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lower orders. It is not our province to be able to induce their friends (10 a certain Pierre-Nicolas Guerin died at Paris on the dwell on the atrocious conduct of the degree) to form a part of the auditory," in 21st October, aged 65. He was the autlar el rabble insulting justice in her seat, and other words, money for the theatre and ap- Thonghts from Juvenal's Satires, with a French intimidating her administration.
Nei plause for the actor, are indispensable to this translation; to which on a second edition was ther shall we comment upon the wretch who can wonder at the shouts which are
honest bargain. Such things being done, added Thoughts from Persius in the same naued artifice played off by Hone and his lavished on bad performers and bad pieces. partizans in disclaiming the purpose of an auditory of friends, though modestly TO CORRESPONDENTS. republishing these parodies except in the limited to a certain degree," will account Our Correspondent styling himself " a mast lkoreport of the trial, and raising a clamour for a hitherto inexplicable phenomenon.
rough Anti-Godwinite," and censuring the Rericu against any person's being so wicked as to M. Giseke, a learned mineralogist of Ger- of Mandeville which appeared in the Literery Ge
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description of a curious but little- to passione ment.
Who would take a dog with two tails, of a kitta
with six legs, as models whence to delineate the LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.
characteristics of the canine or feline species? VARIETIES.
Lord Byron's Giaour, intituled the “ Frag. THEATRICAL PRACTICES. -- Something of ment of a Turkish Novel,” has been translated London : Printed for the Proprietors by the impartial composition of theatrical an- into Italian verse by Pellegrino Rossi.
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Roads, in Town or Country.
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 Memoir
Memoirs of, cccliii, ccclxxxviii.
Golownin, Capt. Curious Adventures of, 182.
Dangeau, Memoirs du Marquis de, review of, 307. Good Seose and Beauty, relative value of, 205.
Gouffier, Memoirs of the Count Choiseuil, lxxvi.
Grant's Monody on Sheridan, review of, cccxxxix.
Grant, (see Raymond) Memoirs of, cclxxxi.
Grave of the Convict, a poem, review of, cclxi.
Deshouliers, Madame, Anecdote of, cclxxxvii, ccclxiü. Greece, Haller and Cockerell's Travels in, 25.
Men, by the Abbé, 4, 17, 51, 66, 98.
Deux Pont's Library, account of, 26.
Diamonds, factitious, produced by the blow.pipe, 39. Hakewell's History of Windsor, review of, clxxix, cxcvi.
Hainlet, Remarks on Mr. Kean's, 92.
Disturbances, rise and progress of the late, review of, Harold the Dauntless, a poem, review of, 117.
Harps, an Improvement in, 56.
Harrington and Ormond, tales, review of, iv.
Hazlitt's Characters of Shakspeare's Plays, cccxvij.
Hauy, Traite des Pierres précieuses, review of, ccclis.
Drama, review and register of the, 12, 60, 76, 99, 109, 121, Haydn, review of the Life of, 321.
135, 151, 167, 185, 200, 217, 234, 250, 266, 286, 301, Heights, New Mode of determining, 161.
civ, cviii, cxxv, cxlii, clviii, clxxi, clxxxviii, cciv, ccxx, Horner, Francis, Memoirs of, 106, 245.
ccxxxvi, celii, cclxx, cclxxxiii, ccci, cccxvii, cccxxxiv, Horsley, Bishop, Error corrected respecting, 310.
cccxlviii, ccclxiv, ccclxxx, ccclxxxvi, cccxcvi, ccccxiii. Horticultural Experiments, account of, cclxxxi,
House of Mourning, a poem, by Scott, review of, 163.
Dubois, Description of the People of India, by the Abbe, Hume, Unpublished Letters of David, 9, 27, 113, cel,
cclxxvii, cccxli, ccclvi, ccclxxv.
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 accoont of, 58.
Ellis's Account of the Embassy to China, review of, ccxxv, James's Occurrences of the late War, Review of, cccxxiii.
Janssens, the Sculptor, Memoir of, 135.
Jobo of Gaunt, whimsical benefaction of, ccc.
Joseph, 2d Emperor of Gerinany, Anecdole 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.
Exhibitiou of Paintings at Somerset House, remarks on, Kean, Mr., Original Anecdote of, 10-Comparison with
Kemble, Retirement from the stage, 363— Farewell dinner,
364. X.- Review of his Macbeth and Richard, ii.
Kentucky, Account of a Cavern in, 178.
Klaproth, Biographical Memoirs of, 74.
