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Craniad, a Satirical Poem, review of, 212.
Glass, Essay on the Painting on, cxxxix.
Glauber Salts, natural sort, Ixiii.
Glenie, Memoirs of James, ccclxxviii.
Goethe, Errors in the Edinburgh Review, on the Memoirs Gazettes in two volumes, two series of paging will be found. Curran, John Philpot, Memoirs of, cclxvii, cccxlv.
of, 341. The Arabic figures refer to Parts I. and II.; those in RoCzerny Georges, Memoirs of, clvii.
- Memoirs of, cccliii, ccclxxxviii. man, to Parts III. and IV.
Golownin, Capt. Curious Adventures of, 182.
Dangeau, Memoirs du Marquis de, review of, 307. Good Sense and Beauty, relative value of, 205.
Gouffier, Memoirs of the Count Choiseuil, lxxvi.
Decameron, the Bibliographical, review of, cccci. Grant's Monody on Sheridan, review of, cccxxxix.
Grant, (see Rayinond) Memoirs of, cclxxxi.
Grave of the Convict, a poem, review of, cclxi.
Deshouliers, Madanie, Anecdote of, cclxxxvii, ccclxiii. Greece, Haller and Cockerell's Travels in, 25. Alceste, M'Leod's Account of the Voyage of the, cclxxxix, De Stael, Madame, Memoirs and Anecdotes of, 43, 113, Gregoire, Plan for a General Association of Scientific eccviii. 317.
Men, by the Abbé, 4, 17, 51, 66, 98. Alexander, Anecdote of the Emperor, 248.
Deux Pont's Library, account of, 26. 31 Ali Pacha, Memoirs of, ccxcv, cccxiii, cccxxvii.
Diamonds, factitious, produced by the blow.pipe, 39. Hakewell's History of Windsor, review of, clxxix, cxcvi. Alix, New Theory of the Earth, by General, 177. Dictionary of Spanish Painters, review of, 118.
Hamlet, Remarks on Mr. Kean's, 92. Refuted, 192.
Disturbances, rise and progress of the late, review of, Harold the Dauntless, ia poem, review of, 117. Ambrosian Library, account of, 97, cclxii.
Harps, an Improvement in, 56.
Harrington and Ormond, tales, review of, iv.
Hazlitt's Characters of Shakspeare's Plays, cccxvii.
Hauy, Traite des Pierres précieuses, review of, ccelis. Armata, Parts 1 and 2, review of, 97, li.
Drama, review and register of the, 19, 60, 76, 92, 109, 121, Haydn, review of the Life of, 321. | Artificial Heat, Experiments of, 71.
135, 151, 167, 185, 200, 217, 234, 250, 266, 286, 301, Heights, New Mode of determining, 161. Athens, Topography of, iii, ccxiii, cclxv, cccxxxi, cccliv. 314, 331, 349, 365.-xiii, xxviii, xliii, Ixi, lxxvi, xciii, Home of Love, a poem, review of, 85. ccccix.
civ, criii, cxxv, cxlii, clviii, clxxi, clxxxviii, cciv, ccxx, Horner, Francis, Memoirs of, 106, 245. Augustan Writers, and Edinburgh Reviewers, 249.
ccxxxvi, celii, cclxx, cclxxxiii, ceci, cccxvii, cccxxxiv, Horsley, Bishop, Error corrected respecting, 310. Aurora Borealis, account of, 82.
cccxlviii, ccclxiv, ccclxxx, ccclxxxvi, cccxcvi, ccccxiii. Horticultural Experiments, account of, cclxxxi, Dramatic Composition, 289, civ.
House of Mourning, a poem, by Scott, review of, 163. Bakewell, Mr. account of his Lectures, 278.
Dubois, Description of the People of India, by the Abbe, Hume, Unpublished Letters of David, 9, 27, 113, cel, Bareges, the Baths of, 95.
cclxxviii, cccxli, ccclvi, ccclxxv. | Barometers, Improvements in, 23.
