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a style of engraving never surpassed in this country. was found in the late Dr James Browne, a man of This splendid work extended to forty-five volumes. varied and extensive learning. New and valuable In 1751-54 appeared Barrow's New and Universal articles were contributed by Sir David Brewster, by Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, and in 1766 an- Mr Galloway, Dr Traill, Dr Roget, Dr John Thomother Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, compiled by son, Mr Tytler, Professor Spalding, Mr Moir, &c. the Rev. H. Croker, Dr Thomas Williams, and Mr This great national work-for such it may justly Samuel Clerk. The celebrated French Encyclo-be entitled-was completed in 1842, in twenty-one pédie was published between the years 1751 and 1765. Among the various schemes of Goldsmith, In the interval between the different editions of was A Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, for the Encyclopædia Britannica, two other important which he wrote a prospectus (unfortunately lost), and works of the same kind were in progress. The to which the most eminent British writers were to be Edinburgh Encyclopædia, under the superintencontributors. The premature death of Goldsmith dence of Sir David Brewster, was commenced in frustrated this plan. In 1771 the Encyclopædia 1808, and completed in 1830, in eighteen quarto Britannica, edited by Mr William Smellie, was pub- volumes. The scientific department of the work, lished in four volumes quarto, presenting a novel under such an editor, could not fail to be rich and and important improvement upon its predecessors: valuable, and it is still highly prized. The Encyclo'it treated each science completely in a systematic pædia Metropolitana was begun in 1815, and preform, under its proper denomination; the technical sented this difference from its rivals, that it determs and subordinate heads being also explained parted from the alphabetical arrangement (certainly alphabetically, when anything more than a refer- the most convenient), and arranged its articles in ence to the general treatise was required.' The se- what the conductors considered their natural order. cond edition of this work, commenced in 1776, was Coleridge was one of the writers in this work; some enlarged to ten volumes, and embraced biography of its philological articles are ingenious. The Lonand history. The third edition, completed in 1797, don Encyclopædia, in twenty volumes royal 8vo., is amounted to eighteen volumes, and was enriched a useful compendium, and includes the whole of with valuable treatises on grammar and metaphysics, Johnson's Dictionary, with its citations. Lardner's by the Rev. Dr Gleig; with profound articles on Cyclopædia is a collection of different works on mythology, mysteries, and philology, by Dr Doig; natural philosophy, arts, and manufactures, history, and with an elaborate view of the philosophy of in- biography, &c. published in 131 small 8vo. volumes, duction and contributions in physical science, by issued monthly. The series embraces some valuable Professor Robison. Two supplementary volumes works: Sir James Mackintosh contributed part of a were afterwards added to this work. A fourth edi- popular history of England, Sir Walter Scott and tion was issued under the superintendence of Dr Mr Moore histories of Scotland and Ireland, and M. James Miller, and completed in 1810; it was en- Sismondi one of the Italian republics. Sir John riched with some admirable scientific treatises from Herschel wrote for it the Discourse on Natural the pen of Professor Wallace. Two other editions, Philosophy, already alluded to, and a treatise on merely nominal, of this Encyclopædia were published; Astronomy; and Sir David Brewster contributed and a supplement to the work was projected by the the history of Optics. In natural history and other late Mr Constable, and was placed under the charge departments this Cyclopædia is also valuable, but of Professor Macvey Napier. To this supplement Con- as a whole it is very defective. Popular Cyclostable attracted the greatest names both in Britain pædias, in one large volume each, have been puband France: it contained contributions from Dugald lished, condensing a large amount of information. Stewart, Playfair, Jameson, Leslie, Mackintosh, Dr Of these Mr M'Culloch is author of one on comThomas Thomson, Sir Walter Scott, Jeffrey, Ricar-merce, and another on geography; Dr Ure on arts do, Malthus, Mill, Professor Wallace, Dr Thomas and manufactures; Mr Brande on science, literature, Young, M. Biot, M. Arago, &c. The supplement and art; Mr Blaine on rural sports. There is also was completed in 1824, in six volumes. Six years a series of Cyclopædias on a larger scale, devoted to afterwards, when the property had fallen into the the various departments of medical science; namely, hands of Messrs Adam and Charles Black, a new the Cyclopædia of Practical Medicine, edited by edition of the whole was commenced, incorporating Drs Forbes, Tweedie, and Conolly; the Cyclopædia all the articles in the supplement, with such modifi- of Anatomy and Physiology, edited by Dr A. T. cations and additions as were necessary to adjust Thomson; and the Cyclopædia of Surgery, edited by them to the later views and information applicable Dr Costello; each being in four massive volumes, to their subjects. Mr Napier was chosen editor, and and composed of papers by the first men of the proan assistant in the work of revision and addition fession in the country.

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ALFRED, i.

ALFRIC, i.

nag, i.
Adversity, i.

Adversity, Hymn to, ii.

