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544-Mr. Chatterton, harp-player, Ries'
Farewell Concert, Griesbach's illness,
Mr. Wheeler, bass-singer, risk attending
Concerts, legal dispute between Mr.
Morris and Miss Paton, 545-New Mu-
sic, 546-King's Theatre: Madame
Pasta, Madame Ronzi di Begnis, 672--
Remorini, Ambrogetti, Rossini's Ugo,
Pasta, 673-Catalani, Aristocratical
Concerts, 674-Concerts, Royal Acade-
my, New Publications, 675.
Naples, 24-re-establishment of the Je-
suits at, 229.
National character, Kant on, 381.
Navy, flogging in, 139.
Nelly, George, 528.
Cupid's Revenge, from Menzini, 4,
Translations from Vauquelin, 27, &c.
Shady valleys,' Idyle, from ditto, 31.
There is no God, &c.' Sonnet from
'Poet of Greece,' do. from Fracastoro,33.
'Sweet stream whose murmurs,' do. from
'Oft on the recollection,' do. from Lo-
renzo de' Medici, 34.
The Indifference of Nature, from Chê-
Stanzas to the memory of Richard Allen,
Nay! Shepherd, nay!' 87.
The Good Old Count,' 88.
Lovely Flowret,' 89.
A Thousand Times I seek,' 89.
'I march me to the field,' 90.
'Ines sent a kiss to me,' 90.
6 That's a lie!' 91.
Grimaldi's Lament, 95.
The Three Fountains, from the Old
Sclavonico Polish, 132.
The Nightingale, from the Dutch of
Song of the Maidens, 151.
The Battle of Waterloo, from the French
of de la Vigne, 154.
Christian Greece, 156 do.
Union, 158 do.
Parthenope and the Stranger, 160 do.
Goethe's Dedication to his Poems, 186.
Stanzas from the Polish of Zimorowicz,
Two Sonnets from the Italian of Tebal-
Sonnet: Sweet Lonely Wood,' from
Della Casa, 206.
'Soul that to us descendest,'
from Celio Magno, 206.
'Father of Heaven,' from Vit-
toria Colonna, 207.
German Epigrams, 237, 364, 599.
Sonnet: When I behold a foot-ball,'
from Jamyn, 252.
Ére day is dead, on many a
verdant spray,' 271.
'Know'st thou the land where the Citron
tree grows?' from Goethe, 285; (see
also page 527.)
The Rhapsodist; Morning, 291.
Sonnet: Life has its wintry time ere
sullen age,' 292.
Chorus from Vondel, 300.
Translation from Hooft, 302.
The Fighting Gladiator, 332.
Gordon of Brackley, 355.
Lines on a Picture of Love riding on a
The Partition of the Earth, from Schil-
Sonnet: There was a silent spot where
I have been,' 388.
from Costanzo, 431.
Bernardo Tasso, 432.
'Give me that free-born heart
that will not bear,' 452.
Good Old Times, 452.
The Rhapsodist; Noon, 466.
The Two Ravens; an Old Scottish Bal-
Poets, Early French, see French, Royal.
Political Economy, Mr. Ricardo's services
to, 308-Dialogues on, 341-Dialogue I.
on the Elementary Principle, 347-
II. 427 III. on the Principle of
Value, 547-IV. on the use and abuse
of two celebrated distinctions in the
Theory of Value, 550-V. on the imme-
diate Uses of the New Theory of Value,
557-VI. on the Objections to the new
Law of Value, 561.
Farewell, farewell,' 615.
Pozzo di Borgo, 102.
Prophetic dew drops, 117.
Prose by a Poet, review of, 202.
Public Events: Spain, Entry of Ferdinand
into Madrid, Pozzo di Borgo's speech
to him, a Council of Ministers instituted
by Ferdinand, 102-and dismissed by
him, new ministry, retirement of Mo-
rillo and Ballasteros, 103-military oc-
cupation of Spain by French troops for
three years, conduct towards Riego;
France, triumphal entry of the Duc
D'Angoulême, 104-General Guillemi-
not; discontents at Jamaica, 105-
Greece, Surrender of the Castle of Co-
rinth; South America, Annuity granted
to Bolivar, quarrel between the Mexican
Government and Spanish merchants, 106
-Arrival of Mina in England, of Ar-
guelles, &c. at Dublin, 107-Ireland,
108-America, Opening of Congress,
Proscription of the African Slave Trade,
215-Policy towards the revolted Colo-
nies of Spain, 216-Subscriptions for
the Greeks, 217-Ferdinand's decree
for abolishing the Constitution of South
America, 218-Brazils: Congress dis-
solved by the Emperor, 219-Spain:
Arrest of females, 321-financial plans,
322 Project for Irish Body Guards,
Greece: Defeat of the Turks, Greek
Loan, Death of Sir T. Maitland; Por-
tugal: Meditated descent on South
America, 323-Bolivar's entry into
Lima; Hostilities between England and
Algiers, Domestic, King's Speech, 324
-Parliamentary business, 326-Bud-
get, 327-Spain: Unsettled state of the
country, 433-Brazils: New Constitu-
tion; France; South America, defeat of
a Peruvian force by the Royalists; Do-
mestic, 434-Debate on Delays in
Chancery, Public Buildings, 435-Re-
duction of Taxes, 436-Representation
of the City of Edinburgh, Bear-baiting,
&c., Flogging in the army, Irish Tithes,
437-Proposed Recognition of South
American States, 438-West India Co-
lonies, Sir R. Wilson, 439-France:
King's Speech, 568--Spain, 569--Success
of the Greeks, 570-House of Commons,
Alien Bill, 570-Education in Ireland,
Irish Roman Catholic Burials, 571-
Slave Trade Piracy Bill, 572-Fees at
Westminster Abbey, State of Ireland,
573-British Troops slain by the Ashan-
tees, 676-Spain: the amnesty-Insur-
rection in Portugal, 677-Departure of
Iturbide for Mexico, 678-Death of
Lord Byron, 679-Domestic; French
force at the Brazils; Employment of
the Poor in Ireland, 679-Budget, Irish
Church Establishment, 680-Salt Duty,
Judges' Salaries, 681-State of Ireland,
Leather Tax, 682-Charges against the
Duke of Manchester, House of Lords,
Pyramids, Mexican, 522.
