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THE

SCHOOL MASTER,

AND

EDINBURGH WEEKLY MAGAZINE.

YOR

AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER,

MDCCCXXXII.

CONDUCTED BY JOHN JOHNSTONE.

THE SCHOOLMASTER IS ABROAD.-LORD BROUGHAM.

VOL. I.

EDINBURGH:

JOHN ANDERSON, JUN., 65, NORTH BRIDGE STREET;
AND JOHN MʻLEOD, AND ATKINSON & CO., BOOKSELLERS, GLASGOW.

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PAGE 1

Adventure, A Swiss

312

Address Preliminary........

Addrees to our Readers ..

Africa, Civilization of

259

Agriculture, Progress of Scotch.....

.150

Agriculture, Decline of Scottish....

.....174

Ancestors, The Wisdom of our ..

....134

Barometer and Thermometer

Bentham Jeremy....

Bil Jones, The Orginal Story of

231

Bishop Burnet's Advice to Bishope-Simon Peter's Ship

Bishops, The..........................................

................535

Bishop, Presbyterian Motion of a ................. ......115

Biographic Sketch of Helen Walker, a Gentlewoman of

Heavens' own Making.....

. ......139

Burns, Original Letter of Political Martyrs of the end of last

century .................... .. ..........................177

Burns, The Exhumation of ....

111

Burns, Robert .........

59

Do., Do. concluded in page ....

Brougham and Vaux, Lord ..

104

Calculating Machine, Mr Babbage's

158

Chidren, on the Moral Training of

116,

241

Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People, A Bachelor's 261
Chalmers, Dr.

212

Cheap Periodicals.............

......................2

Christinas .........

Cly, John, the Miller-Widow Shanks's Adventures-Scene in

the Baths of Leuk...................................... 3

COLCXX FOR THE LADIES- No. II. Lady Morgan and her Nieces. 31

No. 111. Domestic Economy- Female Dress-

French Women, by Lady Morgan..............47

No. IV. Bishop Heber's Widcw-The Writing

Widows.......

........62

No. V. Female Dress-Miss Wright, the Political

Apostle ...............

....78

No. ' VII The Philosophy of Old Maidism-Wo-

man, the Source of Evil......

No. VIll. The Convent at York......

......127

No, IX. Stagnation of Marriages...... .......142

No. X. Kissing off Sailors- Wedding Presents....157

No. XI. Adventures of a Female Indian........166

No. XIII. Mrs. Inchbald........................207

No. XVIII. An Essay on Flirts.........

No. XXII. Anniversary of a Marriage...... .......313
Cobbett, William, Memoir of....

......97
Cobbett, William....
Cobbett the Younger-Character of a Parish Priest,

269
Cobbettiana

248
Corn Laws, alias the Bread Tax,
Com in Sbeaves, Method of Drying in Sweden...
Craftsmen in Germany

253
December Evening within Doors, A............

.309
Diamond Beetle, The

242
Diseases, Contagious and Epidemic .............. ......118
Donnelly's, Dan, Trip to Paris................

..............318
Drama, The

327
Edinburgh Year, The Commencement of the

241
Eoinburgh Tradesman, Memoir of an........

..461
ELEMENTS OF THOUGHT.

No. 1. Hints to the Operative Classes-Society in

Britain
No. 1). The People-Equality of Conditione-Equa-
Jity among Citizens

24
No. III, Patience of the British People Differences
between a Free and a Despotic Gosernment-
When Resistance to a Government becomes jus.
tifiable-Boundlessness of the Creatior.- Want of
Sense of Natural Beauty

40
No. IV. Power of being Useful to Mankird-Sym.
pathy, Forbearance-London, from St. Paul's
Universities and Schools-Dishonest Wealth-
Motives to Mutual Charity-Artificial Man
No. VI. Mind-Great Mer-Orthodoxy

88
NO. VIII, Distinction of Classes injurious to Virtue

-The Moral Sense-Strength of Mind-Testi.
mony of Rousseau to the Divine Perfection of the

Saviour..
No. XI. Kings. Their Use_The Common Centre

Learning - Punishments
No. X. Rich and Pcor-Inferior Gentry, &c.
No. XII. The Prese-Judgments-Triennial Parlia-

meuts

No. XIII. What have I to do with Politics ?---

Conscience-Not Guilty Rights of Church 110-

perty, Bishops

ELEMENTS OF THOUGHT.