Adversity and Prosperity, i.
Advertisement, Literary, ii.
Advertisements, Quack, i.
Advice to Landscape Painters, ii.
Advice to a Lady, ii.

Advice to the Married, ii.

Advice to a Reckless Youth, i.
Advice to a Youth of Rambling Dis-

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Age, from Anacreon, i.


Age, Gradual Approaches of, ii.
AIKIN, DR, ii.
AINSWORTH, W. H. ii.


Air, the Dancing of the, i.
AIRD, THOMAS, ii.
AKENSIDE, MARK, IL.
Alas! Poor Scholar, &c. i.
Alchemist, the, i.
Alexander's Feast, i.
ALEXANDER, SIR JAMES, ii.

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ALISON, A. ii.

ALISON, REV. ARCHIBALD, ii.
Alonzo the Brave and the Fair

Imogine, ii.

Alps, Scenery of the, ii.

Althea, to, from Prison, i.

Amantium Ire amoris redinteg-

ratio est, i.
Ambition, i.
Ambition, Pursuits of,
and Lite-

rary Tastes, ii.
Ambition, Results of Misdirected

and Guilty, ii.

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position, i.

Æsop's Invention to bring his Mis-


tress back, &c. i. .
Afar in the Desert, ii.
Afflicted, Comforting the, i.
Affliction, Consoling in- [Lady
Mary W. Montagu to the Coun-
tess of Bute], i.
Africa, Influence of a Small Moss
in Fructification amidst the De-
serts of Mungo Park], ii. 666, 667
African Hospitality-[Mungo Park],


ii.

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566
110

452

433
441
435

114

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106
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73

197

623

424
454
294

INDEX.

666

315

Amelia Wentworth, ii.

America, from Burke's Speech on
Conciliation with, ii.
America, Discovery of, ii.

·


America, Verses on the Prospect of
Planting Arts and Learning in, i.
American Freedom, Dependence of
English on, ii.

American Scenery, South, ii.
Amherst, Lord, ii.
Amicos, ad, ii.
Amynta, ii.

Anacreon, Note on, i.
Anacreontics, i. .
Anastasius-Recovery of his Lost

Son in Egypt, &c. ii.
593
Ancient Countries, Modern State of, i. 254
Ancient English Mansion, Descrip-
tion of, ii.

599
390

Ancient Greece, ii.

629 Ancient Poets, Translations of the, i. 494
295 ANCRUM, EARL OF, i.
157

53
241

Anecdote of the Discovery of the
Newtonian Philosophy, i.
Anecdote of the Sultan Bello-[Den-
ham and Clapperton], ii.

364
607

293

Angels, Assembly of the Fallen, i.

51

615

610

207

Page
442-445

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48 Angler's Wish, the, i.

Angling, Recommendation of, ii.
Anglo-Saxon and English, Speci-
mens of, Previous to 1300, i.
Anglo-Saxon Writers, i.
Animals, Cruelty to-Picture of the
Chase, ii.
Animals, Proportionate Lengths of
the Necks and Legs of, i.
Anna, the Grave of, ii.
Anningait and Ajut, ii. .
653 Anniversary, the, ii.

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Anster Fair, Passages from, ii.
ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER, ii.
Antioch, the Siege of, i.
Antiquary, an, i.
Antoinette, Marie, Queen of France,

il.

315 Apelles and Protogenes, i.
647 Aphorisms, Miscellaneous, i.
629 Apostrophe to the Ocean, ii.
108 Apple-Dumplings and a King, ii.
473 Approbation, Desire of, i.
43 Arab Chief, Remark by an, ii.
395 Aram, Eugene, Dream of, ii.
197 ARBUTHNOT, DR JOHN, i

366 Arcadia, Description of, i.

678

Arcite, the Death of, i.

3

Arctic Discovery, ii.

674-676

649, 660

3 Arden of Feversham, Scene from, i. 175
643
Argentile and Curan, Tale of, i. 226, 227
Armida and her Enchanted Girdle, i. 103
ARMSTRONG, JOHN, ii.
68
703

377 ARNOTT, DR NEIL, ii.

223

145

229
188

657

231

346
681

132
129
320

315

525
294
153
279
502, 503
123
7
409

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663

667

338

Arthur's Coronation, Proceedings
at, i.

ASCHAM, ROGER, i.

Ashford, Isaac, a Noble Peasant, ii.
ASHMOLE, ELIAS, i.
Aspatia, Grief of, for the Marriage
of Amintor and Evadne, i.
Aspirations After the Infinite-
[Pleasures of the Imagination], ii.

417

69

5

1-36

663

231
539

415

391
293
455

680

465

642
233
18

5
76

312
527

205

44

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Birds, an Invocation to, ii.

Birks of Invermay, ii.

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BISHOP, SAMUEL, ii.

Bishop, to Mrs, ii.

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BLACKLOCK, THOMAS, ii.
Blacklock's Portrait, ii.

