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PROF. JOHN S. HART AND MRS. C. M. KIRKLAND.

PHILADELPHIA:

PUBLISHED BY JOHN SARTAIN & CO.

LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

DAVIS

INDEX TO VOLUME VIII.

JANUARY TO JUNE, 1851.

SCENES IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST.

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The Offering of the Magi. Rev. Joon TODD, D.D.,

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Preaching of John the Baptist. Mican ASIER, M.D.,
The Sermon on the Mount. Rev. JOHN TODD, D.D., 7
The Healing of the Leper. Rev. S. E. BRACE,

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Christ sending out the Apostles. Rev. JOHN TODD,
D.D.,

9 Christ Curing One Sick of the Palsy. Bell Wilson, 10 Christ Healing the Demoniac. Rev. JoAN TODD, D.D., 11 Christ and Nicodemus. REV. John Topp, D.D.,

$1 The Widow's Offering. Rev. DANIEL Marca, •

82 Christ Feeding the live Thousand. REV. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

83 Christ Healing the Sick Man let down through the Roof. MRS. ELIZABETH H. BAILEY,

84 The Return of the Prodigal Son. REY.JOHN TODD, D D., Christ Biessing Little Children. HANNAH F. GOULD,

86
Christ and the Pharisees. REV. JOHN TODD, D.D., 87
Christ Foretelling the Destruction of the Temple.
Rev. Joux TODD, D.D.,

152
The Woman Pouring Precious Ointment on Christ's
lead. JAMES T. JANVIER,

154 The Keys of the Church. Kev. JoAN TODD, D.D.,

155 The Widow of Nain. MRS. J. L. GRAY,

155 The Ten Virgins. REV. John TODD, D.D.,

157 Christ at the Well. CHARLES W. BAIRD,

158 The Annunciation. Rev. Jonx TODD, D.D.,

230 The Shepherds Worshipping the Babe in the Manger. REV. JAMES LEWERS,

231 Christ Calling James and John. Rev.Jonx TODD, D.D., 23:2 Christ's Baptism. Mrs. Louisa P. HOPKINS,

234
The Parable of the Tares. Rev. JOAN TODD, D.D., 234
Christ Restoring the Ruler's Daughter to Life. Caro-
LINE MAY,

235
Christ Putting to Silence the Priests and Elders.
REV. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

236
Christ's Message to John the Baptist. Rev. JOHN
TODD, D.D.,

295
The Woman of Canaan. Mrs. E. F. ELLETT, - 296
Christ Unhonoured by the Nazarenes. Rev. JOHN
TODD, D.D.,

297 The Lesson of the Lilies. HANNAH F. GOULD,

298 Peter Denying his Master. Rev. John TODD, D.D., 299 The Crucifixion. Rev. ROBERT DAVIDSON, D.D.,

299 Christ Laid in the Tomb. Rev. Joux TODD, D.D., 301 The House on the Rock. Rev. Joux TODD, D.D.,

359 The Transfiguration. Rev. D. MARCH,

360 Christ Teaching who are his Mother and sister and Brother. Rev. John TODD, D.D.,

361 The Parable of the Talents. CAROLINE MAY,

362 Christ Dining with the Pharisee. Rev. Joux TODD, D.D.,

362 Christ casting out the Dumb Spirit. JAMES T. JAN. VIER,

363 Christ Declaring who should be Greatest. Rev. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

365

Biographical Anecdote. By REMBRANDT PEALE,

41 Coincidences or Plagiarisms. By WILLIAM Dowe,

42 Northern Loves and Legends, No. 1. By FREDRIKA BREMER,

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Governor Brigur, of Massachusetts. With a Portrait
By J. STARTWELL, -

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The Dark Side. By 188. KIRKLAND,
Northern Loves and Legends, No. 2. By FREDRIKA
BREMER,

