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Charity-[Dr Isaac Barrow), i. 432 Colin and Lucy, i.

566CROLY, REY, GEORGE, ii.

448
Charity-Sir T. Browne), i.

302
Coliseum, the, ii.

672 Cromwell, Oliver, Character of, i. 485
Charles I. Character of, i.

479 Coliseum, the Midnight Scene in Cromwell, Oliver, Interview with, i. 459
Charles II. Character of, i.
489 Rome, ii.
392 Cromwell, Vision of Oliver, i.

403
Charles II. Escape of, after the Battle COLLINS, WILLIAM, ii,

30 Cromwell's Expulsion of the Parlia-
of Worcester, i.
480-485 COLMAN, GEORGE, ii.

141 ment in 1653, ii.

641
CHARLETON, WALTER, i.

409 COLMAX, GEORGE, Younger, ii. 524-531 Croppy's House, Description of the
Charm-Song, the, i.

214
Columbus, the Voyage of, ii.
319 Burning of a, ii.

613
Chase, the, i.
581 COMBE, GEORGE, ii.
687 CROWNE, Joux, i.

392
Chase, Picture of the, ii.

Comet of 1812, to the, ii.

498 Crusade, Muster for the First, i. 6
Chastity, to, i.
131 Cornical Revenge, Scene from, i. 393 Crusades, Against the, ii.

39
Chastity, Praise of, i.

334
Commendation before Trial, Injudi- Cuckoo, to the, ii.

97
CHATHAM, EARL OF, ii.
252 cious, i.
266 CidWORTH, Dr RALPH, i.

425
Chatham, Speech of, on being Taunted Common Lot, the, ii.

420 CUMBERLAND, Dr RICHARD, i. 427
on Account of his Youth, ii. 253 Companions, Agreeable, and Flat- CUNBERLAND, RICHARD, ii. 141, 545
Chatham, Speech of, against the terers, i.

606 Cumnor Hall, ii.

71
Employment of Indians in the War Complaint of Nature, ii.

98 CUNNINGHAM, ALLAX, ii.

499
with America, ii.
253 Compliment, the, i.
120 CUNNINGHAM, Joux, ii.

121
Chatham-his last public appear- Comus, Scene from, i.

333 Cupid, to, i..

139
ance, ii,
254 Comus, the Spirit's Epilogue in, i. 334 Cupid and Campaspe, i.

166
Chatham-his character, ii.
254 Concord and Discord, i.

432 Cupid and Psyche, ii.
CHATTERTON, THOMAS, ii.
81 CONGREVE, WILLIAM, i.
693 Curiosity, Fatal, i.

592
CHAUCER, GEOFFREY, i.

12, 34
CONOLLY, LIEUTENANT ARTHUR, ii. 679 CURRIE, DR JAMES, ii.

645
Chaucer, Immediate Predecessors Conscience, Terrors of a Guilty Custance, Departure of, i.

19
of, i.
11 [Fuller), i. .
414 Cymbeline, Dirge in, ii.

34
Chaucer, Inscription for a Statue of, Conscience, Terrors of a Guilty- Czar Peter in England in 1698, i. 490
at Woodstock, ii.
47 [Blacklock), ii.
103 DACRE, LADY, ii.

609
Chaucer, Last Verses of, i.
23 CONSTABLE, HENRY, i.
83 Daffodils, to, i.

141
CHEKE, SIR Jonx, i.
74 Constable's Miscellany, ii.

702 Dance, the, i.
Cherry Ripe, i.
143 | Constancy, i.

136 DANIEL, SAMUEL, i.

97, 263
CHESTERFIELD, EARL OF, ii. 248 Constantinople, the Taking of, by Daniel's Sonnets, Selections from, i. 98
CHETTLE, HENRY, I.
174 the Turks, i.

264 DARWIN, C. ii.
Child that Died, upon a, i.
142 Content, Careless, ii.

134 DARWIN, Dr Erasmus, ii. 270-273
Child, Epitaph upon a, i.
142 Content, Hymn to, ii.

277 DAVENANT, SIR WILLIAM, i. 13, 146
Children, Education of, i.
235 Content, a Pastoral, ii.

122
David and Goliah, i.

102
Children Ready to Believe, i.
288 Content, a Sonnet, i.

109 David II. Return of, from Captivity, i. 28
CHILLINGWORTH, WILLIAM, I. 285 Contentment, a Wish, i.

579 | David, Song to, ii.

109-112
Chinese Expedition, Narratives of Conversation, on, i. 414, 507 ; ii. 244 DAVIES, SIR John, i.

108
the, ii.
682 Conversation, Passage from, ii. 260 DAVIS, Joun, i.

252
Chinese Ladies' Feet, ii.
682 Conversation between Chesterfield DAVIS, JOHN Francis, ii.

681
Chivalry, ii.
190 and Chatham-[From Imaginary Dawson, Phæbe, ii.

312
Chivalry and Modern Manners, ii. 639 Conversations of Literary Men and DAY, JOHN, i.
Chloe, to, i.
139 Slatesmen), ii.
351 Day of Judgment, ii.

447
Choice, Passage from the, i.

377
Convict Ship, the, ii.
478 De LOLME, ii.

241
Christ Crucified afresh by Sinners, i. 276 CONYBEARE, MR, ii.

642 De Montfort, Scene from, ii. 511, 512
Christ, Kingdom of, not of this Cook, ELIZA, ii.

473 De Montfort, Jane, Description of, ii. 513
World, i.
665 COOKE, GEORGE, i.
216 Dead, the, ii.

74
Christiad, the, ii.
303 Coopen,JAMES FENIMORE, Ii. 62. Death-its Desirableness, i.

301
Christian, the Dying, to his Soul, i. 565 COPELAND, DR, ii.

703 | Death-(Supposed Last Verses of the
Christian in the Hands of Giant De- CORBET, RICHARD, i.

116 Poet Nicoll], ii.
spair, i.
471-473 Corbet, Vincent, to, i.

116 Death-the changes it Effects, i. 296
Christian Religion, the Excellency Corina, to go a-Maying, i.

143 Death, Against Repining at, i. 308
of the, i.
429 Coriolanu", Prologue to, ii.

49 Death, the Court of, i.

574
Christian Vices, a Mohammedan's

Coronach, ii.
385 Death, Fear of, i.

187, 381
Lecture on, i.
32 COTTON, CHARLES, i.

353, 419 Death and Funeral of a Pauper, ii. 630
Christianity, Arguments for the

COTTON, NATHANIEL, ii.
122 Death, the Image of, i.

