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Loch Awe. That the smaller trout- deep as he can steady, boys, steady fishing is his great delight, and the --and seems disposed to pay a visit grey trout trolling merely made an to Rabbit Island. There is a mystery accessory to it-in passing from one in this we do not very clearly com. part of the loch to another, is of it- prehend—the uniformity of our self enough to confirm us in the friend's conduct becomes puzzling conviction that he is an illustrious. he is an unaccountable character. He artiste. Those flies are of his dress-surely

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a ing? They are exquisite. ir And his trout he manifests an unnatural love whole arrangement:

. of feathers, of mud on a fine day. Row shoredowns, silks, &c. &c. beyond alles ward-Proctor-do as we bid youb praise-eh--splendid ? And is he: she draws but little water-run her brought down a beautiful boat of his up bang on that green brae then own from Liverpool with every thing hand us the cratch for we must complete about her? and his song finish this affair on terra firma. Loch you say-are fine fishermen ? Why Awe is certainly a beautiful sheet of you make us sad, Mr Proctor. We water. The islands are disposed so are dwindling-dwindled into the picturesque-we want no assistance most absolute and abject insignifi- but the crutch-here we are with cance of any creeping thing that elbow-room, and on stable footing crawls on the face of the earth, or on" -and we shall wind up-retiring the heads of its inhabitants. We are from the water-edge, as people do no angler-not we; and as for sons at a levee, with their faces towards - we are too plainly an aged bache- the King. Do you see them yellor-Proctor-barren as that block. lowing, you · Tory? What bellies ! But shove off-only don't laugh-hand Why we knew by the dull dead we shall try a cast or two along the weight that there were three for Hayfield shores.

they kept all pulling against one Mr Lascelles says that Cheval another, nor were we long in discolier of Temple Bar is the only man vering the complicated motion that understands the proper shape triplets. Pounders each 1 same and proportion of a rod? True. This weighit to an ounce-same familyis one of Chevallier’s Tip-toppers. - wallop--all bright as stars. Never Thank you-we always use our own could we endure angling from a flies, though we admire those of our boat. What loss of time in getting friends-and we have found this . the whappers wiled into the fanding imp with the green body, half black net. What loss of peace of mind in heckle, and brown mallard wings, letting them off, when their spouts, in all waters and at all seasons like those of Chinese pigs, were very bloody. We generally make a within a few yards of the gunwale, , few circles in the air-80-ere we and when, with a last convulsive efdrop the devils. You seem rather fort, they whaumled themselves over surprised--why the old buck can with their splashing tails, and disap-handle his tool pretty tidily for one peared for ever. Nōw for five flies. of the antique school;- and hang it Wind on our back-no tree within --we wish this admirable Crichton, an acre-no shrub higher than the this miraculous Lascelles, were bracken-no reed, rush, or 'waterhere-in his own boat the Liverpool- lily in all the bay--what hinders that ian;-were he to give us fivewly we should, what the Cockneys call we'd play him the game of twenty whip with a dozen ? We have set for a greasy chin, and a gallon of the loch a-feed. Epicure and glutGlenlivet. Lie on your oars--for we ton alike are rushing to destruction. know the water. The bottom of this Trouts of the most abstemious hao shallow bay-for 'tis nowhere ten bits cannot withstand the temptation feet-in places sludgy, and in places of such exquisite evening fare; and firm almost as the greensward-for we are much mistaken if here be not we have waded it-of yore-many a an old dotard, a lean and slippery time up to our chin-till we had to pantaloon, who had long, given up take to our fins—there ! Mr Yellow. attempting vainly to catch flies, and lees was in right earnest, and we have found it is much as he could do to him as fast as an otter. There he overtake the slower sort of worms. goes snoring and snuving along as Him we shall not return to his na

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tive element, to drag out a pitiable on Larach-a-ban, steady,as if towards existence, but leave him where he spawning ground in the genial month lies, to die-he is dead already of August, but never again shall he " For be is old and miserably poor!"

