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Specimens of. Fraser, 18: 649.

under Louis XIV. (H. M. Trollope) Macmil. 31 : 522.

in Italy. For. Q. 27: i. (F. Inglis) No. Am. 39:

329. Blackw. 18: 545. 19: 176. 20: 164. 21:
727. 22: 571. No. Am. 5: 182. (R. Davey)
Lippinc. 15: 90. (C. M. 1'hillimore) Macmil. 34:

3'9 ( 3 2 4 535- 3 6: 2l8 > 3?6. 39= 198-

in London. Fraser, 71 : 124.

Acted. Blackw. 2: 426, 567, 664. 3:77,207,329.

4:443,708. 5:71, 317. 6:51-424. 7:182,307.

Fraser, 38: 41.

French. (M. Arnold) 191)1 Cent. 6 : 228. Same

art. Appleton, 22: 311. (F. and W. H. Pollock)
Dark Blue, 2: 102.

in 1875. Dulj - Univ. 85: 204, 379, 743.

in 1876. Dub. Univ. 87: 108.

Recollections of Her Majesty's Theater. (N.

D'Arey) Belgra. 4: 416.

in the Middle Ages. (T. Wright) Bentley, 38: 298.

Nat. M. 2: 221, 367.

in Paris. Dub. Univ. 64: 591. Fraser, 70: 678. -*

Westm. 71: 416.

before Molii-re. Cornh. 26: .90.

Censorship of. Dub. Univ. 68: 525. 69:243.

In Russia. So. Lit. Mess. 04: 250.

in Scotland, Historical Sketch of. Hogg, 8: 392, 412.

in Spain. Quar. 25: i.

Calderon and de Vega. For. Q. 31: 502.

Early. Am. Q. 4: 308. Blackw. 17:641. 18:680.

Interludes of the early. Colburn, 5: 549.

Modern. Colburn, II : 87-186.

Inexplicable Dumb-Shows. (D.Cook) Belgra. 39: 190.
- Influence of. Ox. Prize Ess. 3: 245. Blackw. 7:

387. Knick. 7: 7.

Leg Business. (O. Logan) Galaxy, 4: 440.

Legitimate. Victoria, 17: 461.

Lyric. For. Q. 12: 197.

past, present, and future. (C. L. Gruneisen) St.

James, 36: 363.

Manager's Note-Book. Colburn, 51: 320-485. 52:

63-323- 53^ ioi-S3o. 54 : 87-4S7-



DRAMA



364



DRAPERIES



Drama, The, Means of regenerating. Colburn, ^5.

Mediaeval Theatricals. Knick. 63: 237.

Meiningen Realism. (W. Archer) St. James, 49: 71.

Modern. Dial, 4: 307.

and Dramatists. Tinsley, 6: 421.
Decline of. New Eng. M. 8: 105.

Origin and Development of. Nat. Q. 21 : 68.

Rise and Progress of. (J. W. Wall) Kuick. 44: 59.

Musical, Hogarth on. Mo. R. 146: 533.

Mysteries and Moralities. (Lady F. P. Veniey) Con-

temp. 25: 595.

National, Absence of, in igth Century. (H. P. Hay-

man) St. James, 46: 315.

A National Theater. Victoria, 24: 329.

Neo-Classical, 1858-67. Chr. Rem. 55: 39.

New Lights from old Plays. (P. Q. Keegan) Colburn,

167: 337-

of the Day, 1859. Bent. Q. 1 : 550.

of the Period. (R. G. White) Galaxy, 8: 678.

Old Dublin Stage. (R. B. Baker) Belgra. 39: 304.

Past and present. Broad w. 2: 119.

Players of our Day. Gent. M. n. s. 7: 591, 683, 846.

8: 73-7".

Principles of; Corneille and Dryden. Fraser, 66 : 383.

Puritans' Opposition to. No. Brit. 25: i.

Realism in Plays. (G. S. Bower) Colburn, 169: 10.

Recent Tragedies. (G. H. Lewes) Westm. 37: 321.

Recollections of John O'Keefe. Colburn, 16: 345. 17:

i7-5 6 4- 47 : 2 3 2 -

Records of a Stage Veteran. Colburn, 41 : 454.

Regeneration of. Westm. 37: 71.

Religious. (W. Binns) Mod. R. 1 : 792.

of the Middle Ages. ( W. H. Withrow) New Dom.

12: 129, 202.

Review of, 1800-20. Lond. M. 1 : 65.

Revolution in. Cornh. 39: 442.

Rise and Fall of European. For. Q. 35: 290.

