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23. At Belfast, Mr Peter Cumming, merchant,
At Naples, in the beginning of January, the Glasgow, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr James
lady of John Cumming, Esq. of a son.

Craig, merchant, Glasgow.
Jan. 11. At Springfield Cottage, Alverstoke, 24. Captain John Ross, of the honourable East
Hants, the lady of Captain Charles Menzies, R. M. India Company's service, to Miss Rose, eldest
Artillery, of a son.

daughter of the Rev. Alexander Rose, one of the
31. At Crook, near Stirling, Mrs Micking of ministers of Inverness.
Miltonis, of a son.

30. In Hill Street, William Moncrieff Taylor,
Feb. 1. At Aberdour Manse, Mrs Dr Bryce, of a Esq. of the 75th regiment, to Isabella, daughter of

the late Thomas Armstrong, Esq. of Glasgow.
2. At Enniskillen, the lady of Captain Ander 31. At Holm, Colonel J. F. Burgoyne, royal
son, 91st regiment, of a daughter.

engineers, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Čo-
- Mrs Johnstone, No. 1. George Street, of a son. lonel Rose of Holm.

3. The lady of William Stothert, Esq. of Car Feb. 2. In London, Lord Viscount Cranborne,
gen, of a daughter.

son of the Marquis of Salisbury, to Miss Gas-
- At her mother's house, North St David's

Street, the lady of Captain George Simpson, E. I.S. 6. Mr William A. Lawrie, to Harriet Oakley,
of a son.

youngest daughter of the late Robert Beatson of
4. At Guernsey, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Kilry, Esq.
Kennedy, of a son.

At the Manse of Kirkpatrick-Juxta, the Rev.
5. At' Havre, the lady of William Davidson, John Bennet, of Ettrick, to Elizabeth, eldest
Esg. of a daughter.

daughter of the Rev. Dr Singer.
At Leith, Mrs Evans, of a son.

- At Dover, Captain Robert Deans, of the
- At 23, Forth Strcet, Mrs Alexander Brodie, royal navy, second son of the late Admiral Deans,
of a son.

to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Richard Clay,
8. At Ettrick Bank, the lady of William Ogilvie, Esq. of Gloucester Place, London.
Esq. younger of Chesters, of a son.

8. At Edinburgh, John Farrie, Esq. Greenock,
9. At Dundee, the lady of John Maxwell, Esq. to Helen, daughter of the late William M'Cor-
Tay Street, of a son.

mick, Esq. Dundas Street.
10. At Perth, the lady of Anthony Maxtone, - At Aberdeen, Thomas Lumsden, Esq. of the
Esq. of Coltoquhey, of a daughter.

East India Company's military service, on the Ben-
11. At Greenstead Hall, in Essex, the lady of gal establishment, to Miss Hay Burnett, youngest
Major Ord, royal artillery, of a daughter.

daughter of John Burnett, Esq. of Elrick.
- At Edinburgh, the laty of Sir James Dal. 10. At St George's, Hanover Square, London,
rymple, Bart. Park Place, of a son and heir. William Frederick Chambers, M. D. to Mary,

- Mrs Macintosh of Raigmore, of a daughter. third daughter of the late William Mackinnon Fra-

12. At Mayne, the lady of Colonel Hay of Wes ser, M. D. of Lower Grosvernor Square, and of
terton, of a son.

Balnain, Inverness-shire.
14. At Edinburgh, the lady of J. G. Lockhart, 12. At Langley Park, Alexander Cruickshank,
Esq. of a son.

Esq. of Keithock, to Mary, youngest daughter of
- Mrs Walter Dickson, Duke Street, of a son. James Cruickshank, Fsq. of Langley Park.

In Gloucester Place, London, the lady of 19. At Prestonpans, Mr Robert Hislop, to Ann,
John Lawrie, Esq. of a daughter.

second daughter of F. B. Sydserff, Esq. of Ruch-
15. At Albury Park, Lady Harriet Drummond, law.
of a son.

