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THE
INTERNATIONAL
MONTHLY
MAGAZINE
Of Literature, Science, and Art.
VOLUME V.
JANUARY TO APRIL, 1852.
NEW-YORK:
STRINGER & TOWNSEND, 222 BROADWAY.
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ADVERTISEMENT.
The April number of the INTERNATIO NAL MO NTHLY MAG AZINEthe fifth completes volume, and the series. The Publishers respectfully announce to its readers and the public, that from the issue of the present Volume, the Magazine will be blended withHarpers' Monthly Magazine, and, therefore, suspended as a distinct publication.
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NEW-YO RK,March 30, 1852.
CONTENTS
VOLUME V. JANUARY TO APRIL, 1852.
American War-Engines: Colt and Jennings. (Seven Engravings.)
Ariadne, the Story of.—By Erastus W. Ellsworth, Annuaries: A Series of Poems.—By Alice Carey, Autumn Leaves.—By John R. Thompson,
Aztecs, At the Society Library. (Engraving.)
Army Private, A Word About The. Ashburner, Mr., in New-York.—By Frank Manhattan, Jr., Author of the Fool of Quality, The.
33
45 87 188 289 315 324 460
[Pg v]
Adventures of an Army Physician in New-York,
Arts, The Fine.—Kaulbach's Last Works,133.—The Publication of the Works of Ingres,133.—The Art-Unions, 277.—An Artist Sycophant in Naples, 277.—Kugler's History of Art, 277.—Copies of Ancient Egyptian
Sculptures, 277.—Drawings by Schiller, 277.—Kaulbach, 277. —Greenough, 267.—Kaulbach's Cartoon of Homer, 424.—Gallaît's Last Moments of Egmont, 424.—Monument to Metastasio, 424.—New England Art-Union, Etching of Alston's "Witch of Endor," 425.—Drawing of the American Art-Union, 425.—Philadelphia Art-Union, 425.
Authors and Books.—Henry Heine turned Christian,124.—Dr. Schmidt on
German Romanticism,125.—German version of Firdusi,125. —Bulau's Secret History of Enigmatical Men,125.—Historical Concert at Dresden, 125.—Leipzig Book Fair,125.—History of Music,125.—Works of Bach,
125.—Lachmann, the Philologist,125.—German work on Jonathan Edwards,
125.—Dr. Andree'sDas Westland,126.—The Gotha Almanac, 126.—Fruits
of Humboldt's Kosmos,126.—Auerbach's Village Stories,126. —Religious
Novel by Storch,126.—Schneider's House Chronicles,126. —Mugge's new
Book,126.—Wells's Middle Kingdom in German,126. —Geograpica Italiæ,
126.—German History of the British Empire in India,126. —Reverence In
Reviewing,126.—Adolph Stahr,126.—Countess Hahn-Hahn, 127.—Prince
Windischgratz's History of the Hungarian War,127.—Menzel's new Novel,
127.—Miss Bremer on the World's Fair,127.—Frederick the Great,
496
127.—Kohl's last Book of Travels,127.—Shakspeare in Swedish, 127.—New History of German Literature,127.—Listz's new Operas, 127.—Haddock's Somnolism and Psycheism,127.—Gervinus on German
Poetry,127.—Silvio Pellico,127.—English Eclectic Magazine in
Tuscany,127.—Gioberti on the Regeneration of Italy,128. —The Israel
of the Alps,128.—Christian Missions in China,129.—New work on
Horticulture in Paris,130.—Laurent's International Law, 130.—Alexander Dumas,130.—Prudhon's last Absurdities, 130.—M. Lefranc on the French Revolution,131.—The Waverly Novels in France, 131.—The Photographic Album,131.—Guizot's Moral Studies and Meditations,131.—F. Arago,131.—M. Ott, on Socialism,131. —M.
Reybaud,131.—Lord Brougham,131.—Hartzenbusch's Spanish Authors,
131.—The Grenville Papers and the new volumes of Lord Mabon's History
of England,131.—Sir James Stephens's History of France, 132.—Mr.