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of, i. 303

103, 210
118,203
203-210

Berkeley's Siris, the Concluding Sen-

tence Imitated, ii.

Bermudas, the Emigrants in, i.
BERNERS, LORD, i.


Bertram, Scene from, ii.
Beth Gelert, or the Grave of a Grey-

655
539, 540, 672

521
3

142

676

125

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455

457

471
471
680

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Life, ii.

Bloomfield to his Children, ii.
Bloomfield to his Wife, ii.
Blossoms, to, i.
Bobadil and Matthew-[A Simpleton
and a Braggadocio], i.
Bobadil's Plan for Saving the Ex-

hound, ii.

Bethlehem, the Shepherds of, i.
Bethlehem, the Star of, ii.
Biancha, Disinterestedness of, i.
Bible, Translation of the, i.
Bible, Tyndale's Version, &c. i.
BICKERSTAFF, ISAAC, ii.
Bigotry, i.

BINGHAM, CAPTAIN J. E. ii.
Biography and History, i.
BIRCH, DR THOMAS, ii.

Bird and Musician, Contention of, i. 220

442
43
588

Biron, Return of, i.

Birtha, Description of the Virgin, f. 147

115
115

102 BULLAR, DR JOSEPH, ii.

493
117

171

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568
74, 245

71 BROME, RICHARD, i.
93 BROOKE, MRS, ii.

668

410

270

74
151

531

682

498

192

702
217

3

BOSWELL, JAMES, ii.

BOSWELL, SIR ALEXANDER, ii.
BOSWORTH, REV. MR, ii.

Botany, Invocation to the Goddess
of, ii.

BOTEVILLE, FRANCIS, L.
BOWDICH, MR, ii.
BOWER, ARCHIBALD, ii.
Bower of Nehushta, the, ii.
BowLES, REV. W. L. ii.

275

544

BOYLE, THE HON. ROBERT, i.
Braes of Balquhither, ii.
Braes o' Gleniffer, ii.

Braes of Yarrow, the, ii.
Braid Claith, ii.

618

29

286

Bramble Flower, to the, ii.
BRAY, MRS, ii.

421

BRUCE, JAMES, ii.

66
302

BRUCE, MICHAEL, ii.

207 BRUNTON, MRS, ii.

90

283

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196

103 BULLAR, JOHN, ii.

Britain, the Languages of, i.
British Monarchy, the, ii.
British Navy, the, i.
BRODIE, GEORGE, ii.

197
104

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457

629
123

685

Breakfast, the Public, ii.
BREMNER, ROBERT, ii.
BRETON, NICHOLAS, i.
BREWSTER, SIR DAVID, ii.

83

703

Bride's Tragedy, Passages from the, ii. 521
Bristow Tragedy, or the Death of Sir
Charles Bawdin, ii.

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Broomstick, a Meditation upon, ac-

cording to the Style and Manner
of the Hon. Robert Boyle's Medi-
tations, i.

BROUGHAM, LORD, ii.
BROUGHTON, MRS, ii.
BROWN, DR THOMAS, ii.
Brown Jug, the, ii.

BROWNE, SIR THOMAS, i.
BROWNE, WILLIAM, i.

Brownie of Blednoch, the, ii.

BROWNING, J. ii.

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BULWER, SIR E. L. ii.
BUNYAN, JOHN, i.

Bunyan's Autobiography, i.
BURCHELL, MR, ii.
BURCKHARDT, J. L. ii.

Burial Ground in the Highlands,

Lines written in a, ii.

Burial of Sir John Moore, ii.

BURKE, EDMUND, ii.

Burke and the Duke of Bedford, Dif-

ference between, ii.

Burke's Account of his Son, ii.
BURLEIGH, LORD, i.

BURNES, SIR ALEXANDER, ii.
284 BURNET, DR THOMAS, i.
286 BURNET, GILBERT, í.
283 BURNET, JAMES-[Lord Monboddo],

140

ii.

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665
94

572

Brutus and Titus, Scene between, i. 391

BRYDGES, SIR EGERTON, ii.
BUCHANAN, GEORGE, i.

688
161, 307
Buchanan's Latin Version of the

Page

644

494

642

162

137th Psalm, i.
Buckingham, Duke, Character of, i. 362
Buckingham, Henry, Duke of, in the
Infernal Regions, i.
BUCKINGHAM, J. S. ii.

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, DUKE OF, i.
BUCKLAND, DR, ii.

Bud, the, i.

BUDGELL, EUSTACE, i.

Bull, John, History of, i.

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BURY, LADY CHARLOTTE, ii.
Bush aboon Traquair, ii.
Busy-Body, the, i.
BUTLER, SAMUEL, i.
Butler's Remains,
Thoughts from, i.
668 Butterfly, to the, ii.
BYRON, LORD, ii.

271
250

191

353

Cade's Insurrection, i.
CADMON, i.

345

516

Cæsar, Generosity of, i.

