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Pennies from Heaven

Objective   2/14/2016

Pennies from Heaven   2/17/2016

Pennies from Heaven   Wikipedia

"Pennies from Heaven" is a 1936 American popular song with music by Arthur Johnston and words by Johnny Burke.

It was introduced by Bing Crosby in the 1936 film of the same name.

It was recorded in the same year by Billie Holiday and afterwards performed by Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, Dinah Washington, Clark Terry, Frances Langford, Arthur Tracy, Big Joe Turner, Frank Sinatra, Stan Getz, Dean Martin, Gene Ammons, The Skyliners (a major hit in 1960), Louis Prima, Legion of Mary, Guy Mitchell, Rose Murphy and many other jazz and popular singers.

The 1936 recording by Bing Crosby on Decca Records was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2004.

Bing Crosby also released the song in a performance with Louis Armstrong and Frances Langford with Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra also on Decca.

It is also a website ...

www.penniesfromheaven.co.uk

Pennies from Heaven is a simple concept.

Employees net pay is rounded down to the nearest pound with the pennies donated to charity.

Earn £850.34 then 34p is donated to charity.

Charities are chosen by the employers mostly in conjunction with employees.

The scheme can also be offered to pensioners.

The most you can ever give is 99p every time you are paid.

If just 10% of the UK workforce signed up £24m would be raised for charity every year.

“…Let’s all do something little and together make a big difference to charities…”

Because donations are small all staff can be included in giving through pay.

Pennies from Heaven is a way to give regularly, in a structured and tax efficient way to charities complimenting all other fundraising activities undertaken by staff.

Pennies from Heaven is the largest micro giving scheme for employees and pensioners in the UK.

The team has 15 years experience in fundraising and to date the scheme has raised over 330,000,000 million pennies (February 2016) for over 265 charities.

Major employers offering the scheme include Barclays, HSBC, Cadbury Schweppes, Lloyds Pharmacy, LV=, Palmer and Harvey, Skandia Life, TNT, Smiths News, WHSmith, many UK Councils and many Trusts from the largest UK employer the NHS.

Despite tough economic conditions the scheme continues to buck the trend in charitable giving:

More companies joining – 70% increase in companies offering Pennies from Heaven in the last 4 years.
More money raised – 56% increase in donations 2009-2012.
Fast processing – 80% of donations received by the charities within 30 days.
More employees joining –56% increase in employees taking part in the last four years.
Popular with staff – five times more popular than payroll giving.
100% of donations via PFH are eligible for Gift Aid (subject to declaration)
No fees to charities.

“Everyone gives a little but together the team makes a big difference to a charity that matters to them”


INTRODUCTION  2/13/2016

INTRODUCTION

An enterprise such as THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS is to be judged from two different standpoints. It may be judged with respect to its specific achievement--the material of which it consists; or it may be judged with regard to its general utility in the scheme of literature to which it belongs.

In an age which is sometimes ironically called "remarkable" for its commercialism, nothing has been more truly remarkable than the advancement in learning as well as in material progress; and of all the instruments that have contributed to this end, none has been more effective, perhaps, than the practical popularisation of literature.

In THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS an attempt has been made to effect a compendium of the world's best literature in a form that shall be at once accessible to every one and still faithful to its originals; or, in other words, it has been sought to allow the original author to tell his own story over again in his own language, but in the shortest possible space.

Such a method differs entirely from all those in which an author is represented, either by one or more extracts from his work, or else by a formal summary or criticism of it in a language not his own.

And, since the style and language of an original is what often constitutes the wings upon which alone its thought will fly, to have access to its thought without its form is too often to possess a skeleton without the spirit which alone could animate it.

Notwithstanding this, however, we are aware that even THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS will not escape the criticism of a small class of people who will profess to object to this, as to any kind of interference with an author's original--in reply to which it can only be said that such objections are seldom, if ever, made in the true interests of learning, or in a genuine spirit of inquiry, and too often only proceed from a knowledge of books or love of them which goes no deeper than their title-page.

For better than all books are the truths which books contain, and to condense those truths into a form that makes them available is not only to invest them with new powers and an enlarged range of usefulness, but is also not necessarily to interfere with any of those essential qualities that make up the exquisite literary flavor of a fine original.

The selections in THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS have been collected, and are alphabetically arranged, in ten different divisions,--namely, Fiction, Lives and Letters, History, Religion, Philosophy, Economics, Science, Poetry and Drama, Travel and Adventure and Miscellaneous Literature.

An important additional feature of the work is the brief, yet highly critical biographical and bibliographical note which accompanies every author and every selection throughout the twenty volumes.

To this must be also added the not less important Introductories, and other explanations written by experts, which often accompany the selections in the text--cardinal examples of which will be found in particular in the section of Religion of this work, in the articles dealing with such subjects as the Book of the Dead, Brahmanism, Confucianism, the Koran, Talmud, etc.

With respect to the selections themselves, it may be added that, even where they are derived from foreign originals, they have often been prepared from those originals rather than from any existing translations of them, as in the fine translation of Catullus by Professor Wight Duff, or the condensations from Euripides, Corneille, Kant, Tacitus, and very many more.

In other cases, again, the selections have been specially prepared for THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS by their authors or their agents, such as the two selections by Major Martin Hume in History, by Dr. Bramwell and Sir Francis Galton in Science, by Mr. Robert Hichens in Fiction, etc.

From this, and still more from the list of authors itself, it will be found, we hope, that besides a completely modern aim, a distinctly proper proportion of modern literature has found a place in the work, and that the best of French, German, Scandinavian, Russian, and other authors take rank in it with American and English, as do the best of the ancients with the best among the moderns.

As the aim of THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS has been directed first of all towards those forms of literature which were in the most need of condensation to make them readily available, it will not be expected that the Poetry section of the work will contain the shorter kind of poems.

Moreover, even if the shortness of such poems and their general accessibility in present-day anthologies did not render their inclusion here a work of supererogation, it was felt that their place could be far better filled in a work like the present by the world's best dramatic literature,--as has been done.

This does not apply, however, to translations from the shorter poems of ancient classical literature, which, however short they may be, cannot be said to be already generally available for everyday reading.

Throughout, the claims of literature proper, or of fine writing, have been intimately considered in conjunction with the claims of pure learning, or of information, with the result, it is hoped, that to the authority of the world's best thinkers is added the picturesqueness of their fine writing.

Plato, Spencer, Newton; Darwin, Haeckel, Virchow; Æschylus, Shelley, Ibsen; Burton, Mandeville, Loti; or Brandes, Matthew Arnold, and Demosthenes--from old and from modern times they yield up their pearls.