PAOB

No: XIV. Religious Toleration

216

No XV. Happiness-Well-being.

232

No. XVI. The Sources of Human Happiness 246

No. XVIII. Words in Season from Napolcon-The
Future Prospects of Europe and America

280
No. XIX. Changing sides on Politics or Religion
Standard of Things Equality -Discretionary

Power in Judges The Established Clergy 300
No, XXII. The Author by Profession-High Liy.
ing and Mean Thinking

314
Emigration

323
Emigration-Who should go to America ....
Emigration, The United States-Canada....
English Manners, Peter Jones's Opinion of ...
Water, Expansion of ....

.......302
Farcers, Hints for, &c. ...,

.......319
Flogging in the Army......
Free Trade, Advantages of
Fumigation

243

Glasgow, Social Lile in ..............

252

Good Luck at Last, A Shetland Parson, ..............

...88
Heury Brougham, Original Anecdote of..................
Highland Emigrant, Humorous Letter of a

Hydrophobia, trom a Paper in the Westrainster Review........77

Hydrostatic Bed ............................. ...........19

HOLYDAY RAMELLS ROUND EDINBURGH-No. I. The Railway..3

No. II. The Roman Camp..........

No. Il!. Crichton Castle-The Vale of Borthwick. 113

No. IV. The Elden Hills........................257

Jeremy Diddler, the Original
Justice, Price of...........

...179
Jack Taylor
Kenyon, Lord .....

312

King James and the Witches .....

Kirk, The Petticoat .........

..88

Korner, Theodor

85

Portraits by a Lady-taken in the Ventilator of the House of

Commons. ...............

15

Marriage, The most Important ever celebrated in Scotland....b.

Dissenters in England, ...

MEDICAL SELECTIONS-No. VI. Premature Interment-Ef.

ects of the Passions on Health-the Spasmodic
Cholera, &C........:

.........95

Novin. Ettects of Ditterent Professions and

Trades on health-Contagious and Epidemic

Diseases ...........

....119

No. XIV. Diseases of Tradesmen......

....210

No. XVII. Air..................... ....271

No. XX. Infuence of Dress on the Skin-Effects

of Cold Feet and Damp........................308

Middle and Lower Classes, Moral and Physical Condition of the 133

Moustache, a Blographical Sketch............................75

Napoleon, Young ...... ................................65

Neutrals, To the............................................215

New Monthly Magazine, The

166

Nore, Mutiny at the

312

NOTES OF THE MONTH-August.....
SEPTEMBER-Enjoyments of the Poor- The Highland Reaper's

Song The Harvest Moon-Memorabilia, &c... 72
OCTORER-Harvest Home-The KirIhe MaidenMemo.

rabilia-'The Woods of October-Trees-On

the Colouring of the Woods ................145
NOVEMBER-Flowers, &c...................................21
DECEMBER.Chtistmas-Winter, ......

296
Dr. Chalmers's, late Work

278
Itinerating Libraries

275
Operative Classes, Hints to the.......

...........8

Operative Mar.ufacturers, Conuition of.......

..................93

Cueratives, Manufacturing..........

Parliaments, Triennial ....................

People, Education of the.......

POETRIVerscs by Francis Jethrey, Esq.......

.....16

The Jubilee Glee...........

Rules for Chess, by a Lady......

The Dirge of Wallace, by Campbell...

The Leveller, by Barry Cornwall.....

The Poor Man's Song.............

'The Irish Widow's Farewell to her Infant..........63

The Puir Mau's Bairn. ........................141

The Wood. Mouse, by Mary Huwitt, a Quakeress. ib.

The Weaver's Song, by Barry Cornwall..........16.

Farewell to Abbotsford, by Mrs. Biemans..........113

On the Church of Krisuvikin Iceland,....... .....71

Farewell to file.....

.....ib.

Verses by an Old Poet.......

.....80

The Old Beggar.......

167

..130
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POETRY.

PAGE.

Lessons to be learned from the Wandering Beggar 84

Sword Song..............................

The Grave of Korner..............................86

Scottish Tea-Party, from Whistlebinkie............94

Stanzas to a Daughter, by David Vedder..........ib.

