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'on, 31

Gow, Kate, versu's Tom Hood, a tale, 251 to, 340-Her conduct to Mr Dupin,
Grave of Romney, remarks on the, 141 399
Great Britain, periodical literature of, re Legends, Fairy ones, from the Danish,
marks on, 31

361
Greece, accounts of the insurrection in, Letter from R. Goodfellow, 251

73_Cruelties of Turks in, 74, 169, from James Hogg, inclosing Jaco-
275, 603_Protest of the Russian Am bite relics, 439
bassador, 169

to Lady Morgan, by the Reviewer
Green, Mr, ascends in a balloon, and of her Italy, 340
falls into the sea, 485

Libel, on the Government, and on the
Gretna Green, adventure there, 241

Queen, sentences for, 81, 609
Haggart, David, trial of for murder, 83 Lima, the capital of Peru, taken by the

-Remarks on his life, written by him. Chilians, and declared independent of
self, 154 Execution of, 286

Spain, 604
Hamilton, John, review of his “ Garden List of editions of the Bible from 1505
of Florence," and other poems, 52

to 1720, 411
Hanover, visit of the King to, 486, 608 Literary and scientific intelligence, 65,
Helena, St. death of Napoleon Bonaparte

161, 265, 365
there, 74

Literary Institutions in Britain and Ire-
Himalaya mountains, altitudes of some land, estimated number of, 66
of the, 368

Literary Labour, remarks on, 108_La.
Hints concerning introductions, 116 bour and study necessary to acquire
And quotations, 248

excellence in writing, ib. in oratory,
History, true and authentic one of “ Ill 109—and in poetry, 110% l'he axiom,
Tom," 570

vox populi, vox Dei, utterly untrue in
Hogg, James, the Ettrick Shepherd, I let. literature, 111

ter from, inclosing Jacobite relics, 439 Literature of Scotland, discovery of a de-
Horæ Otiosæ-Haggart the murderer sideratum in, 266

and Plautus, 156—Biblical notices, ib. Literature, periodical of Britain, remarks
Theatre_Miss Dance, 157_Cleri.
cal eccentricities, 158

Local associations of Poetry-Cowper-
Hougge, Maistere Jamis, Ane rychte ple Lord Byron, 364

sant Ballaunt maide by him, 356 London, Receipts of Religious charities
Horace, the modern, 52

in, 481--Some sketches of 511---His-
Humboldt's personal narrative, reriew tory of 512..-Comfortable classes in,
of, 125, 213

ibosthe splendid circles, 514--the war-
Hume, Mr, stopped in his motion regard faring classes, 516-the predatory clas-

ing the Queen, by the Usher of the ses, 618-Scenery of, ib.
Black Rod's summons, 171

Lords, House of, proceedings in the, 761
Hussar, the old, 522

Lyon, Captain F. G. review of his tra-
“ In Tam,” true and authentic History vels in northern Africa, 225
of, 570

Mackenzie, Sir George, discovery of a lost
Ireland, the King's visit to, 382---Disturb MS. of, 266
ances and murders in, 609

Malta, notes descriptive of the plague in,
Italy, review of Lady Morgan's work review of, 4.59

Magazine, the London, versus Dr Reid,
discoveries of lost works in, 365 Mr Stewart, and Mr Alison, 566
Jacobite relics, not published in Mr Marius among the ruins of Carthage, 581
Hogg's collection, 439

Marriages, lists of, 92, 189, 293, 293,
Journey in quest of a wife, the, from the 495, 611
German, 419

Mary Scott, of Edenknow, a fragment,
Jury Court, Edinburgh, trial in, 93

S35
Justiciary High Court of, proceedings in, Maturin, Rev. C. R. review of his poem

81, 82, 83, 84_Case of rape in, 285 of the universe, 38
-Of culpable homicide, ib.

