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FOURTH VOLUME.

ERRATA.-For page 601, in the folio, read, 106; page 400 is printed 300.

A.
Balloons, the Editor's remarks on, 116_ Used in war, 130

C.
And man, good description of, 58.

-Proposed improvements in, and engraving of, 185– Cadiz and its environs, 48, 93—With a plan, 85, 93.
Ascenk arm chair, 79.
Recommended for the Polar expedition, 252.

Caius Gracchus, prologue to, 196.
Bandy, game of, a great nuisance, 192.

Caledonia, the harp of, 102.
Acrertisement, singular, 369.
Bankers and Booksellers, 88.

Caligula's horse, eulogy on, 178.
Aziz barp, with engravings, 37, 45, 52.
de station improved, 166–sec Balloon.
Bankrupt, exemplary honesty of, 54.

Canal, great American, 207.
Bards, dormitory, 68.

Cancer, alleged remedy for, 39.
A can's tribute, to the memory of E. P. 180.
Prica, South-east coast of, 886.

Bark, Peruvian, use of, accidentally discovered, 223. Candle, mode of causing to give the best light, 302.
African tribes, 372, 379.

Barometer, cheap and simple, 77–Periodical rise and fall Caoutchouc mineral, 88.
Agriculture, remarks on, 405.
of the, 155- Marine, the great utility of, 192.

Capital, on the accumulation of, 367.
Al Rock, 143.
Batavian anthology, 309.

Captive fox to his master, 230.
14:, Trephit c, how to purify, 259–Vibration of, 319.
Bathos, specimen of, 316.

Cardinals' red hats, origin of, 311.
Also, of Mr. Shee, extracts from, 336.
Battle, field of, 163.

Carpet, tests of a good, 135.
Album, lines written in, 291.
Bear, encounter with a, 163.

Carthagena, description of, 52.
Alzes, description of, 379.
Beards, persecutions on account of, 55.

Carving, ancient laws of, 254.
Aliz and Berenga, or the Fountain of Love, 97.
Beau ideal of artists, exemplified, 295.

Case, singular, of a disordered patient, 259.
Allezory: the horse race, 41.
Beauty, raphsody on, 136–Verses on, 576.

Cat and rat good friends, 399.
Alliteration, specimen of, 356.

Beelzebub's improvements of the steam-engine, for the Catacombs of Kiev in Russia, 171.
Almanacs, perpetual, with engravings, 257.
purposes of war, 49.

Catalani, Madame, 263, 300.
Alpbabet, whimsical concert respecting, 268.
Bees, singular fact relative to, 406.

Cato and Carnot compared, 286.
Az Siguous sentence, 40.
Beethoven, the composer, becomes deaf, 4.

Caul of a child, 405.
Ambicon (son text) 12.

" Behold those ruins," 248.-Bells, enormous, 35, 78. Cement, invisible, 38-Cement, recipe for, 190.
America, diversified climate of, 43--Discovery of, 135– Belzoni, the traveller, notices of, 23, 53, 111, 372, 376. Cemetery, new, proposed in Liverpool, 96, 96.

Ceylon, island, state of, 19.
North-west erast of, British, Russian and American Bergamot oranges, 406.—Bernard, Saint, convent of, 406 Chandlers’ nuisances, prevention of, 24.
claims to, 95, 973.
Bertha, Queen, saddle of, 287.

Characteristics, 274.
American packet-skip Pacific described, 338.
American humour, 244.
Best, Mr. Justice, professional sketch of, 17.

Charade, 61.
A cagrams, 183-Latin one, 409.
Bible converted to a singular use, 78.

Charcoal in the cinders of Vesuvius, 243.
Anecdotes, 11-(se Chine Chat, fc.) in almost every - Bid me not love the lyre,” 212.
Bibliomania, 407.

Charitable sisters, by Kotzebue, 162.
exml.

Charles II. or the Merry Monarch, 440.
André, Major, anecdotes of, 80.
Billiard tables, patent, of metal, 155.

Cheeks, female, impromptu on, 272.
Andres, Saint, a wit, 235.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES, 23, 27, 77, 99, 111, 114, 127, Chemistry, familiar, 37, 200, 215.
Arzel of Death (verses) 76.
263, 263, 428.

Cheshire and Chester, 368.
'Animal retains, 111, 155.
Bird, whilst dying, sings, 319.

Chess-club matches, 276, 284.
- Ac mal sagacity, 244.

Birds, immense tlocks of, 126–Improved mode of pre- Chess-match, England against Scotland, 406.
Acimalculæ, surprising, 207.
serving, 245.