Merrivale's History of the Romans,132.—Memoirs of Dr. Chalmers,
132.—Alice Carey's Clovernook, Grace Greenwood's new volume of Tales
and Letters, and Miss Cheesebro's Dreamland by Daylight, 132.—Daniel
Webster, Mr. Bancroft, and Mr. Irving, on the Life of Washington,
132.—Baucher's Horsemanship,132.—Heroes and Martyrs of the Missionary
Enterprise,132.—Gutzkow's Ritter Vom Geiste, 268.—Henry Taylor
reviewed in theGrenzboten, 268.—Germany in the Revolutionary Period
of 1522, 268.—Reading Poems, 268.—German views of
Carlyle's Life of
Sterling, 268.—Curious German work on Shakspeare, by Veshe, 269.—The
Gothic Runic Alphabet, 269.—Fac Simile of an Ancient copy of the
Gospels, 269.—German Historical Monuments, 269. —Hagberg's Swedish
version, of Shakspeare, 269.—German version of Dunlap's History of
Fiction, 269.—The Vagabonds, by Holtei, 269.—New German Poems,
269.—Richers on Nature and Spirit, 270.—German Domestic Legends,
270.—Fecknor's Zend Avista, 270.—Rappert's Negromancer Virgilius,
270.—German Temperance Tales, 270.—Nichl on Civil Society, 270.—Correspondence of Goethe and Knebel, 270.—New Collection of Eastern MSS. at Berlin, 270.—German versions of Longfellow, Dr. Mayo,
and Bunyan, 270.—Recent German Historical Literature, 271. —German
Booksellers, 271.—Wholesale system of acquiring Languages, 271.—Adolf
Stahr's Prussian Revolution, 271.—Schleisenger's Wanderings through
London, 271.—Arabic MS. of Euclid, 271.—New work by Baron Eötvös,
271.—Wagner's Journey to Persia, 271.—Continuation of Humboldt's
Kosmos, 271.—German work on Kossuth, 271.—Cheever's Sandwich Islands,
in German, 271.—Silvio Pellico, 271.—Clemens Brentano, 271.—New Books
on Scandinavia, 272.—The Widow of Weber, 272.—Professor Nuytz,
272.—Maria Monk in Germany, 272.—Works of Kepler, 272. —Works
Prohibited in Russia, 272.—Liebeck, on Landscape Gardening, 272.—Cotta's new edition of Faust, 272.—Writings of Spalatin,
272.—Scientific Works from China, 272.—Biot's Translation of an Ancient Chinese History, 273.—The Library of Cardinal Mezzofanti, 273.—Michelet, 273.—Nicolas and Ritter, 273.—Works of Paganini,
274.—Philarete Chasles on American Literature, 274. —Lafuente's History
of Spain, 274.—New Paris edition of Fenimore Cooper, 274. —Guizot on
Shakspeare, 274.—Paris by a Hungarian, 274.—Villegos, the Spanish
Historian, 274.—Tranion on Land Tenure, 274.—Lady Bulwer's New Novel, 274.—New Works on French History, 275.—Count Joseph de Maistro, 275.—Don Antonio Saco, on Cuba, 275.—New edition of Turner's Anglo Saxons, 275.—John Howard Hinton on the Voluntary Principle in America, 275.—New Discussions as to Junius, 275.—Smith's Natural History of the
Human Species, 275.—Bonynge's Wealth of America, 276. —The Past and
it's Legacies, by J. D. Nourse, 276.—Head's Bundle of French Sticks, 276.—Legends of Alexander in the East, 414.—Hofner, on Dresses of Christians, in the Middle Ages, 414.—German Version of Popular
Nomenclature of American Plants, 414.—German Works on History,
414.—Count Von Hugel on India, 414.—Von Rommer's Historical Pocket
Book, 415.—The Art Journal, 415.—Beeker's Roman Antiquities,
415.—Ennemoser's Inquiries Respecting the Human Soul, 415.—New Edition of Brackhaus's Lexikon, 415.—Sources of Popular German Songs, 415.—Saupe's Schiller and his Paternal House, 416. —German Military
Books, 416.—Thirtieth Volume of the Library of Collected German
Literature, 416.—Biography of Karl Lachmann, 416.—History of German Literature, 416.—Ludwig Kossuth, 416.—Behse's History of the Austrian Court, 416.—Forty Questions addressed to Mahomet, by the Jews,
416.—Böckh's Political Economy of the Athenians, 416. —Hettner's
Æsthetic Inquiries into the Modern Drama, 416.—Lepsius on Egyptian
Theology, 417.—History of the Russian Empire, 417. —Bavarian Traditions. 417.—S. Didung, 417.—Zahn's Pompeii, 417. —Miss Bremer's American Homes, 417.—A German Wandering Jew, 417. —Mittermaier on American Systems of Punishment, 417.—History of Costumes, 417.—Amyot and the Old French Translators, 417.—Silvio Pellico's Works in France,
417.—History of the Bastile, 418.—Count Montalembert, 418. —Greek Professorship of Edinburgh, 418.—Dr. Smith's Pilgrimage to Palestine, 418.—Turkish Grammar, 418.—Bulwer's Poems, 418.—Lady Bulwer's Letters
to the Morning Post, 418.—Memoir of Lord Jeffrey, 418.—New Candidate
for the authorship of Junius, 419.—Unpublished papers of Torquato
Tasso, 419.—Bancroft's History, 419.—Palfrey's Jewish Scriptures and
Antiquities, 420.—Howadji in Syria, 420.—The History of Classical
Literature by R. W. Browne, 420.—Thompson's Literature of the Southern
States, 420.—Poems of Winthrop Mackworth Praed, 420. —New Book by G. W.
