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Knowledge, 330. 716.
J.

Knowlles, Richard, his History of the

Turks,' 62. 665.
Jackall, 131. 699.

Koran, 68.
Jackson, John, professor of pugilism, Kosciusko, General, 528.709.
449. 493. 713.

Kotzebue, 458.
Jamblicus, story of his raising Eros and Koutousow, General (afterwards Prince
Anteros, 182.

of Smolensko), 708.
Jealousy, 597. 600.
Jeffrey, Francis, esq., 422. 428, 429.,448.

L.
583. 705. 720. Critical notes by, pas-
sim.

Labedoyère, 561.
Jena, battle of, 528.

Lacedemon, 26.
Jenner, Dr., 602.

· Lachin-y-gair,' 166. 401.
• Jephtha's Daughter,' 464.

Ladies, learned, 593.
Jerdan, William, esq., 579.

La Fayette, 591.
Jerningham, Mr., 437.

Lafitte, 719.
Jerome, St., 596.

La Fitte, pirate, 107.
Jerreed, 80.

La Harpe, 530.
Jersey, Countess of, 559. Consolatory

Lake Leman, 35. 37. 139. 569.
Address to, on the Prince Regent re-

Lake School of Poetry, 588. 803. Gold-
turning her picture,' 559.

smith's anticipated definition of, 804.
Jerusalem, 498. • On the day of the Lakers,' the, 446. 608. 804.
destruction of, by Titus,' 467.

Lamb, Hon. George, 422. 429.
Jesus Christ, 667. 768.

Lamb, Lady Caroline, 628.
Jews, 533. 616. 658.

Lambe, Charles, esq., 434.
Joannini, 22. 764.

Lamberti, Venetian poet, 230.
Job, 689. 739.

Lambro Canzari, Greek patriot, 85.
John Bull, his . Letter to Lord Byron,'

• LAMENT OF Tasso,' 476.
586. 608.

Lancelot of the Lake, 506.
Johnson, Dr., his · Vanity of Human

• Landed Interest,' 532.
Wishes,' 640. His opinion of blank

Landor, Walter Savage, esq., 167. 512.
verse, 439. His • Irene,' 442. His 514. 716. His • Gebir,' 514.
remark on good intentions, 518. A

Langeron, Count de, 680.
good hater, 727. His Life of Mil. Lannes, Duke of Montebello, 591.
ton,' 638. His belief in ghosts, 751.

Lansdowne (Henry Fitzmaurice Petty),
Jonson, Ben, anecdote of, 589.

fourth Marquis of, 385. 397. 429.
Joubert, General, 591.

Lanskoi, the grande passion of Cathe-
• Journal de Trévoux,' 509.

rine II. 701.
Julian the Apostate, 590.

Laocoon, the, 59. 646.
Julian, Count, A.

Laos, the river, 22.
Juliet's tomb, 530.

LARA; a Tale,' 108.
Julius Cæsar, his character, 52. 307. 687. Lascy, Major General, 687.
783. His laurel wreath, 52. 783. The

Laugier, Abbé, his character of Marino
suitor of love, 167. 628.

Faliero, 195,
Jungfrau, the, 50. 179.

Laura, 630.773.
Junius's Letters 522.

Lausanne, 39.
Junot, General, 7.

Lawsuits, 756.
Jupiter Olympius, temple of, 17. 454. Lawyers, 604.705.
Jura mountains, 37.

Lay of the Last Minstrel, 423.
Juvenal, his alleged independence, 595.

Leander and Hero, 82.
His pure and sublime morality, 595

Learned ladies, 593.

Learned languages, results of the too
K.

early study of, 50.

Lee, Harriet, her .German's Tale,' 341.
Kaff, 436.

• Legion of Honour, Lines on the Star
Kalamas, 21.

of,' 562.
Kaleidoscope, 619.

Legitimacy, 663. 697.
Kalkbrenner, his remark on Jewish Leigh, Hon. Augusta (Lord Byron's
music, 463.

sister), 34. • STANZAS to,' 470.
Kamtschatka, 458.

• EPISTLE to,' 470.
Kant, Professor, 769.

Lely, Sir Peter, drapery of his beauties,
Kean, Edward, tragedian, 196. 430.

732.
Keats, John, 716. 806. Account of, Leipsic, 458. 528.
806. Elegy on, 574.

Leman, Lake, 35. 37. 731. 742.‘SONNET
Kemble, John Philip, esq., 196. 430. to,' 565.
Kenney, James, dramatist, 430.

L'Enclos, Ninon de, 66).
Keppel, Admiral, 590.

Lenzoni, Marchioness, her rescue of the
Kibitka, 699.

bones of Boccaccio, 778.
Kings, 689. 699.

Leo X., 503.
Kinnaird, Lord, 697.

Leoben, 34.
Kinnaird, Hon. Douglas, 197. 463. 513. Leone, Port, 64.
577.

Leonidas, 648.
• Kiss of Love, First,' 383.

Leonora, Tasso's, 478, 479.
Kitchener, Dr., his remedy for sea- Leopold, Prince of Saxe Coburg (after-
sickness, 611.

wards King of the Belgians), 59.
Knight-errantry, 727.