Chester, Earls of, historical account of, in verse, 104.
Armony discovered near Keswick, 406.

Birth-day tribute, 300.--Bishops, promotion of, 435. Chickens hatched by steam, 10.
Antipathies, 435.
Blair, Adam, lines from the life of, 231.

Chimneys, dangerous and ill-constructed, 192—Mode of

extinguishing fires in, 215.
ANTIQUITIES, 3, 19, 35, 35, 45, 70, 70, 79, 93, 95, 104, Blankets, called from a person so named, 147,

Children, treatment of, by nurses, 55_Food of, 59.
11, 119, 131, 142, 179, 182, 182, 197, 208, 254, 266, Blind traveller, 189.—Blood, circulation of the, 258.
$5,283,291, 317, 407, 434.
Boileau's epitaph upon his mother, lines on, 316.

Chinese proclamation, 46.
A syundus letter, from L'Hermite de la Chaussèe d’An- Bon Mots, 19, 115, 135, 183, 311, 319, 851, 877, 999, Chronometers, 242.
Bolognian enigma, 25, 32.

Chit CHAT, ANECDOTES, &c. in almost every number.
t, 169.
Artice, the youngest, letter from, 67.
425_sec also Puns, and Anecdotes.

Christmas, interesting paper on, 209–Boxes, 220-
A reaticeship, letter respecting, 351.
Bonaparte, anecdotes of, 387.

Keeping, 236.
Apprentices and Mechanics' Library, at Liverpool, 24, 89; 1 Boruwiaski, Count, the dwarf, 119.
Buon-ploughing, 68.

Church-yard, country, lines written in, 204.
246, 425–Report of the origin, progress, and present Bow, long, in England formerly, 19.

Civic dinner, 325.

Classical, the term, defined, 284.
Date of, 255–Objections raised to, 320.
Apni in Lotdu, 315.

Bowditch, Mr. appeal in favour of the widow of, 844mm Classical education, 13, 18, 25, 31, 84, 62, 65, 72, 73, 74,
Apparitions, theory of, 258.
Narrative of, 341.

84, 103, 138, 146, 366--sce Literature, Polite, and
Ambian figures
, curious particulars of, 62.
Boyish days, remembrance of, 216.

Education.
Arctitecture, &e. on the study of, 259.
Bradburn, the preacher, lines by, 61.

Clans, Scottish, 200,
Architectural perfection, 19.

Braham, Mr. 'letter in commendation of, 120_Verses Clarkson's memoirs of Penn, lines written after reading,
Ardal!ecture and sculpture, 109.
addressed to, 132.

92.-Cleanliness and order, maxims of, 204.
Armour, splendid piece of, 35.
Brewery, immense, 405.

Clock, miraculous- see Niraculous.

Coach-office, from the French, 278.-Coals—see Fucl.
ARTS, FINE, 11, 13, 72, 79, 81, 109, 127, 259, 295_Ata Brewers, important hint to, 291.

“ British ground" (verses) 76.
exebb in Queen Elizabeth's reign, 3-see Liverpool Brown, Mr. reception of, on the London boards, 125.

Cobbett's writings, strictures on, 139.

Cobbler, lines by a-sce Bradburn, the preacher.
Auber, lines by G. after reading, 148.
Bugs, mode of destroying, 67.

Cockroaches, inode of destroying, 92.
Arie improsements, 126.

Buildings, mode of raising and removing, bodily, 13. Coffee, improved mode of preparing, 13-As a beverage,
un tribe, 372, 379.

Bull, John, state of the affairs of, by Sir W. Scott, 30. accidentally discovered, 223-Imitation, 435.
AGE, Master, extraordinary musical genius, 407.
Bullion payments, 442.

Colds, prevention of, 283, 329.
As on an, 156.
Bulls, 319, 319-see Bon Mots.

Colonial compensations, 291.
Asrical notice, 138.

Bullock, Mr. retums from Mexico, with curiosities, 208 Colony, new, at Tristan de Cunha, 387.
Alates and Pacific, junction of-sce Darien.

-Extracts from bis account, 283–Exhibition of, 354. Collective wisdom, an excellent quiz, 418, 422.
Alinterical phenomena, 38, 53, 243, 284.
Buns, superior, how to make, 219.

Collyer's (Dr.) essay on Ethics— see Ethics.
Astineering phraseology, 147.
Burgoyne, General, notice of, 114.

Comet, re-appearance of, 40—Curious calculation respect.
41075, aagty remark of the Editor to, 168.

Burns's (Robert) monument at Ayr, 88-Lines on the ing a, 131–Visible in England, 216--Comets, 275.
19. lines on, by G. 163-Last leaf of, 172.
mausoleum of, 204.