Romantic. Blackw. 60: 161.

Schlegel on. (W. Hazlitt) Ed. R. 26: 67. Qnar. I2t

112. Am. Mo. R. 4: i. Am. Mo. M. 2: 12, 115.

Stage Exaggerations. Victoria, 24: 457.

State and Prospects of. Ed. R. 57: 281. Westm.

20: 151. Blackw. 17: 727. Mus. 6: 355.

Thespian Cartes. Tinsley, 18: 71-587.

under Canvas. Chamb. J. 42: 321.

under Difficulties. AH the Year, 36: 102. Chamb.

J. 26: 289.

will it revive ? St. James, 48: 174.

without Footlights; a Tale. Temp. Bar, 32: iSo.

Women in. Victoria, 25: 1126.

Sir C. Young on. Victoria, 18: 552.

See Actors; Burlesque; Comedy; Tragedy; Theater;

Stage; Plays.
Dramas, Modern British. Blackw. 14: 421, 723. 18: 119.

New. Eel. R. 71* 163.

Dramatic Adaptation. (A. D. Vandam) Tinsley, 19: 499.
Dramatic and Theatrical, Difference of. (F. A. Kemble)

Cornh. 8: 733.
Dramatic Art. (J. Pollock) Contemp. 23: 363.

Fechter's Realism in. (R. G. White) Nation, 10: 364.

Influence of the Theater on. Lond. M. i : 146.

Meiningen Theater. (C. H. Hawkins) Macmil. 35: 482.

Past and present. Dub. Univ. 73: 511.

Schlegel's Lectures on. Portfo. (Den.) 17: 477.
Dramatic Art Representation. (W. B. Donne) Dark

Blue, i: 70.

Dramatic Author, Miseries of a. Cornh. 8: 498.
Dramatic Authors, Actors, and Amateurs. Dub. Univ.
38: 407.

Rights of; the suppressed Comedy. Colburn, 70: 533.
Dramatic Biography, Jones's. Quar. 7 : 282.
Dramatic Canons. (F. Whittaker) Galaxy, 23: 396, 508.



Dramatic Censorship. Chamb. J. 26: 313. Same art
Liv. Age, 52: 26. Chamb. J. 39: 158. 50: 263.

Dramatic Composition. (D. Boucicault) No. Am. 126:
40. Ox. Prize Ess. i: 167.

Dramatic Critics as Actors. (H. Louther) Tinsley, 28: 60.

Dramatic Criticism, Cant in. Blackw. 19: 197.

Tieck's. Mo. R. no: 470. in: 457. Mus. 10: 289.
Dramatic Doctors*. All the Year, 39: 373.

Dramatic Doings. Dub. Univ. 16: 641. 17: 328, 599.

18: iSo.- 19: 64.

Dramatic Emancipation. Pain ph. 2: 369.
Dramatic Failures. Chamb. J. 41 : 263.
Dramatic Fictions. Knick. 9: 587.
Dramatic Illusion, Imperfect. (C. Lamb) Lond. M. 12:

599-

Dramatic Literature. Am. Q. 8: 134. Westm. 18: 31.
So. Q. 16: 377. Lond. M. 22: 298.

English, Ward on. (W. B. Donne) Macmil. 33: 314.

Geoffrey on. (A. H. Everett) No. Am. 10: 291.

in 1869. Colburn, 146: 92.

Past and present. (Lady Pollock) Temp. Bar, 44: 331 .

Select Committee on, 1832. Westm. 18: 31.
Dramatic Poetry. Dub. Univ. 23: 19.

English, History of. Quar. 46: 477. Mo. R. 125:

377. Westm. 31: 51.

of Age of Elizabeth. Brit. Q. 14: 39.

Dramatic Reform. (T. J. Serle) Colburn, 166: 8.
Victoria, 31: i.

Classifying Theaters. (G. H. I^wes) Ed. R. 78: 382.
Dramatic Representations, Music at. All the Year, 26:

369.

Dramatic Sensation, A. (W. P. Wood) Lakeside, 9: 9.
Dramatic Situation and Character. Cornh. 26: 155.

Same art. Ev. Sat. 13: 229.
Dramatic Treasure-Trove. Fraser, 59: 65.
Dramatic Writers of Age of Elizabeth: Ben Jonson.

Brit. Q. 25: 285.

of Ireland. (J. W. Calcraft) Dub. Univ. 45: 39-527.

46: 38-548. 47: 15, 359.

Dramatic Writings, Decline of. Blackw. 9: 279.
Dramatists, Beauties of living. Lond. M. 5: 27.