Lepanto, Gulf of, 14. 20.
Knight, Payne, 428.

LESBIA, lines to,' 387.

Lethe, 641.
' LETTER TO THE EDITOR OP " MY

GRANDMOTHER'S REVIEW," ' 798.
Leucadia, 20. 628.
Leuctra, 31.
Levant, 22. 106.
Lewis, Matthew Gregory, esq., 190.

196. 425. 443.
Liakura, Mount, 26.
Liberty, 138. 162. 684.
Licensing act, 444.
Lies, 714.
Life, 32. 46. 55, 56. 85. 183. 265. 285.611.

627. 641. 668. 698. 718.751.
Life of a young noble, 717.
Lightning, superstitions respecting, 46.

774.
Ligne, Prince de, 680. 685. 708.
* Lines on the Death of a Young Lady,'

376. To E., 377. To D., 377. On
leaving Newstead Abbey, 377. Writ-
ten in Rousseau's Letters of an Ita-
lian Nun,' 379. On a change of mas-
ters at a great school, 383. On a dis.
tant view of the village and school
of Harrow, 386. To M., 386. To
M. S. G., 387. To Woman, 387. To
Mary, on receiving her picture, 387.
To Lesbia, 387. Addressed to a
Young Lady, 388. To Marion, 389.
To a Lady who presented to the author
a lock of hair, &c., 389. To a beauti-
ful Quaker, 397. On the death of
Mr. Fox, 399. To the sighing Stre-
phon, 400. To Eliza, 400. To Ro-
mance, 401. To a Lady who presented
the author with the velvet band which
bound her tresses, 410. To the Rev.
J. T. Becher, on his advising the all-
thor to mix more with society, 410.
To Edward Noel Long, esq., 414. To
a Lady - Oh ! had my fate,' &c., 415.
To George Earl Delawarr, 417. To
the Earl of Clare, 417. Written be
neath an elm in the churchyard of
Harrow, 418. To a vain Lady, 533. Ta
Anne, 535. To the author of a Son-
net, beginning Sad is the verse,' &c.,
535. On finding a Fan, 535. To an
Oak at Newstead, 536. On revisiting
Harrow, 537. To my Son, 537. To
a faithful Friend, 538. Inscribed upo
a cup formed from a skull, 539. To
a Lady on being asked my reason
for quitting England, 540. To Mr.
Hodgson, written on board the Lisbon
packet, 542. Written in an album at
Malta, 543. Written after swimming
from Sestos to Abydos, 545. Written
beneath a picture, 546. In the Tra-
vellers' Book at Orchomenus, 545
On parting, 547, To Dives, 548. Op
Moore's operatic farce, 548

To
Thyrza, 549. On a Cornelian heart,
which was broken, 552. To a Lady
weeping, 552. Written on a biank
leaf of the . Pleasures of Memory,' 543.
To Time, 554. On Lord Thorlos's
poems, 556. To Lord Thurlow, 556.
To Thomas Moore, on visiting Leigh
Hunt in prison, 556. Op hearing
that Lady Byron was ill, 472. To
Belshazzar, 560. On Napoleon's e-
cape from Elba, 561. To Thomas
Moore, 568. On the bust of Heles by
Canova, 568. To Thomas Moore,
569. To Mr. Murray, 509. From
Mr. Murray to Dr. Polidori, 8

To Mr. Murray, 570. On the birth- Lykanthropy, 699.

Martial, his epigrams, 595. 745. Lib. i.
day of J. W. R. Hoppner, 571. On Lyons, Gulf of, 614.

ep. I., imitated, 574.
reading that Lady Byron had been Lyttelton, George Lord, 89.

Martin, the regicide, 514.
patroness of a charity ball, 573. On

Marvell, Andrew, his lines on the exe-
my thirty-third birthday, 574. To

M.

cution of Charles I., 231.
Mr. Murray, 575. To Lady Bles-

• Mary,' 384. 589. 653. Lines to,' on
sington, 577. Inscribed, “On this
M.... LINES to, 386.

receiving her picture,' 387.
day I complete my thirty-sixth year,'
M. S. G., Lines to, 386.

Mary, Queen of Scots, 179. Her person
577.
Macassar Oil, 593.

described, 661. 703.
Lisbon, 5.

Mac Flecknoe,'origin of Dryden's, 439. Massinger, 430.
Lisbon packet, Lines written on board Machiavelli, 677.710. 776. His tomb in

Matapan, Cape, 631.
the, 542.

Santa Croce, 48.

Match-making, 745.
Liston, John, comedian, 798.
Mackintosh, Sir James, 522.

Matrimony, 720.
Literary men, marriage of, 499.

Macneil, Hector, esq., his poems, 433. Matter, 76. Bishop Berkeley's denial of
Liternum, 764.
Macpherson's Ossian, 412.

the existence of, 711.
Little's Poems, 417, 425.
Madness, 50. 646.

Matthias, Thomas James, esq., 27. His
Livadia, 764.
Madrid, 528. 706.

