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Absence of mind, 139.

-,Tribute to the memory of, 524. Expedition, northern, 17). James IV. anecdoté of, 105.
Sbstinence, on, 747.
Caucasus, mountains of, 354.

- to the interior of the James II. Memoirs of, 529.
Accidents and offences, 598. Cavern of Ataruipe, 628.

globe, 379.

James 1. character of, 643.
Adam's Peak described, 645. Cemetery of Pere la Chaise, 482. Experiments, useful, 69.

Jefferson, President, letter of, 166.
Addison's imitations, 569. Ceylon, account of, 607, 624,645. Fair at Frankfort, 395.

Jew's leap, 13; salutations of, 43.
Adventure, interesting, 115. Charles I, proclamation of, 679. FAMILY TRUNK, the, 73, 91, 123, Joan of Acre, account of, 378.
Aeronautic Excursions, 489, 650. Chatham, letters of, 263.

156, 203, 251, 411.

Kadu, account of, 707.
Africa, discoveries in, 28. Cherry, Andrew, anecdotes of, 660. Faria, Abbé, life of, 398.

Kean, Mr. American Critiques on,
tours in, 754,771,783, 803. Chess-player, automaton, 132, 146. Feast of the ass, account of, 787. 45, 78. in America, 62.
Agricultural distresses, on, 873. Chimney-sweepers,cruelties to,235. Fielding, anecdotes of, 561. Keats, John, elegy on, 751.
Agnirre, atrocities of, 576. Christmas in Naples,account of,517. Fine Arts, 14, 44, 77, 94, 125, Kenilworth, original story 61, 57).
American manners, 655, 667, 681. Christ's Hospital, history of, 671. 141, 158, 190, 221, 254, 269,

-festivities at, 137,469.
Anecdote, affecting, 452.
Circassian women, account of, 355. 285, 302, 333, 349, 364, 381,

drama of, 159.
Apothecaries' Act, remarks on, 512. Clare, John, account of, 623. 413, 430, 446, 619, 762, 811. King's evil, touching for the, 403.
Arabian Literature, 747.

Remarks on, 665.

, Poussin on the, 147. Köerner, account of, 419.
Arabs, description of the, 179. Clerical dancing, on, 9.

anecdotes of the, 231.
Architecture, Eng., progress of, 756. Clergy, ignorance of the, 787.

in America, 741. Ladies, on the, 747.
Roman, 790.
Coals, artificial, 43.

Flowers on graves, on, 292. Language, origin of English, 28.
Arctic Expedition, 306.
Cobbett on female beauty, 72.
Forest on fire, 725.

Lent diet, on, 251.
Land Expedition, 730,810. - Character of, 227.

Forever, 715.

Life, 521, 536, 566, 601, 696.
Ashantee oratory, 784.

Coin, ancient, described, 267. FOREIGN LITERATURE, 42, 89, LITERATURE AND SCIENCE; no-
Ark, fragment of the, 356.

Coinage, history of the, 210, 232, 143, 167, 185, 202, 217, 820. velties in,-will be found amply
Arts and sciences in Prance, 42. 245, 297, 327.

Frederick the great, anecdotes of39. registered at the end of every
Ass, the, defended, 411.

Coincidences, literary, 597. Freebootcr extraordinary, 329. number.
-, Wild, account of thé, 630. Cold, severity of, 344.

French and English, contrasted, Literary premium, 26.
Assassins, sect of the, 442. Conscience, tragedy of, 126.

186.

squabble, 76.
Atkinson, Joseph, account of, 658. Cook's Folly, 616.

French flattery, 604.

LONDINIANA, 220, 237, 267.
Author, musings of an, 750. Coomassie described, 785.

advertisement, 648. Lord Mayor's Show, 715.
Balls for cbildren, 13.
Cormac, account of, 670.

Cruelties of the, 664. Louvre, description of the, 153.
Bar, anecdotes of the, 149. Cornwall's, Barry, plagiarisms, 284. Freycinet's voyage, 89, 107. Love tale, a, 793.
Bamewall, A., account of, 659. Coronation sermon of George III., Gamala, account of, 743. Macdonal of Glengary, anecdotes
Bartholomew Fair, account of, 580. 423.