Constancy, by G. 316.
Houtena lines addressed to, 368.
Burns and scalds, remedy for, 67.

Content, search for, by G. 416.
Burying ground-see Cemetery.

Conundrums, the use of, 212, 224, 241--sec Vive la Bagae
B.
Butier, how to make, of a good quality, 135.

telle.
Buxton, Jedediah, 77, 173.

Cooking, chemical principles of, 59.
El dia's fare, answer to, humorous lines, 44.
Byron and Scott, 12.

Copper for ships' bottoms, how to preserve, 265.
Bezielle, vive la," puzzles, conundrums, &c, 205, 212 Byron, Lord, works of, Editor's opinion respecting, 296– Cork, described by Derrick, 408, 423, 433.

-Editorial vindication of-see Vive la Bagatelle. Bacchanalian song by, 368-Selections from the Don Corn, on the high prices of, 367.
Fre, Lake, and Glacier, 125.

Juan of, 368-Original monody on, 396Memoirs of, Corns, remedy for, 420.
face-see Fancy.

897—Lines on a skull, 401–Memoirs of, by Sir Walter Corporation, characterized, 425.

Scott, 410-Unpublished verses of, 424_Original let- Corpse, discovery of a, 111--Tried and found guilty, $11.
Li, Mr. Green's ascent in, 43-Mr. Sadler's ditto, ter on, 420-M. Dupin's eulogium on, 425–Vindica- Correspondents, disappointed, 348.
1., 152, 166-Aspiring amateur, in, 338, 338.

tion of, 436-Eulogy of a Greek chieftain on, 443. Cosmetic for the skin, 249.

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Cotton mixed with wool, how to detect, 78-Yellow, 93. Experiment with a shilling suspended in a tumbler, and , Gossip, Dicky, dinner invitation to, 156.
Cough, prescription for, 190, 243—Hooping, ditto, 249. the Editor's opinion of, 191-sce Miracle.

Gramınatical queries, 200, 301, 332, 348–see Criticism.
Counsel for prisoners for high offences, 387.
Eye-lashes, cultivation of, 170.

Grassmere (sonnet.)
Courage, female, 95.

F.

Gravestone converted into an advertisement, 78
Cousin in the country, letter from, 224.
Family, a hopeful, 216_Singular, 135.

Graves, Indian, discovery of, 142.
Cramp, alleged remedy for, 111.-Craniology, 258.

Fancy ball at Liverpool, verses on, 112_Minute descrip. Gravel, alleged cure for the, 77.
Criminal law, letter upon, 201.

tion of, 121, 143.-Fancy, address to, 356.

Greek enigma, and original translation, 424
Criticism ( see Literature and Dramatic) punctuation, and

“ Farewel to -
-," by G. 28.

Greece, lines on, or to, 28.
orthography, 65, 136, 231, 304, 332, 336, 359, 413, 41*, * Farewel, lives there the dull cold heart," 256.

Green colour, new, 197.
436.

Fashions for each monthsee first or second Tuesday in Grotto, romantic, 326.
Cross, bearing the, with meekness, 119.

each month.

Grundy, Mrs. of Parr-ball, on the death of, 240.
“ Curiosity,” from “ Pride shall have a fall," 432.. Fates, invocation to the, 4.

Guerilla wartare, 92.-Guitar, Spanish, 372.
Curran's first client, 126.

Female employment, from Sir M. Hale's works, 219. Gunpowder exploded, by slacking lime, 215.
Curtain Lectures : “ The Return," 161.
Festival of music at Liverpool, verses on, 112, 120.

Gustavus Mansfeldt, a story, 237, 250.
Cutting (acquaintances) the art of, 202.
“ Fete du Caur," by G. 376.

H.
D.
Figures, Arabian, curious particulars of, 62.

Habit, effects of, on the human frame, 146.
Damp beds, test of, 329, 354.—Dandy officers, 387, FINE ARTS-see Arts.

Hale, Sir M. his advice to young women, 219.
Darien, canal proposed to be cut through, to unite the Finland, language of, is without prepositions, 115. Halton castle, lines written at, 196.

Atlantic and Pacific oceans, 137, 153, 160, 164, 165- Fires, hints for extinguishing, 199—Caution, 299. Haloes, artificial mode of forming, 38.
A map illustrative of, 165, 173, 187, 191.
Fireside amusement-sce Vive la Bugatelle.

Hamiltonian system of education, 436, 443, 444.
Deare, the sculptor, letter respecting, 294.

