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shall prosper.

are received.

bert had prepared bimself for a tedious of puffing may be excusable, but such noto- different contrivances, founded neither on sermon; but he was surprised to find him- rious and unblushing falsehood is enough nature nor probability. self moved by what he had heard.

to destroy the credit of any theatre. On quitting the church, he went to visit

Covent GARDEN.—The brief notice and the servant of God. He found him prae- faiut praise which we bestowed upon the

VARIETIES tising 'what he had taught. Indigent and

new comedy, “A Word to the Ladies,” in ANECDOTES.-Lies. A French nobleman intirm, he was distributing consolation and

our last, would sufficiently indicate to our who had three varlets of servants, promised succour among the poor. Full of conti-readers, that we did not feel it to be con- them one day, that he who could tell the dence in the old inan, Lambert made him sistent with expediency to waste much greatest lie should be rewarded. The first acquainted with the object of his journey. space upon the review of that production, said, "My Lord, I have never yet told a “ You wish,”, said the reverend Pastor, or with justice to say more in its favour. lie;" the second, I cannot lie;" but the "to be the deputy of this country? Be Being already, apparently, consigned to third said, My Lord, both of them tell what is still better: be its benefactor! Es oblivion, it should seem that the public the truth.” The latter accordingly received tablish a manufactory here, feed the indus- voice has confirmed our first impression; the reward. trious poor, they will bless you, and you and therefore we need not take up the ashes, Rights of the Gallows.The cele

Leave politics to those who either to show how much is caput mortuum, brated Klapproth related, in one of his have made it their study, and the govern- or how many live embers of wit might be lectures, that the parish of H-, which ment of states to those whom heaven has found mingled in the mass. For, in truth, had crected a new gallows just before a appointed.”— Worthy inan!' exclaimed though the prevalence of dull sentiment, foreign thief, who had committed a robLambert, accept my interest and iny and the want alike of prominent character bery in H was condemned to be money; 'all that you do must be right and learling interest proved fatal to this hanged, sent their principal iuhabitants to shall return to Paris, more satisfied with play, it must be conceded that it contained the judge, to request that this execution myself than when I set out; but be assured

a number of good points, and embraced Inight not take place, “ Because the galI will come and see you again!'

good qualities, wortlier of a more happy lows had been erected at the expense of Madame Lambert was both surprised fate. "Its grand defect was in the level and the parish, for their own people, and not and delighted at her husband's speedy re- nearly equal pretensions of almost every for strangers.” turn. He gave her a faithful account of his

one of the dramatis personæ: there were journey. She embraced him, and congra so many candidates for attention, that we

TO CORRESPONDENTS. tulated him on having again become a seu could attend to no one; but, like the last Many letters on the Question, W'as Hamlet mad ? » sible man and a good citizen.

cluster of horses at a sweepstakes, were As soon as the liberals heard of the re- forced to lump them altogether. It arose By a mis-directed letter, we have got a scolding for men. turn of their Aiphytrion, they paid him a

out of this injudicious plan, that every party tioning, in our last Number, that a rising young actress visit, in the hope of renewing their philoso- had much to do and say, which, while it was

styles herself still Miss instead of Mistress. Heretofore,

we had thought that on certain mis-haps (such as the phic dinners; but they found the door closed doing and saying, kept the other parties so child-dropping affair in the police reports this week,) against them. To treat them according to long out of sight, and their business so out the only risk of error was in letting out the secret that their own taste, Franval sent them a little of mind, that when they did re-appear the ladies, who should have been Mistresses were only Misses; circular, couched as follows :-"Mighty audience had much adó to recollect what but we now see there is danger all ways, and we will philosophers, you who are continuallytalking they had been about when they last made

never call Miss S-lle Mrs. B-n again as long as we of Voltaire, though you have never read their exits. The interest was thus divided speaks of theatrical folks-especially of the frailer sex,

live. Indeed it is necessary to be cautious how one him, if ever you should look into his works, and frittered away till the whole was rather and we had hoped that by treating them all as married you will find the following lines, which my a succession of different scenes, than a well | women, we might aroid scandal! ! friend Simon intends to adopt as his future constructed and continued drama. Then ** We have received the several circulars, sent (as we rule of conduct:

there was a vast deal too much of gentle-suppose) to all recpectable periodical publications, by a Assez des grands esprits, dans leur troisieme men hugging or saluting each other, and of efforts to the devising of means for the Encouragement of étage,

ladies telling dismalstories of their griefs, - Industry and Reduction of the Poors Rates. These objects N'ayant pu gouverner leur femme et leur merage, both exceedingly disagreeable to behold and are so vitally important, that our recommendations could Se sont mis par plaisir à régir l'univers.

