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SEVERAL interesting articles intended for insertion in this Number have,
In place of a formal Prospectus, we now lay before our Readers the titles
A series of Essays on the Pulpit
A series of Essays, entitled "Baro-
Regular Intelligence from the Sci-
Letter to Walter Scott, Esq. from
Defence of Drummond of Haw-
On the Life and Writings of Isaac
On the Sports and Games of the
Bibliopolo Detectus," being an
Notices of Reprints of curious Old
The Knight Errants, No I.
Some Account of the Life and Un-
published Poems of John Finlay,
A series of Essays on the Greek
A series of Essays on the French
A series of Essays on the Italian
An Essay on Romance, prefatory to
An Account of all the great Public
Specimens of Translation from Span-
Dialogues over a Punch-bowl, No I.
Historical and Critical Essay on Blue
On the Ancient Modes of Interment
Answer to the Question, 66
On Marino and his Poetry, con-
On the Infancy and Youth of Shak-
Remarks on Dunlop's History of
Essays on the Writings of Lope de
View of the Age of Hadrian. Translations from the Minor Greek
Hours before Breakfast, No I. II. Six Letters from Killarney. Walks through the Highlands, in a series of Letters.
The Angler's Guide through Scotland, No I. II. III. IV. V.
On the Egotism of the Lake Poets, more especially of Wordsworth.
A Friendly Remonstrance with John Wilson, Esq. on some of the Principles of Poetic Composition adopted by him in his "City of the Plague."
Life of Zachary Boyd, with some extracts from his Works, published and unpublished.
Memoir of the Literary Life of John Pinkerton.
On the Marriage-Law of Scotland.
A Complete Guide through the Lakes of England.
Specimens of Oxford Prize Poetry, with Critical Remarks.
An Essay on Marine Poetry.
On Academical Abuses. Addressed to John Young, Esq. Professor of Greek in the University of Glasgow.
Review of the "Political Works" of James Graham, Esq. Advocate.
A series of Essays on the more obscure, but meritorious Modern Poets. On the Poets of the West End of the Town, No I.
On the Cockney School of Poetry, No II. III.
Accounts of various living Scottish Versifiers in the lower Ranks of Society, with Specimens; No I.
Letter addressed to C. K. Sharpe, Esq. on his mode of commenting on Church History.
Essays on the Genius of the living Artists of Scotland. No I. Allan. Three Essays on the English, Scotch, and Irish Characters.
On Pastoral Poetry.
On Public Opinion regarding Liter
On what Coleridge calls the "Reading Public"
Ought not Poets to be the best Critics on Poetry?
Is Superstition necessarily pernicious?
On Capital Punishment.
On the Profession of the Law,—an Essay. VOL. II.
On the absurd belief that the study of the Mathematics strengthens the Power of Moral Reasoning.
On Militar Genius, and the Education of a Soldier.
An Account of different interesting Funeral Ceremonies.
Scraps of Criticism, No I. II. III. Essays on British Zoology, No I. II. III.
On the Old Maids of the Greeks, and the Mysogynaical Apophthegms of Greek Authors.
Comparison between Ancient and Modern Eloquence, in a series of Essays. Two Letters to W. E. Leach, Esq. of the British Museum.
On the Modern Method of manufacturing Encyclopædias, addressed to Macvey Napier, Esq.
On "Translation," by Madame de Stael, her last Work, and never published in this Country.
Notices of William Cleland, the Covenanter.
A Dissertation on the "Periodical Criticism" of Great Britain, translated from the German of Schlegel.
Curious Notices of Gawin Douglas, Bishop of Dunkeld.
Remarks on the Melody of certain old Scots Airs.
On the Character of Sappho. Account of the Life and Poems of Chiabrera.
On Lyrical Poetry. No I. Of the Hebrews.
Remarks on the mean Qualifications of all the English Lexicographers, and on the Etymological Genius of J. H. Tooke.
On the Study of Anglo-Saxon.
On the fashionable Dances of Scotland about the time of Queen Mary. "Vitruvius Iratus," addressed to the Magistrates of Edinburgh.
MS. Tractate on Elves and Brownies, with Notes.
Duke Hamilton's Ghost, or the Underminer countermined, a Poem, dated 1659.
Account of some remarkable Trials omitted by Lord Fountainhall.
Remarkable Interview between Francis Jeffrey and William Wordsworth ; a Dream.
On the Taste of Burger in altering our old Scottish and English Ballads. On a proposed New Poetical Version of the Psalms.
On Byron's Imitation of the Lake School.