The Quarterly Review Volume 181

The Quarterly Review Volume 181

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ... 167--his rule in Ireland, ib. II., address from the Fellows of Trinity College, CLXXV. 176--in Ireland, 177.-, Sir Henry, his public spirit, JANSON. JENA. relations with the Order of the Oratory, 214--the ideal Jausenist, 216--method of induction and dis-covery, 217--Royer-Collard, ib--antagonism of the Order of Loyola, 219--the 'Nouvelles Kccleaias-tiques, ' 219, 220--Boite a Perreitc, 221--' Sisters of S. Martha, ' ib.--alleged miracles and 'convulsions, ' 222--definitions of a Jansenist, 224--Countess Pauline de Beaumont and Madame de Remusat, 225--Gregoire-Pierre Heiluison, 226--Count J. D. Lanjuinais, 227--De Barante family, 227, 228--rise of anti-concordatarian sects, 230--religious views, ib.--Abbe Gregoire, defender of Gallican liberty, 231--account of his death, 232--regene-ration of the French Church, ib. Jauson, Rev. C. A., joins the African Mission, CLXV1II. 242--his charge to Archdeacon Maples, ib. Janus, thePopeandCouncil, CLXXII. 33---on the Reformation, 46--on the Pope as arbitrator, 47--on Gregory VII. 52. Japan, progress of missionary labours in, CLXIII. 131, 150., Pictorial Arts of, CLXIV. 97--Chinese in their origin, 98--earli-est use of Chinese written characters, ib.--early efforts, 99--early art in China, 100, 101--its degeneracy, 101--Buddhist portraitures, 102--Tosa artists, ib.--Toba-ye' or Toba caricatures, 103--free-handed mono-chromes revived by Kawo, ib.--Chinese influence, 104--the popular school inaugurated by Moronobu, 105--lacquer designers, ib.--Hoku-sai, 106--Shijo Naturalists, 107--pictorial engraving, ib.--freedom of hand, 108--effects of the use of European pigments, 109--tendency to symbolism, 110--conventionali-ties, 111--Mr. Anderson's Catalogue, 112, 113--' Twenty-four Paragons of Filial Piety, '...show more

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