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INDEX TO VOL. XX.
moral history, Belmont schools, 87; James Wil-
son and Thomas Arnold, 88; educational report of
, 54; Longfellow, 57. cash, 90, success leads to increased beneficence,
science, 247; sets out to measure the arch of a ter mont tracts, 94.
Cony beare's contributions, 179; specimens of his
new translations, ib.; general merits of the work,
Dahlmann's biography of Herodotus, 208.
Diodati, family of, note, 39.
Domestic service-Nelly Armstrong, 95; too little
attention paid to the subject of domestic service, ib.;
advantages and disadvantages of service near home,
96; dreary kitchen life, 99; instinctive longings
for companionship, ib. ; want of confidence be-
tween different classes of society, 101; familiarity
with servants, 102; duties of employers, ib. ; dan-
gerous attractiveness of maid servants, 104; “no
followers allowed," 106; training schools for ser-
vants, 108; comforts of domestic service, 109;
want of family sympathy, 110; unhappy effects of
class prejudice, 111.
, his bitter persecution of Madame de Electric Telegraph first suggested by C. M. of Ren-
frew, 264, 265.
Eynard, Charles, notice of his “ Lucques et les Bur-
tronomical Observator," and the institution of the
Greenwhich Observatory, 122.
Flourens, M., his éloge on F. Arago, 246.
Geological Society, institution of, 130.
German Protestantism, struggles and tendencies of,
history of Price's Patent Candle Company, 86;] cities, 227, 228; revival of doctrine in the univer-