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Literature and art.

VOL. VIII.

JANUARY – JUNE,

1851.

EDITED BY

PROF. JOHN S. HART AND MRS. C. M. KIRKLAND.

PHILADELPHIA:

PUBLISHED BY JOHN SARTAIN & CO.

LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

DAVIS

INDEX TO VOLUME VIII.

JANUARY TO JUNE, 1851.

10

SCENES IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST.

Biographical Anecdote. By REMBRANDT PEALE, 41

Coincidences or Plagiarisms. By WILLIAM Dowe,
The Offering of the Magi. Rev. JOAN TODD, D.D., 5

42
Preaching of John the Baptist. MiCau ASIER, M.D,

Northern Loves and Legends, No. 1. By FREDRIKA
6
BREMER,

49
The Sermon on the Mount. Rev. Joux TODD, D.D., 7
The Healing of the Leper. Rev. S. E. BRACE,

Governor Briggs, of Massachusetts. With a Portrait.

8
Christ sending out the Apostles. Rev. JOHN TODD,

By J. STARTWELL, -

52
The Dark Side. By Mas. KIRKLAND,
D.D.,

60
9
Christ Curing One Sick of the Palsy. BELL WILSON,

Northern Loves and Legends, No. 2. By FREDRIKA
Christ Healing the Demoniac. REV. JOAN TODD, D.D.,

BREMER,

80
11

A Few Words about Tobacco. Illustrated. By JOHN
Christ and Nicodemus. Rev. Joux TODD, D.D.,

81
The Widow's Offering. Rev. DANIEL MARCH,

NEAL,
82

William and Mury Howitt. With a Portrait. By
Christ Feeding the Five Thousand. REV. JOHN

SILVERPEN,
TODD, D.D.,

100
83
Christ Healing the Sick Man let down through the

The Wife's First Grief. With an Engraving. By
Roof. MR8. ELIZABETH H. BAILEY,

JOSEPH R. CHANDLER,

106
84
The Return of the Prodigal Son. Rev.John TODD, D.D.,

Napoleon and Prince Louis. With an Engraving.

S5
Christ Blessing Little Children. HAXNAN F. GOULD,

By REYXELL COATES, M.D.,

109
86

Lion-Hunting. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND,
Christ and the Pharisees. REV. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

111
87
Christ Foretelling the Destruction of the Temple.

Loans. By MRS. L. H. SIGOURNEY,

115
Rev. Join TODD, D.D.,

The Dangerous Beauties. By E. STOLLE,
152

118
The Woman Pouring Precious Ointment on Christ's

The Passions. By D. H. BARLOW,

131
Ilead. JAMES T. JANVIER,

London Streets--Livery Servants. By MRS. C. M.

154
The Keys of the Church. Rev. John TODD, D.D.,

KIRKLAND, -

159
155
The Widow of Nain. MRS. J. L. GRAY,

Northern Loves and Legends, No. 3. By FREDRIKA
155

BREMER,
The Ten Virgins. Rev. Joux TODD, D.D.,
157

165
Christ at the Well. CHARLES W. BAIRD,

Worldly Religion. By D. H. BARLOW,
158

167

Retribution
The Annunciation. REF. JOAN TODD, D.D.,

230

A Tale. By JOSEPH WILLIAM BENNETT, 168
The Shepherds Worshipping the Babe in the Manger.

The Broken Promises. By MRS. HUGHS,

179
Rev. JAMES LEWERS,

Life and Writings of John Bunyan. Five Illustra-

231
Christ Calling James and John. Rev.JOHN TODD, D.D., 232

tions. By JosZPH BELCHER, D.D.

190
Christ's Baptism. MRS. LOUISA P. HOPKINS, -

Humphrey Jackman's Last Trip. By Rev. J. ABBOTT, 199

234
The Parable of the Tares. Rev. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

Horace Vernet. Two Ilustrations. By HENRIETTE

234
Christ Restoring the Ruler's Daughter to Life. Caro-

A. HADRY,

204
LINE MAY,

Self-Esteem. By CHAMPION BISSELL,
235

210
Christ Putting to Silence the Priests and Elders.

The Arts of Design. By Professor MAPES,

211
Rev. Join TODD, D.D.,

236

The Old Bachelor in Prospective. By ISADEL JOCELYN, 238
Christ's Message to John the Baptist. Rev. JOHN