The notion of finality, or of an utter inclusiveness, for such a work as THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS may be readily disclaimed.

To set it up even would seem ridiculous to any one acquainted with the enormous range of the subject.

Not so ridiculous, however, may seem the claim to have established a standard and a form of achievement new in the annals of literary production; and one, moreover, whose importance as an educative factor, no less than as a test of the special needs of the era wherein we are living, may be as valid in its own way and in its own time as some of those other contributions which have helped along the revival of learning and of letters, from that first awakening of the Renascence humanists down to our own day.

Worlds Greatest Books  3/28/2016

In the following Index the Roman Numerals refer to the Volumes, and the Arabic Numerals to Pages. The numerals in heavy, or black-faced type, indicate the place where the biographical notice will be found.

  • Abbé Constantine, The   V 38
  • Abélard and Héloïse   IX 1
  • About, Edmond   I 1
  • Adam Bede   IV 33
  • Addison, Joseph  XVI 1;   XX 1
  • Advancement of Learning, The   XIII 321
  • Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, The   II 41
  • Advice to Young Men   XX 78
  • Æschylus  XVI 16 seq.
  • Æsop   XX 10
  • Africa: see Vol.   XIX
  • Agamemnon, The  XVI 16
  • Age of Reason, The   XIII 196
  • Aids to Reflection   XIII 84
  • Ainsworth, Harrison   I 17
  • Albert N'Yanza, The   XIX 1
  • Alcestis  XVI 336
  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland   II 176
  • All for Love  XVI 322
  • Alton Locke   V 236
  • Ambrosio, or the Monk   VI 51
  • Amelia   IV 122
  • America, History of:
  • ——, Democracy in   XX 324
  • ——, Wanderings in South   XIX 313
  • Anabasis, The   XI 110
  • Anatomy of Melancholy, The   XX 41
  • —— of Vertebrates   XV 280
  • Andersen, Hans Christian   I 30
  • Angler, The Complete   XX 334
  • Animal Chemistry   XV 203
  • Anna Karenina   VIII 205
  • Annals of the Parish   IV 204
  • —— of Tacitus   XI 156
  • Antigone  XVIII 237
  • Antiquary, The   VII 241
  • Antiquities of the Jews   XI 43
  • Apocrypha, The   XIII 1
  • Apologia Pro Vita Sua   XIII 185
  • Apology, or Defence of Socrates   XIV 75
  • Apuleius   I 45
  • Arabian Nights   I 61
  • Arcadia   VIII 54
  • Areopagitica   XX 257
  • Ariosto, Ludovico  XVI 51
  • Aristophanes  XVI 64 seq.
  • Aristotle   XIII 291
  • Arne   I 274
  • Arnold, Matthew   XX 18
  • Arnold, Life of Thomas   X 260
  • Astronomy, Outlines of   XV 146
  • Atala   II 224
  • Atta Troll   XVII 50
  • Aucassin and Nicolette   I 79
  • Auerbach, Berthold   I 93
  • Augustine, Saint   IX 24;   XIII 29
  • Aurelius (Marcus Aurelius Antoninus)   XIII 307
  • Aurora Leigh  XVI 144
  • Austen, Jane   I 109 seq.
  • Authority of Scripture, The   XIII 129
  • Autobiography of Alexander Carlyle   IX 91
  • Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini   IX 120350
  • —— of Benjamin Franklin   IX 247
  • —— of Flavius Josephus   X 61
  • Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table, The   XX 181
  • Bacon, Francis   XIII 321
  • Bagehot, Walter   XII 88
  • Bailey, Philip James  XVI 86
  • Baker, Sir Samuel   XIX 1
  • Balzac, Honoré de   I 188 seq.
  • Barber of Seville, The  XVI 101
  • Barchester Towers   VIII 233
  • Barnaby Rudge   III 53
  • Baxter, Richard   XIII 37
  • Beaconsfield, Earl of: see Disraeli, Benjamin
  • Beaumarchais, P.A. Caron de  XVI 101 seq.
  • Beaumont and Fletcher  XVI 133
  • Beckford, William   I 244
  • Behn, Aphra   I 255
  • Belinda   IV 13
  • Bellamy, Edward   XIV 173
  • Bentham, Jeremy   XIV 186
  • Bérénice  XVIII 106
  • Bergerac, Cyrano de   I 265
  • Berkeley, George   XIII 329
  • Bernard, Life of Saint   X 135
  • Betrothed, The   VI 169
  • Beyle, Henri: see Stendhal
  • Bible in Spain, The   XIX 22
  • Biographia Literaria   IX 166
  • Biology, Principles of   XIV 133
  • Birds, The  XVI 64
  • Björnson, Björnstjerne   I 274 seq.
  • Black, William   I 300
  • Black Prophet, The   II 164
  • —— Tulip, The   III 281
  • Blackmore, R. D.   I 313
  • Bleak House   III 66
  • Bloch, Jean   XIV 199
  • Blot in the 'Scutcheon, A  XVI 154
  • Boccaccio, Giovanni   I 327
  • Book of the Dead   XIII 47
  • Borrow, George   II 1 seq.;   XIX 13 seq.
  • Boswell, James   IX 37;   XIX 37
  • Bothwell   IV 301
  • Braddon, M. E.   II 27
  • Bradley, Edward ("Cuthbert Bede")   II 41
  • Brahmanism, Books of   XIII 59
  • Bramwell, John Milne   XV 1
  • Brandes, George   XX 31
  • Brewster, Sir Davis   IX 66
  • Brontë, Charlotte   II 54 seq.;
    • "Life of"   IX 259
  • Brontë, Emily   II 97
  • Browne, Sir Thomas   XIII 66
  • Browning, Elizabeth Barrett  XVI 144
  • Browning, Robert  XVI 154 seq.
  • Bruce, James   XIX 47
  • Buchanan, Robert   II 111
  • Buckle, Henry   XII 76
  • Buffon, Comte de   XV 12
  • Bunyan, John   II 124 seq.;   IX 79
  • Burckhardt, John Lewis   XIX 57
  • Burke, Edmund   XIV 212
  • Burney, Fanny   II 150
  • Burns, Life of Robert   X 86
  • Burton, Robert   XX 41
  • Burton, Sir Richard   XIX 67
  • Butler, Samuel  XVI 177