Pursuits of Literature,' 807. His
Liver, 629.
Mafra, 7.

edition of Gray's works, 807.
Livy, 740.

Maginn, Dr., his parody on 'Yarrow Matthews, Charles Skinner, esq., 15.
Lloyd, Charles, esq., 434. 589.

Unvisited,' 588.

Matthews, Henry, esq., 15. His Diary
Loan contractors, 719.
Magnesia, 79.

of an Invalid,' 190.
Locke, his treatise on education, 447.744. Mahomet, 628. 661. 679.

Maturin, Rev. Charles, 196.
Lockhart, J. G., esq., His · Ancient
Maid of Athens, 545.

Maurice, Rev. Thomas, his · Richmond
Spanish Ballads,' 13. His preface to • MAID OF ATHENS, ere we part,' 545. Hill,' 427
* Don Quixote,' 727. Critical Notes
Maid of Saragoza, 10.

Mauritania, 18.
by, passim.

Majorian, his visit to Carthage, 96. • MAZEPPA,' 153.
Lodi, 303.
Malice, 597.

Mecca, 25. 70. 86.
Loft, Capel, esq., 432 450.
Mallet, David, 427.

Medici, family of the, 779. Mausoleum
London, a Sunday in, 12. The Devil's Malta, 19.

of the, 48. 779.
drawing-room, 718. The approaches • Malta, Farewell to,' 548.

Medina, 25.
to, 712. Never understood by fo-

Malthus, Rev. T., his anti-nuptial sys. Meditation, 18.
reigners, 721. One superb menage- tem, 720. Does the thing 'gainst which Mediterranean, 61. A noble subject for
rie,' 721.
he writes, 721. His book the eleventh

a poem, 61.
Londonderry (Robert Stewart), second commandment, 746.

Medwin, Mr., 584.
Marquis of, 667, 678. 701. See also Malvern Hills, 166.

Megara, 46. 128.
Castlereagh.
Man, 602, 603. 640.702.

Megaspelion, monastery of, 764.
London Review, 441.
Mandeville, 424.

Meknop, General, 691.
Loneliness, 36. 188. 746.

• MANFRED; A DRAMATIC Poem,' 135. Meillerie, 768.
Long, Edward Noel, esq., 414.
• LINES Goethe's remarks on, 191.

Melancthon, 699.
to,' 414.
Manfrini palace, 146.

Melbourne House, 436.
Longinus, 595. 608. 745.
Manicheism, 317, 318.

Melody, Suwarrow's polar, 696.
Longmans, Messrs., 447. 507.

Manley, Mrs., her Atalantis, 718. Melton Mowbray, head quarters of the
* Longueurs,' 638.

Mann, the engineer, his pumps, 613. English chase, 733.
Lope de Vega, 492. 592.

Mansel, Dr., Bishop of Bristol, 397. Memnon, statue of, 731.
Loredano, family of, 278.
Mansion House, the, 714.

Memory, 17.
Lorenzo de' Medici, 779.
Mantinea, 31. 303.

Mendeli, Mount, 26.
Lorraine, Claude, 530. 732.
Marat, 591.

Mephistopheles, 465. 727.
Love, best tokens of, 669. First, 602.

Marathon, 26. 31. 35. 303. 637. Plain of, Merci, Count, his epitaph, 26.
627. His own avenger,' 647. Lan-

offered to Lord Byron for sale, 26. Merivale, J. H. esq., 434. His Ron.
guage of, 642. Man's, 607. 629. Pla. Marceau, General, 34. 591.

cesvalles,' 483.
tonic, 298.601.703. Woman's, 628, 629. Marchetti, Count, 497.

Metaphysics, 725.
See also, 630. 642, 643. 663. 677. 702. Marengo, 313.

Metella, Cecilia, tomb of, 53.
719, 720. 742.
Maria Louisa, Empress, 461. 533.

Methodism, cause of the pogress of,
Love, first kiss of, 383.

Marie Antoinette, 2. Effect of grief on, 768.
Love of gain, 693. 734.

138.

Metternich, Prince, 533.
Love of glory, 650.
Marine barometer, 179.651.

Michelli, Signora, translator of Shak-
Love of offspring, 664.
Mariner, his account of the Tonga

speare, 230.
• Love's last adieu,' 388.

Islands, 161. 172.

Midas, 532.
Lovers, 625. 641.
Marinet, 697.

* Middle Age' of Man, described, 719.
Lover's Leap, 20. 608.

Marino, a corrupter of the taste of Eu. Milan, state of society at, 629.
Loves of the Triangles, 804.

rope, 804.

Milbanke, Sir Ralph, 593.
Lowe, Sir Hudson, 527. 716.

• MARINO FALIERO, Doge or VENICE ; Milbanke, Lady, 593.
Luc, Jean André de, 138.
an Historical Tragedy,' 193. Dedica- Milbanke, Miss (afterwards

Lady
Lucca, 749.

tion to Goethe, 197. Story of, 786. Byron), 432.
Lucretia, 195.

Marion,' Lines to, 389.