to hear. In other respects the dialogne is of the add no force to that urgency with which they appeal to

better order, and often rises to true comicex- every considerate mind; and the necessarily long discusPour moi, je n'entends rien aux affaires d'etat ;

cellence. It is therefore clear that the sion of:be most effectual remedies for idleness and pauMa loi fondamentale est de vivre tranquille ; author could have inade the whole much perisin is not consistent with the plan of our work. We

can therefore only heartily wish success to these benevo. better than he has done, but for some radical lent endeavours, and mention that such a body exists for ct, dans ma vie obscure, Je laisse au Roi mon Maitre, en pauvre citoyen, defect which destroyed his powers in their the collection of illustrative facts, and the opinions of the La soin de son Royaume où je ne prétends rien.

This defect is not far to seck. It well-informed. lies in the common practice of play writing in these times,-not according to original ERRATA.-In our last Number, in endeavourconceptions and the fitness of parts, but ac

ing do justice to a Contemporary, we did him THE DRAMA.

cording to the performers in the Theatre, wrong; and by mistake stated that the excellent and their fitness for particular lines of act in a rival publ.cation instead of that in which it

account of a Scotch Penny Wedding had appeared Drury LANE.--We visited this theatre ing. Thus Mr. Kenney did not sit down to actually was, namely, in Constable's Edinburgh to see Brutus again, and found that much produce a good Comedy ;-his object was

Magazine.--Fur Corvello,” in the Digest of of its first effect was gone : eren Kean's to produce characters for Mr. Young, Mr. Politics, read Corvetto.-In No. 99, p. 794, 1.31, exertions failed under the test of repetition, Macready, Mr. C. Kemble, Mr. Abbott, Mr. of the Ballad, for “mid this gay group to seek,” and the other miserable adjuncts became Jones, Mr. Farren, Mr. Liston, Mr. Emery, read I exclaimed to seck here. doubly tiresome. The house was very &c. &c. &c.; and when he had accompoorly attended, little spirit was diplayed plished this design pretty tolerably, he

London; Printed for the Proprietors, by BENSLEY and in any part of the performances, and the and the managers imagined they had

Son, Bolt-court, Fleet-street : Published every Satur. applause was unfrequent and partial. What a fine Piece with all the strength of the

day, by HENRY COLBURN, Public Library, Conduite we have now stated, is, upon the honour of House in it. All the strength they had, street; JOHN BELL, Dealerin Newspapers, Sweeting's

not worth a rush. alley, Cornhill; and PINNOCK and MAUNDER, criticism, the bare and simple truth; yet but the piece was

Booksellers, at the Literary Gazette Office, 267, Strand, was it asserted in the bills of the ensuing But as Ä Word to the Ladies has been

where Communications (post paid) are requested to be day, that the House was crowded, the act- thrown away, we shall not say another

addressed to the Editor. Also supplied by all Book. ing admirable, and the approbation con- word about it, even to describe the plot,

sellers, Newsmen, and Stationers, in Town stant and rapturous. A moderate degree and shew that it was rather a train of in Country.




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5. Antonia, a Poem, by Murdo Young, review of, 369
SU A tarte, a Sicilian Tale, review of, 195

Austrian Archdukes Tour through England, 49, 65, 81,

lutuinn near the Rhine, review of, 515, 532
0.3 Ixle for Carriages, account of a moveable, 137

staffin's Bay, Curiosities brought from, 799

laireith, Margravine, account of the, 76
2. bankrupt Laws, Considerations on, 34 ?

triathurst; Observations on Lord Bathurst's Speech,
taxter's Views of Swansea, Notice of, 439

OTEZ'CCaufoy and Barrington's Possibility of approaching the
17 ighton Ambulator, by C. Wright, review of, 499
h! M Mullan, 357