23. At Edinburgh, Alexander Burnet, A. M.
The lady of Major G. Cuningham, B. S. of Rector of the united schools of Jedburgh, to Mary
a son,

Ann, eldest daughter of the Rev. George Thomson
19. At South Richmond Street, Mrs Begg, was of Melrose.
sefely delivered of a boy and two girls; all of At Edinburgh, Mr William Steven, mer-
whom, with the mother, are doing well.

chant, Edinburgh, to Ann, only daughter of the
- At Edinburgh, the lady of Captain Robert late William Stewart, Esq. of Perth.
son, 88th regiment, of a daughter.

24. At Morpeth, William Lawson, Esq. of Lang-
20. At 8, Maitland Street, Mrs Macalister of hirst Brocks, county of Northumberland, to John
Balinakill, of a daughter.

Hester, only daughter of the late Mr Clark of
- In Crawford Street, London, the Lady of Haddington.
Alexander M‘Innes, Esq. of the second regiment At Perth, Mr Alexander Thomson, barony
of Life Guards, of a daughter.

officer at Donvorist, Grandtully, to Grace, only
21. At St John's Street, Mrs Dallas, of a son. daughter of Mr Donald Cameron, merchant in

- At Great King Street, Mrs J. S. More, of a Aberfeldy.

26. At Glasgow, Joseph Ferrie, Esq. Blairtum-
22. At Lockerby House, the lady of Henry Dou mock, to Agnes, daughter of the late John Cochran,
glas, Esy, of a son.

Esq. Chapel, Fereneze.
23. At Hope Park, Mrs Menzies, of a son.

27. At Edinburgh, Mr James White, surgeon,
24. Mrs James Campbell, Northumberland to Rachel, eldest daughter of the late Major James
Street, of a daughter.

Douglas, Honourable East India Company's ser-
27. At Edinburgh, the lady of Major Menzies, vice.
42d regiment, of a daughter.

March 2. At Edinburgh, Andrew Fyfe, M. D. to
March 3. At Hopetoun-house, the Countess of Eliza, eldest daughter of Ambrose Charles, Esq.
Hopetoun, of a son.

late wine merchant, London.
Lately. At 39, Northumberland Street, Mrs Lately. By the right Rev. Bishop Low, the Rev.
Mackenzie of Strathgarve, of a daughter.

James Walker, to Miss Madeline Erskine.
- At the Commercial Road, London, the lady - At Dublin, the Rev. James Carlile, of the
of Captain Alexander Scott, of the Lady Lushing Scots Church, Mary's Abbey, to Jane, youngest
ton Indiaman, of a son.

daughter of William Wren, Kendala

Jan. 5. At Bonjedward, James Jackson, mer April 17, 1820. On board the honourable Com-
chant, Jedburgh, to Elizabeth, second daughter of pany's ship, Castle Huntly, off the Cape of Good
Thomas Caverhill, Esq.

Hope, Lieutenant Alexander Chisholm Robertson,
16. At Stornoway, Mr Thomas Thomson, R. N. of his Majesty's 24th regiment.
to Miss Isabella Laing, daughter of the late Mr July 11, At Trincomalee, of cholera morbus,
James Lairg, conjunct Depute City Clerk of Edin much respected and beloved, in his 18th year, Mr

Thomas, a midshipman of the Leander, and eldest
17. At Dudwick, Stewart Leith, Esq. to Jean, son of Sir George Thomas, Bart.
only daughter of Captain George Mar.

Aug. 9. At sea, (during a voyage from Bombay
22. At Bruntisland, Mr John Archibald, mer to Calcutta,) Lieutenant Donald Norman M.Don-
chant, Bruntisland, to Grace, daughter of the late ald, 10th Madras native infantry, third son of
Henry Murray, Esq. merchant, Edinburgh.