Methodists, their numbers in Britain,
Kate Gow, versus Tom Hood, or Tit for and on foreign missions, &c. 455
Tat, a tale, 251

Meteorological Tables, 87, 185, 288, 388,
King, the, his Coronation, 171, 277 489, 614

Visits Ireland, 382–His return, 383 Mexico, revolution in, 480_Declared in-
His parting admonition to the Irish, pendent of Spain, ib.
384 Leaves England to visit his con Mildew, causes of, 65
tinental dominions, 486--. His return Moira, Earl, packet, deplorable loss on
from Hanover, 608

the, 378
Lady Morgan, review of her work on Monody on the prospect of death, 238

Italy, 56--Letter from her Reviewer Morgan, Lady, review of her work on

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Italy, 56-Letter to, by her Reviewer, Dr Charles Burney, ib_On the death

340_Her treatment of M. Dupin, 399 of Napoleon, from the French, 135_
Morocco, accounts from, 276

The Pedlar boy, 136_Genius; an
Napoleon Bonaparte, reflections on the ode, 138_The Plaid of the North,
death of, 45

141--Sonnet by Queen Elizabeth, 16U
Napoleon and other poems, by Samuel -The little child, 237–Monody in
Gower, Esq. review of, 431

the prospect of death, 238_Italian
National Monument, on the adoption of sunset, 239_Kate Gow versus Tom

the Parthenon of Athens as the mo Hood; or Tit for Tat, 251_Supersti.
del for the, 49

tion, or the Devil and the Pigs, 320
Netherlands, opening of the States Ge Mary Scott of Edenknow, 335–The
neral, 477

Powris of Moseke, 356— The Pytho-
Newhaven, opening of the suspension ness, * 363_The Highlander, * 364
pier at, 381

The Caravan in the Deserts, 409-
Nugæ Canoræ, Part I. 524

Friendship, or the Tailor's election, 125
Observations on the late session of Par. -The Hawthorn tree, 437-Stanzas
liament, 26

on lines entitled “ Nonsense,"ib
O'Kean, Cary, a poem, 575

The wanderer's lament o'er the grave
Old Mulberry, some hints concerning In of his love, 438-Jacobite relics, 441-

troductions by, 116–Concerning quo Edina, Canto III. 551---Cary O'Kean,
tations, 248

575---Marius among the Ruins of
Old Scottish songs, remarks on, 520 Carthage, 581
Old Hussar, the, 522

Poetry, local associations of, 364
Original Poetry, 42

devoted to posterity, No. I. 431
Parliament, general observations on the Popularity and merit, remarks on, 108

late session of, 26—Proceedings of, 70, Portugal, arrival of the King of, from
170_Prorogation of, 170

Brazil, 169—Insulted by the military,
Parthenon, the, on its being adopted as 274— Proceedings of the Cortes of,

the model of the National Monument 374, 603
for Scotland, 49

Poussin, Nicholas, life of, (concluded) 19
Party prejudice, remarks on, 258 Powris of Moseke, ane rychte plesant
Palestine, travels in, 558

Ballaunt, 356
Pauper marriages, and Mr Scarlett's bill, Promotions, Appointments, &c. 85, 184,
remarks on, 352

286, 386, 487, 610
Pedlar boy, the, a ballad, 136

Principle; character, and other grave mat-
Pernambuco, revolutionary movements

ters, remarks on, 209
there, 605

Prophecy, remarks on, 118
Periodical literature of Britain, remarks Publications, monthly lists of new ones,
on the, 31

69, 164, 270, 370, 473, 599
Persia at war with Turkey, 603- Persian Queen Caroline claims to participate in

gulf, British operations against the the Coronation, and is refused, 85—
pirates of the, 604

Her request to be crowned some days
Peru, declared independent of Spain, 604 after the King, also refused, 28
Petronius Maximus, some account of the Death of, 379_and funeral, 380
famous history of, 3

Riot at the funeral procession, ib.
Phrenologists the, their doctrines com Questions to naturalists, 267
bated, 10

Quotations, hints concerning, 248
Pictures of country life, No. I. Old Isaac, Raine, Jonathan, Esq. his character as a

