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A LISMA PLANTAGO, with a design
Bloomfield, his poetical character 404
Boulton, Matthew 334
Broad, mr. his death 488
Bruce the traveller 2:36
Bruce, Robert 431
Bristed's American resources 445
Burns and Scalds, remedy for 190
Burns died 75
Buffon died 29
Burgoing's letters on Sweden 8.1, 379
Burkhard, the traveller 120
Byron, lord, remarks on 127, 40?
- - - - - - - plagiarisms of 196, 392
Canine sagacity 56
Campbell, the poet 64
Cathedral. almost finished 70
Cascade of Tourtmagne 2S2
Canada, Hali's travels in 409
Cary's letter on West's painting 357
Cervante's dicul Si
Chartres aérial voyage 3.26
Charles II. restored 191
Chapel of St. Rosalia 279
Chemical Amuseuments 147
Chinese forms and ceremonies } -5
Chinese generosity 18.9
Childe Harold, canto IV. 297
Coffee denounced 147
Colbert to his son 209
Compliment to a lady 399
Completing press 40
Conroy, John, his death 488
Contemporary Authors 64
Connolly, Daniel, his death 4.8
Corpus Christi 100
Couplet wrongly attributed to Pope 286
Coral rocks, their formation 338, 422
Confession of the novice of St. Clair 397
Cornucopia 54, 183
Crabbe, the poet, his character 401
Crystallization of tin 48t.
Curran, John Philpot 63
Dante's hell described - 346
Daniel's picturesque voyage . $61,880
Dances in Shakspeare's time ! I
David, Ja ques Louis 19 |
David's great picture 397
Dallas's poem of Ramirez 250
D'Arblay, gen. Alexander, his death 48,
Death on the pale horse 957
Derbyshire in England 272
Deshoulteres, madane, her intrepidity 5t:
Death of Capt. Cook 47
D'Enghicn and Bourbon 456
Diving bell 73
Diseases of manufacturers 74
Diseases of children 4 ot;
Discovery of America before Columbus 29
Domestic economy in Elizabeth's reign 15
Domesticated o 188
Don Manuel Godoi ol
Dog, anecdotes of the 25,
Dog days begun <!
Dore, madame, her intrepidity Qss
Dobree, capt. N. his death 487
I)r, Dwight's tract on infidelity 7°
Dress of the beaux in Jaunes I.'s time. 1'.'