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Ben Jonson's Discoucrics.
TAYLOR AND HESSEY, 93, FLEET-STREET.
Agricultural Report, 100, 213, 333, 449, Castilla, Memoir of, 315.
Catalani, Madame, 202, 318-the honours
Alphabet Studies, 47.
and presents bestowed upon her, 556.
Angerstein, Mr. his Collection of Paint. Catullus, Lamb's translation of, 86_his
Annan Water, Scenery of, 237.
Certosa, the, 496.
Anne Boleyn, Tragedy of, 398.
Characters ; Gardener at Warwick Castle,
Antiquary, a character, 253.
7-Housekeeper at ditto, 11-Bridget
A pograph, 441.
Elia, 28—Sir Gideon Moubray, 49-
Aquatic Pedestrianism, 85.
Sieur de Bourdeille, 35Fædor, 161—
Architecture, Grecian and Gothic com- Judith Macrone, 241-An Antiquary,
254-Aquillius, 270-S. Salt, 281
Asan-Aga's Bride, a Morlachian Ballad, T. Coventry, 281–Lovel, 282 P.
Pierson ; D. Barrington; Jackson, 283
-R. N., 284—The Morton Family,
Ayrshire, Scenery of, 252.
528- Mark Macmoran, 500— Miles
Colvine, 595_F. the Oilman, 603.
Bacchus, representations and statues of, Chemistry, 677.
Charles I, his entry into Edinburgh, 79.
Ballads, Danish and Swedish, 43-Scan: Chess, new game of, 325.
dinavian, 44-remarks on the Burthen Children, the susceptibility of their imagi-
nation for phantoms, 372, 385, 386.
Chinese Imitations, 47.
Beauties of Mozart, Handel, &c. 323.
Beef, its antiquity as a national dish, 247. Cicero, fragments of, discovered, 326.
Belzoni, Mr. 94.
Clare, John, ballad by, 76 Sonnet, 128
Berlin, Fine Arts at, 94.
Farewell to Mary, 273_Sonnet, Re-
Books, Preparing for Publication, 104,
flection on Summer, 400m, Visit to,
219, 341, 457, 691.
540_Poem, The Last of March, 541—
List of New, 105, 220, 342, 457,
his cottage, and books, 545_his poem
of Cross Roads, 546.
Borromean Islands, 140_Palace, 140.
Clouds, nomenclature of, 334.
Coleridge, Mr, 374.
Braham, Mr. professional Sketch of, 62.
Collin's, Gray's opinion of, 13.
Buccaneer, the, a tale, 161.
Buonaparte, death of 209—Canova's bust Commercial Report, 101, 217, 338, 454,
of, 325–Madame de Staël's antipathy Concerts, at Argyle Rooms, 91
Burns, not a descriptive poet, 250_his
Mochelle's, 203_Mr. Wesley's, 204—
'Tam o' Shanter, 251-not inspired by Conde's History of Arabic Spain, 208.
Mr. Sapio's, 316.
highland scenery, 252.
Byron, Lord, Lamartine's address to, 277. Confessions of an English Opium-eater,
293-Part II. 353.
Cook, R. engraver, 418.
Caerlaverock Castle, 129.
Caillaud's Travels in Egypt, 93.
Cook's Oracle, 432.
Canova, 93_his bust of Buonaparte, 325 Copenhagen, 441.
-statue of Washington, 442.
Copernicus, Monument to, 93.
Correggio, 288-engravings from, 289. Elton, Mr. 74.
Cosmo III. 156_his travels through Eng. Engravers, R. Cook, 418_Taylor, Har.
vey, 419–Schiavonetti, 661_Burnet,
Engravings, from Correggio, 289—Tinto-
retto, 291_Polidoro, 293.
Danish Ballads, 414.
Dentatus, Harvey's Wood Engraving of, Exeter Exhibition, 538.
Estephania de Gentelmes, a Tale, 379.
Exhibition at Somerset House, 66.
Dialogue on Education, on Sadoleti's, 180.
Dialogue on the Homeric Poematia, 481.
Drama, No. XVIII: Covent Garden ; Family Pride, 299.