89
A Few Words about Tobacco. Illustrated. By John
NEAL,

93 William and Mary Howitt. With a Portrait. By SILVERPEN,

100 The Wife's First Grief. With an Engraving. By JOSEPH R. CHANDLER,

106 Napoleon and Prince Louis. With an Engraving. By REYXELL COATES. V.D.,

109 Lion-Hunting. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND,

111 Loads. By Mrs. L. H. SIGOURNEY,

115 The Dangerous Beauties. By F. STOLLE,

118 The Passions. By D. I Barlow,

131 London Streets--Livery Servants. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND,

159 Northern Loves and Legends, No. 3. By FREDRIKA BREMER,

165 Worldly Religion. By D. H. BARLOW,

107 Retribution A Tale. By JOSEPH WILLIAM BENNETT, 168 The Broken Promises. By Mrs. Hughs,

179 Life and Writings of John Bunyan. Five Tlustrations. By Joseph BELCHER, D.D.

190
Humphrey Jackman's Last Trip. By Rev.J. ABBOTT, 190
Horace Vernet. Two Illustrations. By HENRIETTE
A. HADRY, -

204 Self-Esteem. By CHAMPION BISSELL,

210 The Arts of Design. By PROFESSOR MAPES,

211 The Old Bachelor in Prospective. By ISABEL JOCELYN, 238 Northern Loves and Legends, No. 4. By FREDRIKA BREMER,

241 The Disguised Frigate. By CHARLES J. PETERSON, 245 Hope. By D. H. BARLOW,

248 The Ferry. A Western Sketch. By A MISSIONARY, 254 Love. By D. H. BARLOW,

25-6 Growing old Gracefully. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND, 257 Aurora Borealis. By CAROLINE CHESEBRO,

202 The Aspen Tree. A Botanic Legend. From the erman,

272 Serials and Continuations. By CHAMPION BISSELL, 273 Old Maids. By Mrs. E. B. HALL,

275 Recent Corruptions of the English Language. By UNEDA,

279 Quartz Hill.' By D. H. BARLOW, The Birthplace of Burns. By H. M. FIELD,

302 A Visit to Moscow. By AN AMERICAN, Imitation. By CHAMPION BISSELL,

319 The World's Fair. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND, The Mantuamaker. By Mrs. C. M. STARK,

327 Premature Interments. By GEORGE WATTERSTON, M.D.,

331 American Authorship. By CHAMPION BISSELL,

. 366 Boker's Plays. By CHARLES G. LELAND,

369 The Couching Lion, or a Night among the Green Mountains. By Johx H. Rueyx,

379 True and False Nobility. A Tale. By Mrs. C. H. BUTLER,

394 The Streets of Paris. By Mrs. KIRKLAND,

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LIFE OF MAN AND OF THE YEAR.

January, p. 64; February, p. 77; March, p. 149; April, p. 227 ; May, p. 291; June, p. 355. By Miss HENRIETTE A. HADRY.

PICTORIAL ENIGMAS.

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Enigma for January, by Eliza L. SPROAT, p. 16, solution, p. 139; Enigma for February, by Miss SPROAT, p. 105,

POETRY.
solutions by MRS. DORR, Miss MARY A. BANCROFT, and
ESTELLE, p. 292, and by John MACKINTIRE, and E. H. CHAP The Seasons. With an Engraved Frontispiece. By
Max, p. 287; Enigma for March, by ERASTUS W. ELLS-

ERASTUS W. ELLSWORTH, -
WORTH, p. 209, solutions by Ella, J. W. B., OF NEW OR-

Literature and Art. With an Engraved Title-page. LEANS, CHARLES D. GARDETTE, ADA MORRIS, MRS. JULIA C. By WILLIAM P. MULCHINOCK, R. DORT, H. HARRY BROWNE, MS, and E. II. CHAPMAX, Brown Mantle. By Edith MAY, Enigma for May, by ERNESTINE FITZGERALD, p.304; Enigma The Blind Steed. Ilustrated. By Rev. CHARLES T. pp. 349, 350; Enigma for April, by MR. ELLSWORTH, p. 240; My Son (Andrew M. Sigourney). By Mrs. L. H. for June, by Eliza L. SPROAT, p. 368.

BROOKS,

The Heart and the World. By Augusta BROWNE,
PROSE.

Alone. By JAMES H. DURAND, •

The Dream. Illustrated. By MRS. MARY G. HORSAmy, a Tale. Two Illustrations. By MRS. C. H.

FORD, BUTLER,

19 Jephthah's Daughter. By JAMES T. JANVIER, Reminiscence of West Point. By Amy LOTHROP,

The Hunter's Song. Illustrated. By ALICE CAREY, Two Faces under One Hood. Illustrated. By MRS. Milton.- A Sonnet. With an Engraving.

