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ACROPLIS of Athens, Siege of; in the years
1821-22, 193-Those who planned the
revolution of Greece, could not have
chosen a better moment, 193-Con-
dition of the inhabitants of Athens, 194
-The camp of Menidi, 194-Attack
and taking of Athens by the Greeks,
195- A Turkish woman burned by
the Greeks as a witch, 195-Inef-
fectual sally of the Albanese, 196-
Omer Pacha and Mehemet Pacha come
with five thousand men to the relief of
the Turks, 196-The Greeks are forced
to raise the siege and leave Athens,
197-The monument of Lysicrates,
197-Athens is taken again by the
Greeks, 198-Great events in the
Morea, 199-Arrival of Ypsilanti, 199
-Antiquities of Athens, 200--Begin-
ning of the bombardment of the Acro-
polis, 200-The Turks are in want of
water, 202-Suspension of hostilities,
203-Two chiefs of the Turks come
from the citadel, for the purpose of
treating with the Greeks, 203-Sur-
render of the fortress, and its condi-
Books, Monthly Advice to Purchasers
of, 121, 267, 422, 560-Finlayson's
Mission to Siam and Hué, 122-
Granby, a novel, 124-Butler's Life
of Erasmus, 125-Poole's Essay on
Education, 125-Pandurang Hàrí, 126
-Brady's Varieties of Literature, 127
-Clara Gazul's Plays, 127-Olinthus
Gregory's Mathematics, 132-Hyman
Hurwitz's Hebrew Tales, 270-Ad-
ventures of a Young Rifleman, 422-
Cradock's Literary and Miscellaneous
Brambletye House, reviewed, 318.
Brydges, Sir Egerton, and the New
Monthly Magazine, 382.
Butleriana, from unpublished manu-
Butterflies, the Temple of, 495..
Cambridge University, the, 229-289.
Cant, progress of, 45.
Characters from unpublished manuscripts
of the author of Hudibras, 401-An
usurer, 401-A catchpole, 401-A
sailor, 402-The modish man, 403-
An impostor, 403-A gamester, 404-
A merchant, 404-A player, 405.
Charles II. manners of the court of, 105.
Chateaubriand's Sketch of the Roman
History, 394-Cæsar, 394-Augustus,
394 Tiberius, 394- Caligula and
Claudius, 395-Nero, 395- Galba,
395-Otho, 396- Vitellius, 396-
Marcus Aurelius, 396-Commodus,
397-Pertinax, 397-Didius, 397-
Severus, 397-Caracalla, 397-Ma-
crinus, 398 Heliogabalus, 398-
Alexander Severus, 398-Maximinus,
398-Gordianus Pius, 399-Philip,
399-Decius, 399- Invasion of the
Courtship and Marriage, 37.
Currency, Proceedings in Parliament re-
lative to the, 413.
Diary of a Constant Reader for the
month of December, 76-For the
month of January, 209-For the month
of February, 369-For the month of
Dilettante Physic, 87.
Done's Imprisonment in France, Narra-
tive of, 26-Is destined for the fortress
of Bitche, 27-Returns to Verdun,
28-Anecdotes between British and
Verdunians, 29-He escapes from
Verdun and is retaken at St. Maloes,