Colonel Alexander M‘Donald of Boisdale.
23. At Greenock, the Rev. William Ritchie Oct. 5. At Madras, Mr Robert Hunter Stuart,
Thomson, to Frances, eldest daughter of Mr John assistant garrison surgeon, eldest son of the late Mr

Archibald Stuart, surgeon, Kelso.

81st year.

24. At Kingston, Jamaica, Robert Fraser, son 3. The Rev. James Innes, minister of Yester,
of Mr Fraser, teacher, 24, St James's Square, be East Lothian, in the 88th year of his age, and 61st
ing the second son he has lost on that island in the of his ministry.
short space of five months.

4. At Pitcorthie, Fifeshire, Mr William Dods.
Nov. 15. At Berbice, George Gordon, Esq. after 5. At Kinell-house, Perthshire, the right ho-
an illness of a few days. Mr Gordon was président nourable Lady Ann Place, daughter of the late Ear)*
of the Court of Justice in Berbice.

and Countess of Aberdeen, and wife of Edward
17. At Barbadoes, of the yellow fever, Captain Place, Esq. of Skelton Grange, Yorkshire.
Thomas Roberts, of the royal engineers.

At Leith, Mrs Jane Stewart, wife of Mr Ro-
19. At Snowdon, Manchester, Jamaica, Dr Ro bert Liddell.
bert B. Wright, of Kensworth, in that island. 6. At Logiegreen, Charles Steuart, Esq. W. S.

Dec. 1. At Demerara, aged 21, Mr Thomas At Tranent, Mr Andrew Blair, corn-mer-,
Dickson Goldie, sixth son of Mr James Goldie, chant, aged 72.

At Edinburgh, John Stenhouse, Esq. W. S.
10, At Demerara, Thomas Martin, Esq. mer. At Sandygate, near Mid-Calder, Adam Turn-

bull, Esq. M. b.
15. In Jamaica, Jonathan Forbes of Waterton, 7. At Stobo Manse, Mr Alexander Ker, preacher
Master in Chancery, and Colonel of St Catherine's of the Gospel, eldest son of the Rev. Alexander

Ker, minister of Stobo.
26. At Campbelltown, Mrs Catherine M‘Callum, At Glasgow, Miss Abigail Fowles, eldest
relict of Talmash Muir Rowat, Esq. of Kilkivan. daughter of the late Alexander Fowles, Esq. Kil-*

31. At Killin, Perthshire, Patrick Douglas, marnock.
eldest son of Mr James Campbell, Catherine Street, - At her father's house, 23, James' Square, Eu-

phemia Craig, aged 19.
Jan. 4, 1821. At Edinburgh, in the 92d year of - At Stirling, Mrs Alexander Murray, in her
her age, Mrs Margaret Mary Nimmo, relict of the
Rev. John Gibson, late one of the ministers of St 9. In Hans Place, Sloane Street, London, the

Rev. Dr Nicol, minister of the Scots Church,
6. At Naples, after a long illness, Mrs John Swallow Street.
Cumming, eldest daughter of William Magee, Esq. - At Stewartfield, Cornelius Elliot, Esq. of
of Belfast.

7. At Limerick, in consequence of her head At Blackford, Miss Jane Trotter, of Morton-
dress taking, fire from a candle which she held in hall.
hand, the widow of Dr Kelley.

10. At Musselburgh, Isobel M‘Donald, wife of
14. At Hamilton, Mrs Húme, wife of Joseph James Vallance, mill-wright there, aged 21 years.
Hume, M. D.

Major James T. Cowper, of the royal ar-
- At Leghorn, George Oswald Sym, eldest son tillery:
of the Kev. George Sym, minister of New Kil. At Glasgow, Miss Ferrier, eldest daughter of

the late Archibald Ferrier Esq. W. S.
15. At London, Lewis Fraser, Esq. youngest At Edinburgh, Mary Crichton Kyle, wife of
son of the late Simon Fraser, Esq. of Ford, W.s. Hugh Watson, W. S.

