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INDEX TO THE KALEIDOSCOPE.

SIXTH VOLUME.

A.
American poetry, 352_Sea serpent-see Serpent.

Apostate, the, by G. 172.
Amethy, Mr. anecdotes of, 149.
Anacreontic verses, 260.

Apparitions-see Preternatural Appearances.
ensements, whimsical, 101, 117.
Anagrams, good, 167.

Apprentices' and Mechanics' Libraries-see Libraries. stion and resolution, 117. Ancestors, luxuries of our, 197.

Aquatic life preservers-see Smith, Egerton ; see also Dogs. discoveries in, 295, 345, 354,-361, 392.

Anecdotes, Small Talk, 12, 15, 15, 21, 23, 29, 101, 117, Arithmetical genius, wonderful juvenile, 335. an ladies, 361-Africans' wrongs, verses, 344.

121, 122, 131, 143, 144, 149, 151, 167, 178, 208, 227, Astley, the late F. D. memoir of, 63. weig, the new opera of, 360.

248, 256, 289, 369, 382, 383, 387, 406, 425, 436-see Astronomical notices, 85, 189, 232, 260, 332, 336, 384– Linage, the late Mrs. 136. Kelly, and Reynolds.

see Comets, and Scientific. saader , Emperor of Russia, 227. Angling, by females, 420.

Atheist ,lines on an, 44. suundre , M. the ventriloquist, verses to, 100, 108, 116, Animal instinct, paper on, 7.

Attorneys never canonized, 128-Why called gentlemen, **-algebra, 112. Animal, huge marine, 423_Remains, 49—see Fossil.

200. Albough it grieved my soul to see," &c. 252. Animals, cruelty to-see Cruelty.

“ Auld lang syne," lines written on hearing an organ szer's verses to —, 244.

Antiquities, 9, 15, 21, 29, 104, 147, 189, 196, 197, 198, play, 60. Author, dull, verses addressed to a, 276. 12ea, South, wanderings in-see Waterton, Mr. C. 207, 222, 227, 260, 312, 318, 319, 327, 345, 382, 383. Autograph, danger of giving, 382.

B.
College tutor, metrical discourse of a, 28.

Enterprise, bold, 139.
Ballad, by G. 196.
Columbus, original letter of, 15.

Epigrams, 4, 12, 117, 117, 144, 180, 228, 276, 297, 12-
Balloon ascent at Plymouth, 173.

Comets discovered, and remarks on, 60, 84, 125, 189, 232, 432.
Bangor, &c. trip to see Menai Bridge.

260, 332, 353, 382.

Equestrian feats, remarkable, 198.
Banks, hints for rendering secure, 216, 224, 261-Insol. Comparison, in verse, 320.

Eskwood hall, a fragment, 83.
vent, useful information respecting, 256.
Complaint, the, by Chatterton, 44.

Etiquette between ladies and gentlemen, 284.
Barbarity, horrid case of, 263.
Confections, adulterations of, 239.

Evening hour (verses) 68.
Bath, Floating, of Liverpool, Tim Bobbin's whimsical Consumption, verses on, 236.

Evening, lines by Miss Hatfield, 164.
description of, 21.–Bathing, warm, 107.
Contest, fearful-see Death Wrestle.

Eyes, disordered, 126.
Bathos, a touch of the, 52.
Continent, travels on-see Travels.

Execution, details of an affecting one, preceded by a man
Beauty, lines on, 52.
Conundrumis-see Vive la Bugatelle.

riage, 48.
Beethoven, interesting notice of, 95.
Cook, Captain, interesting notice of, 251.

F.
Beetle, the Queen, 51.
Cookery, art of, 239.

Fable, in French (original) 404—Translation, 424.
Bell, Mr. Henry, letter from, 150.
Coquetry, letter on, 372.

Fanatics, incorrigible-see Southcotle.
Bell, singular and ancient, discovered, 260.
Cork swimming collar, 421-sce Smith, Egerton.