Fish, hatched in ovens, or by steam, 35-Some, when Hammersley, Miss, critique on, 125.
Deaf ear, turning to a friend, 212.

dying, exhibit singular colours, 38—Mode of preser- Handel, anecdotes of, 106—Immense musical band,
Death, re-union of friends after, 396.

vation of, 67_Enormous or singular, 198—Hatching in the commemoration of, 107.
Death-watch, 203-Dreadful, 311.

fowls' eggs, 258.

Hanging, effects of, on the human body, 61.
Debating societies, letter respecting, 356.

Fisher, Dr. W. letter from, respecting Deare, the sculp- Happiness, true (verses) 140.
Dee river, changes in the channel of the, 35.

tor, 294.

Harp, Æolian, with an engraving, 37, 45, 52.
Deluge, another, threatened, 406.
Flax, indigenous, in Ireland, 167.

Hatching, an itching for, 435.
Deluge, geology of themsee Geology.
Flour, test of the purity of, 135.

Harvest home, celebration of, 90.
Derrick's letters, 380, 388, 389, 395, 408, 417, 433. Flower, sonnet to a, by G. 140—Floriculture, 291-A Hawk, at Westminster Abbey, 135_Captured by a hen
Devil, killing the, 435.

withered flower, lines on, 440.

406.
Diamonds formed by the blow.pipe, 21.
Fools, who are the greatest ? 135.

Haydn, singular musical composition of, 107.
Dibdin, the late Charles, 147.
Footman, qualitications for a, 173.

Hearing trumpet, new, with engraving, 251, 263.
Dinner, enigmatical inventory of a, 26, 45.
Forbidden subjects, Editor's hint respecting, 332.

Heart, spasmodic affection, a sonnet on, 432.
Dinner invitation, by Dicky Gossip, 156.
Forest Minstrel, by W. and M. Howett, 65.

“ Heiresses Complaint" (verses) 316.
Discoveries, wonderfu), alleged, in India, 111-Origin of " Forget me not, 336.

Helin for steering, first hint of, 223.
several important, 223.
Fossil remains, 111, 155, 291, 291, 406, 406.

Henry IV. anecdotes of, 142.-Herculaneum MS. 182.
Disputation, maxims of, 267.
Fox-chase, extraordinary, 311.

Hermite en Italie, original translations from, 269, 277
Diving-bell at Port Patrick, 53.
Franc Parleur, translations from, 201, 273.

285, 297, 305, 313, 321, 333, 341, 349, 857, 365, 873
Doctor stolen by a banditti, 163.
French literature, 287, 383, 402, 413, 428.

381, 401, 421, 429.
Dogs, worming of, 208–Lament and petition of, 280- French stage, critiques on, 359—Origin of, 384.

Hermite de la Chaussé d'Antin, original translations
On the Mayor's order respecting, 290-With two Mas. French taverns, 275—Dramatists, 237, 383, 437.

from, 97, 157, 169, 232, 239, 270, 278, 3:22.
ters, original translation from the German, 298, 306, French, translations from the (original)sce L'Hermite, Hermite de la Guiane, ditto, 118.
314, 323—Goldsmith's elegy on the death of a mad, and Hono-cc Epigrams.

Hermite en Prison, original translations from, 249, 253
308-Doggrel verses respecting, 416.
Friend, lines to a, by G. 401.

261.
Don Juan, extract from, 20.
“ Friends are departing fast" (lines) 248.

Hermit, the, a translation from the German, 874, 882
Doomsday-book, curious particulars respecting, 131. Priend, death of, anniversary of, 240.

394, 402-Western, 13.
Drag, new safety one, 407.

Friendship of man, by G. 280, 280.But a name, 290. Heron hunting in Norfolk, 311.
Draining lakes in Holland, 38.
Fright, dreadful effects of, 310.

Heywood, B. A. Esq. address of, at the annual meeting
Dramatic Critiques, 4, 24, 32, 32, 40, 56, 64, 78, 80, 84, Frog concerts in America, 71.

of the Liverpool Royal Institution, 292.
96, 111, 125, 128, 133, 184, 205, 312, 440, 440.
Fuel, economy in managing, 309.

“ Hide and Scek," fatal, 311.
Dream, the (poetry) 180—" Dream,” by G. 196.
Funerals, howling at, 252.

Hieroglyphics, Babalonish, 266_Mexican, 282.
Drunkenness, cure for, 163.
Fungus, immense, 126.

Hindostan, population of, 27.
Drunkard's death-bed saying, 235.
Future state-sce Parudise.

History, on, from the German of Kotzebue, 219.-Th
Dutchman, flying, 203.-Dye, new blue, 115.

G.

study of, 343.
E.
G. poetry by, in every number.