16. At Tullymet-house, Dr William Dick of 11. At Richmond, aged 90, Dr Adam Walker,

the celebrated Lecturer on Experimental Philo-
18. At the Manse of Abercorn, Mrs Meiklejohn, sophy.

At her house, in Charlotte Square, the right
- At James Square, Edinburgh, Mrs Marjory honourable Lady Abercromby:
Ainsley, widow of the late Mr Henry Ainsley.

At Bogend, Robert, son of James Thomson,
22. Hooly-house, Surrey, Thomas Byron, late Esq. of Earnslaw.
lieutenant-colonel in the 3d regiment of guards. 12. At York, Francis Constable, Esq. of Button

At Baker Street, Portman Square, London, Constable and Wycliffe Hall.
Donna Maria Brigida

de Faria

e Lacerda, wife of 13. At London, Frederick, the youngest son of
Sir John Campbell, K. C. T. S. major-general in Sir George Clerk.
the Portuguese service.

14, At Edinburgh, John Campbell, Esq. Re-
24. At Inverness, William, eldest son of Lock ceiver-General of his Majesty's Customs for Seot-
hart Kinloch, Esq. Sheriff-clerk of Inverness-shire. land.

At Arbroath, Mr David Kirkland, rector of At Aberdeen, George Gordon, Esq. of Spen-
the grammar school of that place, in the 33d year ziedale, Sutherlandshire.
of his age, and 55th of his incumbency.

15. The infant son of Major G. Cunninghame,
25. At Warrieston Crescent, James Rose, Esq. B. S.
Depute Clerk of Session.

- At Balcarras Mill, Mr Thomas Fowlis, aged
26. At Claremont Park, Esher, Colonel the
Baron de Hardenbrock, equerry to his Royal High 16. At Balcarry, Mrs Irving, wife of Lieutenant-
ness Prince Leopold.

Colonel George Irving.
At Edinburgh, Mrs Elizabeth Bell, wife of At Edinburgh, Lady Dalrymple Hay, young,
Nicol Milne, Esq. of Faldonside.

er of Park Place.
At Merton Manse, Mr Thomas Duncan, aged 17. At Nether Currie, in the parish of Currie,
18, youngest son of the Rev. Mr Duncan.

(where he was born, and spent most of his days,/
27. At Dundee, Mr John Jolly, druggist. John Dawson, gardener, aged 100 years, all but a

At Banff, Miss Margaret Cross Young, third few weeks, being born 14th March, 1721. The
daughter of the deceased David Young, Esq. of placid and cheerful disposition of this venerable
Craighead, merchant in Glasgow.

old man rendered him interesting to all who knew
28. At Campbelton, Captain Donald Campbell, him. He was of religious, sober, and industrious
paymaster, Argyllshire militia.

habits, and evinced to the last that tranquillity of
John, the infant son of Mr William Alexan. mind which a well spent life only can shed over the
der, 59, Castle Street.

remotest period of old age. This parish has long
29. Át No. 10, Maitland Street, Miss Jane been remarkable for the longevity of its inhabí-

tants: William Napier, a native of it, died some
At Cheltenham, Patrick Maitland, Esq. late years ago at the advanced age of 113, and William
of Calcutta.

Ritchie at 105; and there are some old people be-
In Morton Street, Leith, Mr John Anderson, longing to it just now above ninety years of age.

20. At his house, in York Street, Portman
31. At Innervar, Glenlyon, Mr Donald Mac Square, London, Lieutenant-General William Pop-
gregor, aged 70.

ham, aged 81.
Feb. 1. At Panmure-house, Canongate, Mrs 21. At his mother's house, in York place, aged
Margaret Geddes, wife of Mr John Geddes. thirteen years and nine months, Rober, eldest son

2. At the Manse of Snizart, Mrs Mary Macleod, of the late Hugh Bairnsfather, Esq. W. S.
spouse of the minister of that parish.

23. In George Square, Mrs Small, much and
- At his house, No. 20, Bank Street, Edin- justly regretted.
burgh, Mr William Lawson, sen. plasterer.

