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his Marino Faliero, reviewed, 550 . randola, 211-As You Like It, 215-

German Translation of the Corsair, 567 Montalto, 216–Miss Wilson, 216_

-on his Letter on Pope, 593— the in- Friar Bacon, 216–No. XIV. the King's

fluence of his rank, 594_his definition Visit to the Thea res, 329—Artaxerxes,

of canting, 598—his taste, 599.

330—Pizarro, 330—Richard III, 331-

Therese, 331-Twelfth Night, 331-

Don John, 332- No. XV, Richard III,
Campbell, Mr. 590, 603.

433_Stranger, 435_Love in a Village,

435-Conscience, 436--No. XVI, 559
Camporese, Madame, 448.
Canning, Mr. 159.

-Venice Preserved, 560— The Duenna,
Cards, on Playing at, 161-Objections'

561 — Virginius, 561. — Undine, Jane

Shore, &c. 562-No. XVII, 669—the
against, considered, 164.

Sieur Davoust, 669—Tempest, 670-

Cart, newly constructed, 221.

C-, Lord, 42.

Provoked Husband, 671_Romeo and

Catacomb at Nogent-les-Vierges, 337.

Juliet ; Miss Dance, 673-She Stoops

Catalani, Madame, 286.

to Conquer; Liston, 673—Marino Fa.

liero, 673_She Would and She Would

Cervantes, New Life of, 221.

Celtic Race, Character of, 144—their Dramatic Sketches, Emily, 499—Count

Not ; Harley, 674—the Benefits, 674.

Julius, 622.

Chance, games of, 164.

Dutch Literature, 337.

Chess, 164.

Chillon, the Chateau of, 397.

Christmas-time characterized, 83.

Chrystallo-Ceramic manufacture, 565.

Early impressions, permanency of, 297.

Clennell's Battle of Waterloo, 449. Ears, Chapter on, 263.

Cleopatra's Needle, 100.

Earthquake, a tale, reviewed, 91.

Cockney Writers, 69—Cockneys charac-

in the Morea, 565.

terized, 70.

Edinburgh, in letters from T. Young, 533.
Coffins, patent, 100.

Edinburgh Review, 71.

Coleridge, 132, 406.

Egyptian and Nubian Antiquities, 567.

Collector, the, No. VIII. 290.

Elia, character of himself, 6-accused as
Commercial Report, 105, 226, 343, 457, a cockney scribbler, 69 - papers by,
575, 690.

viz. On New Year's Eve, Mrs. Bat.
Concerts, City; Philharmonic; Museodeum,

tle's Opinions on W'hist, 165-a Chap-
217-Argyle Rooms, English Opera,

ter on Ears, 263__All Fools' Day, 361
339—Philharmonic, 448-at Mansion

-a Quaker's Meeting, 385—the Old
House, 449—Vocal, 450.

and New Schoolmaster, 492 - My Rela-

Confessions of H. F. V. H. Delamore, 383.

tions, 611.

Conversation, character of modern, 45.

Elizabeth, Queen, admirably portrayed in
Conversazione, a New Literary, 313.

Kenilworth, 200.
Cornwall, Barry, new Tragedy by, 66.

England, blamed by the Venetians, 177.

Crabbe, Mr. Cause of the Popularity of his

Esquimaux, 646.

- its faults, 486 — his Etchings of Different kinds of Men, No.
Borough and Tales, 490.

I.-The Humorous Man, 505.
Croly, Mr. new Tragedy by, 206, 313— Exhibition, Chalchographic, 432—at the
his Paris, Part II. 430—do. reviewed,

British Institution, 437.
510.

Exmouth, Humphrey Nixon's Letter from,

629.

Family Resemblances, 292.
Dandy, description of, 420.

Faulder, Richard, of Allanbay, 26.
Danish Love-songs, 151.

Fine Arts, 370- at Madrid, 445— in the
Darwin's poetry, 605.

Netherlands, 484.
Davidov, Russian poet, extracts from, 321. Footmen, 40.
Death, observations on, 7, 250.

Foreign Journals, Gleanings from ; Sergel
Davy, Sir H. 132.

and Büstrom, 333--Don Quixote in
Denmark, 446.

Scythia, 413_Müllner, 417–Hints of

Derzhavin, Russian poet, extracts from, Fox, Charles James, 420.

a Traveller in Russia, 651.

316, 319.
Dissenters, Protestant, 184.
Don Quixote in Scythia, an Italian poem,
338, 413.

Galileo, Memoir of, 62.