96
Abolition of, treated, i.
627 COTTOX, SIR ROBERT, i.
263 Death, Old Age and, i. .

323
Christianity, Inconveniences from a Country Ballad Singer, the, i. 572 | Death of Marmion, ii.

383
Proposed Abolition of, i.
627 Country Churchyard, Elegy Written Death, Night Piece on, i.

576
Christmas, i.
127 in a, ii.

55 Death, the Pomp of, i.

293
Christmas Eve, Picture of, ii. 328 Country Life, Praise of a, i.

531 Death of Sir II. De Bohun, i.

26
CHRISTMAS, MR, ii.
657 Country, Love of, ii.

382 Death Song, Written for, and Adapted
Chronicle, the, i.
316 Court Masques of the Seventeenth

to, an Original Indian Air, ii. 280
Chroniclers, the Rhyming, i.
6 Century, i.

198 Death, Time of Advantages of our
Church Music, Influence of, i.
238 Courtier, the Old and Young, i. 229 Ignorance of it, i.

440
Church Music, Usefulness of, i. 661 Courtship, Rustic, i.

586 Death of Two Lovers by Lightning
CHURCHILL, CHARLES, ii. 92-94 COVERDALE, Miles, i.

74 - [Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon-
Cid, Romance of the, ii.
368 Cowley, ABRAHAM, I. 312–318, 401-404 tagu), i.

637
City Shower, a Description of a, i. 548 Cowley, Abraham, Lines on, i. 323 Death of the Warrior King, ii.

477
Civil War, Various Events of the, i. 290 Cowley's Love of Retirement, i. 449 Death's Final Conquest, i.

1448
CLARE, Joux, ii.
425 CowPEN, WILLIAM, ii. . 257-269 Deathbed, the Pauper's, ii.

461
CLARENDOX, LORD, i.

475 Cowper, on the Receipt his Mo- Deceit of Ornament or Appearances,
CLARK, SIR JAMES, ii.
703 ther's Picture, ii.
261 i.

187
CLARKE, DR ADAN, ii.

660 Cowper, Inscription on the Tomb Deception, a-{From She Stoops to
CLARKE, DR E. D. ii.
670 of, ii.
269 Conquer), ii.

141
CLARKE, DR SAMUEL, i.
662 Cowper's Grave, ii.

461 Definition of Good Breeding, ii. 248
Claudian's Old Man of Verona, i. 318 Coxe, William, ii.

636 DEFOE, DANIEL, i. .

617
Clergy, the Glory of the, i.
444 CRABBE, GEORGE, ii.
309-315 DEKKER, THOMAS, i.

211, 274
CLEVELAND, JOHN, i.
147 CRASHAW, RICHARD, i.

149 DELABECHE, Sir HENRY, ii. 703
Cliffe, Letter to Lord, i.
258-260 Crashaw, on the Death of, i.

314 DELTA-See Moir, D. M.
Clitumnus, Temple of, ii.

391 CRAVEN, THE Hon. R. K. ii. 672 DENHAM AND CLAPPERTOX, ii. 667, 688
Clothes, against Fine, i.
273 CRAWFORD, ROBERT, ii.
128 DENHAM, Sir JOHN, i.

321
Cloud, the, ii.
398 Creation—[Cædmon), i.

2 DENNIE, COLONEL, ii.

080
Clown, the, i.
279 Creation-iDr R. Cudworth), i. 427 | Depending upon Others, ii.

620
COBBETT, William, ii. 690, 691 Creation-[Sir R. Blackmore), i. 568 DE QUINCEY, THOMAS, ii. 692, 693
Cobham, Lord, Death of, i
73 Creation, Diversified Character of, il. 260 Descriptive Sketch, i.

128
Cock and the Fox, i.
370-373 Creation, Eve's Account of her, i. 339 Desert, Afar in the, ii.

454
COCKBURN, MRs, ii.
127 Creation, the Works of, i.

612 Desert, Meeting of Two Warriors
COFFEY, C. ii.
151 Crescentius, ii.
450 in the, ii.

606
COLERIDGE, HARTLEY, ii.
471 Cressey, Battle of, i.

71 Desolation of the Cities whose War-
COLERIDGE, S. T. ii. 333-345, 514-516 Critics, Hostile, i.

640 riors have marched against Rome,
COLERIDGE, MRS Henry, ii. 473 CROKER, T. CROFTON, IL

613 ii.

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Detraction, Against, i.

280 Eastern Manners and Language Epistle to the Countess of Cumber
Detraction Execrated, i.

136 (Lady Mary W. Montagu to Mr land, Extract from, i. .
Devil's Head in the Valley Peril. Pope), i.

651 Epistle to a Friend, i.
33 Eastern Travellers, ii.
676-682 | Epitaph, an, i.

119
Devils in the Head, i.
284 | Eblis, the Hall of, ii.

542 Epitaph-Jack and Joan, i.
Diana, Hymn to, i.
113 | ECHARD, LAWRENCE, i.

659 Epitaph on the Living Author, i. 318
Diana, the Priestess of, i.
138 Echo and Narcissus, i.

148 | Epitaph upon the Year 1806, ii.
Diana, the Votaress of, i.

138

Eclogue - Hassan, or the Camel Epithalamion, Passage from the, i
DIBDIN, CHARLES, ii.
152 Driver, ii.

31 Error, Acknowledgment of, i.
DICKENS, CHARLES, ii. .
630 Economy, Domestic, i.

234, 414 Esquimaux, Description of the, ii. 675
DIEFFEXBACH, DR E. ii.
687 Eden, the Garden of, i.

339 Esteem, True Path to, i.
Dinner Given by the Town Mouse EDGEWORTH, Miss, ii.

508-571 Eternal Providence, ii.
to the Country Mouse, i.
Edinburgh, the High Street of, ii. 495 Eternity, Musings on, ii.

456
Dirge-What is the existence of Edinburgh and Leith, Burning of, ETHEREGE, Sir GEORGE, i.
man's life), i.
118 by the English, in 1544, i.

305 Eton College, Ode on a distant Pro-
Dirge (Blessed is the turf, serenely Edinburgh Review, Commence-

spect of, ii.
blessed), ii.

424 ment of the, ii.
Dirge in Cymbeline,

696, 702 EUSTACE, J. C. ii.
ii.
34 Edinburgh, a Sunday in, ii.

132 EVELYN, JOHN, i.
Dirge of Rachel, ii.
454 Education, a Complete, i.

318 Evelyn's Account of his Daughter
Disappointment – (Pastoral Bal-

Education, Gentleness in, i.