219_No. II. ditto, 443_No III. The barrister, 246
school of misfortune, 583

Ramsay, Mrs, of Barnton, memoir of,
Pirate, the, a novel, review of, 535

496
· Pirates of the Persian Gulf, operations Rattlesnake, account of one, 366
against the, 604

Reading Societies in Britain and Ireland,
Plague in Malta, review of notes on the, estimated number of, 66
459

Reflections on the death of Bonaparte, 45
Plague breaks out in Spain, 373

Reid, Dr. some criticisms of the Lon-
Poetry, original---Edina, Canto I. 42 don Magazine on, 566

Canto II. 233_Reflections on the death Remarks of Spurzheim's elementary prin-
of Bonaparte, 45--The shipwreck, 48 ciples of education, 3_-On the late Ses.
-A tale, by the late Dr Leyden, 67– sion of Parliament, 26—On the perio-
Blandine, 69— The midnight city, 70 dical literature of Great Britain, 31-

_The smoky town, ib. To an eye, On literary labour, 108_On Lord By.
ibFor a Queen's man, 70-Ode from ron's Don Juan, *105_On No. 8, of
the Spanish, *109_“ Wha will dandle Chalmers's Christian and civic econo-
my Mary," *112-Verses by the late my of large towns, 113-On prophecy,

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songs, 520

118_On the grave of Romney, 141- Sedition, sentence on Major Cartwright,
On the Spanish Drama, 142_On the and others, for, 81
life of David Haggart, written by him.' Sketches of manners, &c. in France,
self, 154_On the character and wri Switzerland, and Italy, review of, 120
tings of Tacitus, 203, 414-On the

of London, 511
life and writings of Henry Ainsworth, Sonnet by Queen Elizabeth, 160
205—On character, principle, with Spain, meeting of the Cortes Disturb
other grave matters, 209–On party ances in Madrid, 274.Plots and con-
prejudice ; Mr Roscoe and the Quar. spiracies in, 373_Plague breaks out
terly Review, 258-On Davy's ac in, ib.-Meeting of the Extraordinary
count of the interior of Ceylon, 260_ Cortes, 478.--Insurrectionary move-
On Mr Stewart's historical dissertation, ments in, 602---Progress of the Plague
301--On Mr Scarlett's bill regarding

in, 603
paupers, 352_On the Croisade, or the Spanish ode, translation of, * 109
Palmer's Pilgrimage, 435~On Ara Spanish Drama, remarks on the, 142
bian fiction, 462---On some old Scottish Specimens of Wallace, a manuscript tra-

gedy, 466
Rennie, John, Esq. his death, and me Spirit of the age, remarks on the, 17
moir of, 493–His funeral, 494

Spurzheim on education, remarks on, 9
Revenue, British, produce of, 606 Stael, Madame de, review of a posthu-
Review of Maturin's poem of the Uni mous work of, 148

verse, 38_Of the modern Horace, 52 Steam-boat established on Dundee Ferry,
~0f Lady Morgan's Italy, 56—0f 377
Dibdin's tour in France and Germany, Steam-packet, destruction of one by fire,
99_Of Scott's Sketches of manners, 382
&c. in France, Switzerland, and Italy, Stewart, Dugald, Esq. remarks on his
120_Of Humboldt's personal narra dissertation on the progress of meta-
tive, 125, 213—Of Madame de Stael's physical philosophy, &c. 301--On the
ten years' exile, 148_Of Lyon's tra London Magazine, versus, 566
vels in northern Africa, 2250f Na. Stuart, the late Dr, memoir of, 91
poleon and other poems, 431_Of An: Stuart, James, Esq. W. S. the Beacon
tonio, a poem, 459---Of the Pirate, by Newspaper, and the Lord Advocate,
the author of Waverley, 535---Of Tra &c. 484
vels in Palestine, 558---Of Foscari, a Superstition; or the devil and the pigs,'
tragedy, 599

a poem, 320
Riot and loss of lives at the Queen's fu. Suspension - pier erected at Newhaven,

neral procession, 38_Coroner's inquest near Leith, 381
on the sufferers, 382, 481

Tacitus, on the character and writings
Romney, remarks on visiting the grave, of, 203, 414
of, 141

Tailor's election, the, a tale, 425
Roscoe, Mr, and the Quarterly Review, Tit for Tat; a tale, 251
258

Tour in France and Germany, review of,
Royal Burghs, meeting of the conven.

