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GENERAL INDEX

TO VOL. II.

271

A pebble
BBEY of Irrelagh
258 Charity, from Fuller

204
26.1 Chateaubriand

476
Address to Kemble, the tragedian 143 Chemical matches

80
Aged Author
309 Cheselden and the convict

9:12
Ainsworth’s Latin Dictionary, revised by China, embassy to,

288, 329, 382
Cary, notice of
160 Choiseul, Count de

497
Alcohol from potatoes

440 Circumcision
All Saints
150 Cocoa oil

483
All Souls
151 Cotfee, its first introduction

146
American Wonders
103 Coffee, its virtues

23
Amherst's, Lord, embassy to China 31 Cognoscenti puzzled

397
Amusements of Young Men
910 Col de Balme

177
Ancient ceremony
352 Coleridge's Biographia Literaria

65
Ancient Scottish Customs
381, 474 Colter the llunter

379
Anecdote of the Elephant

396 Comparison of Kean, Kemble and Cooke 293
Sheridan
$97 Conange, monsieur de

134
Anecdotes of Mozart's childbood 230 Conquest of Taranto, notice of

18+
-- Emperor Joseph 2d. 269 Conscience, from South

934
Anecdotes of the dog
410, 451 Contemporary authors

119
Animal Magnetism
160 Conversion of St. Paul

273
Animal sagacity
410, 451 Cooke, the tragedian

293
Annunciation B. V. M.

430 Cooke, Capt. real cause of his death 351
Apswer to a Query

104 Cornucopiæ

103, 133, 182, 267, 351
Anthropophagi, or cannibals

216 Countess of Luzberg and Bonaparte 91
Antipathy of the Romans to perfumes 150 Craniad

409
Antipathies
476 Cruelty to animals

483
Aplin, Admiral
487 Cultivation of Literature

81
Apollonicon Organ
200 Cupid and Psyche

382, 160
Arbuthnot, capt. of the Avon
188 Curran's Life

946
Artificial coogelation
481 Czerny Georges

977
Artificial navigation

397
Ash Wednesday.
356 Dance in Spanish America

103
Atmosphere at different seasong

.482 Danger of quick medicions
Austen, Jane

135
488 Dauphin, (Louis XVIIN

David's picture of Cupid and Psyche 160,32
Baillie, Joanna, memoirs of

388 Davy, sir Humphrey, &c.
Barberry Bush

29 Death on the pale horse, West's picture Si
Bassoon
135 Death of the Princess Charlotte

3.2
Beauties of French scenery

446 De Courci, a new poem
Beauty and good sense in females 448 Deleterious eflects of Opium
Beaufort's Voyage to Asia Minor 97,129 Denham, the joet, his character
Beet, curious particular in

