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Cholera, Summa Observationum, &c. in Pest : Drs. Double Trial, tlie, &c. a novel, 485

Polva et Grünhut – Webster's Letter to the Doubt, On the Nature and Causes of, 487
Westminster Med. Soc.—White's Hints on con- Douville's Voyage au Congo, 548
tracting the Extension of, 175

Dover, Kidd's Guide to, 586
-, Hamett’s (Dr.) Reports, &c. of, at Dant- Dramatic Copyright, the Law of, in France, 225,
zick, 810

370
-, as it appeared in the Metropolis, Treatise Dramatic Literature, Report of the Committee on,
on, by A. Tweedie and C. Gaselee, 842

713, 747

Christianity a Divine Revelation, 78

Dreams, Dreaming, and Dreamers, 537, 552

Christianity, Hints on the Evidence of, 384

Dreams, Dendy on the Phenomena of, 138
Christian Warfare Illustrated, by R. Vaughan, 550

Druid, the, a tragedy, by T. Cromwell, 190
Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern, 821 Drury Lane Theatre, Expenses of-Salaries of
Church of God, Sermons by R. W. Evans, 487 Performers, 210
Church of England, Short's History of the, 316

Dublin Journal of Medical Science, 549
Cinque Ports, Oral Traditions of the, by Captain

Dumfries and its Environs, by J. M'Diarmid, 609

Martin, 549

Durham University Endowment, 83

Clare, John, the Poet, 666
Clarenswold, or, Tales of the North, 427
Classic Wreath, 760

Earle's Residence in New Zealand, 379, 413
Claudiani Opera-Corn. Nep. Vita, 191

Earth, Taylor's New Description of the, 320
Clayton's Visit to the Metropolis of France, 839

East India Sketch Book, 692
Clementi, Muzio, Nemoir of, 193

Easter Gift, by L. E. L. 188
Clergy, Bishop of Gloucester's Charge to the,

Ecclesiastical Courts, Reports of Commissioners on,

584

241

Cobbin's Classical English Vocabulary, 567 Economy, the Book of, 26

Cobbin's Moral Fables, 112

Edgeworth's (Miss) Tales and Novels, 273, 586

Coinage of the Greeks and Romans, Dr. Cardwell's Edinburgh Review, Blunders of, 552

Lectures on the, 303

Edinburgh Academy, Prize List of, 567

Comic' Correspondence, 444, 461, 701

Edinburgh Cabinet Library: Polar Seas, 31; Bri-
Commercial Life, Sketches from, 369

tish India, 329, 400; Humboldi's Travels, 760;

Common Prayer, Companion to Book of—Psalms Progress of Discovery on Northern Coast of

and Hymns, 535

America, 666

Companion to every Almanac, 794

Edward Herbert's Letters, 5
Companion and Key to the History of England, Edystone Lighthouse, Visit to the, 570
518

Elements, the, a poem by T. Joyce, 585

CONCERTS, Miss Bruces, 341; Mr. Begrez's, 356;

Elias Wilson, a sketch, (Allan Cunningham,) 11

Madame Stockhausen's, 389; Mr. Eliason's, 389;

Eliot, Hampden, and Pym-D’Israeli's Reply to

De Begnis's, 420

Lord Nugent, 153

Emigrants, Dyke's Advice to, 534

Ancient Music, Concerts of-161, 180, 196, 212,

Emigrant's Pocket Companion (Mudie's), 270

229, 241, 310, 326, 341, 356, 373

Emigration to Canada, Martin Doyle's Hints on,

Philharmonic Society-148, 180, 212, 244, 292, 326,

356, 404

Emigration, Information of the Government Com-

Royal Academy-260, 420

missioners as to, 270

Societa Armonica--198, 229, 420, 444

Encyclopædia Britannica, 454

Contarini Fleming, a novel, 298

England and France, 254

Contrast, a novel, 237

English Church, Tales of the, 842

Conversational Method of teaching Languages, 567

English and French Dictionary (De Porquet's),

Conversion of James Cook, murderer of Mr. Paas,

567

666

English Grammar (Hiley's), 567

Copley's (Mrs. E.) Brief View of Sacred History,

Exercises adapted to. 760

47

English Grammar, Principles of, by Prof. Hunter,

Coquetterie, la, a novel, 361

810

Corderii Colloq. Selecta, 31

English History, Ince's Outline of, 31

Corn Law Rhymes, author of, Collected Poems English Songs, by Barry Cornwall, 377, 395

by, 711, 824

Enigmettes, &c. by Mary H. K. Key, 112

Correspondence of a Woman of Fashion, 471 Epps (Dr.) on Counteraction, 471
Coulthirst, the African Traveller, 520

Ettrick Shepherd, the, 370
Country Houses, tales, 677

Etymological Manual of the English Language,
Court of Flora, by S. Bell, 679

810

Crabbe, George, Memoir of, 112—Anecdote of, 162 Eugene Aram, Memoir of, 414

--Recollections of, 256

Eugene Aram, by E. L. Bulwer, 3

Crabbe, Beauties of, 384

Eura and Zephyra, a tale, &c. by D. Booth,

Crosby Hall, Preservation of, 338, 420

550

Crosby Hall, Historical Notices of, 743

Example, or Family Scenes, 586

Cullen's Life and Writings, Account of, by Dr.

Excitement, the, for 1833, 760

Thomson, 271

Exton's Poetical Discourse, &c. 823

Currency Question, Joplin's Analysis of the, 352

Curtis's Treatise on the Ear, 585

Cuvier, Memoir of, 337

Fables, Fifty-one Original,-cuts by R. Cruik-

sbank. 822

Facilis. Celera, Certa, 111
Dancing, Theleur's Letters on, 48

Fair of May Fair, the, a novel. 287
Daughter of Jephtha, the, a poem, 112

Faith as unfolded by many Prophets, (H. Marti-
Davy, Sir Humphry, Tobin's Tour in company

neau), 519

with, 90

Fallacies of Hope, a poem, 678

Dean Rural, Office of, 487

Family Classical Library : Cæsar, 471; Sophocles,

Death Summons, the, a tragedy, 241

616

Democracy and Manners, 504

Family Library: Cunningham's Lives of the
Democrat, the, &c. tales, 316

Painters, 124, 156; Trials of Charles I. &c. 381,
Depping's Recollections of his Life in Paris, 673, 453 ; Sketches of Venetian History, 414; Brew-
742

ster's Letters on Natural Magic, 483, 499; Lives
Destinies of Man, a poem, by R. Millhouse, 564 of Scottish Worthies. 563; Six Months in the
Diamond Gazetteer of Great Britain, &c. 241 West Indies, 760; Life of Peter the Great, 743
Diamond Walker's Dictionary, 241

Family Sermons, original, 700
Discourses and Sacramental Addresses, by D. B. Family Temperance Meeting, 760
Baker, 255

