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Why should not divers studies, at divers hours, delight, when the
variety is able alone to refresh and repair us?
BEN JONSON's Discoveries.
TAYLOR AND HESSEY, 93, FLEET-STREET.
C. Baldwin, Printer,
New Bridge-street, London.
Agricultural Report, 100, 213, 333, 449, Castilla, Memoir of, 815.
Annan Water, Scenery of, 237.
Anne Boleyn, Tragedy of, 398.
Antiquary, a character, 253.
Aquatic Pedestrianism, 85.
Architecture, Grecian and Gothic com-
Asan-Aga's Bride, a Morlachian Ballad,
Certosa, the, 496.
Characters; Gardener at Warwick Castle,
7-Housekeeper at ditto, 11-Bridget
Elia, 28-Sir Gideon Moubray, 49-
Sieur de Bourdeille, 35-Fodor, 161-
Judith Macrone, 241-An Antiquary,
254-Aquillius, 270-S. Salt, 281—
T. Coventry, 281-Lovel, 282 - P.
Pierson; D. Barrington; Jackson, 283
-R. N., 284 The Morton Family,
528-Mark Macmoran, 500- Miles
Colvine, 595-F. the Oilman, 603.
Charles I, his entry into Edinburgh, 79.
Chess, new game of, 325.
Children, the susceptibility of their imagi-
nation for phantoms, 372, 385, 386.
Chinese Imitations, 47.
Beef, its antiquity as a national dish, 247. Cicero, fragments of, discovered, 326.
Belzoni, Mr. 94.
Berlin, Fine Arts at, 94.
Books, Preparing for Publication, 104,
219, 341, 457, 691.
List of New, 105, 220, 342, 457,
Borromean Islands, 140-Palace, 140.
Braham, Mr. professional Sketch of, 62.
Buccaneer, the, a tale, 161.
Buonaparte, death of 209-Canova's bust
of, 325-Madame de Staël's antipathy
Burns, not a descriptive poet, 250-his
"Tam o' Shanter, 251-not inspired by
highland scenery, 252.
Byron, Lord, Lamartine's address to, 277.
Caerlaverock Castle, 129.
Caillaud's Travels in Egypt, 93.
Clare, John, ballad by, 76-Sonnet, 128
-Farewell to Mary, 273-Sonnet, Re-
flection on Summer, 400-a Visit to,
540 Poem, The Last of March, 541-
his cottage, and books, 545-his poem
of Cross Roads, 546.
Clouds, nomenclature of, 334.
Coleridge, Mr, 374.
Collin's, Gray's opinion of, 13.
Commercial Report, 101, 217, 338, 454,
Concerts, at Argyle Rooms, 91- Mr.
Mochelle's, 203—Mr. Wesley's, 204-
Conde's History of Arabic Spain, 208.
Mr. Sapio's, 316.
Confessions of an English Opium-eater,
293-Part II. 353.
Cook, R. engraver, 418.
Cook's Oracle, 432.
Dialogue on Education, on Sadoleti's, 180.
Dialogue on the Homeric Poematia, 481.
Drama, No. XVIII: Covent Garden;
Hamlet, 80-Macready, 81, 82-Da-
mon and Pythias, 83-Drury Lane; the
Queen's Visit there, 84-No. XIX. Ge-
neral Remarks, 197-Covent Garden;
Hamlet, Henry IV. part 2d, 197
Drury Lane; Rob Roy, Mr. Mackay,
198 The English Opera House; Miss
Kelly, Wrench, Harley, Wilkinson,
Love's Dream, 199-Two-pence; Hay.
market Theatre, 201-Terry, Conway,
De Camp, Leoni Lee, 201-No. XX.
St. Evremond's opinions on the French
Drama, 319-Kean; Drury Lane; the
Coronation, Mountaineers, 321-Hay-
market; Rise and Fall, Fontainbleau,
Match-making; Lyceum Theatre; Mil-
ler's Maid, 322-No. XXI. Dramatic
Titles; Lear of Private Life; Covent
Garden, 426 -
Mr. Young; Drury
Lane; Coronation, 427-Geraldi Duval;
Rosina; Miss Povey; Knight; Bar-
nard; Five Hundred Pounds, 428
English Opera; Cure for Coxcombs;
Haymarket; Venice Preserved, 429—
No. XXII. Drury Lane; Geraldi Du-
val, 549-Covent Garden; Miss Dance;
Young, 550-Macready, 551-Charles
Kemble; the Exile, 552-Young; Mrs.
Vining, 553 Haymarket; Miss Blake,
Miss R. Corri, 554-Russell, 555
No. XXIII, 666-Miss Bakewell, 667
-Young, 668-Miss Beaumont; Jones,
669-Miss M. Tree; Drury Lane, 670—
Cooper's Iago; Kean; Costume, 671.