Hamlet, 80—Macready, 81, 82_Da- Falstaff's death, admirable manner in which
mon and Pythias, 83_Drury Lane; the related, 608.
Queen's Visit there, 84_No. XIX. Ge. Feastings, ancient, 247.
neral Remarks, 197–Covent Garden ; Fine Arts, at Berlin, 94.
Hamlet, Henry IV. part 2d, 197– Florentine Institution, 326.
Drury Lane; Rob Roy, Mr. Mackay, Fountains in the Metropolis, remarks on,
Į 19&_-The English Opera House; Miss 280.
Kelly, Wrench, Harley, Wilkinson, Fox, the late Charles, 621.
Love's Dream, 199-Two-pence; Hay. Fracastori, translation of a poem by, 181.
market Theatre, 201—Terry, Conway, French Poets, Early; C. Marot, 587.
De Camp, Leoni Lee, 201—No. XX. Fugitive Literature, 49.
St. Evremond's opinions on the French
Drama, 319_Kean; Drury Lane; the Genoa, 644—a dinner at, 645—palaces,
Coronation, Mountaineers, 321-Hay-
646—view from the Sperone, 647-voy-
market; Rise and Fall, Fontainbleau,
Match-making; Lyceum Theatre; Mil.
age to Leghorn, 648.
ler's Maid, 322—No. XXI. Dramatic Genoese, character of the, 645.
Titles ; Lear of Private Life; Covent Geijer's observations on Poetry, 43.
Gau's work on Nubia, 559.
Garden, 426 - Mr. Young; Drury
Lane; Coronation, 427—Geraldi Duval; German Authors ; Holty, 518—Richter,
Rosina ; Miss Povey ; Knight ; Bar-
nard; Five Hundred Pounds, 428 Giulio Romano, 418, &c.—Prints from,
English Opera; Cure for Coxcombs;
Haymarket; Venice Preserved, 429 - Glass, Antique, 441.
No. XXII. Drury Lane ; Geraldi Du. Gleanings from Foreign Journals ; Ma-
val, 549—Covent Garden; Miss Dance;
drid, 313--Laybach, 440.
Young, 550 - Macready, 551.-Charles
Goethe's Faust. 657.
Kemble; the Exile, 552-Young; Mrs.
Vining, 553_Haymarket; Miss Blake, Gray, on his opinion of Collins, 13.
Grace before Dinner, 409.
Miss R. Corri, 554-Russell, 555
No. XXIII, 666-Miss Bakewell, 667 Greenwich Hospital, Visit to, 527—Pen-
Greek, modern, 442.
-Young, 668—Miss Beaumont; Jones,
669„Miss M. Tree; Drury Lane, 670-
sioners, at, 534—Painted Hall, 536.
Cooper's Iago ; Kean ; Costume, 671.
Dragon, a, discovered in rock, 675. Hamilton's Garden of nce, Review of,
Dramatic Sketch, Theodore and Bertha, 57.
Scholæ Italicæ Picturæ, 293.
Dreams, 272, 386.
Happy Life of a Parish Priest in Sweden,
Harangue, by a Sentimental Traveller, 511.
Eating, English, 246.
Herapath, Mr., his visionary theories, 677.
Edinburgh, Letters from, No. III. 77. Herbert's, E. Letters, No. Í. On the Coro.
Education, 181-failure of the Bell and nation, 184_No. II. A Visit to Green.
Lancasterian System in Scotland, 378. wich Hospital, 527.
Egypt, Scientific Travels in, 93.
Holkham, Sheep sheering at, 215.
Elia, papers by, viz. Mackery End, 28 Holty, Life of, 518.
Jews, Quakers, Scotchmen, and other Homer, his Batrachomyomachia, 269–
Imperfect Sympathies, 152–The Old different translations of it, 273_on his
Benchers of the Inner Temple, 279 Poematia, 481-translation of his hymn
Witches and other Night Fears, 384- to Bacchus, 641.
Grace hefore Meat, 469_My First Hort's New Pantheon, 640.
House of Weeping, from Richter, 615.
Influence of Scenery on Poetical Character, Manchena (Abbé), 314.