Farinaceous Seeds, &c. Hiort on, 534
Dissector's Guide, by E. W. Tuson, 288

Fashionable Lecturers at Paris, fc. 810
Divines of the Church of England, 454

Father's New Year's Gift, 78
Doddridge's Devotional Letters, 414

Fauni Boreali-Americani-Birds, 78, 89
Don's System of Gardening and Botany, s01 aust's Catechism of Health, 288
Doomed, the, a tale, 345

Females of the present Day, by a Country Lady, 1

Female (Modern) Cultivation, Essays on, 65, 79,

95, 129, 521
Ferdinand of Spain, Authentic Account of the De-

posing of, 744
Finden's Gallery of the Graces, T. K. Hervey

illust. 820

FINE ARTS :

Artists and Amateurs Conversazioni-19, n. 15;

732, 796

British Artists' Exhibitions-195, 211, 228; 710

British Gallery Exhibitions-Modern Works, 84,

99; Old Masters, +43

Royal Academy Exhibition-308, 323, 339, 355,

387,419, 191
Water Colour Exhibition-290, 324

Water Colours, New Society's Exhibition-259
Fine Arts, new publications in :
Annuals, Plates of the Amulet, Friendship's Offer."

ing, Keepsake, 667 ; Picturesque, New Year's Gift,
668 ; Souvenir, 683; Book of Beauty, 761; Tur-

ner's Annual Tour, 780
Amherst, Lord, 115
Belgians, the Queen of the, 621; Lady George Booth,

164; Burns, Illustrations of the Poems of, 115;
Lady Charlotte Butler, 761; Byron Gallery, 550,

668;-Illustrations of Byron, (see Finden.)
Carlisle (Cattermole), 732; The Captive Slave, 507;,

Chatsworth House (W. Daniell}, 828; The Club-

List (Wilkie), 275; Rev. Dr. Crombie, 844
Departure of the Israelites from Egypt (Roberts),

340; Earl and Countess of Derby,693; Designs for
Lodges and Park Entrances, 325; The Destruction
of the Cities of the Plain Lucas], 275; Devonshire

and Cornwall Ilustrated, 491

English School of Painting and Sculpture, 291, 636,

748; Examples of the Antique Rose, 507

Far away-Arrived in Sight, 212; The Fall of Baby.'

lon [Martin}, 99; Finden's Landscape Illustrations

of the Works of Lord Byron, 52, 325, 475, 507,572,

636, 700, 780; Fishing Boats (Bonington), 340

Gems of British Landscape, 700; Gevartius (F. W.

Wilkin), 275; Earl Grey (F. W. Wilkin), 556;

Lady Grey of Crosby, 507 ; Lord Francis Leveson

Gower (F. W. Wilkin), 275

Heads of Sir Walter Scott and Lord Byron, 636 ;

Hodnet Church, and Poynings Church, 508; Mrs.

Honey as Psyche, 828 ; The Hon. Mrs. Howard,

275; Howard's Spirit of the Plays of Shakspeare,

52, 556

Illuminated Monuments (H. Shaw], 828; Illuminated'

Ornaments, from Missals of the Middle Ages, 475;
lllustrations of Modern Sculpture, 605,811; Illus-
trations of Smollett, Fielding, &c. (Cruikshank).
383 ;-of the Surrey Zoological Gardens, 503 ;-of

Waverley, ( see Scott.)
Kate is Crazed, 161; The King (Lane), 52
Ladye Chapel of St. Saviour's, 147; Lakes of Scot-

land, 52, 115; The Lakes, 748 ; Liverseege, En.
gravings from the Works of, 541, 748; Lodge's Por-
traits of Illustrious Persons, 683; · Love me, love
my Dog,' 115
Major's Cabinet Gallery of Pictues, 599, 665,742; 'Sir

James Mackintosh, 507; Martin's Illustrations of
the Bible, 507 ; Martin's Illustrations of Milton, 459;
Mazeppa, 52; Memorials of Oxford, 764, 828 ;
Monuments in St. Dunstan's in the West, 147;

La Musique, 373
National Historical Ilustrations, Colonel Murray's,

524; National Portrait Gallery, 372; New Church
of St. Dunstau in the West, 115; The New Coat

(Wilkie), 275; St. Nicholas' Church, Surrey, 244

Old and New London Bridges (Cooke], 572, 668

Palladio, Specimens of the Edifices of, 164; Lady

Peel (Sir T. Lawrence), 511 ; The Penny Wedding

(Wilkie), 372: Pictorial History of the Bible, 503 ;

Picturesque Menorials of Salisbury, 508; Pom-

peiana, Sir W. Gell's, 419; Popular Portrait Gal.

lery, 828; Procession of the Flitch of Bacon

1 Stothard], 443;. Progressive Drawing Book

[Child's], 556; Pyne's Pocket Sketching Com-

panion, 636

Racing-Wild Deer (Sporting Mag.),503; Rosalind

(Hoppner), 244; The Empress of Russia (G. Dawe),

556

Saul, 115; M. Samengo and Mad. Brugnoli, 340;

Scenery in the Highlands and Isles of Scotland,

147, 373; Sir Walter Scott, Illustrations of the

Works of -36, n. 39, 475, 508, 636, 700-Portraits

of Female Characters in the Waverley Novels,

572, 748, 827; Portraits of Sir Walter Scott, 633,

732; Scraps and Sketches (G. Cruikshank], 589;

Sketches of Animals (Landseer), 52; Sketches in

the Isle of Wight, 476; South American Scenes,

241; The Sportsman at Home, 419; The Marquis

of Stafford (F. W. Wilkin), 388 ; St. Michael's

Mount, 340

The Token of the Covenant (Jackson), 338; Tomble.

son's Views of the Rbine, 608; The Twopendy

Portrait Gallery, 036

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Fine Arts-continued.

Gregory's (Dr.) Lise of Dr. Mason Good, 817 Lady's Log Book, Extracts front, 777, 824

Views of Benares (Princeps), 556; Views of Graves-

Greisley's (Sir R.) Life of Gregory VII., 614 Ladies' Family Library, ed. Mrs. Child : Biogra.
epd, 340; Views in lodia, 507; Views on the

Gresswell's View of the Parisian Greek Press, 785 phies of Mad. de Staël aud Mad. Roland, 583 ;
Loire, 325, 700; Views of New York, 147; Views
Gutenberg, Authentic Account of, 506

Lady Russell and Madame Guyon, 794
of the Principal Cities of Europe, 36, n. 39; Views
in the Pyrenees, 147; Views on the Rhine, from

Lafayette et la Revolution, par B. Sarrans, 561,
Cologne to Mayence, 508

579, 600;-632
Waiting for Death-on wood (Bewick], 589; Water Hall's (Capt.) Fragments of Voyages, &c. 185, 208 La Lithuanie, &c. par M. Pietkiewicz, 682
Colours, Gallery of Paipters in, 164, 373, 589; Hans Sloane, a tale, by J. Brownlow, 47