ABEL'S Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of China, Carey, a Defence of the Poetical talents of Henry, 605 Fanaticism and Conversion, 735
550, 551

's Letter to the Marquis of Stafford, Verses on Mr. 155 Fellowes's Account of the Monastery of La Trappe, 460
Acasto, or the Felon, a Poem, review of, 725

Critical Description and Analysis of Mr. West's Fearon's Sketches of America, 673, 705
Ackerman's Patent Axles, 617

painting of Death on the Pale Horse, review of, 247 Teron, Miss, Anecdote of, 125
Actors and their Saints, 727

Clavis Metrico Virgiliana, a review of Dr. 244--Re Ferrari, a Treatise on Italian Singing, by, 788
Address to the Public. 367

marks on the Confessions of Frederick of Prussia, 959, Fidelity, Remarkable instance of, 591
Aikin's Memoirs of the Court of Q. Elizabeth, rev. of, 209 561, 584, 615, 630, 646, 665, 680, 710

Fine Arts, review and register of the, 24, 41, 42, 72, 101,
Air Spout, kemarkable Phenomenon, 425
Cassas, Memoirs of Count Las, 577

124, 136, 137, 153, 170, 185, 200, 215, 218, 234, 247, 292,
s of The Aix-la-Chapelle, a Description of, 569, 725

Cast Iron in Russia, 761

915, 999, 809, 826
at bros Albertina, Memoirs of Princess Maria Louisa, 381 Cattle, Medicine for, 649

Florence Macarthy, an Irish Tale, by Lady Morgan, re-
Alisma Plantago, a Cure for the Hydrophobia, 71, 72, 137 Celestial Apparition, 660

view of, 769
Altoviti Palace in Rome, account of the, 602
Childe Harold's Monitor, review of, 500

Foreign Players, 430
I hart 3
Anecdotes of the present King of the Netherlands, 219 Chimney Sweepers, an Eastern Tale, 571

Forkel, Biographical account of Dr. J. N. 605
by Philarchon, 798, 814
Christian the 4th of Denmark, Anecdotes of, 78

Fouche, Anecdote of, 254
-yrd, indh Hai Anglo-Cambrian, a Poem, by M. Linwood, review of, 739 Cicero, Remarks on the Merits of, 725

Franklin's (Dr.) Life and Writings, rev. of, 145,466, 483,519
Aninal Magnetism, Singular account of, 319

Coleridge's Lectures at the Crown and Anchor, 808 Frederic of Prussia, Confessions of, 561, 584,815, 630, 640,
Antiquarian Society of London, Annual Meeting of the, 281 Comet, account of a newly discovered, 143, 233

065, 680, 710
Antique Ring, Discovery of a curious, 78
Compass, Improvements on the Mariner's, 269

French Army in Russia, an Account of the Distribution
Antiquities discovered in Tuscany, 271--Avignon, 314– Conde, Biegraphy of the Prince de, +14

of the, 198--French Literature, 200-French Manners,
ir the Bed of the Tiber, 793-at Got Moor, Cam Confessions of Frederick of Prussia, 297

a Day on the Banks of the Seine, 199
bridgeshire, 810
Consecration of the Church at Gutzkow, 763

Triends, a Poem, review of the, 549
Constantine and Eugene, or an Evening at Mount Ver- Fudge Family in Paris, a Poem, review of, 265
Arctic Expeditions, a Poem, by Miss Porden, rev. of, 847 non, review of, 101
View of the various, 130, 226, 242, Copyright of Books, Arguments respecting, 237, 258, 456

Gas, a new kind of, discovered, 215
261, 319, 350, 447, 729, 734
Correspondents, Notice to, 14, 30, 47, 62, 143, 191, 207,

Genius, a Vision, review of, 436
rin ipl Arnold's Letter to the Proprietors of Drury Lane Ther 298, 254, 271, 487, 303, 319, 335, 351, 367, 383, 399,

Cent's Lines suggested by the Death of the Princess
tre, 785
416, 447, 463, 479, 495, 527, 544, 539, 575, 591, 608,

