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LITERARY MAGNET

OF THE

BELLES LETTRES, SCIENCE, AND THE FINE ARTS;

CONSISTING OF

I. ORIGINAL ESSAYS ON SUBJECTS OF PERMANENT INTEREST.
IJ. SKETCHES OF SOCIETY.—III. TALES AND ROMANCES.
IV. ORIGINAL POETRY.–V. NOTICES OF NEW PUBLICATIONS.

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ROBERTSON AND CO. ST. ANDREW'S-SQUARE, EDINBURGH; M‘PHUN, GLASGOW ;

WESTLEY AND TYRRELL, DUBLIN; AND T. SOWLER, MANCHESTER.

1826.

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ADVANTAGE of Early Rising, notice of, 87 Epigram, 24
Algebra, Treatise on, by Nicholson and Epipsychidion, Shelley's Remarks on, 79
Rowbotham, notice of, 88

Epping Gipsey, or Remarkable Instance
Amusements in Winter among the Moun- of the Inadequacy of Circumstantial

tains in Wales. No. I. The Fealty of Evidence, 205
the Flowers, 31

Exchange, the By S. T. Coleridge, Esq.
Amusements in Winter among the Moun- 265

tains of Wales. No. II. The Interpreter
of Dreams, 71

Farewell, a, 228
Amusements in Winter among the Moun-

Fatal Bridal, the, from the Italian of
tains of Wales. No. III. Owen Glen-

Bandello, 184
dower, 116.

Faustus, Scene translated from Goëthe's, 3
Amusements in Winter among the Moun-

Fine Arts. Somerset House, Exhibition
tains of Wales. No. IV. Three-Nine

of, 42
-and Eleven, 163

First Tear, the By the Rev. R. Polwhele.
Anti-Anacreontic, 119

153
Antiquary's Portfolio, 255

First Kiss, the. By Alaric A. Watts, 250
Apothegm, 52

Foreign Literary Intelligence. By J. G.
Author, the, 60

Jackson, Esq. 45
Bachelor's Dilemma. By Alaric A. Watts,
249

Goëthe, Critical Essay on the Faustus of, 1
Ballad, 225

Going to be Married. By M. J J. 236
Birth-Day Keeping, 49

Glance at the Future, 12
Buccaneer, the, and other Poems. By J.

Malcolm, notice of, with Extracts, 186
Burton, author of the Anatomy of Melan-

Hallow Eve, the Mysteries of, 193
choly,
Anecdote of, 280

Hatred and Love, from Goëthe, 137

Heaven's Image Defaced, 112
Byron's Family, Anecdote of Lady, 280
Carrier Pigeon, the, 280

Hoffmann, Essay on the Genius and Writ-
Castle Building, 202

ings of, 82

Horæ Parodicæ. No. I. The Table-Talk
Child of Impulse, 257
Combination of Disjointed Things, 63

Metaphysician, 120
Comfortable Woman, the, 238

Hope, Lines to, 192
Comparison. By the Rev. J. Gilbert, 182
Country Conversazione, a, 215

Impromptu written in Colton's Lacon, 166

Indian Isle Lovers, the, 6
Dead Alive, the A true story, 227
I)eath of a Friend, Lines on the, 167 Interrogative System of History, 143
Drama, the, new Opera of Tarrare, Cri. Jetzer;

a Tale, from the Swiss History, 281
tique on, 143

Journal of a Rash Act committed by a
Echo of a Sea Shell, Lines to the, 214 Sincere Penitent, 67
Eleven o'clock, 24
Elopement, the, a Tale from the German Kaleidescope, Lines to the, 20

of Musæus, 219
Epitaph in D-Church, 70

Lament of the Indian Women, 142

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Letters from Abroad; or the Cockney in Smuggler, the, 76
Italy. No. I. 13

Sonnet, 256
Lines written under an Epitaph in D-D Song, 288
Church, 7

Solitude, the Sweets of, 78
Literary Souvenir; or Cabinet of Poetry Sonnet, 16

and Romance for 1826. Edited by Song, 111
Alaric A. Watts, notice of, with Ex- Stanzas for Music. By Cheviot Ticheburn,
tracts, 241

226
London' in the Olden Time, notice of, Stanzas, 115
with Extracts, 229

Stanzas, 201
Lover's Last Meeting, the, by T. K. Stanzas, on hearing Caradori Sing. By
Hervey, 183

the Rev. W. L. Bowles, 162
Lover's Lexicon, No. I. 102

Stanzas to One who will Understand then,
Lover's Lexicon, the, 168

136
Lover's Quirrel, the, No. II 242

Stanzas for Music. By Mrs. Cornwell
Lyra, the Infant, 86

Baron Wilson, 181
Lute, the Untouched, a Sonnet, 89 Stanzas for Music By C. Sn 150

Stanzas to a Departed Friend, 115
Man of Fact, a, and a Man of Fancy, 263 Starlight, 170
Mary, a Ballad, 196

Subtle Club, the, 17
Meeting at Twilight, the, 73

Summer Evenings. No. I. 21
Mental Account-Keeping, 124

Summer Evenings. No. II. 53
Memoirs of the Countess De Genlis, no- Summer Evenings. No. III. Ode by the
tice of, with Extracts, 266

the late Sir Grey Cooper, 126
Morning Meditations, 66

Swiss Exile. Song of the, 101
My Ovn Fireside, by Alaric A. Watts, Swiss Patois, the, 226
241

Syren, Song of the, 105
Nobudies, 157

Tales of the Crusaders, notice of, 35
Nyınph of the Fountain of Tears, Poems Tale of Mystery, a, 145
to, by Sir Grey Cooper and Mr. Bucke, Thoughts on Translation, 252
21

Think Me not Happy. By Cheviot Tiebe-

burn, 270
Observations on Italy. By John Bell, no- Troubadour, by L. E. L. notice of, with
tice of, with Extracts, 189

Extracts from, 90
Ode. By the late Sir Grey Cooper, 58 Twilight Musings, 62
Old Scenes Revisited. No. I. 74
Old Scenes Revisited. No. II. The De- University Intelligence, 47
vil's Gorge, 154

University Intelligence, 95
On the Death of a Young Child, 89

Veiled Bride, the, a Romance. By the
Paraguay, a Tale of. By R. Southey, Author of The Dance of the Dead,'

Esq. Poet Laureate, notice of, with 106
Extracts, 127

Veiled Bride, the, a Romance. Part. II.
Perils of Man, the Three, or Love, Law, 171

and Literature, 25
Phantasmagoria; or Sketches of Life and Watts, Alaric A. Esq. Lines to. By 1..

Literature. By M. J. J. notice of, with E. L. on receiving from him a Copy of
Extracts, 235

his Poetical Sketches, 215
Pirate of Mull, the, 214

Wandering Jew, the, 97
Pictures, the Two. By the Author of Walk in Town, a, 277
Gilbert Earle, 274

What is Memory? By C. S-

-n, 262
Pont-y-Pair, 225

Wiffen's Translation of Tasso, 239

World's Wanderer. By the late P. B.
Rabelais, Essay on the Writings of, 7 Shelley, 204
Return, the, 286

Wreck, the By Mrs. Hemans, 245
Retirement, by L. E. L. 246
Retrospect, the, 81

Young Leslie, a Ballad. 262
Recollections of India. No. I. The Duel, 132 Youth Renewed. By James Montgomery,
Serenade, 288

Esq. 247.

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