Comic, of the Restoration. (T. B. Macaulay) Ed. R.

72: 490.

Early English. Am. Whig R. 14: 285.

French. (J. T. Lomax) So. Lit. Mess. 8: 763. 9:76.

Greek. So. Lit. Mess. 8: 606, 793.

Lady. Eng. Dom. M. ill 27.

Minor Elizabethan. (E. P. Wliipple) Allan. 20: 692.

Modern English. Blackw. 14: 421,723. 18: 119.

Old English. (E. P. Wliipple) No. Am. 63: 29.

Selec. Ed. R. 2: 14. So. Lit. Mess. 15: 656.
Westm. 11 560. Blackw. 2: 21, 260, 656. 3: 556.
4: 66. 6: 409.

Songs from, Bell's. Fraser, 50: 583. Liv. Age, 42:

579. Chamb. J. 22: 203. Same art. Liv. Age,
43: 255.

Tales from. (A. H. Bromilow) Colburn, 163: 43-

536. 164: 19-414.
Dramatization. Ev. Sat. 9: 835.

of Novels. (J. N. Porter) Macmil. 40: 244.
Draper, John Wm. Pop. Sci. Mo. 4: 361. (W. H. Bid-
well) Eel. M. 85: 759.

Buckle and a Science of History. (E. B. Freeland)

Contin. Mo. 4: 529, 610. 5: 161.

Lecture of. So. Lit. Mess. 3: 693.

Scientific Memoirs. Nature, 19: 26.

Writings of. (0. A. Browneon) Cath. World, 7: 155.
Draper, Lyman C., Sketch of. Am. Bibliop. 7: 249.
Draper's Daughter; a Tale. Dem. R. 15: 163, 285.
Draper's Shops, Late Hours in. Penny M. 13: 102.
Drapery in Memorial Sculpture. Art J. 5: 279.
Draperies, Curtains, and Blinds.. Godey, 60: 185, 282, 506.



DRAUGHT



365



DREAMLAND



Draught, Power of. J. Frankl. lust. 13: 199.
Draughting, Mechanical, for Apprentices, Hints on. (J.

Richards) J. Frankl. Inst. 94: 166, 244.
Dravidian Folk-Songs. Corah. 24: 570.
Drawback on Imports; Treasury Circular. Hunt, 15: 398.
Drawbridge, Applied Forces in a. (H. T. Eddy) Eel.

Engin. 10: 551.
Drawing. (E. Hentschel) Am. J. Educ. 21 : 227.

among the Hindus. (A. Hunter) Art J. 12: 205.

Graphic Science in Education. (S. E. Warren) Edu-

cation, i: 439.

Industrial. (C. O. Thompson) Am. Soc. Sci. J. 4: 105.
Free-Hand. Pract. M. 6: 278.

Instruction in. (R. Burchett) Am. J. Educ. 22: 57.

(M. A. Dwight) Am. J. Educ. 4: 229. (F.
Ravaisson) Am. J. Educ. 2: 419.

Elementary. Art J. 8: 273.

in Belgium. Am. J. Educ. 21 : 658.

in France. Am. J. Educ. 21 : 497.

in Public Schools. (W. T. Brigham) O. & N. 4: 103.

(E. Hentschel) Am. J. Educ. 10: 59. Am. J.
Educ. 22: 251. O. & N. 2: 631.

in Wurtemberg. Am. J. Educ. 21 : 347.

Rep. of French Commission. Am. J, EJuc. 21 : 513.

Lessons in. Godey, 49: 27-502. 50: 45-515. 51:

25,218,4*17. 52:119,318,507. 53:117,322,506.
54: 130, 315, 503. 55: 129, 320.

Linear. (W. R. Johnson) Am. lust. Instruc. 1830: 257.

Pleasures of. Colburn, 6: 385.

Ruskin's Elements of. Blackw. 87: 32.

Study of. Am. Arch. 8: 173. (W. M. R. French)

Dial (Ch.), i: 154.

Methods of. (E. J. Poynter) Ain. Arch. 7:11.

Drawings by the Old Masters. (F. T. Palgrave) Portfo.

i: 127.

Mechanical and Architectural, Art of coloring. Pract.

M. 4: 384. 5: 27.

Modern. (J. L. Roget) Art J. 33: 13.
Drawing-Crayons, Composition of. Penny M. 13: 264.
Drawing-Instruments, Mathematical. Nature, 19: 128.
Drawing-Rooms, Philosophy of. Cornh.4i: 312. Same

art. Appleton, 23: 432.

