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Punch bought by a Lord 385
Logic; or the Art of Reason- Preachers, Modern

• 302
11

Q
Letters, the Ancient State of Quotations from other Writers 87
them in England

101

R
Lisbon, as it was
- 237 Reform

· 102
Louis VIII. of France

296
Libels

307
Scott's Marmion

11
Love in many Masks
- 316 | Spain

30
Lope de Vega
394 Singularity of Manners

: 225
Literary Intelligence, 64, 144, 212 Superstition and Dreams 230
288, 360, 432 Strozzi, Mareschal

232
Literary Education of Women 376 | Spaniards and Portuguese 23
M
Ibid.

333
Melange-No. XI. Utility of Surnames, Ancient and Mo-
Physicians
31 dern

363
Dialogue between an Irish

T
Inkeeper and an English- Theoretic Speculation

102
32 Traveller, the, an Oriental
Music, Cathedral and Paro-

Apologue

297
chial

82

Turks and Greeks, their Cha-
its effets on Animals 100 racter

315
Modern Athenians
150 Theatrical Insolence

389
Medina Celi, Duke of
152 Theory against Fact

- 389
Military Hints

156

V
N

Verue, Johanna Baptista 18
Nell Gwynn
382 Villaçerfe, Madame

84
Vielleville (M. de)

- 386
Ossian

172

W
Our Saviour, bis Character 221 Weather, the

14
Olivarez, Count
323 Whitfield, Mr.

175
Old Nick

· 372 Wife, her Expenses how to be
P
regulated

223
Profession, Advantages of hav-

her Employment for-
ing one
153 merly

- 299
Philip II. of Spain
• 322 Wealth and Rank

305
Proverb (an Old)

- 392 Woodward, the Comedian 386

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REVIEW OF BOOKS.
B

F
Blind Boy, a Melo-drama 187 Frend's Evening Amusement 40
Bethan's (Matilda) Poems -

262 Father's Advice to his Son at
School

183
Cecil's Memoirs of the Rev.

G
John Newton

112 Gilchrist's Examination of the
Cooke's Conversation

117 Charges of Ben Jonson's
Corrie's Letters on Coffee 117 Enmity towards Shakspeare
Clarkson's History of the

177
Abolition of the Siave Trade 325

H.
D

Harriott's Struggles through
Du Bois's Edition of Francis's

Life, continued

37
Horace

107

1

Smith's (1. H.) Authentic
Ingram's Causes of the In-

Narrative of the Causes
crease of Methodism, &c. 116 which led to the Death of
K
Major André

39
Kemble's (C.) Plot and Coun- Smith (E.) Legendary Tales 48
terplot

187 || Savory's Poetical Tales 336
M

Shoberl's Translation of Mei.
Mayne's Siller Gun, a Poem 183 ner's History of the Female
Macdiarmid's Lives of British

Sex

393
Statesmen

330 Smith's (Mary) Observations
0

on Seduction and Prostitu-
Old Nick's Pocket Book 259

tion

-396
Р

T
Pratt's Contrast (a Poem) - 399 Tomkins's Rays of Genius 116
Parsons's Travelling Recrea- Turnor's Collections for the
tions

111 History of Grantham 253
Porter's (Jane) Aphorisms of Trial of Major Campbell, for
Sir Philip Sidney

263 the Murder of Capt. Boyd 333

Trefusis’s, (Miss) Poems and
Reasons for not believing Hugh

Tales

396
Boyd to be the Author of

W
Junius

264 Works of the late General
S
Burgoyne

335
Scott's Marmion, continued 33

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POETRY.
А

L
Anacreontic

134
Lines to

129
Alla Spagua, &c.

204

to Miss S. Morgan 203
Address spoken by Mr. Jones Laura

130
at Manchester
285 Lying Dick

131
occasioned by Sir Ar-
thur Wellesley's Victory, Ode (Latin, with Translation)
spoken by Mrs. Litchfield to Mrs. Merry

210
at Worthing

- 286

P
B

Prologue to the Mysterious
Battle of Baylen, by W. Carey, Bride

353
Esq.

349

Q
с

Quatorzain, written in Rich-
Canzonet

275
mond Park

274
D

to Miss S. Morgan 352
Doubt (The) cleared up

by J. G.

422
F

to Horatius

424
Farewell Address, by Mad, Sonnets 133, 135, 351, 352
Storace, on quitting the

to Horatius

129
Stage

58

written in Richmond
I

135
Impromptu on hearing of the

Park

to Horatio *****

202
Convention at Cintra 274

to A B.