99, 197
tion of, 285

Translation from the Spanish, * 109-
Russia—See Turkcy-Number of living from the French, 135
authors in, 267

Travels in Palestine, review of, 558
Scarlett, Mr, his character at the bar, Trip to Carlisle, 240—Adventure at

243_ Remarks on his bill regarding Gretna Green, 241_The Carlisle as.
paupers, 352

sizes, 242
School of Arts in Edinburgh, institution True and authentic history of “ IU Tam,"
and opening of the, 185

570
Schreiber, translation from the German Turkey, difference between the Russian
of, 419

Ambassador and the Ottoman Porte,
Scientific and literary intelligence, 65, 744 The Russian Ambassador pro-
161, 265, 365

tests against the cruelties exercised
Scott, the late John, Esq. review of his upon the Greeks, 169_Demands of

Sketches of Manners, &c. on the Con Russia on, 274 Departure of the Am-
tinent, 120

bassador from Constantinople, 275
Scott, Sir Walter, letter describing the Answer of the Turkish government to

Coronation, said to be written by, 281 the ultimatum of Russia, 374-Influ.
Scott, Mary, of Edenknow, a tale, 335 ence of the English Ambassador in,
Scottish songs, remarks on some old ones, 478---Persia commences hostilities a.
520

gainst, 603
Shetland, New South, some account of United States, navy list of the, 479
islands so called, 604

Universe, the, a poem, review of, 38

remarks on,

one, 161

Varieties Assassination of Winckleman, University of Edinburgh, degrees in Me.

66_Le Chevalier and the Plain of dicine conferred by the, 265
Troy, ibAnecdote of Richard II. 67. Water-spouts, account of a dangerous
A tale, by the late Dr Leyden, ib.
Minstrels, 68 Mineralogy of Bucha- Weights and measures, report of the
nan, ib.-Resolution of some English Commissioners on, 367
verbs, ib. Artigas, 69-Blandine, ib. Williams, Mr, the English barrister, cha.
The midnight city, 70. The smoky racter of, 247
town, ib.Toan eye, ib. Toa Queen's Wilson, General Sir Robert, dismissed

from the army, 487
Verses on the death of Napoleon, from Winckleman the antiquary, assassination

the French, 135
Wallace, a manuscript tragedy, speci. Works preparing for publication, 67,
mens of, 166

164, 269, 368, 473, 597
Washington, notice of Canova's statue Wreck, melancholy, of the Earl Moira
of, 366

packet, near Liverpool, 378

man, 70

of, 66

INDEX TO PROMOTIONS, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS.

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PROMOTIONS. Paterson, 610
ABERDEEN, Earl Rentoul, 286
of, 610

Robertson, 388
Alison, 286

Rutherford, 286
Anderson, ib. 610 Sage, 488
Black, 610

Sandford, 386
Brown, 488 Smellie, 286
Bryden, 386 Tait, 386
Burns, 286, 488 Thomson, 610
Carr, 286

Welch, 386
Chief Magistrates Young, 488
of Scots Burghs,
487

BIRTH3.
Cruickshank, 286 Anderson, 292, 494
Duff, 488

Arbuthnot, 618
Duncan, 85, 610 Aytoun, 392
Fraser, ib. 610 Balfour, 392
Henderson, ib. Ballingall 292
Heugh, 386

Barclay, 189
Jeffrey, 610 Becher, 618
Lawson, 610 Beetson, 292
Lee, 85

Bentinck, 189
Lemont, 286 Bethune, 92
Macbean, 610 Blackwell, 292
M.Kellar, 386 Blantyre, 189
M‘Leod, ib. Boath, ib.
Mackie, 488