Northern Loves and Legends, No. 4. By FREDRIKA

BREMER,
TODD, D.D.,
295

241
The Woman of Canaan. MRs. E. F. ELLETT, -

The Disguised Frigate. By CHARLES J. PETERSON,

245
296
Christ Unhonoured by the Nazarenes. REV. JOHN

Hope. By D. H. BARLOW,

248
TODD, D.D.,

297

The Ferry. A Western Sketch. By A MISSIONARY, 254
The Lesson of the Lilies. Hannah F. GOULD,

Love. By D. H. Barlow,
298

256
Peter Denying his Master. Rev. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

Growing old Gracefully. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND, 257

299
The Crucifixion. Rev. ROBERT DAVIDSON, D.D.,

Aurora Borealis. By CAROLINE CHESEBRO,
299

202
Christ Laid in the Tomb. REV. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

The Aspen Tree. A Botanic Legend. From the

301
The House on the Rock. REV. JOHN TODD, D.D.,

German,
359

272
The Transfiguration. Rev. D. MARCH,

Serials and Continuations. By CHAMPION BISSELL,
360

273
Christ Teaching who are his Mother and Sister and

Old Maids. By Mrs. E. B. HALL,

275
Brother. Rev. John TODD, D.D.,

Recent

Corruptions of the English Language. By

361
The Parable of the Talents. CAROLINE MAY, -

UNEDA,
362

279
Christ Dining with the Pharisee. Rev. JOHN TODD,

Quartz Hill. By D. H. BARLOW,

• 280
D.D.,

The Birthplace of Burns. By H. M. FIELD,
362

302
Christ casting out the Dumb Spirit. JAMES T. JAN.

A Visit to Moscow. By AN AMERICAN,

305
Imitation. By CHAMPION BISSELL
VIER,
363

319
Christ Declaring who should be greatest. Rev. JOHN

The World's Fair. By Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND,

321
TODD, D.D.,

The Mantuamaker. By MRS. C. M. STARK,
365

327
Premature Interments. By GEORGE WATTERSTON,
M.D.,

331
LIFE OF MAN AND OF THE YEAR.

American Authorship. By CRAMPION BISSELL,
Boker's Plays. By CHARLES G. LELAND,

369
January, p. 54;

February, p. 77; March, p. 149; April, The Couching Lion, or a Night among the Green
p. 227; May, p. 291; June, p. 355. By Miss HENRIETTE

Mountains. By Joux H. RHEYX.

379
A. HADRY.

True and False Nobility, A Tale. By Mrs. C. H.
BUTLER,

394
The Streets of Paris. By Mrs. KIRKLAND,
PICTORIAL ENIGMAS.

401
Enigma for January, by ELIZA L. SPROAT, p. 16, solu-
tion, p. 139; Enigma for February, by Miss SPROAT, p. 105,

POETRY.
solutions by MRS. DORR, Miss MARY A. BANCROFT, and
ESTELLE, p. 292, and by JOAN MACKINTIRE, and E. H. CHAP- The Seasons. With an Engraved Frontispiece. By
YAN, p. 287; Enigma for March, by ERASTUS W. ELLS-

ERASTUS W. ELLSWORTH, .

13
WORTE, p. 209, solutions by ELLA, J. W. B., OF NEW OR-

Literature and Art. With an Engraved Title-page
LEANS, CHARLES D. GARDETTE, ADA MORRIS, MRS. JULIA C.

By WILLIAM P. MULCHINOCK,

14
R. DORE, H. HARRY BROWSE, M-S, and E. H. CHAPMAN, Brown Mantle. By Editu MAY,

14
pp. 349, 350; Enigma for April, by MR. ELLSWORTA, P. 240; | My Son (Andrew M. Sigourney). By Mrs. L. H.
Enigma for May, by ERNESTINE FITZGERALD, p.304; Enigma

SIGOURNEY,-

15
for June, by Eliza L. SPROAT, p. 368.

The Blind Steed. Illustrated. By Rev. CHARLES T.
BROOKS,

17
The Heart and the World. By AUGUSTA BROWNE,

18
PROSE.
Alone. By JAMES II. DURAND,

29

The Dream. Illustrated. By MRS. MARY G. HORS-
Amy, a Tale. Two Illustrations. By MRS. C. H.