Lance's Golden Farmer, 47
Charles Whitley, Esq. (F. W. Wilkin), 84; William

Happy Week, or Holidays at Beechwood, 842 Lander's Voyage down the Niger, 189, 206

Wordsworth (Boxall], 459; Windsor Castle, 683;

O‘llara, Mr. Abel, Extracts from the Journal of, | Landscape Illustrations of Lord Byron, 306

The Wounded Leopard, 17; Wivell's Portraits,
680

Languages, a Treatise on, by A. Jenour, 567

Harrison's Historical and Domestic Tales, 455 Latin Delectus for Edinburgh Academy, 336

Fitzgeorge, a novel, 363

Harrison's Christmas Tales, 760

Latin Grammar, Rudiments of, 79

Florentine Brothers, and other poems, 452

Hastings, Kidd's Companion to, 744

La Trappe, Monastery and Monks of, 497

Flowers of Fable (150 engravings), 320
Hawes's Lectures to Young Men, 352

Lauread, the, a satirical poem, 804

Fort Risbane, &c. by a Detenu, 455

Hawthornden Manuscripts by W. Drummond, 465 Leeds Magazine of Education, 507

Fortune Hunting, a novel, 471

Haydon, Productions of, 258

Legends and Stories of Ireland, (Lover's,) 334

Fossil Flora of Great Britain, by J. Lindley, 545

Heads and Tails, 13, 1. 34

Legends of the Rhine, 549

Française, Société des Professeurs de la Langue,

Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon, 487

Letter of the Devil to the Editor, 176

Introduction aux Annuaires de la, 567

Heidenmauer, the, a novel, 435

Francis the First, a drama, by Fanny Kemble, 170

Library of Entertaining Knowledge: Criminal

Heliotrope, the, a poem, 427

Trials, 335; British Museum, 518

Frederick Wilding, a novel, 142

Freedom and Knowledge, Advantages of present Henry Masterton, a novel, 411

Helvetic Society of Naturalists, 540

Library of Romance- The Ghost-hunter and his

Family, 836

times as to, 241

Herbert's Country Parson, &c. 112

Liddiard's Tour in Switzerland and France, 384

French Academy, Public Sitting, 540

L'Hermite au Palais, 627

French, Art of Reading and Translating, at Sight,

Life and Confessions of Dicky O'Brady, Esq., 401,
Heywood, Captain, Memoir of, 694

415, 457
567
French Accidence (Merlet's), 567
Highland Smugglers, a novel, 469

Lights and Shadows of German Life, 803
Hindoo Youth--The Enquirer— The Persecuted- Lindley's Outline of Horticulture, 534-Fossil

French Balades of Sir John Gower, 550

by Baboo Krishna Mohana Banerjea, 394

Flora, 545

French Catechism (Longmoor's), 144

Lions of London, Guide to the, 209
French Conversations Familières (Grandineau's),

Hindus, Coleman on the Mythology of the, &c. 220
Hoeï-lan-ki, Chinese drama, 694

Literary Pancratium, by R. and T. S. Carr, 414

567

Hogarth, Anecdotes, &c. of, 115

French and English Dictionary. 632

Literary Rambler-Glasgow Magazine, 666

French Formative Grammar (Gillespie's), 567

Homer and his Writings, by the Marquis d'Urban, Literature and Art, the Influence of, in India, 618

396

Literature, State of, in Germany, 128

French Grammar and Conversation (Claverie's),

Hood's Whims and Oddities, 127

Liverseege Henry, Memoir of, 48

French Grammar (Peithman's), 567

Horace, with English Notes, by H. Pemble, 697 Living Artists (see also preceding volumes]:

Horne's Prayers for the Afflicted, 810

French Grammar (Rubattel's), 162

xi. R. B. Haydon, 32

Horses, Suitable Bits and Bridles for, 384

French Literature, a Course of, by A. J. Doisy, 567

xii. T. Phillips, R. A. 80

French Nouns, Thurgar's Arrangement of, 567

Hours of Reverie, by Louisa Coutier, 585

xiii. H. Bone, R.A. 145

House of Commons, Suggestions for Reforın of, 304
French Poetical Gift, 95

xiv. W. Hilton, R.A. 209
How to keep House on 1501. a Year, 58
French Pronouncing Grammar (Furnival's), 678

xv. G. Jones, R.A. 505

Froissart and his Times, by Barry St. Leger, 411

Hugo's (Victor) tragedy, ' Le Roi s'amuse,' 795 xvi. W. Allan, A.R.A. 586

Hulsean Lectures for 1832, 352
Frugal Housewife. Mrs. Child's, 414

xvji. C. R. Leslie, R.A. 760
Fulfilment of a Dream, 9

Hunchback, the, a play, by Sheridan Knowles, 283 Lois, De l'influence des mœurs sur les, &c. 804
Fumigating Baths, Green's Observations on, 288
Hunt, Leigh, 114

London and Westminster, History, &c. of, 384
Hunt, Leigh, Poetical Works of, 793

London, Topographical Details of, 47

Loudon University-163, 477
Gardner's (Dr.) Essay on Mineral and Thermal

Loudon's Encyclopædia of Rural Architecture, 335

Springs, 824

Illinois, Notes of, 385, 402

Louis XVIII, Memoirs of, 756

Garrick's Private Correspondence, 28, 42

Immortality of the Soul, and other poems, 255 Lyell's Principles of Geology, 5
Geneva, Church of, Cattermole on the Doctrine of Impediments of Speech, Poett on, 401

Lyon's Analysis of the Parts of Speech, 191

the, 657

Ince's Outlines of General Knowledge, 487 Lysons's Conjectures on the Identity of Job, 318

Geographical Society, Journal of the, 724 ; India, Royal Asiatic Society, 587
Geological Sketches, by Maria Hack, 77

India, Upper, Tour through, 258
Georgian Era, 108
India, Galloway on the Laws, &c. of, 471

Mackay's Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Juno,

German Naturalists, Meeting of the, 667

India, Mundy's Pen and Pencil Sketches of, 281, 2011

German Literature, Bernays' Lectures on, 112 317

Mackintosh, Sir James, 354

German Prince, the, Tour of, &c. 105, 122, 141, Initia Latina, 502

Mactaggart's (Mrs.) Plays, 832

-191

Invalid's Help to Prayer, 743

Maid of Elvar, a poeni, by; Allan Cunningham,

Gibson's French, English, and Latin Vocabulary, Invisible Gentleman, a novel, 819

265

760

lodine, Medical Properties of, by C. J. B. Aldis, 65 Major's Cabinet Gallery-Descriptions, &c. by

Gilly's Memoir of Felix Neff, 481

Tolande, and other poems, 399

Allan Cunningham, 582, 665, 742, 822

Girl's Own Book, by Mrs. Child, 273
Ireland, Bryan's Practical View of. 252

Malta and Sicily, Bigelow's Travels in. 172, 268
Godmanchester, Fox's History of, 286

Ireland, History of the Civil Wars in, by W. C. Manufactures, Babbage on. 297,315, 400