Duckworth, Sir J. T. Memoirs of, clxxxiii.
Huskisson's Letter on Agricultural Interests, xxxiii.
Hydrophobia, Cure for the, cccxxv, ccccx.
Inquest, A very singular, 169.
Inquisition, Account of the, 269.
Ireland, Letters on, 280, 288, 327.
Harrington and Ormond, review of, iv. Italy, The state of the Arts in, cclxiii.
- Magazine, review of, cxlvii.
Jacquin's Icones Plantarum, An accoant of, 58. Booth, Mr. Remarks on his Acting, First Appearance, 60, Education, Remarks on the Modern Mode of, 361. Jacquier, Memoirs of Baron Von, ccclxxviji. 78, 93.
Ellis's Account of the Embassy to China, review of, ccxxv, James's Occurrences of the late War, Review of, cccxxiii. Bowdler's Select Pieces, review of, 338.
Janssens, the Sculptor, Memoir of, 135.
Jobs of Gaunt, whimsical benefaction of, cce.
Joseph, 2d Emperor of Germany, Anecdote of, 37.
Journal des Savans, Extracts from, cclxxvii.
Juliet's Tomb at Verona, Account of, 129.
Esterhazy Gallery, account of the, 349.
Evening Hours, a collection of poems, review of, cccxi.
Exhibition of Paintings at Somerset House, remarks on, Kean, Mr., Original Anecdote of, 10-Comparison with Burgoing's Letters on Sweden, celi, cclxvii, cccxvi, 184, 232, 248, 249, 263, 281, 299, 312, 329, 346, 359. Kemble, 76. cccxxxii, cccxl, ccclviii, ccclxxv, ccccix.
Kemble, Retirement from the stage, 363— Farewell dioner, Burrow's Reply to Wilkins on the Topography of Athens, Female Dress, Remarks on, 120, 135.
364. X.-Review of his Macbeth and Richard, ii. cclxv, cccliv. Female Tourists, 33.
Kentucky, Account of a Cavern in, 178.
Klaproth, Biographical Memoirs of, 74.
59, 75, 107, 149_Hayden's Historical Picture, 214– Kotzebue, Voyage round the World, by Otto Von, 209, General, Anecdote of, 349.
Letters of an Artist on the, cv, cxix, clii Styles of xviii, xxxv, liii.
Art in Landscape Painting, ccxxxii, ccxlvii, cclxiiCambridge Prize Essays for the year, 11.
Royal Academy Exhibition of, 184, 239, 248, 249, Lalla Rookh, by Moore, Review of, 292. Campbell, Remarks on the Poetical Talent of, 196.
263, 284, 299, 312, 329, 346, 359, cclxxvi-West's Death Learned Precocity, Account of a, 39. Canova on the Elgin Marbles, cccxciii.
on the Pale Horse, cclxxxvi, ccxciii-David's Cupid Learned Societies, English and Foreign, The Proceedings Carlsbad, Warın Baths of, ccxv.
and Psyche, 312-Prints engraved from Stothard's of, 11, 48, 43, 59, 75, 91, 107, 175, 191, 203, 239, 255, Carter, John, Memoirs of, ccxxxiv.
Pilgrims, cccxxiv-Turnerelli's Bust of the Princess 271, 297, 314, 331, 347,-xii, xxviii, xli, lvii, ixxi, Catalani, Anecdote of, 302.
Charlotte, cccxliii-Engraved Gems, ccclviii-Forty. Ixxxix, cvi, cxx, clui, clxvi, clxxxvii, ccxix, celov, Cartoons of Raphael, Studies from, 39.
ninth Anniversary of the Royal Academy, ccclxxx cclxxvii, ccxcv, cccxxix, ccccx. Cazalet, Memoir of, cciii.
Lectures at the Royal Academy, cccxciii—Instiinte Leopoldskrone Gallery, Pictures in the, 215. Chanceryana, cxix.
of France, cccxcv.