Hohenloe, Prince, and his miracles, 3.
Earthquakes, 126, 274–Great, in India, interesting de G. lines addressed to, by Septimus, 344.

Homo's original translations from the German, viz.:-
tails of a, 353, 362, 370, 378.

Galatea's lamentation, 20.--Gall, Dr. memoir of, 263. Philosophy, 43—University anecdote, 47–War
Earwigs, how to protect flowers from, 126.

Gambling, exposition of the execrable system of, with an Love, 50.-Self-taught student, 62—Anecdote, 71-
Eating at table, advice respeeting, 55–Scientifically, 56. engraving and portraits, 225, 310.

Gottisched the Great, 193— The Removal, 201-L
Eccentric character, 235.-Echo, extraordinary, 43. Games played by medical men, 210.

Pay's Latin, 210-On History, 219— Translation fror
Eclipse, 4, 34.
Gaming, observation on, 435.

Weiland, 254–German Literature, 262—From Fran
Edinburgh and Glasgow squabbles, 134, 144.
Garden, geographical, whimsical project, 348.

Parleur, 273.
Eilgeworth-town school 158.

Garret window, original translation from the German, Homo, on claims of the Classics, 73, 117-Criticism, &
Education, classical and polite-sce Classical, & Literature. 334, 342, 350, 358.

146_Love and War, 86--On Sculpture and Architer
Education, utility of, 320, 359, 380, 380, 392, 400—Re Gas, proposed as a substitute for steam, 115–Etymology

ture, J09_- A Night in Paris, 133—On Paniphlets ar
marks on modern, 328, 355, 359, 366, 366— Polite-sce of the word), 241- Improved method of making, 319.

sordid views, 157- Charitable Sisters, 162–On Germs.
Literature,
Generosity, disinterested, original story, 56.

Literature, 169, 176-Caligula's Horse, 178–Pocic
Eggs, mode of preserving, 8, 241, 309_Hatching, by Genius, alarning increase of, 73.

translation by, 186_Letters addressed to, 84, 167.
heat, 4-Double exg, 351.
Genius, &c. miscellaneous observations on, 276.

Honesty of a bankrupt, 51-Dissertation on, 100.
Egotist, definition of an, 19.
Gentleman, query, what constitutes a, 354.

Honey, how to remove, without injury to the bees, 127.
Electrical machine, horizontal, 215_Experiment, 223. Geographical chace, 352.

Horse, old and favourite, lines to, by G. 36.
Electricity, animal, 21.
Geological plienomena, 130, 283.

Horse, mode of dappling, 167.-Horse-race(an allegory)
Electro magnetic rotation, with an engraving, 125. Geology, original le:ter on, 89–Interesting paper on, Houses, mode of raising, and reinoving bodily, 13.
Elegy on My Cousin,” 272.

from the Erinburgh Revicz, 181, 186, 197, 205.

HOUSEWIFE, the, family recipes, &c. 8, 13, 23, 59, 6
E ephant fountain in Paris, 197.
Georama, globe of, 40 feet diameter, 266.

92, 102, 111, 135, 159, 183, 283, 299, $29, 343, 8t
Elfia woman (a poem) 66.

German literature, 160, 168, 175-Epigrams, 308_Ori. 377, 384,435.
Embalming, on the custom of, 252.

ginal translations from the-sec Domo.

“ How calınly passed that time," &c. (verses) 60.
English character, 194.-Enignias, 28, 205.

Gil Blas, query as to the author of, 392, 400, 420, 428, Hubard, Master, verses to, 113—Description of his p
" Ennui,” by G. 303.

485.

formances, 41.
Entomology vindicated from cruelty, 57.
Gimcrack, Geoffrey, lines to, 280.

Husband, rcclaimed, 430.
Epidemics, how sometimes stopped, 207.
Glacier and lake of Bagne, 125.

Hydrogen, stream of, ignites Platina wire, 215.
Epigrams, 148, 148, 172, 172, 212, 21, 256, 272, 368.- Glasgow und Edinburgli squabbles, 134, 144.

Hydrophobia, alleged remedy for, 250, 509-Lett
French, and translations, 264, 272, 294, 296, 300, 308. Glass, origin of the discovery of, 223.

respecting, 268, 304.
Epitaphs, 3, 58, 91, 103, 156, 211, 229, 243, 281, 296–In Globes and maps, in relief, 21–0f 40 feet diameter, 265.

I.
Latin and French, and Translation, 148, 300.
“ Go ring her knell” (verses) by G. 102.

" I sigh not," &c. (lines) by G. 156.
Erskine, Lord, extemporaneous lines of, 216.
“ God and my country," 183.