Goethe's Remains, Honours paid 10, 273

Taylor, 27

Married, the way to get. 298

Goethe, Influence of the Writings of, 242
Ireland, Lawless's History of, 678

Martineali's (Harriet) Political Economy: Life in
Goethe represented from personal Intercourse, 513 Ireland. Popular Discontent in, by P. Molloy, 91 the Wilds, 95 ; Brooke and Brooke Farm-De-
Golden Calf, the, a comedy, by D. Jerrold, 617 Irish Minstrelsy, ed. J. Hardiman, 515

merara, 319; Cousin Marshall, 586; Ireland,
Goldsmith, Dr., Letter of, 177

Irish Peasantry, Traits and Stories of the, 47, 806 693
Goldsmith's Geography, Introduction to, 414 Irving's (W.) Tales of the Alhambra, 283 Masque, by Sheridan Knowles, 693
Gortoo's Topographical Dictionary, 713

Italian Poets, Stebbing's Lives of-Foscolo, 47 Maternal Sketches, &c. by Eliza Rutherfoord,
Gossipor Literature and Art, Our Weekly-(Jan.)

319
19 n. 15, 34 n. 37, 50 n. 51, 66 11. 67—-(Feb.)

Maxima Charta of 1832,794
82, 97, 115, 129–( March) 146, 163, 178, 194, James's (G. P. R.) Memoirs of Great Commanders, Maxims and Morals for Every Day, 586
210—(April) 227, 243, 259, 274-(May) 289, 107

Mechanic's Calculator (Grier's), 794
307, 322, 338—(June ) 354, 371, 386, 403, 417 James's History of Charlemagne, 467

Mechanics, Elements ot, by J. R. Young, 320

-(July) 442, 458, 491 - (August) 507, 524, Jesse's Gleanings in Natural History, 241

Medal of Sir Walter Scott, 764

540, 535—(September) 572, 588, 620, 635– Jests from the Antique, 48, 243, 553, 699, 731 Medicine Chest ( Butler's), 842

(October) 667,683, 695, 715—(November) 731, Jews in all Ages, History of the, 162

Medicine, Cyclopædia of Practical, 64

747, 762-( December) 779, 795, 810, 827, 844 Johannice, a poem, by J. W. Pigott, 838

Member, the, an Autobiography, by J. Galt, 57

Gough's Italian Tale, and other poems, 384 Johns's (H.I.) Poems, 112

Mendham's Life of Pius V. 579

Gould's (Miss H. F.) Poems, 546

Juvenile Philosopher, by T. Keyworth, 241 Mendibil Don Pablo, Death of, 19, n. 15

Grammatical Exercises (Ferguson's), 760

Mercantile Navy Improved, by J. Ballinghall,

Grecian Antiquities, Smith's Manual of, 487

427

Grecian, the, a periodical, 519

Keightley's Mythology of Greece and Italy, 95 Merry Chrisimas to You, 17, n. 49

Greece, Antiquities of, by R. B. Paul, 368 Kensingron Observatory, 257

M-iKy, the Late, 14, n. 36

Greek Congress, Hall of ihe, 682

King's College, Gift of His Majesty to, 98 Microscopic Cabinet, by A. Pritchard, 336

Greek Choric Poetry, Anstice's Translations from, King's College, proceedings, 244

Millingen on Ancient Greek Coins, &c. 1

789

King (Dr.) on Lithotrity, 471

Mind, the, and other poems, by C. Swain, 335

Greek Gospels (Griesbach's text), 568

Klosterheim, or the Mask, by the Opium Eater, Minstrelsy of the Woods, 518

Greek Revolution, Gordon's History of the, 707

266

Mirabeau. Dumont's Reminiscences of, 109, 125,

Greek Vases, Description of 32 Ancient, 383 Knowledge for the People, by J. Timbs, 666

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MISCELLANEA (The chief paragraphs (and those Niebuhr's History of Rome, 203

Original Poetry-continued.

of permanent interest only,) are here cited] : Nights of the Round Table, 31

to John, 472. Sonnet to Retirement (J. H. Rey-

Portable Telegraphs, 20, n. 16; Stephens' The-

Norman Abbey, a tale of Sherwood Forest, 60

nolds), 8. Sonneton Martin's Picture of Bel.

Royal Patronage (French), 37, n. 40-
Notes upon Notes, by H. Martin, 353

shazzar's Feast, (T. Roscoe); 48. Sonnett (Richard
Alpine Phenomena-Peake of Teneriffe, 53, n. 54;
Nothing But Rags, (Douglas Jerrold,) 441

Howitt), 176. Sonnet-The Death of Lord Falk.
Novelist's Library, Roscoe's: Joseph Andrews,

land, 176. Sonnets to Gibbon, 225.
Population of New York,69; Currents of the Ocean-

Sonnet to

Sheridan Knowles, Esq. (T. Roscoe), 401. Sonnet
King's College Museum, 85; H. Stephens' Discovery Amelia, 79; Vicar of Wakefield, 240

on the Moses of Michael Angelo, 568. Sonnet
of Notes on Cicero-Latin Version of Schiller, 117 ;
Numismatic Manual, by J. G. Akerman, 320

On Italy, 570. Sonnet (B.), 552. The Soul's Tenure
State of Crime in France-The Icelandic Code of

(Mary Howitt), 430. To Spencer Perceval, Esq.,

M.P. (T. Hood), 112. Stanzás on the late Fast
Laws, 133; 149; Natural History of New Zealand,

Day, 209. Stanzas, 306. The Sylvan Brook (Mrs.

165; New African Expedition-Champollion the Obstetric Medicine, Principles of, by Dr. Davis, 65

Fletcher), 666

Younger, 181; Chiarini, 197 ; Glück, the Composer, Offering of Sympathy to Parents, 427

To a Child (T. Hood), 13, n. 49. To a celebrated
213; Steam Engines- Population-Russian Archæ- Old Enough, and Not too Old, (Charles Dance,)

Self-Multiplier, 442. To Sorrow, 488. To the
ology, 230; Antediluvian Phenomenon, 245; The 433

Composer of Songs of the Seasons,' 337. To
Austrian Censorship-Islands of Rurutu and Rótuma, Oliad, the, a poem, 534

Thomas Stothard, Esq. (Mary Howitt), 602. A
261; Censorship – Swedish Periodicals – Lumber Olympia, Visit to, in the Summer of 1832, 731

Thought for the New Year (Rev. H. Stebbing), 10.

Coves, Canada,277 ; Continental Press,293 ; European Open Sesamé, or Way to get Money, 218

A Thought (B.), 95

Vision of Robert Burns, by a Drouthy Brither, 741

Population, 310 ; Correggio-Education in Greece-

Opera, the, a novel, 64

Aquatic Birds, 326; Walter Scott and Goethe-No- Operative Poets: R. Millhouse, 564, 590; E.

What art Thon, Mind! (Author of Corn Law

velty in Horticulture, 326; Ships' Rudders, 357;

When the World was in its

Elliot, 711

Rhymes'), 433.