Thoughts on. Chamb. J. 44: 107.
Drawing-Room Performance. (B. Francis) Belgra. 28:

425.

Drawn at a Venture ; a Tale. Temp. Bar, 41 : 222, 361, 497.
Drawn Bet; a Poem. Temp. Bar, 58: 359.
Draxy Miller's Dowry. (Saxe Holm) Scrib. 4: 86-290.

Same art. Eng. Dom. M. 17: 237, 296. 18: 20, 66.
Drayton, Michael. Gen. Repos. 4: 74. (A. M. F.

Robinson) Dub. Univ. 94: 56.

Polyolbion. Retros. 18: 105.

Dread Reckoning. (E. Jerrold) St. James, 36: 205-635.
Dreadful Case; a Story. (W. Jameson) Belgra. 43: 346.
Dreadful Discovery. Lond. Soc. 3: 504. 4: 193-421.
Dreadful Ghost, A. (D. M. Craik) Once a Week, 6: an.

Same art. Eel. M. 55: 553.
Dream, A. (W. D. Howells) Knick. 58: 146. Dub.

Univ. i: 145. Mus. 5: 163.

Curious. Dub. Univ. 81 : 130.

False. Chamb. J. 30: 73.

from Heaven. Liv. Age, 53: 469.

of the Cavaliers. (J. E. Cooke) Harper, 22: 252.

of the Dead. Blackw. 86: 358.

of Egypt; a Poem. (J. Godrfard) Once a Week, 16:

238-

of Faiths; a Poem. St. James, 48: 344.

of Gerontius; a Dramatic Poem. (J. H. Newman)

Cath. World, i: 517, 630.

of Life. (W. R. Alger) Putnam, 13 : 577. Same art.

Broadw. 6: 252. Dub. Univ. 80: no.

of Love ; a Poem. (S. W. Cone) Dem. R. 36: 421.



Dream of my Life ; a Tale. (W. W. Fenn) Broadw. 2:541.

of Pilate's Wife. (C. P. Cranch) Putnam, 14: 409.

of Ravan; a Hindu Episode. Dub. Univ. 42: 475,

578, 673. 43: 456.

of Sappho; a Poem. (M. Mackay) Gent. M. n. s. 19:

108.

Remarkable. Blackw. 19: 736.

which is not all a Dream. Knick. 61: 491. 62: 10.
Dreams. (E. Fitzgerald) Canad. Mo. 13: 467. (C. B.

Lewis) Galaxy, 24: 95. Argosy, 25: 190. Temp.
Bar, 58: 503. Same art. Appleton, 23: 549.
Cornh. 29: 720. Same art. Eel. M. 83: iSi.
Dub. Univ. 79: 392. 84: 58. Eel. R. 122: 516.
Ev. Sat. 16: 691. 17: 438. Irish Q. 9: 1148.
Liv. Age, 140: 314. Lippinc-5: 296. Lond.M.
10: 125. Once a Week, 7: 543. 22: 544.
Tinsley, 2: 268. Westm. 30: 424.

and Apparitions. (J. Hogg) Blackw. 21 : 549, 664.

22: 173. See also Apparitions.

and Demonology. Eel. R. 52: 501.

and Dreaming. (C. Redding) Colburn, 147: 58.

(Alex. Smith) Argosy, 1 : 390.

and the Making of Dreams. (J. M. Granville) Gent.

M. n. a. 27: 730.

and Omens. (R. W. Emerson) No. Am. 124: 179.

Blackw. 48: 194. 58: 735. Dub. Univ. 67: 506.

and Realities. (L. Stephen) Fortn. 30: 334. Same

art. Sup. Pop. Sci. Mo. 3: 532.

and Sleep. (N. S. Shaler) Internal. R. 6: 234. (J.

Cunningham) Macmil. 9: 473.

Maury on. (Sir H. Holland) Ed. R. 137: 330.

Same art. Liv. Age, 117: 579.

and their Causes. Once a Week, 23 : 96.

and their Interpretation. Good Words, n: 353.

and Visions. (J. Cunningham) Macmil. 5: 506.

as Illustrations of unconscious Cerebration. (F. P.

Cobbe) Macmil. 23: 512. Same art. Eel. M. 76:
726. Same art. Liv. Age, 109: 363.

Crimes in. Ev. Sat. n: 47.

Divination by. Eng. Dom. M. 3: 141, 327.

Extraordinary. Once a Week, 9: 623.

in the Invalides ; a Poem. Blackw. 103: 756. Same

art. Liv. Age, 98: 84.

in Sleep. Temp. Bar, 7: 500.