Charlotte, review of, 55
624, 640, 656, 672, 719, 735, 760, 766, 733, 614, 830

Georgel, Meinoirs of: he last half of the Eighteenth Cen-
Arts and Sciences, Distribution of the Prizes of the So Coxe's Memoirs of Jolin Duke of Marlborough, review

tury, by the Abbé, 197, 214
ciety of, 360

of, 277, 514

German Universities, State of the, 104-Emigration, 892,
Discoveries in the, 23, 137, 185, 213,
Peter, Account of the Elgin Marbles, 380

Gerning, Memoir of the Baron Von, 322-Travels in Italy,
250, 267, 269, 760
Crimea, an account of the Antiquities of the, 185

337, 357, 419
Ashford Rectory, or the Spoiled Child, review of, 54 Croley's Lines on the Death of Her Royal Highness the

Gifford, John, Memoir of, 399
Ashley, Biographical account of G. C. 605

Princess Charlotte, 307-On Paris, 540

Gilly's Spirit of the Gospels, review of, 582
Cruelty to Animals, kemarks on, 489

Godfrey of Bulloigne, or the Recoverie of Jerusalem, by
i to Athenæum at Paris, account of the, 24

Curran, Phillips's Recollections of, 379
Attributes of Satan, 310

Tasso, translated by Faire fax, review of, 115

Golownin's Narrative of a Residence in Japan, in 1811,
Dagley's Compendium of the Theory and Practice of

1812, 1919, review of, 3, 18, 36
97, 113, 119, 242, 259, 273, 278, 369, 392, 423, 439, 453 Drawing, review of, 903

Gourgaud's Account of the l'ampaign of 1815, rev.of, 740
randies, the Dynasty of, 620

Gravity and Levity, review of, 311
Danish Literature, account of the, 8

Grecian Antiquities, an Account of the Discovery of, 289
De Courci, and other Poems, by Thompson, rev. of, 135

Greek Literature, 560--Church, curious Anecdote of the,
Delambre de l'Astronomie Ancienne, review of, 777

9.-- Antiquities in the Crimea, 908
L'Eon, account of the Chevalier, 566

Greenland, review of Captain Ludwig Metzler Giescke's
Denmark, a trigonometrical Survey of, 729

Voyage to, 68
carrow's History of the Voyages to the Arctic Kegions, 754 Designing, Anecdotes relative to, 25

Guy Mannering, Plagiarism in, 57
Dictionnaire Infernal, review of the, 487
March 18, 1817, review of, 164

Directories, Abuse in Compiling of the London, 574
Drama, review and register of the,ll, 27, 45, 61, 76, 93, 10A,

Hackett's Narrative, review of, 723
eatson, Biographical Memoir of Dr. Robert, 173

125, 140, 156, 173, 189, 206, 221, 236, 252, 270, 285, 301,

Hall's Travels in Canada, review of, 401, 420
$18, 333, 349, 364, 382, 397, 415, 430, 445, 461, 477, 493,

Account of a Voyage of Discovery, 89, 98, 116.
North Pole, review of, 161

527, 543, 558, 573, 590, 605, 637, 653, 669, 665, 717, 733, Hamilton, Memoirs of Mrs. Elizabeth, by Miss Benger,
eaumel, an Error corrected respecting, 710

748, 764,781, 796, 813, 630

review of, 245
ernard, biographical account of Sir Thomas, 541

Foreign, remarks on the, 13, 29, 61, 77, 94, 125, Hammer's, Von, View of the Egyptian Mysteries, 87, 102
illington, Biographical account of Mıs. 652

157, 190, 237, 415, 479, 573, 621, 671,686, 735, 797

Hannibal's Tomb, 601
irkbek's Letters from Illinois, 491

Drury Lane Theatre, Statement of l'acts connected with Harvey's Sensibility, the Stranger, and other Poems, 708
lunt's Stranger's Guide to the City of New York, review the Management of, 609

Hastings, Biographical account of Warren, 636
of, 553

Hawke, some Account of the late Miss, 205
pok Auctions, Origin of, 95

Earth, new Theory of the, 508—Measure and Form of, 537 Henry IV. Equestrian Statue of, 26
ostock's History of Galvanism, review of, 802

