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Absence of mind, 139.
James IV. anecdote of, 105.
- to the interior of the | James II. Memoirs of, 529.
James 1. character of, 643.
Jefferson, President, letter of, 166
Jew's leap, 13; salutations of, 43.
156, 203, 251, 411.
Kadu, account of, 707.
Kean, Mr. American Critiques on,
Christmas in Naples, account of,517. FINE ARTS, 14, 44, 77, 94, 125, | Kenilworth, original story 61, 571.
- festivities at, 137, 469.
drama of, 159.
413, 430, 446, 619, 762, 811. King's evil, touching for the, 403.
---, Poussin on the, 147. Köerner, account of, 419.
, anecdotes of the, 231.
song by, ib.
in America, 741. Ladies, on the, 747.
Flowers on graves, on, 292. Language, origin of English, 28.
Lent diet, on, 251.
Character of, 227.
Life, 521, 536, 566, 601, 696.
Coin, ancient, described, 267. FOREIGN LITERATURE, 42, 89, LITERATURE AND SCIENCE; no.
Coinage, history of the, 210, 232, 143, 167, 185, 202, 217, 820. velties in, will be found amply
Frederick the great, anecdotes of39. registered at the end of every
Coincidences, literary, 597. Freebooter extraordinary, 329. number.
French and English, contrasted, Literary premium, 26.
French flattery, 604.
LONDINIANA, 220, 237, 267.
- advertisement, 648. Lord Mayor's Show, 715.
Cruelties of the, 664. Louvre, description of the, 153.
Cornwall's, Barry, plagiarisms, 284. Freycinet's voyage, 89, 107. Love tale, a, 793.
Macdonal of Glengary, anecdotes
Genius, anecdotes of, 265.
-- claims, 439.
Macpherson's lament, 651.
-, the, 443, 463, 487. Gentleman's Mag., hist. of 243. Madeira, account of, 591, 610.
Gentle Shepherd, anecdote of, 405. | Maddison, Presi, anecdotes of,529.
_ , letter of, 279. Mahratta camp, account of, 544.
Malay Annals, 804.
Malmaison described, 298.
Glass manufacture, history of 719. Maraboots, customs of the, 177.
Marian, a sketch, 425.
Government clerks defended, 693. Marino Faliero, tragedy of, 270.
Graham, poetical character of, 789. Marriage State, opinion on the, 170
Marocco, account of, 771.
count of, 373, 395.
Hampden, Clarendon's character Mathew's at Home, 175.
Medal, ancient, 823.
Davy, Sir H., speech of, 26. Hampton Court described, 436. Media res,' 301.
MEDITATOR, THE, 702, 727, 742,
758, 774, 791, 807.
Deluge, new theory of the, 746. Henry VIII and Francis, meeting Mendicity, anecdotes of, 741.
Merlin's Cave, a poem, 586.
Mercier, anecdote of, 374.
Hofer, Andrew, life of, 20. Michael Angelo, anecdote of, 409.
treated of, in every number, and Hops, how to judge of, 4. Mine of Wiliezka, 731.
is best referred to by the dates. Horticulture, rise and progress of, Miracles, Popish, 203.
Mirandola, tragedy of, 30.
Hortus Siccus, to prepare, 612. Missionary fund, proposals for, 331.
Hospitality, anecdotes of, 149. Modern poets, 504.
Editor, W. B. L.'s letter to, 266. Hudibrastic quotation; 473. Monasteries, Greek, described, 341,
Edridge, H , memoirs of, 475. Human life, probabilities of, 649. Montalto, tragedy of, 30.
Edward's shovel boards, 750. Ilium and the Troic plain, 322. Monte Video described, 101.
Impostors, on, 735.
Monumental trophy, remarks on,
Morzouk, description of, 196.
Moscow, account of, 465.
Innovations in English language, Murat's court, 282.
5, character of, 518.
Musk ox described, 274, 599.
Inquisition at Lisbon, 760. National education, 714.
Neapolitans, character of, 480, 517.
Newsman, the, a sketch, 235.
New York, account of, 740.
parliament, account of,695. Ballantyne's Novelist's Library, 560 Hints for teaching Music, 346.
Holderness's Notes on the Tartars,
Banim's Celt's Paradise, 657.