Youth, 423. A Winter Sun-rise (R. Howitt), 81.

Jeremy Bentham, 373; Records of Voyagers, 374; Oriental Scenes, &c. by Emma Roberts, 676

Written in the first leaf of Barry Cornwall's English

Magnetic Rocks, 390; Alexander's Monument-

Division of Poland-New Trumpet, 405; 420; 444;

ORIGINAL POETRY, by various Writers :

Songs, 474. Written in the Autograph Scrap Book

of a talented Frerch Avocat, 550

461; University of London-Remarkable Plagues,477; Address to Memory (J. Mackay Wilson), 11. Ætna

Hindoo Polygamy, 493; Slave Trade of the Congo,

(J. Everett), 15, n. 36. Any Given Nurnber, 540.

Orthoepy, Manual of, 335

509 ; 526; Chinese Literature-Rossini v. Paisiello

April Fools, 210. Ariette for Music (Shelley), 746.

Otterbourne, a novel, 792

Il Barbiere di Seviglia, 512; Joining a Settler, 558;

Our Island, &c. tales, 658

Ballad, on Delight, 353. Boyhood's Dream (T.

Hogg's Description of Scott, 573; The Copyright Act

Roscoe), 16, n. 34

Our Neighbourhood—Letters on Horticulture, &c.

666

--The Brain, 590; Pompeii, 605; Mr. Ensom, the En- Cousin, when the Spring shall fall, 760

Our Village (Fifth Series), by Mary Russell Mit
graver-Daniel Boon, the Explorer of Kentucky, Dancing Girl (T. K. Hervey), 9. King David's

ford, 593
022; Calculating Boys, 637; Reviews in France- Strait (Miss Jewsbury), 6. Dirge for a dead Painter
Catanian Museum, 669; Vegetable Structure, 685;

(Miss Jewsbury), 65. Dirge on the death of Dr.

Oxford, Advice on first going to, 471
Sonth London Market, 701 ; Improvement in Athens

Spurzheim (Pierpont), 8:24
– Habits of Animals, 717; Great Canal of Goetha-

Elegy on the Death of the Poet Keats (B.), 182.
Death of Sir John Leslie, 733; University of Dublin

The Emigrant's Farewell (Author of the Corn law

Painting and Drawing, Gleanings from Writers/
--Berlin Society of Arts and Sciences-Iceland, 749;

Rhymes), 79. Enigma from the Anthology, 731.

Epigrams, from Ditto, 243, 602, 655, 699,797. Epi- | Palgrave's Rise, &c. of the English Commonsi

St. Luke's Academy, Rome-Madrid Exhibition,

granı on a Picture, 13, n. 49. An Every Day Para- wealth, 169, 223

765 ; Trinity College, Dublin-The Chiragon, or Guide dox (William Howitt), 140. Existence, considered Panoramas : Milan, 356 ; Stirling, 828
for the Hand, 781; Navigation of the Euphrates- in itself, no Blessing (Charles Lamb), 132

Pantomime Club, 16, n. 13
- Extraordinary Mirror, 797 ; English and French Der Faderland, 729. The Fall (T. Hood), 80. Miss Parent's Poetical Anthology, 47
Acting, 812; Connexion of the Rhine and Weser, Fanny's Farewell Flowers (T. Hood), 436. A

Paris Academy of Sciences, 35, n. 38, 147, 635,
823; Diorama of the Falls of Niagara-Honours to Farewell (T. K. Hervey), 412. Faust's Curse (T.

699, 796
Scott's Memory in America, 844

Carlyle), 5. The Feast of Fashionable Authors,
601. Franconian Proverbs, 102. Friendship at

Paris, Letters from, 778, 795, 810
Missionaries, Eminent, Carne's Lives of, 397, 502 First Sight (T. Banim), 304

Paris, or the Book of the Hundred-and-One, 753,
Mississippi Valley, Flint's History, &c. of, 787, On Genoa (from Alfieri), 617. Gone (B.), 337. A

790—[see Cent-et-Un]
823, 840

Great Spirit becomes conscious of its Powers, 440 Park's (Prof.) Dogmas of the Constitution, 335
Mr, Moore and Capt. Medwin, 557, 573

The Hour of Song (Rev. H. Stebbing), 442. The

Parliament, Key to both Houses of, 471
Mod Songs, 504

Hunted Stag (Sheridan Knowles), 433

Parliamentary kegister, 31

Money, Earliest account of, 524

Impromptu (Leitch Ritchie), 12. The Invalid Mother Passages from the Diary of a Physician, 191,

Montagu's Lives of the Twelve [Modern] Cæsars,

to her Child, 242. Invocation to Misery (Shelley),

Paternal Advice, 352

794

586. Invocation to Music (B. C.), 535. Italy (I. Pauperism, Plan for Extinction of, by Rowland

K. B.), 192

Hill, 270

Montgomery's (R.) Messiah, 348

Moore's (Thomas) Evenings in Greece, 835

Lady Blanche's Leaguer, 633. The Lament (Allan Peasant Girl's Love,( Author of the O'Hara Tales

Cunningham), 432. Life, 679. Lise from the Polish 437

Mortal Life, and State of the Soul, 810

of Niemcewitz, 145. Life's Pilgrimage, 442. Life

Mosaic at Pompeii, newly discovered, 97

Peasant's Posy, by R. M'Burnie, 794

in Bangor, by a Sentimental Traveller, 537. Lines

A

Mother's Book, by Mrs. Child, 140

by the late William Roscoe, 16, n. 50. Lines in

Pecchio's (Count) Observations of an Italian Exile,
Motherwell's Poems, 818 .

Memory of the late Richard Wellesley, Esq. n. 66.

805

Mother's Medical Guide, 256

Lines to C. Stanfield, 336. Lines to iss Remble, Peninsular War, Southey's History of, 249

by Curl-Pated Hugh, 436. Lines with a Guitar

Mother's Present to her Daughter, 427

Penn (Sir William), Memoir of, by Granville i
Mudie's Guide to the Observation of Nature, 793

(Shelley), oso. Lines written after reading Sir Penn, 833

Edward Seaward's Narrative (Mrs. Fletcher, late

Munden, the Comedian, ( Charles Lamb.) 96

Miss Jewsbury), 777. Lines written during the

Penny Magazine of the Diffusion Society, 274

Munich Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences, 308 Castlereagh Administration (Shelley), 701. Lines

Penny Periodicals, 455
written under the Picture of William Hazlit, 321.