Easter, account of the causes why Easter 1816 was ap. Herbert, an Original Letter from Sir Williaın, 69
otany Bay, some account of, 789

pointed to be celebrated on the wrong day, 68

Hermit in London, 445, 461, 474, 491, 524, 540, 536, 569,
our goine, Letters on Sweden, by the Baron, 7, 23 Edinburgh Review, Notice of Errors in the, 327-Notices 587, 601, 619, 635, 631, 667, 665, 717, 731, 747, 762,
w Church, Cheapside, remarks on the Architecture of, on the Polar Ice and North West Passage, 547

780, 795, 811, 827
601, 633
Edgeworth's Letters, review of the Abbé, 192

Highland Society of Arts, an Account of, 215
amsen's Letters of a Prussian Traveller, rev.of, 386, 406 Egede's Account of Greenland, from a Journal kept dur. Hill of Caves, with other Poems, by Read, review of, 228
etschneider's Journey to London and Paris, 150

ing the years 1770 and 1778, 307

-Letter occasioned by the Review of, 280
Egyptian Doctrines of the Lower World, by Von Ham Hobhouse's Illustrations of the 4th Canto of Lord Byron,
isted's America and its Resources, review of, 434

mer, 87, 102—Monuments, Jornard's Notes on the,

review of, 290
itain, or Fragments of Poetical Aberration, by Mrs. 528—Antiquities, 631, 648

Holman, Biography of Mr. George (actor) 44
Elections, 401

Homburg, Biography of the Prince of Hesse, sos
itish Institution, Exhibition, rev.of, 72, 89, 104,123,137, | Elgin Marbles, account of the, 379

Hooker's Muscologia Britannica, review of, 295
154, 170, 185, 200, 218, 235, 300, 315, 363, 490, 744, 809 Elliston's Reply to the Memorial of Drury Lane and Co Horres, interesting Anecdote of Arabian, 175
itton's Cathedral Church of Winchester, 503

vent Garden Theatres to the Lord Chamberlain, 373 Howard, Memoirs of the Life of John, review of, 753, 773
ooke's Poems, review of, 451

English Manners, by Abul Hassan, 716

Hudson's Hours, a Peein, review of, 467
yan's Biographical Dictionary of Painters, 139 Engraved Prints, Notice of, 760

Humboldt and Bompland, revicw of the Personal Narra-
jona parte, Mémoires secrets sur Lucien, review of, 338, Enigma, a curious French, 334

tive of Travels to the Equinoxial kegions, 66, 81, 119
357, 974, 408

Epinay, Memoires et Correspondance de Madame D', re -Biography of C. W. Humbolt, 106-Biography of
jona parte's Bees, some account oí, 22, 136, 389

view of, 227, 251.

F. H. A, Humboldt, 106
rchard ; Account of the Death of the African Traveller, Epistles from Bath, review of, 36

Hunt's Foliage, and other Poems, review of, 210
111-Memoirs of, 742

Epitaphs, Collection of curious, 7, 39, 367
rney, Biographical account of the Rev. Dr. 172

Error, Remarkable propagation of an, 567

Ice, the Tormation of Ice in the Sea, 154
rrowe's Pianoforte Primer, review of, 87

Etna, Account of a Journey to, 40, 58, 70, 71

Incombustible Man, an account of, 462
ron's Beppo, review of, 163–Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Evans's Excursions to Windsor, review of, 84

Indecent Prints, Remarks on, 568
Canto the 4th, review of, 273

Evelyn's Memoirs and Diary from 1641 to 1705-6, review Iron Meteoric, account of, 778
of, 225, 264, 322

Italian Literature, 469, 664, 792
lleville's Recollections of Norway, 674

Expeditions to the North Pole, Account of the, 190, 226, Jackson's 700 Errors in Shakspeare's Plays, 643
mpbell's Ossiano, review of, 595

242, 261, 607, 617, 681, 714

James's Account of the War with the United States, 450

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Jesuit's Barks, 730

Morgan's Sketches of the Philosophy of Life, rev. of, 721 Royal Institution, account of the Lectures at the, 104,
Johnson's Journey from India to England, review of, 434 Mosaic Pavement, an account of a curious, 72 .