437 Mary, i.
lad], ii.

39 Education, the Alliance between Evening, i.
Discretion in Giving, i.
43 Government and, ii.

56 Evening Primrose, to the, ii.
Discretion in Taking, i

43 Education Confined too much to Evening Scene by Lake Lernan, ii.
Disdain Returned, i.
121 Language, i.

413 Excursion, the, ii.
Disorder, Delight in, i.

143 Education, on Female-[Lady Mary Exequies, the, i.
Dispensary the--[Sir S. Garth), i. 567 W. Montagu to the Countess of Exercise, Different kinds of, i.
Disputation, i.

516, 640
Bute), i.

653 Exhortatory Letter to an old Lady
D'ISRAE11, BENJAMIN, ii.

611 Education, Importance of Moral, i. 515 that Smoked Tobacco, i.
D'ISRAELI, Isaac, ii.

688

Education, Love, Hope, and Pa- Exile's Song, the, ii.
Distinction, Means of Acquiring, ii. 656 tience in, ii.

345 Eye and Ear, Pleasures of the, ii.
Divine Government, View of the, Education-What it Embraces, i. 265 EYRE, LIEUT. VINCENT, ii.
Afforded by Experimental Philo- Edward VI. Death and Character FABIAN, ROBERT, i.

55
sophy, i.
448 of, i.

487 Fable, i.
Doctrines, Opposition to New, i. 516 EDWARDS, RICHARD, i.

164 Fair Recluse, the, ii.
DODDRIDGE, DR PHILIP, i.
668 Edwin and Angelina, ii.
63 FAIRFAX, EDWARD, i.

103
Doddridge on the Dangerous Illness Edwin, Description of, ii.

106 Fairies of the Caldon-Low-a Mid-
of a Daughter, i.
670 Edwin and Emma, ii.

summer Legend, ii.
Doddridge, Happy Devotional Feel-

Elegy, ii.
133 Fairies, Farewell to the, i.

117
ings of, i.

671 Elegy on an Unfortunate Lady, i. 560 Fairy Queen, the, i.
DodsLEY, ROBERT, ii.
114, 255 Elegy, written in a Country Church- FALCONER, WILLIAM, ii.

8-91
DoDWELL, EDWARD, ii.
671 yard, ii.

55 Falkland, Lord, Character of, i. 473
DONNE, Joux, i.
109 Elegy, written in Spring, ii.

96 Falstaff Arrested by his Hostese,
Donne's Satires, a Character from, i. 111 Elephant in the Moon, i. 349-352 Dame Quickly, i.

199
Dorax and Sebastian, Scene between, Eliza, Death of, at the Battle of Falstaff, Character of, ii.
i.
384-386 Minden, ii.

272 Falstaff's Cowardice and Boasting, i. 18
DORSET, Eailor, i.
377 Elizabeth, L. II. Epitaph on, i. 114 Fame, i.

591
Dorset, Earl of, Epistle to the, 569 Elizabeth, Queen-her Death and Familiar Faces, the old, ii.
Douce, FRANCIS, ii.

689
Character, ii.

184 Family Library, ii.
Douglas, Gavin, i.

Elizabeth's Reign, Sports upon the Fanaticism, Ludicrous Image of, i
Drama, the-its Rise in England, i. 163

Ice in, i.
250 Fancy, to, ii.

101
Dramatic Literature-its Decline, ELLIOTT, EBENEZER, ii.

457 FANE, H. G. ii..
ii.
509 ELLIOT, Miss JANE, ii.

127 FANSHAWE, SIR RICHARD, 1.
DRAYTON, MICRAEL, i.
98 ELLIOT, SIR GILBERT, ii.

129 Farewell to Ayrshire, ii.
Dream, the, i.

139
ELLIOTSON, DR, ii.

703 Farewell Hymn to the Valley of Ir-
Dream-Children-a Reverie, ii. 357 ELLIS, HENRY, ii.

680
Dreams and Prophecies, i.
284 ELLIS, Sir HENRY, ii.

700 Farewell

, Sweet William's, to Black
Drelincourt on Death-Recommend- ElLWOOD, Thomas, i.

465 Eyed Susan, i.

575
ed by the Apparition of Mrs Veal Ellwood's Intercourse with Milton, i. 465 Farewell to Tobacco, ii.

356,
--[Daniel Defoe), i.

618-621 Eloisa to Abelard, from the Epistle FARMER, Hugi, ii.
Dress, Directions Respecting-[John of, i.

559 FARQUHAR, GEORGE, I.
Tobin), ii.

532 ELPHINSTONE, The Hon. Mount. Fashion, Picture of the Life of a
Dress, Fashions in, i.

423
STUART, ii.

644, 680

Woman of, i.
Drinking, i.
315 Elyot, Sir THOMAS, i.

64 Fatal Curiosity, i.
Drum, Ode on Hearing the, ii.
121 EMERSON, JAMES, ii.

644 Father's Grief for the Death of his
DRUMMOND, WILLIAM, i.

158, 308
Emulation and Envy, i.
268 Daughter-[Note), i.

319
Drummond to his Lute, i.
160 Encyclopædias, &c. ii.
255, 703 FAWKES, FRANCIS, ii.

113
Drury Lane, a Tale of-By W. s.

Endymion, the Story of, i.

319 Feast in the Manner of the Ancients,
(Rejected Addresses), ii. . 432 England, the Ilomes of, ii.

438 ii.
Druscs, Sketch of, ii.

407 England, What Harm would come Feelings, Lost, ii.
DRYDEN, JOHN, i. 359-362, 379, 492 to, if the Commons thereof were Felon, Dream of the Condemned, ii. 3.3
Dryden to his Honoured Kinsman

Poor, i.
54 Fellows, CHARLES, ii.

678
John Dryden, Esq. i. 365, 366 English, Commencement of the Pre-

FELLTRAM, Owex, i.
Dryden's Translation of Virgil, i. 497 sent Form of, i.

4 Female Beauty, a Description of, ii.
Duelling, against, i.

286 English Country Seat, Ancient- Fen, an English, ii.
Dugdale, Sir William, i. 527 [Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon- FERGUSON, DR ADAM, ii.
Dugdale's Monasticon, Lines Written

tagu), i.