Genius, anecdotes of, 265.

of, 496.
Barrett, Captain, memoir of, 659.

claims, 439.
Genoa, account of, 502.

Macpherson's lament, 651.
Bany, Jas., anecdote of, 659.

the, 443, 463, 487. Gentleman's Mag., hist. of 243. Madeira, account of, 591, 610.
Battas, account of the, 519.

--- anecdote, 505.

Gentle Shepherd, anecdote of, 405. Maddison, Pres., anecdotes of,529.
BEE, then-See the last leaf of Corrosive sublimate, test for, 735. George III. early character of, 228 Madras described, 543.
every number.
Corunna, battle of, 449.

-, letter of, 279.

Mahratta camp, account of, 544.
Beneficence, Anecdotes of, 551. Cosmo, Duke, travels of, 385,405, Geraza, account of, 742.

Malay Annals, 804.
Bermuda, caves of, 528.

437.
German students, 454.

Malmaison described, 298.
Bergami, letters of, 167, 202. Cossacks; anecdotes of, 120. Ghost of Fadon, a ballad, 131. Malt, how to judge of, 3.
Bible, translation of, 122.
Criticism, French, 301.

Glass manufacture, history of 719. Maraboots, customs of the, 177.
Biblical literature, history of, 767. Cromwell, Oliver, life of, 337,358. Goldsmith defended, 552. Marian, a sketch, 425.
Bibliographical anecdotes, 497. Cross readings, 632.

Government clerks defended, 693. Marino Faliero, tragedy of, 270.
Birds, music of, 291.
Culinary curiosities, 595.

Graham, poétical character of, 789. Marriage State, opinion on the, 170
Biscuit-baking, process of, 5. Damon & Pythias, a tragedy, 350. Grierson, Constantia, memoirs of,

observation on, 698.
Blackwood's Magazine, blunders Dandecker, the sculptor, an ac- 675.

Marocco, account of, 771.
in, 505.

count of, 373, 395.

Hampden, Clarendon's character Mathews at Home, 175.
Blood's, Col, attempt to steal the Darmstadt, court of, described, 393, of, 683.

Medal, ancient, 823.
crown, 435.

Davy, Sir H., speech of, 26. Hampton Court described, 436. • Media res,' 301.
Boiled cotton-spinners, 9.
Deaths, remarkable, 474.
Happiness, on, 109, 553.

MEDITATOR, THE, 702, 727, 742,
Boleyn, Anne, life of, 163.
Decisi, institution of the, 330. Havanna, customs at, 162.

758, 774, 791, 807.
Bonaparte, life of, 426.

Deluge, new theory of the, 746. Henry VIII and Francis, meeting Mendicity, anecdotes of, 741.
anecdotes of, 442, 466. Discovery, extraordinary, 361. of, 163 ; letters of, 164.

Merlin's Cave, a poem, 586.
- Joseph, account of, 657. Dissenting ministers, portraits of, Highlanders, anecdotes of, 10, 97, Metrical prose, essay on, 503, 568.
Botanic Gardens at Kew, 252. 205, 236, 285.

155.

Mercier, anecdote of, 374.
Boyle, Mr., account of, 404. Divine, character of a, 173. Historical illustrations, 363. Mexican revolution, 276.
Boyne, battle of the, 530.
Don John, opera of, 127.

Hofer, Andrew, life of, 20. Michael Angelo, anecdote of, 409.
Brazil snakes described, 8. DRAMA, they will be found amply Hone, Mr. anecdoté of, 406. Mina, Gen., death of, 276.
Brewing, process of, 4.
treated of, in every number, and Hops, how to judge of, 4.

Mine of Wiliezka, 731.
British empire, the, 634.

is best referred to by the dates. Horticulture, rise and progress of, Miracles, Popish, 203.
Buenos Ayres, description of, 100. Duel, singular, 281.