Song of the Rhenish Provinces.................... 120

Statistical Verses........

.......136

Liues set to a beautiful Welsh air, by Bishop He-

ber.....

.........157

The Temple of Nature, by David Vedder........158

America and England.......

183

The Bride, by Samuel Rogers...

..18%

Field-paths, by the Author of the Corn Law

Rhymes.....................

...........191

Ode to Freedom, by David Vedder.....

ib.

The Evening Wind.....

....216

Caged Rats.................

.221

The Battle of Blenheim.....

......230

To my Carrier Pigeon........

243

To my Cigar ...........................

.......245

The Irish Potato ....

........................213

Portrait of an Intelligent and Virtuous Artisan..253

The Spinning Wheel Song, by Miss Mitford.......25%

My Coach Acquaintance...... .............. ib.

Inscription for a Tablet at Pensburst, the Birth

place of Sir Philip Sydney..

Phæbe Dawson.....

Mary, by Charles Wolfe.....

270

Simon Peter's Ship........

..271

The Breast's Brightest Gem, by Mrs. Grimstone..279

The Rabble....................

........289

Stanzas, by David Vedder......

.302

The Dove sent forth from the Ark...

My Birthday................

...... ib.

The Swiss Girl .....................

The Boar Song....

........................ ib.

Good Night! Good Nightl.:

"SO. Too Nighti...............

The Christmas Waits ....

The Polish Fugitives, by the Author of Corn Law

Rhymes......

................336

The Anniversary of a Marriage......

.313

To T. L, H., six years old, during a sickness......251

Population, European.............

. 156

Politics ? What have you to do with ...........

......178

Poor in England, Condition of the..

103

Press, The ..................

..301

Scottish Tenantry, Present State of the ......................222

Secession Church, Rise, Progress, and Present State of the....180

Sea Serpent, Solved

.... ..............................152

Sootch Bankrupt Law

PAGE.

Scotland, Years of Pestilence and Famine in

279

Short-Hand Writing and the Press............

.........93

SAE-A late Adventure in the Queensferry Coach............ 305

Sinde, The Court of ........................................322

Sir Walter Scott, the Death of......

........129

Sir Walter Scott's Writings, On the Political Tendency of....ib.

Sir Walter Scott's Childhood..........

Society in Britain.. ....... ...............................8

Society, Sketches of-Butchers-Bakers ......................331

.221

Stirrup Cup, The

352

Taxation, Universality of

287

Times, the Good Old ...........

.311

The Quakers and the Church

627

Truths, Political

THE STORY TELLER-The Flogged Soldier, by Mrs. Johnstone..9

Mary Lawson, a Story for Young Women.........25

The Three Westminster Boys, by Mrs. Johnstone. 41

Elizabeth Villiers, a Tale for the Young...........57

The Ghaist o' Kininvie, a True Story.............73

To-Morrow, abridged from Miss Edgeworth........89

Do,

Do. concluded in page........105

Andrew Howie, a Man of the West.

......121

A Female Monster, effects of Ignorance and Super-

stition... .....................................137

Ellen, by Miss Mitford..........................153

Little Davy, a Juvenile Tale.....................169

The Old White Hat, and the Old Grey Mare....185

The Soldier's Return, abridged from Mrs. Opie....201

John Kiernander, or, the Deceitfulness of Riches, 217

Grisell Baillie-A Tale for the Young, by Mrs.

Johnstone......

............233

Residence in the Alhambra....

.......219

Legend of the Rose of the Alhambra, by Washing.

ton Irving...........................

Props of the Pulpit-Paddy Foorhane's Fricasee 281

Four old Maids, by the Author of " Atherton,"

« Truckleborough Hall, &c....................297

The Two Scotch Williams, by Mrs Johnstone....313

Love and Authorship, by J. Sheridan Knowles,

Esq........... ....... .......................329

English Smugglers-Harry Woodriff..............345

The Polish Heroine

142

Unhappy Object, Autobiography of an

159

Political Martyrs of the end of the last century,

177

Whale Fishery of New South Wales.....

156

Waits; The Superstitions of the Welsh .....

....328

Wilson, Sketch of Professor-by Mr. De Quincey .. ......310
Witch, The, Dance on the Brocken .....