Land of; a Poem. Dub. Univ. i: 201.

Laws of. Cornh. 34: 536. Same art. Eel. M. 88: 32.

Literature of . Bentley, 59: 267. Same art. Eel. M.

66: 701.

Nature and Uses of. (A. S. Patton) Chr. R. 22: 621.

Notable. (J. Hatton) Argosy, 5: 462. Same art.

Ev. Sat. 5: 689.

Phenomena of. Mo. R. 127: 287.

Psychology of. (J. H. Gulliver) J. Spec. Philos. 14:

204.

Remarkable; Warnings, etc., in. Howitt. 3: 136-203.

Scientific Study of. (J. C. Murray) New Dom. 20: 481.

Seatield on. Temp. Bar, 15: 405.

Speculation about. (C. B. Radcliffe) Contemp. 40: 105.

strangely fulfilled. (R. A. Proctor) Belgra. 43: 26-

Same art. Eel. M. 96: 27.

Stuff they are made of. At Ian. 46: 402.

Theory of. Hesp. 3: 229.

Visions, and Ecstasies. St. Paul's, 14: 69. Same art.

Eel. M. 82: 279.

Warning. Chr. Obs. 41 : 405, 480.

Dream Children; a Reverie. (C. Lamb) Lond. M. 5: 21.
Dream Fancy, Laws of. Cornh. 34: 536. Same art.

Liv. Age, 131: 627. Same art. Eel. M. 88: 32.
Dream-Haunted. Chamb. J. 43: 328.
Dream Interpretation, Art of. Dub. Univ. 76: 427.
Dreamland. (E Arnold) Fraaer, 52: 202.

and Somnambulism. Chamb. J. 58: 484.



DREAMLAND



366



DRESS



Dreamland of Love. Lond. Soc. 31 : 50-507.

Dream Life, Thoughts touching. (A. K. H. Boyd)

Eraser, 68: 403. Same art. Eel. M. 61 : 95.
Dream Lore. Lond. Soc. 30: 343.
Dream Madonna. Irish Mo. 7: 150.
Dream Music. (F. Boyle) Belgra. 36: supp. 99.
Dream Painter, The. *(J. E. Carpenter) Colburn, 147:

92-655. 148: 58-632.
Dream Revelations. Chamb. J. 3: 314.
Dream Story; a Tale. (K. S. Macquoid) Temp. Bar,

42: 177. Same art. Scrib. 7: 612. Same art. Liv.

Age, 123: 173.
Dream Woman; a Mystery. (W. Collins) Temp. Bar,

4* : 547- 43 : "S-

Dreamer, Confessions of a. All the Year, 24: 569.
Dreamer's Note-Book. Dub. Univ. 19: 612, 763. 23:

488. 24: 40.

Dreamers and Workers. Month, i: 551.
Dreaming. Chamb. J. 2: 113. Westin. 2: 123. (F.

W. Holland) Putnam, 15: 238.

and Sleep. (Sir W. Molesworth) Westm. 30: 424.

(E. M. Smalley) Lakeside, 4: 388.

and Sleep- Walking. Chamb. J. 53 : 56. Cath.

World, 3: 418.

and Waking; a Story. (Mrs. C. A. Mason) Mo. Rel.

M- 37: 349, 433-

Curiosities of. Sharpe, 32: 267. Same art. Eel. M.

52: 123.

in Italy; a Poem. Cornh. 6: 513.

Mysteries of. (A. B. Garrett) Hours at Home, 10: 439.

Notes on. Chamb. J. 56: 682.

Philosophy of. Westin. 30: 424.

Radcstock on. (J. Sully) Mind, 4: 588.

Dreary Court Sky; a Poem. (E. Cave) Cornh. 10: in.
Dred Scott Case. (N. Hale) Chr. Exam. 63: 65. (T.

Farrar) No. Am. 85: 392. (T. D. Woolsey) New

Eng. 15: 345-
Dredging, A Day's. Once a Week, 6: 466.

Deep-Sea. (L. Agassiz) Am. Natural. 6: i . (C. W.

Thompson) Am. Natural. 7: 406.
Apparatus employed on H. M. S. Porcupine, 1869.

(W. L. Carpenter) Pop. Sci. R. 9: 281.
by the Porcupine. ( J. G. Jeffreys) Nature, 1 : 135,

1 66.
in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. (J. F. Whiteaves)

Nature, 5: 8.

in the Gulf of Maine. (A. S. Packard, jr.) Am. Natural.