59, 75, 107, 119_Hayden's Historical Picture, 214- Kotzebue, Voyage round the World, by Otto Von, 209,
Letters of an Artist on the, cv, cxix, clii-Styles of xviii, xxxv, liii.
Art in Landscape Painting, ccxxxii, ccxlvii, cclxii-
Royal Academy Exhibition of, 184, 239, 248, 249, Lalla Rookh, by Moore, Review of, 292.
263, 284, 299, 312, 329, 346, 359, cclxxvi-West's Death Learned Precocity, Account of a, 39.
on the Pale Horse, cclxxxvi, ccxciii-David's Cupid Learned Societies, English and Foreign, The Proceedings
and Psyche, 312—Prints engraved from Stothard's of, 11, 28, 43, 59, 75, 91, 107, 175, 191, 293239, 255,
Pilgrims, cccxxiv—Turnerelli's Bust of the Princess 271, 297, 314, 331, 347,-xii, xxviii, xli, lvii, ixxi,
Charlotte, cccxliii--Engraved Gems, ccclviii-Forty lxxxix, cvi, cxx, clii, clxvi, clxxxvii, ccxix, celxv,
ninth Anniversary of the Royal Academy, ccclxxx cclxxvii, ccxcv, cccxxix, ccccx.
Lectures at the Royal Academy, cccxciij-Instiinte Leopoldskrone Gallery, Pictures in the, 215.
of France, cccxcv.
Letters from the Cape, a Review of, cclxxiii.
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.
Leyden's discoveries in Africa, Review of, lxvii.
Liberty of the Press, Essay on the, 55.
Light, 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, 287, 303, 319,
Freygang's Letters on the Caucassus and Georgia, 325, 338. 335, 351, 359, 367 --Xv, lxiii, lxxx, cxii, cxxviii, clxii,
clxxv, exci, cevii, ccxxiii, ccxxxix, celv, cclxxi,
Experiments in, 72.
Literary Hoax, account of, lxxxvi.
Literary Men, wives of, 28.
Literary Intelligence, cccxcix.
Literature, The extension of, 8.
Literature of North America, 8.
Lithography, discoveries and improvements in, 185, 1966
285, 278, cclxii-Of no modern invention, lv.
German Literature, review of, ccclvii.
-Parizian Manners, cxxiii-Origin of Holyhead, Zuma ou la Découverte du Quinquina, leview of, 90,
by Garrick, 279—Epitaph for Lord Erskine, by Ball,
First, clxiis-Character of a true Englishuesa, ria.
279-Delia to Lord Byron, 355—Dramatie Skelch,
-A Freach Anecdote, cxcix-An Eastern Tale, e à
ix-Impromptu, by Campbell, xli--The Devil Fishi-
ing, xli-Ou Chantry's monument for two children,
-German Ceremony, ccxiv- The Enneabions
cexix, cesxxiv- Frederick III, of Germany, Journey
Ivi Smiles, by Mrs. Rolls, Ixiij-Street Talkers,
to Roine, ccxxxi-Russian Anecdote, en
xxxvii-Sonnet from Petrarch, Ixxxvii--Verses by G.
The Ashantee African Nation, cccxi-Furnisons
Crabbe, cvij--Infancy and Age ev-John Buil, cxix---
Fiction, cxix-Forty Years Ago, cxxxviii-To a Friend
Hotels, cccxlvi-Mont Cervin, ccclxi-Aserdote
the Court of Portugal, ccclxxix-Du Bouleur
cliii -- Thirteenth lavour of Hercules, clxvi — The Society of Arts, Proceedings of the, lv, ceclxxix.
procure l'Étude, cccxci.
Spectre uo Ghost, clxxxviii-Tufant Love, cxcix-Southes, Remarks on the Poetry of Mr. 210—"Tistory vi
Vision of Speckbachr, ccxix-The Moslem Bridal
Song, cexix-Czerui Georges, cexxxiii-Guy Lusig-
Brazil, review of, 213-Defence of his Poety, 42-
nan, tch--Old Mau's Sons, cct-The Loo Table, ccl- Spanish America, account of the Revolution is, six,
The Dead Sea, cclxı-The Legends of Mona, cclxv-
The Death Song from the Arabic, ccxcix-The Prin- Spanish Widow, Auecdote of, ccccxi.
cess Charlotte, cccxx--Flighted Hope; cccxxvii-Spence's Letters from the Highlands, review of, 194.
