
King for an Hour, A, 592 ; Second Part-
592; Part the Second, 630.
Lansdowne, Marquis of: strong Speech in
favour of the Irish Church, 365.
Legends, Curious Danish, 344.
Léon Gozlan-A Word about his Life and
Life of Laurence Sterne, Fitzgerald's, re-
LITERATURE—French, 321 ; Cymric, in
Middle Ages, 303; Scottish and Irish, 94.
Life in Munich, 696.
George M`Henry; Baptist Wriothesly
Southern States;” Mrs. Greenhow's “My
Imprisonment, and the First Year of
Abolition Rule at Washington ;" Dr.
Doran's “Their Majesties' Servants-
Annals of the English Stage, from Bet-
terton to Edmund Kean;" Samuel Philips
Day's “Down South, or an Englishman's
Experiences at the Seat of the American
War;" Speech of Mr. Spence on the South-
ern American Question, at Glasgow, pub-
lished as a pamphlet; " The Works of
William Shakespeare,” edited by W. E.
Clark, M.A., J. Glover, M.A., and W.
A. Wright, M.A.; “The Life of Lau-
M.R.I.A. ; Gosch's " Denmark and Ger-
" Residence in Jutland-the Danish
Isles, and Copenhagen ;" “ Germany
versus Denmark, by a Liverpool Mer.
Slesvig-Holstein Question ;" Moles-
can Life,"by Dr. Thomas L. Nichols;" “Pe-
by Epes Sargent, edited by William
Ruinous Social Effects of, 116, 117. during Half a century, with a prelude
of Early Reminiscences;" by Charles
baldi and Italian Unity;" Colonel
Vecchij's "Garibaldi at Caprera ;" Count
P. S. Henry against Innovations in Irish Emmanuel;" De La Rive's" Reminiscences
National Education Scheme, 603-619. of the Life and Character of Count
Cavour;" “Histoire de ma vie," par
"Revival,” The late, in America, Singular
sation, A Satire, 86; Soul in Space, 133; Ryder, Thomas, An Irish Actor, Life of, 658.
Sensation-a Satire, 86.
Servants, Their Majesties', 155.
National Schools, on the “Extinguish-
ment” of the Lay Principle, 607.
Society, The, of Dublin, 3.
Some Amenities of French Literature, 321.
Song of Spring, by Metrodorus O'Mahony,
nister to Turkey), "Rise and Fall of the Soul in Space-a Sonnet, 133.
The Cluricaun-a Poem, 625.
Present position of; Review of the late
in Thom's Directory for 1864—page 603.
tion, and the real Sentiment of their
to Edmund Kean, 155.
poraries—Thomas Ryder and William
Dutch Room, page 32. Part IX., Chap.
racter of, 477.
I., The Father, the Child, and the Pupil ;
Whitworth, Armstrong, and Rival Guns, 544.
Tale. Chap. I., Peg O'Neill pays the
ters in America, 477.
House by the Churchyard” (continued
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