Rahere, jester to Henry I., 399.
Ramsey, AM. account of, 657, note.
Recollections of Italy, 21.
Review: Memoirs of Rossini, 189-Hajji
Baba, 193 Prose by a Poet, 202-
Smyth's Memoir of Sicily and its Islands,
245 Sabbath among the Mountains, 290
-Batavian Anthology, 300-Byron's
Deformed Transformed, 315-Captain
Parry's Second Voyage, 474-Rose's
Translation of the Orlando Furioso, 623.
Rewards and Punishments, in education,
Ricardo, Mr., his services to Political
Economy, 308-his system of ditto, 341
-how far he is obscure, 344-distribu-
tion of his work, 346-his theory of
value, 547, 550-uses of his discovery
in Political Economy, 560.
Richard III. after the manner of the An-
cients, 603-Euripides, ib.-Sophocles,
Richter, John Paul, Analects from, 117—
Dream upon the universe, 242.
Rock, Capt. Memoirs of, review of, 583-
account of Rock, 593.
Rose, Mr., his Translation of Orlando Fu-
rioso, 623-its merits, 626.
Rosicrucians and Free-masons, origin of, 5
-rise and earliest records of, 140-dif-
ferent authors on, 148-J. a Campis,
Sperber, Brotoffer, and Maier, 148-
no lodges of the order, in Germany, 150.
Rossini, Memoirs of, 189-his appearance
at the Opera, 209-his wife Madame
Colbran Rossini, 210-his opera of Ugo,
Rosycross, Christian, account of, 142.
Royal Poets, 638-Henry VI. and VIII.
640-Adrian, David, 641.
Sabbath among the Mountains, review of,
Savages of North America, 386-state of
women among, 387.
Savings Banks, scheme of, recommended
by Persons the Jesuit, 622.
Schiller's Life, Part II., 1783-90, 37-
his Thalia, 40-Philosophic Letters, 41
--Don Carlos, 46—minor poems, 52
Ghost-seer, ib.-residence at Weimar,
53-History of the Revolt of the Ne.
therlands, 57-removes to Jena, 58.
Schools, new plan of government for, 414
-courts for trials, &c. in, 415.
Scott, Sir W., poetical imitations by, 278.
Seamen, pressing of, 139.
Self-sacrifice, dignity of man in, 121.
Sensuality, the characteristic of the poetry of
the present age, 425.
Seven Sleepers, legend of, 70.
Sexes, their powers compared, 293-their
conversational characteristics, 299.
Shakspeare, see Hamlet-his art in the
management of that character, 651-his
Richard III. imagined after the manner
of the Ancients, 603.
Shee, Mr., his letter relative to his tragedy
of Alasco, 313.
Ship, 313-picture of one when prize-
inoney has been paid, 137.
Sicily, and its Islands, 245-language,
250-Ægesta, 389 Palermo, 390 -
Scylla, 391- Fata Morgana, 392-fes-
tival of the Barra, ib.-Charybdis, 390
-the Latomiæ, 393.
Sketches of Paul Jones, 492.
Smith, Adam, his theory of Value, 348,
355-his Wealth of Nations, 354, note
-his distinction between nominal and
real value, 551, 554.
Smyth's memoir of Sicily, review of, 245.
Son and Heir, a Tale, 14.
Sophocles, supposed drama of Richard III.
Southey, poetical imitations of, 278.
Spanish, character, 382.
Tales Son and Heir, 14-Another Bode
for Bodenton, 71-The Pirate's Trea-
sure, 261-The Bride of Modern Italy,
Tarlton, R., the jester, 517.
Tasso, compared with Ariosto, 624.
Templars, Dialogues of three, on Political
Economy, see Political.
Templars, Knights, not the origin of the
Terentius Secundus, J. Lacy's reply to,
Theatre, importance attached to, in Ger-
Thurtell, trial of, 165-his address to the
court, 179-execution, 184.
Tragedy, no good one by a female, 92-
Tithes, the Quarterly Review on, 160.
defects of modern tragedy, 61, 274-
Mirandola, 275-Lord Byron's trage-
dies, 276-Poetic school of, 471-the
Rhetoric and Poetic Schools compared,
Trial of Thurtell and Hunt, for the mur-
der of Mr. Weare, 165.
Value, the doctrine of, in Political Eco-
nomy, 347-the principle of, 547-dis-
tinction between real and nominal value,
Van Butchell, Martin, 286.
Ver-Vert, Gresset's, 642, note.
Visit Incog. of the Devil to Ireland, 453.
Universal Reformation, account of that
Universe, Dream on the, 242.
University Degrees, 622.
Vondel, translation from, 300.
Wages, doctrine of, 351.
Walk to Pæstum, &c. 122-Pompeii, 123
-Nocera, 124 ancient temples, ditto-
La Cava and monastery, 125-Vietri,
Salerno, 127-ancient castle, 128-gal-
ley slaves, 129-conversation with a
shepherd, 130-Eboli, 131.
Warton, his hypothesis as to the Rowleian
Weare, Mr., narrative of his murder, 169.
Women, rarely gifted with genius, 296—
do not possess imagination in a greater
degree than men, 642.