Miller, William, bookseller, 423.
Lucretius, 595.

Marischalchi Gallery, Bologna, 146. Milman, Rev. Henry Hart, his' History
Lucullus, dishes à la, 748. Cherries Marius at Carthage, 498. 725.

of the Jews,' 463, 464, 465. 467. His
transplanted into Europe hy, 748. Markland, J. H., esq., his character of • Fall of Jerusalem,' 196. His cha-
LUDDITES, Song for the,' 569.
• Hours of Idleness,' 745.

racter of Heaven and Earth,' 243.
Ludlow, General, the regicide, his mo- Markow, General, 686.

Critical notes by, passim.
nument, 38.

Marlborough, Coxe's Life of, 195. 638. Milo, 461.
Lugo, 649.
Marlow, his . Faustus,' 192.

Miltiades, 27.
Lushington, Dr., 593.
• Marmion,' 135. 424.

Milton, 90. 439. 525. 630. 638.
Lusieri, Signor, his devastations at Marriage, 630. 720.

Minerva, 26. 454.
Athens, 761.
Marriage of literary men, 499.

MINERVA, CIRSE OP,' 453.
Luther, Martin, 677.

Marriage state, the best or worst of Minotaur, fable of the, 624.
Lutzen, 528.

any,' 742. The best for morals,' 745. Minturnæ, 499.
Lying, 606.
Mars, 682.

Mirabeau, 591.

North-west passage, 729.
Norton, Hon. Mrs., 430.
Novels, 642.
Novelties, please less than they impress,

724.
Numa Pompilius, 594.

N.

427.

Miser, 602. Happy life of the, 719, Muezzin, 22. 70. 697.
720.

Munda, 303.
Missolonghi, 73. 577.

Murat, Joachim, death of, 786. His
Mitford, Miss, 807.

* snow white plume,' 561.
Mitford, William, esq., his abuse of Murray, John, esq., sums paid by him

Plutarch's Lives, 721. Great merit to Lord Byron for copyright, 424.
of his History of Greece, 721.

• MY DEAR Mr. Murray, you 're in a
Mitylene, isle of, 800.

damn'd hurry,' 570. “STRAHAN, Ton-
Mob, 689.

son, Lintot of the times,' 570. To
Mobility,' 759. Defined, 759.

HOOK the reader, you, John Murray,'
Mocha's berry, 633.

569. EPISTLE from, to Dr. Polidori,'
Modesty, 744.

569. * LINES to,' 574. His notes on
Molière, 734.

Medwin's Conversations, 809.
Momus, 682.

Murray, John, jun. esq., 197.
Money, power of, 720. Pleasure of Music, 79. 743, 755.
hoarding, 719, 720.

Mussulwomen, 151.
Money, love of, 'the only pleasure that • MUST THOU GO, my glorious chief,' 562
requites,' 754.

Musters, Mrs. See Chaworth.
• Monk,' Lewis's novel of the, 425.

Mutiny, 162.
Monkir and Nekir, 70.

. MY BOA'r is on the shore,' 568.
Monks, 741.

* MY DEAR Mr. Murray,' 670."
Monmouth, Geoffrey of, his Chronicle, My Grandmother's Review,' the Bri.
751.

tish, 580. 609. LETTER to the Editor
Monsoon, 688.

of,' 798.
Mont Blanc, 35. 50.

MY SISTER ! my sweet Sister !' 470.
Montague, Lady Mary Wortley, 632. • My Soul is dark,' 464.
647. 653. 661.

Mysteries and Moralities, 443.
Montaigne, his motto, 698.
Montecucco, 501.
Montgomery, James, Answer to his
poem, entitled “ The Common Lot,'

Nadir Shah, 700.
409. His • Wanderer of Switzerland,' Naldi, singer, 430.

Napier, Colonel, his detection of an
Monthly Review, its critique on · Hours error in `Childe Harold,' 7.
of Idleness,' 420.

Napoleon. See Buonaparte.
Montmartre, 529.

Napoleon's • FAREWELL,' 563.
Mont St. John, 31. 716.

Napoleon, François-Charles-Joseph,
Montmorenci Laval, Duke de, 532, 533. Duke of Reichstadt, 533. 756.
Moon, 600. 629.‘Of amatory egotism Napoleon the First, ' 754.
the Tuism,' 752.

Napoli di Romania, 120,
Moonlight, 190. 217. 600.

National debt, 700.
Moore, Thomas, esq., 417. 422. 428. 600. Native land, sensation on leaving, 611.
608. 716.804. LINES on his last

Nature, 17. 20, 40. 663. 743. 747.
Operatic Farce, or Farcical Opera,'

Nature, ' PRAYER of,' 413.
548. LINES to, on visiting Leigh • NAY, SMILE not at my sullen brow,' 13.
Hunt in prison,' 556. FRAGMENT of Needy knife-grinder,' 15.
an epistle to,' 559. 'LINES to,' 568, Nebuchadonoser, 658.
569. His Verses on Leigh Hunt's Negropont, 81.
• Lord Byron and his Contempora- Neipperg, Count, 461. 533.
ries,' 525. His · Fudge Family,' 806. Nekir, 70.
His . Twopenny Post-bag,' 806. Cri- Nelson, Lord, 591.
tical notes by, passim.