PORD,

32
BUTLER,
19 Jephtbah's Daughter. By JAMES T. JANVIER,

39
Reminiscence of West Point. By Amy LOTHROP, 30 The Hunter's Song. Illustrated. By ALICE CAREY, 40
Two Faces under One Hood. Illustrated. By MRS. Milton.- A Sonnet. With an Engraving. By ANNE
EMMA C. EMBURI, -

33
C. LYNCH,

48

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The Cottop! Saturday Night. Illustrated. Ву

BOOK NOTICES. ROBERT DAVIDSOX, D.D.,

61 The Mother and Child. With an Engraving. By January, p. 67; February, p. 139; March, p. 219; April, MRS. JULIA C. R. DORR,

56 p. 284; May, p. 345; June, p. 410. By PROFESSOR HART. The Prayer of Marmaduke. A Ballad. By Mary HOWITT,

57 A Morning Song. By C. L. WHELER,

97 Chant of the Dreams. By BAYARD TAYLOR,

98

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES. To St. Valentine. By ERASTUS W. ELLSWORTH,

99 The Seasons. By EDITH MAY,

99 Jenny Lind, p. 139; Italian Opera in Philadelphia, p. The Bonnie Bairns. By L. VIRGINIA SMITH,

139; Female Prose Writers of America, p. 222; Population A Sonnet. By MARY SPENSER PEASF,

105 of Philadelphia, p. 222; The Cheap Postage Bill, p. 222; Greeting to America. By FREDRIKA BREMER,

117 The Philadelphia High School, p. 286; Washington as a The Poet's Prayer. By CO AMPION BIS FLI,

117 Humourist, p. 288; Correction in regard to Mr. Tyson's The Resting Place. By MARGARET JUNKIN,

164 ** Ilistory of the American Colonies," p. 348. By' PROThe Tower of Lahneck. A Paraphrase. By EDITU PESSOR LAKT. MAY,

175 Oh Visit Me in Dreams. By Miss E. W. BARNES, 176 A Chinese Serenade. Illustrated. By R. H. STODDARD, 177 Snow Flakes. By II. W. PARKER,

• 189

PLATES.
A Song of the Desert. By Mrs. MARY E. HEWITT, 189
To the Unforgotten. By T. II.MPSTEAD,

198 The Seasons. Illuminated Page. By DORNDORF, Judith and Holofernes. By Mrs. SARAH T. Boltox, - 207

PROXTI8PIECE. Our Little Brother. With an Engraving. By Mrs.

Literature and Art. Line. By Suaw,

TITLE-PAGE. SARAH T. BOLTON, 208 The Mother's Pet. Mezzotint. By SARTAIN,

56 Unrest. By HELEN BARRY,

210 Preparing Moses for the Fair. Line. By FLEMMING, 71 The Token of Hope._By SARA H. BROWNE,

2:27 A Valentine. A Coloured Print. By MCCLELLAN, 73 The Mother's Cry. By THE AUTHOR OP “THE BROKEN William and Mary Howitt. Line. By STEFL,

. 100 BUD,”

237 The Wife's cirst Grief. Mezzotint. By BUTTRE, 106 Much Ado About Nothing. By Eliza L. SPROAT, 244 Napoleon and Prince Louis. Mezzotint. By SARTAIN, 109 The Granite Block sent by the Swiss Government for Love's Light Summer Cloud. Line. By FLEMMING, 145

the Washington Monument. By WILLIAM Time Clipping the Wings of Love. Mezzotint. By DOWE,

244
SARTAIN,

218 Death of the British Brutus. A Dramatic Sketch. Our Little Brother. Mezzotint. By SARTAIN,

208 By W. GILMORE SIMMS,

249 The Resurrection of Christ. Line. By JOHNSON, 262 The Resurrection of Christ. With an Engraving. Return of a Victorious Armament to a Greek City. By CAROLINE MAY,

262
Line. By GRAHAM,

279 To a Fallen Star. By EDWARD POLLOCK, 274 Isabel. Line. By FLEMMING,

280 Rothermel's Apotheosis of Labour. By WILLIAM F. The Weeper of Wirtemburg. Mezzotint. By SARSMALL

277
TAIN,

344 Return of a Victorious Armament to a Greek City. Elijah Raising the Shunamite's Son. Line. By With an Engraving. By Mrs. E. W. TOWNSEND, 279