638 FERGUSSON, ROBERT, ii. 199-122
in a Blank Leaf of, ii.
100 English Courage, i.

54 Ferrex and Porrex, i.

164
DUNBAR, WILLIAM, i.
40 English Liberty, ii.

265 FERRIER, Miss, ii.
Duncan, King, Murder of, i.

181 English Mansion, Ancient, Descrip- Feudal System, Effects of the, ii.
DUNCAN, REV. Dr, ii.
700 tion of, ii.

599 FIELD, NATHANIEL, I.
Dungeon, Picture of a, ii.

344 English Scenery, Recollections of, ii. 275 Field Sports Cobbett), il.
DUNLOP, JOHN, ii.
642 English Squire, Banquet of an, ii. 287 Field of the World, the, il

..

419
Durandarte and Belerma,

ii.
376 English Travellers Visit a Neapolitan FIELDING, HENRY, ii.

161
D'URFEY AND Brown, i.

527
Church, ii.

Filial Vow, the, ii.
Dwarfs, on the Marriage of the, i. 326 Englishman, Characteristic of an, i. 51 | Fingal's Airy Hall, ii.

78
DYER, Jonx, ii.
22 Enjoyment of the Present Hour re- Fireside, the, ii.

192
Dying Bequest, i.
220 commended, i.

375 First Love's Recollections, ii.
EARLE, JOHN, i.

278 Envious Man and the Miser, i. 25 FISCHER, JOHN, i.
Early History of Nations, i.
263 Envy, against, i.

031 FITZROY, CAPTAIX, ii.
Early Rising and Prayer, i.
318 Envy and Emulation, i..

268 Flatterers and Agreeable Compe-
Earth, Insignificance of this, ii. 664 Epic Poem, Receipt to Make an, i. 641

nions, i.
Earthly Glories, End of all, i. 186 Epicure, the, i.

315 Flattery of the Great, i. .

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FLAVRL, Johx, i.
458 GIBBON, EDWARD, ii.

192, 614 GURWOOD, LIEUT.-Coloxel, ii. 643
FLETCHER, ANDREW, op SALTOUN, Gibbon, his Mode of Life at Lau.' GUTHRIE, WILLIAM, ii.
i.

625
Banne, ii.

200 GUTZLAFF, Rev. C. ii.
FLETCHER, DR, ii.

643, 681
703 GIFFARD, EDWARD, ii.
671 Harington, William, i.

133
FLETCHER, John, i.
203 GIFFORD, WILLIAM, ii.
292 Habit and Practice, i.

512
FLETCHER, PHINEAS AND GIles, i. 122 Gilfillan, ROBERT, ii.

506 | Hafiz, Persian Song of, ii.

117
Flodden, Battle of, ii.
382 GILLIES, DR JOHN, ii.
636 Haidee, Description of, ii.

393
Flora's Horologe, ii.
274 Gilpin, Rev. WILLIAM, ii. 689 HAILES, LORD, ii.

192
Flower o' Dumblane, ii.
491 Gilpin, John, the Diverting History HAKLUYT, RICHARD, i.

251
Flowers of the Forest -(Miss J. of, ii.

267 HALE, SIR MATTHEW, i.

507
Elliot], ii.
127 Ginevra, ii.

320 Hale, Sir Matthew, Character of, 1. 456
Flowers of the Forest-[Mrs Cock- Gipsies-an English Pen, ii.' 314 II ALES, Jorn, i.

287
burn), ii.
127 | Girdle, to a, i.
326 Halford, Sir HENRY, ii.

703
Fool, a Rich, i.
153 Gladiator, the, ii.
391 HALIBURTON, ii.

629
FOOTE, SAMUEL, ii.
150 GLADSTONE, MR, ii.

657 Hall of Eblis, the, ii.

542-545
FORBES, SIR WILLIAM, ii.
645 GLAPTHORNE, HENRY, ..
216 HALL, CAPt. Basil, i.

683
FORD, JOHN, i.
219 GLEIG, Rev. G. R. ii.

628 | HALL, EDWARD, i.
Forest Scenery, ii.
400 Glenburnie, Picture of, &c. ii. 575-578 HALL, JOSEPH, i.

112, 275
Forgiveness, ii.
140 Globe, the Final Conflagration of, i. 451 HALL, MRS S. C. ii.

619
FORSYTA, JOSEPH, ii.
671 | Gloomy Winter's now Awa, ii. 492 HALL, REV. ROBERT, ii.

657
FORTESCUE, SIR Johx, i.

54 Glory, On a Sermon against, ii. 47 Hall's Satires, Selections from, i. 112
Forth, the River of, Feasting, i. 159
Gloucester, Protector, Scene in the ILALLAM, HENRY, ii.

642
Fortitude, ii.
140 Council-Room of the, i.

58 Hallo my Fancy, &c. i.

393-395
Fortune, of, i.
104 GLOVER, RICHARD, ii.
112 Hame, Hame, Hame, ii.

500
FOSBROOKE, Rey. T. D. ii.
688 God, the First Cause, i.
267 HAMILTON, MRs, ii.

575
FOSTER, DR JAMES, ii.
217 God, Delight in, Only, i.
130 HAMILTON, WILLIAM, ii.

24
FOSTER, REV. John, ii.
658 God, Devout Conteniplation of the HAMILTON, Thomas, ii.

601
Fox, CHARLES JAMES, ii.
638 Works of, i.
453 Hamlet, Ghost Scene in, i.

184
Fox, GEORGE, ..
458 God, to Find, i.
143 llamlet, the--an Ode, ii.

101
Fox, John, i.
67 God, the Goodness of, 1.

432 Hamlet, the Character of, ii. 693, 694
Fox, Sir Stephen-A Fortunate Cour. God, Honour to, i.

432 Hampden, Character of, i.

477
tier not Envied), i.
421 God, though Incomprehensible, not Happiness, ii.

414
Fox's Ill-treatment at Ulverstone, i. 459 Inconceivable, i.

426 Happiness Depends not on Goods,
Fragment-(Gane were but the Win- God, Light the Shadow of, i.

301 but on Virtue, i.

561
ter-Cauld), ii.
God, Nature of the Evidence of the Happiness of Married Life,

i

214
France contrasted with Holland, ii. 61 Existence of, i.

453 Happiness of Others, Desire of the, ii, 648
France in 1718–[Lady Mary W. Mon- God, Omnipresence of–[The Works

Happiness, Real and Apparent, i. 295
tagu to Lady Rich), i.
653 of Creation], i.

613 | Happy Life, the Character of a, i. 106
France, Journey to, i.
116 God and Mammon, i.

458 Happy Life, the Means to Attain, i. 47
Francis I. and the Emperor Charles God's Exhortation to Activity, i. 625 Happy Valley, the, ií.
V. Characters of, ii.
191 GODWIN, W. ii. 514, 560-562, 642, 701 Hardwick, in Derbyshire, ii.