Nemesis, Roman, 56. 784.
Moore, Dr., his . Zelucco,' 2. His ac-

Nemi, 60.
count of Marino Faliero false and

Neptune, 168. 626.
flippant, 195.

Nero, 639.
Morat, field of, 35.

Nero, consul, 165.
More, Hannah, 507. Her · Cælebs in

Nero, emperor, 639.
search of a Wife,' 592.

Nessus, robe of, 717.752.
Morea, 62.

Newfoundland dog, *INSCRIPTION on
Moreau, General, 591.

the monument of a,' 539.
Morelli, Abbate, 230.

Newstead Abbey, “Lines written on
Morena, 10.

leaving,' 378. ' ELEGY on,' 402.
Morgan, Lady, 288.

Newton, Sir Isaac, 677. Memorable
MORGANTE MAGGIORE of Pulci,'trans- sentiment of, 677. Anecdote of the
lation of canto the first, 482.

falling apple, 704.
Morning Post, 578. 638. 718.730. Ney, Marshal, 697.
Morocco, 645.

Nicopolis, ruins of, 21.
Morosini, Venetian poet, 230.

Night, 217. 607.
Mosaic chronology, 318. 329.

Nightingale, its attachment to the rose,
Moscow, conflagration of, 458. 528.706. 63. 80. Its love of solitude, 643.
Moses, 699. Michael Angelo's statue of, • Nil admirari,' happiness of the, 661.
502. Sonnet on, 502.

729.
Moskwa, 303.

Nile, 527.
Mossop, actor, 386.

Nimrod, 658.
Motraye, M., his description of the Niobe, 50.
Grand Seignior's palace, 675.

• Nisus AND EURYALUS,' a paraphrase
Mountains, 36. 166.

from the Æneid, 393.
Mozart, 755.

Noble, life of a young, described, 717.

0.
Oak, ' LINES to an, at Newstead,' 536.
Oath, British, 715.
Oath, Continental, 715.
* OBSERVATIONS upon an Article in

Blackwood's Magazine,' 800.
Obstinacy, 742.
Ocean, 61.

Ocean Stream,' 653.
Ocellus Lucanus, 766.
O'Connell, 575.
Odalisques, 670.
• ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE,

460.
ODE ON VENICE,' 480.
Odessa, 666.
Offspring, care of, 664.

Oh, Anne ! your offences,' 535.
• Ou! say not, sweet Anne,' 535,
• Ou! banish care,' 548.
Ou! had my fate been joined with

thine l'415.
"OH LADY! when I left the shore,' 543.
• Ou! my lonely, lonely, lonely pillow,'

577.
Oa! never talk to me again,' 14.
Ou ! snatch'd away in beauty's bloom,'

461.
• Ou! talk not to me of a name great

in story, '576.
On! weep for those,' 464.
Old age, 634.
Olympus, 50. 527.
O'Meara, Barry, 527. Causes of his
dismissal from the

navy, 527.
Omens, 642.
• On Jordan's banks,' 464.
* One struggle more, and I am free,'

550.
O'Neil, Miss, actress, 196.
Opera, 430.
Orator, 531.
Orchomenus, 515. LINES written in

the travellers' book at,' 545.
O'Reilly, General Count, 604.
Origin of Love,' Lines on being asked

what was the, 555.
Orpheus, 450. 638.
Orthodoxy, 668.
* OSCAR OP Alva;'a tale, 330.
Ossian, Macpherson's, 412.
Otho, his last moments, 167. His mir-

ror, 261.
Otway, 193. 430.
Ouchy, 138.
Our goodman came hame at e'en,'

Scottish ballad, quoted, 606.
Ovid, 595. 625
Owenson, Miss, her * Ida of Athens,

763. See Morgan, Lady.
Oxenstiern, Chancellor, his remark to

his son, 740.
Oysters, 626. 741.

P.
Pain, 279.
Painting, 481. 'Or all arts the most

superficial and unnatural,' 47.
Palafox, General, his heroic conduct at

Saragossa, 14.

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Palamon and Arcite, 806.

Pickersgill, Joshua, his Three Brothers, Pouqueville, M. de, 21. 655. Character
Palatine, mount, 53. 500.

300.

of his writings, 21.
Palgrave, Sir Francis, 786.
Picture, a, “is the past,' 752.

Poussin, his picture of the deluge, 242.
Palmerston, Viscount, 385.
Pictures, 756.

Pratt, Samuel, 426. His Sympathy,'
Pan, 626.
Pigot, Miss, 'Lines to,' 400.

426.
Pantheon, at Rome, 57.

Pigot, Dr., REPLY to some Verses Prayer, 319.
Pantisocracy, 638. 803.

of, on the cruelty of his mistress,' * PRAYER OF NATURE,' 413.
Paper, 638.

400.

Présle, dancer, 430.
Paper-money, 719.
Pillans, James, 429.