491

491

Cairo, Legend of the Mosque of the
Bloody Baptism at, ii.
CALAMY, EDMUND, i.

24

130

82

677, 688
378

703
328

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628

702

678

BURNEY, FRANCES [Madame D'Ar-
blay], ii.

Burney, Miss, Explains to King
George III. the Circumstances At-
tending the Composition of Eve-
lina, ii.

BURNEY, SARAH HARRIET, ii.

648

118

298

128

507

524

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521, 620-622
466
467-471
668
668, 676

·

84
250

231

327 CAMPBELL, MAJOR CALDER, İL

642
672
216

473

614

642
686
686

435
410

227

pense of an Army, i.
Bohemia, Queen of, to the,

i.

Boleyn, Queen Anne, the Death of, i. 68
BOLINGBROKE, LORD, i.
Bonny Kilmeny, ii.
Books, i.

646

497 BURNS, ROBERT, ii.


413

243

Books and Ships Compared, i.
BORROW, GEORGE, ii.

Burns to Mrs Dunlop, ii.
Burns-from his Epistles, &c. ii. 484-486
688 BURTON, DR, ii..
644, 672
703 BURTON, ROBERT, i.
. 272

BOSTOCK, DR, ii.

233
230

234
679
450
486

249

535

538
539
479-486
483

Pare

609

128
277

345-353, 408, 409
Miscellaneous

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Cameronian's Dream, the, il
CAMPBELL, DR G. ii.

CAMPBELL, DR JOHN, IL.
CAMPBELL, JOHN, ii.

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CALDERON DE LA BARCA, Ma-
DAME, ii.

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CALDERWOOD, DAVID, i.
Caldon-Low, the Fairies of the, iL
Caleb Williams, Concluding Scene of,
ii.
563-565
591
261-263
508

Calista's Passion for Lothario, i.
CAMDEN, WILLIAM, i.

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Careless Content, ii.

CAREW, LADY ELIZABETH,
CAREW, THOMAS, i.
CARLETON, WILLIAM, ii.
CARLYLE, THOMAS, ii.

Carnatic, Destruction of the, ii.
CARNE, JOHN, fi.
CARPENTER, DR, ii.
CARRINGTON, N. T. ii.
CARTE, THOMAS, ii.
Carthagena, Pestilence at, ii.
CARTWRIGHT, WILLIAM, i.
Casa Wappy, ii.


Castara, Description of, i.

Castle of Indolence, from the, ii.
Cataract and the Streamlet, ii.

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388

Canterbury Pilgrimage, Select Cha-
racters from the, i.

Canterbury Tales, Introduction to
the, ii.

Cape, Spirit of the, ii.
Captivity-the Starling, ii.

Caractacus, Passage from, ii.

CAMPBELL, THOMAS, ii. 369-374,646, 678
301
Candle, to my, ii.
295,296

CANNING, GEORGE, ii.

Canning, G. Portraiture of [From
De Vere, or the Man of Indepen-
dence], ii.

Canning's Lines on the Death of his
Eldest Son, ii..

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191, 235

668

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Catiline, the Fall of, i.

Cato, from the Tragedy of, i.
Cauler Water, ii.

Cause and Effect, i.

Cave, the [Written in the High-
lands], ii.

CAVENDISH, GEORGE, I.
CAXTON, WILLIAM, i.
Celia, to, i.

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Censorious People, i.
CHALKHILL, JOHN, i
CHALMERS, ALEXANDER, ÎÏ.
CHALMERS, DR THOMAS, ii.

Chalmers, Dr T-his appearances

252
320

547-549

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CHAMBERLAYNE, WILLIAM, I.
CHAMBERS, EPHRAIM, ii.
CHAMBERS, ROBERT, ii.
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, ii.
Chameleon, the-[Prior], i.
Chameleon, the [Merrick], ii.
Chamouni, Hymn before Sunrise in
the Vale of, ii.
Change, ii.

680

134

154
190

615, 616
604, 685

CHAPMAN, GEORGE, i.

Character, Anatomy of, performed
by Uncharitableness [From The
School for Scandal], ii.
Character, an Original-[From
Dickens's American Notes], il..
Charcoal Fire, Kindling of, i.

473

181
19
138
475, 476
134

19

440

193
544
131

65

661,

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in London [Note], ii.
CHALMERS, GEORGE, ii.
Chamæleon, the-[George Buchanan],
i.

610

296

81

70

54

113

640

137

647
701

661

636

308
$23
255

538
120

343
449
210

146

632

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Charity-[Dr Isaac Barrow], 1.
Charity-[Sir T. Browne], i.
Charles I. Character of, i.
Charles II. Character of, i.
Charles II. Escape of, after the Battle


of Worcester, i.
CHARLETON, Walter, i.
Charm-Song, the, i..
Chase, the, i.

Chase, Picture of the, ii.
Chastity, to, i.

