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we may inention that we heard, a few weeks The new Tragedy of Mirandola, will, we one door;and being content with this solitary since, of a traveller of the name of Gordon, hear, be fully rehearsed. by next Saturday. entrance, they convert the side-scenes into who ha'l reached Calcutta after having tra- Theatrical report, and public expectation, what they are intended to be, the walls of versed the vast portion of the globe from the seem to be alive on the suboj ct.
the room. Again, it always strikes ine that Russiani frontier ortr the whole table-land of
English Opera House. A new species of there is much more dignity in advancing in Asia. If we are correctly infor:ned, this is entertainment has been produced here: we full view of the audience from the bottom is the most extraordinary journey of our have not been able to see it yet, but learn of the stage to the front, than in coning in times.
from a critical friend, that it is a better kind at all parts of the divided wall at the side,
of puppet-shui. Actors and actresses where (except in the proscenium) we lare THE DRAMA.
amuse themselves (if not the audience) be- not even the apology of a sham door for our
hind a transparent curtain : there is some admission. I say nothing of the advantage more sedate and learned readers, for com- entertainments! We shall perhaps gain no credit with our singing, plenty of puns, and other rational enjoyed by the persons seated in the sige
box, and those next it, of seeing mrich pressing, as we mean to do, our dramatic criticisms for the weck, within a very nar
The Minor Theatres have burst into new of the power which these favoured individuals
that passes behind the scenes. I say nothing row compass
. When it is considered that activity. The Surrey, clever as usual ; the enjoy," of marking the exact inoment at this is the season of lunch and Pantomime, Olympic, amusing; the Cobourg, so-so ; the which the buskined hero, retiring from the and that all the recondite sciince of Friar Adelphi, tolerable. We intend deroting an
scene, relapses into the man; when his meaBacon, and glorious spirit of our Aretie al crening to each, and reporting fairly, for the sured pace, sustained for a proper distance venturers, have been brought into visible benefit of the rising generation.
in liis retreat from the stage, gives way to action, we are sure that more than a liriet
the strut of meaner mortals; and his heroic sketch would be expected from a scientific
To the Editor of the Literary Gazette.
length of face is exchanged for a hearty journal, and one which has so largely duelt
laughi, on receiving the congratulations of his upon the brilliant exploits of the northern Sir,-If the following remarks, on one or brother actors. Ensconced in the stage-box navigators. But to confess the truth, though to points relating to the stage, appear worth at Covent Garden or Drury Lane, I bare à priori well disposed to take up these sui). your attention, I shall be obliged by your been an unwilling witness to sundry orber jects with all the solemnity and deliteration giving them a place in the Literary Gazette. occurrences, not meant for the public eye, due to their importance, we must say, è pos. During some months spent on diterent parts some of them too insignificant, others of 100 teriori, that we have been so much disap- of the Continent, I was, like most travellers, sinister a character, to bear relating. The pointed in the manner of their treatment, by much in the habit of frequenting the theatres last point with which I shall trouble you, is our esteemei coadjutors (illessrs. Winston of the places in which I made any stay. I that of the position of the Prompter. ' In all and Farley, or D. Lane and C. Garden), that could not help observing some triling par- the foreign theatres I have seen, he is uniwe have lost every disposition to join thein ticulars in the mechanical part of theatrical formly seated in the middle of the proscein their attempts to espound Bacon, and management, in which the French, and, fol. nium, below the stage, alore which his elucidate Polarity. Of the Drury Lane pan- lowing them, the Germans and Dutch, cer- head
! only appears. He is not seen at all by tomime, therefore, of Ilarlequin Equimaux, tainly excel us. I need not tell you, that in the greater part of the audience, being shelor the North West Passage, we shall inerely tragedy and genteel comedy the French writered as it were by a low shed rising about state, that it is one of the worst we ever wit-, ters pay special attention to unity of scene ; | a foot above the stage, immediately before nessed. The decorative parts are poor; the and, in consequence, that the stage usually the raised seat of the leader of the band, performances, with little exception, quite represents a chamber, the entrance to which which does not impede the view. If an actor contemptible; and the triple action of trick, is by folding doors, in the middle of the scene is not perfect in his part, instead of shufiling change, and machinery, iniserably contrived which stretches across the back of the stage towards the side-scene, and