Dragon, a, discovered in rock, 675.
Dramatic Sketch, Theodore and Bertha,
Eating, English, 246.
Edinburgh, Letters from, No. III. 77.
Education, 181-failure of the Bell and
Lancasterian System in Scotland, 378.
Egypt, Scientific Travels in, 93.
Elia, papers by, viz. Mackery End, 28
Jews, Quakers, Scotchmen, and other
Imperfect Sympathies, 152-The Old
Benchers of the Inner Temple, 279-
Witches and other Night Fears, 384-
Grace before Meat, 469-My First
Falstaff''s death, admirable manner in which
Feastings, ancient, 247.
Fine Arts, at Berlin, 94.
Florentine Institution, 326.
Fountains in the. Metropolis, remarks on,
Hamilton's Garden of Florence, Review of,
Scholæ Italicæ Picturæ, 293.
Happy Life of a Parish Priest in Sweden,
Harangue, by a Sentimental Traveller, 511.
Herapath, Mr., his visionary theories, 677.
Herbert's, E. Letters, No. I. On the Coro-
nation, 184-No. II. A Visit to Green-
wich Hospital, 527.
Holkham, Sheep sheering at, 215.
Holty, Life of, 518.
Homer, his Batrachomyomachia, 269-
different translations of it, 273-on his
Poematia, 481-translation of his hymn
to Bacchus, 641.
Hort's New Pantheon, 640.
House of Weeping, from Richter, 615.
Influence of Scenery on Poetical Character, Manchena (Abbé), 314.
Lago Maggiore, 140.
Lamartine, Meditations Poetiques, review
Lamb's Catullus, review of, 88.
Last Will and Testament, the, 615.
Latreille, his arrangement of insects, 676.
Laybach, account of, 440.
Leisure Hours, No. I. Homer's Battle of
the Frogs and Mice, 260-No. II. Do.
translated, 388-No. III. The Homeric
Poematia, 481-No. IV. Bacchus, or the
Pirates, from the Homeric Hymns, 639.
Lemberg, Public Library at, 96.
Letters from Edinburgh, No. III, 77-of
Edward Herbert, No. I, 184-No. II,
Letter of Edward Gallowgate, 52-Barna-
by Dandelion, 55-Senex to Van Vink-
Lion's Head, 3, 119, 235, 351, 465.
Lisbon, abolition of the punishment of
Death at, 541.
Literary and Scientific, 93, 205, 325,
Literature, Armenian, 559.
-, Bohemian, 201.
German, 205, 559.
Italian, 205, 442, 558.
Russian, 205, 441.
, Spanish, 96, 208, 443.
Lives of the Poets; No. I. Thomas War-
ton, 121.-No. II. Sir William Jones,
Lolham Brigs, 540-Lines written at, 541.
Lycophron, not obscure in his style, 611.
Miles Colvine, the Cumberland Mariner,
Mock MS. Sermons, 516.
Music, Theory of its effects, 359-obser-
Report of, No. XVII. Dirce,
King's Theatre, Argyle Rooms, Hypo-
lite Larsonneur, Miss Angelina Corri,
M. Moschelles, Collard's improved Pi-
ano-forte, The Terpodion, New Musi-
cal Publications, 90, 91; and No.
XVIII. Mad. Catalani, 202—Mr. Mo-
chelles' Concert, 203-Mr. S. Wesley's
Concert, Mr. Sapio, New Musical Pub-
lications, 204-No. XIX. Mr. Sapio,
Mad. Catalani's Concert, Concert at
St. Margaret's, 316-Provincial Music
Meetings, Adoption of a foreign style in
music, Mad. Camporese, Mrs. Salmon,
317 Modern Singers, General observa-
tion on the present state of the art, 311
New Musical Publications, 319-No.
XX. 429-Salisbury Musical Meeting,
430-New Musical Publications, 430-
No. XXI. Music encouraged only at
London, 555-Mad. Catalani; Miscel-
laneous Intelligence; New Publications,
556-No. XXII. Madame Catalani,
&c. 672-projected Concert; Scottish
Melodies; Grand Royal Divertimento;
New Publications, 673.
Musical Society, Austrian, 95.
Naples, population of, 441.
Natural History, names substituted for
science in, 48.
New Hymn Book, 323.
Nomenclature of Clouds, 334,
Normans, or Normen, 412.
Opera, Pleasures of the, 359.
Opinion, Consistency of, 485.
Opium, Pleasures of, 354-the excitement
it causes not succeeded by depression,
358-Pains of, 369.
Eater, Confessions of an English,
Part I, 294-Part II, 353.