Petroni, ensamenti d'Illustri Autori, 613
MUSIC-New Publications : 19, n. 15; 52. 67, 84,

The Lover of Music to the Pianoforte (Leigh Hunt), Phantom City, and other poems, 30
116, 165, 212, 2:9, 215, 260, 275, 276, 292, 34),

Phenomena of Nature Explained, 112
389, 409, 491, 492, 556, 572, 589, 621,716, 732,

Maiden's Dream (Allan Cunningham), 17, n. 13. Philological Museum, 161
733, 748, 796, 828

Magnetic Lady to her Patient (Shelley), 522. Lady Phrenology, the Catechism of, 241

Musical Trials, 132

Margaret of Richmond (Author of London in the

Physician, the, No. I. 45

Olden Time'), 492. Memorials of Burns, 693. A

Music in the Provinces, 292

Pilgrim of Erin, the, a poem, 568

Middle-aged Lady's Reply to an Offer, 519. Milton
Music of Nature, by W. Gardner, 412, 532

and Spencer-Sonnet to a friend, 432. The Music

Pinkerton's Island of Propontis, and other poems,?

Music, Fairbairn's Elements of, 663

of Nature, 48

743

Mussulmans of India, Observations on, by Mrs.

Play-bills, 733, 765, 812

Night, from the German, (T. Roscoe), 273
Meer Hassan Ali, 41, 61

Pleorama, the, 604
My Last Pupil, a tale of the Dominie, (A. Cak Trees, 587. Oceanides, No. I. (Mrs. Fletcher), Poema Canino-Anglo-Latinum, 739

843. Ode to Admiral Lord Gambier, G.C. B., (1.

Picken,) 7

Poems, by Marcus Mackay, 585

Hood), 144. Oh ! Maid of the Tweed (T. Pringle),
My Old Portfolio, by H. G. Bell, 173

825. On a Stranger's Grave near Venice, 32. The

Poems, chiefly Occasional, by S. F. Green, 47,

My Own Fireside, 550

Oudalisk's Song (Hon. Mrs. Norton), 428

Poems, chiefly Religious, by Jacques, 427

Poetic Fragments, 454

Philosophy, (B. C.), 410. The Peasant (Miss Jews.

bury), 441.

Pluto and Proserpine, a Police

Poetic Negligée for 1833, 743

Natural History of Religion, by R. Taylor, 536

Report, 334. A Poet's Prayer (Author of Corn

Poetical Ephemeras, by J. P. Brown, 111

Natural Son, the, a poem, 514

Law Rhymes'), 16, n. 19. Parting Speech of the Poetry of Truth, by Dr. Maule, 454

Neilgherry Hills, Aborigines of, Cupt. Harknes:'s Celestial Messenger to the Poet (C. Lamb), 128. A Poets and Poetessés, by N. Mitchell, 158

Description of, 171

l'assing Glance (R. Howitt), 302. Pauper's Reply Poland, Homer, and other Poems, 241

to a Pastoral Poet, 66. Answer to Pauper, 114

New Brunswick, Account of, &c. by T. Billie,

Poland, Raumer's Pamphlet on, 700,
270

Revolution (The) of 1832 (Author of Corn Law Polar Expedition, 714

New Gil Blas, by H. D. Inglis, 5651

Tihymes'), 456

Political Investigator, 455

New South Wales, Information relative to, 427 Scottish Ballad (Ettrick Shepherd), s. Sir Walter Political Terms, Use and Abuse of, 161

Scott's Return to England (H. F. Chorley), 415.
New Testament, with Commentary by C. Girdle-

Polonia, Polish Record, 760
The Sea-Boy and his sister Miss Jewsbury), 256.
Self-Enchanted (C. Lamb), 17, n. 14. Smiles (Rev.

Polwhele's Rural Rector-Biographical Sketches

Newton's Astronomy, 567

H. Caunter), 18, n. 14. Snow Drop (B. C.) 9.

in Cornwall, 346

New Zealand, Notes on, (G. Bennett,) 18, 34, n.

Song of the Crusader (Author of London in the

Poor, Condition of, Thoughts on Improving, &c.

37, 50, 1, 51, 81

Olden Time'), 14, n. 51. Song, 402. Song-Pat 534

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Population of Great Britain, 288

Scott, Sir Walter, Memoir of, (Alan Cunning- Southey, Selections from, prose ;-Essays, moral
Population Returns of 1831, 92
ham,) 641 to 653

and political, by, 123
Portal, M. Antoine, 490
Scott, Sir Walter, Letters of, 458, 666

South Seas, Narrative of a Voyage to, &c. 666
Printing, Earliest Stage of the Art, 506
Scott (Sir Walter) Life of, 794

Spain, Lord Mahon's History of the War in, 532
Printing Ink, Savage on the Preparation of, 501 Scott, Sir Walter, Letters of, to R. Polwhele, &c. Spanish Novelists, by T. Roscoe, 691

786
Privy Purse Expenses of Henry VIII, 75

Spinal Curvature, Animal Mechanics applied to
Prize Letters to Students, 255
Scottish Proverbs, 470

of, by T. Sheldrake, 760
Probation, and other Tales, 74

Sculpture, Illustrations of; Descriptions by T. K. Spurzheim, Dr. John Gaspar, Memoir of, 843
Prometheus Bound, a tragedy, by T. Medwin, 301 Hervey, 599

Standard Novels : Hungarian Brothers, 31; Can-
Prose e Carmi del Luogotenente C. Galli, 760 Secrets in all Trades, (John Poole,) 436

terbury Tales, 79; Pioneers, 225; Pastor's
Punch and Judy illustrated by G. Cruikshank, 65 Sermons, by Hobart Caunter, 400

Fireside, 585
Pursuit of Knowledge, 352
Sermons, by Cornelius Ives, 112

Stanley Buxton, a novel, by J. Galt, 222
Sermons, by R. Cattermole, 255

State Trials, 454
Sermons preached at Rugby Chapel, by Dr. Are Statistics, &c. of the United States, Ouseley's Re-
Qanoon-e-Islam, by Jaffur Shurreef, 614, 678
nold, 842

marks on, 319
Quebec, Transactions of the Literary Society of, 44 Sháh Námeh, translated by J. Atkinson, 597 Statistics of Spain, 552
Queer Book, by the Eitrick Shepherd, 284 Shakspearian Dictionary, Dolby's, 144

Statue of James Watt, 605
Quintana's Lives of Vasco Nunez and Pizarro, 346

Shakspeare Forgeries, by W. H. Ireland, 679 Steam Carriages, Ogle's and Hancock's, 539
Quintus Servinton, a tale, 64

Shamozai and Adah, (W. C. Taylor,) 439 Steam-Carriages on Roads, Gordon's Treatise on,
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, Memoir of, 472, 483, 502, 240
522, 535, 554

Steam Coaches, 490, 506
Radical, the, by J. Galt, 300

Shelley Papers : The Coliseum, 568Invocation Steam Engine, Dr. Lardner's Lectures on the, 533
Rajast'han, Tod's Annals of, 201, 253

to Misery, 586–Age of Pericles, 601-Sculpture Stenography (Harding's), 586
Rammohun Roy on Hindou Ancestral Property,

in the Florence Gallery, 617--Arch of Titus ; Stenography, Taylor's, éd. J.H. Cooke, 810