looking one noand ill-inanaged throughoui*. We were quite and bounds the spectators' view. This scene ment at the audience or his fellow-performers, sorry 10 see the wretched style in which the is either let down from above, or pushed up and the next at the prompter seated behind piece was yot up; for in these enlightened through a trap-door, and being composed of the side-scene, he and his colleague or coldays, so much of a theatre's prosperity de- one piece of canvas, does not present that leagues advance to the front of the stage, and pends on an attractive pantomime, that so woeful break hiatus valdè defienlus,” down take a position where he is enabled to receive great a failure in this raspect must be very the middle, which always oftends the eye on every word from the prompter, whose roice, injurious to an establishment which cannot our stage, from the circumstance of the as its sound rises towards the ear of the well bear it, anıl to which every lover of the scene being composed of two parts, pushed actor, is never raised so high as to be heard drama must wish success. At Covent Gar- / on from their respective sides. It is really by the audience, which is certainly not the den, though inferior to the most popular quite ludicrous to see the two halves of what case on onr large theatres, where propriety things of the sort, Harlequin and Friar Ba- is meant for a portrait, cruelly separated by is sacrificed, either by the retreat of the oncon displays some magnificence, two or three an awkward scene-shifter, and some stern- fortunate actor to the side-scene, or by the gooil tricks, a tine panorarnic scene, and the looking worthy, or perhaps“ my uncle shouting of the prompter, plainly enough to inconsist. de clowning of Grimaldi. These Oliver” as completely cloven to the brisket be heard by persons in the boxes near the will carry it through the holidays; and with as if the sword of Amadis de Gaul had been stage. I am aware that the genius of our drana greater chance of profit in consequence of at work upon him; while the vociferous will not admit of the constant use of the the bad luck of the other house.
Goals shower down all manner of maledictions foreign back-scene, which, however, might Vandenhoff has performer Rolla with some upon the bungling servants of the stage. be introduced on most occasions (in comedy eclat. Wallack, his competitor in this part, And when the sundered parts, after quivering especially) with great advantage. I would plays it with interest and effect. Mr. Cooper some time in the air, do contrive to join, the also abolish the doors in the prosceniun, or does Alonzo as genteely as white kid gloves case is not a whit improved; no " healing space between the lamps of the orchestra and permit; and there is a Pizarro, one Mr. arı” can remove the terrific scar which in the beginning of the side-scenes; it should, Thompson, who has the rare merit of being tersects, not only the face of the unlucky I think, he kept sacredi (except in the case of quite original in the character.
portrait, but the whole of the imaginary wall. application to the prompter) as a sort of neuThe Clown was guilty of taking an imperti- But the absence of this absurdity is not the tral ground between the actors and audience; nent liberty with the audience on Wednesday I thod : all the actors enter through the fold
only advantage possessed by the other me- for evening, by introducing political names : he was
'Tis distance lends enchantment to the view. justly hissed for his pains, and taught, that as ing doors I have described, instead of sncak I must request your indulgence for these coblers should not go beyond their last, so neither ing in by the side-scenes, as with us. The basty observations ; they are dictated by: should Clowns say what is not set' down for French do not forget that a room, such as is wvisli to see our theatres as pre-eininent i or
rcpresented on the stag”, has usually only the correctness of their stage management.is
NEW EDITION OF PETRARCII.
they are for the splendour of their architec- to be sure, ironically speaking! certainly troyed by the Englisk under the celebrated
Talbot), Mr. de Rostaing of Cadourme,
T. E. C. lishes the following predictions of the old of white marble, of gigantic dimensions. Cambridge, 17th Nov. 1820.
Tyrolian Prophet, Rudolph Wartgrum, now The bas-reliefs, wlich represent a battle, are in his 89th year. The above journal ob- in the best taste, and of admirable expression.
serres, that the prophet foretold the temper. The athletic forms, the life and spirit which VARIETIES.
ature of last year in the most exact way. breathe in the whole composition, show a
November.-For the inost part cold and Roman hand, did not the costuine and acSirifl's Battle of the Books, --was bor-damp.
companiments bear indisputable evidence of rowed from a little French volume, entitled December.-During the first half of the it. The inscription has been iinpaired ; but “ La Guerre des Bêtes, 1971;” and it is most month a cold north-east wind will prevail ; Nir. de Rostaing has made out what follows. probable that “Il Divortiv Celeste," of Fe- during the second half, rain and snow.