122, 136, 153, 215, 233, 250
452, 435, 504
Mudford versus Scott, 709

Roxburgh Club, 593
Jomard's Notes on the Egyptian Monuments, 328 Murder, remarkable Discovery of, 923

Ruben's Gallery, Leicester Square, account of the, 283, 473
Jordan, Epitaph on the celebrated actress Mrs. 192 Muscologia Britannica, or the Mosses of Great Britain, Russia, Modern Russia and the Ancient Colchis, 778
Journal des Savans, Analysis of the, 5, 14, 21, 120, 168, by W. J. Hooker, review of, 295

Russian Literature, 199, 645—Anecdote, 194-Embassy to
183, 194, 207, 214, 232, 249, 271, 335, 359, 376, 411, 424, Music, State of Music in England, 791, 806, 824

Persia, 151, 316,431, 507-Sketches of the South of, 155
464, 469, 487, 521, 535, 553, 559, 565, 583, 598, 627, 645, Musical Instruments, Choice of, 343, 378, 393, 412, 440
678, 76, 759, 767, 776, 791, 805

Saloon of Arts, Oid Bond Street, account of the, 283
Natural and Spiritual Visions, 710

Satan, the Attributes of, 310
Kaleidoscope, Description of the, 250, 314, 345, 427 Neale's Antiquities of Westminster Abbey, review of, 449 Saving Banks, review of the Annals of, 168
Kemble Family, Outline of a Print of the, 73
Neale's Travels in Poland, Moldavia, and Turkey, re

Bass's Journey to Rome, review of, 737
Kennedy's Poem on the Death of the Princess Charlotte, view of, 149, 167, 181

Schmidt's Invention of a Plough, 794
review of, 86

Necker, Madame de Stael Holstein's Life of, review of, 133 Scipio and Wellington, a Parallel, 429
Kephalides' Account of Italy, 709, 726
Necrology, Foreign, 197

Scott versus Mudford, 709
King's (Dr.) Political and Literary Anecdotes of his own Nepaul, Explanation of an Inscription on a Block in, 196 Sea Monster, some account of a, 78
Times, review of, 817
Newfoundland and its Natives, account of, 775

Serpent, account of a great Sea, 489
Kirby and Spence's Introduction to Entomology, review Niebuhr, Memoirs of the Traveller, 348, 381

Shakspeare and Vandykc, 745
of, 418, 467
Nightmare Abbey, review of, 787

Shipwreck of the French Frigate Medusa, 353
Kotzebue's Vovage round the World, an account of, Northcote's Life of Sir Joshua Reynolds, review of, 757

Singer's Select English Poets, review of, 33
151, 742-Embassy to Persia, 151--Northern Expedi. Northern Sketches, 327, 377

Smollett's Tomb, some account of, by!
tion, 599

Sound of Flame in Tubes, 537
Kunheim, Biographical Memoir of Count Von, 173
Olympian Jupiter, or the Art of Aucient Sculpture con-

Society, Sketches of, 10, 108, 124, 139, 155, 187, 202, 219,
sidered, 38, 56

235, 951, 317, 347, 363, 595, 444, 747, 811
La Priina Musa Clio, translated by Baldwin, rev. of, 279
Opera House Dispute, a Statement of the, 403

Stael, Memoirs of Anua Germaine de, go3
Learned Societies, account of the Proceedings of, A, 24,
Opie's New Tales, review of, 517

Stebbing's Minstrel of the Glen, rev'ew of, 804
9, 89, 103, 136, 159, 169, 184, 200, 215, 239, 249, 267,
Optics, new Discovery in, 457, 491

Stevens's Essay on Average, review of, 197
981, 299, 319,927, 345, 378, 394, 413, 493, 44, 456, 122,
537, 566, 601, 665, 681,714, 744, 760, 778, 793, 608, 826
Ossiano, by Campbell, review of, 595

St. Helena, Letters from Madame Bertrand at, 441, 454,
Oswego, account of the Shipwreck of, 657, 675

471, 487, 506, 581, 536, 554
Leicester Square Gallery, account of the, 473

Sun-Dial used as a Moon-Dial, 799
, an account of the Picture Gallery of Sir John,
Paddock's Shipwreck of the Oswego, 657, 675