Manners, changes of, at Edinburgh, 77.
Inner Temple, 279.
Marot, Clement, 587-analysis of his
Isole Borromee, 142.
poem of the Temple of Cupid, 588.
Italian Literature, 205, 442, 558. Marvell's (Andrew) lines on a Garden, 279.
Italian Singing, 650.
Mechanical Inventions, 94.
Italy, Education in, 326.
Melzi Library, 441.
Janus' Boudoir, 658.
Memoir of Santuari, 172.
Jews, Quakers, and Scotchmen, 152.
Jones, Sir W., life of, 626.
Judith Macrone, the Prophetess, 241.
Milan, 145—Cathedral, 147-Theatre
della Scala, 148.
Miles Colvine, the Cumberland Mariner,
Keats, 59--quotation from, 288.
King (The), his fine taste in Pictures, 292. Mock MS. Sermons, 516.
Kirk-Alloway described by Burns, 251.
Music, Theory of its effects, 359_obser-
Kitchener, Dr. 432- Ode to, 468.
Report of, No. XVII. Dirce,
Lago Maggiore, 140.
King's Theatre, Argyle Rooms, Hypo-
Lamartine, Meditations Poetiques, review lite Larsonneur, Miss Angelina Corri,
M. Moschelles, Collard's improved Pi-
Lamb's Catullus, review of, 88.
ano-forte, The Terpodion, New Music
Last Will and Testament, the, 615.
cal Publications, 90, 91; and No.
Latreille, his arrangement of insects, 676. XVIII. Mad. Catalani, 202-Mr. Mo-
Laybach, account of, 440.
chelles' Concert, 203—-Mr. S. Wesley's
I.eisure Hours, No. I. Homer's Battle of Concert, Mr. Sapio, New Musical Pub-
the Frogs and Mice, 260—No. II. Do. lications, 204_No. XIX. Mr. Sapio,
translated, 388_No. III. The Homeric Mad. Catalani's Concert, Concert at
Poematia, 481-No. IV. Bacchus, or the St. Margaret's, 316_Provincial Music
Pirates, from the Homeric Hymns, 639, Meetings, Adoption of a foreign style in
Lemberg, Public Library at, 96.
music, Mad. Camporese, Mrs. Salmon,
Letters from Edinburgh, No. III, 77-of 317--Alodern Singers, General observa-
Edward Herbert, No. I, 184_No. II, tion on the present state of the art, 311
New Musical Publications, 319-No.
Letter of Edward Gallowgate, 52-Barna- XX. 429-Salisbury Musical Meeting,
.by Dandelion, 55_Senex to Van Vink. 430_New Musical Publications, 430
No. XXI. Music encouraged only at
Lion's Head, 3, 119, 235, 351, 465. London, 555—Mad. Catalani; Miscel-
Lisbon, abolition of the punishment of laneous Intelligence; New Publications,
Death at, 541.
556_No. XXII. Madame Catalani,
Literary and Scientific, 93, 205, 325, &c. 672–projected Concert ; Scottish
Melodies ; Grand Royal Divertimento;
Literature, Armenian, 559.
New Publications, 673.
Musical Society, Austrian, 95.
-, German, 205, 559.
Italian, 205, 442, 558. Naples, population of, 441.
Russian, 205, 441.
Natural History, names substituted for
Spanish, 96, 208, 443.
science in, 48.
New Hymn Book, 323.
Nomenclature of Clouds, 334,
Lives of the Poets ; No. I. Thomas War. Normans, or Normen, 412.
ton, 121.--No. II. Sir William Jones, Nubia, 559.
Lolham Brigs, 540—Lines written at, 541.
Lycophron, not obscure in his style, 611.
Opera, Pleasures of the, 359.
Opinion, Consistency of, 485.
Mackintosh's (Sir J.) Forgery Bill, 98. Opium, Pleasures of, 354—the excitement
Mackery End, 28.
it causes not succeeded by depression,
Madrid in 1821, 313.
358_Pains of, 369.
Eater, Confessions of an English,
Malay, a, 365.
Part I, 294-Part II, 353.
Malone's Shakspeare, 265.