314, 346.

Mirandola, tragedy of, 30.
Burke, Mr, anecdote of, 656. Duelling on, 124.

Hortus Siccus, to prepare, 612. Missionary fund, proposals for, 331.
Burial service, on the, 139. Earth-eaters, on the, 629.

Hospitality, anecdotes of, 149. Modern poets, 504,
Burmħam empire, account of the, Echelles of Savoy described, 481. Hot-cross-buns, origin of, 251. Modes of expression, 477.
511, 533, 547.

Editor, W. B. L.'s letter to, 266. Hudibrastic quotation, 473. Monasteries, Greek, described, 341,
Buruia, defence of, 406.

Edridge, H, memoirs Of, 475, Human life, probabilities of, 649. Montalto, tragedy of, 30.
song by, 407.

Edward's shovel boards, 750. Ilium and the Troic plain, 322. Monte Video described, 101.
Burying in churches, origin of, 666. Egotism, on, 537.

Impostors, on, 735.

Monumental trophy, remarks oh,
Byron, Lord, on asserted plagia- Elephant, anecdotes of the, 543. Inchbald, Mrs. life of, 553.

364, 411.
risms of, 217, 250.
Eloquence, Indian, 172.
Indian Parson, 627.

Morzouk, description of, 196.
his defence, 799.
Entertainment of Q. Elizabeth, 118. Infant sovereign, an, 570.

Moscow, account of, 465.
Calvary, on the scite of, 722. Epistle, elegant, 553.

Iắnovations in English language, Murat's court, 282.
Canada, on emigration to, 516, 703. Epitaphs, 122, 171.

700.

character of, 518.
Canadian doctor and patient, 723. / Erie, Lake, described, 723. Inns of Court, origin of, 220, 237, Museum, British, defended, 167.
Capacity and genius, on; 225. Errors, vulgar, 569.

267

Musk ox described, 274, 599.
Cape of Good Hope, account of,370. Escape, miraculouse, 822. Inquisition at Lisbon, 760. National education, 714.

Original letter from, 581. Esquimaux described, 342. Integrity, commercial, 172. Nazareth, account of, 721.
Carbonari, account of,283,311,329. Europé, prophetic remarks on, 187. Italy described, 388.

Neapolitans, character of, 480,517.
Laws of the, 311. Everybody, an account of, 280. Italian preachers, 389, 583. New Orleans, battle of, 547.
Cards, ongini of, 173.
Exercise, on, 738.

theatre, 409.

Newsman, the, a sketch, 235.

Caroli

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New York, account of, 740.

parliament, account of,695. Ballantyne's Novelist's Library, 560 Hints for teaching Music, 346.
Niger, conjectures on the, 803. Scotsmen, lives of eminent, 405, Burtou's Speech, 817.

Holderness's Notes on the Tartars,
Nobody, adventures of, 219.

642, 789.
Banim's Celt's Paradise, 657.

467.
Non-conformists, anecdotes of, 598. Scott, Sir Walter, description of Barton's Day in Autumn, 57. Howison's Sketches of Upper Ca-
North-west passage, on the, 309, the Coronation by, 487. Baronetage Chart, 422.

nada, 703, 723, 739.
324, 343.

-, critique on, 623, 630. Bayley's History of the Tower, 433. Humboldt's Narrative, 450, 627.
Nun, history of a, 135.
Sea lions, account of, 690.

Beauties of Mozart, &c., 647. Hutton's, C, Tour of Africa, 754,

O, on the letter, 170.

Servants, on, 729.

Benger's, Miss, Life of Anne Bo-

771.

Ontario, Lake, described, 704. Shakespeare's plays, prices of, 499. leyne, 163.

W., Voyage to Africa, 783,
OriginAL CRITICISMS on principal

conjecture on, 806. Bicknell's Modern Church, 548. 802.
dramatic performers, 11, 62, 75, Shilling, etymology of, 234. Bigland's Spelling Book, 122. Ibbetson on preventing forgery, 215

109, 140, 188, 205, 235, 316. Shipwreck, anecdotes of, 359. Blacker's War in India, 401. Italy in the 19th century, 479,

Ourselves, 678.