26. Af Auchindinny, Mrs Crawford of Over-
- At Cupar, Fife, Katherine, eldest daughter ton, the Lady of Captain James Couts Crawford,
of Mr William Murray.

R. N.
3. At his house in Eaton Terrace, Lower Gros 28. At Carlisle, Mrs Elizabeth Bell, daughter of
venor Place, London, John Dunmore Napier, Esq. Mr James Pollock, teacher of dancing, much be-
of Ballikinrain, Stirlingshire.

loved and deeply regretted by her family and
At London, Mrs Miller, wife of William Mil friends.
ler, Esq. of Starr, Fifeshire.

82 years.


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ones, 106

ACTORS, remarks on the Lives of, 508 Brown, Captain, of the Edinburgh Police,
Address to the King, review of Lord Lau. remarks on his letter to the Lord Pro.
derdale's proposed one, 581

vost, 204
Africa, notice regarding the trade of, 225 Butcher, the Somnambulatory, an episode,
Alkalies, notice regarding new vegetable 609

Cameronian, Macrabin the, 143, 319, 399
Anacreontics, 171

Carbery, Lord, remarks on his letter on the
Ancient Manuscripts, new discoveries of, late Cork county meeting, 562

Chalmers, Dr, review of his commercial
Angel of the World, the, an Arabian tale, sermons, 178
review of, 20

Christ's entry into Jerusalem, remarks on
Appointments, Promotions, &c. 116, 237, Mr Haydon's picture of, 209
349, 476, 599, 705

Classics, Latin, translations from the less
Arctic Ocean, remarks on Captain Parry's familiar ones, 50, 311, 458
voyage to the, 219

Clark, Mungo, the south-country packman,
Ashes, shower of, from Vesuvius, 224

Aspect of the Times, thoughts on the poli. Cockney School, love song by a member
tical, 485

of the, 608
Attraction, Magnetic, observations on, Commercial Reports, 111, 232, 344, 473,
made in Lancaster Sound, 106

594, 701
Authenticity of Heræ Scandicæ, No. I. 76 Constitutional association in London, ac-
Ayrshire Legatees, the,,No. V. The count of, 443

Pringle Correspondence, 12_Dr Pringle Corn, advantages of reaping it before it is
to Mr Micklewham, 13-Mrs Pringle to ripe, 226
Miss Molly Glencairn, 15_Andrew Corregio, a Danish tragedy, review of, 290
Pringle, Esq. to the Rev. Charles Snod- Correspondence of the Pringle Family, 10,
grass, 16_Mrs Pringle to Miss Isabella. 259, 503
Todd, 19_No. VI. A. Pringle, Esq. to Correspondents, responsive notices to, 10,
the Rev. Charles Snodgrass, 260_Mrs 259, 363, 501
Pringle to Miss Molly Glencairn, 262 Critics and criticism, remarks on, 138
Dr Pringle to Mr Micklewham, 264 Croly, Rev. George, review of his Angel of
Miss Rachel Pringle to Miss Isabella the World, 20
Todd, 266 No. VII. A. Pringle, Esq. Dale, Thomas, review of his poems, 185
to Mr Snodgrass, 365_Mrs Pringle to Daniel O'Rourke, an epic poem, Canto II.
Miss Molly Glencairn, 369_Mrs Sabre 40_Canto III. 157
to Miss Isabella Todd, 370_Dr Pringle Darkness, or the Venetian Conspiracy, a
to Mr Micklewham, 371_No. VIII. tragedy, review of, 384
The Conclusion, 503

Death of Microscophus, and sale of his
Bankruptcies, British, alphabetical lists of,

museum, 315
113, 234, 346, 476, 597, 703

Deaths, monthly lists of, 119, 240, 351,
Barry, James, the historical painter, on the 481, 601, 707
writings and character of, 277