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PAGE ELEMENTS OF THOUGHT.

PAGE

ACTRESS, the Young, Barbara S.

213

No. XLIII. The British Constitution-Truth-Pro-
Air-Respiration,

146, 193
gression of Opinion-Freedoin of the Press,

328
4 lliteration–The Battle of the Pigs, ..

H08

No. XLV. Education-The formation of babit-Ex.
Alpine Strawberries, .

ercise, Courage, and Recreation The causes of Bad
America, (North) Society in,

Government- A noble resource in painful moments, 359

American's account of a Levee of the time of George IV.,

83 Elizabeth's Progresses,

American Indians in Canada -- Missionary labours,

402 Elizabeth, Death of Queen,

175

Anecdotes,

256 Emigration,

190

Autobiography of a Greenwich Out. Pensioner,
321 Epistolary Condensation, or coming to the point,

317

Authors, reward of,

406 Examination of the accused,

Balsson of Mecca,

367 External comfort, and domestic accommodation of the People,
Burber of Dunse, the,

173
Factory children,

17, 94
401 Fair and Happy Milkmaid, a,
Bankrupts,

318

Bees, on,

134, 273 Family Dignity,

317

Bible, the,

179, 287, 328 Farmer's Centenary contrasted, the,

39

Biographic Sketch, Susanna Annesley, the mother of John Wesley, 69 Farms, large and small,
Biographical Sketch of the late Rev. Rowland Hill, .

269 Fashionable World, the Females of the.
Black Death in the 14th Century, the,

341 Fashion in its low Places,
Black Hole of Calcutta,

110 Female Blue Beards,

Books of the Month,..

2, 82 Ferdusi, the Persian Poet,

247

Book Stalls,
198 Fiddlers, Four-and-Twenty,

213

Bourgeois of Paris, the-a Sketch,

19

French Moll Flagons, the, .

Brougham, Lord, early Days of,

406 French Revolution, vulgar idea of,

347

Buonaparte's May Days,

Gallantry, modern,

194

Canada, authentic Letters from,

369 Galt, anecdote of,

Canada, emigration to,

275 Garden Pease, how to prevent field mice from destroying,

333

Candidates, Wealth of,

275 Gas in London, consumption of,

re

Capital in Trade,

63 Gas, roasting by,

Cards, Origin of

416 Gastronomical Precepts and Anecdotes,

173

Catalepels,

168

Gentleman, the,
Caterpillars, receipt for the destruction of,

383

Geology,
Chemical recreations,

147 Geology, popular estimation of
Children, destruction of

232 George Mi ligan,
Children, on the Moral Train
130, 209, 289 German Manners,

195

(buna, trade with,

German Peasantry,

15!

China, old,

166 German Tale,

Church Establishments, versus Voluntary Churches,

177 Ghost Story, a,

8

Church of England, brief History of the Established,

396 Ghost Story- Professor Junker,
Church Reform with a vengeance,

399 Ghosts by Waggery,

Clarkson, Anecdote of Thomas,

255 Glass, means of preventing from cracking by fire

270

Clarke, the late Dr. Adam,

Gouda Cheese, an Improved Method of Miking,

14*

Clasp Knife, King James's, -

405 Grafted Fruits,

193

Compliment, Clerical, in Germany,

Hall, the Rev. Robert,
Colbett's account of New Lanark,

Happiness, on true,

119

Corbett on Scotland, ..

Hazlitt's Death-bed,

297

COLOMS FOR THE LADIES.

Havannah, Dinner at,

No. XXIV. French and English Women-Tight La. Hemp, on the cultivation of,

cing-Winter Fashions,

Hereditary Legislators,

11:

No. XXVII. Fortunate Mistake-Cupid and Mi. Herr ing, the,

470
perva,
Herefordshire Boors,

203
No. XXVIII. Sketches of Natural History, the Co-

Highland Indorsation,

quette-Hints for Wives-Woman,

Hints for Conversation,

211

No. XXIX. Principles of Female Dress-Farewell

Hofer, the dwelling of,

Mary Lindsay,

Holiday Rambles, No. V.-Inchkritb,

333

No. XXX, Condition of Women in England and Italy, Holidays, old Scottish,

contrasted, &c.