Slave trade, on the, 213

Blacow's Sermon, 41.

501, 517.

Oxford avecdotes, 649.

Smith, Sir Syd., translation by,217. Bowles's, Rev. W., Letter to Lord Jackson's Fall of the Crescent, 199,

Owhyee, court of, 688.

Smollett, Sir W. Scott on, 562. Byron, 289.

Brandenburgh House, 545.

Oysters, natural bistory of, 787. Society of arts, rewards of the, 348. Bowring's Russian Poets, 103, 115. Jacobson's Tobias, 453.
Paintings in churches, 108. Somebody, petition of, 203.

Commerce, 345.

James's Poems, 184.
public churches, 169. Snakes, Ceylonese, 607.

Brady's Guznian d'Alfarache, 677. James II., Memoirs of, 529.
Pancras New Church, 632. Spanish Literature, 594.

Bucke's Harmonies of Nature, 290. Jameson's Universal Science, 145.
Paris, history of, 81; description of, Spiders, webs of, 145.

Buckingham's Palestine, 720, 742.

Gram.of Geography, 234
373 ; statistics of, 633.
Spring, pleasures of, 332.
Byron's, Ld. Letter to Bowles, 193.

Mrs., Stories, 234.
Parish feasting, on, 793, 808. Sprice beer, how made, 4.

Marino Faliero, 257. Jennings's Grammar, 314,
Pastime, anecdotes of, 725. St. Sebastian, church of, 134.

Don Juan, 495, 515. Johnstone's Memoirs of the Rebel-

Periodicals, modern, 775.

St. Pierre, anecdote of, 441.

Sardanapalus, 799. lion, 65, 84, 105.

Perry, Mr., memoir of, 794. Submarine engine, 585.

Two Foscari, 815. Jones's Lorin, 417.

Persian baths, 354.

Surgeons, ancient, 796.

Calthorpe, a Nuvel, 820.

Journal of an Officer, 113.

dinuer described, 392. Table d'hote, in the Bench, 295.

French Translation, 579. Junius Discovered, 771.

palace, 501.

at Baden, 420. Canada, Plan for Settling in, 516. Kelly's De Renzey, 345.

Pharisees, ancient and modern, 616 | Talneir, fort of, stormed, 401. Carbonari, Memoirs of, 310, 329. Kenilworth, a Romance, 33, 57.
Pictures, persons, and things, 475. Tarantula, on bite of, 282. Carey's Poems, 481.

Kotzebue's Voyage, 687, 707.

Pitt, Mr., memoirs of, 262, 278, 293 Tartar Customs, 467.

Clare's Poems, 623.

Laneham's Letter, 136.

Plagiarism, un, 331.

Taverns, on, 680.

Cochrane's Exiles of Damascus,536 Laskey on the Elgin Marbles, 166.

Platoff, hospitality of Count, 354. Thérèse, drama of, 95.

Commodus, a Tragedy, 41. Laurent's Tour in Greece, 321,339.

Poem, singular, 77.

Theseus, temple of, 323.

Cook's Oracle, the, 661.

Lawson's Orient Harping, 23.

Poetical Portraits, 169, 601. Thessalian Martyrs, 647.

Coronation Claims, 439.

Woman in India, 378.

coincidences, 425.

Tibbs, Mr., a farce, 159.

Cornwall's, Barry, Mirandola, 17. Legend of Argyle, 470.

POETRY, ORIGINAL, 13, 29, 43, 63, Timbuctoo, description of, 198. Cosmo, Duke of Tuscany's, Tra- Letter to Mr. Elliston, 314.

77, 93, 110, 125, 140, 157, 173, Tower, history of the, 433.

vels, 385, 402, 436.

Letter on Scottish Novels, 559.