  • Butler, Sir William   XIX79 seq.
  • Byron, Lord  XVI 188 seq.;
    • "Life of"   X 122
  • Cæsar, Julius   XI 144
  • Calderon de la Barca  XVI 206
  • Caleb Williams   IV 241
  • Caliph Vathek, History of   I 244
  • Called Back   II 274
  • Calvin, John   XIII 75
  • Canterbury Tales, The  XVI 226
  • 351Capital: A Critical Analysis   XIV 282
  • Captain's Daughter, The   VII 42
  • Captain Singleton   III 41
  • Carleton, William   II 164
  • Carlyle, Alexander   IX 91
  • Carlyle, Thomas   IX 99;   XII 147;   XII 188;   XX 50 seq.
  • Carmen   VI 239
  • Carroll, Lewis   II 176
  • Castle of Otranto   VIII 303
  • —— Rackrent   IV 21
  • Catiline, Conspiracy of   XI 168
  • Cato: A Tragedy  XVI 1
  • Catullus, Gaius Valerius  XVI 219
  • Cellini, Benvenuto   IX 120
  • Cellular Pathology   XV 292
  • Cervantes, Miguel   II 198
  • Chambers, Robert   XV 22
  • Chamisso, Adalbert Von   II 212
  • Characters   XX 193
  • Charles XII, History of   XII 280
  • —— O'Malley   VI 26
  • Chartreuse of Parma, The   VIII 103
  • Chateaubriand, François René Vicomte de   II 224;   IX 124
  • Chaucer, Geoffrey  XVI 226
  • Chemical History of a Candle, The   XV 85
  • —— Philosophy, Elements of   XV 64
  • Chemistry, Animal   XV 203
  • Cherbuliez, Charles Victor   II 235
  • Chesterfield, Earl of   IX 144
  • Childe Harold's Pilgrimage  XVI 188
  • Childhood, Boyhood, Youth   X 291
  • China's Four Books: see Confucianism
  • Christ, Imitation of   XIII 160
  • Christian Religion, Institution of the   XIII 75
  • Christianity, History of Latin: see Papacy
  • Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland   XI 286
  • Cicero, Marcus Tullius   IX 155;   XX 70
  • Cid, The  XVI 267
  • Citizen of the World, The   XX 149
  • City of Dreadful Night, The  XVIII 293
  • —— of God, The   XIII 29
  • Civilisation in Europe, History of   XI 241
  • Clarendon, Earl of: see Hyde, Edward
  • Clarissa Harlowe   VII 118
  • Cloister and the Hearth, The   VII 92
  • Cobbett, William   XX 78
  • Cobden, Life of Richard   X 144
  • Coleridge, Samuel Taylor   IX 166;   XIII 84
  • Collegians, The   V 13
  • Collins, Wilkie   II 249 seq.
  • Columbus, Life of Christopher   X 41
  • Commentaries on the Gallic War   XI 144
  • Complete Angler, The   XX 334
  • Comte, Auguste   XIV 244
  • Concerning Friendship   XX 70
  • —— the Human Understanding   XIV 56
  • Confessions, My (Count Tolstoy)   X 301
  • —— of Augustine   IX 24
  • —— of an English Opium Eater   IX 189
  • —— of Jean Jacques Rousseau   X 190
  • Confucianism   XIII 93
  • Congreve, William  XVI 246 seq.
  • Coningsby   III 227
  • Conspiracy of Catiline, The   XI 168
  • Consuelo   VII 205
  • Conversations with Eckerman   IX 303
  • ——, Imaginary   XX 203
  • Conway, Hugh   II 274
  • Cook, James   XIX 100
  • Cooper, Fenimore   II 285 seq.
  • 352Corinne   VIII 89
  • Corneille, Pierre  XVI 267 seq.
  • Corsican Brothers, The   III 292
  • Cosmos, A Sketch of the Universe   XV 158
  • Count of Monte Cristo, The   III 304
  • Courtships of (Queen) Elizabeth, The   X 13
  • Cowper, William   IX 177;  XVI 290
  • Craik, Mrs.   II 312
  • Cranford   IV 215
  • Creation, Vestiges of   XV 22
  • Crescent and the Cross, The   XIX 299
  • Critique of Practical Reason   XIV 34
  • —— of Pure Reason   XIV 24
  • Croly, George   II 324
  • Cromwell, Letters and Speeches of Oliver   IX 99
  • Cuthbert Bede: see Bradley, Edward
  • Cuvier, Georges   XV 33
  • Dampier, William   XIX 112
  • Dana, Richard Henry   II 335
  • Dante Alighieri  XVI 300 seq.
  • Darwin, Charles   XV 43;   XIX 124
  • Daudet, Alphonse   III 1
  • Daughter of Heth, A   I 300
  • David Copperfield   III 79
  • Da Vinci, Leonardo   XX 227
  • Davy, Sir Humphry   XV 64
  • Dawn of Civilisation, The   XI 1
  • Day, Thomas   III 14
  • Dead Man's Diary, A   V 224
  • Death of the Gods, The   VI 227
  • Decameron, The, or Ten Days' Entertainment   I 327
  • Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire   XI 174 seq.;   XI 229
  • Deeds and Words   X 1
  • Defoe, Daniel   III 26 seq.;   XX 90
  • Democracy in America   XX 324
  • Demosthenes   XX 99
  • De Quincey, Thomas   IX 189
  • Descartes, René   XIII 337
  • Desert, The   XIX 201
  • Dialogues on the System of the World   XV 105
  • Diary of John Evelyn   IX 213
  • —— of Samuel Pepys   X 154
  • Dickens, Charles   III 53 seq.
  • Discourse on Method   XIII 337
  • Discourses and Encheiridion (Epictetus)   XIII 358
  • —— with Himself (M. Aurelius)   XIII 307
  • Discovery of the Source of the Nile   XIX 251
  • Disraeli, Benjamin   III 227 seq.
  • Divine Comedy, The  XVI 300 seq.
  • Doctor in Spite of Himself, The   XVII 362
  • Dombey and Son   III 94
  • Don Juan  XVI 197
  • —— Quixote, Life and Adventures of   II 198
  • Drink   VIII 318
  • Dryden, John  XVI 322
  • Dubois, Félix   XIX 136
  • Dumas, Alexandre (père)   III 269 seq.;   IX 201 (Memoirs)
  • Dutch Republic, Rise of the   XII 220
  • Earth, Theory of the   XV 170
  • Ebers, George   IV 1
  • Eckerman, Goethe's Conversations with   IX 303
  • Edgeworth, Maria   IV 13 seq.
  • Education   XIV 120
  • Egypt:
    • Ancient History   XI 1 seq.;