“ I will think of thee," by G. 432,
Escape, interesting, 318.
“ Goddess, beautiful and free" (lines) by G. 132.

"I would but cannot sing,” by G, 60.
Ethics, the history of, by the Rev. W. B. Collyer, 317, Goethe's new work, song from, 432.

Ice caves in India, 197.-Idiot child, lines on, by G. 84
329, 337.
Good Friday, particulars respecting, 345.

Jelly, mode ormaking, 92.
Etymologies, some singular, 35, 55.
Gottisched the Great, by Homo, 193.

* If transient joys" (verses) by G. 76.
Euripedes of Medea, translation from the, 14.
Goose-eating on Michaelmas day, 119.

Imprisonment of learned men, 203_Ennobled, 249.
Exccution of an Indian murderer, 55,
Gold, North Carolina, 115.

improvisatori, 399.

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Blundell, original deseiption of the works of art | Lowth, Dr. Latin lines by, on his daughter, and transla-

N.
1.11-Second visit to, 174.
tion, 148.

Naiveté, instance of, 287.
Eers, American, 147-Indian simplicity, 35.
Lupas, Hugh, epitaph on, 58,

Names, singular entry of, in a shopkeeper's book, 55–
Brunnents for capital offences, 201.
Lussac, M. Gay, memoir of, 263.

And singular coincidences, 95—People without any, 319.
Es, sport cut to, 137, 153—sce Darien, and Panama. Luxurious, maxims for the, 183.

Napoleon, coronation of, 287.
1:23 query respecting, 114.
Lydiate abbey-see Southport.

Narratives, interesting, 195, 259—And dreadful, 318.
sosposition of a Friend,” lines on, 60.

Nathan's story of the “ Vale of Nightshade,” 109.
schols recommended, 443.

M.

National traits, 156.
is marking linen, 140.
Mac (sirname) 135.

NATURAL HISTORY, 16, 33, 57, 58, 95, 111, 207, 245,
1 je and death" (lines) by G. 220.

Machines, extraordinary, 205-see Scientific, and Steam. 399, 399.
ripton, curious, at Persepolis, 70.
Machinery, exportation of, 335.

Navigation-see Pole, Polar, &c.
Is tradot, or amateur horn-playing, 377.

Maçready, Mr. the actor, anecdote of, 69_Critique on, 114. Nautical improvement in case of danger, 207, 208.
Dsuturizes, useful, 380_see Education.
Maghull-sce Sou thport.

Negro logic, 163–Negro's retort, 196.
DFRTOTIS, singularste Scientific
Magic squares or tables, 205.

Nelson (The late Lord) monument to the memory of, in
Oy, whimsical, of the goods of an old lady, 845. Magnetism, 10— Magnetic needle in the 13th century, 35

Liverpool, with an engraving, 141, 176.
10, a novel, original review of, 414.

-Electric rotation, with an engraving, 125—(Thermo.) New Year's gift to Anna, 220.
lisen, Ben, the poet, 78.-Iron, American, 319.
experiments, by Dr. Traill, 198.

Newspapers, origin of, 62.
NO Clines of Presberg, 3.
Mahogany, immense log of, 207.

Niger, travels to explore the, 34–Further particulars, 266,
Ing. the Rev. Mr. the fashionable preacher, 289. Mamnioth, skeleton of, found in Essex, 406.

Night musings, by Leigh Waldegrave, 36.
E, Washington, memoir of, and the Editor's remarks, Mankind, proof of the depravity of, 55.-Man (verses) 290. Night in Paris, from the French, 133.
B; -An early work of, 386.
Mansfeldt, Gustavus, a story, 237, 250.

Nightshade, the Vale of,” a tale, 109.
It is cot store of gay attire,” by G. 368.
Manufactures, commerce, and agriculture, 405.

North-west expedition-see Polar.
kartule, biographical notice of, 428.
Manuscripts, renovation of, 131.

Northern circuit, sketches of Counsellors, Judges, &c. 17.
163-raut, temple of, 310.
Marble ponds of Persia, 42.

Norway, natural history of, 361.
K.
“ Marian," by G. 384.

“ Not mine the harp of Marathon," 264.
alecoscope, flattering note to the Editor of, 252. Marine Humane Society of Liverpool, 312.

November," by Jemima, 180.
mar, Vr. in the early part of his career, 119.
Market, unlucky trip to, 20.

Nuisances, chandler's, &c. remedy for, 24.
epla, the astronomer, notice of, 127.-Kazia, lines to, 12. Marshall, Earl, of England, duties of, 95.