189, 205, 221, 238, 254, 287,301, Inscriptions in the, 435. Cossacks, Portraits of the, 120.

to Agriculturalists, 678.
317,332, 348, 363, 380, 398, 413, Trappists, account of tbe, 483. Cox's Burmhan Empire, 511, 533, Letters from the Havana, 161.
429,440,460, 476,491,507,524, Trees, national love of, 290.

549.

Lewis's Grammar, 422.
539,556, 604,619,634,651, 667, Trials, superstitious, 123, 156. Craven's, Hon. K., Tour in Naples, Leyden's Malay Annals, 804.
683,701,716,731,748,761,780, Tripoli described, 177.

280.

Lilian Bride, the, 165.

796, 811.

Tulip madness, the, 585.

Cromwell's Life, 338, 358.

Lloyd's Poetical Essays, 575.

Poisons and antidotes, 146. Turkish church-yard at Scio, 322. Curiosities for the Ingenious, 563. Lovers and Friends, a Novel, 149.

Polar bear described, 599.

Twelfth day customs, 10.

Davis's Olio of Bibliography, 497. Lovekin's Mental Calculator, 234.

Pompeii described, 112.
Tyrolese bravery, 22.

Journey of a Bibliomaniac, Luccock's Notes on Rio Janeiro, 6
Pope, Mr., controversy respecting Tytler's History, blunder in, 616. ib.

Lyon's Africa, 177, 196, 212.
the morality of, 194, 289. Undine, drama of, 271.

Davy's Ceylon, 607, 625, 645. Lyre of St. Crispin, 216.
Pope, description of the, 135. Vardarelli band described, 280. Demont's Journal, 68.

Mackenzie's Hist. of Scotland, 694.
Population, theories of, 49. Viper, West Indian, 667.

Dialogie in the Shades, 377. Madeira, History of, 591, 610.

Poussin, life of, 147.

Voltaire, life of, 38.

Dibdin's Bibliographical Tour, 572. M‘Diarmid's Scrap Book, 87.

Praise of poesy, 634.

War in India, account of, 402. Elizabeth's, Queen, Progresses, 418. Memoirs of Mrs. Dyott, 166.

Preacher, character of ayoung, 172. Watchman's song, 420.

Elmes's Architecture, 756.

Mendicity Society Reports, 741.
Prices, ancient and modern, 363, Waterloo, battle of, 114.

Endless Amusement, 69.

M‘Dermot's Letter, 807.

Prison discipline, on, 639.

Welsh in 15th century, 594. Evils of Education, 409.

Milhouse's Poems, 396.

Public, character of the, 249.

· language, 42; poetry, 443. | Expedience, a Satire, 593.

Milman's Poems, 230.

letter to the, 299.

Wellington, Duke, entry into Ma- Fall of Angels, a Poem, 284. Moffatt's Poems, 531.

Pulpit, anecdotes of, 421.

drid, 113.

Favourite of Nature, a Novel, 201. Moore's Sheridan, 209.

Quackery, 72.

West India Society, picture of, 161. | Female Biography, 165,

Irish Melodies, 705.

Queen's visit to Tunis, 68.

Winckelmann, death of, 321. Fidelia, a Tale, 486.

Morgan's, Lady, Italy, 387, 407.

Quotations, popular, 538.

Wines, receipts for making, 2. Fisher's Journal, 273.

Murray's Spelling Book, 581.

Rank, origin of pride of, 761. Women, services of, 27.

Gardener's Original Tales, 887. Mushet's Tables, 458.

Rebellion of 1745, acc. of 65, 84. - opinions respecting, 156. Gascoigne's Princely Pleasures, Mystery, the, a Novel, 82.

Reynolds, Sir J. pictures of, 335. Wordsworth, Mr., parody on, 486. 469.

Narrative of a Soldier, 449.

Reprehension, 638.

Writers, ancient and modern, 397. Gentleman's Magazine, Index to National Debt, Letter on the, 345.

Review extraordinary, 106. Writing, progress of, 767.

the, 243.

Neele's Poems, 40.

Rhyme, essay on, 458.

Gent's Poems, 8.