400 Sing to Me. By SARA H. BROWNE,

280 Open Your Mouth and shut Your Eyes. Mezzotint. To Liz. By II. W. H.,

303
By SARTAIN,

353 The Best Boon. By MARY YOUNG,

• 319
Lesbia. Line. By FLEMMING,

309 Advent of May. By Rev. SIDNEY DYER, 320 Tobit and the Angel. Line. By Johnson,

410 The Song of the Flirt. By II. T. TUCKERMAN, A.M.,

326

N.B.–The pages here given show where each Plate is to At Evening Time it shall be Light. By Rev. C. R. be inserted in binding. BATCH ELDER,

336 Hymn to the Alps. By Mrs. E. C. KINNEY,

378 The Fire from Heaven. By William Dowe,

390 Elijah Raising the Shunamite's Son. By CAROLINE MAY,

WOODCUTS. 400

SCENES IN THE LIFE OF CHRIST.-January, Seven Illustra

tions, pp. 5-11; February, Seven Illustrations, pp. 81-87; MUSIC.

March, Six Illustrations, pp. 152–159; April, Six IllustraCome to the South. Words by CARPENTER, music by

tions, pp. 230-236; May, Six Illustrations, pp. 295–301; PERRING,

2

June, Seven Illustrations, pp. 359-365.-Total, 39. The Girl Praying. From the German of MATTHISSON.

LIFE OF MAN AND OF THE YEAR.--January, p. 1; Febru By J. 8. Dwight, :

134 ary, p. 76; March, p. 148; April, p. 226; May, p. 290; Lay of the Imprisoned Huntsman. Words by Wal

June, p. 354.-Total, 6. TER Soort, music by SCHUBERT,

216 ENIGMAS.-January, p. 16; February, p. 105; March, p. Irene. From the German of HIERLOSSohn, by John S. 209; April, p. 240; May, p. 304; June, p. 368.- Total, 6. DWIGAT. Music by Franz ABT,

231

Fashions. — January, Three Ilustrations, p. 72 and Agatha. Words by Joan S. DWIGHT, music by FRANZ cover; February, Two Illustrations, pp. 143, 144; March, ABT,

841

Four Illustrations, pp. 223, 224; April, Two Illustrations, Ah! when thou art mine own, Love. Words trans- p. 288; May, Seven Illustrations, pp. 351, 352; June,

lated from the German of HENRI HEINE by J. Seven Illustrations, pp. 411, 412.-Total, 25. S. DWIGHT, music by KUCKEN,

Rembrandt Painting his Mother's Portrait, p. 4, illustrating Art Notice,

71 The Blind Steed. Illustrating Mr. Brooks's poem, 17 Two Ilustrations of Mrs. Butler's story of Amy,

19, 23 MUSICAL NOTICES.

The Dream. Hlustrating Mrs. Horsford's poem, 32

Two Faces Under One Hood. Ilustrating Mrs. EmThe Sentiment of Various Musical Composers. By

bury's story,

33 Joun S. DWIGHT,

132 The IIunter's Song. Illustrating Miss Carey's poem, 40 Schubert's Songs - The Musical Season–Jenny Lind Milton's House. Accompanying poem by Miss Lynch, 48

-Opera --Classic Music. By Jonx S. Dwight, 213 Portrait of Governor Briggs. With a Biographical Rossini. By JOHN S. Dwight..

282
Sketch,

51 The Musical Trinity. By JOHN 8. DWIGHT,

343 The Bonnie Bairns. With a poem by Miss L. VirMusic in Boston. By Joan 8. DWIGHT.

406
ginia Smith,

104 The Smokers. Illustrating John Neal's article, 93 llenry Kirke Browne. A Portrait,

135
Bas Relief on Mre. Cozzens's Monument,
ART NOTICES.

Village Merry-making. Illustrating Art Notice on
Frith,

218 Fleury's Picture of Rembrandt Painting his Mother's

Chinese Serenade. Illustrating Mr. Stoddard's poem, 177 Portrait. By H. A. H.,

Scenes in the Life of John Bunyan. Five IllustraHenry Kirke Brown, the Sculptor. By N. CLEAVELAND, 135

tions,

191-197 The Philadelphia Art Union. By JOHN SARTAIN. 138 Horace Vernet. A Portrait

, with a Biographical Frith's “ Village Merry-making," and "Love's Light

203 Summer Cloud." By H. A, H.,

218 Judith and Holofernes. Ilustrating article on Vernet, 2013 Winterhalter's Picture of the Royal Family. By The Couching Lion. Two Illustrations,

• 379 II. A. IL,

284 Ary Scheffer's Weeper of Wirtemburg. By II. A. II., 341 TOTAL-19 Plates, and 99 Woodcuts.

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