Letters from the Cape, a Review of, cclxxii.
Letters from London, 5, 18, 34, 52, 99, 314.
Forbin, Tableau de Monsieur le Comte, review of, vii. Letters of a Swiss Traveller, 355, vii. Chesterfield's Letters to his Nephew, review of. 67. France, by Lady Morgan, analysis and review of, 290, 354, Lettsom, Dr. Life of, by Pettigrew, Review of, 53. Climate, Botanical Effects of the, 146.
Leyden's discoveries in Africa, Review of, lxvii.
Liberty of the Press, Essay on the, 55.
Lighi, newly discovered properties of, 144.
Lilliputian Performers, ccclxxx.
Literary and Scientific Intelligence, 15, 30, 47, 63,79,93,
110, 127, 159, 174, 190, 207, 223, 271, 487, 303, 319, Zapolya, a Poem, review of, cccvii.
Freygang's Letters on the Caucassus and Georgia, 325, 338. 335, 351, 359, 367-xv, lxiii, lxxx, cxii, cxxviii, clxii, Colman, the Eccentricities for Edinburgh, review of, 21.
clxxv, cxci, ccvii, ccxxiii, ccxxxix, cclv, cclxxi, Colton's Confiagration of Moscow, a Poem, review of, 85. Gall and Spurzheim's Physiognomy, Reinarks on, 115. cclxxxvii, ccciii, cccxix, cccxxxv, cccl, ccclxv ii, Columbus, Original Letter of, ccclvi. Galvanism applied to Clockwork, cxxxvii.
ccclxxxii. ccccxiv, Comforts of Old Age, by Sir T. Bernard, review of, 163.
-- Experiments in, 79.
Literary Hoax, accouut of, lxxxvi. Congo, an account of the Voyage of the to the Congo, by Gas, Curious Facts relative to, 99, 357.
Literary Men, wives of, 28. Capt Tuckey, iii, xcvii, cxiii, cxxix,cxlv, clxi, clxxxiv, George the First, Anecdote of, 59.
Literary Intelligence, cccxcix. clxxxvi, clxxxvii, cc, ccxvi, ccxlviii, cclxiv, cccxxv. George the Second, Anecdote of, cxxxvi.
Literalure, The extension of, 8. Cook, the Real Canse of the Death of Capt. James, cclxxxi, Georges, Madame, Anecdote of, 302.
Literature of North America, 8. cccxl. German Bon Mot, cccxcviii.
Lithography, discoveries and improvements in), 185, 1906 Cooke, Kernble, and Kean, compared, 77. German Drama, remarks on, 29, 61.
283, 278, cclxii-Of no modern invention, lv. Crabs, the Natural History of, 195.
German Literature, review of, ccxlvii.
Maclenn's, Dr. Experiments on the Plagne, 209.
by Garrick, 279—Epitaph for Lord Erskine, by Ball, First, clxiii-Character of a true Englishman, cixiy Mac Vabon, Sir Joh, Memoir of, clxxxiv.
279—Delia to Lord Byron, 355--Dramatie Skelch, -A French Anecdote, cxcix--An Eastern Tale, c üi Mad Dog, A cure for the bite of, fxiii.
ix--Impromptu, by Campbell, xli-The Devil Fish -German Ceremony, ccxiv-- The Enneabionians Maio's Philo and Porphyry, Preface to, 411.
ing, xii--On Chantry's monument for two Children, ccxix, ccxxxir--Frederick III, of Germany, Journey Mandeville, by Godwin, review of, ccclxxxvi.
lvin-Smiles, by Mrs. Rolls, Ixiii-Street Talkers, to Roine, ccxxxi-Russian Anecdote, cclviiManfitd, a Tragedy, review of, 325, 336.
xxxvi-Sonnet from Petrarch, Ixxxvii--Verses by G. The Ashantee African Nation, cccxii-Furnished Manuel, a Tragedy, review of, 148.
