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INDEX TO VOL. LVII.

About a bonnet, 242.

Aden, town of, 206.

Advice to an author, on the novel and
the drama, 679.

^Esthetics of dress:—A case of hats, 51
—No. II. about a bonnet, 242—No.
III. the cut of a coat and the good
of a gown, 608—No. IV. minor mat-
ters, 731.

Affliction of childhood, the, by the Eng-
lish Opinm-Eater, 274.

Agriculture, Practical, 298.

Aimaden, the quicksilver mines of, 186.

Anacreon's grave, from Goethe, 175.

Apparition of the Brocken, the, by the
English Opinm-Eater, 747.

Ariosto, remarks on, 404.

Arnold's history of Rome, vol. iii., re-
view of, 752.

Betham's Etruria Celtica, review of, 474.

Blind girl, to a, 98.

Bonnet, about a, 242.

Book of the Farm, review of, 298.

Borodino, an ode, 30.

Bravo, character of, 601.

Breeze, the, from Goethe, 173.

British critics, North's specimens of,
No. I. Dryden, 133—No. II. Dryden
and Pope, 369—No. III. Dryden, 503
—No. IV. Dryden on Chaucer, 617—
No. V. the same, conclnded, 771.

British history during the eighteenth
century, 353-

Brothers, the, from Goethe, 176.

Cairo, town of, 210.

Calm at sea, the, from Goethe, 173.

Campagna of Rome, the, 546.

Case of hats, a, 51.

Cattaro, sketches of, 34.

Cavalier's choice, from Goethe, 174.

Cennino Cennini on painting, 717.

Cervantes, remarks on, 8.

Ceylon, sketch of, 204.

Chapman's Homer, remarks on, 381.

Chaucer, Dryden on, 617, 771.

Chosen rock, the, from Goethe, 177.

Coleridge and opinm-eating, 117.

Comfort in tears, from Goethe, 170.

Confessions of an English Opinm-eater,
a sequel to. Introductory notice, 269
—Part I. The affliction of childhood,
274—Part I. continued, 489.—Part

I. conclnded, The Palimpsest, 739—
Levanaand our Ladies of Sorrow, 743
—The apparition of the Brocken, 747
—Finale to Parti., Savannah-la-Mar,

750.

Critics, the British—iee British.

Cuba, insurrection in, 605.

Cut of a coat, the, 608.

Dance of death, from Goethe, 167.

Dante, characteristics of, 2, 9.

Death trance, from Goethe, 177.

Delta, stanzas written after the funeral
of Sir David Milne, by, 766.

Desert, journey across the, 204.

Draining land, on, 299.

Drama and the novel, the, 679.

Dress, icsthetics of, a case of hats, 51
No. II. about a bonnet, 242—No. III.
The cut of a coat and the good of a
gown, 608.

Dryden as a critic, 133, 369, 503—as a
translator, 511—on Chaucer, 617,771.

Dumas, M., the three guardsmen by, 53.

Egypt, sketches of, 286.

Englishwoman in Egypt, the, 286.

Etruria Celtica, review of, 474.

Etndes des Sciences Sociales, review
of, 529.

Evening, from Goethe, 173.

Exculpation, from Goethe, 179.

Fairest flower, the, from Goethe, 168.

Fasti of Ovid, translation from the, 94.

Forced sale, the, 99—Chap. II., 103—
Chap. Ill, 107—Chap. IV., 111.

France, state of manners, &c., in, before
the Revolution, 705.

George III., review of Walpole's me-
moirs of, 353.

German-American romances — The
Viceroy and the Aristocracy, or
Mexico in 1812—Part I., Introduc-
tion, 251—Chap. I., 257—Chap. XI,
262—Part II., 331—Chap. XVIII.,
333—Chap. XIX., 340—Chap. XX.,
345—Chap., XXIII., 349—Part III-,
561—Chap. XLI, 572—Chap. XLII.,
575.

Gillman's life of Coleridge, strictures
on, 117.

Glance at the Peninsula, 595.

Goethe—fee Poems-

Good of a gown, the, 608.