Chastity, Praise of, i.
CHATHAM, EARL OF, ii.
Chatham, Speech of, on being Taunted
on Account of his Youth, ii.
Chatham, Speech of, against the
Employment of Indians in the War
with America, ii.
Chatham-his last public appear-

253

ance, ii.

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Chatham-his character, ii.


CHATTERTON, THOMAS, ii.
CHAUCER, GEOFFREY, i.
Chaucer, Immediate Predecessors

of, i.

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480-485
409
214

581

663
131
334

252

Chaucer, Inscription for a Statue of,
at Woodstock, ii.

Chaucer, Last Verses of, i.

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12, 34

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Chinese Expedition, Narratives of

the, ii.


Chinese Ladies' Feet, ii.

Page
432
302
479

489

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682
682
190
639

Chivalry, ii.

Chivalry and Modern Manners, ii.
Chloe, to, i.

Choice, Passage from the, i.

139
377

Christ Crucified afresh by Sinners, i. 276
Christ, Kingdom of, not of this

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Chronicle, the, i.
Chroniclers, the Rhyming, i.
Church Music, Influence of, i.

Church Music, Usefulness of, i.
CHURCHILL, CHARLES, ii.
Cid, Romance of the, ii.
City Shower, a Description of a, i.
Civil War, Various Events of the, i.
CLARE, JOHN, ii.
CLARENDON, LORD, i.
CLARK, SIR JAMES, ii.
CLARKE, DR ADAM, ii.
CLARKE, DR E. D. ii.
CLARKE, DR SAMUEL, i.
Claudian's Old Man of Verona, i.
Clergy, the Glory of the, i.
CLEVELAND, JOHN, i.
Cliffe, Letter to Lord, i.
Clitumnus, Temple of, ii.
Clothes, against Fine, i.
Cloud, the, ii.
Clown, the, i.
COBBETT, WILLIAM, ii.
Cobham, Lord, Death of, i.
Cock and the Fox, i.
COCKBURN, Mas, ii.
COFFEY, C. ii.

World, i.

Christiad, the, ii.

Christian, the Dying, to his Soul, i.
Christian in the Hands of Giant De-
spair, i.
471-473
Christian Religion, the Excellency
of the, i.
Christian Vices, a Mohammedan's

429

·

Lecture on, i.

32

Christianity, Arguments for the
Abolition of, treated, i.

Christianity, Inconveniences from a
Proposed Abolition of, i.
Christmas, i.

Christmas Eve, Picture of, ii.
CHRISTMAS, MR, ii.

253

254

254

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142
235

288

285

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665
303
565

627

627
127

328
657

316

6

238
661
92-94
368
548

290

425

47
23

CONSTABLE, HENRY, i.

74 Constable's Miscellany, ii.

143 Constancy, i.

248 Constantinople, the Taking of, by

174

142

475

703

COLERIDGE, HARTLEY, ii.
COLERIDGE, S. T. ii. 333-345, 514-516
COLERIDGE, MRS HENRY, ii.

473

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Comical Revenge, Scene from, i.
Commendation before Trial, Injudi-
cious, i.
Common Lot, the, ii.
Companions, Agreeable, and Flat-
terers, i.

Complaint of Nature, ii.
Compliment, the, i.
Comus, Scene from, i.

Comus, the Spirit's Epilogue in, i.
Concord and Discord, i.
CONGREVE, WILLIAM, i.

432

593
CONOLLY, LIEUTENANT ARTHUR, ii. 679
Conscience, Terrors of a Guilty-
[Fuller], i..


Conscience, Terrors of a Guilty-
[Blacklock], ii.

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392
30
141
524-531
319
687

498

393

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the Turks, i.

169

260

Content, Careless, ii.
Content, Hymn to, ii.
Content, a Pastoral, ii.
Content, a Sonnet, i.
Contentment, a Wish, i.
579
Conversation, on, i. . 414, 507; ii. 244
Conversation, Passage from, ii.
Conversation between Chesterfield
and Chatham-[From Imaginary
Conversations of Literary Men and
Statesmen], ii.
Convict Ship, the, ii.
CONY BEARE, MR, ii.
COOK, ELIZA, ii.

COOKE, GEORGE, i.

COOPER, JAMES FENIMORE, ii.
COPELAND, DR, ii.
CORBET, RICHARD, i.
Corbet, Vincent, to, i.
Corina, to go a-Maying, i.
Coriolanus, Prologue to, ii.
Coronach, ii.

COTTON, CHARLES, i.
COTTON, NATHANIEL, ii.
COTTON, SIR ROBERT, i.
Country Ballad Singer, the, i.
Country Churchyard, Elegy Written

in a, ii.

Country Life, Praise of a, i.

Country, Love of, ii.

Court Masques of the Seventeenth

Cressey, Battle of, i.

Critics, Hostile, i.

CROKER, T. Crofton, il

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672

660

Cowper, Inscription on the Tomb
670 of, ii.
662 Cowper's Grave, ii.