Crabbe, cvii-Iofancy and Age cv-Jolio Buil, cxix Hotels, cccxlvi-Mont Cervid, ccclxi-Anecdote of Manuscrit Vetu de St. Helene, review of, 179.
Fiction, cxix--Forty Years Ago, cxxxviii-To a Friend the Court of Portugal, ccclxxix--Du Bonheur que Mariner's account of the Tonga Islands, reviow of, 35. who cnried the Author his continued flow of spirits, procure l'Etude, cccxci. Marlborough, Memoir of the Duke of, 197.
cliii -- Thirteenth labour of Hercules, clxvi — The Society of Arts, Proceedings of thie, lv, ccclxxix. Marmontel's Lucan's Pharsalia, review of, 42.
Spectre no Ghost, clxxxviii-Tufant Love, cxcix-- Southey, Remarks on the Poetry of Mr. 210--History of Martelly the Actor, Memoir of, clvii.
Vision of Speckbachr, ccxix-The Moslem Bridal Brazil, review of, 213-Defence of his Poetry, 927 Massinger's Beauties by Porter, review of clxii.
Song, ccxix-Czerui Georges, ccxxxiii-Guy Lusig. Memoir, 281. Medea, an Improvisated Tragedy by Sgricci, 149.
nan, ccl-Old Mau's Song, cel --The Loo Table, ccl- Spanisha America, account of the Revolution in, xcix , Medicine, useful discoveries in, 139.
The Dead Sea, cclxr-The Legends of Mona, cclxv cxviii. Melendez, the Spanish Acacrcon, Death of, lx.
The Death Song from the Arabic, cexcix-The Prin. Spanish Widow, Auecdote of, ccccxi. Melincourt, a Novel, review of, 132.
cess Charlotte, cccxv-Elighted Hope; cccxxvii-A Spence's Letters from the Highlands, review of, 394. Memoirs of the French Revolution, review of, cxcv.
Portrait, cccxliv-Maid of Tees, cccxliv— Pride's Mis. Spontaneous Combustion, 131. Mental weakness, Singular instance of, 103.
takc, ccclx-Banks of the Stour, cecix-The Dis Stael, Madame de, Auecdotes of, 49, 113, 317-Memoir, Metcorological Reports, cxliv, caci, ccvii, ccxxiii, ccxxxix, contented Man, ccclx-Charade to M. ccclx-The Iviii.
cclvi, cclxxxvii, ccciii, cecxix,cecli, ccclxvii, ccclxxxiii. Storm--Life and Death, ccclxxvii, — Tippoo Sultaun, Steam made useful to Naval Purposes, 941. cccxcix.
Stephens's Greek Thesaurus, review of, ccelxx.
Stones, Meteoric, singular fact relative to, 40.
Political Events and News, a Digest of, xv, xxix, xlvi, Stop a Moment, cvii. Dritchell's Short Iland, review of, ccclxxxvii.
Ixi, lxxix, xciii, čx, cxxvi, cxlii, clviii, clxxiv, cxc, Storace, Signora, Memoir of, clxix. Model for a Temple of Victory, 203.
cevi, ccxxii, ccxxxviii, ccliv, cclxxi, cclxxxs, cccii, Stuart Papers at Rome, some Account of the, lxxiii. Monsigny the Composer, Memoir of, 27.
cccxviii, cccxxxiv, cccxlviii, ccclxvi, ccclxxxii, Snard, Memoir of, cecxxx. Monument, Hints for a National, 184.
Sun, some Account of Spots in the, 178. Vozart, History of the Requiem of, 166-Anecdote of, Pompeii, Discoveries made at, 25, 117, 207, 208. 359.
Ponsonby, Memoir of the Right Hon. Gcorge, xxx, lxxv., Talma, Anecdotes and Memoir of, 316, 364, ciii. Yudford's account of the Battle of Waterloo, with co- Portraits in thigh Life, 203, 220, 237, 253, 967.