Nuts, large cluster of, 167.
Ala, Sc. interesting notice of, 190.
Maria, lines to, 92.-Marriage, lines on, 156.

0.
Eg, Lords, and Commons, compliments of the season to, Mary, lines to, by G. 92.-Maskers' (the) song, 368.

"O think not of me, love," 300.
2).-King, singular mode of choosing, 55.
Maternal love, by Nathan, 161.

Oak tree, immense, 43—0ak tree, old, verses on, 230.
forsley, described by Derrick, 395.
Matrimonial sang froid, 435.

Offer.ces, capital, letter on, 201.
fotzebue's voyage, 380.

Matrimony, original letter on, 17—274New view of, 435. Ogilvie, Mary, 417, 426, 431, 438.
Maxims, 267, 274.

Oil, vegetable, the best for burning, 244,
abour, division of, 364.

Meat, animal, tainted, 159—Flesh, mode of salting, 283. Old Maids' Lament (verses) 132.
ady, to one abo sill understand it, 804 Lines to, on Mechanical prodigy, 207, 234.

Oldstyle, Jonathan, letter of, 386.
her marriage, 852

Mechanics, reflections on, 178–Mechanics and Appren. Omens, enumeration of some popular, 234.
ake and glacier of Bagne, 125.
tices' Library of Liverpool-see Apprentices.

Onions, cultivation of, 21.–Opium, English, 43.
amp, automaton, with engraving, 257.
Melancholy musings, by G. 68.

Orchestre, musical, immense, 107.
anguages, study of-see Literature, and Classical, Memory, extraordinary, 62.

Organ, at York Minster, 21-At Haarlem, 107.
Boleros, used in manquvring, by the Chinese, 214. Men and ManxERS (a general head.)-Mermaids, 130. Orthographical curiosities, 3, 45, 144, 183, 183, 275, 319,
anno, ne, 158.-Law, enormous expenses of, 405. Meteors-Scc Atmospherical.
& Fyers, profusion of, in England, good remark on, 27– Meteorological society proposed, 199—Annual table, 303. Otaheite, accounts from, 379.
An example for, 235.
Meteorolites, fall of, 242, 347.

Ourika, an interesting story, 411, 414, 426, 433.
ep rear, explanation of, 257, 276.

Mexican curiosities—see Bullock, Mr.-Mnemonics, 412. Owls, American mode of taking, 244.
tad languages, importance of, 1030€ also Classical, Mice trained to turn machinery, 42, 147–Preservation of

P.
Polite Literature, and Education.
grain from, 83.

Pacific and Atlantic, junction of sec Darien.
bed men, imprisooment of, 208, 249.

MICRO.COSMOGRAPHIE ; or a PIECE of the WORLD Painters, anecdotes of, 55-Whimsical quiz on, 136.
the wooded, a good story, 177.

DISCOVERED, in ESSAYES and CHARACTERS.- Painting, a forcible, 435.
Bars, whirnsical superscription of, 62, 851.

O Under this head, in the Kalcidoscope, has been re- Pall-mall gambling-house, view of the interior of, 225.
brua's park, 288.

published the whole of a very clever and quaint work Palmer, Mr. the actor, Mr. Roscoe's lines on the death of,
15.72y, from L'Hermite en Prison, 252.

of Bishop Earle, originally printed upwards of a century 360.–Pamphlets and sordid views, 157.
By, lines on, 188.

and a half ago. It consists of 276 pages, or 78 chapters, Panama-see Darien and Indies.-Paper currency, 142.
177, public, recommended, 305.

the first portion of which appeared in the Ruleidoscope, Parables or apologues, 301.
Brites in favour of and against, 12.

page 11, and the remainder was given in weekly portions, Paradise, different notions ef, 179.
matt, instantaneous, and engraving, 302, 320.

the conclusion of which appeared in the last number of Paraguay, notice of a tribe inhabiting, 179.
ging Locdon streets, a modern invention, 183.
the volume, page 412.

Parody, “ To wed, or not to wed," 325.
mirg, preservation from, 43.-Direction of, 215. Microscope, interesting notice of, 258.

Parry, Captain, and the North-west Passage, 137, 148,
ights in etureb-Fards, woods, &c. 154, 168, 168, 200.- Milk, how to preserve, 435.

153, 154, 252-Memoir of, 218-Extracts from the last
Rediving, by whom invented, 259.
Mina, General, memoir ot, 263.

voyage of, 338, 338, 361, 370-sce Polar,
iwe-Fatet, preparation of, 59.
Mines, fire-damp in, low to obviate, 163.