enjoy his love. See-he turns up a

side like a house. We shrewdlysusTwo dozen in two hours we call pect he is pretending to be dead, fair sport,--and we think they will and reserving his strength for a last average not less, Proctor, than a struggle at the shore. Aye--that is pound. Lascelles and North against indeed a most commodious landingany two in all England. We beseech place, and the hypocrite, ere he is you-only look at yonder noses. aware of water too shallow to hide Thick as frogsmas powheads. There his back-fin, will be walloping upon

- that was lightly dropt among them the yellow sand. A dolphin! a doleach fatal feather seeming to melt phin ! large enough to carry on his on the water like a snow-flake. We shoulders a little green fairy aquatic have done the deed, Proctor-we Arion, harp in hand, and charming have done the deed. We feel that we the Naiads with a dulcet song. have five. Observe how they will “Hurra! hurra! hurra! Christocome to light, in succession, a size pher for ever!” We look around; larger and larger, with a monster at and lo! the Cladich breakfast-party the tail.fly. Eren so. To explain the waving their bonnets round their reason why, would perplex a mas- heads at our enormous capture. ter of arts. Five seem about fifty, When they talk about it in Glasgow, when all dancing about together in it will be thought a ggegg. Let us an irregular figure, but they have weigh the monster-up with him by sorely ravelled our gear. It matters the gills and fasten him to our pocnot; for it must be wearing well on ket steel-yard. He had there wellto eight o'clock, and we dine at sun- nigh broken our back. TWENTYset.

SEVEN POUND JIMP!!! Nay-nayWhy keep so far out from shore ? nay, boys-no crowning, no crown. We are not bound for Cladich, but ing of the old man. Yet, if you will Larach-a-ban. Whirr !Whirr! Whirr! have it 80--we forgive the enthuSalmo Ferox, as sure as a gun. The siasm of youth. That is classical, and maddened monster has already run with joy we submit our brows to the out ten fathom of chain-cable. His Parsley Wreath. All we want now is spring is not so sinewy as a salmon's a Pindar. And nothing will pacify of the same size, but his rush is more you, you madcaps, but to bear us, tremendous, and he dives like one of shoulder-bigh, up to Larach-a-ban? the damned in Michael Angelo's And you are so kind as to cry that bone Last Judgment. All the twelve barbs never bore a nobler burthen? What are gorged, and not, but with the will Lascelles say when he hears of loss of his torn-out entrails, can he our triumph! It will go hard to break escape dry death. Give us an oar- his heart. No-he is a fine generous or he will break the rope-there- creature, we are told, envious of no we follow him at equal speed stern. other great man's reputation, though foremost-but canny-canny-for if justly jealous of his own. O thou the devil doubles upon us, he may glorious setting sun! slow sinking play mischief yet by getting under behind the crimson ridge of old our keel. That is noble. There he Cruachan, thou seemest to say in that sails some twenty fathom off, paralo solemn light of thine, celestial monilel to our pinnace, at the rate of six torknots -- and bearing-for we are CHRISTOPHER, REMEMBER THOU ART giving him the butt-right down up

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Abortion, papers circulated by persons bear applicable, 278—his university career,

longing to the Political Economists in 279~-favourite authors in early life, 280
London, to procure, 443--Suggestions as --his pamphlet against Brooke, and Letter
atrocious circulated and acted upon in the to Dr Lucas, ib.--account of the metro-
Factories, ib.

polis, ib.--stands candidate for the pro-
Absentees, injudiciousness of a tax on, 617 fessorship of Logic in Glasgow, 282-
A Dozen Years Hence, 265

design of going to America, 283_his
Affections, Characters of the, 124, 143

Vindication of Natural Society, ib.-
Ali Pasha, his war with the Sultan, 498 Treatise on the Sublime and Beautiful,
Alison, Archibald, Esq., History of the 287—Johnson's opinion of him, ib.
French Revolution, by, 889

anecdote of an encounter with a clergy-
Annunciation, the, by Mrs Hemans, 804 man at Litchfield, ib.-editor or author of
Anthology, the Greek, No. I. 865

a History of the European Settlements in
Antwerp, 807

North America, and of Dodsley's An-
Antwerp, siege of, by Lady E. S. Wortley, nual Register, 288-private secretary to
113