557
Frankenstein-his Creation of the Gold, i.

315 Hare and Many Friends, i. .

574
Monster, &c. ii.
581-593 Golden Age Restored, i.

201 | Harley sets out on his Journey, &c.-
Franklin, a, i.
278 Golden City, the, i.

473-475 [From The Man of Feeling), ii. 178, 179
FRANKLIN, DR BENJAMIN, ii. 243 Golden Fishes, to certain, ii. 472 HARRINGTON, JAMES, i.

404
FRANKLIN, CAPTAIN JOHN, ii. 676 GOLDSMITH, O. ii. 58–64, 141, 177, 223 HARRINGTON, JOHN, i.

82
FRASER, JAMES BAILLIE, ii. 606, 679 Good Breeding, Definition of, ii. 248 HARRINGTON, SIR John, i.

104
Freebooter Life in the Forest-[J. Good Life, Long Life, i.

114 HARRIS, JAMES, ii.

243
L. Peacock), ii.
627 GORE, MRs, ii.
623 HARRIS, MAJOR W. C. it.

688
Freedom, Apostrophe to, i.
26 GORTON, Jorn, ii.
647 | HARRIS, WILLIAM, ii.

243
Freedom, Progress of, ii.
184 Governing a Nation, Difficulty of, ii. 656 HARRISON, WILLIAM, i.

250
Freedom, Savage, i.
381 Government, i.
241 HARRY, BLIND, i.

29
French, the, i.

281 Government and Liberty, i. 406 Harvey, William, on the Death of, i. 317
French Army in Russia, ii.
448 GOWER, JOwn, i.

23 Hassan, or the Camel Driver, ii. 31
French Love of Dancing, i.
281 GRAFTox, R:CHARD, i.
249 HAWKESWORTH, JOHN, ii.

155
French Peasant's Supper, ii.
175 GRAHAME, JAMES, ii.

303 HAYLEY, WILLIAM, ii. 269, 645
FRERE, John HOOKHAM, ii.
366 Grahame to his Son, ii,

308 Hayley's Lines on the Death of his
Friar of Orders Gray, ii.
76 Grahame's Sabbath, Passages from, Mother, ii.

269
Friend of Humanity and the Knife-

305-27 HAYNES, JAMES, ii.
Grinder, ii.
295 GRAINGER, DR JAMES, ii.
119 HAYWARD, SIR Joux, i.

264
Friendship, i.
241-243 Grand Question Debated, i.

552 HAZLITT, WILLIAM, ii.

693
Friendship, ii.
413, 414 GRANT, MRs, ii.

278 HEAD, SIR FRANCIS, ii.

683
FULLER, THOMAS, i.

411 Grasp of the Dead, the, ii. 450 Health, Duty of Preserving, i. 516
Funeral Ceremony at Rome, ii. 672 Grasshopper, the, i.

315 Heart, to his-[Scot], i.

155
Futurity, Apostrophe to, ii. 459 Grasshopper and the Cricket, to the, Heaven and Hell, i.

314
Gaffer Gray, ii.
546 ii.
424 Heaven, Thoughts of, ii.

505
GALL, DR, ii.
650 GRATTAN, T. C. il.
609 Heaven, What is in, i.

11
GALL, RICHARD, ii.
492 Grave, the, ii.

3, 418
Heavens, the Starry, ii.

455
Gallowa', the Hills o', ii.
506 Grave of Anna, the, ii.

294 HEBER, DR REGINALD, ii. 407-410
GALT, John, ii.

589-591 Graves of a Household, the, ii. 439 Heber's Journal, Verses from, ii. 409
Gamester, the-his Last Stake, ii. 136-138 Gray, Auld Robin, ii.

127 | Hebrew Bard, the, ii.

6
Garden, Thoughts in a,
344 GRAY, THomas, ii.

49 Hebrew Maid, Hymn of the, ii. 385
Garland, the, i.
536 Great Fire in London, i.

420 Heir at Law, Scene from the, il. 525-527
GARRICK, DAVID, ii.
148 Grecian Mythology - the Various Helen of Kirkconnel, ii.

493
Garrick, Death of, ii.
579 Lights in which it was regarded, ii. 215 Helmsinan, the, ii.

378
Garrick, Prologue Spoken by, at the Greece, Ancient, ii.

390 | HEMANS, MRS, ii.

437, 438
Opening of the Theatre in Drury Greece, Picture of Modern, ii. 389 Henderson, on Captain Matthew, ii. 485
Lane, in 1747, ii.
30 Greece, Satan's Survey of, i.
342 HENRY, DR ROBERT, ii.

192
GARTH, SIR SAMUEL, I.

567 GREEN, MATTHEW, i

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578 Henry III. Extract from a Charter
GAUDEN, Joux, i.
289 GREENE, ROBERT, i.
168 of, i.

6
GAY, John, i.

570
Greenland, ii.
416 Henry VII.'s time, a Yeoman of, i.

65
Gay Young Men upon Town, i.

594
Greenland Missionaries, the, ii.

259
HENRY, MATTHEW, i.

458
GELL, SIR WILLIAM, ii.
671 Greenwich Hill, ii.

Henry, Prince; Epitaph on, i.

160
Genius, Dawnings of, ii.
428 Greenwich Pensioners, the, ii. 346 HENRYSON, ROBERT, i.

38
Genius, English, i.
327 Gregory, Lord, Ballad of, ii.
300 HERBERT, GEORGE, I.

136
Genius' not a Source of Unhappiness Grief, against Excessive, i.

502 HERBERT, Lord, i.

269
to its Possessor, ii.
698 Grief controlled by Wisdom, i. 431 HERBERT, SIR THOMAS, i.

261
Genius, Pictures of Native, ii. 458 Grief, Moderation in, i.

279 | HERBERT,

WILLIAM,
ii.

456
GEOPPREY OF MONMOUTH, i.

5 GRIFFIN, GERALD, ii

.. : 614, 615 Heresy, i.
Geraldine, Description and Praise Grongar Hill, ii.

22, 23 Heresy and Orthodoxy, i.

515
of his Love, i.
47 Gulliver in Brobdingnag, i.

629 Hermit, the-(Far in a wild, un-
Ghosts, i.
302 Gunpowder, Invention and Use of, ii. 200 known to public view), i. 576-578

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of, i.

G8 Jesus, Hymn to the Name of, i. 133
ii.
103 HURD, DR R. ii.