Patents, monthly list of, 197_and the first Tuesday in
istening, on the art of, from the Italian, 852.
Mineralogy, study of, recommended, 216.

each month afterwards.
iterature. polite, criticism, &c. dessertations on, 13, 18, Miut, English, 179.

Patient, singular case of a, 259._Patriot, genuine, 183.
35. 31. 54, 112, 65, 73, 84, 103, 117, 117, 138, 188, 146, Miracle, whimsical, 115-Sce Hohenlohe-Another, 811. Patronage, disinterested, 57.
166, 167, 343, 392see Homo and Education.
Miraculous clock, 191, 192, 200, 276, 276.

Pawnbrokers, from the French, 322.- Pays Latin (le) 210,
Laryny,207.
Misnomers, 64-Whimsical lines on, 231.

Peas, green, in winter, 190.--Pedestrianism, 406.
le Jets, notice of, 236.
Mole hunts the worm under ground, 167.

Peval code, letter on, 201.
te sings are best, 172.
Money, considerations on, 422.

Pendulum clock, first suggestion of, 223.
se bird, 44.

Moon, superstitions respecting, 203-Alleged discoveries Penmanship, minute or extraordinary, 19, 206.
resool exhibition of the works of living artists, &c. in, 331.--Moonlight, phenomena of, 155.

Perkins's steam-engine, with an engraving, 9, 87, 129,
, 98, 99, 108, 110, 110—and casts of Grecian mar. Morilla Calder, 371.

182, 356-scc also Steam.
1-of the old masters, 82, 82, 82, 95, 95, 95.- Morning Chronicle, some particulars respecting, 66. Persepolis, ancient, curious inscription at, 70.
Aretices and mechanics' library-see Apprentices. Morocco Emperor's sons, education of, 400.

Perspiration, relief by, 167.-Petritactions, singular, 27, 38
rod in 1923, a prophetic letter, 88.–Fancy ball and Mosses’ (Mr.) picture of the Deluge, lines on, 77. Phenomena, natural, 38, 331, 347-Essay on, 154, 168.
E 1,120.- Marine Humane Society, 312.- Festival, Motion, perpetual, pretended, 167.

Philosophy, from the German, 43.
Fu, 112.-Fancy ball, minute description of, 121. Mount Rosa, immense height of, 167.

Phrenological phenomenon, 291.
Loung men of, vindicated, 127.-Literary and Philo- Mozart, pleasing anecdote of, 62.

Pianoforte, advice to the players of the, 369, 399, 408, 419.
ca Society, verses to, 188.-Royal Institution, an- Mummy, Egyptian, and engraving, 242, 309, 319. Picture-dealers, letters on, 79, 127.
kaddress of the President of, 292.-Described by Murder, singular discovery of a, 178–Reflections on, 299. Pigeon, flying, establishments, at Leige, 77.
Dik,:58, 369.
Museum, British, contains 125,000 volumes, 244.

Pins, improved manufacture of, 42.
17. theatrical performances, 4, 16, 16, 20, 24, 193, Music at Evening (verses) 376.

Pitcairn's island, recent accounts of, 190.
Wicletter of Bombastes to the Council of Ten, 205 Music, state of, in Germany, 364.

Placards, indecent, 96, 199, 199.
Dramatic.

Musical juvenile prodigy, 13-Celebration of Handel, at Plague, the cautions respecting, 364.
Rock, and engraving, 424.

Westminster, 107-Bonne Bouche, by Haydn, with an Plated goods, mode of cleaning, 343.
Fac sistem of music, 207.

engraving, 107-Anecdotes, 107-Notes, “ Fa sol," Platina wire ignited by hydrogen, 215, 320.
27:15, 13, 19, 78, 135, 163, 267, 403.

&c. curious particulars respecting, 115-Phenomenon, Ploughing match (or boon ploughing) 68.
in days of yore, 70.

215, 251, 300_Expression, &c. Editorial and other re. Pluns, raw, unwholesome, 195.
na an, a series of papers under the title of the, 145. marks on, 280, 294–Pieces, with musical types, 248, Pneumatic apparatus, 378.- Poet's Study, by G. 204.
This is Love," by Thomas Moore, 172.
265, 280, 435.

POETRY (original and select) in every number.
War, or the Miner, 86_Love, early (versek) 132 Musicus Ventusorum, with an engraving, 37.

Poison of the adder, antidote to, 93.
55, 231, 260, 271, 288.- Tragical story, 887– Mutability of human affairs, 819.

Poison, how to remove from the stomach, 182.
#lionow, 444.
Mystery, whimsical, tale of, 163.

Polar expedition, 1, 22, 77, 137, 148, 15-4

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