Single-speech Hamilton, 289—private
Apostates political, Burke's character of, 297 secretary to Marquis Rockingham, 290-
Appeal, a last one, to King, Lords, and comes into parliament, 291---defence of
Commons, 358

the Rockingham administration, 296-
Aristocratic ministries, fall of, 598

his character of political apostates, 297–
Armatoles, or Greek militia in the service of Part II. 597—Burke's Thoughts on the
the Porte, 484

cause of the present discontents, 598—his
Ashton, Dr, evidence on the Factory sys. occupations at Beaconsfield, 603-patro-
tem, 431

nage of Barry, 604—the part he took in
Awe, Loch, 984

behalf of America on the commencement
Ayans, magistrates in Ottoman cities, elected of disputes with the mother country, 607
by the inhabitants, 936

-his disapproval of a tax on absentees,
Barry the painter, Burke's admirable letters 617
to, 604

Cæsars, Chap. III. Caligula, Claudius, and
Beranger, songs after the French of, 844 Nero, 43
Beresford, Rev. Marcus, his account of the Caligula, his cruelties, 44

principles of the Irish Conservatives, 234 Carlisle, Sir Anthony, evidence on the Fac-
Bethany, sisters of, after the death of Laza. tory system, 432

Chalmers, Rev. Dr, his argument that a sys.
Bible, child reading the, by Mrs Hemans, 262 tem of poor's laws is destructive of charity
Billy-roller, nature and uses of, 441

borrowed from the present Bishop of I an-
Bird, Mr, letter concerning costumes for his daff, and at the same time erroneous, 318

picture of Chevy Chase, 62—and answer Characteristics of Women, No. I. Characters
from Sir Walter Scott, 64

of the Affections, 124–No. II. 143—
Bishops' Lands, Lord Althorp's proposals

No. III. Characters of Passion and Ima.
concerning, 653

gination, 391-No. IV. Characters of In-
Blair, Mr, dinner to, in Edinburgh, 266 tellect, 539
Bluebeard, a dramatic tale, by Tieck, 206 Charlemont, Lord, character of, 288
Blundell, Dr, evidence on the Factory sys- Chatham, Lord, administration of, 295
tem, 433

Burke's humorous character of it, ib.
Bolingbroke, Lord, character of, 283

character of his lordship, 967
Bonaparte, invasion of Portugal, 2

Chief, the, or the Gael and Sassenach, 503,
Boyton, Mr, his description of the system 763

purgued by the Irish government, 232- Child reading the Bible, by Mrs Hemans,
his account of the proceedings of the Dub- 262
lin Conservative Society, 235—his speech China monopoly, 796
on the Dutch war, 238

Church Establishment, advantages of, 332
Brazils, arrival of the Portuguese royal fami- Church, Irish, danger of the new measures
ly in, 4-subsequent history of the coun- to it as a spiritual body, 660

Church property, real nature and amount of,
Bringing up Lee Way, 298, 451

360
Brunswick, Duke of, his manifesto, 899 Conservative dinner in Edinburgh, late, 266
Bull, Rev. G. S., evidence on the Factory Conservative party, strength and duties of,
system, 443, 447

115
Burke, Edmund, Part I. 277—his eloquence Conservative system of government, 563

did not apply to temporary emergencies Conservatives, Irish, 234
only, but embodied principles aniversally Corn Laws, danger of abolishing, 363

rus, 805

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689

Cornwall and Devonshire illustrated, No, I. Gordon, Mr, his history of the Greek Revo-

lution, 476
Cortes of Lamego, history of, 20

Gozzi, Count, his Turandot, 371-his Loves
Craven heart, the, by Mrs Godwin, 264 of the Three Oranges, 374
Cringle, Tom, his log, Chap. XVII. Scenes Graces, the, 527

in Cuba, 26_Chap. XVIII. Cruise of Grave, my, 596
the Wave, 170--Chap. XIX. Bringing Grave of the Gifted, by Lady E. S. Wortley,
up Lee Way, 298~Chap. XX. Bringing 260
up Lee Way, 451-Chap. XXI Second Greek Anthology, No. I. 865
Cruise of the Wave, 737