8: 145.

in Salcombe Bay. Chamb. J. 15: 218. 16: 74.

Notes from the Challenger. (G. J. Allman) Nature,

12: 555.

on Ocean Bars. (Q. A. Gillmore) Eel. Engin. 7: 311.

Results with Towing-Net, South Coast of Ireland.

(Prof. Allman) Nature, 9: 73.

Shell. (E. S. Morse) Am. Natural. 3: 269.
Dredging Expeditions. Nature, 5: 343.

off Spain and Portugal. (W. S. Kent) Nature, 4:

456.

on the Coast of New England. (A. E. Verrill) Am.

J. Sci. 105: i, 98. 106: 435. 107: 38-498. 109:

411. no: 36, 196.

Dredging-Ground, A. (E. Lawless) igth Cent. 10: 131.
Dredging-Machine. (D. S. Howard) J. Frankl. Inst.

87: 239.

Howard's, 1855. (J. W. Nystrom) J. Frankl. Inst.

60: i.
Dredging Operations in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. (J. F.

Whiteaves) Am. J. Sci. 107: 210.
See Deep-Sea Explorations; Soundings.
Dreepdaily Burghs, How I stood for. Blackw. 62: 259.
Drei Eichen, Pilgrimage to Shrine at. (A. Seymour)

Cath. World, 3: 706.



Dresden and Saxony, Letters from, 1837. Tait, n. s. 4:

389, 442-

Reminiscence of. Temp. Bar, 53: 545.

Visit to. (H. Bedford) Month, 38: 506.
Dresden China. (S Powers) Nation, 2: 715.

and its Manufactory at Meissen. Blackw. 122: 62.

Same art. Eel. M. 89: 370.

Dress. (L. Fountain) Putnam, 14: 620. Blackw. 3:
301. 97: 425. Chamb. J. 37: 395. Godey, 20:
187. Lond. Soc. 2: 37, 173. (J. B. Atkinson)
Good Words, 21: 777. Same art. Appleton, 25: 37.

according to Statute. (F. W. Rowsell) Intel. Obs.

12: 167.

^Esthetics of. (R. G. White) Harper, 25: 162.

(Mrs. Haweis) Art J. 32: 97-205.

Bonnets. Blackw. 57: 242.

Cut of a Coat. Blackw. 57: 608.

Hats. Blackw. 57: 51.

Military Costume. Blackw. 59: 114.

Minor Matters. Blackw. 57: 731. Same art. Liv.

Age, 6: 139.

American. (M. Schelo de Vere) Putnam, 15: 385.

and Address. Fraser, 20: 189.

and the Age. Once a Week, 9: 427, 637.

and Diet. No. Brit. 22: 505.

and Food 500 Years ago. All the Year, 4: 185.

and its Critics. (C. A. Bristed) Nation, 2: 10.

and its Eccentricities. Lond. Soc. 12: 283. Same

art. Ev. Sat. 4: 369.

and its Victims. (H. Martinean) Once a Week, 1 : 387.

and Nature. (J. C. Draper) Galaxy, 9: 626.

and Women. (E. Benson) N. Eel. 4: 601.

Art of. (P. Fitzgerald) Art J. 29: 316, 345. 30: 23,

58. Quar. 79: 372. Same art. Lav. Age, 13: 337.
Eel. M. li: 145. Blackw. 27: 185. Godey,

54 : 538- 57 : 3 2 4- 60: 230-515-

as a Fine Art. (Mrs. Merrilield) Art J. 5: 1-211.

Bondage of. (L. E. Funiiss) Appleton, 9: 75.

Clothes Mania. (J. Parton) Atlan. 23 : 531 . Victoria,

25: 876.

Common Sense in. Lond. Soc. 21: 465.

Curiosities of Fashion. Lond. Soc. 4: 232.

Daily Beauty. (R. G. White) Atlan. 4: 397.

Dandies, Fashion, etc. Fraser, 15: 232.

Development in. (G. H. Darwin) Macmil. 26: 410.

Same art. Liv. Age, 114: 802. Eel. M. 79: 610.
Same art. Ev. Sat. 13: 348.

Etymology of Names of Fabrics. All the Year, 30 : 202.

Exercise, and Sleep, Philosophy of. Loud. M. 23 : 561 .

External Appearance. Colburn, 6: 381.

Fashions of. (H. R. Cleveland) No. Am. 47: 148.

Mo. R. 148: 380.
How made. Ev. Sat. 5: 175.

Female. (J. Wilcox) Galaxy, 2: 570. Same art. Eel.