    • Mediæval History   XI 272;
    • Religion   XIII 47
  • Egyptian Princess, An   IV 1
  • Electricity, Experimental Researches in   XV 75
  • —— and Magnetism, Treatise on   XV 227
  • Elements of Chemical Philosophy   XV 64
  • Eliot, George   IV 33 seq.
  • Eliot, Samuel   XII 1
  • Elizabeth, Queen:
    • Courtships   X 13;
    • "Life"   X 270353
  • Elphinstone, Mountstuart   XII 246
  • Elsie Venner   V 87
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo   XIII 349;   XX 109 seq.
  • Emma   I 162
  • England, History of:
    • Buckle   XII 76;
    • Freeman   XI 298;
    • Froude   XI 315;
    • Holinshed   XI 286;
    • Macaulay   XII 55;
    • Rebellion (1642)   XII 41
  • English Constitution, The   XII 88
  • ——, Letters on the   XIX 275
  • —— Literature, History of   XX 298
  • —— Poets, Lectures on the   XX 169
  • —— Traits   XX 109
  • Eothen   XIV 159
  • Epictetus   XIII 358
  • Epigrams, Epitaphs, and Poems of Martial   XVII 295
  • Erasmus, Desiderius   XX 126 seq.
  • Erckmann-Chatrian   IV 97
  • Essay on Liberty   XX 248
  • —— on Man  XVIII 94
  • Essays in Criticism   XX 18
  • —— in Eugenics   XV 111
  • —— of Montaigne   XIV 64
  • —— Moral and Political   XIV 13
  • Ethics of Aristotle   XIII 291
  • —— of Spinoza   XIV 160
  • Eugene Aram   VI 87
  • Eugénie Grandet   I 188
  • Euripides  XVI 336
  • Europe:
    • History of Civilisation in   XI 241;
    • in Middle Ages   XI 255;
    • Literature of   XX 158
  • Evangeline, a Tale of Acadie   XVII 241
  • Evelina   II 150
  • Evelyn, John   IX 213
  • Everyman  XVI 348
  • Every Man in His Humour   XVII 195
  • Evolution of Man, The   XV 123
  • Existence of God, The   XIII 117
  • Experimental Researches in Electricity   XV 75
  • Fables of Æsop   XX 10
  • Familiar Colloquies   XX 126
  • Faraday, Michael   XV 75 seq.
  • Fathers and Sons   VIII 245
  • Faust  XVI 362
  • Faustus, Tragical History of Dr.   XVII 282
  • Felix Holt, The Radical   IV 45
  • Fénelon, de la Mothe   XIII 117
  • Ferdinand and Isabella, Reign of   XII 271
  • Festus: A Poem  XVI 86
  • Feuillet, Octave   IV 100
  • Fielding, Henry   IV 122 seq.
  • Figaro, The Marriage of XVI
  • File No. 113   IV 192
  • Finlay, George   XII 206
  • Flammarion, Camille   IV 168
  • Fletcher; See Beaumont and Fletcher
  • Forel, Auguste   XV 95
  • Forster, John   IX 225
  • Fouqué, de la Motte   IV 180
  • Fox, George,   IX 238
  • Fragments of an Intimate Diary   IX 13
  • France, History of:
  • ——, Travels in   XIX 327
  • —— and Italy, Sentimental Journey Through   XIX 263
  • Frankenstein   VIII 41
  • Franklin, Benjamin   IX 247
  • Frederick the Great   XII 188
  • Freeman, Edward A.   XI 298
  • Friendship, Concerning   XX 70
  • Frogs, The  XVI 72
  • Froude, James Anthony   XI 315
  • Future of War, The   XIV 199
  • Gaboriau, Émile   IV 192354
  • Galileo Galilei   XIII 129;   XV 105
  • Gallic War, Cæsar's Commentaries on the   XI 144
  • Galt, John   IV 204
  • Galton, Sir Francis   XV 111
  • Garden of Allah, The   V 73
  • Gargantua and Pantagruel   VII 54
  • Gaskell, Mrs.   IV 215 seq.;   IX 259
  • Geoffry Hamlyn   V 306
  • Geology, Principles of   XV
  • George, Henry   XIV 238
  • Germania   XX 286
  • Germany, On   XX 276
  • Gesta Romanorum   XX 140
  • Gibbon, Edward   IX 272 (Memoirs);   XI 174 seq.;   XI 229
  • Gil Blas   VI 14
  • Girondists, History of the   XII 165
  • Godwin, William   IV 241
  • Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von   IV 253 seq.;   IX 283 seq.;  XVI 362;   XVII 1 seq.
  • Goetz von Berlichingen   XVII 1
  • Gogol, Nicolai   XVII 30
  • Golden Ass, The   I 45
  • Goldsmith, Oliver   IV 275 seq.;   XVII 39;   XX 149
  • Goncourt, Edmond and Jules de   IV 289
  • Götterdämmerung  XVIII 336
  • Grace Abounding   IX 79
  • Grammont, Memoirs of the Count de   IX 324
  • Grant, James   IV 301
  • Gray, Maxwell   V 1
  • Gray, Thomas   IX 315
  • Great Expectations   III 106
  • —— Lone Land, The   XIX 79
  • Greece, History of   XI 81 seq.;
    • (modern)   XII 206
  • Griffin, Gerald   V 13
  • Grote, George   XI 122
  • Guizot, François Pierre Guillame   XI 241
  • Gulliver's Travels   VIII 157
  • Guy Mannering   VII 255
  • Habberton, John   V 26
  • Haeckel, Ernst   XV 123
  • Hajji Baba of Ispahan, The Adventures of   VI 276
  • Hakluyt, Richard   XIX 148
  • Halevy, Ludovic   V 38
  • Hallam, Henry   XI 255;   XX 158
  • Hamilton, Anthony   IX 324
  • Hamlet  XVIII 170
  • Handy Andy   VI 75
  • Hard Cash   VII 68
  • —— Times   III 118
  • Harvey, William   XV 136
  • Hawthorne, Nathaniel   V 50 seq.;   IX 336
  • Hazlitt, William   XX 169
  • Headlong Hall   VII 1
  • Heart of Midlothian, The   VII 267
  • Heaven and Hell   XIII 249
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich   XIII 138;   XIV 1
  • Heine, Heinrich   XVII 50
  • Helen's Babies   V 26
  • Henry Masterton   V 187
  • Hereward the Wake   V 248
  • Hernani   XVII 110
  • Herodotus   XI 81
  • Heroes and Hero Worship, On   XX 50
  • Herschel, Sir John   XV 146
  • Hesperus   VII 143
  • Hiawatha, The Song of   XVII 250
  • Hichens, Robert   V 73
  • Hinduism, Books of   XIII 150
  • History, Philosophy of,   XIV 1