126 Horse Jockeys, skill of,

327

No. XXXI. Duties of a Wife-Fashionable Dancing, 143 Hours of Labour for Children,

No. XXXV. Courtship and Marriage in the United Hume, character of Mr.

30)

States,

205 Impossibility, an,

199

No XXXVI, Education of Infancy,

212 India, new route to,

No. XXXVII. Mrs. Hemans - Caroline - Christian India, progress of Knowledge in,

120

names of Women,

Ireland, cursory Remarks on,

237

No. XLIII. - The virgin,virgin violet" - Young Maid Irish Gentry and the Irish Poor, the,

25+
en's Logic-Cobbett and the Ladies,

36
Irish Northern Circuit, anecdote of the

253
No. XLV. Black Eyes and blue-Mr Moore's new
Irish Peasant, sketch of an,

236

Work,

360 James the Sixt, the joyful receiving of

173

Jews,

00

Oliver,

392 Journal of a Scientific Lady,

No. XLVIII. Praise of Women, . 408 Kind Inquiry,

35

COLONS FOR THE YOUsG.

Kings and Courtiers,

2001
The Royal Game of Goose,
Lady Grange,

228

Stories of Birds-The Robin,

18 Lady Louisa's Cow,

“ righteous Man regardeth the life of his beast"

Lawrie Tod, the identical, or the Way to get on,

72

'I houghtless Cruelty,
Leather Brecches, the luxury of,

20

Commercial Thieves,

355, 379 Leonard's Voyage to the Western Coasts of an

Confession of an Irish Peasant,

199 London,

Convic., Condition of banished_New South Wales,

London Newsrnen, the,

40

Copper. Leg Conspiracy, the,

379 | London, Picture of a quarter of, and moral education of the People, 105

Court of London, the,

Lotteries,

Cowper, person and manners of,

68 Love at first sight, and a Love Letter,

Critics of the daily London Press,

168 Macaulay's (Mr.) Writing , how to detect,
Cure for a Cripple,

15 Marat, assassination of, by Charlotte Corclay

Cunous Peneranship-Gastrography,

215 Marriages, scale of,

Deed, first English,

300

Marvel, anecdote of Andrew,
Dhary of a Sporting Oxonian,

5 Matthews the Sinuggler,
Dress, Revolution in,

150 May in Perth, a most remarkable,
Dry tot, practical remerly for the,

May Games, English,

Dublin, description of, by an American,

Mechanics, first lines of,

13

327 MEDICAL SELECTIONS, No, IV. - Diet,
Duelio, technicalities of the,

305

No. V.-Treatment of Burns,
Deut. Servants and Nobles,

214

No. VI.-Dislocation,

Duties of the People at the resent seriod,

33

No, VII.- Estimate of different descriptions

Education in America,

26)

of food in regard to nutriment, &c.

Eduration, sell-supported,

Milking,
ELEMENTS OF THOL GHT,

Miners of Bois-Monzil, the
No. XXIV. Value of Literary Men-Literature in Ministry in the Valley of the Mississippi, the,
England-Education of the People,

Miser's opinion of Books, a,
No. XXV. Syns of the Times-'The Fiction Writers, Modern Dictionary, ..

3:36
Sir Walter Scott-Parties,

40 Modern Brownie, the, or the little Man wi' the braid bannet,

No. XXVI Slavery,

56 Monks of the Screw, the,

No. XXIX. Patriotism-Philanthropy,

Moving Powers, the,

No XXXII. Spring solitude-Political passages, 152 Mrs. Arbuthnott, Lady Jersey, &c.,

No. XXXIV. Some of the evil consequences of Church Muir, (Rey, Wm, D. 1.) minister of St Stephen's Church,

Establishments-Tendency of the age - Coercive

Napoleon and Isabey the painter, curious anecdote of,

measures,

181 Narrative of John Williains,

No. XXXV. Study Catholic Church Property

Narrative of the wreck of the Isabelle of Lastbourne,

Combinations against imposts,

Natural History,

091

No. XXXVI. Ministers-Factions in England-Ya.

New Year's Girls,
tural connexion between the feelings and intellect, 216 Newspapers, cheap,

Humeasibility route Knows O Poor, biline

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