Farewell (stanzas) 320.
Belling the belles in Poland, 277.
Cough, lines on a, 84.

Farewell tribute to the spring, summer, &c. 156.
Belzoni, Mr. notices of, 191.
Country, stan zas written in the, 116.

Fashions, monthly-sce the first week of each month.
Bernadotte, anecdote of, 369.
Courage, remarkable instances of, 131, 139.

Fashionable shapes, 71.
Bertrand, Sir, a poem in three cantos, 388, 396, 416. Courier, Liverpool, critique on a poetical correspondent of Fashion, old school of, 89_Changes of—sec Ancestors.
Billiard match, 403.

the, 328.

Fastidiousness, modern, 426.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, 2, 2, 10, 19, 63, 121, 127, Cricket match near Liverpool, 45, 50.

Father, elegy on the death of, 20.
130, 165, 178, 191, 227, 242, 304, 313, 326, 334, 369, Cribbage, the number of fifteens at, 240, 248, 252, 268. Fellowship, definition of, 144.
406, 431.

Criticism, editorial, upon poetic bathos, 52–Grainmar and Ferriar, Dr. republication of his essay towards a theory of
Bird, ridiculous lines on the death of, and editorial notes,

education, 184—see Literature-Learned burlesque on, apparitions, 397, and succeeding pages.
52.

209_Criticism, professional (Cockney) 340.

Fever, treatment of, 143.
Birkenhead, lines on visiting the abbey of, 92.
Cromwell, Oliver, 361.

Fire, singular pun made during a, 131.
Birth-day ode, 132.

Cruelty to animals, lion and dog fight at Warwick, edito- Fire, dreadful, at Miramichi, 202.
Bituminous wood, 435.

rial, &c. animadversons on, 36, 37, 48, 56, 61,

“ Fireside, my own," (verses) 188.
Blackberry jam, 361.
Crusades, origin of the, 9.

Flight, rapid, of birds, 51.
Blanc, Mount, and Geneva, 262—Successful attempt to Crusaders, the tale of, selections from, 4, 6, 10, 12, 30. Fine Arts, the, 64—see Theatre.
reach the sumınit of Mount Blanc, 104, 167.
Cubic equations, 112, 136, 304.

Fishing-sce Angling.
Blind, school for the, in Liverpool, 248.
Cuff's improved sewers or water courses, 76.

Floating-slip or landing-place, with an engraving, 91.
Blind watchmaker, 167.
Cupid's modern artillery, 284.

Floating Bath, of Liverpool-see Bath.
Blistered feet, cure for, 83.
Currents of the ocean, 78.

Flood, general, evidence of, 67.
Bloody vest, poetry, from the Crusaders, 4.

D.

Flour, test for, 83.-Flower, Emma, Darrative of, 368.
Blue stocking, definition of, (epigram) 4.
Daisy, field (verses to) 360.

Folly of pride, and pride of folly, 94.
Boat, new and safe elastic, 140.

Deaf and dumb, education of the, 853, 422, 430_Gentle. Foresters, the new novel of the, 131.
Bologna, &c. visit to, 298.

man, anecdote of, 387.

Fossil elk of Ireland, immense, with an engraving, 49.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, anecdotes of, 431.
Death, verses on, 260, 304, 304.

Fossil remains, 67, 115, 128.- Fragment (original) 104.
Bon mots, 131, 356—see Anecdotes.- Bon vivant, 43.

Death, lines on, by G. 124–Of a little boy, lines on, 140. Franklin, Captain, biographical sketch of, 19-Accounts
Boot-jack, new and simple, 223.

Death struggle or wrestle, an interesting record, 297. from, 423.
Bore, hunian, 337.-Botanical rarity, 32.
Deciding without hearing, 117, 304, 368.

Free trade-see Huskisson.
Bouquet, lines by G. to a, 148.
Delia, lines by Burns, 304.

