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FOREIGN REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES,

OF SUCH

ARTICLES

AS ARE MOST VALUABLE, CURIOUS, OR ENTERTAINING.

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VOLUME III.

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No. 52, CHESNUT-STREET ;
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1814.

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PAGE.

PAOL
Abydos, Review of the Bride of, 354 Delaplaine's Repository

522
Accident at Felling Colliery, 70 Description of Pompeii

77
Adams, Biography of Samuel, 231 De Stael, Sur le Suicide, Review of, 37
Alcohol, Freezing of,

261

de L'Allemagne, Review of,284
Allemagne, Review of Madame D. Dewar's Observations on Irish Cha-
Stael's del',

284
racter, Review of,

456
Alston, Mr. Washington,
523 Dewitt on Perspective

523
American Artists in London, 525 Dunlap's Life of Cooke

440
Amerioanisms,

404

E
Ames, Biography of Fisher, 309
Anecdotes of Battle on Lake Erie, 352
Sir Joshua Reynolds, 80

Ellsworth, Biographical Memoir of
Anthology, Review of Bland's

Oliver,

382
Greek,

265 Emporium of Arts and Sciences, No-
Arab Pirates,

4:27
tice of,

S50
Aristophanes, Review of the Co. England, Notice of New Transla-
medies of,

177
tion of Rapin's History of,

88
Aylwin, Biography of Lieut., 54 Essays on the Pleasures of Literary

Composition: Review of,

353
B

Eulogium on the late Dr, Rush, 45

Experiments on the force of Steam, 352
Bakewell's Lectures,

528
Battle on Lake Erie, Anecdotes of

F
the,

252
Ben Jonson's Works,

262 Fayette, Review of Mademoiselle
Bernadotte, Account of,

168
de la,

226
Biblical Literature,

522 Felling Colliery, Accident at, 70
Biographical Sketch of Lieut. Ayl-

Freezing of Alcohol,

261
win,

54
Biography of Fisher Ames, 309

G
---Samuel Adams, 281
Blaud's Greek Anthology, Review

Gunpowder considered as a mover
of,

265
of machinery

528
Bossuet, Review of Butler's Life of, 200
Bride of Abydos, Review of,

334

H
British Poets, Campbell's,

350
Druce's Journal, Notice of,

350 Henry on Galvanic Electricity 332
Burke, Review of the Works of, 1

Herculaneum MS,

523
Byron, Lord,

523

Histoire des Croisades, Review of
Michaud's,

441
C

Historical Society of New York, 439

History of James Mitchell, a Boy
Calaber, Review of Poem of Quin-

born Blind and Deaf,

414
tus,

474 Hogg's Queen's Wake, Review of, 101
Campaign in Russia, Review of Ker Hours of Idleness, Review of Lord
Porter's,

S71
Byron's,

469
Character, Traits of Indian,

145 Hydraulic Machine, Long and Hauto's 522
-- The Sicilian,
430 Hygrometer, a new,

527
Chymistry, Report of the progress
of,

351

I
Clifton, Notice of Life and Writings
of W.

479 Indian Character, Traits of, 145
Colliery, Accident at Felling, 70 Indians, Origin of North American, 523
Colles's Telegraph,