318

444

147
258-260
391
273

COXE, WILLIAM, ii.
CRABBE, GEORGE, ii.
CRASHAW, RICHARD, i.
Crashaw, on the Death of, i.
CRAVEN, THE HON. R. K. ii.
CRAWFORD, ROBERT, ii.
Creation-[Cadmon], i.

398
279

690, 691

73
370-373
127

Creation-Dr R. Cudworth], i.
Creation-[Sir R. Blackmore], i.
Creation, Diversified Character of, ii.
Creation, Eve's Account of her, i.
Creation, the Works of, i.
Crescentius, ii.

151
471

Cowper, on the Receipt of his Mo-
ther's Picture, ii.

Page

CROLY, REV. GEORGE, ii.

448
485

Cromwell, Oliver, Character of, i.

Cromwell, Oliver, Interview with, i. 459
Cromwell, Vision of Oliver, i.

403

Cromwell's Expulsion of the Parlia-
ment in 1653, ii.


Croppy's House, Description of the
Burning of a, ii.
CROWNE, JOHN, i.

Crusade, Muster for the First, i.
Crusades, Against the, ii.
Cuckoo, to the, ii.

CUDWORTH, DR RALPH, i.
CUMBERLAND, DR RICHARD, i.
CUMBERLAND, RICHARD, ii.
Cumnor Hall, ii.
98 CUNNINGHAM, ALLAN, ii.
120 CUNNINGHAM, JOHN, ii.

606

·

333 Cupid, to, i.

334

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266
420

Century, i.

Courtier, the Old and Young, i.

Courtship, Rustic, i.
COVERDALE, MILES, i.
COWLEY, ABRAHAM, i. 312-318, 401-404
Cowley, Abraham, Lines on, i.
Cowley's Love of Retirement, i.
CowPER, WILLIAM, ii.

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Cupid and Campaspe, i.
Cupid and Psyche, ii.
Curiosity, Fatal, i.
CURRIE, DR JAMES, ii.
Custance, Departure of, i.

414 Cymbeline, Dirge in, ii.

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134

277

122

323
449
257-269

703

116

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143 Death, Against Repining at, i.

49

385

353, 419
122

263

572

55
531

382

198
229

586
74


351
478

Day of Judgment, ii.
DE LOLME, ii.

642 De Montfort, Scene from, ii.

473

216

629

269
461

636
309-315
149

314

261

672

128

2

427

568

260

339

612
450

Czar Peter in England in 1698, i.
DACRE, LADY, ii.

Daffodils, to, i.

71

640

613

Dance, the, i.
DANIEL, SAMUEL, i.

Daniel's Sonnets, Selections from,
DARWIN, C. ii.

DARWIN, DR ERASMUS, ii.

DAVIS, JOHN, i.

DAVIS, JOHN FRANCIS, ii.

Dawson, Phoebe, ii.
DAY, JOHN, i.

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DAVENANT, SIR WILLIAM, i.

13, 146

David and Goliah, i.

102

David II. Return of, from Captivity, i. 28
David, Song to, ii.
DAVIES, SIR JOHN, i.

109-112
108

252

681

312

216

447

241

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97, 263

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De Montfort, Jane, Description of, ii. 513
Dead, the, ii.

74
301

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Death-its Desirableness, i.


Death-[Supposed Last Verses of the
Poet Nicoll], ii.

Death-the Changes it Effects, i.

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Death, the Court of, i.

Death, Fear of, i.

Death and Funeral of a Pauper, ii.
Death, the Image of, i.

Death, Old Age and, i.
Death of Marmion, ii.
Death, Night Piece on, i.
Death, the Pomp of, i.
Death of Sir H. De Bohun, i.
Death Song, Written for, and Adapted
to, an Original Indian Air, ii.
Death, Time of-Advantages of our
Ignorance of it, i.

Death of Two Lovers by Lightning
-[Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon-
tagu], i.

506

296
308

574

187, 381

630

96
328

383

576
293

26

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641

613
392
6

39

97

425

Deception, a-[From She Stoops to
Conquer], ii.

Definition of Good Breeding, ii.
DEFOE, DANIEL, i..
DEKKER, THOMAS, i.
DELABECHE, SIR HENRY, ii.
DELTA-See MOIR, D. M.

592

645

19

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490

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341

248

617

211, 274

703

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DENHAM AND CLAPPERTON, ii. 667, 668

DENHAM, SIR JOHN, i.

321
680
620
692, 693

DENNIE, COLONEL, ii.
Depending upon Others, ii.
DE QUINCEY, THOMAS, ii. .
Descriptive Sketch, i.
Desert, Afar in the, ii.
Desert, Meeting of Two Warriors
in the, ii.

128
454

606

Desolation of the Cities whose War-
riors have marched against Rome,

ii.


280

440

637
477

148

461

468-470


Detraction, Against, i.
Detraction Execrated, i.
Devil's Head in the Valley Peril-
ous, i.