French, translations from, 263, 316--see Edreard-Fable,
Boyne Water, a new novel, 389.
Delightful hope! by G. 36.

original-see Fable-Words, query respecting, 268-
Bravery and humanity, 256.
Denham and Clapperton's travelssee Africa.

Fable (original) 404—Epigram (original) 432.
Bread, adulterated, test for, 90.-Brewing, cheap, 252.
Desert, the (original translation) 228.

Friendship, original essay on, 20Friendships, early, 23.
Brighton, New-see Dublin.
Deserters, the, from Blackwood's Magazine, 295.

G.
Britannia, figure of, on the halfpence, origin of, 208.

Despoiler, the (verses) 92-Despondens, stanzas by, 140. Gaming, editorial remarks on, 73— Interesting narrative
Brother's advice to his sister, 312.
Devil's tree, 131.--Diamond cut diamond, 311.

of the dreadful effects of, 73–Anecdote, 425.
Brothers, the, a story, by Schiller, 429.

Diorama (the) in Liverpool, 128_Of Chartres' cathedral, Gardens, hanging, at Limerick, 105–Of Babylon, 106.
Brunswick, trip to (translation from the German, 65, 74,

lines on the, 352.

Garrick, anecdote of, 117.
82, 89.—Bulls, 143.
Dirge in verse, 424.-Divisor wanted, 200.

Geneva and Mount Blanc, 262.
Burlesque on criticism, 209.
Dogs, singular anecdotes respecting, 30, 233— Natural Geology, original papers on,

373.
Burmese imperial state carriage, 182.

history of, 168—Anecdotes of, 283–Sug to train, Gerard's (Mr.) Letters in Rhyme, critique on, and ex-
Burying club, curious preamble to the laws of, 403.

to save drowning persons, 429.

tracts in prose and verse, 161, 177, 180-Appeal in fa.
Byron,"Lord, anecdotes of, 151, 242, 260–Last portrait Doloribus amoris (verses) 312.
of, 312–Interesting notice of, 323—Fac-simile of the Donnybrook fair, Wandering Bob's account of, 88.

vour of, 305.

German, original translations from the, 65, 74, 82, 89_
writing of, 353.
Draughts, game of, singular position at, 165.

Literature, 254, 258, 271, 279, 291.
C.
Dramatical critiques— see Theatrical.

Ghost of an arm-chair, 240_Ghosts, &c.—see Preterna.
Cæsar's time and place of landing in Britain, 312. Dream, the (verses) 260_Of the heart, 92—Essay on, 307. tural dppearances.
Calomel, precautions respecting, 173.
Dress and fashion, old school of, 88.

Gibbon, Mr. republication of his essay on the study of
Canal, editorial project for cutting through Ireland, 100. Dressmakers' hours-see Labour.

Literature, 70, 94, 181, 198, 237, 244, 261, 275, 285.
Capital and profit, 204–see Profil.
Dropsy, alleged cure for, 211.

Gibbon's (M', Mrs.) dispute with the Liverpool managers,
Caradori, Madame, lines on hearing, 148.
Drunkenness, original letters on, 81, 185.

188.-Gibraltar, and its siege, 78, 87.
Cave or caverns, singular, 173, 177, 187.
Dublin marine villas, 93.

Glenco, “ The curse of God and Glenco," 63.
Charades, &c.-see Vive la Bagatelle.
Dumb creation, a word or two in behalf of, 428.

Goodwin Sands, curious particulars respecting, 167.
Charles I. pen-portrait of, 123.
Dumb and deaf education of the, 353, 422, 430.

Goose, the (verses) 148.
Charles the Second's freaks, 211.
Dun, origin of the word, 197.

Governess, requisites for a, 35.
Charlotte, Princess, cenotaph of, 139.
Dysentery, alleged cure for, 90.

Grammar, letters of Mr. Macgowan on, 128, 156.
Cheny, Dr. creed of, in verse, 276.
Dying infant (poetry) 220.

