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1134 DUBLIN

82702 UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE,

Literary and Political Journal.

VOL. LXXVIII.

JULY TO DECEMBER, 1871.

DUBLIN:

GEORGE HERBERT, 117, GRAFTON STREET

HURST & BLACKETT, LONDON.

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LONDON: 0. 1. ADAYS, PRINTER, BARTHOLOMEW CLOSE,

WEST SXITXZIELD.

INDEX TO VOL. LXX VIII.,

Æolian Music (Poetry), 401.
An American Opinion of Fenianism, 492.
Alpine Exploration, 302.
Borrowed Thoughts” (Poetry), 650.
Gagliostro; or, the Life of a Charlatan,

326, 466, 580, 686.
Calderon, 414.
Chase, The (Poetry), 684.
Custom of Burial with the Head towards

the East (The), 705.
Darkness and Light (Poetry), 438.
Death of Whiting (Poetry), 185.
Deep Sea Exploration, 481.
EARLSCOURT; OR, SOWING THE WIND

AND REAPING THE WHIRLWIND, Chaps.
XV., XVI., XVII., XVIII.,' XIX.,
XX., 21.-Chaps. XXI., XXII., XXIII.,
XXIV., XXV., XXVI., 141.-Chaps.
XXVII., XXVIII., XXIX., XXX.,
XXXI., XXXII., XXXIII., 257."
Chaps. XXXIV.,' XXXV., XXXVI.,

XXXVII., XXXVIII., XXXIX., 374.
Effie's Dream (Poetry), 423.
Fables of Bidpai, 601.
Fame (Poetry), 613.
First Tear, The (Poetry), 543.
FORBIDDEN FRUIT. – Chap. I., Cairo;

Chap. II., Nelly Lufton ; Chap. III.,
The Burtons ; Chap. IV., A Party of
Pleasure ; Chap. V., The “Cleopatra ;"
498.- Chap. VI., The “Campagna” in
Egypt; Chap. VII., The Pyramids ;

Chap. VIII., The Lost Key-Stone, 614.
French before Rome, 1849 (The), 163.
French and English Art-Writers, 341.
From Ancona to Rome, 710.
Half Tones, 651.
Harvest (Poetry), 278.
Heroes of Central Africa, 694.
History and Antiquities of Glendaloch

(The), 231.
Hurstmonceux, 220.
Influence of Externals (The), 73.
Joshua Marvel, 348.
Lancashire Folk Song, 116.

Later Revelations of Pompeii (The), 472.
Literary Style, 591.
Lord Chancellors of Ireland (Lives of the),

from A.D. 1189 to 1870, 61, 174, 290,
402, 519, 635.
Masters and Men, 389.
Martin Luther (Poetry), 658.
Money, 593.
Mysteries, or Miracle Plays, 361.
Off the Beaten Track.-North Wales, 186.
Old Newspaper (An), 557.
Old Home, The (Poetry), 301.
Only to Know (Poetry), 289.
Origin of the Arthurian Romances :-Early

Norman Poetry; Henry Beauclerc and his Trouvères ; Geoffrey of Monmouth and his Romance; The Materials for Geoffrey's History; How Geoffrey was valued by his Contemporaries; Robert Wace; Walter Map and his Labours; The Contributions of Chrestien de Troyes; Pagan Myths the source of Christian Legends; The First Rough Sketch of the “San Graal ;” The “San Graal” in its Maturity'; The Early Eng. lish Text Society, and their Labours;

121.

PHILOSOPHER (The). A Novel.-Chap.

VI., Another Arrival at the “ Cherubim and Seraphim ;" Chap. VII., Pearly Tom sees strange sights ; Chap. VIII.. Communion with the Dead ; Chap. IX., Killing no Murder; Chap. X., Storms and Havens; 99.-Chap. XI., I am Fettered to the Ground; Chap. XII., Can “ Elsie " be a contraction of “ Margherita”? Chap. XIII., I am consoled by a Philosopher and by a Mistress, 201. Chap. XIV., A Gaol and a Bludgeon ; Chap. XV., Can Mr. Littlemore's alas be • Faust?" Chap. XVI., “Goodbye" in Merringham becomes epidemic. Book IV.-Cross-Hatching.–Chap. I., Atra Nox! Chap. II., A Divine Flame burns very dimly; Chap III., “No Thoroughfare” is met with on a road which would have led to—what? 439.Chap. IV., Arcades Ambo; Chap. V., A Thrust and a Parry ; 569.–Chap. VI., The Poetry of & Love ; Chap, VII., Thunder in a Clear Sky, 671.

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