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INDEX TO VOLUME II.
Bell, D., Among the Rocks Around Glasgow,
Benn, A. W., The Greek Philosophers,
Ademollo, A., La Giustizia a Roma dal 1674 al 1737, Agnosticism, 87-Gnosticism and Agnosticism, the two extreme opinions respecting human knowledge, ib.their definition, ib.-each has been regarded as a heresy, 88-the question between them, 89-each assumes that we possess a faculty which transcends the order of nature, ib.this assumption untenable, ib.-the sense of ignorance not identical with the sense of mystery, 90-their difference, 91-the vision of the supernatural comes to the Gnostic and the Agnostic, ib.-examination of the four theories of the origin of life, 92-the sense of limit gives the evidence of the supernatural, 100 — the supernatural reached by the study of self, ib.
Angus Graeme, Gamekeeper, by
Author of A Lonely Life, &c., Archæology in the South-West of Scotland, 70-Collections, published by the Ayr and Wigton Association, ib. -Rev. George Wilson on the antiquities of Wigtonshire, 71— Dr. Munro's Ancient Scottish LakeDwellings, 72-no trace of riverdrift or cave men in Ayr and Wigton, 73-Hunterston rock-shelter, ib.-lacustrine settlements of the Paeonians, 75-wide diffiusion of lake-dwellings, ib. - Swiss lakedwellings, ib. - Dr. Keller's description of fascine dwellings, 76 -similarity of Irish and Scottish crannogs, ib. crannogs of Loch Dowalton, 77-of the Loch of Kilbirnie, 79-- of Lochlee, 80--of Buston, 83-relics found in the crannogs, 84 -builders of the crannogs, ib.-their skill, 86-the crannogs originally permanent and not occasional dwelling places, ib. Antologia, Nuova,
Browning, R., a representative poet, 349-Jocoseria, Bucheim, C. A., Lessing's
Nathan der Weise, Burghs, Early Scottish, 45-utility of Scottish Burgh Records, ib.-origin of Scottish burghs, 46-selection of sites, ib. their value and privileges, 47-their constitution, 48-their relations with the Crown, 49-burgessship its privileges, 50-exercised by women, 53-its duties, 54monopolies enjoyed by burgesses, 55 -general law and practice modified by burgh laws, 56-right of burgess to elect their own magistrates, 57town councils, 58-liners, 59-apprisers of flesh, &c., 60-reciprocal duties imposed by the Laws of the Four Burghs, 61-merchant guilds, 62-laws of the guild of Scotland, 63-crafts and occupations in burghs, 66-the beneficial influence of burghs in national life, 67.
Cantu, C., Alessandro Manzoni, Carlyle, Letters of Mrs., Edited by J. A Froude, 127-her Diary, ib.—Mr. Froude as an editor, 128-charges brought against Mr. Carlyle, ib.character of Mrs. Carlyle, 130-of her letters, 133- her relations with her husband, 136-domestic causes of her troubles, 139-residence in London, 142-interest in her husband's labours, 143-her visitors and visits, 144-Count d'Orsay and Lord Jeffrey, 145-general impression produced by her letters, 146. Ciampoli, J., Trecce Nere, Civilta Cattolica, La, Cotterill, Rev. H., Does Science aid Faith in regard to Creation?
Cunningham, Rev, Dr., Church History of Scotland,
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