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Farly Love, 215.
May You Like it, Review of, 163.
Review of, 259.
Mr. W. Farren, 99.
Rev. V. Knox, D.D. 195.
· H. Bone, Esq. R.A. 293.
Madame Catalani, 392.
J. T. B. Beaumont, Esq. F.A.S.
ford, Review of, 353.
Milman's Martyr of Antioch, Review of,
Miscellanea, 39, 152, 253, 339, 437, 533.
Memoranda, Monthly, 82, 179, 279, 369,
Museum at Prague, 340.
New Romney, Description of, 223.
Night, Poetry, 307.
Notice to Correspondents, 390, 490.-
Ode to Imagination, Poetry, 404.
siah," " The Creation," with Selections,
&c. &c. 271.
Paris Monthly Review, 341.
Partnerships Dissolved, 89, 186, 284,471,
Patents, New, 92, 183, 285, 384, 465, 564.
Periodical Works at Stutgard, 536,
Pirate, by the Author of Waverley, Review
Poetry, 20, 26, 34, 38, 112, 113, 131, 152,
153, 214, 227, 241, 303, 304, 307, 309,
319, 325, 33, 333, 404, 410, 416, 425,
Population and Poor-rate Returns, 342.
Population of Great Britain and the Colo-
Public Institutions in Switzerland, 536.
Provincial Occurrences, 377, 475. 574.
Recent Publications, 359, 452, 551.
Recollections of a Gourmand, 39.
Revenue, Quarterly, State of, 83.
Review, London, 45, 58, 156, 159, 163, 256,
Trade, 82, 179, 369, 464, 562.
Roscoe's Illustrations of the Life of Lo-
Russian Discoveries, 437.
Rye, Description of, 223.
Swedish Literature, 340. Sandgate, Description of, 36.
Journals, 535. Seaford, Description of, 227.
Theatrical Journal, 72, 169, 269, 363, 455, Scottish Sequestrations, 89, 186, 284, 470. 556. Scotland, 385, 483, 582.
Tribe of the Scotacks, 341. Sierre Leone, 438.
Trigonometrical Survey of Cassel, in Ger. Sketches from Nature, 408. Sonnets, 152, 153.
Universities of Moscow and Berlin, 438. Songs by Mrs. Opie, 410, 425,509. Utility of Soldiers in Peace, 439. Sorrow's Joys, Poetry, 34.
Vale of Verna, Extracts from, Poetry, 319.
Vision of a Philosopher, 414, 517.
Winchelsea, Description of, 223.
309. REVIEW OF BOOKS.
BYRON's (Lord) Sardanapalus, the two Milman's Martyr of Antioch, 264.
Memoirs of George II. by the Earl of Or Fortunes of Nigel, 543.
ford, 353. Italy, a poem, 159.
Pirate, by the Author of Waverley, 45. James's Naval History of Great Britain, 343. Quarle's Enchiridion, 445. Lyndsay's Dramas of the AntientWorld, 256. Roscoe's Illustrations of the Life of LoMadaline, by Mrs. Opie, 345.
renzo de Medici, 440, 557. May you Like it, 163.
Spence's (Miss) Old Stories, 449. M‘Dermot's Critical Dissertation on Taste, Specimens of the German Lyric Poets, 156.
ANCHOR of Hope Farewell, 494. Malharm Tarn, 214. Black Rainbow, or the Death of Charles Metamorphoses of Life, 333, 434, 515. the Bald, 20.
Night, 407. Birth of the Dimple, 332.
Ode to Imagination, 404. Boat of the Stars, 112.
Ode from Horace, 520. Death Whispers, 241.
Prisoners of Mount St. Michael, 26. Fairies' Nursery, an April Dream, 325. Songs, by Mrs. Opie, 410, 425, 509. Hopeless Love, 528.
Sonnets, 152, 153. Home, 420.
Sorrow's Joys, 34, lanthe, a Dramatic Fragment, 131. Vale of Verna, (Extract from,) 319. King's Vision, 113.
Vampires of London, 227. Lines by Mrs. Opie, 304, 404.
Winter, 416. Love, by Lord Byron, 303.
Youth and the London Philosopher, 309.
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