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ANALECTIC MAGAZINE,

CONTAINING

SELECTIONS

FROST

FOREIGN REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES,

TOGETHER WITH

ORIGINAL MISCELLANEOUS COMPOSITIONS.

SPARSAS COLLIGERE FRONDEO

VOLUME V.

PHILADELPHIA:

PUBLISHED AND SOLD CY MOSES THOMAS, ..

No. 52 CHESNUT-STREET ;

Also by Van Winkle & Wiley, New-York ; Moore, Brown, & Lake, and D. Fenton, Trenton, N. J.; E. F. Back us.

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VAN WINKLE & WILEY, PRINTER2.

1815.

INDEX TO THE FIFTH VOLUME.

253

16 RON

321

204

84

SELECT REVIEWş.
Genius of Hogarthi,

150

Prediction, a Singular One, Alison's Sermons

Raphael of Cats,

510 Algernon Sydney, Memoirs of 177 Street conversation,

343 Anster Fair

367 Thompson and Cowper compared, Baldlewe, Hupting of

353 Blair, Dr. Hill's life of

188

POETRY. Carlysle's Poems 483 Ballad,

344 Congreve op Naval Ordnance, 39 Byron, Lines by lord,

168 Corpulence, Remarks on 280 Enigma,

437 Hamilton's, Miss, Essays 122 Hero and Leander,

258 Leadbeater's Cottage Dialogues, 265 Lines on the River Sampit,

80 L'Espinasse, Letters of

39 - late Gen. Pike, Orlando in Ronscesvalles,

110
to , Singing,

344 Paradise of Coquettes,

- on the Novel of Waverley, 513 Paris in 1802 and 1814,

Shee's Commemoration of Reynolds,

514 Russian Voyage Round the World, 441 Two Viziers, a Tale,

438 Waverley,

89

DOMESTIC LITERARY INTELLIGENCE. ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS.

Alden's Collection of Epitaphs, 172 Biographical Sketch of Gen. Brown, 299 Andover edition of Newcomb's Har- Thomas Camp mony,

439 bell. 234 American Magazine,

521 - Col. Lauderdale, 378 Baker, Rachel, Case of Major Murray, 287 Boston Latin Classics,

3477 Susanna Wright, 250 Bristed's Lectures,

173 Botta's Guerra Americana, notice of Buckminster's Sermons,

439 and trapslation from

386 Campbell's Poems, Earle's edition of 349 Essay on Honey Dew,

Eddy on the Treatment of the Insane, 519 Notice of the Character and Genius of Fredeau's Poems,

518 Folton,

Gallery of Portraits at New York, 347 of Wertmuller 490 Gregory's Translation of Lowth,'

171 Review of Devotional Somnium, 497 Historical Society of Massachusetts, - the Life of Eaton,

Collections of

70 - Jewitt's Adventures, 493 Hobart's Sermons,

263 - Lewis and Clarke's Travels, How's Vindication,

263 127, 210 Huntley's, Lydia, Poems,

262 the Universal Receipt Book, Jackson's Campaign, by a Society of Gentlemen, 54 Johnson's Reports and Digest, 349, 380

Lionæan Society of New-England, 349 MISCELLANEOUS SELECTIONS FROM Mitchill's Icthyology,

521 MAGAZINES, &c. Pitkin's Statistics,

349 Porter's Journal,

85 Advertisements,

512 Plans of the Sortie from Fort Erie, and Apotber Zerah Colburn, 257 other actions,

522 Character of Burke, 330 Proposed Histories of the War,

393 - Canning,

343 Sampson's Report of Steam boat cause, Grattan,

342 Spafford on Wheel Carriages, Criticism, Periodical, present state of 410 View of New-York State Prison, Danger of confounding woral and View of the Late Peace,

263 personal deformity,

60 Warden on Consular Law, Garrick and Acting,

65 Wheaton's Digest of Prize Law,

54

522

175
88

86

The vignette, in the engraved title page prefixed to this volume, is from a design
by Mr. Leslie, a young American artist of the highest promise, who is now studying in
England. It is intended to represent the imperishable nature of poetry and literature,
by a statue of Apollo, surrounded by massive ruins, while it alone remains unmutilated
by time. In the fore ground is seated a poet in the costume of the middle ages, con- .
templating it.

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