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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, The new world and the new book, Index (search)
rge, 56. Scherer, Edmond, 5. Schiller, J. C. F. von, 90, 179, 189. Scott. Sir Walter, 10, 15, 46, 94. Scudder, S. H., 73. Self-depreciation, the trick of, 206. Sentimental, decline of the, 178. Seward, Anna, 218. Shadow of Europe, the, 27. Shakespeare, William, 16, 21, 48, 52, 186, 188, 189, 191. Shelley, P. B., 190. Sheridan, P. H., 47, 123. Sidney, Sir, Philip, 83. Slavery, Emerson's poem on, 8. Sly, Christopher, 213. Smith, Goldwin, 3. Southey, Robert, 217. Spencer, Herbert, 216. Spenser, Edmund, 18, 83, 94. Spofford, Harriet P., 102. Stackpole, J. L., 222. Stedman, E. C., 62, 67, 100. Sterling, John, 56, 94. Stevenson, R. L., 65. St. Nicholas magazine, riddles in, 23. Stockton, F. R., 219. Stoddard, R. H., 67. Stowe, H. B., 57, 58, 66, 68. Sumner, Charles, 70, 155. Sumner, W. G., 19. Swinburne, A. C., 68,158. T. Taine, H. A., 53. Taking ourselves seriously, on, 35. Talleyrand, C. M., 193. Tasso, Torquato, 187, 217. Taylor, Bayar
A la Heenan --Two negroes, named Harrison and George, slaves of C P Word, got into a fight on Sunday about a five cent piece, but were interrupted by the police, and yesterday received the reward of their valor at the whipping post. Another party — Spencer and William, slaves of J. R. Anderson, and Alfred, slave of R. Archer-had an unfriendly set-to on the Canal Bank, but the appearance of an officer caused a suspension of hostilities, and the belligerents were punished by the Mayor's order. Others of the gang made a "run" on the Canal Bank, and escaped arrest.
New publications. Education; Intellectual, Moral and Physical. By Herbert Spencer, author of "Social Statistics," "The Principles of Psychology," &c. New York: D. Appleton & Co.--The contents of this book originally appeared in some of the British Quarterlies, and attracted much attention. Among the American patrons of the work appears the name of Edward Everett. The author advocates a system of training of a blended mental and physical character. His system, though not wholly original, is presented with great energy and force. His views on what he terms physical immorality, as connected with general mental character and physical development, are especially impressive. The author conveys to the reader a great deal of very excellent advice with reference to training and health of the young and habits of mature age. For sale by Woodhouse & Co. First Greek Book; comprising an outline of the forms and reflections of the Language, a complete analytical Syntax, and an introd
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