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THE FIRST VOLUME.

Ancient Ballad, 35

Authors, titled, 37

Account of the pantomimes, 56
Apollonicon, 57, 173, 338, 419
Eolophon, 57

Archives of the Court of St. James's, 57,

111, 180, 255, 349, 423
Almacks at Brighton, 112
Almacks, 205

Aunt, my, sketch of, 243
Authoress, miseries of an, 317
Academy, royal, of music, 337
Artists, rights of, 344

Arts and manufactures, national repository
of, 419

Busy-body, the political, 32
the blundering, 81
Ballad, ancient, 35
Beaux Stratagem, 54

Brighton, Miss Stephens at, 56

Almacks at, 112

Bath, Kean at, 56

Bertha Devere, a tale, 89

Branca, in Fazio, Miss F. Kemble as, 115
Baron de B——, violin bow of, 128

Birthday, her majesty's, 185
Ball at Devonshire House, 205

Banquet to their majesties at Holderness-

house, 205

Bloody Hand, the, a tale, 295
Bobruns, the two, from the French, 305
Biographical notices of their Royal High-
nesses the Duchess of Kent and Princess
Victoria, 367

Bogle Hall, ghost gossips at, 377
Burns, the poet, 403

Beggars, the jolly, 419

Chancery Suit, a comedy, 55
Carnival of Naples, 56
Cinderella, 56

Chantrey the sculptor, 57
Court of St. James's, archives of, 57, 111,

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180, 255, 349, 423

Covent Garden Theatre, 55, 174, 341, 417
Conversation at a dinner-party, 134
Comrades and Friends, at Covent Garden,

174

Curious letter in English by a Persian, 395
Cousin Pope and Dr. Warton, 400
Comfort for writers of the Montgomery

tribe, 401

Colosseum, 418
Cross's menagerie, 419
Chin melodist, 419

Duke of Sully, life of. Part First, 17

Second, 69

Third, 144
Fourth, 237
Fifth, 312
Sixth, 396

Drama, 54, 115, 174, 250, 340, 416
Drury Lane, 54, 174, 341, 417
Devere, Bertha, a tale, 89
Drakelowe, the new year at, 117
Dinner-party, conversation at a, 134
Dresses worn at the drawing-rooms, 192,

265, 363, 438

Devonshire House, ball at, 205
Drama, French, 344

Duke of Kent, reminiscences of the, 369
Dr. Warton and my cousin Pope, 400
Diorama, 418

Extracts from the note-book of an Oxonian,

30

Editor's Room, 51, 107, 171, 247, 334, 412
English Fashions, 60, 115, 254, 342, 419
Extraordinary circumstance, 401
Expedient, the, 402

Eisteddvod and Cambrian concert, 415
Epilogue to the tragedy of Alfred, 421
Fine Arts, 53, 110, 174, 339

Farce of Perfection at Drury Lane, 54
Fair Penitent at Covent Garden, 55
Fitzclarence, Miss, marriage of, 58
Falkland, Viscount, marriage of, 58
Fashions, Parisian, 58, 112, 177, 253
English, 60, 115, 179, 254, 342,

419
Flauntonvilles, the, by S. S., 85
Fazio, revival of, 115

Fra Diavolo at Drury Lane, 174
French plays, 175

Fête at Holderness House, 260
Facts and Scraps by a Bookworm, 330
French drama, 344

Fossil bones found near Brighton, 344
Forecastle, 403

Festival, sons of the clergy, 414

Ghost Gossips at Bogle Hall, 377

Huddart, Miss, as Constance in King John,

54

Circumstance, extraordinary, 401

Hirgos Hernina, a tragedy, 56

Charles Henry Wilson, Esq., the author, 403 Honey-moon and Charles the Second at
Credulity, 403

Lord and Lady Normanby's, 57
Honest Jewellers!!! 160

Cambrian concert, 415

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Minstrels, Tyrolean, 173
Majesty's birthday, her, 185
Miseries of an authoress, 317
Music, royal academy of, 337
Montgomery tribe, comforts for the writers
of the, 401

Menagerie, Cross's, 419
Melodist, Chin, 419

Naples, carnival of, 56
Normanby's, Honey-moon and Charles the
Second at Lord and Lady, 57
New year at Drakelowe, the, 117
New Question, a-the New Palace, 301
Notices, heraldic, 295, 392

National repository of arts and manufactures,

419

Napoleon, the statue of, 421

Oxonian, extracts from the note-book of an,

30

Origin of Love, the, 77
Olympic Theatre, 117
Ode to the year 1831, 156

Olof and Sigurd, legend of, 233
Ocean Wanderer, the, 384

Oxford Blue, texts and comments of an, 410

Phrenologist, the, 11
Political Busy-body, 32

Perfection, Mrs. Waylett in the farce of, 54
Plymouth, Young at, 56

Pantomimes, account of the, 56

Publishing company, 172
Parisian fashions, 58, 112, 177, 253
Postcript, 408
Parting Precept, the, 233