  • —— of Philosophy   XIV 45
  • —— of the Caliph Vathek   I 244
  • Hobbes, Thomas   XIV 249
  • Holinshed, Raphael   XI 286
  • Holland: See Dutch Republic and United Netherlands
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell   V 87;   XX 181
  • Holy Roman Empire, History of   XI 229;
  • —— War, The   II 124
  • Homer   XVII 66 seq.355
  • Horace (Q. Horatius Flaccus)   XVII 91
  • House of the Seven Gables, The   V 60
  • Household of Sir Thomas More, The   VI 155
  • Hudibras  XVI 177
  • Hughes, Thomas   V 99 seq.
  • Hugo, Victor   V 122 seq.;   X 1;   XVII 110 seq.
  • Humboldt, Alexander Von   XV 158
  • Hume, David   XIV 13
  • Hume, Martin   X 13
  • Hutton, James   XV 170
  • Hyde, Edward (Earl of Clarendon)   XII 41
  • Hypatia   V 260
  • Hypnotism: Its History, Practice and Theory   XV 1
  • Ibsen, Henrik   XVII 171 seq.
  • Idylls of the King   XVIII 261
  • Iliad, The   XVII 66
  • Imaginary Conversations   XX 203
  • Imitation of Christ, The   XIII 160
  • Improvisatore, The   I 30
  • Inchbald, Mrs. (Elizabeth)   V 174
  • India, History of:   XII 246;
  • In God's Way   I 287
  • —— Memoriam  XVIII 277
  • —— Praise of Folly   XX 132
  • Insects, Senses of   XV 95
  • Inspector General, The   XVII 30
  • Institution of the Christian Religion   XIII 75
  • Introduction to the Literature of Europe   XX 158
  • Iphigenia in Tauris   XVII 18
  • Ironmaster, The   VI 314
  • Irving, Washington   X 41
  • It Is Never Too Late To Mend   VII 79
  • Ivanhoe   VII 280
  • James, G. P. R.   V 187
  • Jane Eyre   II 54
  • Jerusalem Delivered  XVIII 250
  • Jesus, Life of   XIII 231
  • Jews:
    • History and Antiquities of   XI 43 seq.;
    • Religion (Talmud)   XIII 259
  • John Halifax, Gentleman   II 312
  • Johnson, Samuel   V 199;
    • "Life of"   IX 37
  • Jokai, Maurice   V 212
  • Jonathan Wild   IV 133
  • Jonson, Ben   XVII 195
  • Joseph Andrews   IV 143
  • Josephus, Flavius   X 61;   XI 43
  • Joshua Davidson   VI 63
  • Journal of George Fox   IX 238
  • —— of the Plague Year, A   XX 90
  • —— to Stella   X 282
  • —— of a Tour to the Hebrides   XIX 37
  • —— of John Wesley   X 327
  • —— of John Woolman   X 341
  • Journey Round My Room, A   VI 136
  • Juvenal   XVII 207
  • Kant, Immanuel   XIV 24 seq.
  • Kempis, Thomas à   XIII 160
  • Kenilworth   VII 293
  • Kernahan, Coulson   V 224
  • King Amuses Himself, The   XVII 145
  • —— of the Mountains, The   I 1
  • Kinglake, A. W.   XIX 159
  • Kingsley, Charles   V 236 seq.
  • ——, Henry   V 306
  • Klopstock, Friedrich Gottlieb   XVII 217
  • Knights, The  XVI 79
  • Koran, The   XIII 169
  • La Bruyère   XX 193
  • Lady Audley's Secret   II 27
  • —— of the Lake, The  XVIII 160
  • Lamarck, Jean Baptiste   XV 179
  • Lamartine, A. M. L. de   XII 165356
  • Lamb, Charles and Mary  XVIII 170
  • Landor, Walter Savage   XX 203
  • Lane-Poole, Stanley   XI 272
  • Laocoon   XX 239
  • La Rochefoucauld, François Duc de   X 203 (Memoirs);   XX 215
  • Last of the Barons, The   VI 113
  • —— of the Mohicans, The   II 285
  • —— Days of Pompeii, The   VI 99
  • Lavater, Johann   XV 191
  • Lavengro   II 1
  • Laws, The Spirit of   XIV 306
  • Layard, Austen Henry   XIX 171
  • Lazarillo de Tormes   VI 217
  • Lectures on the English Poets   XX 169
  • Le Fanu, Sheridan   VI 1
  • Legend of the Ages, The   XVII 159
  • Legislation, Principles of Morals and   XIV 186
  • Leonardo da Vinci   XX 227
  • Le Sage, René   VI 14
  • Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim   XVII 226;   XX 239
  • Letters of Abélard and Héloïse   IX 1
  • —— of Cicero   IX 155
  • —— on the English   XIX 275
  • —— of Thomas Gray   IX 315
  • —— to His Son, Lord Chesterfield's   IX 144
  • —— of Pliny the Younger   X 166
  • —— to a Provincial   XIII 209
  • —— of Mme. de Sévigné   X 216
  • —— Written in the Years 1782–86   IX 177
  • —— to Zelter   IX 283
  • —— and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell, Carlyle's   IX 99
  • Lever, Charles   VI 26 seq.
  • Leviathan, The   XIV 249
  • Lewes, George Henry   XIV 45
  • Lewes, M. G.   VI 51
  • Liar, The  XVI 279
  • Liberty, Essay on   XX 248
  • Liebig, Justus Von   XV 203
  • Life, Prolongation of   XV 246
  • Life of Thomas Arnold   X 260
  • —— of Saint Bernard   X 135
  • —— of Robert Burns   X 86
  • —— of Charlotte Brontë   IX 259
  • —— of Lord Byron   X 122
  • —— of Cobden   X 144
  • —— of Christopher Columbus   X 41
  • —— of Queen Elizabeth   X 270
  • —— of Goldsmith   IX 225
  • —— of Jesus   XIII 231
  • —— of Dr. Johnson   IX 37
  • —— of Nelson   X 226
  • —— of Sir Isaac Newton   IX 66
  • —— of Pitt   X 248
  • —— of Girolamo Savonarola   X 312
  • —— of Schiller   IX 111
  • —— of Sir Walter Scott   X 70
  • —— of George Washington   X 51
  • Linnaeus, Carolus   XIX 181
  • Linton, Mrs. Lynn   VI 63
  • Literature, History of English   XX 298
  • ——, Main Currents of 19th Century   XX 31
  • —— of Europe, Introduction to the   XX 158
  • ——: see also M. Arnold, Hazlitt, etc.
  • Little Dorrit   III 131
  • Livingstone, David   XIX 191
  • Locke, John   XIV 56
  • Lockhart, John Gibson   X 70
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth   XVII 241 seq.