Grammatical puzzle, 268-see Thai--Accuracy, Criticism,
Child, beloved, G.'s lines to the memory of, 860.

E.

&c. 128, 137, 156, 160, 176, 184, 192, 223, 384, 384, 392,
Child playing in a churchyard (verses) 180.
E-, lines addressed to, by Allan, 76.

Grave of Cromie, by G. 220.
Childhood, reminiscences of, 188.
Earth and its inhabitants, 168-see Geology.

Gretna Green marriages, 195.-Grease spots, 117.
China, Chinese mode of mending, 143.
Eastern petition, 311.-Eccentric character, 227.

Gymnasia recommended to the Liverpool people, 16, 21,
Cholera morbus, alleged cure for, 117.
Edgeworth's (Miss) Harry and Lucy, 245.

221-Gymnastic games, with engravings, 221, 225-Re-
Christ, interesting notice of, 103.

Edith, an original poem, in three cantos, 296, 344, 368. commended, 428.
Christmas ancient customs, 222—Recreations-see Vive la Education, letters on, by Mr. Macgowan and others, 80

H.
Bagatelle.

Popular, 103, 108, 113, 120, 136, 137, 152—Burlesque Hammersley, Miss, 61.
Chess, select situations at the game of (in each number) on, 113–At New Lanark, 201-0f deaf and dumb, Happiness, dream of, 304.
Liverpool and Leeds match, 116, 148, 168_Queries, 353—see Hazlewood, and Owen.

Harp, Jew's, editorial remarks on, 300.
157-Challenges, 168, 168, 168, 168, 172, 184, 188, EDWARD, a new French novel, by the author of Ourika, Haynes's (Mr.) dressing.case, 311.
232, 384_Errata, 181.

original translation of, expressly for the Kaleidoscope, Hazlewood academy, system of education at, editorial
Chronometers, marine, improved, 78, 101.

264, 265 (and the subsequent numbers) to page 342. comments on, 25-Details of, 25, 108.
Chymical query, 136, 144.
Egypt, curious particulars respecting, 159.

Heat, extraordinary, which the human body can bear, 415,
Clapperton and Denham's travels-see Africa.
Elephant, anecdotes of the, 123—Hunt, 382.

Hedgehog and snake, 19.
Classical criticism, 184, 192, 215--sce Literature, and Elizabeth, Queen, coquetry of, 139.

Henry, Prince (afterwards Henry V.) letter of, 198.
Criticism.
Elk, fossil-sce Fossil

Hermit, 319.-Herodicus (from the French) 316.
Clidesthrough castle, 379.-Clubs, doggerel song on, 124. Emmeline. by Nathan, 64.

Highland chiefs, death-wrestle between, 297.
Coach, new safety, 196.-Coals, economy in, 143. Emmett, Mr. parting interview between and his betrothed, Hillary's (Sir W.) steam life-boat, 129.
Cockney pun, 56-Rebus, 92.

403,-End (the word) series of puns upon, 227.

Holland, New, accounts from, 15.
Cockles, live, in peat moss, 197.
Enigmas, &c.—see Vive la Bagatelie.

Home-brew'd ale (verses) 326.

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Honeymoon, whimsical article on, 264.
Living, good, whimsical remarks on, 109.

Nathan, original paper by, 16.
Hisse chesnut (verses) 116.
Local notes, mode of rendering safe, 216.

NATURALIST'S DIARY for each month, 7, 14, 36, &c.
Horsemanship-see Equestrian Feats.

Locomotive pneumatic engine, 388_Steam engine and NATURAL HISTORY, 7, 15, 19, 21, 30, 49, 109, 115, 128,
Horai, eure of the cholic in, 31-English, remarks on, horses, editorial article on, 393.

168, 197, 319.
52, 63.
Lochandu, a tale of the 18th century, 10.

Negro sermon, 29.
Hopes of man (lines) 236.-Hot day described, 67. London lyrics, 260.