Panoramas, 418
Patriot, the, 392

Queen's drawing-room, 195, 262, 359, 433
Question, a new, 301

Room, the editor's, 51, 107, 171, 247,
334, 412

Regalia of Scotland, 112

Revival of Fazio, 115

Royal Court Fête at Holderness House, 260
Returned Valentines, 314

Royal Academy of Music, 337
Rights of Artists, 344

Reminiscences of his late Royal Highness
the Duke of Kent, $69

Roman Hoax, a, 405

Repository, national, of arts and manufac-
tures, 419

Sacrifice, the mother's, 13

Sully, life of the duke of, 17, 59, 144,
237, 312, 396
Stranger, the, 54

Stephens, Miss, at Brighton, 56
Scotland, regalia of, 112
Seraphine, the, 173

Sigurd and Olog, legend of, 223
Swallows, 402
Sketch of my Aunt, 243

Sons of the Clergy Festival, 414
Sculpture, Hollins, 419

Titled Authors, 37

Talisman, illustrations of the, 50
Theatre, the King's, 116, 174, 250, 341, I'm not a Lover now, 400

416

Kenilworth, 34

Drury-lane, 54, 174, 341, 417
Covent-garden, 55, 174, 341, 417
Olympic, 117
Tyrolean Minstrels, 173

Texts and Comments, by an Oxford Blue,

410

Tragedy of Alfred, Epilogue to the, 421
Unrevealed, the, by the Unknown, 5, 121,

286

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Author of Frankenstein, dirge by, 41

Asides, domestic, or truth in parentheses,

48

48

Donald Macdonald, 94

Dream, Love's last, 150
Dido's Sister, 377

All' Anno 1831, 88
Augusta, to, 100

Broken Heart, the, 97

Bonny Mary Gray, by the Ettrick Shep-
herd, 127

Brother, my, by ditto, 373

Come down the Brae, Donald, by ditto, 294
Dirge, 33

by the author of Frankenstein, 41
Domestic Asides, or truth in parentheses,

Fragment, a, by S. S., 143
Forsaken, the, 232

From the Greek of Julianus, 405

POETRY.

T C, Esq., to, 315
Traitor, the, 394

Auld Robin Gray, as originally written by Unknown, author of The Unrevealed, to the,
Lady Anne Lindsay, 37

315

I know a Spot, by Thomas Haynes Bayley,

61

G-n, Esq., to, 316
Greek of Julianus, from the, 405
Gray, Auld Robin, as originally written by
Lady Ann Lindsay, 37
Gray, Bonny Mary, by the Ettrick Shep-
herd, 127

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Women Fo'k, the, 95
Witche's Chant, a, 96

Where am I gaun, by the Ettrick Shepherd,

242

Weep not for Me, 383

BOOKS.

Annual, comic, 47

171

Epigram, addressed to a young lady, greatly Agapæ, or the sacred Love-pledge, by Mrs.

alarmed at lightning, 32

Lacklan, 172

Obituary for 1830, 108

Art of Miniature-painting on Ivory, by
Arthur Parsey, 108

Analysis of the Calendar of the Church of
England, 109

Achievements of the Knights of Malta, by
Alexander Sutherland, 171

American Stories, &c., by Miss Mitford,

Annual, the Dramatic, 336

Albanians, the, a dramatic sketch, 336

Bijou, the military, by John Shipp, 52
musical, 52

Bayley, Mr. (Embryo) song-book, 53
Byron, Moore's, 88

Bertha's Visit to her Uncle in England, 108
Beauty, the force of, and other poems, 249
Bride, the Sailors, 336

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History of England, an Epitome of the, 108
History of England, by Mrs. Markham, 109
Keepsake, the, for 1831, 37
Knowledge for the People, 52
Knights of Malta, achievements of the, 171
King, a letter to the, by the silent member,

332

Library, Edinburgh Cabinet, vol. 3, 336
Landor's Poems, 336
Lords, friendly Advice to, on the Reform Bill,

413

Military Bijou, the, by John Shipp, 52
Musical Bijou, the, 52

Malta, the achievements of the Knights of,
171

Montgomery, Mr., Oxford, a poem, by, 208
Moore's Byron, 88

Minstrel, the pious, 249

Missolonghi, the Siege of, 335
Miniature Painting on Ivory, the art of, 108
Missionaries, Travels and Researches of
eminent English, 108

Pious Minstrel, the, 249

No. 15 and 16, Pensée, the, by a young Lady, 249
Poems, Landor's, 336

Poetical works of James Beattie, 408
Portraits of the Dead, 414
Rout, the emperor's, 52
Queen's Page, the, 51

Novels, Standard, 249
Noble's Orientalist, 249
Noble Game of Billiards, 413

Olio for February, 172

Oxford, a poem, by Mr. Montgomery, 208
Orientalist, Noble's, 249

Page, the Queen's, a romance, 51
Pictorial Vocabulary, 52

Premier, the, a novel, with copious extracts,
163, 323

Pupils' Own Book, by Louis Fenwick de
Porquet, 171

Reform Bill, friendly advice to the Lords
on the, 413

Satan in search of a wife, 52
System, Fenwickian, 52
Song-book, Mr. Bayley's, 53
Servants' Guide and Family Manual, 109
Stories, American, 171