Curtis, 420.—R. H. Stoddard, 420.—Schopenhauer's "Little Philosophical
Writings," 549.—Wachsmuth's History of Civilization, 550. —German
Theology, 550. Wagner's Journey to Persia, 550.—Roman Catholic
Missions, 551.—Professor Brandes on the Mormons, 551. —Constitutions of
the Country Towns in Saxony, 551.—Gottleib Fichte's Ethics,
551.—Memoirs Of the Margravine of Bayreuth, 552. —Fannbacher's Recollections of Greece, &c., 552.—Remains of Klaproth, 552. —Daumer's Poems, 552.—Gutzkow's Bitter vom Geiste, 552.—New Scandinavian
Literature, 553. Philology and Politics In Denmark, 553. —Poems of
Annete Von Droste, 553.—Jahn on Beethoven, 553. German Version of
Byron, 553.—Wagner on the Opera and Drama. 553.—Record of Books on
Goethe and Schiller, 553.—German Translations of English Ballads,
553.—New Additions to the Index Expurgatorius, 553. —Hettner's Modern
Drama, 553.—Layard In German, 553.—The Tubingen Theological Quarterly, 554.—George Stephens in Sweden, 554. Eugene Sue, 554. —Villefort, 554.—New Book by Houissaye, 554.—Louis Blanc's New Volume on the
French Revolution, 554.—Edmund Texier on Paris, 554.—The Catacombs of
Rome, 554.—The Shelley Forgeries, 555.—Discovery of a corrected Text of Shakspeare, 555.—Sir James Stephen, 555.—Miss Vandenhoff's Play, 555.—Mr. Carlyle, 555.—Mrs. Robinson and William Hazlitt,
556.—Literary Men in the English Cabinet, 556.—Life in Bombay and the
Neighboring Nations, 556.—Philarete Chasles on American Literature,
556.—The Standard Speaker, by Epes Sargent, 557. —Memoirs of Margaret
Fulier, 558.—Bayard Taylor in Africa, 558.—Works by American Women In
Press, 558.—Dr. Dunglison's Medical Dictionary, 559. —Illustrated
Edition of General Morris's Poems, 559.—Books on Austria and Hungary,
by Mr. Brace, and Mr. Stiles, 559. Foreign Versions of Ticknor's Spanish
Literature, 559.—Arvine's Anecdotes, 559.—Dr. Gardner's Tractate on
Female Physicians, 559.—Mrs. Conant's Translation of Neander on James,
559.—New Volume of Poems by Boker, 559.—Professor Stuart's Last
Commentary, 559.
Bull Fight at Madrid.—By the Author of "The Castilian", Brooding-Places on the Falkland Islands.—From the German, Bancroft's History of the American Revolution, Colonial Churches in Virginia: St. John's Church, Hampton. By Rev.
John C. M'Cabe.(Three Engravings, after original Drawings, by Rev.
Louis P. Clover.)
Cicero, A New Portrait of,
Columbus at the Gates of Genoa.—By the Author of "Nile Notes of a Howadji",
Camargo, Mademoiselle De, Chatsworth, A Day At (Thirteen Engravings.) Cats, A Chapter On, Cagliostro, the Magician.—By Charles Wyllis Elliott, Choice Secrets,
Dark Deed of Days Gone By, Divination, Witchcraft, and Mesmerism, Deaths, Recent.—Dr. De Kay and Dr. Manley,140.—Sovigny, the
Naturalist,140.—The late King of Hanover,141.—Chevalier Levy, 141.—Augusta Byron (Mrs. Leigh),142.—General Merchant, 142.—Matthias Attwood,142.—Cardinal d'Astes,142.—Emir Pasha,142.