  • Looking Backward   XIV 173
  • Lorna Doone   I 313
  • Lorris and de Meun, de  XVIII 117
  • Lost Sir Massingberd   VI 336
  • Loti, Pierre   XIX 201
  • Louis XIV, The Age of   XII 101
  • Love Affairs of Mary Queen of Scots, The   X 27357
  • —— Letters of Abélard and Héloïse   IX 1
  • Lover, Samuel   VI 75
  • Lucretius   XVII 261
  • Luther, Martin   X 102
  • Lyell, Sir Charles   XV 215
  • Lytton, Edward Bulwer   VI 87 seq.
  • Macaulay, Lord   XII 55
  • Macbeth  XVIII 180
  • Machiavelli, Niccolo   XIV 261
  • Mackenzie, Henry   VI 124
  • Macpherson, James   XVII 272
  • Magic Skin, The   I 213
  • Magnetism, Treatise on Electricity and   XV 227
  • Main Currents of Nineteenth Century Literature   XX 31
  • Maistre, Xavier De   VI 136
  • Malory, Sir Thomas   VI 145
  • Malthus, T. R.   XIV 270
  • Man, Essay on  XVIII 94
  • ——, Evolution of   XV 123
  • ——, Nature of   XV 238
  • ——, The Rights of   XIV 324
  • —— of Feeling, The   VI 124
  • —— Who Laughs, The   V 162
  • Mandeville, Sir John   XIX 210
  • Manning, Anne   VI 155
  • Mansfield Park   I 150
  • Mansie Wauch   VI 262
  • Manzoni, Alessandro   VI 169
  • Marguerite de Valois   III 269
  • Marion de Lorme   XVII 123
  • Marlowe, Christopher   XVII 282
  • Marmion  XVIII 147
  • Marriage of Figaro, The  XVI 116
  • Marryat, Captain   VI 181 seq.
  • Martial   XVII 295
  • Martin Chuzzlewit   III 143
  • Mary Barton   IV 228
  • —— Queen of Scots, Love Affairs of   X 27
  • Marx, Karl   XIV 282
  • Maspero, Gaston   XI 1 seq.
  • Massinger, Philip   XVII 305
  • Master Builder, The   XVII 171
  • Maturin, Charles   VI 205
  • Mauprat   VII 217
  • Maxwell, James Clerk   XV 227
  • Mayor of Zalamea, The  XVI 206
  • Melancholy, Anatomy of XX
  • Melmoth the Wanderer   VI 205
  • Memoirs of Alexander Dumas   IX 201
  • —— from Beyond the Grave   IX 134
  • —— of the Count de Grammont   IX 324
  • —— of the Duc De La Rochefoucauld   X 203
  • —— of Edward Gibbon   IX 272
  • —— of Mirabeau   X 111
  • —— of Mme. de Staal   X 238
  • Men, Representative   XX 118;
  • Mendoza, Diego de   VI 217
  • Merchant of Venice  XVIII 186
  • Merejkowski, Dmitri   VI 227
  • Mérimée, Prosper   VI 239
  • Messiah, The   XVII 217
  • Metamorphoses  XVIII 64
  • Metchnikoff, Elie   XV 238 seq.
  • Mexico, History of the Conquest of   XII 19
  • Middle Ages: History, see Vol XI
  • ——, Gesta Romanorum: A Story-book of the   XX 140
  • Midshipman Easy, Mr.   VI 181
  • Midsummer Night's Dream, A  XVIII 196
  • Mignet, François   XII 129
  • Mill, John Stuart   XIV 294;   XX 248
  • Mill on the Floss, The   IV 85
  • Miller, Hugh   XV 255
  • Milman, Henry   XI 68;   XII 289
  • Milton, John   XVII 319;   XX 257
  • Mirabeau, Honoré Gabriel Comte de   X 111
  • Misanthrope, The  XVIII 1
  • Misérables, Les   V 122358
  • Missionary Travels and Researches   XIX 191
  • Mitford, Mary Russell   VI 251
  • Modern Régime   XII 177
  • Moir, David   VI 262
  • Molière   XVII 362;  XVIII 1 seq.
  • Mommsen, Theodor   XI 215
  • Montaigne   XIV 64
  • Monte Cristo, The Count of   III 304
  • Montesquieu   XIV 306
  • Moore, Thomas   X 122
  • Moral Maxims, Reflections and   XX 215
  • Morals and Legislation, Principles of   XIV 186
  • More, Sir Thomas   XIV 315;
    • "Household of"   VI 155
  • Morier, James   VI 276
  • Morison, J. A. C.   X 135
  • Morley, John   X 144
  • Morte D'Arthur   VI 145
  • Motley, John Lothrop   XII 220 seq.
  • Mourning Bride, The  XVI 246
  • Murray, David Christie   VI 288
  • My Confession (Tolstoy)   X 301
  • Mysteries of Paris, The   VIII 143
  • Nathan the Wise   XVII 226
  • Natural History   XV 12
  • Nature   XIII 349
  • —— of Man   XV 238
  • —— of Things, On the   XVII 261
  • Nelson, Life of   X 226
  • Nest of Nobles, A   VIII 259
  • Never Too Late to Mend   VII 79
  • New Héloïse, The   VII 176
  • —— Voyage Around the World, A   XIX 112
  • —— Way to Pay Old Debts, A   XVII 305
  • Newcomes, The   VIII 169
  • Newman, Cardinal   XIII 185
  • Newton, Sir Isaac   XV 267
  • Nibelungenlied  XVIII 38;
    • see also Wagner (Nibelungen Ring)
  • Nicholas Nickleby   III 154
  • Nightmare Abbey   VII 15
  • Nineveh and Its Remains   XIX 171
  • No Name   II 249
  • Norman Conquest of England. The   XI 298
  • Norris, Frank   VI 301
  • Northanger Abbey   I 138
  • Notre Dame de Paris   V 133
  • Odes of Horace  XVI 102
  • —— of Pindar  XVIII 75
  • Odyssey, The   XVII 78
  • Ohnet, Georges   VI 314
  • Old Curiosity Shop, The   III 179
  • —— Goriot   I 200
  • —— Mortality   VII 306
  • —— Red Sandstone, The   XV 255
  • —— Régime   XII 117
  • Oliver Twist   III 166
  • On Benefits   XIV 109
  • —— Germany   XX 276
  • —— Heroes and Hero Worship   XX 50
  • —— the Height 193
  • —— the Motion of the Heart and Blood   XV 136
  • —— the Nature of Things   XVII 261
  • —— the Principle of Population   XIV 270
  • Origin of Species, The   XV 43
  • Orlando Furioso  XVI 51
  • Oroonoko: The Royal Slave   I 255
  • Ossian   XVII 272
  • Otway, Thomas  XVIII 48
  • Ouida (Louise de la Ramée)   VI 326
  • Our Mutual Friend   III 190
  • —— Old Home   IX 336
  • —— Village   VI 251
