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Peter Klaus, a Tale, 229.
The Stag-eyed Lady, a Moorish Tale,
Ode from the French of Jan de la Pe-
Introduction to Tales of Lyddalcross, 5.
Ode from ditto, “God shield
Lovely Woman; a Scottish Song, 523. tress in Ireland ; Parliament, Reduction
of Taxes, 595—Newspaper stamps, &c.
596-Mr. Canning's Bill in favour of
Relief of the Poor in Ireland ; Ionian
Publications, (M. R.) See Books.
43, 62, 82, 101.
Puns, 283, 437.
the Pirate, 80_Wrangham's Lyrics of
Public Events : Change of the French Mi.
straction in Painting combated, 445.
for the ancients, 502_his generosity, 503
--specimens of his poetry and transla-
tions, 506—his odes, 508-eclogues, &c.
218-Charles I. 220-No. II. Elizabeth,
387 ; Charles I. 388 ; Henry Booth ;
Lord Delamer, 389_No. III. Clifford,
Earl of Cumberland, 409; Marquis of
Admiralty Office; Army Estimates ; Sea, Travelling by, 76_Reflections on,
Style, Eliz. a Witch, confession of, 381. Voice from St. Helena, 512.
Warton, Dr. Joseph, Life of, 264.
Tales : Peter Klaus, the Goat-herd, 229 White, James, singular Fête given by him
-The Devil's Ladder, from Schreiber, to the Chimney Sweepers, 408,
Williams' Views in Greece, 426.
Theoris the Enchantress, 474.
Centuries, 215– Part II. The imputed
Attributes of Witches, with the Cere-
Turkey, see Public Events.
Wrangham's Translation of the Lyrics of
Herace, review of, 277.
Zoroaster, supposed to have been the Ma.
THE ILissus, from the Elgin Marblcs, to be placed as a Frontispicce.