M. 58: 370. Same art. Liv. Age, 75: 42, 71.

in 1450-1650. Lond. Soc. 22: 405.

in 1857. Westm. 68: 315.

Ornaments of. (F. Douce) Arch. 12: 215.

Thoughtf illness in. Cornh. 18: 281.

Fig Leaves and French Dresses. (L. H. Hooper)

Galaxy, 18: 504.

French. Canad. Mo. 4: 438. Ev. Sat. 13: 242.

Greek, for Women. Art J. 26: 9.

Hints to Ladies. (M. E. Haweis) St. Paul's, 12: 42.

How to dress for 15 a Year. All the Year, 30: 199.

in Paris. All the Year, 9: 7.

in relation to Health. (B. W. Richardson) Gent. M.

n. s. 24: 469. Same art. Pop. Sci. Mo. 17: 182.

Individuality in. Broadw. 6: 286.

Men and Coats. Fraser, 24: 268.

Modern. (C. R. Corson) Canad. Mo. i: 127.

Chamb. J. 58: 117.



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Dress, Natural History of . Cornh. 42: 560. Same art.
Eel. M. 96: 123.

of Elizabethan Age. Blackw. 3: 534.

of Gentlemen. (C. Clarke) Temp. Bar, 22: 63.

of our Ancestors. Hogg, 8: 173.

of our Grandmothers. (F. M. Colby) Potter Am. Mo.

15: 113.

Peacockism in. (J. Holliugshead) Good Words, 2: 198.

Philosophy of. (W. N. Pendleton) So. Lit. Mess. 22:

199. Blackw. 53: 230.

Ruff and its Successors. Ev. Sat. 15: 548.

Science of. Godey, 56: 22, 114, 235.

Sensation in. (II. R. St. John) Victoria, 20: 239.

Sense and Fashion in. Bentley, 63: 292.

Talk on. (M. R. Oakey) Harper, 62: 589.

Taste of the Day. Fraser, 56: 604.

True Principles of. Godey, 54: 325.

Well-dressed. All the Year, i: 490.

Worship of. N. Eel. 4: 190.

See Bloomerism; Clothing; Costume; Fashions.
Dresses, Dangerous. Once a Week, n: 719.
Dressed Grave; a Poem. Dub. Univ. 12: 519.
Dresser's Process of Nature-Printing. Art J. 13: 213.
Dresser, On the. Chainb. J. 47: 359.
Dressmaker at Green Harbor. (S. H. Smith) Lippinc.

28: 289.
Dressmakers. Good Words, 12: 62, 143. Same art.

Liv. Age, 108: 485, 558.

and Milliners. All the Year, 10: 36.
Dressmaking, Lessons in. Eng. Dom. M. 25: 142-245.

26^ 72.
Drew, Samuel. Hogg, 3: 8. Meth. M. 57: 602.

Nat. M. i: 144.
Drift and Alluvium of Ohio and the West. (C. Whit-

tlesey) Am. J. Sci. 55: 205.

Geology of. Lond. Q. 13: 375.

of the Western and Southern States. (E. W. Hilgard)

Am. J. Sci. 92: 343.

Phenomena of. (E. Hitchcock) Am. J. Sci. 49: 258.
Drift Deposits in the Northwest, U. S. (N. II. Win-

chell) Pop. Sci. Mo. 3: 202-286.

Drift Ice and Currents of North Atlantic. (W. C. Red-
field) Am. J. Sci. 48: 373.

Drift Log on the Mississippi. Colburn, 87: 254-485.
88: 33-452.

Drift Phenomena of Labrador. (A. S. Packard, jr.) Am.
J. Sci. 91: 30.

of Southwest Iowa. (C. A. White) Am. J. Sci.93: 301.
Drifting away; a Tale. All the Year, 32: 220.
Driftings and Dreamings. Dub. Univ. 18: 257.
Driftwood. Galaxy, 5: 645, 782. 6: 129-747. 7:

130-904. 8: 135-851. 9: 129-845. 10: 121-862.
ii : 133-877. 12: 112-855. *3 : "2-837. 14:
122-852. 15: 125-483. 16: 127-843. 17: 122-
840. 18: 121-839. 19: 122-843. 20: 118-846.
21 : 126-843. 22: 123-843. 23: 125-842. 24:

123-839-

Driftwood; a Poem. (G. P. Meade) Dub. Univ. 86: 737.
Drill under Difficulties. Chamb. J. 37: 375. i
Drill, Diamond. (C. E. Ronaldson) J. Frankl.inst 98:

352. (Maj. Beaumont) Eel. Engin. 12: 44.