Drama, No. XII. Christmas pantomimes Gas-light introduced in Sweden, 100.

- Vandenhoff, 83, 87–No. XIII. Mi. Gent's Poems, 427.

514-his poem,

Gentleman, on the Look of a, 39—ditto Letter from Mr. Humphrey Nixon, 628.

independent of natural defects, 41- Liefchild, Rev. John, 306.

fine gentleman, 41-character of, 44. Lion's Head, 2, 123, 243, 359, 474, 591.
German Ballads, 148.

Lisbon, Sketches in, 282.

Germany, Present State of Religious Par. Literary Pocket Book, reviewed, 62.

ties in, 299.

Academy, 159.

Gesenius, Professor, 303.

Canaille, 534.

Goëthe, on Manzoni's Carmagnola, 423.

and Scientific Intelligence, 99,

Grattan, Mr. 660.

219, 336, 444, 565, 683.
Greek Theatre, modern, 686.

Literature, Modern Greek, 447.
Living Authors, No. IV. Lord Byron, 51

-No. V. Crabbe, 484.

Hall, Rev. Robert, his character as a Lloyd's Poems, reviewed, 406.

preacher, 185—his Sermon on Modern Lockhart, Mr. 77.

Infidelity, 186—ditto on Death of the Lomonosov, Russian Poet, 316.

Princess Charlotte, 186.

Hamilton's Garden of Florence, 315.
Harley, Mr. 674.

Madrid, New Museum of Paintings at,
Hawker, Major, his Hand Moulds, 340.

445—Concerts at, 185.
Haydon's Picture at Edinburgh, 220- Manzoni's Carmagnola, critique on, by
ditto of Christ's Agony, 537.

Goëthe, 423.
Haynes, Mr. 564.

Martin's Belshazzar's Feast, 442.

Hazlitt, Mr. his Essay on the Principles Matthews, unrivalled excellence of, 666.

of Human Action, 307— Table Talk, Maturin, Mr. 430—on the writings of,

431_ditto reviewed, 545.

“ The Universe," 563.

Hemans, Mrs. 314.

May-day Dream, 477.

Hexameters, English, 428.

Mazeppa, on Riding on Horseback, No. I.

Hill, Miss, the Poet's Child, a Tragedy 33-No. II. 269.

by, 314.

Medals, cleaning of, 685.

Hobhouse, Mr. 158.

Medwin's Sketches in Hindostan, 315.

Homer, Ambrosian Codex of, 273—Apo- Melmoth, the Wanderer, 96_reviewed,

theosis of, 91.

518_borrowed from Faustus, 518.

Horses, 636.

Memnon's Head, 125.

Hunt, Leigh, 62, 266.

Meyrick, W. Memoir of, 490.

Milman, Mr. 313.

Mohocks, the, 76.

Icebergs, 646.

Montaigne, 35.

Icelandic Literature, 338, 683.

Monti, 423.

Inesilla, 315.

Moore's Almanack, 62, 100.

Insanity, 72.

T. on the style of his Ballads,
Intelligence, Literary and Scientific, 99,

97—his Selection of Irish Melodies, re-
219, 336, 444, 565, 683.

viewed, 659— ditto, 676.
Ionian University, 336—Islands, Views

Morris, Capt. his Songs, 660.

in, 566.

Mozart, Memoir of, 210.

Ischia, Island of, 141, note.

Müllner, the German Dramatist, 417.
Italian Literature, 221.
Jacob, Mr, on the Ecclesiastical Establish. Mummies, galleries of, 91.

Musæodeum, the, 217.
ments in Germany, 299.

Music, Burton's remarks on, 265.
John O'Groat's, letter from, 48.
Johnson, Dr. 71.

Report of, No. XI. Doyle's Bal.
Jung, J. H. 149.

lads, Songs, &c. in the Twelfth Night,
by Bishop, 99_No. XII. Concerts,

Miss Wilson, Clementi, new Musical
Kean, Mr. at New York, 220.

Publications, 217--No. XIII. Concerts,
Keats, J. 132-death of, 326.

Oratoric, new Musical Publications,
Kenilworth, 67-review of, 188_distin-

338_No. XIV. Philharmonic Concerts,
guished by dramatic power, 191.

Madame Camporese, Mansion-house
Concert, opening of the Opera, Ora.

torios, Concerts, new Musical Publica-

Lausanne, 396.

tions, 448–No. XV. La Marinoni,

Law-language, 656.

Oratorios, Mr. Bartleman, new Musical

Legal Lyrics, 632.