Fabu......Germ....N....VI.... rante Pallarichini, furnished the hint for his January.---This month will commence
Debellantem ... ...mors. “ Tale of a Tub.”
with hard frosts, which, however, will not Liberty.-It was the saying of a consul last long: a south-west wind will bring thaw
Duce Cesar. under Nerva, that it was a great misfortune and rain.
There were found within this sepulchre, a to live under an emperor who would suffer
February. — Excessive cold will prevail sword, and a coin supposed to be a sesterce. nobody to do any thing; but that it was a throughout the first half of this month; dur
LITERARY –The troublesome system of still greater to be in a country where every ing the latter half, the weather will be mild, duties and drawbacks upon books passing body might do every thing they pleased.
with occasional snow. Curious Frontispice.-The copperplate
March and April. - During these two continued by a Treasury Vinute, in so far as
between England and Ireland, has been disengraving which faces the title page of a months, the temperature will be so extreme. regards private property. We wish governsmall edition of Cornelius Nepos*, published ly mild, that the trees will appear in blos- ment would revise the law on the subject of at Amsterdam, 1783, represents on one side som, and every thing will denote an alun- duties on works of art, remains of antiquity, our Saviour on the Cross; and on the other, a dant sėason.
&c. imported from abroad. Such things enfigure of the author, from whose mouth a label Puffing:- The following modest adver- rich a country, and ought not to cost indi. appears to issue forth, bearing the following tisement is taken from the Mercurius Publi-viduals one penny for bringing them in. inscription: “Lord Jesus, lovest thou me?" cus for Nov. 20, 1663. “ Newly published, which is answered by another label affixed the second part of Hudibras (by the incomto the mouth of the person addressed, with parable author of the former) which if pos
LITERARY NOTICES. "Highly famed, excellent, and most learned 'sible has outdone the first; sold by John Rector Seger, imperial poet, and well de- Merton and James Allestry, at the Bell, St. serving inaster of the school at Wittenberg ; Paul's Church Yard.” By which it would
A new and splendid edition of the Poems yes, thou knowest that I love thee." !!! appear, that the art of puffing was understood of Petrarca, by Professor Antonio Marsand,
The slight shock of an earthquake was and practised as well then as in our own day, at Padua, has been published in two vofelt in Verionethshire, on Wednesday se’en- by booksellers and authors. Neither was lumes royal quarto, on the finest wove panight. the trick of filching titles and names totally
per. This edition is far superior to the The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, unknown, as we gather from learned Antho- numerous editions before published, both were seen on Sunday se’ennight, from Crony Wood. “It was a usual thing in those in the correctness and beauty of the immor, in the county of Norfolk.
days,” says he, " to set a great name to a pression. It is ornamenter with a fac simile The lovers of Astronomy will shortly have book by the sharking booksellers, in order of the hand writing of the illustrious poet, a favorable opportunity of observing the new to make it sell.”
and several engravings by the best Italian planet Vesta. By a paper laid before the
Story.--Pope was once complaining to Ar- masters, among which are the portraits of Astronomical Society of London, it appears buthnot of the attacks to which his character Petrarca and Laura, the first by Maura Ganth:t she will be in opposition between Ge- was constantly subjected, when the doctor in dolfi, the latter by the celebrated Raphael mini and Cancer on the evening of the 13th reply begged to tell him a story. A gentleinan, Morghen. The literary merit of this edition of January.,, If a line be drawn from Castor says' he, passing down the Strand, was acci- has received the just tribute of commendathrough Pollux, it will cut two stars in Can- dentally dirtied hy soine scavengers, who tion in the discourse held by Prefessor Mecer, of the sixth magnitule, situated near to
were collecting the mud at the road side. neghelli in the academy of Venice, and in each other, and designated in the catalogues Being extremely passionate, he violently abus- many of the most distinguished journals of by the Greek letter f. The most northerly ed them, which they bore with silent patience; Italy and Germany. His Majesty, the Emof these two stars is called 1 y, and the bus their forbearance served only to irritate peror of Austria, has subscribed for a copy southerly 2 pe; she will pass close to the the beau, who attempted with his stick to throw for his own library, and for 24 copies for the latter of these, on the 29th instant, and pro- some of the contents of their load upon the principal Academies, &c. in the Austrian ceed nearly in a straight line towards A, in men.“ Ah master, if you are for that sport, dominions. Cancer ; to the north of which she will pass we'll suit you in a trice, that is our trade :” | Contents of the Journal des Sarans for on the 9th of February. By the assistance with these words they returned his unsavoury of a map of the constellation Gemini, this salute, thick and threefold ; nor could they
November, 1820. planet may be readily found with a good be persuarled to desist, until they had en- Countries of the East. Reviewed by Mr.
