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TO THE THIRD VOLUME.

MISCELLANY.

ADAMS's, Hon. J. Q. inaugu

PAGE

Female education

129
Friendship of women

80
ral oration

288 First Basium of Secundus, extract
- speech concerning foreign from

359
ministers

266 Franklin, Dr. on the literary char-
Adams's, T. B. disquisition on the

acter of

661
philosophy of the ancients 505 French prejudice

577
Aikin, Dr. on the style of 174 Family physician, No. 5

9
Ancient library of Alexandria 5, 58

No. 6

171
Art of reading

527
Arts, progress of the

235
Grecian Daughter

417
Aram, Eugene, trial of

468 Goldsmith and Johnson, anecdotes 348
American travellers, essay on
628 Goldsmith's writings

63
Gray's works

62
Bayle, Saurin's account of

16
Beauty and virtue

526 Howard, Rev. Dr. character of 115
Bentley, Dr. Richard, life of 238, 298, Hudibras, imitation of

129
339, 409, 454, 521, 561, 623 Human nature

358
Beattie's, Dr. genius & writings 570,619
Ben Jonson and Cowper

303 Inscription on the monument of
Bishop of Aleria, account of 177

Sir William Phipps

246
Blair's, Dr. writings
236 Jortin, Dr. character of

192
Blue-Stocking club, account of 579
Burns and Bloomfield, parallel of 127 Liberal arts, essays on

300, 414

Literature of North Carolina 355
Cowper, writings of
631 Love and chivalry

65
Correspondence

53 Lavater, Dr. Hunter's account of 369
Cowper and Burns
67 Lucretius, criticism on

358
Cowper and Thompson

17 Literary and philosopbical intelli-
Classick club, account of

578

gence 55, 109, 164, 221, 577, 390,
Cumberland

466

447, 502, 558, 613,
Chymistry, modern

467 Literature in Italy, present state
of

177, 228
Definition of man

417
Decision of character
582 Method, essay on

120
Devotional poetry
175 Marmontel, memoirs of

131
Dedications
24 Mansfield and Chatham

418
Domestick pleasures
526 Medici, family of

80
Denham, Sir John; poetry of 631 Misfortunes of an ill-directed pas-

sion for literature

76
Eclipse of the sun, 1806, account of 327 Monitory poems and proverbs of
Education, academick
18 Solomon

303
Enigmatical epitaph
402 Modern scholars

175
Miscellaneous essay

529
Falls of Niagara, accounts of 13, 458 Monthly catalogue of new publi-
False wit

523 cations in U.S. 54, 106, 161,217,264,
Fawcett, Joseph, account of 525

331, 387, 444, 499, 554, 610, 669
Vol. III.

A

200811

357

Nature in winter

63 Salt and sulphur springs, account of 393

Silva, No. 11, 15-12, 62–13, 127–
Original letters from Europe, 1, 61, 113,

14, 175_15, 235–16, 302-
169, 225, 281, 337

17, 357-18, 416_19, 466
Original letter from England 403

20, 525–21, 576–22, 627
Ossian and Homer
417 Swift, style of

64
Our country, characteristicks of 579 Southey, extract from

Swans

527
Publick lotteries

630 Schools of painting, and masters 449
Parnell and Voltaire

17,416 Shakespeare's mulberry tree 65
Petronius Arbiter, eccentricity of 236 Sans Souci

24, 79, 360
Pope and Gray

304 Statement of diseases 56, 112, 168,
Port Folio

176 224, 266, 392, 448, 504, 560, 616, 672
Pope, anecdotes of

15, 468, 527
Plane tree
63 Tacitus, thoughts on

172, 405
Protestant churches in Boston, di Translators, on

302
gest of the rights of
632 Taste, on

417

Remarker, No. V, 19--VI, 69~-VII, Vaniere's prædam rusticum 418
124–VIII, 185–IX, 243-X, 285 Voltaire, writings of

627, 418
XI, 343–XII, 399-XIII, 473-

XIV, 518–XV, 567—XVI, 617 Westminster school, account of 636
Racine's Britannicus, La Harpe's Whether the world will ever re.
criticism on 345, 395, 461, 513 lapse into barbarism

4
Rousseau, character of
190 Winter evening

580
Ruins of Thebes or Luxore 580 Warburton and Drayton

64

POETRY.