Nelson, Lord, interesting anecdote of, 211.
HOCJEWIFE, the (collection of recipes, &c.) 71, 83, 90, Lord's prayer versified, 344.

New Brunswick described by a correspondent, 93.
117, 126, 135, 143, 173. 239, 252, 311, 361, 375, 423. Lovat, Lord, anecdote of, 101.

Newspapers, remarks upon, 31.
** Hər like an ice-bolt," lines by G. 44.

Love, lines on, by G. 228--And beauty (verses) 268. Nine, the number, singular property of, 24.
Haren sorrow and human sympathy, 219.
Luminous plants in mines, 303_Fish, &c. 420.

Noon scene, American poetry, 352.
Huanity and bravery, 256.

Lusus naturæ, 21, 40—see Natural History.
Hure's essay on history (query ?) 184.
Luxuries of our ancestors, 197.

0.

Oberon, the new opera, 339.
Hanter, John Dunn, the traveller, supposed to be a lite-

M.
Lry impostor, 257, 276.

Ocran, currents of the, 78.
Huskisson, Mr. speech of, on free trade, 303.
Madness, juvenile, 111.

" Oh! thou art as fair," &c. by Amator, 41.
Magic Ring, the, a romance, 185.
Hydrophobia, alleged cure for, 40, 112_Letter from a

Olympic Theatre, Liverpool, opening of, 284.
disbeliever in, 72.-Hysterics and longing, 123.
Magnet, the (verses) 196.

Ophthalmic Infirmary, 171.
Mahmaud Ali, sketch of, 369.
I & J.

Oratory, whimsical specimens of dinner, 5.
Maid, Old, of Erin, letters from, 40.

Organist, letters on the duty of an, 420, 436.
* I saw his crimson plume," &c. 434.
Maiden's rock, a pathetic tale, 435.

Orthographical specimens, 63.
Iceland moss, bread from, 361.
Manchester, primitive manners of, 191.

Ourang Outang, account of a, 19.
Identity, corporeal, 51.
Maniac's grave (verses) 228.

Owen, Mr.-see Lanark, und Education.
Jena, university of, 279.

Margaret, verses to, 432.
Jessy (stan zas) 320.
Maria, lines to, 252.

P.
Jesse, the flower of Dumblaine, 382.
Marriages at Grerna Green, 195.

Pacific, discovery of a new island in, 379.
Jessica, by G. 188.
Mask, iron, man in the, 277.

Painter, anecdote of an enraged, 123.
Jesuits, remarks on, 324.
Matrimonial conversation, 216–Satire, 264.

Palingenius, Marcellus, specimen of, 172.
Je='s-harp, editorial remarks on, 300.
Matthews's (Mr.) Trip to America, 286.

Parr, Dr, and Lord Byron, 260.
Illuminated fish, &c. 420.
Maxims, 243.

Parry's (Captain) expedition, 141, 154.
Impostor, literary, presumed, 257, 270_see Hunter.
Meat, tainted, how to restore, 126.

Pasty, immense, 356.
Improvisatrice, selections from, 100.

Mechanics' and Apprentices Libraries-see Libraries Patents, monthly—see first or second week in each month.
Iodigestion, and eating too fast, 252.

Institutes, 137see Education, and Wilson-Burlesque Paul. St. thought to have preached in Wales, 29.
In sects, fecundity of, 319.

on, 112.
Insolvent debtors' act, 372.
Medical library recommended, 104.

Paul's and Peter's cathedrals compared, 60.
Instinct, perverted, curious facts, 7.
Medical phenomenon, 23.

Paul Pry, the new play, plot of, 375.
Ittemperancesce Drunkenness.
Mediterranean sea, Gibraltar, &c. 78.

Pepys, Mr. Samuel, extracts from the memoirs of, 2, 211.
Interment, premature, 144.
Memory, lines by G. 424.

Persia, security of property in, 277.
INVESTIGATOR—see Political Economy.
Menai Bridge, Bangor, North Wales, &c. trip to, 41, 50, Peter Piper (alliteration) 232.