North Georgia Gazette, 325.
Riding the Stang, custom of, 777, REVIEW OF BOOKS. Gillespie's Sermon, 182.

Notes on Cape of good Hope, 369.
792, 809.

Accum on Adulterations, 1. Godwin on Population, 49. Note-Book, a Satire, 375.
Roach, Sir Boyle, anecdotes of, 675.

Brewing, ib.
Gordon, a Poem, 676.

Observations on Mr. Brougham's
Rome, nobility of, 136.
Making Bread, ib. Gossip, the, 806.

Bill, 89.
Romans, amusements of the, 456; Annals of the Parish, 318. Gower's Poems, 578.

on Gov. Clerks, 693.
wealth of, 564.

Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Graham's Life of Poussin, 146. Pampbleteer, 440.

Royal family, hist. of, 97, 119, 133 Life, 737.

Gray's Supplement, 611,

Paramythia, 710.

-, lineal descent of, 99. Automaton Chess-player, on, 132. Grece's Canada, 516.

Parry's Voyage of Discovery, 305,
Russian prisons, account of, 641. Autumn near the Rhine, 393, 419, Halliday's House of Guelph, 97, 324, 342.
Russians, characters of the, 485. 456.

118, 133.

Patenotre’s French Verbs, 807.
Sans Souci, description of, 539. Baillie's, Johanna, Metrical Le- Hall's Life of Hofer, 20.

Peerage Chart, 422.

Schiller's poem, 394, 455.

gends, 129.

Hamilton's Garden of Florence, 736 Pellatt on Glass Manufactures,719.

Scolds, punishment of, 473. Bailey's Poems, 148.

Hazlitt's Table Talk, 225, 248. Percy Anecdotes, 23, 149, 295,359,
Scottish customs, 124.
Ball's Revenge of Taran, 723. High Birth, a Satire, 234,

421, 472,551, 579, 663, 725, 879

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1200. pp. 160. Lonnovelty in Literature, Philosophy, the that the LITERARY CHRONICLE wilt go don, 1821. Fine and Useful Arts, Biography, the on improving in its conteats, and in it will be in the recollection of all our Drama, &c. and to insert Original diffusing itself still pore extensively readers, that, about twelve months ago, Commumcations on all subjects that every succeeding sear. The LITERARY Mr. Accum, who has the reputation of might be conducive to the happiness CHRONICLE, like all other works, must a skilful analyser, published a work of the improveinent of its readers. depend on tine and exertion for its which, if it did not, as Dr. Prolix says,

How far this promise has been kept, improvement, and though we will not, occasion a great laugh at the time,' we might proudly appeal to the Index like a monthly contemporury, tell our certainly excited considerable interest. of the last volume, and then leave our readers, by, noticipation, the very titles This was a • Treatise on Adulterations readers to determire. The Review de of the articles for the next twelve of Food and Culinary Poisons,' in partment contains nearly two handred mouths, we can assure them that we which he, to the great terror of alt epiflew works, including every expesisive have made new arrangements of con- cures and hypochondriacs, declared and valuable production of the year, siderable importance.

that almost every article that we eat or and with which our readers were iin- To those friends whose cotorbunica- drink is poisonous. In vaio did we mediately wade acquainted. We have tions form a valuable part of our work, quit our wine or our brandy, and take icore than once stated that the • LITE- we return our most sincete and grate to entire butt beer,' for we were inBAKY CHRONICLE's a Review of Books, fut thanks, as well as to the Public ge- stantly told that it was “ heteros hut not a Boukseller's Review.' The nerally. With the commencement of gedeous mixture, composed of all the distinction is of much more import-a new Volume, we hope materially to waste and spoiled beer of the publicans, soce than it may at first scem, for the increase our subscribers; since the the bottonis of the butts, the leavone is free and opfettered, while the LITERARY CHRONICLE presents one ings of the pots,--the drippings of the other must sacrifice its independence advantage over every other journal, viz. machines for drawing the bear,--the for proof sheets and anticipatory in that euch Volume is in itself complete. VOL. III.

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