32 Dey of Tripoli's present to the Regent
Belgian
85 Dieppe, its harbour

160
Birmingham Riots

36,71 Disposal of time
Bonaparte and Murat
91 Dispute for precedeoce

93.7
Bonaparte, anecdotes of

135 Distillation from potatoes
Manuscript speech of 186 Diving Bell, accident by the
and St. Helena

344 Dom Raphael's Travels
Botanical effects of climate
236 Drama

149, ir
Bottle sook in the ocean

28 Drunkenness, reasons for practising it 61
Bourdeaux and its environs

218 Duchess d'Angouleme
Bradbury's travels in America

462 Duchess of Devonshire
Brazil, history of

362 Dufief's Nature displayed in London
British embassy to Pekin

91
Brun's, Mrs. Letters from Rome

1
Burning Bush

98 Earthquake at the Caraccas
Burying in church-yards
264 Easter Day

492
Byron's Poetry, nature of
282 Easter Eve

432
Byron's Style criticised
242 Easter Sunday at Rome

1

Easter Monday
Canine pathology

410,451 East India Missions
Canova's Cupid

149 Economy of Freuch Cookery
Caraboo's Life, notice of

160, 200 Edgeworth's Life, notice of
Carey on a Coffee simmerer

25 Elegants of the 18th and 19th century 168
Carrol, James
488 Elephant, anecdotes of

306
Cazalet

487 Elephant's trip to the fair
Chalmer's Discourses, potice of

160 Embassy of China, by lord Amherst 288,329,352
Chamber of love
456 Ember week

35
Change of manners in Scotland

981 Encouragement to population
Characters, manners and customs of Jodia 333 Encyclopedia Metropolitana

134
Characters of mesd. de Stael and de Geplis 9 English literature, pre: ent state of
Charcoal, dangerous use of

484 English poetry, present state of 917, ?12, 42

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335, 422

421

.", Society, sketches of 919, 412 Kean the tragedian

186, 293
“Any
972 Keat's poems

50
104 Kemble the tragedian

143, 185, 293
a on public credit
80 Kosciusko, memoir of

308
* Dontein

144 Kotzebue's voyage round the world 214, 244
Ett ro ogical Anecdote
332 Kotzebue, A. Von

236
117.gliours

434
Il fruits and flowers
62 La Fayette

91
1,1 ts ments with sugar

483 L'Ape Italiana
Lion in a coal mine, near Durham 190 Lalande and de Stael

103
Innop of knowledge

237 Lancaster on further improvements in ed-
Pritli of the universe
482 ucation

57
Liation of heat
482 Laroche Jaqueline

236
Landanum

488
Family medicines, fatal effects of 240 Laroche Jeaqueline, anecdote of 476
Emale benevolence

481 Legends of Lainpidosa 5, 85, 171, 324, 401
Ierale influence
308 Le Savant a Table

237
Ispomale heroism

28 Letters to a mother on the management of
pentr professor
486 children

460
few si barbarisın

434 Letter of madame de Stael to Talma 155
*e man, or popular preacher 254 Letters from London, III, 176, IV. 208, V.
Foto preserved in sea voyages

481

248, VI. 442
fore en affectation

236 Letters from a Swiss Traveller in America 209
FPby lady Morgan, notice of 61 Letters from Rome, by Mrs. Brun

1
til 'in's correspondence

398 Letters from a father to his son 20, 51, 136, 210
Tree of fortune
481 Letter from David Hume

352
French cookery, its econoiny
19 Loaves in Herculaneum

482
Finn Anecdotes
133 Locusts

59
Lien Revolution, new work by de Stael 199 London Literary Intelligence 319, 320
1990 Manners
218, 436 Lord de Grey, or the stoic

283
1 tip Jostitute
398 Lord Mayor's day

151
1 stre'r and South, selections from their Louis XVIII. and the husbandman 65

32, 233 Love and Madness, a romance 47, 107, 304
i nado, the Jew
488 Lucian, Saint

272
Luminous Landscapes

396
237 Lycidas

309
kwali, madame de, her character

9, 160

272 Madeira, description of
Griers of Chamouni
44 Magnetism

909
den Fleece
358 Magazine Day in London

79
ide: Torques
475 Management of children

460
priday
1, 432 Man his own horse

148
"On Theatres
474 Mary, queen of Scots

356
inuir, cont de Choisen)
487 Marmion

200
tragedy, by Mullver
251 Match-making in England

183
Maundy Thursday

430
i mrmoirs of
204 Mechanical powers of navigation

120
prosent state of
991 Mellish, colonel, his life

486
t's characters of Shak peare 65 Memoir of Talma, the French Garrick 33
", Sarah

488
Madame de Stael

66, 154
11o Provence

456
Robert Southey, esq.

189
Tid firmness

483
Count de St. Morya

199
mass, mental effects of

13
Schiller the poet

196
bishop

272
William Hutton

35, 71
her turned thief

397
Thomas Moore,

152
Flisard the Philanthropist

273
Haydu the composer

9?4
ilauan ear, work on the

240
Werner, the Geologist

273
Art'in Countess Boufflers

332
Princess Charlotte

312
*10 ming Bird

104
Jobo Philpot Curran

316
ligu, inemoirs of

35, 71
Joanna Bai ie

388
- General Kosciusko

391
Turis
311 Mental weakpess

435
'inds
406 Mental effect of High Mass

13
og stion of obscute proverbs 30, 116, 150 Mericourt the regicide

488
1:100ce of air in the production of life 116 Messier the Astronomer, his life

485
stry
482 Midlent Sunday

428
..., method of preseiving
200 Miraculous image at Halle

241
pior beat of the earth
32 Missioos in the East Indies

8
-18.310n by Insects
483 Modera wonders

309
394 Modern Greece

459
is van Novels

333, 429 Modern power of music
Modern farmer's daughter

219
At firev, Francis, esq. character of 426 Monument to Hofer, Palm, &c.

236
Inanny', M. the provincial Talma 235 Monument to persons killed by charcoal 484
154.pl II. of Germany
269 Mountain scenery in Switzerland