Bonar, 392
Magistrates of Bridges, ib.
Burghus, 487

Brougham, 494
Marshall 85

Brownlaw, 292
Martin 286

Brown, ih.
Meek, ib. 610

Bruce, ib.
Members of Parlia Buchan, 189

mont, 286, 488 Buchannan, 618
Military Promo Burnett, 392
tions, 85, 184, Campbell, 92, ib.
286, 387, 488, 292, ib. 618
611

Carnegie, 495
Milwain, 498 Cathcart, 92, 392
Murray, 610 Chancellor, 495
Parliament, nem Christie, 392
members, 286 Coulson, 292

Cranborne, 618 Hume, 292, 618
Dalyell, ib,

Hunt, 618
Davidson, 495 Hunter, ib.
Dennistoun, 392 Irvine, 189
Dick, 619

Ivory, 92
Donaldson, 292 Jerdon, 92
Drummond, 618 Johnston, 495
Dry sdale, 392 Jones, 292
Dudgeon 92 Katte-Gherry, 92
Duff, 392

Kenedy, 618
Douglas, 618 Laidlaw, 292
Duncannon, 292 L'Amy, 392
Dundas, 292, 392 Leith, 189
Elliot, 618

Liddell, 495
Errol, 495

Liston, 618
Erskine, 92 Lindsay, ik
Farquharson, ib. Little, 292
Fitzroy, 392 Lockhart, 92
Fletcher, 292 Lothian, 189
Forbes, 189, 292 Lyon, 292
Fordyce, 92 M'Bean, 92
Foulis, 618

M‘Culloch, 189
Fraser, 392 Macdonald, 495, il
Freeling, 292 Macdonell, 618
Gillon, 494

Macdougall, 92
Glammis, 495 M'Farlane, 618
Gordon 92, ib. 189, Macgregor, ib
292, 293

Mackenzie, 92,189,
Graham, 189, 618 292,494, 495,618
Grant, 92

M“Kerlie, 292
Gregory, 495 M'Lachlan, 189
Greig, 392, 495 Maclaren, 392
Greenock, 189 M'Larty, 495
Grey, ib.

Maclean, 292
Halket, 495 M'Leay, 189
Hamilton, 92 Macleod, 392, 594,
Harvey, 618

618
Hay, 392

M'Nair, 189
Henderson, 495 Maconochie, 494
Hope, 189

Macqueen, 392
Horrocks, 618 Marquis, 292
Horsburgh, ib. Marshall, 618

Mason, 292
Avery, 393
Carnduff, 396

Thornton, 495
Maxwell, ib. Bailie, 190, 293 Horne, 93

Turnbull, 393
Meason, 293 Baird, ib. 294

Hunter, 189

Walker, 190—619
Mercer, 618 Baldock, 92 Hyndman, 495 Walsh, 293
Melville, 189

Ballantyne, 294 Johnstone,394,495 Warter, 393
Miller, 92
Ballard, 293

Kelburne, 293 Watson, 93, 293,
Mitchell, 292, 392 Bannermen, 294 Kerr, 294

393
Moir, 92
Barnes, 93
Ker, 619

Wauchope, 294
Monro, 292 Bell, 93, 190, 293, Kidd, ib.

Weir, 393
Murdoch, 92

294

Kilpatrick, 190 White, 294
Murray, ib. 292 Berrington, 619 Kintore, 393 Wilkinson, 92
Nairne, ib.
Brown, 92, 294,619 Knight, ib.

Wilson, 393, 619
Napier, ib. 392 Bruce, 619

Lamont, ib. Wright, ib.
Nickle, 495
Baller, 294

Lindsay, 293
Nicolson, 494
Calder, 294
Logan, 190

DEATHS.
Oakes, 494

Caldwell, 293 Loudon, 394 Abernethie, 296
Orr, 495
Campbell, 29, 190, Love, 619

A'Court, 296
Otway, ib.

