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NO, I.
MAY, 1817.

NO. IV.
AUGUST, 1817.

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ART. I. Review of vyron's Childe Harold, ART. I. Review of Allston's Poems, .
Canto III, &c. .

II. -

Colden's Life of Fulton,

II. -

Coleridge's Christabel, &c. 12

2 1. - - Mathieu's Version of a Chi-

Ul. -

- Maturin's Tragedy of Bertram, 19

nese Pocm,

. 257

IV.

Pierpont's Airs of Palestine, 23 IV. -- Reid's Essay on Hypochon-

V. - Sillinan's Sketch of Dr. Dwight, 26

driacal and Nervous Affections,

- Captain Riley's Narrative, 34 Original Communications, viz. Memoir

VII. - Wilkinson's Blonoirs, . 40

of Lady Harriet Ackland-Ac-

VUI. Literary and Philosophical Intelligence, 44

count of the New York Institution

IX. Religious Intelligence, . . .

-Preventives and Remedies of
X Poetry, . . . . . .

the Hydrophobia-- An Indian
XI. Thespian Register, :

Talk--Dr. Akerly on the Hessian
XII. Monthly Sumnary of Political Intelli-

Fly, with a Cut-On the Verifica-
gence,

tion of Presentiments, Power of
XIII. Domestic Occurrences, .

Painting upon Brutes-Reading
XIV. Notices of Proposed Publications, .

of Macbeth's Soliloquy-On the
XV. Monthly Catalogue of New Publica-

Trade with Russia, &c. , . 268
tions,

63 VI. Transactions of Learned Societies, . 286
XVI. Report of Diseases, &c. .

VII. Literary and Philosophical Intelligence, 290
XVII. Miscellany, . . .

. 72 VIII Review and Register of the Fine Arts, 294
NO. II.

IX. Religious lotelligence, · · · 296

X. Poetry,
JUNE, 1817.

· · ·

296
XI. Thespian Register,

298
ART. I. Review of Lieutenant Gowerbank's

XII. Morthly Summary of Political Intelli-
Jourual, kept during Bonaparte's

re. . . . . .

302

stay on board the Bellerophon, 81

XI. Domestic Occurrences,

307

- Warden's Letters written on

board the Northumberland, &c. . 89

XIV. Monthly Catalogue of New Publica.

tions, with Critical Remarks,

Ill. - Report of the Canal Comunis-

. 313
XV. Mathematical Lucubrations, . , 317

. . . 102

- Moore's Irish Melodies, &c. 113

XVI. Report of Diseases, &c. .

IV. -

. 317

XVII, Cabinet of Varieties,
-

V. -- The Village, a Poem, . . 119

. . , 313

VI. Transactions of Learned Societies, . 122

VIL Literary and Philosophical Intelligence, 131

NO. V.

VIII. Review and Register of the Fine Arts, 135

SEPTEMBER, 1817.

IX. Religious Intelligence, . . . 135 ART, I. Review of Legh's Journey in
X Poetry, · · · ·

136

. . . 325
XI. Thespian Register. .

II. Moore's Lalla Rookh,
XII. Monthly Summary of Political Intelli III.- Lord Byron's Manfred . 348

. : 142
:

IV
:

Barton's Prodromus..
irrences. :

256

XIII. Domestic Occurrences, . . 151 V. Museum of Natural Sciences, . . 356

XIV. Monthly Catalogue of New Publica- VI. Original Communications, viz. On the

tions, with Critical Remarks, , 153

Cultivation of the Locust Tree-

XV. Report of Diseases, . . . 168

Nautical Observations on the

Trade with China-Coffee Houses

NO. III.

-Stoam Engines-Hydrophobia, 360

JULY, 1817.

VII. Biography, . . . . . 371

ART. I. Review of Harold the Dauntless, 165 VIII. Transactions of Learned Societies, 374

II. - Sampson's Oration, . . 174 IX. Literary and Philosophical Intelligence, 379

II. - -Cleaveland's Mineralogy, . X. Review and Register of the Fine Arts, 383

IF. Biographical Sketch of Dr. Rush, . 187 XI, Religious Intelligence, .

384
V. Transactions of Learned Societies, . 193 XII. Monthly Summary of Political Intelli.
VI. Literary and Philosophical Intelligence, 196

gence, . . . . .

386

VII. Review and Register of the Fine Arts, 198 XIII. Domestic Occurrences, . . 391

VUI. Religious Intelligence,

XIV. Monthly Catalogue of New Publica-
IX. Poetry, . . .

202

tions, with Critical Remarks, .

X. Thespian Register,

XV. Mathematical Lucubrations, . . 400

XI. Moninly Summary of Political Intelli-

XVI. Report of Diseases, &c. . . . 400

gence,

· · · ·

212 XVII. Cabinet of Varieties, . , , 403

XII. Domestic Occurrences . . 225

NO. VI.
XIII. Monthly Catalogue of New Publica-
tions, with Critical Remarks,. . 234

OCTOBER, 1817.

XIV. Mathematical Lucubrations,

239 ART. I. Review of Phillips's Speeches . 405

XV. Report of Diseases, &c. . . .

239 II.

of Miss Edgeworth's Harring. .

XVI. Miscellany, .

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11.-- -- Lord Byron's Lament of Tasso, 422 XII. Thespian Register, .
IV. - Manual of Botany for the North XIII. Monthly Summary of Political Intelli-
ern States, . . .

426
gence,

· · ·
V. Museum of Natural Sciences,

·
. . 431 XIV. Domestic Cccurrences, . 463
VI. Original Communications, . . 442 XV. Monthly Catalogue of New Publica-
VII. Original Biography, . . · 446

tions, with Critical Remarks, . 473
VIII. Transactions of Learned Societies, 419 XVI. Mathematical Lucubrations, . . 477
IX. Literary and Philosophical Intelligence, 454 XVIl. Report of Diseases, &c. . 478
X. Review and Register of the Fine Arts, 456 XVIII. Cabinet of Varieties, . . . 481
XI. Religious Intelligence,

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