Persian ambassador, 311, 311.
Joint-stock companies, 30.

58.
Hones, Thomas Cambria, verses by, 376.
Mermaid, South Sea, 143.

Peter's, St. Church, at Rome, described, 378.
Ireland, marine villas recommended—see Brighton-Edi- Meteorological table-see each week.

Peter's and Paul's cathedrals compared, 60.
torial plan for cutting a canal through, 93, 100-Hang. Meteors, 151.

Phantom voice, 169.
ing gardens at Limerick, 105.
Mice used in a tread-mill, 15.

Phrenology, paper on, 380—Humorous letter on, 401.
- l-ish cunning and mental reservation, 29—A touch of the Microscopic objects, interesting paper on, 95.

Physic, fashions in, 147.
genuine, 61-Elk, 67, 115-Wakes, 123.
Milk dairies in Dublin, 126.

Picture, ancient, in Pompeii, engraving of, 327.
Ima mask, man in the, 277.
Milion's treatise on the Christian doctrine, 34.

Pier, improved sliding, 136~-see Slips.
e. Ladd, inbabited, discovered in the Pacific, 379.

Milton and Dante, 171.

Pinkerton, Mr. the geographer, 326.
lu'an language, 152—And literature, 152, 232.
Miracles, 144.

Plagiarists and literary cheats, editorial remarks, 257, 270,
Italy, travels in, 266—sce Travels.
Miramichi, dreadful fire at, 202.

276.
Jonias, inquiry respecting the author of the letters of, 1- Money, changes in the value of, 412.

Plants, luminous, in mines, 303.
| Editorial investigation respecting, 1.
Months-sce Naturalist's Diary.

Play, translation of a new French-see Spaniards.
bridical institutionssee Lare.
Moody, verses written by, 76.

Pleasure, lines on, by G. 404.
Iranboe, doggerel pun on, 108,
Moon, volcanic appearances in the, 351.

Pneumatic engine for propelling carriages, &c. 388.
K.
Moonlight walk (verses) 432.

Podology, a new science, 63, 112.
: leeffe, (Mr. O') the dramatist, 242.
Mouse tread-mill, 15.

Poet, indifferent, hint to an, 276.
- Kelly, Michael, reminiscences of, 165, 173, 178.
Moustache, interesting story of, 233.

POETRY, original and select-see each number.
King, coronation of, historical query respecting, 232, 240. Moth, immense, 197.

Poison, alleged antidote to, 71.
ling, Captain, voyages of, 345.
Mothers, hints to, 90.

Political EconoMY, 88, 106, 115, 127, 134, 150, 157,
L.
Mount Pleasant, Mr. Roscoe's poem of, 376.

162, 175, 179, 186, 194, 204, 215, 218, 231-see Huse

kisson.
verses to, 244.

Mountain ash, beverage from the, 45.
Labour and business, recommendation to abridge, 80- Mountains, distance at which they can be seen, 167.

Polypus in the nose, 423.

Pompeii, interesting notices of, 104, 318 (with an engrav.
see Shop_85, 96_Wages, &c. in former days, 189— Mozart, anecdotes of, 167.
see Wages.
Mummy, Egyptian, i89.

ing, 327) 390.
o Ladies' Charity ball, at Liverpool, 208.

Music, viz.—Rousseau's Dream, to words relative to the Popular instruction ridiculed, 84—Popular games,221,225.
Lanark, Nev, outline of the system of education at, 201, fate of Mungo Park, 5–March, by Mr. C. Harding, of Population, wages, labour, &c.—see Political Economy.
210, 217, 229, 239, 243, 255, 259, 270.