Domestic Politics, observations on, 329
Bat, live one found in the centre of a tree, The Queen's Trial Junction of her

cause with that of the radicals, ib.Her
Bathurst, Archdeacon, remarks on his ser. answers to addresses, 331_Procession to

mon intended to be preached before the St Paul's, ib. Archdeacon Bathurst's
Queen, 382

sermon, 382-Mr Cobbett's trial for li.
Beard's Theatre of God's Judgments, re bel, 336_The Edinburgh Whigs, 337
view of, 496

Constitutional association in London, 443
Births, monthly lists of, 118, 239, 350, Dream, Shufflebotham's, 3
481, 600, 707

Duffle, Thomas, cloth-merchant in the Salt-
Bohemian Legend, 625

market of Glasgow, Voyages and Travels
Border Ballad, 325

of, 517_Voyage I. The Russian, 518,
Boxiana, No. VIII. 60

637_Tale II. The Soldier's Mother,
British Eclogues, No. The Soldier's 638_Tale III. The Hurricane, 643
Bride, 527

Earthquake at Wanlockhead, 338
Gallery, Observations on the, 684

the, a novel, review of, 450
Brodie's Introductory Lecture, at the Royal Edinburgh, remarks on Captain Brown's
College of Surgeons, 419

letter to the Lord Provost of, 204

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Egan, Pierce, Esq. letter to, 671

Ireland, remarks on the present state of,
Egypt, notice regarding the trade of, 467 190
Epistle from Ensign Odoherty, 536 Islands discovered in the South Sea, 467 -
Extracts from Körner's Rosamunda, 48 Jedediah, 273

From Melmoth the Wanderer, 164 Johnson, Dr, and Bishop Warburton, on
From Chalmers's commercial sermons, the literary characters of, 243. In logical
180.-From Dale's Widow of Nain, 185 strength and acuteness, each superlative-
-From Oehlenschlaeger's Corregio, 292 ły pre-eminent, 246_Johnson the supe-

_From Seneca's tragedy of Edipus, rior in real and true taste, ib.— as in
312-From Darkness, a tragedy, 384 beauty of style, and the ornaments of lan-
From the romance of Kenilworth, 435 guage, 248_ In extent of learning, and
From Gent's Poems, 448From the depth of erudition, Warburton claims the
Earthquake, a novel, 450._From the superiority, 249_but greatly inferior to
Punica of Silius Italicus, 459_From Johnson in practical knowledge

of human
a lost (and found) Memorandum-book, nature, 250—The mind of Johnson de-

605-From Hagbarth and Signà, 646 void of that intellectual activity and elas.
Farrington's Memoirs of Sir Joshua Rey ticity possessed by Warburton, 251
nolds, review of, 570

Kenilworth, a romance, review of, 435
Father Sycophant, 270

King, the, review of Lord Lauderdale's
Field of Terror, the, a tale, 131

proposed address to, 581
Flores Poetici, No. I. 395

Remarks on his conduct since his
Fortune,, the sport of, a fragment, from accession to the Regency, and to the
Schiller, 375

Throne; 689.
French Institute, notice respecting, 466 Kirn of Lillycross, the Harvest, 399
Galvani's Magnetism, notice respecting, 339 Körner, Charles Theodore, review of his
Gent, Thomas, review of poems by, 448 tragedy of Rosamunda, 45_On his tra-
God's Judgments, review of Beard's Thea gedy of Zriny, 543
tre of, 496

Latin Classics, Translations from the less
Hagharth and Signa, a Danish Tragedy, familiar ones, 59
review of, 646

Lauderdale, Lord, review of his proposed
Hans Heiling's Rocks, a Bohemian Le address to the King, 581
gend, 625

Letter from Captain Symonds, 40°
Harvest Kirn of Lillycross, the, 399

from Mr O'Fogarty, 40
Haydon, Mr, remarks on his picture of Le from James Hogg to his reviewer,