Publications, 568--No. XVI. Il Turco

Letters from Garrick, Foote, &c. 202— in Italia, Moore's Irish Melodies, No.

from Edinburgh, No. I. 353–No. II. 8, Rovedino, new Musical Publica.

655—from a Roué, 419, 663.

tions, 475.

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his Marino Faliero, reviewed, 550 randola, 211-As You Like It, 215-

German Translation of the Corsair, 567 Montalto, 216–Miss Wilson, 216_

-on his Letter on Pope, 593—the in- Friar Bacon, 216–No. XIV. the King's

fluence of his rank, 594—his definition Visit to the Thea 329—Artaxerxes,

of canting, 598_his taste, 599.

330-Pizarro, 330-Richard III, 331–

Therese, 331_Twelfth Night, 331-

Don John, 332-No. XV, Richard III,

Campbell, Mr. 590, 603.

433_Stranger, 435_-Love in a Village,

435—Conscience, 436-No. XVI, 559

Camporese, Madame, 448.

-Venice Preserved, 560— The Duenna,
Canning, Mr. 159.
Cards, on Playing at, 161-Objections

561 - Virginius, 561. — Undine, Jane

Shore, &c. 562-No. XVII, 669—the
against, considered, 164.

Sieur Davoust, 669— Tempest, 670—
Cart, newly constructed, 221.

Provoked Husband, 671_Romeo and

C-, Lord, 42.

Juliet ; Miss Dance, 673-She Stoops

Catacomb at Nogent-les-Vierges, 337.

Catalani, Madame, 286.

to Conquer; Liston, 673—Marino Fa.

liero, 673_She Would and She Would

Cervantes, New Life of, 221.

Celtic Race, Character of, 144—their Dramatic Sketches, Emily, 499–Count

Not ; Harley, 674—the Benefits, 674.

Julius, 622.

Chance, games of, 164.

Dutch Literature, 337.

Chess, 164.

Chillon, the Chateau of, 397.

Christmas-time characterized, 83.
Chrystallo-Ceramic manufacture, 565.

Early impressions, permanency of, 297.
Clennell's Battle of Waterloo, 449.

Ears, Chapter on, 263.
Cleopatra's Needle, 100.

Earthquake, a tale, reviewed, 91.
Cockney Writers, 69—Cockneys charac-

in the Morea, 565.
terized, 70.

Edinburgh, in letters from T. Young, 533.
Coffins, patent, 100.

Edinburgh Review, 71.

Coleridge, 132, 406.

Egyptian and Nubian Antiquities, 567.

Collector, the, No. VIII. 290.

Elia, character of himself, 6-accused as

Commercial Report, 105, 226, 343, 457, a cockney scribbler, 69 - papers by,
575, 690.

viz. On New Year's Eve, i-Mrs. Bat.
Concerts, City; Philharmonic; Museodeum,

tle's Opinions on Whist, 165-a Chap-
217–Argyle Rooms, English Opera,

ter on Ears, 263_All Fools' Day, 361
339— Philharmonic, 448-at Mansion

-a Quaker's Meeting, 385—the Old

House, 449—Vocal, 450.

and New Schoolmaster, 492 - My Rela-

Confessions of H. F. V. H. Delamore, 383.

tions, 611.

Conversation, character of modern, 45. Elizabeth, Queen, admirably portrayed in
Conversazione, a New Literary, 313.

Kenilworth, 200.

Cornwall, Barry, new Tragedy by, 66.

Crabbe, Mr. Cause of the Popularity of his England, blamed by the Venetians, 177.

poetry, 484

– its faults, 486 — his Etchings of Different kinds of Men, No.

Borough and Tales, 490.

I.—The Humorous Man, 505.

Croly, Mr. new Tragedy by, 206, 313– Exhibition, Chalchographic, 432—at the
his Paris, Part II. 430-do. reviewed,

British Institution, 437.

540.

Exmouth, Humphrey Nixon's Letter from,

629.

Family Resemblances, 292.

Dandy, description of, 420.

Faulder, Richard, of Allanbay, 26.

Danish Love-songs, 151.

Fine Arts, 370-at Madrid, 445— in the

Darwin's poetry, 605.

Netherlands, 484.

Davidov, Russian poet, extracts from, 321. Footmen, 40.

Death, observations on, 7, 250.

Foreign Journals, Gleanings from ; Sergel

Davy, Sir H. 132.

and Büstrom, 333--Don Quixote in

Denmark, 446.