Chester, 13~Air, by Beethoven, 22—Ditto, 31–Air, Porson, jeu d'esprit by, 117.
Landlord and tenant, law of, 208, 216.

by Wilms, of Berlin, 53—" It was a form of beauty Potato, the mealy, 345.
Langlands, Baron of Wilton, story of, 88.
bright," 86—" I have a silent sorrow here," 102– Preternatural appearances, presentiments, &c. editorial

remarks on, 332, 340, 357, 365,
Languages or tongues, number of, 203.
Haydn's Hymn to the Emperor, English words, 110–

85–Letters pro and
Law, impremptu on, 12–Reflections on, by W.57.
Rose d'amour et de bonheur, 118–Quadrille, by Mr.

con, 324, 332, 339, 339, 348, 348, 356, 357, 358, 365,
Le bons temp: viendra," original paper so called, 16. Cohad, 126_Original Quadrille, 133—Le Désert, 142

366, 367, 384, 335, 386, 392, 397, 399, 400, 409, 411,
i learning and extraordinary talents, 12.

412, 413, 417, 425, 428, 434.
-Jewish Chant, 165—" What can a young lassie do ?”
Libraries for Mechanics and Apprentices, Liverpool, 8 190—Der Freischutz, 206, 214, 230, 238–Miss Paton's Prices of beer, wages, and other articles in 1553, 382, 396.
Angoal report of, 285.-Females, 280, 284-Address

Waltz, 246—Weber's Swabian Beggar's Song:

255- Proclamation, old whimsical Scotch, 207.

Pride of folly, and folly of pride, 97.
celivered at, 300.

God Save the King, newly arranged by Mr. Webbe, Profit on capital, 194, 204, 214, 218, 231.
tote, remarks on, 21.

269–J'aimais une jeune Bergère, 290.- Favourite
life beyond the grave, 434.

Spanish Air, arranged by Steibelt, 307-- A Round, by Puffing, original letter on, 96.

Providence turtle and Alderman Curtis, 117.
bie-boat (steam) proposed by Sir W. Hillary, 129—And Mr Harding, 313—Partant pour la Syrie, 329—Test of
safety.boat, elastic, 140_ Modes of preserving, at sea, Love, by Weber, 337—Waltz, by Mr. George Har: Pump for the stomach, 241—see Syringe.
150.

greaves, 362—“Will you buy my Radishes ?" by P. Punch, the foreign, M. Mazurier, 149.
be preserver-see Smith, Egerton ; see also Dogs Stubbs, 383–Kaleidoscope waltz, by X.X.Y. of Liver: Punch and wine, 382.
ghi froen animal matter, plants, &c.--sce Luminous. pool, 397—Chinese Air, 415_French Air, arranged for Puns, 108, 131, 177, 180, 188, 211, 229, 260, 297, 356–

Punctuation, complete system of, 297.
ad limerick bells, a pathetic narrative, 110.

the Kaleidoscope, 433.
bio fight-see Cruelty to Animals.
Musical critiques, 164–Editorial, 216– Invention for ma. Putnam, Mr. the lecturer on elocution, 172.

Ocular or literary squinting, 177.
So baterary squirting, 177— Trifling, 235.

nufacturing tunes, 240-Instrument, new-see Schultz.
TERATURE, CRITICISM, &c. 1, 34, 94, 121, 137, 161,

Puzzles, &c.-see Vive la Bagatelle.
1871. 193, 429— see Gibbon.

N.

Pyramids of Egypt, origin, design, and religious uses of, 9.
berature, on the study of, by Gibbon, republished in the Naples, travels in, 209, 371-see Continent.

Q.
Kileidoscope-see Gibbon.
Napoleon, notices of, 334.

Quadrille, modern (verses) 296.
pool Royal Exhibition, 72—Literary and scientific Narratives, Stories, &c. 6, 15, 42, 51, 83, 88, 110, 117, Quarter, giving, origin of the term, 425.
Baztution recommended, 282-Apprentices' and Me. 139, 153, 169, 185, 199, 222, 233, 256, 263, 297, 304, Query respecting words vulgarly deemed monosyllables in
cuies' Library-sce Libraries.
429, 435, 436.

the French, 268.

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