Christ's entry into Jerusalem, 219 * 67
Helmorran, 268

from a member of the Córk literary
Hogg. James, letter from, to his reviewer, and philosophical society, 155

from Ensign Odoherty, 190
Holland, New, notices regarding, 464

from Dr Petre, on an attack in the
Holy Jamie, 270,

London Magazine, 207
Homer, discovery of a manuscript of his from Mr Barker, 514_reply to,
Iliad, 465

Horæ Germanicæ, Na. IX. Rosamunda, a from the Man in the Moon, 667

tragedy, 45No. X. The Venetian Con to Pierce Egan, Esq. 671
spiracy, 384_No. XI. Zriny, a tragedy, Lines written in a British burial-ground in

India, 665
Scandicæ, No. 1. 76

Lillycross, the Harvest Kirn of, 399
Cantabrigienses, No. VI. 123_No. Literary and scientific intelligence, 106,
VII. 373

224, 338, 464
Danicæ, No. II. Corregio, a tragedy, Literary character of Bishop Warburton
290—No, IV. Hagbarth and Signa, a and Dr Johnson, remarks on, 243
Tragedy, 646

Lithography, notice regarding, 226
Hispanicæ, No. IIL Ruins of the Lives of actors, remarks on the, 508
Castle of Cervantes, &c. 359

Lock and Bar, a Botany Bay eclogue, 123
Sinicæ, No. II. 613

London Constitutional Association, account
Hubert, or the Veteran of India, a poem,

of, 443
Part I. 26-Part II..GOI

Longevity, remarkable cases of, in Russia,
Humours of a Village Fair, 423

and North America, 466
Hymn to the Night Wind, 411

Lunar sphere, a visit to the, 125
Ida, poems to, 578

Macrabin, Mark, the Cameronian, 143,
Ignava Ratio of the Stoics, remarks on, 172 319, 399
Iliad, Homer's, manuscript fragments of, Magnetic attraction, observations on, 106

Magnetism, Galvanic, notice respecting, 339
Impostors, the three, 306

Man in the Moon, letter from, 667
India, the Veteran of, 26

Manuscripts, Ancient, new discoveries of,
Lines written in a British burial 338
ground there, 665

Marriages, monthly lists of, 119, 299, 351,
Inspiration, Poetie, remarks on, 362

481, 601, 707

Mary, the Soldier's Bride, an eclogue, 627 410.. Hymn to the Night Wind, 411–
Meeting of Parliament, remarks on the, 585 On this green bank, &c. 415_My Na-
Melmoth, the Wanderer, a tale, review of, tive Tongue, 514_Young Janet, 515
481, 601, 161

Stanzas on the departure of a Friend from
Memorandum-book, extracts from a lost Scotland, 525_Sonnet to Haydon, 526
(and found) one,

-British Eclogues, 527-Sonnet to
Meteorological reports, 115, 236, 347, 479 Wordsworth, 542--Poems to Ida, 578%
Microscophus, death of, and sale of his mu. Love-song by a member of the Cockney
seum, 315

school, 608- The Somnambulatory But-
Military Promotions, 116, 237, 349, 476, cher, 609_Ailie Muschat's Cairn, 612
599, 705

-Stanzas, 614_Sonnet written off the
Moods of the Mind, No. X.Solitude, 175 Dutch coast, 624Sonnets, 632_Lines

- Summer Twilight, 177-The Bard's written in a British burial-ground in In..
wish, ib.

dia, 665_Remembered Beauty, 686_
Moon, a letter from the man in the, 667 On visiting a scene of Childhood, 688
Mountains, distant visibility of, 224 Political aspect of the times, thoughts on
Naval Promotions, 117, 477

the, 485
New South Wales, chief towns of, 464 Politics, Domestic, remarks on, 329, 443
state of society in, 465