Pretension, absence of, 744.
Paradise Lost, 806.
Pindar, 12. 636.

Previsa, 24.
Parcæ, 653.
Pindemonte, Ippolito, 530.

Priam, 303.
PARENTHETICAL ADDRESS, BY DR. Pindus, Mount, 21.

Pride, 640.723.
PLAGIARY,' 553.
Piræus, 46.

Prince Regent, 'A finished gentleman
Paris, 528.
Pirates, 91.

from top to toe,' 726. SONNET to,
* PARISINA,' 131.
Pisse-vache, 49.

on the repeal of Lord Edward Fitzge-
• Parker, Sir Peter, Elegiac Stanzas on Pistol, 644

rald's Forfeiture,' 572. 'Lines to, on
the death of,' 560.

Pitt, Right Hon. William, his additions his standing between the coffins of
* Parker, Margaret, Lines on her death,' to our parliamentary tongue, 439. Henry VIII. and Charles I., 658.
376.

His grave next that of Fox, 526. His Principles, the two, 332.
Parks of London, 717.

disinterestedness, 698. 'EPITAPH for,' * PRISONER OP CHILLON,' 138.
Parma, 533

573.

• PROLOGUE delivered previously to the
Parnassus, 11. 21. 50. 447.
Pitti Palace, 47.

performance of the Wheel of Fortune,
Parr, Dr., his opinion of Sardanapa- Pizarro, 15. 529.

at a private theatre,' 398.
lus,' 276.
Plagiarism, 134. 288. 612, 613.

PROMETHEUS,' 565.
Parthenon, 16, 17. 455, 456.

Plato, his lines on the tomb of Themis- Prometheus of Æschylus, 602.
Parting, 612 681.

tocles, 62. His system of love, 601. ‘PROPHECY OP DANTE,' 495. Dedication
• Parting, Lines on,' 547.

His Dialogues, 750. His reply to to Countess Guiccioli, 496.
Pasiphae, 624.

Diogenes, 754.

Prophets, 739.
Pasqualigo, Signor, 230.
Platonic love, 598. 601.703.

Protesilaus, 648.
Passion, 20. 24. 371. 598. 805.

Playhouse bill, origin of, 444. Pro- Pruth, the river, 530.
Passions, 646. 651. Effect of violent and

priety of repealing it, 444.

Psyche, 701.
conflicting, 646.

Pleasure, 601, 602. 610. A stern moral- Public schools, 596. 610. Advantages
Paswan Oglou, 84.

ist, 635.

of, 596. Best adapted to the genius
Paternoster-row, the bazaar of book- Pleasures of Hope, 433.

and constitution of the English, 596.
sellers,' 507.

Pleasures of Memory, 433. • LINES Pulci, his Morgante Maggiore, 482.
Patience, 180.

written on a blank leaf of,' 552.

Sire of the half-serious rhyme, 641.
Patroclus, tomb of, 648.

Plimley, Peter (Rev. Sydney Smith), his Pultowa, battle of, 154. 161.
Pausanias and Cleonice, story of, 183. * Letters,' 757.

Puns, 440.
Peacock, the royal bird, whose tail 's Plutarch's Lives, '687. Mitford's abuse Pye, Henry James, esq., 422. 523.
a diadem, '683.

of, 721.

Pygmalion, statue of, 671. 701.
Pelagius, 8.
• Po, Stanzas to the,' 571.

Pyramus and Thisbe, 658.
Pelayo, 529.

Poetry, present state of English, 804. Pyrrhic dance, 632. 637.
Pentelicus (now Mount Mendeli), Nothing in, so difficult as a beginning, Pyrrho, the doubting philosopher, 698.
26.

640. Is a passion,' 65).

Pyrrhus, 533.
Pericles, 454.

Poets, 502. 650. Amatory, 652. Duties
Peri, 2

of, 692. The greatest living, 716.
Persians, 751. Their doctrine of the Poggio, his exclamation on looking
two principles, 729.

down on Rome, 47.

QUAKER, Lines to a beautiful,' 397.
Pertinacity, 742.
Poland, 528. 709.

Quaker, tenets of the, 16.
Pescara, 501.
Polenta, Guido da, 505.

Quarrels of Authors, D'Israeli's, 800.
Peter Bell, Wordsworth's, 804, 805. Polenta, Francesca da, 505.
Peter the Third, of Russia, 703.
Polidori, Dr., 803. Epistle from Mr.

Quarterly Review, 609. Critical notes

from, passim.
Peter the Great, 530.

Murray to,' 569.

Queens, generally prosperous in their
Peter Pindar, 523.
Polycrates, 637.

reigns, 708.
Petersburgh, 700.
Polygamy, 665. 669. 693.

Quirini, Alvise, 230.
Pétion, 591.

Pompey, a hero, conqueror, and cuck-
Petrarch, 17. 45.
His laureat crown,

. Quite refreshing,' 692.

old, 628. His statue, 51. 781.
48. 501.773. 778. On the conspiracy Pope, 422. His Pastorals, 445. His Rape
of Marino Faliero, 788. Crowned in of the Lock, 806. Harmony of his

R.
the Capitol, 805.

• The Platonic versification, 806. His imagination, 806.
pimp of all posterity,' 652.