393, ib. 495

Lushington, 394 Addenbrooke, 396
Paterson, 92, 189 Chandor, 294 Macdonald, 294 Affleck, 396
Payne, 293

Charlewood, 293 Macdowall, 190 Aikman, 496
Pearson, 92

Cheyne 294 Mackenzie, 93,495 Aitken, 395
Playfair, 495 Chisholm, 619 Macneal, 92 Alison, 295, 496
Plomer, 618

Christie, 495 Macworth, 293 Allan, 192, 620
Poulett, 189 Cockburn, 393 Mardon, 92

Anderson, 192, ib.
Ramsay, 92, 293 Cowan, 495 Markland, 495 295, 620
Renny, 92
Cowell 293
Mercer, 495

Arnot, 95
Richardson, 189 Cray, de, 619 Mitchell, 93 Astley, 619
Richmond, 618 Cumin, 93

Monteith, 293 Ballantyne, 95
Riddell, ib.

Denham, 495 Montgomery, 93 Barker, ib.
Robertson, 92, ib. Denny, 393 Murchison, 495 Barrett, 620
292, 618
Desbrowe, 619 Murray 92

Belfrage, 619
Rose, 292
Dewar, 393, 495

Parker, 190 Bartolozzi, 394
Ross, 494, 618 Digby, 394

Paterson, ib. 393 Baxter, 192
Scott, 392
Donald, 619
Peddie, 294

Bell, 191
Seymour, ib. Douglas, 92, 619 Perceval, 190 Bennett, ib.
Silver, 618
Dow, 393

Pinkerton, 293 Berry, 192
Shand, 92
Dunmore 393

Playfair, 190 Bethune, 295, 396
Skene, ib.
Eadie, 619

Pollock, 294 Blair, 394
Smith, 392

Erskine, 393 Prentice, 495 Bogle, 620
Spottiswoode, 189 Familton, 294

Rankine, 393 Boog, 94
Stainton, 618 Finnie, 393

Rattray, 190 Boswell, 395
Stein, 392

Fletcher, 393 Reardon, 294 Bothwell, 620
Stewart, 92, 292, Fogo, 93

Reid, 93

Boyd, ib.
392, 494,
Fraser, 495
Renton, 495

Boyes, 496
Strungford, 393 Fullerton, 293 Ritchie, 393 Boyle, 192
Stuart, 392
Gair, 293

Robertson, 92, 190, Brands, 94
Tawss, 392
Gibson, 93

294, ib.

Brodie, 296
Tod, 292, 495 Gifford, 93

Russel, 619 Brougham, 295
Torphichen, 494 Glegg, 619

Scott, 190, 293 Broughton, 95
Tyron, 189
Glenorchy, 619 Sibbald, 49

Brown, 192, ib.
Tytler, 495

Gordon, 495, 619 Sinclair, 190
Walker, 618

394, 896, 495,
Graham, 293, 495 Smith, 93, 293 620
Watts, 292
Grant, 293

Somerset, 293 Brownlie, 94
Wauchope, 495 Gresley, 93

Spear, 293
White, 619

Bruce, 620
Hackett, 495

Sprot, 619
Windsor, 292

Brymer, 295
Harris, 93

Stephen, ib.
Wynne, 618

Buchanan, 94, ib.
Hawke, 293 Stewart, 393
Young, ib.

Burnett, 395
Hay, 495

Strachan, ib.
Younghusband, 92

Burnside, 95
Head, 190
Straker, ib.

Cadell, 93, 190
Hill, 293, 393,495, Stuart, 93,293,495, Cairns, 620
MARRIAGES, ib.

619

Cameron, 190, 296
Allen, 394
Hobbs, 619

Sykes, 293
Alston, 294

Campbell, 94, ib.
Hobson, 393 Taylor, 190

ib. 95, 96, 191,
Anderson, 393, 495 Hogg, 619

Thom, 293

ib. 192, ib. 394,
Arnot, 294
Hope, ib.

Thomson, 393 ib. ib. 496, 620

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