  • Outlines of Astronomy   XV 146
  • Ovid  XVIII 64
  • Owen, Sir Richard   XV 280
  • Paine, Thomas   XIII 196;   XIV 324359
  • Painting, Treatise on   XX 227
  • Pamela   VII 106
  • Papacy, History of:   XII 289 seq.;
  • Papers of the Forest School-Master   VII 165
  • Paradise Lost   XVII 319
  • —— Regained   XVII 342
  • Paradiso  XVI 314
  • Parallel Lives   XX 266
  • Park, Mungo   XIX 219
  • Pascal, Blaise   XIII 209
  • Passing of the Empire, The   XI 30
  • Paul and Virginia   VII 192
  • Payn, James   VI 336
  • Peacock, Thomas Love   VII seq.
  • Peloponnesian War   XI 95
  • Penn, William   XIII 222
  • Pepys, Samuel   X 154
  • Peregrine Pickle   VIII 76
  • Persians, The  XVI 28
  • Persuasion   I 174
  • Peru, History of the Conquest of   XII 30
  • Peter Schlemihl, the Shadowless Man   II 212
  • —— Simple   VI 193
  • Peveril of the Peak   VII 318
  • Philaster, or Love Lies A-Bleeding   XVI 133
  • Philippics, The   XX 99
  • Philosophy, A History of   XIV 45
  • —— of History, The   XIV 1
  • —— of Religion, The   XIII 138
  • Physiognomical Fragments   XV 191
  • Pickwick Papers   III 201
  • Pilgrim's Progress, The   II 136
  • Pilgrimage to El Medinah and Meccah, A   XIX 67
  • Pillars of Society, The   XVII 186
  • Pindar  XVIII 75
  • Pit, The   VI 301
  • Pitt, Life of William   X 248
  • Plague Year, Journal of the   XX 90
  • Plato   XIV 75 seq.
  • Pliny, The Younger   X 166
  • Plutarch   XX 266
  • Poems of Catullus  XVI 219
  • —— of Horace   XVII 91
  • —— of Martial   XVII 295
  • Poetry and Truth from my Own Life   IX 291
  • ——: see also Laocoon, Literature, etc.
  • Poets, Lectures on the English   XX 169
  • Political Testament of Cardinal Richelieu   X 178
  • —— Economy, Principles of   XIV 294
  • Polo, Marco   XIX 229
  • Pope, Alexander  XVIII 94
  • Popes, History of the: See Papacy
  • Population, On the Principle of   XIV 270
  • Porter, Jane   VII 28
  • Positive Philosophy, A Course of   XIV 224
  • Prescott, William Hickling   XII 19 seq.;   XII 271
  • Pride and Prejudice   I 123
  • Prince, The   XIV 261
  • Principall Navigations, The   XIV 148
  • Principia   XV 267
  • Principles of Biology   XIV 133
  • —— of Geology, The   XV 215
  • —— of Human Knowledge   XIII 329
  • —— of Morals and Legislation   XIV 186
  • —— of Political Economy   XIV 294
  • —— of Sociology   XIV 145
  • Progress and Poverty   XIV 238
  • Prolongation of Life   XV 246
  • Prometheus Bound  XVI 38
  • Purgatorio  XVI 307
  • Pushkin, Alexander Sergeyvitch   VII 42
  • Quentin Durward   VIII 1
  • 360Quest of the Absolute, The   I 227
  • Rabelais, François   VII 54
  • Racine, Jean  XVIII 106
  • Ranke, Leopold Von   XII 301
  • Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia   V 199
  • Ravenshoe   V 319
  • Reade, Charles   VII 68 seq.
  • Reflections and Moral Maxims   XX 215
  • —— on the Revolution in France   XIV 212
  • Religio Medici   XIII 66
  • Renan, Ernest   XIII 231
  • Renée Mauperin   IV 289
  • Representative Men   XX 118
  • Republic, Plato's   XIV 84
  • Revolt of Islam, The  XVIII 214
  • Rheingold  XVIII 305
  • Richardson, Samuel   VII 106 seq.
  • Richelieu, Cardinal   X 178
  • Richter, Jean Paul Friedrich   VII 143 seq.
  • Rights of Man, The   XIV 324
  • Robinson Crusoe   III 26
  • Rob Roy   VIII 13
  • Rochefoucauld: See La Rochefoucauld
  • Roderick Random   VIII 64
  • Romance of a Poor Young Man   IV 110
  • Romance of the Rose  XVIII 117
  • Romany Rye, The   II 13
  • Rome, History of   XI 144 seq.
  • Romeo and Juliet  XVIII 203
  • Romola   IV 58
  • Rossegger, Peter   VII 165
  • Rousseau, Jean Jacques   VII 176;   X 190 (Confessions);   XIV 337
  • Russia Under Peter the Great   XII 259
  • Ruy Blas   XVII 134
  • Saint Pierre, Bernardin de   VII 192;   XIX 241
  • Saints' Everlasting Rest, The   XIII 37
  • Salathiel, or Tarry Thou Till I Come   II 324
  • Sallust, Caius Crispus   XI 168
  • Samson Agonistes   XVII 349
  • Samuel Brohl and Company   II 235
  • Sand, George   VII 205 seq.
  • Sandford and Merton   III 14
  • Sartor Resartus   XX 61
  • Satires of Juvenal   XVII 207
  • —— of Horace  XVI 91
  • ——: see also Erasmus, Goldsmith, etc.
  • Savonarola, Life of Girolamo   X 312
  • Scarlet Letter, The   V 50
  • Schiller, Friedrich Von  XVIII 129;
    • "Life of"   IX 111
  • Schliemann, Heinrich   XI 132
  • School for Scandal, The  XVIII 226
  • —— for Wives, The  XVIII 14
  • Schopenhauer, Arthur   XIV 99
  • Scott, Michael   VII 229
  • Scott, Sir Walter   VII 241 seq.;   VIII 1 seq.;  XVIII 147 seq.;
    • "Life of"   X 70
  • Scottish Chiefs, The   VII 28
  • Seneca, L. Annaeus   XIV 109
  • Sense and Sensibility   I 109
  • Senses of Insects, The   XV 95
  • Sentimental Journey through France and Italy   XIX 263
  • Sévigné, Mme. de   X 216
  • Shadow of the Sword, The   II 111
  • Shakespeare, William  XVIII 170 seq.
  • Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft   VIII 41
  • Shelley, Percy Bysshe  XVIII 214
  • Sheridan, Richard Brinsley  XVIII 226
  • She Stoops to Conquer   XVII 39
  • Shirley   II 71
  • Sidney, Sir Philip   VIII 54
  • Siegfried  XVIII 327
  • 361Silas Marner   IV 73