Ad Julium, academiam pro Mer Helvellyn
catura linquentum

532 Hymn, by Burns
African, the, by Bowles

306 Herb Rosemary, to the

644
307
422

Baucis and Philemon, by Swift

363 Jackdaw, the, by Cowper

365

Cantata, by Prior
Cave, the

Death and Daphne
Deus

Erin
Experience, or folly as it flies
Epistle to Theophilus Parsons

to a young friend
by Cowper

to Dolly
Epitaph, by Prior
Epigram, hv J. M. Sewall
Eulogy on laughing

248 Know yourself, by Dr. Johnson 195
249

Listening to a cricket, lines on 1533
193 Lines, written after a storm at sea 535
305
to W. C. jun.

587
on a melancholy event 419
643 - on the death of a young lady 248
477 Lyre, lines on the

646
305
137 Monody to the memory of General
307 Kuox

642
534 Madoc, extracts from 26, 81, 136
250
136 New-Year's Address

645
250
Ocean,

589
591
249 Pairing time anticipated

82
536 Prosopopæia Umbræ

135
Pastoral

532
647 Procellarius Pelagicus, to the 420

Fowler, the
Funeral Hymn
Field Flower, lines on the

Grave, the

H

196
536

81
136

Parallels

195, 365, 420 Song
Poverty, lines to

588 Snow-drop, lines on the

Story of an apparition
Solomon's song, version of the 8th Shipwreck, the
chapter of

194
Smith's poem to the memory of Χειρων δεινοτατος Κενταυρος
Philips

361
Spring, verses on

193 Winter
Sunset, verses written at

196

246

426

REVIEW.

Adams's understanding reader 498 Elements of general knowledge 160
Akenside's pleasures of imagination375 Eliot's sermon at the ordination of
American Annals, by Rev. Abiel

Rev. H. Edes

100
Holmes, vol. 1

257, 371

Emerson's discourse before the fe-
male asylum

101
Bentley's sermon at the ordination Enchanted lake of the fairy Mor-
of Rev. J. Richardson
656 gana

428
Biographical memoirs of lord Nel-
son

652 Facts and observations relative to
Bowen's discourse on the death of the pestilential fever

260
General Gadsden

104
Fessenden's original poems

369
Bowditch's chart of Salem harbour 490 First settlers of Virginia

98

Fleetwood, or new man of feeling 159
Caine's New-York term reports 367 Foscari, or the Venetian exile 603
Carr's northern summer

262
Cary's address to the Merrimack Grammar of the French tongue 497
Humane Society

551
Charnock's memoirs of Nelson 652 Hardie's account of the fever in
Cheselden's anatomy of the human

New-York

210
body
376 Hopkins's life

152
Christian Monitor, No. I. 215, 495 Holmes's American annals, vol. I. 257,

No. II.
496

371
No. III,
657 Home, a poem

552
Chart of Salem and Marblehead
harbour

490 Inquiry into the law merchant of
Chandler's life of president Johnson 92

the United States

308
Collections of Massachusetts His Inquiry into the present state of
torical Society, vol. VI.
315 the Union

655
Cock's inaugural dissertation 156 Journal of Andrew Ellicot 538
Complete justice of the peace 653
Cullen's first lines of the practice Kett's elements of general knowl.
of physick
158 edge

160

Kendall's artillery election sermon 377
Davies' sketch of the geography
of North-Carolina
264 Lay of the last minstrel

546
Dearborn's oration

444 Lathrop's discourse at Springfield
Democracy unvieled
376 on opening the bridge

101
Dow's familiar letters

256

illustrations and reflec-
Drayton's view of South-Carolina 205 tions on Saul's consulting the
Dunlap's dramatick works, vol. I. 550 witch of Endor

313
Leonora, hy miss Edgeworth

436
Edgeworth's Leonora

436 Letters from Europe,during a tour
Eilicot's journal

538 through Switzerland and Italy

86

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