Scythia, 413_Müllner, 417–Hints of

Derzhavin, Russian poet, extracts from, Fox, Charles James, 420.

a Traveller in Russia, 651.

316, 319.

Dissenters, Protestant, 184.

Don Quixote in Scythia, an Italian poem,

338, 413.

Galileo, Memoir of, 62.

Drama, No. XII. Christmas pantomimes Gas-light introduced in Sweden, 100.

- Vandenhoff, 83, 87–No. XIII. Mi Gent's Poems, 427.

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Gentleman, on the Look of a, 39-ditto Letter from Mr. Humphrey Nixon, 628.

independent of natural defects, 41- Liefchild, Rev. John, 306.

fine gentleman, 41-character of, 44. Lion's Head, 2, 123, 243, 359, 474, 591.

German Ballads, 148.

Lisbon, Sketches in, 282.

Germany, Present State of Religious Par. Literary Pocket Book, reviewed, 62.

ties in, 299.

Academy, 159.

Gesenius, Professor, 303.

Canaille, 534.

Goëthe, on Manzoni's Carmagnola, 423.

and Scientific Intelligence, 99,

Grattan, Mr. 660.

219, 336, 444, 565, 683.

Greek Theatre, modern, 686.

Literature, Modern Greek, 447.

Living Authors, No. IV. Lord Byron, 51

- No. V. Crabbe, 484.

Hall, Rev. Robert, his character as a Lloyd's Poems, reviewed, 406.

preacher, 185—his Sermon on Modern Lockhart, Mr. 77.
Infidelity, 186—ditto on Death of the Lomonosov, Russian Poet, 316.

Princess Charlotte, 186.
Hamilton's Garden of Florence, 315.
Harley, Mr. 674.

Madrid, New Museum of Paintings at,
Hawker, Major, his Hand Moulds, 340.

445—Concerts at, 185.

Haydon's Picture at Edinburgh, 220- Manzoni's Carmagnola, critique on, by

ditto of Christ's Agony, 537.

Goëthe, 423.

Haynes, Mr. 564.

Martin's Belshazzar's Feast, 442.

Hazlitt, Mr. his Essay on the Principles Matthews, unrivalled excellence of, 666.
of Human Action, 307—Table Talk, Maturin, Mr. 430-on the writings of,
431-ditto reviewed, 545.

514-his poem, “ The Universe,” 563.
Hemans, Mrs. 314.

May-day Dream, 477.
Hexameters, English, 428.

Mazeppa, on Riding on Horseback, No. I.
Hill, Miss, the Poet's Child, a Tragedy 33-No. II. 269.

Medals, cleaning of, 685.
Hobhouse, Mr. 158.

Medwin's Sketches in Hindostan, 315.
Homer, Ambrosian Codex of, 273—Apo- Melmoth, the Wanderer, 96_reviewed,
theosis of, 91.

518_borrowed from Faustus, 518.
Horses, 636.

Memnon's Head, 125.
Hunt, Leigh, 62, 266.

Meyrick, W. Memoir of, 490.
Milman, Mr. 313.

Mohocks, the, 76.
Icebergs, 646.

Montaigne, 35.
Icelandic Literature, 338, 683.

Monti, 423.
Inesilla, 315.

Moore's Almanack, 62, 100.
Insanity, 72.

T. on the style of his Ballads,

Intelligence, Literary and Scientific, 99,

97-his Selection of Irish Melodies, re-

219, 336, 444, 565, 683.

viewed, 659-ditto, 676.
Ionian University, 336—Islands, Views

Morris, Capt. his Songs, 660.

in, 566.

Mozart, Memoir of, 210.

Ischia, Island of, 141, note.

Müllner, the German Dramatist, 417.

Italian Literature, 221.

Jacob, Mr. on the Ecclesiastical Establish. Mummies, galleries of, 91.

Musæodeum, the, 217.

ments in Germany, 299.

Music, Burton's remarks on, 265.

John O'Groat's, letter from, 48.
Johnson, Dr. 71.

Report of, No. XI. Doyle's Bal-

lads, Songs, &c. in the Twelfth Night,
Jung, J. H. 149.

by Bishop, 99-No. XII. Concerts,

Miss Wilson, Clementi, new Musical
Kean, Mr. at New York, 220.

Publications, 217--No. XIII. Concerts,
Keats, J. 132_death of, 326.

Oratoric, new Musical Publications,
Kenilworth, 67-review of, 188_distin-

338_No. XIV. Philharmonic Concerts,
guished by dramatic power, 191.