222 45 461
39 162
182
282 291 372 452 546 110 198
—Alexis de Saint
Priest,142.—Joel R. Ponisett, LL.D., 281.—Moses Stuart D.D.,
282.—William Grimshaw, 282.—Marshal Soult, 283.—Karl Frederich
Runinhagen, 283.—Michael Sallantian, 283.—Dr. Graeffe, 283.—General
Kiel, 283.—Wilhelm Meinhold, 283.—J. W. M. Turner, 284. —Basil
Montagu, 286.—Admiral Henry G. Morris, 286.—Mr. Sapio, 286.—General
Jatrako, 284.—Presnitz, 287.—Professor Dunbar, 287. —Henry Luttrell,
287.—R. C. Taylor, 287.—Professor Franz, 287.—William Jacob, F.R.S., 287.—Paul Burras, 287.—Dr. A. Sidney Doane, 427.—R. A. Davenport, 428.—Giovanni Berchet, 428.—Miss Berry, 428.—Louis Bertin Parant,
428.—Benjamin Laroche, 428.—Eugene Levesque, 428. —Thomas Williams,
428.—Baron Kemenyi, 429.—Herbert Rodwell, 429.—Sir Frederick Phillipse Robinson, 430.—Rev. John Taylor Jones, 430. —Eliot Warburton, 430.—Frederick Ricci, 430.—Baron D'Ohson, 430.—Mrs. Harlowe, 431.—Acheson Maxwell, 431.—William Ware, 560.—John Frazee, 561.—Dr. John Park, 561.—William Thompson, 561.—Robert Reinick, 562.—William
Henry Oxberry, 562. Rev. Christopher Anderson, 562. —Madame Thiers,
562.—Thomas Moore, 563.—Samuel Prout. 565. —Archbishop Murray,
565.—Bishop McNicholas, 565. Mr. Holcroft, 565.—M. Benchot,
565.—Professor Kollar, 566.—The Widow of Kotzbue, 566. —Baron
Krudener, 566.—M. de Martigny, 566.—M. Smitz, 566. —Bishop Eylert,
566.—Victor Falck, 566.
Epitaphs.—By F. Lawrence, Edward Everett and Daniel Webster, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Miss Mitford,
Enemy of Virginia, The.—By Dr. Smith, Election Row in New-York.—By C. Astor Bristed, Emille De Coigny.—By Richard B. Kimball.(Illustrated by Darley.)
Franklin, Grave of Sir John: Richardson's Journey, Falls of the Bounding Deer.—By Alfred B. Street, Fielding, Henry: The man and his Works,
Fashionable Forger,
Faust of Wittenburgh and Faust of Mentz, Feathertop: A Moralized Legend.—By Nathaniel Hawthorne, Freedom of Thought, and the Latest Miracles,
French Missionaries in Tartary and Thibet,
Fete Days at St. Petersburg.—By Alex. Dumas,
Greece, Present State of the Ancient Monuments of (Thirteen Engravings.),
Good Old Times in Paris: A Tale of Robbers,
Gambling, Chapter On,
Ghosts, New Discoveries In,
Gentlemen's and Ladies' Fashions, (With Engravings.),
Guizot and Montalembert, in the Academy,
Homes of Cowley and Fox, at Chertsey. (Thirteen Engravings,)
Happiness of Oysters,
Hungarian Popular Songs.—By Charles G. Leland,
Heirs of Randolph Abbey,
Historical Review of the Month,
Hooker, Herman, and his Works. (Portrait), Jackson, Flint—By a Police Officer, Jewish Heroine: A Story of Tangier,
Kossuth, Louis. (Portraits of Kossuth and of his Family.),
Leopards: Zoological Notes and Anecdotes,
Legend of the East Neuk of Fife,
Lee, Jesse, and the Lawyers,
213 307 310 312 341
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30 49 71 118 172 182, 333 186 850 508
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216 337 381 143, 287, 431, 566 523
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311 332 375, 400, 477 163, 288 442 74 345 1 54 63 84