His character of Sporus, 806. List of Rage, woman's, 664.
Petticoat, ' garment of a mystical subli- his disciples, 807. Systematic depre- Rainbow, 602. Description of a, 619.
mity,' 737.

ciation of, 804.

• Ram Alley,' Barrey's comedy of, 458.
Petticoat government, 755.
Popular applause, 636.

Ramazan, feast of, 22. 65.
Petticoat influence, 737.

Popular discontents, progress of, 689. Ranz des Vaches, 288.
Petty, Lord Henry (now Marquis of Popularity, 662.

Rape of the Lock, 806.
Lansdowne), 385. 397. 429.
Porphyry, 14.

Raphael, his death, 149. His Transf.
Phædra and Hippolitus, 663.
Porson, Professor, 397. 557.

guration, 744.
Pharsalia, 303.

Portland (William Henry Cavendish), Rapp, American harmonist, 746.
Phidias, 502.

third Duke of, 436.

Ravenna, 48. Its pine forest, 639. Battle
Philanthropy, 23.
Portugal, 1. 9.

of, 650. Dante's tomb at, 650.
Phillips, Ambrose, his pastorals, 445. Portuguese, the, characterised, 8. Ravenstone, 187.
Phillips, Charles, esq., barrister, 798 Possession, 642.

Ready money, 'is Aladdin's lamp,' 720.
Philo-progenitiveness, 721.
Posterity, 592. 721.

Reason, 333. • Ne'er was hand in glore
Philosophy, 610. 629.

Potemkin, Prince, 680. His character, with rhyme,' 703.
Phyle, Fort, 25. 454.

680. His instructions to Suwarrow Red Sea, 623.
Physicians, 707.

before the siege of Ismail, 681.

Reformadoes, 705.
Pibroch, 390.
Potiphar's wife, 663.

Refreshing, origin of the phrase, 508.

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Reichstadt (Napoléon François Charles Roncesvalles, 485. 711.

* SENNACHERIB, Destruction of,' 46.
Joseph), Duke of, 533. 756.

Rooms, large ones comfortless, 657. Senses, duty of not trusting the, 735.
Reinagle, R. R., his chained eagle, 30. Rosa Matilda, 432.

Seraglio, interior of, 675.
• Rejected Addresses,' its happy imita- Roscoe's. Leo the Tenth,' 118.

Serassi, his . Life of Tasso,' 477.
tion of Fitzgerald, the small-beer Rose, William Stewart, esq., his Son. Sesostris, 526.
poet, 421.

net to Constantinople,' 25. His Es-

Sestos, `Lixes after swimming from,'
Religious opinions, folly of prosecutions say on Whistlecraft,' 144. His charac-

545.
for, 667.

ter of Pinde onte, 530.

Seven Towers, prison of the, 666.
REMARKS on the Romaic, or modern Rossini, 755.

Seville, 9. 11. 592.
Greek Janguage, with Specimens and Rothschild, Baron, 533. 719.

Sforza, Francesco, 281.
Translations,' 792.
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, his. Héloise,'

Sforza, Ludovico, 138.
Rembrandt, 732

36. 39. 677. 741. His Confessions, Sgricci, Count, 776.
• REMEMBER him, whom passion's

36. 39.

Shadwell, Sir Lancelot, 317.
power,' 555.
Rubicon, 527.

Shadwell, Thomas, 439.
• REMEMBRANCE,' 410.
Rumour, 'a live gazette,' 744.

Shakspeare, his obligations to North's 1
• REMIND me not, remind me not,' 540.

Rushton, Robert (the little page' in Plutarch, 613. His infelicitous mar-

Childe Harold), 4.
Remorse, 67. 366.

riage, 630.
Russia, 529.

Shaving, miseries of, 737.
Renown, 680.

• She walks in Beauty,' 463.
Rents, 532.

S.

She-epistle described, 735.
Repletion, 655.

Shee, Sir Martin (president of the
Revenge, 498. 594.
Sabbath in London, 12.

Royal Academy), his · Rhymes ca
Revolution, 689.

Sabellicus, his description of Venice, 42. Art,' 434.
Reynolds, Frederick, dramatist, 430.

Sadness, 27.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, his sensations on

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, esq. 300.513.
Safety lamp, Sir Humphry Davy's, 602. Shelley, Mrs., 300,
visiting the Vatican, 58. His charac-
St. Angelo, castle of, 58. 313.

Sheridan, Right Hon. Richard Brins-
ter of Michael Angelo, 502.
St. Bartholomew, fayed alive, 656.

ley, 473, 474. 718. His • Critic,' 798
Rhine, 33, 34. 709.

St. Francis, his recipe for chastity, 669. MONODY on the Death of,' 473. His
Rhodes, 620.
St. Helena, 527.

Lines on Waltzing, 459,
Rhone, the arrowy,' 36. Its colour,
St. Peter's at Rome, 58. 502.

Sheridan, Thomas, esq., 430.
136. 742.