  • Silence of Dean Maitland, The   V 1
  • Simple Story, A   V 174
  • Sir Charles Grandison   VII 130
  • Smith, Adam   XIV 350
  • Smoke   VIII 272
  • Smollett, Tobias   VIII 64 seq.
  • Social Contract, The   XIV 337
  • Sociology, Principles of   XIV 145
  • Socrates, Apology or Defence of   XIV 75
  • Some Fruits of Solitude   XIII 222
  • Sophocles  XVIII 237
  • Sorrows of Young Werther   IV 253
  • Southey, Robert   X 226
  • Spain: (Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella)   XII 271
  • Spectator, The   XX 1
  • Speke, John Hanning   XIX 251
  • Spencer, Herbert   XIV 120 seq.
  • Spinoza, Benedict de   XIV 160
  • Spirit of Laws, The   XIV 306
  • Spy, The   II 297
  • Staal, Mme. de   X 238
  • Staël, Mme. de   VIII 89;   XX 276
  • Stanhope, Earl   X 248
  • Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn   X 260
  • Stendhal (Henri Beyle)   VIII 103
  • Sterne, Laurence   VIII 117;   XIX 263
  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher   VIII 130
  • Stafford  XVI 165
  • Strickland, Agnes   X 270
  • Struggle of the Nations, The   XI 20
  • Sue, Eugène   VIII 143
  • Surface of the Globe, The   XV 33
  • Sweden (History of Charles XII)   XII 280
  • Swedenborg, Emanuel   XIII 249
  • Swift, Jonathan   VIII 157;   X 282
  • Sybil, or The Two Nations   III 243
  • Table Talk by Martin Luther   X 102
  • Tacitus, Publius Cornelius   XI 156;   XX 286
  • Taine, Hippolyte Adolphe   XII 177;   XX 298
  • Tale of Two Cities   III 213
  • Tales from Shakespeare  XVIII 170
  • Talisman, The   VIII 25
  • Talmud, The   XIII 259
  • Tancred   III 256
  • Tartarin of Tarascon   III 1
  • Tartuffe  XVIII 29
  • Task, The  XVI 290
  • Tasso, Torquato  XVIII 250
  • Tennyson, Alfred Lord  XVIII 261 seq.
  • Thackeray, William Makepeace   VIII 169 seq.
  • Theory of the Earth   XV 170
  • Thomson, James  XVIII 293
  • Thoreau, Henry David   XX 312
  • Three Musketeers, The   III 316
  • Thucydides   XI 95
  • Timar's Two Worlds   V 212
  • Timbuctoo the Mysterious   XIX 136
  • Titan   VII 152
  • Tocqueville, De   XII 117;   XX 324
  • Toilers of the Sea, The   V 146
  • Tolstoy, Count   VIII 205;   X 291 seq. (Confession, etc.)
  • Tom Brown's Schooldays   V 99
  • Tom Brown at Oxford   V 110
  • —— Burke of Ours   VI 39
  • —— Cringle's Log   VII 229
  • —— Jones   IV 155
  • Tour in Lapland, A   XIX 181
  • Tower of London   I 17
  • Tragical History of Dr. Faustus, The   XVII
  • Travels on the Amazon   XIX 285
  • —— to Discover the Source of the Nile   XIX 47
  • Travels in France   XIX 327362
  • —— in the Interior of Africa   XIX 219
  • —— of Marco Polo   XIX 229
  • —— in Nubia   XIX 57
  • Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, A   XV 227
  • —— on Painting   XX 227
  • Tristram Shandy   VIII 117
  • Trollope, Anthony   VIII 221 seq.
  • Troy and Its Remains   XI 32
  • Turgenev, Ivan   VIII 245 seq.
  • Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea   VIII 287
  • —— Years After   III 331
  • Two Years Ago   V 270
  • —— before the Mast   II 335
  • Uncle Silas   VI 1
  • —— Tom's Cabin   VIII 130
  • Under Two Flags   VI 326
  • Undine   IV 180
  • United Netherlands, History of the   XII 234
  • —— States, History of   XII 1;
  • Urania   IV 168
  • Utopia: Nowhereland   XIV 315
  • Valkyrie  XVIII 316
  • Vanity Fair   VIII 192
  • Venice Preserved  XVIII 48
  • Verne, Jules   VIII 287
  • Vertebrates, Anatomy of   XV 280
  • Vestiges of Creation   XV 22
  • Vicar of Wakefield, The   IV 175
  • View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages   XI 155
  • Villari, Pasquale   X 312
  • Villette   II 83
  • Vinci, Leonardo da   XX 227
  • Virchow, Rudolf   XV 292
  • Virginians, The   VIII 181
  • Voltaire   XII 101;   XII 259;   XII 280;   XIX 275
  • Von Ranke: see Ranke, Von
  • Voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, The   XIX 124
  • —— to the Isle of France   XIX 241
  • Voyage to the Moon, A   I 265
  • —— and Travel   XIX 210
  • Voyages Round the World   XIX 100
  • Wagner, Wilhelm Richard  XVIII 305 seq.
  • Walden   XX 312
  • Wallace, Alfred Russell   XIX 285
  • Walpole, Horace   VIII 303
  • Walton, Isaak   XX 334
  • Wanderings in South America   XIX 313
  • War, The Future of   XIV 199
  • Warburton, Eliot   XIX 299
  • Warden, The   VIII 221
  • Wars of the Jews   XI 55
  • Washington, Life of George   X 51
  • Water-Babies   V 282
  • Waterloo   IV 97
  • Waterton, Charles   XIX 313
  • Way of the World, The   VI 288
  • —— —— —— ——, The  XVI 253
  • Wealth of Nations, The   XIV 350
  • Werther, Sorrows of Young   IV 253
  • Wesley, John   X 327
  • Westward Ho!   V 294
  • Wild North Land, The   XIX 89
  • —— Wales   XIX 13
  • Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship   IV 263
  • William Tell  XVIII 129
  • Woman in White, The   II 262
  • Woolman, John   X 341
  • World as Will and Idea, The   XIV 99
  • Wuthering Heights   II 97
  • Xenophon   XI 110
  • Young, Arthur   XIX 327
  • Zelter, Goethe's Letters to   IX 283
  • Zola, Émile   VIII 318
  • Zoological Philosophy   XV 179
  • Zoroastrianism   XIII 76

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