Madame Camporese, Mansion-house
Concert, opening of the Opera, Ora-

torios, Concerts, new Musical Publica-
Lausanne, 396.

tions, 448—No. XV. La Marinoni,
Law-language, 656.

Oratorios, Mr. Bartleman, new Musical

Legal Lyrics, 632.

Publications, 568-No. XVI. Il Turco

Letters from Garrick, Foote, &c. 202— in Italia, Moore's Irish Melodics, No.

from Edinburgh, No. 1, 353–No. II. 8, Rovedino, new Musical Publica.

655—from a Roué, 419, 663.

tions, 475.

Napoleon's barbarity towards the Prussians

at Wessel, 513.
National Character, 143.
Necrological Table for 1820, 678.
Niebelungen Lied, 157.
Nismes, Maison Carrée at, 683.
Northern Expedition, 222.
North-west Passage, the discovery of an-

ticipated by Capt. Parry, 647.

Oehlenschläger's Axel and Valborg, Bal-

lad from, 152.
Old Stories, No. IV. the Moral Enchan-

ter, 555—the Water Lady, 556.

Old and New School-master, 492.

Oldfield, Mrs., anecdote of, 204.

Opera, observations on the, 422.

Painters, the Palmas, 20- Bellino, 20--

Titian, 21-Poussin, 22_Raphael, 23
-Salviati, 23-Tintoretto, 24-Land.
seer, 438- Newton, Linton, Stephanoff,
Vincent, 439-Crome, Ward, Landseer,
440—Barrett, Etty, 441-Christmas,
Willes, Gandy, Martin, 442—Falcrantz,

445 --- in the Netherlands, 684.

Pantomime, observations on, 85.

Parry's (Capt.) Journal, reviewed, 642.

Passage-boat, voyage in, down the Po, 177

- passengers in, 178, 179.

Patents, New, 111, 232, 349, 462, 581,

697.

Penn's deed with the Indians, 406.

Pere Loquitur, at La Trappe, 136.

Perrinson, Edward, the Poet, sketch of his

Life, 322.

Petrarch, Sir E. Brydges, on the Life and

Writings of, 207.

Phidias, the Sculpture Room of, 245.

Pinelli Library, 273.
Piquet, observations on, 163.
Poetical objects, 598.
Poetry and Painting, observations on, 23,

370.
Poetry, Didactic, 595—Ethic, 596-artifi-

cial objects in, 600--natural interests in,

606.
Poetry, the New Year, 7.

The Spirit of the Lampe, 8.
The Song of Richard Faulder, 29.
Sir Richard's Voyage, 31.
The Shirt of the Happy Man, 37.
Withered Violets, 46.
The Rainbow, 46.
Abbey, Yorkshire, 47.
Sonnet, 47.
Do. written in the Woods of Bolton, 47.
Lines written near the Ruins of Horace's

Villa at Tivoli, 48.
Letter from John O'Groats to the Editor,

enclosing Specimens of a new Poem,
48.

Axel and Valborg, 152.

Verses to Longman and Co. on their

8vo. Edition of Wordsworth's Excur-

sion, 165.

Rhyme Legend of Richard Faulder, Ma-

riner, 166.

Stanzas on the Death of an Infant, 254.

The Maiden's Song, 258.

Michael Halmer's Song, 261.

Lord Maxwell, a Ballad, 262.

To Helene, on a gifte ringe carelesslie

loste, 267.

Lines written in a Friend's Album, 267.

Stanzas, 208.

Stanzas from the German, 269.

Sonnet to Bernard Barton, 303.

Derwent-water, 304.

Stanzas on the Sea, 305.

Specimens of Russian Poetry, 316, 321.

Stanzas to Myra, 323.

Epigram, 323.

Lines to

Perrinson, 328.

on the Death of the Princess

Charlotte, 365.

Sonnet by Charles Lamb, 367.

Epigram, 376.

Damon and Amanda, 377.

Sonnet to Amanda, 377.

To a Friend on the Loss of his Child,

387.

Albion, 388.

Lady Selby, 390.

Roland Grame, 392.

Horace's Ode to Bandusia, 439.

Poems by W. Meyrick, 491.

Verses to the Memory of a young Friend,

497.

To Mary, 498.

Sofinet, 498.

Emily, a Dramatic Sketch, 499.

Schill, 512.

Spring, 525.

Life, 525.

Sonnet on the Death of Keats, 526.

The Lament, 536.

The Guitar, 536.

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