Taste in Female Dress, an Essay on, 28, 311. loured plates, review of, lxxxi. Printing, Invention and Origin of, cccxi.
Taylor's Correspondence of a Mother and her Daughter Munito, The mode of educating the Dog, 170. Prussian Literature, account of, 82.
review of, cxlviii. Music, Singular facts relative to. 38.
'Thoughts on Cruelty to Animals, cli. Musical Instruments, improvements in, 107. Quarterly Reriew, Remarks on the, 81, 357.
Thunder Storm, Precautions necessary in a, xcs.
Thurlow, Lord, Anecdote of, cxliii.
Torpedo, Curious particulars of the, 141.
Tortoise, the Natural History of the Yellow, 195.
Raymond, Memoir of James Grant, cclxxxi. Nicholas' Voyage to New Zealand, review of, exciii, ccix, Reft Rob, a Scottish Tale, review of, cxxxiv.
Townshend, Anecdote of Lord John, 11.
Trade, the Revival of, 160. ccxxviii, ccxlii.
Revnel's, Major, Expedition of Cyrus, review of, 84. Treadgold's Remarks on Colours iu Female Dress, 120. Nichols's Literary History of the 18th century, review Reynard's Chart of History, review of, ccxi.
Tuckey's Voyage to the Congo, xcvii, cxiii, cxxix, cxlv, of 181. Richter's Travels in Egypt and Nubia, 9.
clxi, clxxxie, clxxxvi, cxxxvii, cc, ccxvi, cexlviii, Norfolk Window, Remarks on the grand, 263 Robbery, a rery singular sort of, 90.
Memoir, 10. North America, Discoveries in, 55, 105.
Roman Antiquities discovered in France, 83-Iu Swit- Tweddel's Remaius, account of, 38. Northern Star, the, review of, ccccv.
zerland, 225-At Canstatt, 241. Numismatic Anecdote, 23.
Type-fouoding, Improvements in, 8.
Rome, Naples, and Florence, by Couat Stendhal, review Vallia's Experiments on the Yellow Fever, 226.
Varieties.--Musical Fingering, xlvi-Optical Wonders, Opera Italian, 14, 28, 45, 60, 78,91, 120, 135, 151, 165, 185, Rostock Library, account of the, 41.
xlvii-- British Ingtitution, xlvii-Animal Poisons, lxii 199, 216, 234, 249, 265, 285, 300, 314, xxviii, xliii. Rostrum, Ogilvy's Lectures on the, sli, lxxx.
- Frencia Journals, cxxvii-Nelson's Pillar, cxxviiOratorios, account of the, 91, 108, 136, 151. Rough Sketch of Bath, cxcvii.
Eruptions of Vesuvius, cxliii-Lithographic Stones, Oudine, a Tale, review of, cccxxxix.
Round Table Essays, exposure of their tendency, 228, clix-Romeo and Juliet, celv--Herculaneum MSS. Oxford, Prize Essays for the year at, 11.
cclxxi-- Agricultural Experiments, 303—Paradise, an Rousseau, Remarks on the private Character of, celi.
Eastern Tale, cccxix-Theatrical Practices, ccccxiv. Painting, Discouragements to Historic, 183, 214.
Royal Society, 49-Anniversary Meeting of the, ecclxxvii. Vegetable Phosphorus Discovered, 38. Painting, Essays on Glass, xxvi, cxxxix.
Russian Literature, the confined state of, 103, 182. Vinci Da, Remarks on the Last Supper by L. Ixi, lxx. Paniphlets, their origin, cclviii.
Violin, Improvements on the, clxiv. Pamphleteer, review of, cclviii.
Sadler's Aerial Voyage, account of, cccxxxviii. Panorama D'Aogleterre, ccxxx,
Saxe Cobourg, Death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales Wales, Travels of H. R. II. the Princess of, 277, 295– Paris, a Poem, review of, vi,
and of, cccii-Ode to her Memory, cccvii--Funeral, Private Letters from, 154. Paris, au, 18 Siecle, 19. cecxxxiv.
