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Jove judicat æquo.-Hor.

Eo ego ingenio natus sum, amicitiam
Atque inimicitiam in fronte promptam gero.-Ennius.

VOL. III.

CHARLESTON.

PUBLISHED BY THE PROPRIETOR.

1843.

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INDEX

A.

TO THE

THIRD VOLUME

OF THE

SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW.

Anthon's Classical Dictionary, 109;
such work been a great desider-
atum, 111; Lempriere's defective,
its author wanted learning, indus-
try, patience, discrimination, judg-
ment, ib.; good as a pioneer, ib.;
Da Ponte's New-York edition of,
112; Dymock's Bibliotheca Clas-
sica and edition of Cæsar, ib.; An-
thon's edition of Lempriere an im-
provement, ib.; his Classical Dic-
tionary too ponderous for a school
manual, not learned enough for
mature scholars, ib.; several omis-
sions in it, 113; author charged
with plagiarism, 115; the ques-
tion considered, ib.; ancient geo-
graphy, 116; different titles under
this head particularly examined,
116, 120; biography, 120; differ-
ent titles under this head examin-
ed, 120, 129; mythology and reli-
gion examined, 129, 142.
Anglo-Eastern Empire, 199; India an
interesting country, ib.; Sir Wil-
liam Jones, the orientalist, ib.; in-
fluence exerted by the East on the
West, ib.; antiquity of Hindoo ci-
vilization, 200; proofs of it consi-

dered, ib.; distinction of castes
prevailed in the time of Alexander
the Great, 201; exclusive, sanc-
tioned by religion, maintained by
law, ib.; Indian literature and ar-
chitecture,-temples, 202-3; tem-
ples of Elephanta and Salsette
described, 203; those of the Ghaut
Mountains, 204; pyramidal tem-
ples, ruins of Mavalipuram, in-
scribed pillars and temples, 205,
206; art of writing common in In-
dia, ib.; the Sanscrit, when a liv-
ing tongue uncertain, ib.; the Ve-
das, contain the principles of Hin-
doo religion, laws and institutions,
ib.; copy of in the British Muse-
um, very ancient, ib.; history of
the Sanscrit language considered,
207; the Hindoos a commercial
people, 208; articles of commerce,
spices, pearls, precious stones, rice,
ib.; India very populous and rich,
209; connection between Singha-
lese and Hindoo civilization, 211;
rock temples, ib.; one near Duns-
balou described, ib.; quarrels of
Buddhists and Brahmans, 211;
their consequences, ib.; religion,
the chief element of Hindoo civili-
zation, 212; discovery of the pas-

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