1. Robert Walpole's Travels in various telescope, and her progress watched for up- tirely corered him with filth from head to foot. Letronne. wards of two months. - Daily Papers. Pope saw not, or would not see, the drift of Sheridan.-No man was readier with a the story; he persisted in pelting, and was Dates.-Mr. Daunou.
II. Saint Allais, l'Art de Vérifier les repartee than Sheridan. The relater of this pelted the greater part of his life. There anecdote once encountered him nearly oppo-are authors living at the present moment, -Mr. Raynouard.
III. H. H. Milman, the Fall of Jerusalem. site the Adelphi, just at the moment when a by whom the hint might be applied to very cart loaded with long iron rods was passing; useíul pupposes.
IV. Quelques Remarques Historiques, sur and upon casually remarking that the music
les Dialogues, dites Socratiqnes.-Letronne.
Roman Sepulchre in France. In the V. G. Spurzbeim, Essai Philosophique sur it made was none of the most delightful, neighbourhood of St. Seurin de Codourme, la Nature, Morale, &c. de l'Homme.-Abel Sherilan immediately rejoined,
“ music?” glancing at the vehicle,
in the department of the Gironde, (where are Rémusat.
seen the ruins of a place called Brion, which VI. Géographie de Strabon (en Français) In the possession of the writer. existed in very remote ages, and was des- Raoul Rochette.
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INDEX TO THE LITERARY GAZETTE FOR THE YEAR 1820. *
Abbot, The, rev. of, 661.
Braconot, Mr. Account of his discotery of the conver. Danish Throne, aceount of Pretender to, 616.
tibility of Rags, Paper, &c. into Sugar, 109.
Daru, Count, History of Venice, review of, 68.
on Pictures, 75, 125, 137, 142, 156, 172, 207, 219, 251. Debrett's leerage, the Inaccuracies of, 400, 490; his re-
Portrait exhibition, 315, 363, 379, 3*, 42, 444, 450, ply, 601; further error, $69.
Deists, account of Indian Sect of, 316.
British Settlements, (New) in Africa and Asia, 60. Delany's Anecdotes of Geo. III. ond Q. Charlotte, 483.
Britton's History, &c. of York Cathedral, rev. of, 72. Delaplane, Joseph, his modest proposition 268.
Delphin Classics, further account of, Valpy, 561, 837.
Buonaparte, Memoirs of, by Fleury, review of, 65 ; by Drake, Dr. N. Winter Nighto, review of, 201.
O'Meara, 86; Maximes, &c. by Las Casas, 105; Letter Diama, general notices of, 22, DS, 126141, 191, 207, 222,
from St. Helena, respecting. 208; Anecdotes, 229; his 302, 318, 382, 666, 670, 667, 718, 781 740; Poreign,
System of Education for the King of Rome, 417. ib., 30, 41, 61, 77, 296, 817, 365, 429, 520, 541, Bun, ohó,
Buonaparte, Louis, Reflections on Holland, review of 719,782,788.
29, 310, 328.
Dramatic curiosity. Copy of the Letter from Drury
Burckhardu's Travels in Nubir, review o', 1, 22, 48, 57, 78. Lane Theatre with rejected piece, 462.
Burghersh (Lord), early Campaigns of Wellington, re. Drury Lane, criticisms on performances and new pieces
al, 12, 61, 76, 141, 187, 175, 208, 252, 285, 201, 365, 397,
418, 445, 540, 622, 766, 732, 829; Close, 462.
Byron, Lord, a Parisian Critique on, 206; Story of his Dublin Theatie, opening, 422
Tragerly of Paliero, 763; Don Juan, Canto xi, 500. Duval, on the Teeth review of, 600.
Barthquake at the Ionian Islandı, account of, 441;
Cambridge, proceedings, degrees, &c. ol the Universiy, Theory of, at Martinique, 222.