Reflections, 633–Lines with a Guitar, 680— Stevens (Dr.) on the Properties of the Blood, 471
Rammobun Roy on the Government of British Remarks on Mandeville and Mr. Godwin, 698, Stewart's Visit to the South Seas, 47
India, 254

On Frankenstein, 780Ariette for Music, 746- | Stoqueler's Pilgrimage through Khusistan and
Rammohun Roy's Translations of Books of the Revival of Literature, 761-[to be continued.] Persia, 449
Veds, 518
Shelley, Beauties of, 679

Story-Teller, the, with Cameo Gallery, 455
Real Life, &c. 353

Shelley's Masque of Anarchy, ed. Leigh Hunt, String of Pearls, the, by G. P. R. James, 727, 741
Rebelles, les, sous Charles V. par M. d'Arlincourt, 705

Suicide, Memoir of a, 97
333

Sheridan's Guide to the Isle of Wight, 502 Sunshine, or Lays for Ladies, 743
Recollections of Trinity College, Dublin, (W. C. Shipp's (Lieut.) Eastern Story-teller, 663 Surtees's Twenty-five years in the Rifle Brigade,

841
Taylor,) 14, n. 35

Ships' Rudders, Holdsworth's Revolving, 338, 357
Records of My Life, by J. Taylor, 600, 677
Short-hand, Jones's Royal Road to, 414

Syllogism, esley's Guide to, 175
Rees' (Dr.) Lectures on Oxygen, &c. 255

Shuttleworth's Consistency of Revelation with Synonyms, Dictionary of English, 31
Reform in England, Progress of, 31

itself, &c. 241
Reformed Religion in France, Smedley's History

Sir Ralph Esher, a novel, by Leigh Hunt, 25, 62
of the, 707
Sir Richard Steele's Papers, 66

Tales and Conversations, by Emily Cooper, 794
Reformer, the, a novel, 485
Skinner's Excursions in India, 469, 485

Tales of many Climes, 487
Reid's Bibliotheca Scolo-Celtica, 487
Small Towns, Essay on, 679

Tales of the Manse, 802
Religion of Taste, a poem, 469

Smith, Sir J. E., Memoir and Correspondence of, Tales of the Early Ages, by H. Smith, 251
Remember Me, a Token, &c. 487
710

Tales of the North-West, 267
Rémysat, Abel, Memoir of, 385, 403

Tales of the Saxons, by Emily Taylor, 175
Societies (Scientific and Literary), Reports of
Representation of England and Wales, 734

Tayler's (C. B.) Records of a Good Man's Life,

Proceedings:
Return of the Victors, &c. 384

ios
Revelation, the Truths of, demonstrated, 241
Cambridge Philosophical Society-811

Teeth, Art of Preventing Loss of, 567
Rhymes and Reminiscences, by J. Saul, 487

Civil Engineers- Monthly Statements of Weekly Thackrah on Arts, Trades, and Professions, 534
Ribbans's Tables of Arithmetic, 567

Proceedings--130, 179, 307, 339, 396, 459

THEATRES:
Richard of York, a novel, 368

Geological Society-18, n. 14;51, n. 52; 83, 130, 146,

179, 211, 248, 323, 355; Fossil of a Megatherium, Adelphi-The Devil's Son, 69. Chalk Farm, 100.
Richmond, Kidd's Companion to, 487
386; 732, 762, 795, 844

Forgery, 165. Nina-The Printer's Devil, 213.
Ricordanza, or Friendship's Memento, 320
Horticultural Society-51, n.52; 99, 130, 163, 195,

260. Mathews's Comic Annual, 260, 292. Rip Van
Riddle's Illustrations of Aristotle, 546
227, 259, 290, 323, 472, 443, 475, 524, 699, 732, 795

Winkle, 668. Henriette the Forsaken, 733. Bad
Roads, On the Improvement of, 779

Business, 765
Linnaan Society-51, n. 52; 98, 130, 163, 195, 227,
Roman Antiquities (Adam's) Questions on, 162
259, 290, 339, 372, 732, 762, 795, 821

Coburg–Tom Thumb, 357
Roman Literature, Hints for the History of, No.
Oriental Translation Fund-418

Covent Garden-Catharine of Cleves, 52, 68. Talk
IV. 176; No. V. 353– [see preceding volume]

of the Devil, 132. Francis the First, (by Miss
Rome, Letters from, 387, 620
Phrenological Society, 228, 353, 732

Fanny Kemble), 181. Hunchback, (Mr. Sheridan
Romance of History, whole series, 225
Royal College of Physicians-146, 353

Knowles), 229. The Tartar Witch, 277, Mr.
Roscommon's (F.) Letters from the Press, 534 Royal Geographical Society-Captain Alexander's

Young's Farewell, 357. Military Spectacle, 60s.
Rose's Roman History for Youth, 414
Notes on Guiana, 35, n. 38, 211; Maldiva Islands,

Mr. Butler as Hamlet, 684. Waverley, 700. The
Ross's (Capt.) Expedition, 474
35, 1.38, 259; Country near Swan River-Cossya,

Clutterbucks, 717. The Dark Dianiond, 733. Mr.
and its inhabitants -- Alexander's Cave in Persia,

Sheridan Knowles as William Tell, 764. The
Rossetti sullo Spirito Antipapale, &c. 318
51, n. 52; 115; Allan Cunningham on the Pro-

Irish Wife, 796. Sheridan Koowles as Virginius
Rossetti's New Theory, $25

812
gress of Discovery in New South Wales, 146; Mr.
Rowbotham's Lectiones Latinæ, 401

Coulthurst, 179; 211; Quillimane River - First Drury Lane-My Own Lorer, 37, n. 40. Rent
Royal Academy Annual Dinner, 491
proposed search for Capt. Ross, 323 ; 373; 418;

Day, os. Self-Tormentor, 116. The Dæmon; or,
Ruins of Athens, and other poems, 425

Conpoonee River, 745; Capt. Back's Expedition the Mystic Branch, 132. Der Alchymist, 195.
to seek Capt. Ross, 811

Compact, 229. Merchant of London, 276. Tyrolese
Royal Institution-Separating gold from silver, 67,

Peasant, 310. Miss Hyland as Polly, 326. -New
Sabbath, the Modern, examined, 842
n. 63; Improvising, 146; Vibrations of columns of

season, 636. House of Colberg, 608. Mr. and Mrs.
air, 194; Infusoria, 213

Pringle, 683. The Doom Kiss, 716. Petticoat Go-
Sacred Literature, View of the Succession of, 174

vernment, 7:18. Militia Muster, 764. St. Patrick's
Sacred Lyrics, by A. Bartholomew, 320

Royal Society--35, n. 38 ; 51, n. 52; 67, n. 68; 83, Eve, 780. Men of Pleasure, 812. Win her and

98,115,130, 146, 163, 178, 194, 211, 227, 248; Per-
Sacred Poetry, 255

wear her, 828. Harlequin Traveller, 844
kins's system of generating Steam, 289, 307, 323,
Saint-Martin, M. Jean Antoine, 474
339, 371, 417,748, 735, 811, 844

English Opera-The Climbing Boy, 444. 492. The
Saint-Simonians at a Fête, 730

Dilosk Gatherer, 508. The Conscript's Sister, 557
Royal Society of Literature-Death of Richard II.
Salisbury, Picturesque Memorials of, 48
307 ; 323 ; Panathenaic Vases, 372: Iliad, lib. I.