Poor Laws, remedy for them divulged, 606
Niger, discovery of the mouth of the, 225 Punica, an epic poem, extract from, 459
Odoherty, Ensígn, epistle from, concerning Pringle Family, correspondence of the, 10

himself, us, and affairs in general, 536- Professional Men, why are they indifferent
proposal for a new tragedy, 537-the

poets ? 415
Jew doctor's address to his customers, Promotions, appointments, &c. 116, 237,
538-Macpherson's address to his fol. 349, 476, 599, 705
lowers, ib. sketch of a novel, to be call. Prospects of the Whigs, remarks' on the,
ed, Janetta Georgina Georginetta Mac 564
gaw, or the Forlorn Lady of Castle Tur- Public, the, an hour's tete-a-tete with, 78
ret-tower, 539-song in praise of Wastle - another tete-a-tete, 529
and North, 541

Publications, monthly list of new, 108, 230,
Edipus, extract from Seneca's tragedy of, 341, 470, 591, 698

Pugilism, the sable school of, 69 ***
Oehlenschlaeger, Adam, review of his tra- Queen, the, remarks on her trial, 209_her
gedy of Corregio, 290, and of Hagbarth junction

with the radicals, 3292 answers
and Signa, 646

to addresses, 331 visit to St Paul's, ib.
O'Rourke, Daniel, an epic poemn, Canto II. Raupach, Professor, review of his tragedy
: 40.Canto III. 156

of Darkness, or the Venetian Conspiracy,
Parliament, remarks on the meeting of, 585 384
Parry, Captain, remarks on his voyage to Recollections, Mark Macrabin, the Cante-
the Arctic seas, 219

ronian, No. X. 143No. XI. 319_No.
Petre, Dr Olinthus, letter from, on an ar XII. 399.

ticle in the London Magazine, 207 Remarks on the sable school of pugilism,
Poems to Ida, No. I. 578.No. II. 580 · 60...on critics and criticism, 138 on the
Poetic Inspiration, observations on, 362 Ignava Ratio of the Stoics, 1724on the
Poetry-Twilight on Loch Katrine, & present state of Ireland, 190__ón Captain

Lochleven Castle, 9-Lines on reading Brown's letter to the Lord Provost, 204
the Abbot, ib..-Icolmkill, 10_Scene on on the Queen's trial, 209_On Mr Ilay-
the Grainpians, ib.-Hubert, or the Ve don's picture of Christ's entry into Jeru-
teran of India, 26_Daniel O'Rourke, salem, 219_zon Captain Parry's arctic
40, 156_Sonnet on the battle between pedition, 209_ on the literary charac-
Mendoza and Tom Owen, 63-A Bota ters of Bishop Warburton and Dr John-
ny Bay eclogue, 123-A sacrifice at Æ.

son, 243

on the writings and character
gina, 130_Song of the Bird, in Armi of James Barry, the historical painter,
da's enchanted garden, ib.The Branch 277-on domestic politics, 329, 443_on
ers, 141_The Bandsman's Ballad, 147

poetic inspiration, 362_n Brodie's in-
-Song, 169—The Arbour, ib.--Ana. troductory lecture, 419_on the lives of
creontics, 171--Moods of the Mind, No. Actors, 508_on Lord Carberry's letter
X. 175_Sketches of Village Character, on the late Cork county meeting, 562-
197,615_Stanza written ina Park in Sur on the state and prospects of the Whigs,
rey, 257_Prologue, spoken before a pri 564_on the meeting of Parliament, 585
vate theatrical performance at Manches on the British Gallery, 684_on the
ter, 258_Sir Harold, 288_Adeline, a conduct of the People to the King, 689
ballad, 289_Death, 290-Ballad of Chi. Remembered Beauty, 686
valry, 325_-Hans Heiling's Rock, 358 Responsive notices to correspondents, 10,
Ruins of the Castle of St Cervantes, 359 259, 363, 501
Fall ot' Don Roderick and Spain, 360 Review of Croly's Angel of the World, 20
The St John's wort, 361_Sapphic Ode, - Of Melmoth the Wanderer, 161-Of
381--Stanzas on Parting, 382-Auld, Chalmers's commercial sermons, 1786
Glena, 408_The Beggarman's Song Of Dalc's poems, 185_Of the works of

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