216 Jew of Malta, Passages from the, i. 173
HERRICK, ROBERT, i.

139 Hussey, to Mistress Margaret, i. 45 Jews, Hymn of the Captive, ii.
Herrick's Thanksgiving for his Ilynın to Adversity, ii.

53 Joan of Arc, ii.
House, i.

142 Hymn before Sunrise in the Vale of JOCELYX, LORD, ii.
HERSCHEL, Sir John,

ii.
703 Chamouni, ii.

343 Johnson, DR SAMUEL, ii. 26-3), 173,
HERVEY, T. K. ii.

473 Hymn of the Captive Jews, ii. 446 Johnson and Hannah More, ii. 578, 373
Hester, to, ii.

356 Hlynuin for Family Worship, ii. 303 Johnson's Dictionary, Extract from
HEYLIN, PETER, i.

281 Hlynın-Fifteenth Sunday after Tri- the Preface, ii.
HEVIPOOD, JOHx, i.
103

409 Johnson's Letter to Lord Chester-
HeYWOOD, THOMAS, i.
921 Hlynin of the liebrew Maid, ii.
385 field, ii.

27
High Life Below Stairs, Scene from, Ilymn, Missionary, ii.

403
JOHNSTON,
Dr Artite, i.

161
ii.
148 Hymn to the Name of Jesus, i. 152 JOHNSTONE, CHARLES, ii.

175
High Life, Scandal and Literature Hymn to Pan, ii.

405

JOHNSTONE, MRS, ii.
in, i.
595 | Hypocrite, the, i.

277 Joxes, Rev. RICHARD, ii.
Ilighlind Girl, to a, ii.
331 Hypocritical Sanctimony, i.
444 JONES, SIR WILLIAM, ii.

115
Highland Poor, the, ii.
281 I do Confess thou'rt Smooth and Jonson, Bex, i.

112-115, 191-153
Righway Robbery, a Game of, ii. 536-538 Fair, i.

161 Jonson, Ben, Character of, i.
Highways in England, Fabulous Ac. Ice, Sports upon, in Elizabeth's

Jonson, Ben, Letter to, i.

119
aunt of the First, i.
8 Reign, i.

250

JORTIX, Dr Johx, ii.
Hills o' Gallowa', the, ii.

506 Ideas, Fading

of, from the Mind, i. 515 Judgment, the Day of – (Jeremy
Hind and Panther, the, i.
364 Ignorance in Power, i.

Taylor), i.
Hindoo Widow, Sacrifice of a, ii. 679, 680) Il ,
Historian, Qualifications of, i.

Judgment, the Day of-[Version or
79

Iii-Natured and Good-Natured Men,
History--llow to Read it, i.
515 i.

443 Judgment, the Day of-{H. H. Mil-
Ilistory and Biography, i.
493 Imagination, Fears of, il.

513 man), ii.
Ilistory, on the Credit due to, i. 456 Immoderate Self-Love, i.

438 Judgment, Hasty, i.
History of John Bull, i.

642-645 Inimortality, Longing after, i. 439 Julia, i.
HOADLY, DR BENJAMIN, i. 665 Immortality of the Soul, Opinion of Julia's Recovery, i.
HOBBES, THOMAS, I.

266, 267 the Ancient Philosophers on the, ii. 195 JUNICS, ii.
HOBHOUSE, J. C. ii. ,
671 | Improvisatrice, from the, ii.

450

Junius's Celebrated Letter to the
llogg, JAMES, ii.
496-499 INCHBALD, Mrs E. ii.

531, 5.53 King, ii.
Hohenlinden, ii.
373 Independence, Ode to, ii.

66 KAMES, Lord-çilenry Home), i.
Holcrort, Thomas, ii. . 531, 546 Indian Gold Coin, Ode to an, ii. 289 KRATS, JOHN, ii.
Holiness and Sin, i.

436 Indian's Account of a London Gam-
Holinsked, RAPHAEL, i.

KELLY, Hugh, ii.
230 ing.house, i.

529 Kemble, John, Portraiture of, ii.
HOLLAND, DR, ii.
671 Industry, i.

433, 658 KENDAL, TIMOTHY, i.
HOLLAND, LORD, ii.
645 INGLIS, II. D. ii.

683 KENNEDY, R. H. ii.
Holland, a Whimsical Satire on, i. 345 | INGOLDSBY, TROmas, ii.

625 KENNEDY, WILLIAM, ü.
Holland and its Inhabitants, i. 282 INGRAM, MR, ii. .

642 KENNETT and POTTER, I.
Holy Scriptures, Some Considera. Ingratitude, i.

425 KEPPEL, llox. GEORGE, ii.
tions Touching the Style of the, i. 519 Ingratitude an Incurablo Vice, i. 445 Khubla Khan, Passage from, ii.
Home, ii.

420 Inn, Arrival at the Supposed, ii. 142 Killigrew, Mrs Anne, Ode to the Me-
Homo among the Mountains, ii. 434 Inn, Humorous Seene at an, i. 599 mory of, i.
HOME, JOHx, ii. .
138, 139 Inn, Lines in Praise of an, ii.

40 Killing a Boar, i.
HOME, HENRY-(Lord Kames], ii. 208 Inoculation for the Small-box-[Lady Kilmeny, from the Queen's Wake, ii. 497
Homes of England, the, ii.

438 Mary W. Montagu to Mrs 8. C.], i. 652 King-What he is Made for, i.
Homicide, against, ii. .
140 Inquiry, Free, i.

284 KING, CAPTAIX, ii.
HONE, WILLIAM, ii.
700 Intellectual Beauty--(Pleasures of

KING, DR HENRY, i.

117
Honour, against Titles of, i.
462 the Imagination), ii.

45 KING, EDWARD, ii.

943
Honour, Apostrophe to, i.
44 Invermay, the Birks of, ii.

King of Tars, i.

9, 10
Hoon, THOMAS, ii.
464, 465 Ion, Passages from, ii.

522–524 Kingdom of Christ not of this World,
Hlood's Parental Ode to his Son, ii. 463 Iona, Rettections on Landing at, ii.

i.
Hook, DR JAJES, ii.
601 Irish Serpents, the Last of the, ii. 614 Kings, the Strength of, i.

247
Uook, THEODORE E. ii.

607 Irish Village and School-house, Pic- Kiss, the-a Dialogue, i.
HOOKER, Joux, i.
250 ture of an, ii.

616-618 Kiss, Stolen-Sonnet upon a, i.
HOOKER, RICHARD, i.
235 IRVING, DAVID, ii.
647 Kitten, the, ii.