St. Sophia at Constantinople, not to be Sheridan, Mrs. Thomas, her Carwell."
Rhyme, its excellence over blank verse,

compared with St. Paul's Cathedral, 430.
430. 806.

653.

Shipwreck, description of a, 619-620.
Rialto, 146.
Sainte Palaye, M. de, 2.

Shooter's Hill, 711.
Ribas, Russian admiral, 680.
Salamis, 64. 529. 637.

Shreckhorn, 36.
Ribaupierre, General, 691,
Sallust, 676.

Siddons, Mrs., 196. 430. 553.
Rich, Claudius, esq., his Memoirs on
Salvator Rosa, 732.

* SIEGE OF CORINTH,' 120.
the Ruins of Babylon, 658.
Santa Croce, 48.

Sierra Morena, 10.
Richards, Rev. Dr., his · Aboriginal
Santa Maura, 20.

Sigeum, Cape, 647.
Britons,' 435.
Sappho, 20. 595. 628.

Silenus, 306.
Richardson, 'the vainest and luckiest of
Saragoza, sieges of, 10.

Simeon, Rev. Charles, 444.
authors,' 610.
Saragoza, Maid of, 10. 529.

Simond, M., 521.
Richelieu, Duke of, his humanity at the

SARDANAPALUS, a Tragedy,' 244. Simoom, 65. 646.
siege of Ismail, 666. 686. 692.
Satanic school, 512, 513.

Simplon, the, 702.
Richmond Hill, 12.

SAUL, Song of, before his last Battle,' Sinecures, 757.
Ridotto, description of, 150.

465.

Singing, merit of simplicity in, 649.734.
Rienzi, 54.
Scaligers, tomb of the, 530.

Sinking fund, 759.
Riga, the Greek patriot, 85. His Greek
Schaffhausen, fall of, 49.

Sisyphus, 742.
war song, "Acúti raides,' and trans-
Scamander, 618.

Skeffington, Sir Lumley, 430.
lation, 546.
Scandal, 597. 607.

'SKETCH, A,' 469.
Ring, the matrimonial, 703.
Schiller's Wallenstein, 591.

"SKULL, Lines inscribed upon a cup
• River that rollest by the ancient Schroepfer, 760.

formed from a,' 539.
walls,' 571.

Scimitars, Turkish, characters on, 84. Slaughter, 33.
Roberts, Mr. (editor of the British Re- Scipio Africanus, 310.

Slave market at Constantinopie, a
view), 581. 608. 798.
Scipios, tomb of the, 50.778.

653.
Rochefoucault, 40. 677.
Scorpion, 67.

Slavery of the great, 654, 655.
Rogers, Samuel, esq., his Pleasures of Scotland, 705.

Sleep, 623. 643. 756. Sir T. Browse's
Memory,' 62. 88. 433. His Column

Scott, Sir Walter, 316, 317. 423. 434. encomium on, 643.
bus,' 62. Dedication of the Giaour'

445.526. 705. 720. His · Lay of the Smedley, Rev. Mr., his History of
to, 62. His Italy,' 280, 281. 292. Last Minstrel,' 423. 434. 720. 748. the Two Foscari,' 790.
296, 237. 299. 800. His translation of His Marmion,' 135. His opinion of Smith, Horace, esq., his · Horace in
Zappi's sonnet on the statue of Don Juan,' 587. His • Demonology,' London,'
Moses, 503.

729. Critical notes by, passim. Smith, Rev. Sydney, the reputed author
• Romaic, or modern Greek language, Scriptures, 734.

of Peter Plimley's Letters,' **
remarks on, with specimens and Sea-attorney, 630.

His twelve-parson power,' 709. Ser
translations,' 792.
Sea-coal fires, 732.

Peter Pith,' 757.
Romaic war song, 546.
Sea-sickness, remedies for, 611.

Smith, Mrs. Spencer, 543. See 'Flow
Romaic love song, 546.

Seale, Dr. John, his 'Greek Metres,' rence.'
• ROMANCE muy doloroso del Sitio y 385.

Sinoking, 168.
Toma de Alhama,' translated, 566. Sea-walls between the Adriatic and So we 'll go no more a roving,' s.
ROMANCE,' Lines to, 401.

Venice, inscription on, 756.

Society, 654.724, 725. 733.737. 742
Roman Daughter, story of the, 57. Seasons, Thomson's, would have been Socrates, 453. 303. 667. 677.750.
Romanelli, physician, 546. 762.

better in rhyme, 806. Inferior to his Soignies, wood of (remnant of the forest
Rome described, 47. • The city of the Castle of Indolence,' 806.

of Ardennes), 31.
soul,' 50. The • Niobe of Nations, Ségur, Count, his character of Prince Solano, governor of Calais, his tres-
50. Sackage of, 500.
Potemkin, 680.

chery, 14.
Romilly, Sir Samuel, 592. 718. 802. Self-love, 669. 702.

Solitary confinement, effects of, A.
Romulus, temple of, 782.
Semiramis, 248. 658.

Solitude, 19.38. 45. 60. 288.599. 657.00

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