Grant to Maynooth, the, 647.
Hannibal, 752.
Hats, a case of, 51.
History, on translating, 507.
Holy family, the, from Goethe, 178.
Homer, on the translation of, 507-
Homer, Dante, and Michael Angelo, 1.
Homeward bound, 18.
Hood, Thomas, stanzas to the memory

of, by B. Simmons, 768.
Husbandman, the, from Goethe, 175.
Isabel, Queen of Spain, character of

598.
Janus, from the Fasti of Ovid, 94.
J. D. To a Blind Girl, by, 98—Stan-
zas by, 314.
Juvenal, remarks on, 516.
King in Thule, the, from Goethe, 166.
Lebrun's Lawsuit, 705.
Leon, General, 606.
Letters of the Dead, by B. Simmons,

114.
Levana and our Ladies of Sorrow, by the

English Opinm-Eater, 743.
Lopez, character of, 601.
Love's Hour-Glass, from Goethe, 176.
Lucretins, remarks on, 517.
Malinesbury's Diary and Correspon-
dence, review of, 315.
Malta, 215.

Marriage unequal, from Goethe, 178.
Marston; or, Memoirs of a Statesman
—Part XV., 75—Part XVI., 461—
Part XVII., 679.
Matanzas, insurrection at, 605.
Maynooth, 647.
Mcrrifield, Mrs, translation of Cennino

Cennini on Painting, by, 717.
Mesmerism, 219.
Mexico in 1812—Part I., 251—Part

II., 331—Part III., 561.
M'chael Angelo, 1, 15.
Midnight Watch, the—Chap. I., 424—
Chap. II., 431—Chap. III., 439—
Chap. IV., 444.
M-lne, Sir David, stanzas written after

ihe funeral of, by Delta, 766.
Milton, critiques on, 5, 503.
Modern Political Economy, remarks on,

529.
Mohammed Ali, 215.
Montenegro, a ramble in, 33.
Muse's mirror, from Goethe, 179.
My first spec in the Biggleswades, 549.
Narvaoz, character of, 599.
New love, from Goethe, 179.
North's Specimens of the British Critics,
No. I., Dryden, 133—No. II., Dryden
and Pope, 369—No. HI., Dryden,
603—No. IV, Dryden on Chaucer,
617—the same, conclnded, 771.
Novel and the Drama, the, 679.

O'Donnell, governor of Cuba, 605.

Opinm-Eater, a sequel to the confes-
sions of the, introductory notice, 269
—Part I. The affliction of childhood,
274—Part I. continued, 489—con-
clnded ; the Palimpsest, 739—Levana
and our Ladies of Sorrow, 743—the
apparition of the Brocken,747—Finale
to Part I., Savannah-la-Mar, 750.

Overland passage, the, 204.

Ovid's Fasti, translation from, 94.

Painting, Cennino Cennini on, 717.

Park, the, from Goethe, 176.

Parting precepts, by B. Simmons, 114.

Pauperism, increase of, 531.

Peel, E. Borodino, an ode by, 30.

Peninsula, a glance at the, 595.

Perfect bliss, from Goethe, 176.

Philomela, from Goethe, 177.

Phoebus and Hermes, from Goethe, 179.

Ping-Kee's view of the stage, 415.

Poems and ballads of Goethe, No. III.
The waterman, 165—the king in
Thule, 166—the dance of death, 167
— the fairest flower, 168—sorrow
without consolation, 170—comfort in

tears, ib to a golden heart, 171—

welcome and departure, 172—even-
ing, 173—a calm at sea, ib.—tho
breeze, ib.—the cavalier's choice,
174—retribution, 175—poems after
the manner of the antique; the hus-
bandman, ib.—Anacrcon's grave, ib.
—the brothers, 176—Love's hour-
glass, ib—warning, ib solitnde, ib.

—perfect bliss, ib.—the chosen rock,
177—the death - trance, ib.—Philo-
mela, ib.—sacred ground, ib.—the
park, 178—the teachers, ib.—mar-
riage unequal, ib.—holy family, ib.—
exculpation, 179—the muses' mirror,
ib.—Phoebus and Hermes, ib.—a new
love, ib.—the wreaths, 180—the Swiss
Alp, ib.

Poetry :-—Borodino, an ode, by E. Peel,
30—-Janus, from the Fasti of Ovid,
94—to a blind girl, 98—Vanities in
- verse, by B. Simmons, 114—fhe
tower of London, by Thomas Ros-
coe, 158—the poems and ballads of
Goethe, No. III. 165—stanzas by
J. D., 314—stanzas written after the
funeral of Sir David Milne, by Delta,
766—stanzas to the memory of Tho- -
mas Hood, by B. Simmons, 768.
Poetry, on the translation of, 507.
Political economv, remarks on modern,

529.
Pompeii, 218.
Poole's Englishwoman in Egypt, review

of, 286.
Pope, critique on, 369.
Practical agriculture, 298.
Pushkin, the Russian poet, No. I., by
Thomas B. Shaw, 657.