451
Hop-Garden, Directions for Cultivat-

IRVING, WASHINGTON, ii.

594 Knife-Grinder and Friend of Huma-
ing a, i.

48 Irwan, Farewell Hymn to the Valley nity, ii.
HOPE, THOMAS, ii.

5.92
of, ii.

74 KOLLES, Richard, i.
Hope--[Pastoral Ballad), ii. 39 Israelites, Scene of the Encampment Knowledge, Limitation of Human, i. 279
Horace, Ode from, i.

584 of the, after Crossing the Red Sea, Knowledge, Love of, i.
HORNE, DR G. ii.
216

678 Knowledge, Uses of, i.
HORSLEY, DR SAMUEL, ii.

654 Italian, the--Opening of the Story, ii. 555 KNOWLES, IL ERBERT, i.
Hosier's Ghost, ii.
114 Italian Evening on the Banks of the KNOWLES, J. S. ii.

513
Hospitality, Vulgar, i.

634
Brenta, ii.
392 Kxox, Jonx, i.

313, 214
Hours, the, ii.

378
Italian Landscape, an, ii.
558 Knox, William, ii.

453
How no Age is Content with his own Italian Song, an, ii.

320 Kuzzilbash's Return to his Native Vil-
Estate, &c. i.

47 Italians and Swiss contrasted, ii. 60 lage, ii,
HowARD, EARL OF SURREY, I.
46 Italy, Letter from, i.
543 KYD, THOMAS, i.

167
Howard the Philanthropist, Charac- Jack Cade's Insurrection, i.

56 Labour overcomes apparent Impos.
ter of, ii.
234 JAMES, G. P. R. ii.
628 sibilities, i.

445
Howard, Lines on, ii.
273 JAMES I. of England, i.

271 Laconics, or New Maxims of State
HOWELL, JAMES, i.
255 JAMES I. of Scotland, i.

Conversation, i.
Howell, to Capt. Thomas B. i. 257, 258 James I. a Prisoner in Windsor, i. 37 Ladies, Good, the Garment of, i.
Howitt, MARY, ii. .
462 James V. Character of, i.

303 Lady, to a, Admiring Herself in :
Howitt, William, ii.
698 JAMES VI. i.

157 Looking-glass, i.
Hudibras, Accomplishments of, i. 37 James VI. and a Refractory Preacher, Lady, Poet's

Praise of his, i.

51
Hudibras, Personal Appearance of, i. 348

307 Lady Veiled, to a, i.
Hudibras, Religion of, i.

348 Jane shore, Penitence and Death or, Lady's Chamber in the Thirteenth
HUGHES, Johx, i.
615 i.

590 Century,
Human Character, Fruits of Expe- Jeanic Morrison, ii.

503 LAING, MALCOLM, ii.
rience of, i.
454 JEFFREY, LORD, ii.

695 LAING, SAMUEL, ii.
Human Greatness, Decay of, i. 123 Jenny Dang the Weaver, ii. 494 L'Allegro, i.
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249 LAMB, LADY CAROLIXE, ii.
HUME, DAVID, ii.
182–185, 202 Jepuson, ROBERT, ii.

510 Lampoon, i.
Humility,
283 JERROLD, DOUGLAS, ii.

625 Lanark, Scene at-[From Ilumphry
Humorous Scene at an Inn, i. 599 Jerusalem before the Siege, ii. 446

Clinker), ii.

167
Hunt, Leigh, ii.

422-425, 524 Jernsalem, Conquest of, by the Cru- LANDER, RICHARD, ii.
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25+ Lyndsays, the-Their Removal from
LANDOR, WALTER SAVAGE, ii. . 350 Liturgy at Edinburgh, Reception of Braehead, ii.

600
Landscape Painters, Advice to, ii. 298 the, in 1637, i.

477 | LYON, CAPTAIN, ij.

676
LANGHORNE, DR Johv, ii.
72 | LLOYD, ROBERT, ii.
91 | LYTTELTON, LORD, ii.

47
LANGLAND, ROBERT, i.
11 LOCH, CAPT. G. G. ii.

Mab, Queen, Opening of, ii.

398
Langsyne, ii.
475 Lochaber no More, i.

585 MACAULAY, Thomas B. ii. 468–471, 693
Lanz-vne, in the Days o', ii. 504; Lochinvar, Young, ii.

384 Macbeth, Part of the Story of, i. 71
Landamia, ii.
331 LOCKE, Joux, i. .
508-316 MACCI'LLOCH, DR J. ii.

703
LANDSER, NATHANIEL, ii.
217 LOCKHART, J. G. ii. 597-600, 647 Mac-Flecknoe, i.

363
La Roche, Story of, ii.

154) Loddon, on Revisiting the River, ii. 100 | MACKAY, CHARLES, ii.
Last Man, from the, ii.
374 LODGE, THOMAS, i, .

170 MACKENZIE, II ENRY, il. 156, 177-180
LA UER, HUGH, i.
64 Lodgings for Single Gentlemen, ii. MACKENZIE, SIR GEORGE, i.

530
1. A' DER, SIR T. D. ii.
601 Logan Braes, ii.

493 MACKINTOSH, SIR JAMES, ii. 638, 6:9
Laughter, i.
268 LOGAN, JOHN, ii.

97-99 Mackintosh in Defence of Mr Pel-
Lavinia, Episode of, ii.

16 London Earthquakes and London tier, for a Libel on Napoleon Bona-
LAI, REV. W. ii.

210
Gossip, ii. .

251
parte, ii.

640
LAWRENCE, MR, ii.
703 London Gaming-house, an Indian's

MACKLIN, MR, ii.

148
Lawsuit, a Carman's Account of a, i. 50 Account of a, i.

529 MACNEILL, HECTOR, ii.

488-49)
Lawyer's Farewell to his Muse, ii. 74 London, the Great Fire in, i. 420) MACPHERSON, Dr D. ii.

082
L 1 YAMOX, i.

5 London, the Great Plague in, i. 621 MACPHERSON, JAMES, ii. 77-81, 192
Lays of Ancient Rome, from the, London, the November Fog of, ii. 479 M'CRIE, DR Thomas, ii.

645
ii.
468-470 London at Sunrise, ii.

609 M'CULLOCH, J. R. ii.

701
Le levre, the story of, ii. : 171 London, Walking the Streets of, i. 573 M DIARMID, Mr, ii.

700
Learning, Absurdity of Useless, i. 648 LONDONDERRY, MARQUIS OF, ii. 684

MADDEN, DR R. R. ii.