Siege of Constantinople, in 3 cantos, 172
Standard Novels, 249

Siege of Missolonghi, 335
Sailor's Bride, the, 336

Second Letter to the King,by the silent mem-
ber, 406

Talba, the, a romance, by Mrs. Bray, 52
Travels and researches of eminent English
Missionaries, 108

Time's Telescope for 1831, 109
Tales of Tieck, 333

Works, poetical, of James Beattie, 408

MUSIC.

a second letter to the, by the silent Aria, Grazioza and Rondo pastorale, for the
member, 406

Life of Sir Humphry Davy, 103

pianoforte, 250
Bijou, Musical, 109

Bonny Blue Caps, the, 110
Ballad, a, Forget Me Not, 338

Clarke's Instructions for the Pianoforte, 173
Cot, the Woodland, 250
Classical Compositions, from the works of
Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Dr.
Crotch, &c., a Selection of, 338

Five Serious Songs, 53
Forget Me Not, a ballad, 338

Gondola, the, for four voices, 53
Green's Hints on the Spanish Guitar, 54
Grave and Gay, Songs for the, 173

He's what they call a Bonnie Lad, 110
Harmonicon, the, 414

I'll press Thee to my Heart, 53

I mark from my Cell, 110

I'm Thine e'en for Ever, 173
I will Come, 250

Les chernoises, contredanses variées, pour
les pianoforte, 173
Lovely May, 250

E

Anderson, 284
Bouverie, 61
Blomefield, 206
Baker, 206
Blackett, 366
Beaumont, 366
Booth, 366
Brook, 366
Colville, 61
Clerke, 61
Calder, 284
Croismare, 366
Cholmondeley, 366
Calcraft, 444
Duncombe, 206
Duncan, 366

Anson, 61
Averne, 62
Abercromby, 366
Arden, 444

Burdett, 61

Bligh, 62

Bamfylde, 118

Bouverie, 206

Like the Rose-bud fair in Woman's youth, Spanish Maidens, 250

53

Long have I loved thee, 110

Lulu, overture to, 172

Baillie, 284

Brooke, 366
Borough, 444
Chichester, 61
Cavendish, 62
Cooper, 118
Courtenay, 118
Cole, 118
Campbell, 118
Colquhon, 118

Durham, 366
Emery, 117
Eliot, 444
Erskine, 444
Forbes, 61
Fraser, 117-366
Graham, 206
Hope, 61
Hampson, 117
Heneage, 206
Henley, 284
Hopetoun, 336
Hobhouse, 336
Harding, 444
Ingestrie, 284
Jolliffe, 117

Listen, sweet Lady listen, 250
Letter, the, 414
Musical Bijou, 1

Minstrel, the Swiss, 110
Maidens, Spanish, 250
Mother, to the spirit of my, 250
Mariner's Child to its Mother, 414

Courcy, De, 206
Cooper, 284
Causton, 366
Clendinning, 366
Crease, 366

Carleton, 444

Curtis, 444
Duncombe, 62
Douglas, 284
Dalrymple, 366
Egerton, 62
Erskine, 118
Falkland, 61
Fitzclarence, 61
Forester, 61

Fortescue, 118
Fitzwilliam, 444
Gage, 284

Out at last, 110

Of little Cupid, ah beware! 110
Overture to Lulu, 172

O Love is like the sunny ray, 250

Pianoforte, Clark's instructions for the, 173
Repertoire pour les dames, 173
Rondo, pastorale, for the pianoforte, 250

Serious songs, five, 53

Swiss Minstrel, the, 110

Songs for the Grave and Gay, 173
Sacred songs, 250

Spirit of my Mother, to the, 250
Selection of classical compositions from the
works of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beet-
hoven, Dr. Crotch, &c., 338

Thousand a-year, a, 250

BIRTHS.

Kaye, 61

Kinscote, 206

Knatchbull, 286

Kirkwall, 366

Keith, 444
Long, 206
Lillie, 284
Mitford, 117
Melville, 117

Manse, 206
Montague, 284

Ouseley, 284
Petre, 284
Percival, 284
Rodney, 366
Sandon, 117

MARRIAGES.

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Suffield, 206

Stuart, 206-284

Sutton, 206

Sidney, 206
Sinclair, 284
Stephenson, 366
Sitwell, 366

Stapleton, 366
Smith, 444
Turnour, 206
Thynne, 284
Turner, 284

White, 61
Willock, 284
Wilton, 444

Lawrance, 444
Manners, 61-206
Mildmay, 62
Moore, 118

Maule, 366

Milligan, 444
Neeld, 118
Nightingale, 366
O'Donel, 366

Ommaney, 62
Pace, 61

Page, 206

Pack, 206
Parry, 366
Roos, De, 61
Roots, 62

Roche, 62
Reynell, 206

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