Syracuse, extracts from A Walk to, 202
943, 269, 315, 330, 666

Paisiello, Quatremere de Quincy's Account of the Life
Leipsic Fair, 377

and Compositions of, 60, 74

TE of my Lapdlord, Second Series, review of, 497
Lester's new Discoveries in Optics, 457, 490
Palmer, Biography of Mr. Robert (actor) 43

Telescopes, Origin and Use of, 267
Lewis, Biographical account of M. G. 495
Palmer, Biography of Mr. John, 572, 605

Theatrical Morality, 782
Libel, Observations on a, 626
l'amphleteer, review of the, 789

Thomson's Observations introductory to a work on Ergo
Libraries in Austria, account of the, 814
Pananti, an Account of Algiers, by Signor, review of, 289

lish Etymology, 641
Literary Fund, some account of, 313
30R, 323, 391

(Jas., unpublished Poems, account of, 629, 680
Literary Intelligence, 14, 46, 78, 111, 127, 143, 159, 191,
Paris, a Poem, by Rev. W. Croley, review of, 340

Thorne, Memoir of War in India, by Maj. Thorne, 325, 341
223, 238, 286, 303, 335, 351, 367, 383, 399, 416, 431, 479,

Thorlakson, the Icelandic Poet, some account of, 792
Pasigraphy, or Universal Language discovered, 59, 210,
495, 511, 527, 575, 608, 623, 639, 653, 607, 735, 799, B14

Thummel, Bingraphical account of Maurice Aug. Von, 9

968, 299
Lithography, Discoveries in the Science of, 427
Peak Scenery, by Rhodes, review'df, 293

Thurtle's Ashford Rectory, review of, 543
Lithuanians, curious Superstitions and Customs of, 828
Perpetual Motion, 415, 458

Tiber, Antiquities found in the Bed of the, 793
London, new View of, 88

Tiflis, some account of, 92
Peter's Complaint, and other Poems, 658
Lucretia, a Tragedy, 518
Philharmonic Society, Annual Meeting of the, 222, 317

Tin, Crystallization of, 426, 443, 586
Luther's Marriage, account of, 212
Phillips's Recollection of Curran, 379

Tin Mires in France, 794
Macdonald's Paraphrase on Economy of Life, rev, of, 182
Plough, descri; tion of a newly invented, 319, 794

Treneuil, Biographical Memoir of M. de, 991
Plumptre's Tales of Wonder, of Humour, and of Senti. Tuckey's Voyage to the Congo, review of, 144, 165, 176,
Maclean on Epidemic Diseases, 248

ment, review of, 21

19%, 213, 231, 278
Magic Lanterns, 642
Poesy, a Satire, with other Poems, 647

Tuscany, Antiquities discovered in, 271
Mandeville, by Godwin, a review of, 116
Poetry, Original, 8, 27, 43, 54, 73, K, 106, 194, 139, 142,

Twelfth-day, some account of, 57
Marco Polo's Travels, by Marsden, review of, 776

155, 171, 187, 201, 219, 235, 251, 269, 284, 300, 315, 330,
Marriage ('ustoms in Lorraine, 220, 235

Varieties, 14, 30, +7, 74, 111, 126, 143, 158, 175, 190, 207,

947, 363, 381, 595, 414, 429, 443, 459, 473, 491, 509, 512,
Mechanical Arts, curious Discovery in the, 185

993, 238, 287, 301, 919, 331, 383, 415, 447, 479, 494, 511,

529, 539, 556, 568, 585, 603, 618, 635, 649, 667, 6:3, 715, 527, 543, 559, 591, 639, 655, 671, 687, 719, 734, 750, 766,
Medical Music, singular account of, 181

745, 730, 762, 779, 794, *11, 827
Medusa, Narrative of Shipwreck of the French Frigate, 533

775, 782, 819, 830
Polar Ice, Conjectures relative to, 169, 547

Vartic, Memoirs of John, written by himself, rev. of, en
Memnon, account of an Atteinpt to remove the colossal

Polidori's Essay upon the Source of positive Pleasure, 502 Violin, Character and History of the, 600-Fractured
Best of, 105
Memorabilia of 1818, 679
Pope, Biographical account of Miss, 525

Violin, 639
Population of Northern Nations, SOS
Memorial to the Lord Chamberlain from the Theatres

Voltaire upon Rousseau, 777
Porden (Miss) Arctic Expeditions, a Poem, review of, 246
Royal of Drury Lane and Covent Garden, with Mr.

