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EDINBURGH NEW PHILOSOPHICAL JOURNAL. Lion Killer of Algeria.
Influence of Hills upon Winds.
99, 147 Flitting at Kosterdje. .
Haydon's Picture of Napoleon Musing.
Alexander and Nicholas,
589 Hindoo Wedding,
Adventure in a Tunnel,
INDEX TO VOL. XLII.
Coleridge's Unpublished MSS.,
Change for Gold,
Copy-right and Foreigners,
Cuba and the Slave Trade,
229, 414 Hungary, Austria and Russia,
235 Health influenced by Occupation,
3 Knight's Old Printer,
50 Ken, Bishop,
337 Lyttelton, Lord, Was he Junius?
Lion Killer of Algeria,
Leather Stocking and Silk,
Louis Napoleon and Free Trade,
564 Moustoirac, Bride of,
22 Graham's Jordan and the Rhine,
. 290 Nightingale,
520 Opie, Memoirs of Mrs.
Ocean Temperature, Change of,
. 511 Powers, Hiram,
A lovely Day,
New Books,73, 96, 193, 240, 241, 337, 384, 480, 616
327, 361, 602
Our German Friends,
England, France, Germany and Russia, 376
Who Was He ?
Aspect of Warlike affairs,
Prussia's Vacillation Explained,
426 Wind, Influence of Hills upon,
. 470 Utah and the Mormons,
32, 74, 116, 162
LITTELL'S LIVING AGE-No. 528.-1 JULY, 1854.
FROM GEMS OF MOORE.
To the pleasure-loving inhabitants of Paris, ges for which the French are famous, or gayly St. Cloud offers one of those delightful places tripping on the greensward to the enlivening of resort which, in the neighborhood of a great sound of some popular air, a sense of pleasure city, seems to transport the beholder hundreds and joy animates the whole being, and, pleasing of miles from the capital, and by rendering cheap and pleased, diffuses itself around in all those and innocent pleasures easy of access, docs more little graces and amenities which have made to ameliorate the condition of the lower orders French politeness proverbial throughout the than can well be imagined. From the noise and dust of manufactories, from the glare and oppressive atmosphere of the crowded work-room; and, also, but too often, from the deficiences and discomforts of an ill-regulated house-to the toiling artisan and ever-bending seamstress, how enchanting the transition to the shades and verdure of St. Cloud, whose beautiful Lauterne, modelled from the tower of Demosthenes at Athens, finely placed on a lofty eminence, commands a noble prospect of the surrounding country; here, seated beneath the magnificent old trees that wave over them with a thousand gentle influences, the smiling landscape at their feet, whose shining river, spanned by its superb bridges, reflects the palaces on its banks, and the gayly-dressed groups whose many-colored garments are seen amongst the groves, the sparkling fountains, and shadowy walks in all directions, life insensibly assumes a more cheering aspect its pains and penalties are either forgotten or borne more easily; and indulging in the harmless luxury of some of those fantastic bevera-I
Gayly sounds the castanet,
Beating time to bounding feet,
Through all that maze of mirth,
Then, the joyous banquet spread
On the cool and fragrant ground,
Into some loved one's ear,
When the dance and feast are done,
Arm in arm as home we stray,
The words, whose parting tone
That haunt young hearts alone.
Of her slumbers deep in the hushed noontide,
'Twas thus a day
In the lap of May
Sat singing of Summer not far away.
Were caught by a throng
Of bursting buds that hasted along."