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Race, the, a Red River recollection, 21.
Ragusa, sketch of, 41.

Ramble in Montenegro, a, 33.

Raphael, characteristics of, 17—critique
on, 411.

Rector's daughter, the, Chap. I., 580—
Chap. II., 582—Chap. HI. , 585—
Chap. IV. , 588—Chap. V. , 590—
Chap. VI, 592—Chap. VII. , 593.

Red River recollections, Chap. I. , home-
ward bound, 18—Chap. II. , the race,
21—Chap. Ill. , the stag-hunt, 26.

Red Sea, navigation of the, 208.

Retribution, from Goethe, 175.

Revelations of Spain, by an English re-
sident, review of, 595.

Reviews:—Gillman's life of Coleridge,
117—Widdrington's Spain and the
Spaniards, 181—Griffith's journey
across the desert, 204—Townsend's
facts in mesmerism, 219—Mrs Poole's
Englishwoman in Egypt, 286—Ste-
phens' book of the farm, 298—Lord
Malmesbury's diaries and correspon-
dence, 315—Walpole's memoirs of
the reign of George III., 353—Ves-
tiges of the natural history of crea-
tion, 448—Betham's Etruria Celtica,
474—Sismondi's etndes des sciences
sociales, 529—Revelations of Spain,
by an English resident, 595—Cen-
nino Cennini on painting, 717—Ar-
nold's history of Rome, vol. iii. , 752.

Revolution, effects of the, 355.

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 16.

Rome, causes of the decline of, 546.

Roscoe, Thomas, the tower of London,
by, Part I. , 158—Part II. , 161.

Sacred ground, from Goethe, 177.

Savannah-la-Mar, by the English
Opinm-Eater, 750.

Scott, Sir Walter, critique on, 8.

Settled at last, or Red River recollec-
tions; Chap. I. , homeward bound, 18
—Chap. II. , the race, 21—Chap. Ill,
the stag-hunt, 26.

Shaw, Thomas B. , sketch of the life of
Pushkin, by, 657.

Simmons, B. , vanities in verse by—let-
ters of the dead, 114—parting pre-
cepts, 115—stanzas to the memory of
Thomas Hood, by, 768.

Sismondi, 529.

Slavery in the Spanish colonies, 605.

Solitnde, from Goethe, 176.

Sorrow without consolation, froa

Goethe, 170.
Spain as it is, 181—present condition of,

595.
Stage, Ping-Kee's view of the, 415.
Stag-hunt, the, a Red-River recollection.

21.
Stanzas to the memory of Sir David
Milne, by Delta, 766—of Thomas
Hood, by B. Simmons, 768.
Stephens' book of the farm, review of,

298.
Superfluities of life, the, a tale from
Tieck, Chap. I. , 194—Chap. II. , 19S.
Suspiria de profundis; being a sequel
to the confessions of an English
Opinm-Eater. Introductory notice,
269—Part I. , the affliction of child-
hood, 274—Part I. continued, 4S9—
Part I. concluded, the Palimpsest,
739—Levana and our Ladies of Sor-
row, 743—the apparition of the
Brocken, 747—Finale to Part L, Sa-
vannah-la-Mar, 750.

Swiss Alp, the, from Goethe, 180.

Tasso, critique on, 405.

Teachers, the, from Goethe, 17S.

Three guardsmen, the, 59-

Tieck, the superfluities of life by, Chap.
I. , 194—Chap. II. , 198.

To a blind girl, 98.

To a golden heart, from Goethe, 170.

To Livia, by B. Simmons, 114.

Tower of London, the, by Thomas
Roscoe, Part I. , 158—Part II. , 161.

Townsend's facts in mesmerism, review
of, 219.

Translation, remarks on, 507.

Vanities in verse, by B. Simmons—Let-
ters of tho dead, 114—parting pre-
cepts, 115.

Vestiges of the natural history of crea-
tion, review of, 448.

Viceroy and the aristocracy, or Mexico
in 1812—Part I. , 251—Part II. , 331
—Part HI. , 501.

Virgil, remarks on Dryden's transla-
tion of, 520.

Virgil, Tasso, and Raphael, 401.

Walpole's memoirs of the reign of
George III. , review of, 353.

Warning, the, from Goethe, 176.

Waterman, the, from Goethe, 165.

M*eleome and departure, from Goethe,
170.

Widdrington's Spain and the Spaniards,
review of, 181.

Wreaths, the, from Goethe, 180.

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