Earthquake, the, a Tale, by the author of the Ayrshire
Camoens, Life and Writings, by Adamson, rev. of, 290. Legatees, review of, 817.
Eclipse of Sun, plienomena, 649, 702.
Edinburgh, by the Hermit in the Country, 364; No.
Carey, Patrick, Trivial Pocins, &c. by, rev. of, 337, 347. Editor, the, his Cook, 701.
Edinburgh University, Proceedings of 587.
Elephants, decoying, account of, 209.
Ellen Fitzarthur, a Poem, review of, 342.
Engraving, Lizars', new Mode of, 283.
Cenotaph to the l'rincess Charlotte, model for, 251. Engraving on Steel, French claim to the Invention, 686,
Encaustic Glass Painting, theory of, 636.
Cheltenham Waters, Dr. Neale's Letter on the, rev. of English Stories, by Maria Hack, review of, 582.
M'Cabe on ditto, 522.
Essays and Sketches of Life and Character, by a Gen-
tle man who has left his Lodginga, rev. of, 872.
Chinese Literature, Book on Puh, 180; Dictionary, by Eusebius, new edition of, 26.
'Eutropius, MS. of discovered, 475.
Exchange no Robbery, Comedy, critique on, 341.
Cicem, discovery of lost books de Republica, 75, 92, Exhibitions, Haydon's, 720; of Painters in Oil and Wa.
ter Colours, 281, 432; General Notice of, 287; Glover's,
Citizen, A, Letter on Alterations in Manners, 748. 301; Little Marc, 575; Brighton Gallery, 589; Isa.
Pables, from La Fontaine, review of, 677.
Classical Bxcursion from Rome to Arpino, by C. Kell. Family Comfort, a Sketch, 670.
sall, review of, 469, 46.
Fare, the Bill of, Tabella Cibaria, review of, 481.
Fashionable World, New Dictionary of, rev. of, 824.
Cockle, Mrs. Elegy on Death of the King, rev. of, 233. Fetal attempt to reach Mont Blanc, 634.
Coins, discovery of curious Anglo-Saxon, in Sweden, 137. Faulkner, T. History, &c. of Kensington, rev. of, 617.
Collier, J. Payne, Poetical Decameron, review of, 307. Fawkes, Mr. Gallery, 363.
Colman's Posthumous Letters, review of, 545, 569, 584. Perriere, Mr. Notice of a Letter from, 26.1.
Words, review of 386, 407.
Finland and its Literature, account of, 554.
Fitzadam's Lays on Land, Specimens of, 598; notice re-
specting this Sailor. Poet, 686.
Fitzarthur, Ellen, a Poem, review of. 342.
Cornwall, Barry, Dramatic Scenes by, second edition, Foscolo Ugo, Ricciarda Tragedia, review of, 419.
rev.of, 227; New Poems, M. Colonna, &c. rer. 369, 380. Fourmont's Inscriptions, Raoul Rochette's Letters to
Lord Aberdeen on the authenticity of, 236.
Franklin, Lieut. Journey, 655.
Frazer. Tour through the Himala Mountains, review of,
Frozen Ocenn, new Expedition to, 283.
Punguscs, an Introduction to the Knowledge of, review
519, 682, 438.
Croly, the Rev. G. Angel of the World and other Poems Gall, John, Letter from, respecting Lise of West, 251.
by, rev. of, 449, 489, 531.
Galvanism, Effects on the Needle, remarkable Experi-
ments, 523, 635, 692, 714, 811.
Garos, the, Account of that Eastern People, 615.
Gas, Coal, improved Mode of obtaining, 287.
Gastronomy, Scientific Invention in, 506.
Gent. T. Poems by, review of, 771.
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INDEX TO THE LITERARY CAZETTE FOR THE YEAR 1820
Geological Primer, iu verse, &c. review of, 187.
Polong, a Malay Demon, account of, 569.
Queen, the description of a picture of lier Entrance ista
Manuscripts of Juvenal, Cicero, Livy, and Seneca, Dis Jerusalem, 507.
covery of, 459, 794 ; in the Library at Vienna, 780. Queen's Appeal, review of, 358.
Randall, Jack's, Diary review of, 611.
Mathews, Mr. * At Home, critique on, 157, 429. Reding, Anecdote of General Thcodore, 23.
Richardetto, a poem, review of, 100.