178
eng Suillens, Dr.
494 Mozart's' Requiem, account of

180
ilon identified, notice of

159
Childhood, anecdotes of

23)
Muharebespa, their sreogib
97 Mu-te by Mozart

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397

Naiad, a poetic tale
443 Sacrificing a black Pig

474
Napoleon pient par lui-meme
398 Saint David's day

428
Narrative of a voyage to New Zealand 121,296 Saint Gregory

4.9
Naturalist's diary, Jan. 310, Feb. 293, Mar. 469 Saint Patrick

499
Needlework by machines
482 Saint Agatha

356
Neglected Biograph y
309 Saint Valentine

358
New marine animals

80 Saint Blaise
New magnetic power
80 San Sebastian, description of

422
New coffee House in Paris
150 Scottish custom

473
New Historical work

151 Scott's poems,
criticism on

361
New Prophetess

151 Scandal
New-Year's day

271 Schiller the poet, sketch of
Nicholas's voyage
191, 296 Service of Swallows

RO
Notices of new books

80, 159 Shrove Tuesday
Nothing but French

111 Sheridan, anecdote of
November seven

309 Shakspeare
Shakspeare and his times

413
Ostrich

151 Shillibeer's voyage to Pitcarin's Island 419
Old picture at Epping,

353 Similarities in ancient and modern writings 5.3
Orfila's Chemistry, notice of
160 Sincerity

29.)
Original letter on beauty and good sense 446 Singularities

269
Osman, a poem
445 Skating

395
Oxford Encyclopedia, notice of
199 Sketches of Bath

1993
Sketches of London society

168, 412
Palm Sunday

430 Sketches of Swiss scenery 45,110, 177
Paradise, an eastern legend
308 Sketch of Kemble and Keun

185, 185
Parallel to nadame Lavalette
28 Snow, its nature

31:)
Parisian, or legends of Lampidosa 5 Southey, remarks on
Parisian anecdotes

91 Southey's history of Brazil
Parisian Hospitals

95 Southcott's followers
Patent blacking

481 Southey the poet, memoirs of
Percy, duke of Northumberland
485 South Ainericao liberality

16:3
Perfumes, antipathy of the Romans to 150 Spaniard, a Legend

17!
Perpetua

429 Speech of Bonaparte
Petrified beach of Selinty

131 Siael, mariame de, her character 9, 66, 154
Philadelpbia, account of

253 Steam engines, explosion of
Phrosyne, a Grecian tale

478 Stevenson's paper to the Royal society 16
Pictures on painted glass
29 Stone, cure for the

113
Picturesque Tour, notice of

159 Stuart, Dugald, memoirs of
Pirates, descendants of the Lacedemonians 131 Subject of an Italian tragedy
Pitcairn's Island

419 Sucking tish
Pleasures of a virtuous life

235 Sufferings of the French Royal Family 125
Plough Monday
116 Sultana Valide

481
Poison of Vipers
483 Superstition

41, 94!
Poisoning the sick Freoch
91 Swallow-tribe, observations on

15
Poole, col. James

488 Swiss Traveller in America 209, 253, 299
Portlock, capt. N.

488
Potash from potatoes

440 Talma, memoirs of, from larly Morgan
Potatoes
439 Tarsus, the birth place of Paul

13
Power of Music

4 Taste in female dress
Preceptor's assistant, notice of

159 Tavistock Canal
Predictions

30 Tea, its tirst introduction
Present state of the Turco Greekish Tiger bont

Dh
provinces

129 Travels in America

209, 259. 299
Prodigies
55 Theatrical amusements

365
Punctuality

135 Thoen': Narrative of his sufferings
Purification B. V.M.
354 Time's Telescope for January

271

February
Quack medicines

88

March

428
Quassia, its virtues

30 Tombs, extract from Fuller
Queen of Scots Ring
481 Travels in America

162
Quinquagesima
354 Tuckey, captain

481
Rachel, a tale
65 Valentine's day

35S
Ramazan, the

99 VARIETIES, critical, literary and historical
Regulations of steam boats

159

28, 62, 116, 144, 239, 308, 396, 474
Revel's Statement
91 Vegetables, number of known

