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SOUTHERN QUARTERLY REVIEW,
Anthon's Classical Dictionary, 109 ;
such work been a great desideratum, 111; Lempriere's defective, its author wanted learning, industry, patience, discrimination, judg. ment, ib.; good as a pioneer, ib.; Da Ponte's New-York edition of, 112; Dymock's Bibliotheca Classica and edition of Cæsar, ib.; Anthon's edition of Lempriere an improvement, ib.; his Classical Dictionary too ponderous for a school manual, not learned enough for mature scholars, ib.; several omissions in it, 113; author charged with plagiarism, 115; the question considered, ib.; ancient geography, 116; different titles under this head particularly examined, 116, 120; biography, 120; different titles under this head examined, 120, 129; mythology and reli
gion examined, 129, 142. Anglo-Eastern Empire, 199; India an interesting country, ib., Sir William Jones, the orientalist, ib.; influence exerted by the East on the West, ib.; antiquity of Hindoo civilization, 200; proofs of it consi
dered, ib.; distinction of castes prevailed in the time of Alexander the Great, 201; exclusive, sanctioned by religion, maintained by law, ib.; Indian literature and architecture,-temples, 202—3; temples of Elephanta and Salsette described, 203; those of the Ghaut Mountains, 204; pyramidal temples, ruins of Mavalipuram, inscribed pillars and temples, 205, 206; art of writing common in India, ib.; the Sanscrit, when a living tongue uncertain, ib.; the Vedas, contain the principles of Hindoo religion, laws and institutions, ib.; copy of in the British Museum, 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 Singhalese and Hindoo civilization, 211; rock temples, ib.; one near Dunsbalou described, ib.; quarrels of Buddhists and Brahmans, 211; their consequences, ib.; religion, the chief element of Hindoo civilization, 212; discovery of the pas