677
Learning and Wisdom, i.

284
Long-Ago, the, ii.

473 Madeline at her Devotione, ii. 405
LEE, NATHANIEL, i.
320) Loss, the, i.

320 Madrigal --( Amaryllis I did wool, Le 197
LEE, SOPHIA AND HARRIET, ii. 547 Lost Feelings, ii.

456 Madrigal, Rosalind's, i. .

171
Legend of St Francis, i.
55 Lot, the Common, ii.
420) Magnificat, the, i.

36
Leighton, Bishop, Death and Cha- Lot of Thousands, the, ii.

280 Mahoret, Appearance and Charac-
racter of, i.
488 Lothario, Calista's Passion for, i. 501 ter of, ii.

197
LELAND, DR, ii.
192 LOUDON, JOHN CLAUDIUS, ii.

699 Mahox, Lord, ii.
LELAND, JOnn, i.
Louis XIV. Letter from Scarron in Maid's Lament, the, ii.

351
LELAND, JOnn, ii.
217 the Next World to, i..
528 MAITLAND, SIR RICHARD, i.

155
Leonidas, Address of, ii.
113 Love-Turn I my looks unto the MALCOLM, JOHN, ii.

.473
LESLEY, JOHN, i.
304 skies), i.

171 MALCOLM, Sir John. ii. 646, 677, 679
LESLIE, CHARLES, i.

657 Love--[From the Ncio Inn), i. 195 Malfy, Duchess of, Scenes from the, i. 212
L'ESTRANGE, Sir Roger, i. 423 Love-i Anger in hasty words or MALLET, DAVID, ii.

40
Levellers, Remonstrance with, i. 75 blows), i.

326 MALTKY, DR EDWARD, ii.

655
Leven Water, Ode to, ii.
67 Love-(Why should we kill the best

MALTHU'S, REV. T. R. ii.

701
LEVER, C. ii.
628 of passions, Love?) ii.

140

Mammon, cannot Serve God and, i. 458
Levett, Dr Robert, on the Death of, Love- All thoughts, all passions, all Man, all Things not Made for, i. 526
1782, ii.
30 delightsi, ii.
344 Man, the Dignity of, i. .

109
LEWIS, M. G. ii. 374-378, 511, 558 Love-liail love, first love, &c.), Man of Ross, the, i.

564
LEYDEN, Joun,
288-292 ii.

413

Man whose Thoughts are not of this
Libels, i.
284 Love-Its Glorifying Influence, ii. 584 World, ii.

10
Liberty, i.
516 Love Anticipated after Death, i. 381 MANDEVILLE, BERNARD, i.

624
Liberty, English, ii.
265 Love and Beauty, i.

MANDEVILLE, Sir Joux, i.

32
Liberty and Government, i.
Love of Country, ii.

Maniac, Description of a, ii

455
Liberty, Ode to, ii.
33 Love, Early, i.

98

Mankind-Men are but children of
Liberty of the Press, i.
399 Love of Fame, ii.

11 a larger growth), i.

381
Libraries, i.

241 Love and liappiness, Effects of, on Manners in New York in the Dutch
Library, upon the Sight of a Grcat, i. 276 the Mind, ii.

695 Times, ii
..

593, 596
Life, the Country, i.
141, 359 Love, llope, and Patience in Educa-

MANNING, ROBERT, i.

7
Life, the Courtier's, i.
48 tion, ii.

345 Mansell, Letter to Dr Francis, i. 255
Life, Death, and Immortality, on, ii. 8 Love Inconcealable, i.

1.39 MANTELL, DR, ii.

703
Life and Death Weighed, i.
187 Love for Love, Scenes from, i. 596 Marcelia, ii.

441
Life, Decay of, i.
130 Love, Pastoral, i.
208 MARCET, JRS, ii.

701
Life, Human, ii.
8 Love, Persuasions to, i.

121 Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, ii. 231
Life and Immortality, ii.
107 Love, Picture of Domestic, ii. 371 Mariner. Rime of the Ancient, ii.

337
Life, on the Increased Love of, with

Love, the Power of, i.
209 Mariner's llymn, ii.

461
Age, ii.
225 | Love, Rondel of, i.
154 Mariner's Wife, the, ii.

72
Lise, Married, Happiness of, i. 214 Love Scene by Night in a Garden, Mariners of England, ye, ii.

373
Life, the Middle Station of, ii. 205 i.

182, 163 Mark Antony over" Cæsar's Dead
Life, Miseries of Man's, i.
295 Love, Unequal, i.
218 Body, i.

185
Life not too short, i.

Love, Unhappy, i.

324, 327 Mark Antony and Ventidius, his
Life in Rome, Inconveniences of, Love in Women, i.

392 General, Scene Between, i. 392-384
i.
373, 374 Love's Servile Lot, i.

96

Markham, Isabella, Sonnet on, i.
Life, Shortness of, and Uncertainty LOVELACE, RICHARD, i.'

144 MARLOW, CHRISTOPHER, i.

84, 171
of Riches, i.
316 LOVER, SAVEL, ii.

628 Marlow's Faustus, Scenes from, i. 172
Life, the shortness of, i.
129 | Lover, the Careless, i.

136 Marlow's Edward IL. Scene from, i. 174
Life - Unreasonableness of Com-

Lover, tho-Re-cured, Exulteth in his Marmion, Death of, ii.
plaints of its Shortness, i.

648
Freedom, i.
48 Marriage-Its Importance, i.

293
Life, Vicissitudes of, i.

189 Lover's Lúte cannot be Blamed, Marriage not Free from all Incon-
Life_ What is it? ii.
427 &c. i.

47 veniences, i.
Life's Progress, i.
536 Lovers, the Parting of, ii.

474 Marriage, Dialogue on,

i.

386
Lillo, William, i.
5.91 LOWE, JOHN, ii.
126 Marriage a Lottery, i.

519
Lily, the, ii.
283 LOWTH, DR ROBERT, ii.

216 Marriage, in Prospect of - [Lady
LINDSAY, LORD, ii.
678 LowTIi, Dr William, i.

Mary to E. W. Montagu, Esq.] i. 651
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Loyalty Contined, i.

231 Married, Advice to the, ii.

73
Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the Lucasta, to, on Going to the Wars, i. 14.5 MARRYAT, CAPTAIN F. ii

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38 Mary Queen of Scots, Character of, ii. 187
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LINGARD, Dr Joux, ii.
640 LYELL, CHARLES, ii.

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640 Mason, William, ii.

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