By ANNE EMMA O. EMBURY, •

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C. LYNCH,

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32 39 40

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BOOK NOTICES.

January, p. 67 ; February, p. 139; March, p. 219; April, p. 284; May, p. 345; June, p. 410. By PROPEBBOR Hakt.

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES.

Jenny Lind, p. 139; Italian Opera in Philadelphia, p. 139; Finale Prose Writers of America, p. 222; Population of Philadelphia, p. 222; The Cheap Postage Pill, p. 22:2; The l'hiladelphia High School, p. 286; Washington as a Humourist, p. 288; Correction in regard to Mr. Tyson's ** Ilistory of the American Colonies," p. 318. By PROPESSOR TAKT.

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PLATES.

The Cottop's Saturday Night. Illustrated. By
ROBERT DAVIDSOX, D.D.,

51 The Mother and Child. With an Engraving. By MRS. JULIA C. R. DORR,

56 The Prayer of Marmaduke. A Ballad.

By MARY
Howitt,

57 A Morning song. By C. L. WIELER,

97 Chant of the Dreams. By BAYARD TAYLOR,

98 To St. Valentine. By ERASTUS W. ELLSWORTH,

99 The Seasons. By EDITH MAY,

99 The Bonnie Bairns. By L. VIRGINIA SMITH,

101 A Sonnet. By MARY SPENSER PEASE,

105 Greeting to America. By FREDRIKA BREMER,

117 The Poet's Prayer. By CHAMPION BUSSILL, The Resting Place. By MARGARET JUNKIN,

164 The Tower of Lahneck. A Paraphrase.

By EDITH
MAY,

175 Oh Visit Me in Dreams. By Miss E. W. BARNES, 176 A Chinese Serenade. Illustrated. By R. II. STODDARD, 177 Snow Flakes. By H. W. PARKER,

189 A Song of the Desert. Ry Mrs. MARY E. HEWITT, 189 To the Unforgotten. By T. 11:MPSTEAD,

199 Judith and Ilolofernes. By Ms. SARAH T. BOLTON, • 207 Our Little Brother. With an Engraving. By MRS. SARAI T. BOLTON, •

208 Unrest. By HELEN BARRY,

210 The Token of Hope. By SARA II. BROWNE,

2:27 The Mother's Cry. By THE AUTHOR OP “THE BROKEN BUD,”

237 Much Ado About Nothing. By Eliza L. SPROAT, 211 The Granite Block sent by the Swiss Government for

the Washington Monument. By WILLIAM
DOWE,

214 Death of the British Brutus. A Dramatic Sketch. By W. GilmoRE SIMMS,

249 The Resurrection of Christ. With an Engraving. By CAROLINE MAY,

262 To & Fallen Star. By EDWARD POLLOCK,

274 Rothermel's Apotheosis of Labour. By WILLIAM F. SMALL,

277 Return of a Victorious Armament to a Greek City.

With an Engraving. By VRs. E. W. TOWNSEND, 279 Sing to Me. By SARA H. BROWNE,

280 To Liz. By II. W. II.,

303 The Best Boon. By Mary Young,

319 Advent of May. By REV. SIDNEY DYER,

320 The Song of the Flirt. By II. T. TUCKERMAX, A.M.,

326 At Evening Time it shall be Light. By Rev. C. R. BATCHELDER,

336 Hymn to the Alps. By Mrs. E. C. KINNEY,

378 The Fire from Heaven. By WILLIAM Dowk,

390 Elijah Raising the Shunamite's Son. By CAROLINE MAY,

400

'The Seasons. Iluminated Page. By DORNDOS?,

FRONTISPIECE. Literåture and Art. Line, By SHAW,

TITLE-PAGE. The Mother's Pet. Mezzotint. By SARTAIN,

56 Preparing Moses for the Fair. Line. By FLEMMING, 71 A Valentine. A Coloured Print. By MCCLELLAN, 73 William and Mary Howitt. Line. By STEL

100 The Wife's cirst Grief. Mezzotint. By BUTTRE, . 106 Napoleon and Prince Louis. Mezzotint. By SartaIN, 109 Love's Light Summer Cloud. Line. By FLEMMING, 145 Time Clipping the Wings of Love. Mezzotint. By SIRTAIN,