203
Interrogations, (doublful,) re-

to my Lyre

- 276
solved

423
(Burlesque)

. ib.

- 132

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DRAMA.
A

First Come first Served 209
Africans, by Mr. Colman 206 Fortune Teller

355
B

Forest of Hermanstadt 356
Barry, Spranger
345 Fletcher, John

401
Bellamy, Mrs.

137

G
Booth (Barton)

413 German Theatre, some Ac-
Beaumont (Francis)
. 401 count of

124
C

Garrick and Macklin, Anec-
Country Theatres.

dotes of

269
Edinburgh

62

H
Glasgow

62, 142, 358 Home, Mr. Author of Dou-
Bath -
63, 358 glas, Account of him

270
Richmond

141 Hamlet, Note on a Passage in
Manchester

141, 284
this Play

273
Brighton
142, 357

L
Worthing

142, 236

London Theatres.
Sunderland

149

Drury-Lane 57, 277, 354, 425
Dublin

284, 430
Covent-Garden

59, 277
Weymouth

285 Haymarket 61, 136, 206, 277
Shrewsbury

358 King's Theatre (Covent-Gar-
Corri, Mrs.

277

den Company) 356, 428
Cooke, Mr.

63

M
Catalani, Madame

287 Macklin, Anecdotes of him 191
Congreve

192

Measure for Measure, Story
Covent-Garden, its Destrục-

of it

265
tion by Fire
278 Mysterious Bride

58
intended New Mattocks, Mrs. her Retire-
Theatre
357 ment from the Stage

60
D
May, Mr.

138
Dramatic Performances, Re- Mudie, Mrs.

355
flection on

119
Dra Lady Carlisle's opi- OʻKeeffe's Plays

201
nion of it

123
Orger, Mrs.

355
Dryden (Johu)

408
Otway (Thomas)

402
E

P
Essays on Literature and Hu- Passions, their Expression 122
manity-No. IV.Remarks on Play-House

267
the Drama

49 | Plays, Sir Matthew Hale's
Epilogues (humourous) after Opinion of them

273
Tragedies
343 Patrick in Prussia

342
F

Portrait of Cervantes, (C. G.) 61
Foote, Original Character of Plot and Counterplot 137
him, by Mr. Gahagan

118

Q
Fatal Curiosity

138

Quakers, and the Stage 123

- 403

354

R
Smith, Mr. J.

355
Racine and Corneille, com- Steele (Sir Richard)
pared

190

T
Richard III. Exculpation of Theatrical Intelligence, 62, 141
him from the Charges

284, 357
brought against him by the

Confla-
Historians, and followed grations

293.
by Shakspeare

337 Three and the Deuce

W
Sheridan, sen. Thomas - 52 Warren, Mrs. formerly Miss
✓ Shakspeare's Common Place Brunton

183, 210
Book
193 | Woffington, Mrs.

415
Spanish Theatricals

359 || Wilks, the celebrated Actor 413
Storace, Madame, her Retire- Wycherly (William) • 410
ment from the Stage

57

Y
Scriven, Mr.

277
Yes or No ?

273

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DIRECTIONS FOR PLACING THE PLĄTES.
Mr. Elliston, Mr. Morton, Mr. Reeve, Mrs. Opie, Mr, Hoare,
Mr. Quick, Mr. Hayley, Mr. Cooke, Mrs. Hartley, Mr. Suett,
Mr. Emery; Mr. Fawcett Mrs. Dickons, Mr. Kemble in Penrad-
dock), Sir John Carr, Mr. Wilkie, Mr. Macklin, Mr. Northcote,
and Mr. Reynolds, opposite their respective Memoirs in Vols. I.
II. III.

Mr. Kemble, in Richard U11. to face p. 365, Vol. III.
Mrs. Woffington, Beaumont, Fletcher, Woodward, Nell Gwyn,"
Wilks, Booth otway, Ben Jonson, Congreve, ștéele, Dryden,
Wycherly, Addison in the present Number for December,
Vol. IV.

For the Plays.
Macbeth. Betterton, to face page 9. Henderson, p. 12. Mrs. Prit-

chard, p. 14.
Comus. Milton, to face the Title-page. , Quin, to face - page 87.

Miss Catley, p. 89.
Provok'd Husband. Mrs. Oldfield, to face page 3. Colley Cibber,

page iii. Vanbnrgh, page vii.
Isabella. Southern, to face the Title-page.

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