Devils in the Head, i.

Diana, Hymn to, i.
Diana, the Priestess of, i.
Diana, the Votaress of, i.
DIBDIN, CHARLES, ii.
DICKENS, CHARLES, ii..
DIEFFENBACH, DR E. ii.
Dinner Given by the Town Mouse
to the Country Mouse, i.
Dirge (What is the existence of
man's life), i.

Dirge (Blessed is the turf, serenely
blessed), ii.

Dirge in Cymbeline, ii.
Dirge of Rachel, ii.
Disappointment-[Pastoral Bal-

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lad], ii.

Discretion in Giving, i.
Discretion in Taking, i
Disdain Returned, i.
Disorder, Delight in, i.

Dispensary the-[Sir S. Garth], i.

Disputation, i.

D'ISRAELI, BENJAMIN, ii. .
D'ISRAELI, ISAAC, ii.

Distinction, Means of Acquiring, ii.
Divine Government, View of the,
Afforded by Experimental Philo-
sophy, i.

Doctrines, Opposition to New, i.
DODDRIDGE, DR PHILIP, i.
Doddridge on the Dangerous Illness
of a Daughter, i.
Doddridge, Happy Devotional Feel-
ings of, i.

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DODSLEY, ROBERT, ii.

671
114, 255
DODWELL, EDWARD, ii.
671
DONNE, JOHN, i.
109
Donne's Satires, a Character from, i. 111
Dorax and Sebastian, Scene between,

i.

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Drama, the-its Rise in England, i.
Dramatic Literature-its Decline,

ii.

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516, 640

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DRAYTON, MICHAEL, i.

Dream, the, i.

Dream-Children-a Reverie, ii.
Dreams and Prophecies, i.
Drelincourt on Death-Recommend-
ed by the Apparition of Mrs Veal
[Daniel Defoe], i.
Dress, Directions Respecting-[John
Tobin], ii.
Dress, Fashions in, i.
Drinking, i.

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Drum, Ode on Hearing the, ii.
DRUMMOND, WILLIAM, i.
Drummond to his Lute, i.

Drury Lane, a Tale of-By W. S.

[Rejected Addresses], ii.
432
Druses, Sketch of, ii.
407
DRYDEN, JOHN, i. 359-362, 379, 492
Dryden to his Honoured Kinsman

John Dryden, Esq. i.

Dryden's Translation of Virgil, i.
Duelling, against, i.

DUGDALE, SIR WILLIAM, i.
Dugdale's Monasticon, Lines Written

in a Blank Leaf of, ii.
DUNBAR, WILLIAM, i.
Duncan, King, Murder of, i.
DUNCAN, REV. DR, ii.

Dungeon, Picture of a, ii.
DUNLOP, JOHN, ii.

Durandarte and Belerma, ii.

D'URFEY AND BROWN, i.

Dwarfs, on the Marriage of the, i.

DYER, JOHN, ii.

Dying Bequest, i.

EARLE, JOHN, i.

Early History of Nations, i.
Early Rising and Prayer, i.
Earth, Insignificance of this, ii.
Earthly Glories, End of all, i.

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Eastern Manners and Language-
[Lady Mary W. Montagu to Mr
Pope], i.

33
284

Eastern Travellers, ii.
Eblis, the Hall of, ii.

138

113 ECHARD, LAWRENCE, i.
Echo and Narcissus, i.
Eclogue Hassan, or the
Driver, ii.

138

152

630

687

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Economy, Domestic, i.
Eden, the Garden of, i.
339
EDGEWORTH, Miss, ii.
568-571
Edinburgh, the High Street of, ii. 495
Edinburgh and Leith, Burning of,
by the English, in 1544, i.
Edinburgh Review, Commence-
ment of the, ii.

305

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Edinburgh, a Sunday in, ii.
Education, a Complete, i.
Education, Gentleness in, i.
Education, the Alliance between
Government and, ii.

Education Confined too much to
Language, i.

Education, on Female-[Lady Mary
W. Montagu to the Countess of
Bute], i.

·

Education, Importance of Moral, i.
Education, Love, Hope, and Pa-
tience in, ii.

345
Education-What it Embraces, i. 265
Edward VI. Death and Character
of, i.

EDWARDS, RICHARD, i.
Edwin and Angelina, ii.

Edwin, Description of, ii.
Edwin and Emma, ii.
Elegy, ii.

Elegy on an Unfortunate Lady, i.
Elegy, written in a Country Church-
yard, ii.

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Envy, against, i.

Envy and Emulation, i..

664

Epic Poem, Receipt to Make an, i.
186 Epicure, the, i.

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Elegy, written in Spring, ii.
Elephant in the Moon, i.

96
349-352
Eliza, Death of, at the Battle of

Minden, ii.


Elizabeth, L. H. Epitaph on, i.
Elizabeth, Queen-her Death and
Character, ii.