Portrait, cccxliv-Maid of Tees, cccxliv---Pride's Mis. Spontaneous Combustion, 131.
takc, ccclx-Banks of the Slour, ccclx-The Dis. Stael, Madame de, Auecdotes of, 49, 113, 117–Memes,
cclvi, cclxxxvii, ecciii, cccxix,cccli, ccclxvii,ccclxxxiii, Storm-Life and Deatlı, ceclxxvií, --Tippoo Sultaun, Steam made useful to Naval Purposes, 241.
Stephens's Greek Thesaurus, review of, ccelxx.
Stones, Meteoric, singular fact relative to, 10.
Ixi, lxxix, xciii, cx, cxxvi, cxlii, clviii, clxxir, cxc, Storace, Signora, Memoir of, clxix.
cevi, ccxxii, ccxxxviii, coliv, cclxxi, cclxxxv, cccii, Stuart Papers at Rome, some Account of the, Ixxlii.
cccxviii, cccxxxiv, cccxlvii, ccclxvi, ccclxxxii, Suard, Memoir of, cocxxx.
Sun, some Account of Spots is the, 178.
Ponsonby, Memoir of the Right Hon. Gcorge, xxx, Ixxy.. Talma, Anecdotes and Memoir of, 316, 364, ciui,
Taste in Female Dress, an Essay on, 288, 311.
Taylor's Correspondince of a Mother and her Daughter
review of, cxlviii.
Thoughts on Cruelty to Animals, cli.
Thunder Storm, Precautions necessary is a, xes.
Thurlow, Lord, Anecdote of, cxliii.
Torpedo, Curious particulars of the, 144.
Tortoise, the Natural flistory of the Sellos, 195.
Townshend, Anecdote of Lord John, 11.
Trade, the Revival of, 100.
Treadgold's Remarks on Colours io Female Dress, 160.
Tuckey's Voyage to the Congo, xcvii, cxii, cxxia, cule,
clxi, clxxxix, clxxxvi, cxxxvii, ce, ccxvi, calvin,
Roman Antiquities discovered in France, 83–19 Swit-Tweddel's Remains, account of, 38.
zerland, 225-At Canstatt, 241.
Type-fouuding, Improvements in, 8.
Rome, Naples, and Florence, by Count Stendhal, review Vallia's Experiments on the Yellow Fever, 026.
Varieties.--Musical, Fingering, xlvii-Optical Wooders
xlvii- British Inetitution, xlvii-Animal Poisons, los
-French Journals, cxxvii-Nelson's Pillar, cxxvii-
Eruptions of Vesuvius, cxliii-Lithographic Stres
Round Table Essays, exposure of their tendency, 228, clix-Romeo and Juliet, ccis-Herculaneum NS.
cclxxim Agricultural Experiments, 303— Paradise, an
Eastern Tale, cccxix-Theatrical Practices, ccerxiv.
Royal Society, 49—Anniversary Meeting of the, ccclxxvii. Vegetable Phosphorus Discovered, 38.
Russian Literature, the contined state of, 103, 184. Vinci Da, Remarks on the Last Supper by L. lai, lır.
Violin, Improvements on the, clxiv.
Sadler's Aerial Voyage, account of, cccxxxviii.
Saxe Cobourg, Death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales Wales, Travels of H. R. II. the Princess of, 277, sys-
and of, cccii-Ode to her Memory, cccvii--Funeral, Private Letters from, 154.
Death of 11. R. II, the Princess Charlotte of
cccii, cccu-Ode to ber Memory, coevi-Fuveral,
Walmoden Gallery, account of the Pictures in the, 154.
Walpole's Turkey, review of, ceclxix.
Wanderer in Ceylou, a Poem, review of, lxxxi.
Watkins's Life of Sheridan, 19, ccxci.
Wat Tyler, & Dramatic Poem, review of, 147.
Sheridan, R. E. Original Allerdote of. 10—'Review of Dr. Waterloo, Madford's Account of the Battle of, lazvi.
Watkins's Lite of, 19. ccxci—The Rivals, 30— Thei Werner, Memoir of, xci-Funeral, evi.
Rivals Vivdicated, 50---Anecdote, 58.
West's Death on the Pale Horse, remarks op, cclxxxvi,
Whistlecraft's Poems, review of, xxxv.
Wilkie, an Account of the Pictures by, 134.
Wilkins on the Topography of Athens, ccxiii
Wiloa, the Orphan of, 170.
vaus, xem Spanish Story, cxxii, cxli, clvii, clxv Zapolya, a Christmas Tale, review of, cccvii.
END OF PART IV., AND OF VOL. I.