Percussion Rock-. (R. Grimshaw) J. Frankl. Inst.

112: 50.
Drilling-Machine, Portable Radial. Pract. M. 3: 143.

Universal. Pract. M. 1 : 167.
Drink. Bentley, 14: 129.

Our national. (B. H. Paul) Nature, 1 : 576.

What we. All the Year, 35: 77.

Drinks and Drinkers, French. Ev. Sat. II : 511.

Artificial Cooling of. Penny M. 10: 319.

Strange. Chamb. J. 47: 392.

Drink Difficulty. (Sir W. Lawson) i9th Cent. 5: 405.



Drinking, In Vino Veritas. St. James, 22: 551.

Parton's Smoking and. N. Eel. 4: 365. Ev. Sat.

7: 669.

Philosophy of. (A. H. Forrester) Bentley, II : 148.

The Vice and the Disease. Quar. 139: 396.
Drinking Customs in England. All the Year, n: 437.
Drinking Experiences. Fraser. 13: 727. 14: 27?,.

Internal . M. 4: 621.
Drinking Fountains, Public. Art J. 12: 113.

Iron. Art J. 13: 25.

Drinking-Habit. (J. W. Palmer) Allan. 25: 159.

See Intemperance ; Drunkenness; Alcoholism; etc.
Drinking Usages in America. (W. Chambers) Chain I >.
J. 23: 42.

of Great Britain and Ireland. Chr. Obs. 39: 677.
Drinking Vessels, Ancient. Antiquary, 4: 258, 284.
Drinkwater House. (Mrs. C.V. Hamilton) Harper, 57: 49.
Driven overboard; a Tale. Chamb. J. 44: 715.
Driven to and fro; a Story. (Mrs. L. J. Hall) Mo. Rel.

M. 8: 193-375-

Driven to Despair; a Story. (P. Pastnor) Western, 7: 395.
Driver, Wanted a. Chamb. J. 43: 529.
Driver Mike. All the Year, i: 374.
Driving-Bands, Experiments on Tension of. Pract. M.

i: 1 06.
Droll Acquaintance; a Story. (C. D. Brewer) Galaxy,

16: 835.

Drome, Peasant Proprietors of the. Fraser, 70: 529.
Drommel's Inconsistencies. (V. Cherbuliez) Applet on,

23: 497. 24: i.
Drops. (A. M. Worthington) Nature, 16: 165.

and Bubbles. Chamb. J. 42: 387.

Liquid, Forms of. (A. M. Worthfngton) Pop. Sci.

Mo. ii : 544.

Drop-Hammer. Pract. M. 6: 52.
Dropped in Haste; a Sketch. Dub. Univ. 87: 675.
Dropping an Acquaintance. Chamb. J. 29: 305.
Dropsies, Blackall on. (T. Young) Quar. 9: 466.
Drought, and its Lessons. Chamb. J. 32: 104.

at Gaza. Fraser, 54: 244.

Great, 1844. Blackw. 56: 433.

Proposed Remedy for. Ev. Sat. 9: 470.
Drouyn de Lhuys, Edouard. Ev. Sat. 2: 189.
Drover's Carpet-Bag. (C. Dartmoor) Am. Whig R. 10:

125.

Drovers, Sketches of. Penny M. 12: 356.
Drowne, Solomon, Biography of. Am. Q. Reg. ii: 357.

Fourth of July Oration, 1800. Hist. M. 17: 228.
Drowned at Sea. Cornh. 3: 341.

Drowned Persons, How to recover. Chamb. J. 7: 383.

Treatment of. Mo. Rel. M. 36: 269.

Drowning, How to prevent. (H. MacCormac) Nature,
24: 62. Same art. Pop. Sci. Bio. 19: 369.

Instructions in Case of. Chamb. J. 41 : 495.

Question of Pain in. (R. S. Tracy) Pep. Sci. Mo. 13: 93.
Drowning the Miller; an Ulster Tale. Lond. M. 21: 161.
Drugs, Adulteration of. Westm. 91: 185.

and Medicine*, Importation of. Hunt, 19: 326.

as an Indulgence. (J. T. Crane) Meth. Q. 18: 551.

19: 188.

History of. (H. Yule) Geog. M. 2: 81.

Druids, The. Ed. R. 4: 391. (S. L. Knapp) Knick.
2: 90. Meth. M. 36: 304.

and Druidical Remains. Hogg, 3: 366.

and their Religion. Dub. Univ. 76: 38.



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