Vondrel, the Dutch Poet, Biographical account of, 27
Fradt, I es quatre Concordats, par M. de, 790, 894
Lilliston's Reply, 373
Presence of Mind, Anecdote of, 78

Upcott's Bibliographical account of the Printed Works
Meteoric Trast, 771, 809, ROD
Printing Press, Improvements in the, 23

relating to English Topography, review of, 177
Meteorological Journal, 14, 30, 47, 61, 78, 95, 111, 197,

Prussia, Confessions of Frederic of, 297
143, 159, 173, 191, 207, 223, 238, 24, 271, 247, 302, 319,
Prussic Acid, new Discovery of, 137

Walpole's Curopean and Asiatic Turkey, review of, 51
8?5, 359, 367, 383, 399, 416, 431, 447, 463, 495, 512, 527,

Walpole's Letters to G. Montague, Esq. review of, 85, 99,
544, 319, 575, 591, 608, 623, 640, 655, 671, 687, 719, 735, Quarterly Musical Magazine, review of, 423

119, 194
766, 733, 799, -14
Quatremere de Quincy's Letter to W. Carey, Esq. 634

Walter, Biography of Professor, 91
Mexico and Mexican Language, remarks on, 92

Warner's F pistolary Curiosities, review of, 245
M•Mullan's Britain, Fragments of Poetical Aberration, 357 Ran, Bingraphy of Professor Sebaldus, 91

Water Colour Exhibition, account of, 269
Milford's Tour in Italy, review of, 53
Recluse of the Pyrenees, a Poem, review of, 531

Watkins' (Dr.) Memoirs of Q. Charlotte, review of, 818
Millington on the Polar Ice, 169
Religio Clerici, a Churchman's Epistle, review of, 177

Watson, Anecdotes of the Life of Richard Lishop of
Mill's History of Muhammedanism, review of, 264 Replies to the Fudge Family in Paris, review of, 771

Landa:t, review of, 1, 17
Milman's Samor, a Poem, review of, 260
Repton, Biographical Notice of Humphry, 445

Wellington and Scipio, a Parrallel, 428
Milton, Emendation of, 71, 2o1
Reynolds's Life, by Northcote, review of, 757

Whistlecraft's Poems, review of, 380
Minstrel of the Glen, review of, 605
Rhodes's Peak Scenery, illustrated with Engravings from

Wilkie, Mr. elected a member of the Highland Socieiy, 155
Mitchel's Account of Modern Italy, 343--Remarks on the Designs of F. L. Chantrey, review of, 293

Williams, an Essay on the Dry kot, by Pobert Mac,
Foreign Players, 431
Rhododaphne, a Poem, review of, 114

review of, 929
Modern Greek Literature, 562-Authors, 747
Rob Roy, a Novel, review of, 34

Wilson's American Ornithology, 626, 644, 660, 677
Moir's Inquiry into some of the most curious and inte Roma Bilinguis, 598

Windowsin Men's Breats, 749
resting Subjects of History, 353
Roman Antiquities, 522, 821-Numerals, 383

Witches, some account of, 342
Monthly Magazine, Inconsistency of, 362
Romans, the Colloquial Language of the, 561

Woman, or Minor Maxims, a review of, 594, 619
Monk's Vindication of the University of Cambridge Rossini, Biography of the celebrated composer, 189

Woman, a Poem, by E. J. Barrett, review of, 292
against Sir J. E. Smith, 611
Roubiliac the Sculptor, Anecdotes of, 779

Woman, or Pour et Centre, by Rev. C. Maturin, re-
Muore's Almanac, Key to, review of, 135
Royal Academy, General Meeting of, 104-Lectures at

view of, 437
Morier's Second Journey through l'ersia, &c. review of, the, 122–Exhibition, 299, $29, 561, 394, 808
546, 563, 581, 59, 613, 627, 662, 707

Life, the Economy of, 279

Young': Portraits of the Emperors of Turkey, rev,of, s20

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