Baronetage Chart, 422.
nada, 703, 723, 739.
- , critique on, 623, 630. Bayley's History of the Tower, 433. Humboldt's Narrative, 450, 627.
Beauties of Mozart, &c., 647. Hutton's, C, Tour of Africa, 754,
Ontario, Lake, described, 704. Shakespeare's plays, prices of, 499. leyne, 163.
- W., Voyage to Africa, 783,
conjecture on, 806. | Bicknell's Modern Church, 548. 802.
109, 140, 188, 205, 235, 316. Shipwreck, anecdotes of, 359. Blacker's War in India, 401. Italy in the 19th century, 479,
Oxford anecdotes, 649.
Smith, Sir Syd., translation by,217. Bowles's, Rev. W., Letter to Lord Jackson's Fall of the Crescent, 199,
public churches, 169. Snakes, Ceylonese, 607.
Brady's Guznian d'Alfarache, 677. James II., Memoirs of, 529.
Bucke's Harmonies of Nature, 290. | Jameson's Universal Science, 145.
Buckingham's Palestine, 720, 742. - Gram.of Geography, 234
| Byron's, Ld. Letter to Bowles, 193. - Mrs., Stories, 234.
- Marino Faliero, 257. / Jennings's Grammar, 314,
Don Juan, 495, 515. | Johnstone's Memoirs of the Rebel-
Sardanapalus, 799. lion, 65, 84, 105.
- Two Foscari, 815. | Jones's Lorin, 417.
Pharisees, ancient and modern, 616 Talneir, fort of, stormed, 401. Carbonari, Memoirs of, 310, 329. Kenilworth, a Romance, 33, 57.
Kotzebue's Voyage, 687, 707.
189, 205, 221, 238, 254, 287,301, - Inscriptions in the, 435. Cossacks, Portraits of the, 120.
to Agriculturalists, 678.
Lewis's Grammar, 422.
Poisons and antidotes, 146.
Turkish church-yard at Scio, 322. Curiosities for the Ingenious, 563. Lovers and Friends, a Novel, 149.
Pompeii described, 112.
Journey of a Bibliomaniac, Luccock's Notes on Rio Janeiro, &
Lyon's Africa, 177, 196, 212.
Davy's Ceylon, 607, 625, 645. Lyre of St. Crispin, 216.
Mackenzie's Hist. of Scotland, 694.
Dialogie in the Shades, 377. Madeira, History of, 591, 610.
Preacher, character of a young, 172. Watchman's song, 420.
Elmes's Architecture, 756. Mendicity Society Reports, 741.
Endless Amusement, 69.
M‘Dermot's Letter, 807.
-, letter to the, 299. Wellington, Duke, entry into Ma Fall of Angels, a Poem, 284. Moffatt's Poems, 531.
Queen's visit to Tunis, 68. Winckelmann, death of, 321. Fidelia, a Tale, 486.
Morgan's, Lady, Italy, 387, 407.
Murray's Spelling Book, 581.
Gardener's Original Tales, 887. Mushet's Tables, 458.
, opinions respecting, 156. Gascoigne's Princely Pleasures, Mystery, the, a Novel, 82.
Narrative of a Soldier, 449.
Writers, ancient and modern, 397. Gentleman's Magazine, Index to National Debt, Letter on the, 345.
Riding the Stang, custom of, 777, | REVIEW OF BOOKS. Gillespie's Sermon, 182.
Notes on Cape of good Hope, 369.
Accum on Adulterations, I. Godwin on Population, 49. Note-Book, a Satire, 375.
Romans, amusements of the, 456; | Annals of the Parish, 318.
Gower's Poems, 578.
on Gov. Clerks, 693.
Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Graham's Life of Poussin, 146. Pampbleteer, 440.
Gray's Supplement, 611,
Parry's Voyage of Discovery, 305,
Sans Souci, description of, 539. Baillie's, Johanna, Metrical Le- | Hall's Life of Hofer, 20.
Peerage Chart, 422.
Hamilton's Garden of Florence, 736 Pellatt on Glass Manufactures,719.
Hazlitt's Table Talk, 225, 248. Percy Anecdotes, 23, 149, 295,359,
421, 472, 551, 579, 663, 725, 879
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