213 Our Little Brother. Mezzotint. By SARTAIN,

208 The Resurrection of Christ. Line. By Jonssox, 262 Return of a Victorious Armament to a Greek City. Line. By GRAUAM,

279 Isabel. Line, By FLEMMING,

250 The Weeper of Wirtemburg. Mezzotint. By SARTAIX,

344 Elijah Raising the Shupamite's Son. Line. By JOHNSON,

400 Open Your Mouth and Shut Your Eyes, Mezzotint. By SARTAIN,

353 Lesbia. Line. By FLEMMING,

3,9 Tobit and the Angel. Line. By Jonsson,

410 N.B.-The pages here given show where each Plate is to be inserted in binding.

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WOODCUTS.

MUSIC.

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Come to the South. Words by CARPENTER, music by

PERRING, The Girl Praying. From the German of MATTISSON.

By J. 8. DWIGHT, Lay of the Imprisoned Huntsman. Words by War

TER Scott, music by SCHUBERT, Irene. From the German of UERLOSSOHN, by John S.

DWIGHT. Music by Franz ABT, Agatha. Words by JOAN S. Dwight, music by FRANZ

ABT, Ah! when thou art mine own, Love. Words trans

lated from the German of Henri HEINE by J. S. Dwight, music by KUCKEN,

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MUSICAL NOTICES.

SCENES IN TIE Lips of Christ.–January, Seren Illustrations, pp. 5-11; February, Seven Illustrations, pp. 81-87; March, Six Illustrations, pp. 152–159; April, Six Illustrations, pp. 230-236; May, Six Illustrations, pp. 295–301; June, Seven Illustrations, pp. 359-365.– Total, 39.

LIFE OF MAN AND OF THE YEAR.-January, p. 1; Febru“ ary, p. 76; March, p. 148; April, p. 226; May, p. 290; June, p. 354.--Total, 6.

ENIGMAS.-January, p. 16; February, p. 105; March, p. 209; April, p. 240; May, p. 304; June, p. 368.---Total, 6.

Fashions. — January, Three Illustrations, p. 72 and cover: February, Two Illustrations, pp. 143, 144 ; March, Four Illustrations, pp. 223, 224; April, Two Illustrations, p. 288; May, Seven Dlustrations, pp. 351, 352; June, Seven Illustrations, pp. 411, 412.—Total, 25. Rembrandt Painting his Mother's Portrait, p. 4, illustrating Art Notice,

71 The Blind Steed. Illustrating Mr. Brooks's poem, 17 Two Illustrations of Mrs. Butler's story of Amy, 19, 23 The Dream. Ilustrating Mrs. Horsford's porn, 32 Two Faces Under One IIood. Illustrating Mrs. Em. bury's story,

33 The Hunter's Song. Illustrating Miss Carey's poem, 40 Milton's House. Accompanying poem by Miss Lynch, 48 Portrait of Governor Briggs. With a Biographical Sketch,

51 The Bonnie Bairns. With a poem by Miss L. Vir. ginia Sunith,

104 The Smokers. Hustrating John Neal's article, llenry Kirke Browne. A Portrait,

. 133 Bas Relief on Mrs. Cozzens's Monument,

138 Village Merry-making. Illustrating Art Notice on Prith,

218 Chinese Serenade. Illustrating Mr. Stoddard's poem, 177 Scenes in he Life of John Bunyan. Five Illustrations,

191-197 Horace Vernet. A Portrait, with a Biographical Notice,

20? Judith and liolofernes. Illustrating article on Vernet, 2003 The Couching Lion. Two Illustrations,

379 TOTAL-19 Plates, and 99 Woodcuts.

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ART NOTICES.

Floury's Picture of Rembrandt Painting his Mother's
Portrait. By U. A. H.,

71 Henry Kirke Brown, the Sculptor. By N. CLEAVELAND, 1:35 The Philadelphia Art Union. By Jogy SARTAIN, 138 Frith's “ Village Merry-making,” and “Love's Light Summer Cloud." By H. A. II.,

218 Winterhalter's Picture of the Royal Family. By II. A. II.

284 Ary Scheffer's Weeper of Wirtemburg. By II. A. II., 341

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