Death of IT. R. 11. the Princess Charlotte of, Parisian Galleries, account of the, Saxe, Ave dore of the Count de, clxix.
cccii, cccv-Ode to her Memory, ccevi-Funeral, Pastorini's Isistory of Legislation, ccclxxiv. Saxon Literature, the Progress of, 17.
cccxxxiv. Pastor's lire Side, review of, 100. Schiller, Memoir of the l'oet, 90.
Walmoden Gallery, account of the Pictures in the, 154.
Walpole's Turkey, review of, ccclxix.
Wanderer in Ceylov, a Poem, review of, !xxxi.
Watkius's Life of Sheridan, 19, ccxci.
Wat Tyler, a Dramatic Poem, review of, 147. 338.
Sheridas, R. B. Original Anecdote of, 10— Review of Dr.- Waterloo, Mudford's Account of the Battle of, lxxxi. Pinnock's Catechisms, review of, ccxlv.
Watkins's Lite of, 19, ccxci-The Rivals, 30-Tbei Werner, Memoir of, xci- Funeral, cri. Plague, Experiments relative to the, 104, 147.
Rivals Vindicated, 50--Anecdote, 58.
West's Death on the Pale Horse, remarks on, eclozivi, Plumptre's Residence in Ireland, review of, 261. Simond, Voyage en Angleterre, review of, ccccvii.
ccxciii. Poetic Impressions, review of, cxxxii. Sismondi's Italian Republics, review of, 149.
Whistlecraft's Poems, review of, xxxv. Poetry, Original - Sounet to the Moon, 11– Inedited Six Weeks at Long's, a Novel, review of, 69.
Wilkie, an Account of the Pictures by, 134. Somet by Gray, 43 --Motto for a Classical Temple, Skeleton, Discovery of a Curious, cccxciii.
Wilkins on the Topography of Athens, ccxiii, cccxxxi, by Ilannah Moore, 43 - Fitzpatrick's answer to Sketch of the Military Power of Russia in 1817, review ccccix. Gray's Sonnet, 59-The Idcals, from Schiller, 74 of, 177
Wilna, the Orphan of, 170. On Hilton's Picture of the Dule of Wellington. 90- Sketches of Society:- British Females, 140 - British Gen. Wivos of Literary Men, 28. Juquietude of Man, 91-Conjugal Felicity, 107--On tlemen, 159-Elegant of the 18th and 19th Century, Woodforde, Memoir of Samuel, clxx, clsxx. Mr. Lauc's Portraits, 107-Night, by W. Cary, 118– 176— Modern Farmers' Daughters, 188--Ways and word in Season for my Country, review of, cxlviii. Flower of Love, 118--On the Imprisonment of Tasso, Means, 202—New Ways to Pay Old Debts, 217—The Wordsworth, a Defence of the Poetry of Mr. 557. 133-Buonaparte at St. Helena, 138-Baron de Ber. Manæuvring Family, 034—The Whiskers, 331-— The Wynn's Tiine-keeper, a Description of, xcvii. gamo, 164-To the Memory of Sophia, 182–Iligh. Bearnois, xlii—The Wronghead Family, Ivii-The lander's retorn, 182–The Spring, 198—Night, by Ju. Play at Venice, Ixxii-Laugh or Cry, Tableaux Vi. venis, 198--Imitations of Schiller, 216–Duetto from vaus, xc—À Spanish Story, cxxii, cxli, clvii, clxv | Zapolya, a Christinas Tale, review of, cccvii. Don Giovanni, 214-On Almack's Assembly Rooms, --Parisian Manners, cxxiii-Origin of Holyhead, Zuma ou la Decouverte du Quinquina, review of, 50, 473-On the Duchess of Deroushire, wid: feathers, cxlix-Warm Baths, chir-Character of James the Xxxvji.
END OF PART IV., AND OF VOL. I.