Roman Language, origin of, 618, 777.
Roxburghe Club, anniversary, 410.
Royal Society (New) for the Encouragement of Litera
ture, Arst account of, 80.
Russian Universities, accoant of the Six, 137; Expeditisa
to the Frozen Ocean, 236.
Sadlers Wells, Entertainments at, 253.
Sandham, Miss, Friendship, a Tale by, reriew, 43
Sandwich Isles, account of the King of, 653.
Mills' History of the Crusades, review of, 161, 187, 215, Satan, Letters from, 765, 781, 796; Correspondence cotr
Savans, Analysis of the Journal des; 9, 25, 58, 74, 91, 166,
Mirza Aboul Taleb Khan's Travels, 6; Notice respect. 123, 135, 168, 235, 267, 318, 430, 478.
Savoisi and the University of Paris, their Dispute, 221.
Miscellanies by the Rev. R. Warner, review of, 70. Scoresby's Account of the Arctic Regions, review of
181, 21), 233, 249, 281, 237.
Seaman, M. the Scholar's Remembrancer, 1®.
Servetus, Account of him and his Works, 720.
Shabeeny, El Hage, account of Timbuctoo, 273, 387,
Shelley's Cenci, a tragedy, review of, 209; Prometheas
Mulock, Mr. Lectures on English Literature at Genc Unbound, review of, 530.
Sketches from St. George's Fields, review of, 229.
Smart, the late Christopher, a song to David, rer. of 131.
Hunt, L. Translation of Amyntas, review of, 467. Neighbourhood, the, Tales for Youth, rev. of, 132. cal Tracts, 13, 14, rev. of, 280.
Smith, Horace, the Nympholept, review of, 904.
111, review of, 577.
Snowden's Sermons, review of, 531.
Southey's History of Methodism, rep. of, 203, 218.
Spence's Anecdotes, &c. by the fate Edmund Malowe,
Oerstadt, Prof. on Magnetic Electricity, new Discovery review of, 20; by S. W, Singer, 40, 46.
and Laws of, 523, 635, 682, 714, 811,
Strafforde, Original Letter of lord, to his Wife, sr.
dian in Denmark, 108, 410.
Stecl-engraving, by Messrs. Perkins and Fairman, 171.
en 1815, review of, 86
Sultana Valide, history of, 797.
Sulphur fumigation, advantages of, 554.
Sun, Spots on, Theory of, 331.
Syntax, Dr. his Second Tour, No. I. review of, 22.
Tales of my Landlord, remarks on, 609.
Tancoigne's Travels into Persia, review of, 241.
Telescope improved, invention of, 555,
Tentamen, review of, 393.
Ton of bad Poetry, offer of for sale, 717, 731.
Oxford, Proceedings, &c. of the University, weekly. Townshend Lady, J. G. epitaph on, 27.
Trigonometrical Survey, to ascertain the earth's Density,
Troubadours, poetry of the, 91.
Tully's Letters on Tripoli, review of, 294.
HistoricalRccollections of, 589; by Mad. Domeire, 644. Turner's, D. Tour in Normandy, rev. of, 35, GI, GA
Turner Sharon, Anglo-Saxon History, rév. and epilone
Turner, W. Tour in the Levant, review of, 420, 450, 453.
Vaccination in India, state of, 13).
Percy Anecdotes, review of, 87, 121, 248, 518, 692, 739. Varieties, weekly.
Pestilential Diseases, Chlorine a Remedy for, 620 Vesuvius, account of the Eruptions, 331, 347.
Venom of the Viper, experiments on, 620.
Volcano, terrible eruption of, in Banda, 73.
Walpole's edit. of Travels in Turkey, &c. 2nd vol. 257,
Westphalia, Memoirs of the Court of, rev. of, 235.
Wiffin, J. H., Poems by, rev. of, 550,
Pinnock's edition of Goldsmith's England, rev. of, 531. Wilkins. Picture of Battle of Hastings, remarks on,
review of, 820.
and Wallachia, review of, 113.
Williams' Travels in Italy, Greece, &c., rev. of, 53.
Planey, Collin de, le Diable peint par lui meme, 134. Wine and Walnuts, or after-dinner chit-chat, 632, 64,
200; Miscellaneous Poems, 611; Excursion, 857,
Yates, Thomas, Syriac Grammar, review of, 727.