French Plays— Débuts : Mad. Theodore, 213. Mons.
Sally in Our Alley, (Leitch Ritchie,) 32
v. xlvii, 418; 732, 762; Escape of Charles 11.-

Aral and Mad. Albert, 293. Mars and Taglioni,
Sainouelle's Etymological Cabinet, 31
Antiquities, 795; Col. Gunter, &c. 827

460. Taglioni's Benefit, 492. •Henry III,' 525
Sampson's (William) Memoirs of Himself, 237 Society of Arts--762, 811

Haymarket-Kean, 373. 389. 406. Wolf and the
Sandwich Islands, 538, 571
Westminster Medical Society-51, n. 53; Rhino-

Lamb, 420. Duel in Richelieu's Time, 460. The

Court Jester, 476. Second Thoughts, 525. The
Sanscrit Literature, Historical Sketch of, 453
plastic Operation, 83; Cholera, 130; 200, 009;

Hunchback, 556, 605. 636
Santaremn; Sketches, &c. in Portogal, 594

Influence of early labour, 732; 796
Saturday Evening, 364
Zoological Society--83, 146, 227, 290, 372, 443, 716,

King's Theatre-Programme under Monck Mason's
Saxe- Meinungen, the Court of, 455

management, 36, n. 39. View of Theatre, 84.

L'Esule di Roma, 100, 116. Otello, (Mad. La Con-
Say, Jean Baptiste, Memoir of, 827
Scene in the Shades, 81
Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge, 602

tessa Lazise), 131. 11 Barbiere, 147. Elisa e Claudio,
Solaier's Billet, ine, 336

148. 161. Pietro l'Eremita, 180. 196. (Mad. Bap-
Scenes in Hindoostan, 633
Somerville's (Mrs.) Mechanism of the Heavens, 43

tiste), 212. Olivo e Pasquale--Anneau Magique,
Schlegel
, A. W., Reflexions sur l'étude des langues Songs of the Sea Nymphs, by J. Millar, 665

228. Giulietta e Romeo, (Mad. Grandolfi), 244,
Asiatiques, 696

200. Elizabetta, (Mad. Tosi), 275. Il Barbiere,
Sorelli, Il Paradiso Perduto di Milton, 807

(Mad. Cinti Damoreau,) 291. 310. Gli Arabi nelle
School and College Classics : Cicero, 31; Livy, Sought, Found, and Lost, the, 321

Gallie,(Mesd. Mariani & risi), 325. 340. 356. 3.

Robert Le Diable, 373. 388. 404. 419. Macbeth,
Scott, Sir Walter, Death of, 825

• This name was misprinted Peter in the Report, 444. 460, 470, 401. Agnese, 508. 525

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Trollope's (Mrs.) Refugee in America, 577, 629
New Strand—68.84. Four Sisters, 1 49. The Golden Turkey, &c. Slade's Records of Travels in, 801,

Calf, 441, Day in Paris-Wheedling, 476. Six to 819
four on the Colonel-Ladies at Court-Loves of the Tymms's Family Topographer, 414

Angels, 525
Olympic-He's Not A-miss, 52. The Proof of the
Pudding, 133. Woman's Revenge-My Eleventh Unchanged, the, a novel, 414
Day, 148. The Young Hopefuls, 181. 213. Water United States, History and Topography of, 412
Party, 669. My Daughter, Sir! 700. Kill or Cure, United States, Ferrall's Ramble through, 517
717. Old Gentleuan, 764. The Conquering Game,
780. P.Q.; or, Bachelors' Wives, 812. Paphian

Useful knowledge Society's Publications--Plant-
Bower, 8415

ing, 691
Orange Theatre, Pimlico, 541
Sadler's Wells- The Pet of the Petticoats, 509 Van Diemen's Land Almanack, 427
Surrey-Metempsychosis, &c. 19, n. 15. Tableaux Van Diemen's Land, History of, by J. Bischoff,
Vivans, in honour or Sir Walter Scott, 700

319
Vauxhall, 404

Vapour Bath, Capt. Jekyll's, Utility of, 111
Theatrical Chat, 341, 339—Chelard's Opera of Vandois, Illustrations of the, 111
Macbeth, 420_Copyright, 476-572, 589, 621

Vedder's Arcadian Sketches, 255
Théodore, tragedie, par M. des Jardines, 567

Venice, a poem, by Luis Cambray, 666

Vertebrated Aniinals of the British Islands, Lec-
The Three Legacies, ( Allan Cunningham,) 434
Thomson's Treatise on Spiritual Import of Bap- Village Poor House, a poem, 350

tures on, 65
tism, 810

Visit, the, 425, 450
Thoresby's (Ralph) Correspondence, 76, 92
Thorwaidsen, and his Works, 50, n. 51

Vision, a, a poem, 47

Voice of Humanity, the. 534
Tinder-box, the, 255
Tod's Anatomy, &c. of the Organ of Hearing, 760

De la Voye's Melange, 255
Torquay, Panorama of, 794
Tradesman's Guide, 427

Wacousta, a tale of the Canadas, 837
Tragic Choruses from Sophocles, 302

Walnut Tree, the 192
Trant, Captain, Death of, 194

Walton's Complete Angler, illustrated, with Notes
Trigonometry, Abbott's Elements of, 760

by Nicolas, 398
Trinity College, Dublin-Mode of Education, 714 Wanderung durch Vaterhaus, Schule, &c. 610
T'inoli, Discovery near, 620

Wanderer's Romaunt, a poem, 142
Trollope's (Mrs.) Manners of the Americans, 187, Warden of Galway, the, a tragedy, 303
204

Washington Irving, Dinner to, 458

Water Queen, and other tales, by H. Coates, 241
Waterloo, a poem, by T. Jackson, 255
Waverley Novels, 127, 209, 273, 501, 549
Wealth, Jones on the Distribution of, 319
Well-spent Hour, the, 535
Western Garland, original Melodies, 501
Westmorland, Maude's Tour in. 112
West of England Almanack, 810
Whistle. Binkie, a collection of Songs, 666
Wiclif, Life of, by J. Web Le Bas, 28
Wild Sports of the West, 662
Woburn, &c. History of, by J. D. Parry, 144
Woman's Love, a novel, by Mrs. Grimstone, 207
Woman in her social and domestic Character, by

Mrs. Sandford, 282
Women, Mrs. Jameson's Characteristics of, 486,

499
Women of Persia, Customs and Manners of the,

translated by J. Atkinson, 787
Women, Position of, in Society, 65—(see Female

Cultivation]
Wyld's Atlas of Modern Geography, 388

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