Elizabeth's Reign, Sports upon the
Ice in, i.

129

703

680

700

ELLIOTT, EBENEZER, ii.
ELLIOT, MISS JANE, ii.
ELLIOT, SIR GILBERT, ii.
ELLIOTSON, DR, ii.
ELLIS, HENRY, ii.
ELLIS, SIR HENRY, ii.
ELLWOOD, THOMAS, i.
Ellwood's Intercourse with Milton, i. 465
Eloisa to Abelard, from the Epistle
of, i.
ELPHINSTONE, THE HON. MOUNT-
STUART, ii.
644, 680

465

559

64
644
268

255, 703

319

438

ELYOT, SIR THOMAS, i.
EMERSON, JAMES, ii.
Emulation and Envy, i.
Encyclopædias, &c. ii.
Endymion, the Story of, i.
England, the Homes of, ii.
England, What Harm would come
to, if the Commons thereof were
Poor, i.

English, Commencement of the Pre-
sent Form of, i.

English Country Seat, Ancient-
[Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon-
tagu], i.

English Courage, i.

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653

515

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487
164

63

106

42

133

560

English Mansion, Ancient, Descrip-
tion of, ii.

599
English Scenery, Recollections of, ii. 275
English Squire, Banquet of an, ii. 287
English Travellers Visit a Neapolitan
Church, ii.

Englishman, Characteristic of an, i.
Enjoyment of the Present Hour re-
commended, i.

Envious Man and the Miser, i.

56 Evening Primrose, to the, ii.
Evening Scene by Lake Leman,
Excursion, the, ii.
Exequies, the, i.

413

272
114

184

250

457
127

54

4

638
54
265

555
51

Epistle to the Countess of Cumber-
land, Extract from, i..

Epistle to a Friend, i.
Epitaph, an, i.

Epitaph-Jack and Joan, i.
Epitaph on the Living Author, i
Epitaph upon the Year 1806, ii.
Epithalamion, Passage from the, i.
Error, Acknowledgment of, i.
Esquimaux, Description of the, ii.
Esteem, True Path to, i.
Eternal Providence, ii. .
Eternity, Musings on, ii.
ETHEREGE, SIR GEORGE, i.

Eton College, Ode on a distant Pro-
spect of, ii.

EUSTACE, J. C. ii.

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EVELYN, JOHN, i.

Evelyn's Account of his Daughter
Mary, i.
Evening, i.

ii.

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Exercise, Different Kinds of, i.
Exhortatory Letter to an old Lady
that Smoked Tobacco, i.
Exile's Song, the, ii.

Eye and Ear, Pleasures of the, ii.
EYRE, LIEUT. VINCENT, ii.

FABIAN, ROBERT, i.
Fable, i.

Fair Recluse, the, ii.
FAIRFAX, EDWARD, i.

Fairies of the Caldon-Low-a Mid-
summer Legend, ii.

Fairies, Farewell to the, i.
Fairy Queen, the, i.

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FALCONER, WILLIAM, ii.

Falkland, Lord, Character of, i.

Falstaff Arrested by his Hostess,
Dame Quickly, i.


Falstaff, Character of, ii.

Falstaff's Cowardice and Boasting, i. 189
Fame, i.

·

Familiar Faces, the Old, ii.

Family Library, ii.

Fanaticism, Ludicrous Image of, i
Fancy, to, ii.

FANE, H. G. ii.

FANSHAWE, SIR Richard, i.
Farewell to Ayrshire, îi.

Farewell Hymn to the Valley of Ir-
wan, ii.

Farewell, Sweet William's, to Black-
Eyed Susan, i.
Farewell to Tobacco, ii.

FARMER, HUGH, ii.
FARQUHAR, GEORGE, i.

Fashion, Picture of the Life of a
Woman of, i.

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Fatal Curiosity, i.

Father's Grief for the Death of his
Daughter-[Note], i.

FAWKES, FRANCIS, ii.

Feast in the Manner of the Ancients,
ii.

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Feelings, Lost, ii.

456

Felon, Dream of the Condemned, ii. 313
FELLOWS, CHARLES, ii.

FELLTRAM, OWEN, i.

Female Beauty, a Description of, il
Fen, an English, ii.

FERGUSON, DR ADAM, ii.

FERGUSSON, ROBERT, ii.
Ferrex and Porrex, i.
FERRIER, Miss, ii.


Feudal System, Effects of the, ii.
FIELD, NATHANIEL, i.
Field Sports [Cobbett], il.
Field of the World, the, fi.
FIELDING, HENRY, ii.
Filial Vow, the, ii.
Fingal's Airy Hall, ii.
Fireside, the, ii.

8. F.

First Love's Recollections, ii.

375
25

FISCHER, JOHN, i.

531

FITZROY, CAPTAIN, ii.

268 Flatterers and Agreeable Compa-
641

nions, i.

315 Flattery of the Great, i..

708

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