Green, Mr, evidence on the Factory system,
Crocodile island, 105

435
Cruger, Mr, anecdote of, 610

Greece, Revolution of, Part I. 476—that
Cruise of the Wave, 170-second cruise, 737 event proved fatal to the naval power of
Cuba, scenes in, 26

the Porte, 943
Danton, character of, 906

Gueuse, Water, song of the, 810
Democrat, life of a, a sketch of Horne Hamilton, Single-speech, character of, 289
Tooke, 963

Hartlwy, David, Burke's rejoinder to, 615
Dere beys, or hereditary Turkish nobles, 935 Hebron, widow of, a rabbinical tradition, 630
Despair, by the Hon. Augusta Norton, 123 Hemans, Mrs, Hymns of Life, by, No. I.
Desultory reading, its injurious effects, 279 120--No. II. 122-Child reading the
Devonshire and Cornwall illustrated, 689 Bible, by, 262-Female characters of
Diebitsch, his defeat of the Turks under Scripture, a series of sonnets by, 593, 804
Redschid, 942

Hetæria, or secret society of Greece, 489
Dismemberment of the Empire, 223 Hodson, Margaret, Lines to the memory of
Doctor, the, and the patient, 845

Ensign Holford, by, 60
Donatus, his account of Ireland, 923 Horne Tooke, a sketch of, 963~-his educa.
Doyle, Dr, his able evidence in favour of the tion, 964_his first libel, 965-letters to

introduction of poor's laws into Ireland, Wilkes, 966—insulted by Wilkes, 967-
831

labours in his behalf nevertheless, 968—
Dutch war, Mr Boyton on the, 238

his libel on Mr Onslow, 970--the address
Dying request of a Hindu Girl, by Mrs of the London corporation said to have
Godwin, 595

have been drawn up by him, 974-Beck-
East India question, 776

ford's famous address claimed by him, 975
Elliot, Ebenezer, description of a Reform -Society for supporting the Bill of
jubilee, by, 444

Rights, 976--quarrel with Wilkes, and
England, degradation of, under the influ. mutual recriminations and exposures, 977

ence of revolutionary passions, 945 Hymns of Life, by Mrs Hemans, 120
Engraving, improvements and abuses in Ireland, No. I. 66-redundant population,
modern, 952

ib.-indulgent legislation of James I. 69
Factory system, 419

and consequent rebellion, ib.--conces-
Fall of Turkey, 931

sions by George III. 70-and consequent-
Farre, Dr, evidence on the Factory system, rebellion, ib.-Catholic Emancipation, 71
434

—and present state of Ireland, ib.Titbes,
Ferns, anecdote of the Bishop of, 659

73-bad effect of liberal institutions on an
Forrest-Race Romance, 243

ignorant and volatile people like the Irish,
Fountain, the ruined, by Mrs Godwin, 595 75-measures necessary to restore peace
France, state of the poor in, 822

and prosperity, 78-conduct of the present
Franklin, vindictive and selfish character of, ministry, 81--strength of the Repealers, o
616

84–No. II. Dismemberment of the Em-
French Revolution, the, 889

pire, 223—the Repealers, 224-union
Future Balance of Parties, 115

and objects of the Irish Catholics, 227
Future state, rabbinical traditions concern- their murders and burnings, ib. --incon-
ing, 641

stancy of the Irish government, 231-
Gael and Sassenach, 503, 763

Conservative Society of Dublin, 235–
George II., character of, 597

anarchical meetings, 237–No. III. The
Gilfillan, Robert, songs by, 855, 856, 857, Administration of Justice, 338_ Ireland
858

incapable of governing herself, ib. —
Girondists, their hypocritical and cowardly changes in the administration of justice

conduct and deserved fall, 898, 902, 903, recommended by the committee during
908

last parliament, 340-evidence of Sir
Godwin, Mrs, Lyrics of the East, by, No. John Harvey, 342—of Mr Barrington,

III. 263No. IV. 264-Nos. V. and 343, 344, 347- of Col. John Rochfort,
VI. 595

344, 345, 346, 348, 349_of Sir Hussey
Goldoni, his character as a dramatic writer, Vivian, 348, 355_of Mr Dupard, 349
372

of Mr Dillon, 350-of Hovenden Sta-

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