350 Irish Character, Review of Dew.
Comedies of Aristophanes, Review of,177

ar's

456
Compass, Variation of the,

523 Irish Customs and Superstitions 164
Cooke, Dunlap's Life of

440
Copley's Portrait of Wellington, 262

K
Cossacks,

516
Croisade, Keview of Michaud's His-

Kean the Actor
toire des,

441
Customs and Superstitions of the

L
rish,

164 Lake Erie, Anecdotes of the Battle
Cuvier's Comparative Anatomy,

262

on,

219917

PAGE

s
Lake of Sulphuric Acid,
161

PAGE
Lamarek's System of Natural Phi-

Swift's Works, Notice of Scott's
losophy,

261
edition of,

523
Leslie, Mr. Charles,

38
Sicilian Character,

430
Letters, Review of Mrs. E. Mon-

Nobility,

431
tagu's

215

Stoddard's Sketches of Louisiana,
Life of Bossuet, Review of Butler's, 300

keview of,

20
Wellington, Notice of the, 439 Substance, newly discovered Chymi-
Literary Composition, Keview of Es.

cal,

523
say on Pleasures of,

353 Suicide, Review of Mad. De Stael
Louisiana, Review of Stoddard's

sur le

37
Sketches of,

20
Sulphuric Acid, Lake of

161
M

T
Mademoiselle de la Fayette, Re.
view of,
226 Traits of Indian Character

145
Manchester, Report of the Literary Travels of Mirza Abu Taleb, Re.
and Philosophical Society of, 352

view of,

125
Meteoric Stones,
410. 488 Travels, Review of Pike's Explorato-

89
Michaud's Histoire des Croisades,
Review of,
441 Tooke, Opinions of the late J. H., 157

137
Mirza Abu Taleb, Review of the True Patriot, The Idea of a,
Travels of,

125
Mitchell, History of James,

414
Montagu's Letters, Review of
Mrs. E.
215 Variation of the Compass

523
N

W
Walbridge,

63
Natural Philosophy, Lamarck's Sys. Wellington, Picture of,

262
tem of,

261 Western Gleaner, Notice of the, 175
Naval Songs, &c. Review of,
242 West's t'ainting,

262. 523
Notices of Life and Writings of W. Works of Eurke, Review of the, 1
Clifton,

479 World before the Flood, Review of
the,

492
O

POETRY.

ry,

V

157 A-, To,

83

258

Opinions of the late J. H. Tooke,

434
Abydos, Bride of,

257

259
Bard's incantation,
P

Battle of Erie,
Blossoms, To,

319
Patriot, idea of a true,
137 Butterfly's Ball, Sequel to the,

173
Philip of Pokanoket

502
Caprices of Fortune,

172
Pike's Exploratory Travels, Review

Caroline, by Campbell,

84
of,
89 Celibacy, female,

85
Pirates, the Arab,
427 Death of the Butterfly,

438
Pompeii, Description of,

77 Friendship, On,
Porter's Campaign in Russia, Review

Hallow my Fancie,

445
of,
371 Horseshne, the Norman

521
Port Folio,
499 Kitten, The,

434
Lines to a Lady on the Death of her
Q
Sister,

260
Lines to a Pretty Little Maid of my
Mother's,

438
Queen's Wake, Review of Hogg's, 104

Moon and Nightingale,

437
Quinti Smyrnæi Posthomericum
Libri XIV.
474

172
Patriotic Stanzas, by Campbell,
Peasant, The French,

174
Sensibility and the Lamb,

437
R
Spring, l'he return of,

433
Timid Love,

252

349
Reynold's, Anecdotes of Sir Joshua, 80 Violet, The,

175
95 Woman,
Rush, Eulogium on the late Dr.,

FOR JANUARY, 1814.

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CONTENTS.

REVIEWS.

SPIRIT OF MAGAZINES.

Accident at Felling Colliery,

Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Description of Pompeii,
Burke, .

1 Further Anecdotes of Sir Joshua

Stoddard's Sketches of Louisiana, 20 Reynolds,

80

Mad. de Stael Holstein, Sur le Sui-

POETRY.

cide,
37 Battle of Erie,

83

Caroline,

84

Eulogium on the late Dr. Rush, 45 Female Celibacy,

85

LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.

ORIGINAL.

Mr. Charles Leslie-Lives and Writings
Biographical Sketch of the late Lieut. of James I. Charles I. Oliver Crom
Aylwin,

54 well, and Charles II.--New Transla-
Walbridge,

62 tion of the History of England, &c.
&c.

88
With an engraving of the late Dr. Rush.

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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke. Vol. V.

Quarto; Miscellaneous.

[From the British Review.]

“ To deal in works and acts, which are matters rather of pro-
gression and proficience, than of magnificence and memory; to
endow the world with sound and fruitful knowledge; and to be
conversant not only in the transitory parts of good government,
but in those acts also which are in their nature permanent and
perpetual,” were, in the esteem of Lord Bacon, the noblest exer-
cise and employment of man. In adopting this test of merit, and
applying it to Mr. Burke, we find him not inferior to Lord Bacon's
standard of worth and usefulness.

It rarely happens that minds possessing the faculty of philoso-

phic and speculative disquisition are endued also with the qualities

required for public business. The tranquil exercitations of the

closet or academy are soon choked with the dust of the camp,

VOL. III. New Series,
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