135
Reynolds, Sir Joshua
273 Vincent, saint

273
Rhubarb, substitute for fruit
263 Virtues of Coffee

93
Ring of the queen of Scots
481 Vow of the pheasant

475
Riots in Birmingbain
36, 71 Voyage round the world

214, 211
Rivers, fresh and salt water

160
Roads
Robinson Crusoe, true account of

482 Wanderer, chap. i. 100, chap. ii. 125, chap.

63
Rosemary

iii. 342, chap. iv. 375

311 Waterloo Bridge
Russian anecdote
435 Werner, the geologist

279
Rutland Cavern

148 West's new picture

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Anacreontic

477 Lines on the imprisonment of Tasso 238

Answer to Grey's Sonnet

278 Lomond's Isle

117

Artist's Institution, address of the, a poem 17 Loo Table

917

Arab's tent

436 Love and Folly

117

Asteria rocking the cradle

400

Bee, to the

438 Memory of Sophia

278

Beisold this ruin! 'twas a skull

438 Minstrel's Meed

38

Blest was mankind in kingly Saturn's days 317 Morning, a fragment

435

Breathes there a soul in this gay scene of

Moslem bridal song

316

pleasure

318 My little Room

280

Burial of Sir John Moore

78 Navigation, the, by Gesner

479

Byron's Lament of Tasso
26 New-Year

277

Caraboo

139 Night

199

Chatterton, lines by
239 No tales of love to you I send

358
Dead sea
436 Ode on Kemble, by Campbell

158

Death of Hofer

157 Ode to memory

38

Death Song

477 Ode to the memory of Samuel Webbe 79
Dirge on the Fuueral of the Princess

Old man's song

316
Charlotte
438 Old musical instrument

400
Disappointed Hope

16 Ode to memory
Doctor and his Mediciąe chest

118 O melancholy bird, a winter's day 359

Druid and wilch

417 On being told to remember

280

Edward's Urn

39 On the death of a child

280

Elrgy of Tibullus

317 Paraphrase of psalm xc.
Epitaph for Hon. Mr. Erskine
279 Pearl Island

359
Epitaph to an unfortunate young lady 318 Poem to the memory of a young lady 233

Power of Poetry

77
Farrell, oh be my parting tribute paid 40

15, 17
Provence, autumnal evening in

Prussian Frontier Eagle

199

Farewell to the World

198

in Sorrows

40 Queen Louisa of Prussia

157

ment of an unpublished poein 240 Recipe for making a woman

40

panj Negro

318 Relies from Waterloo

279

Tirpiman in the air balloon

318 Roundelay

298

Grk of the Convict
479 Ruling passion

199

Vu L isignan

359 Ruins of Jerusalem

316

Hall of Flowers

399 Songs

318

que-Bye, a romantic tale

480 Sonnet to a bird

359

ir of peril

18 Soldier's widow

360

1.67" weet is day when lullid to rest 117 Sonnet, by Gray

278

Ismerite, to an

400 Sonnet to Phæbus

436

399

La's, by Schiller

Liiv, Moschus

477

Stern Winter hence remores, &c. 473

Elitlove, or the Kiss

159 Sweet scented flower! who art wont to

10 tude of man

199

bloom

311

Litctual Enjoyment
198 The heart's a sweet but mild flower 158

438

Joyed Grief

The sparks that shoot from beauty's eyes 479

•3403t of Tasso, a poem, by Byron 26

This blooming world is but a thorúy bower 79

Pissigment

400

Think pot because thy quiet day

233

ad of Dunbar

239

To a lady at the Piano

318

Hogend of Mona

399

To Eden's bowers, those lovely bowers 318

1.x temps fait passer l'amour

38

Translation from Horace

438

Line by W. Hayley, Esq.

79
Limpo a Fly

478 Verses to the brook of Borrowdale 318
1:1- on seeiigan edifice in Hannab More's Vision of Speckbachr

156
parden

198

197 Sonnet

157 The tear

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LETTERS FROM ROME, FROM MRS. FREDERICA BRUN, TO HER BROTAER, THE REF. DR. MUNTER, BISHOP OF SEELAND:

From the New Monthly Magazine. Palm-Sunday, March 26th, 1809, her soul,* burned six solitary tapers, I

INCLOSE you two poetical effu- while a reddish twilight yet penetrated

sions, which suggested themselves du- from the top of the dome. At the door ring a quarter of an hour of profound of the temple I turned about once more, emotion, on the distribution of palms on and my soul was divided between grie! Palm Sunday, and the wished-for bene- and hope. diction on Maundy Thursday. You Easter Sunday. “ Whence comesi know my way from my childhood, and thou, Magdalen, beaming with joy ?". that my capricious Muse will not be woo “ From the grave of the Lord ! i have ed, but visits me just when she pleases. seen the living conqueror of death !" At such times my heart throbs violently Such were the words of life that salu and my eyes often overflow, so that I as to-day at St. Peter's. The organ scarcely see the paper or hold my pen. the orchestra were in front of the high

Good Friday evening. We are just tar, where a spacious quadrangle of se come from St. Peter's, where to-day all received the clergy ; the rest of the con has been silent mourning Long did we gregation stood. This way of perforn walk there under the echoing vaults till ing the music is not so favourable for the the gloom of night with all its mysterious execution, as when it is giveo in ones terrors began to cnvelop us. The hun- the side chapels; but it admits of a greatdred lamps, at other times constantly er number of hearers, and the effect is burning round the grave of the apostles, more solemn. The tones are often lost, gradually expired: the altars of the saints in the prodigious space, or break against also were wrapped in darkness at the the massive pillars ; on the other hand, it hour in which the Redeemer cried It is is rendered more impressive, by the idea finished! The victorious cross, which of the vastness of the place. The tone used to be so resplendent, threw not to- die away, and you meet them again in day its light through the vast space : for walking, like harmonies wasted from the church herself mourns, bowed down higher world: they escape you where in the dust, and needs consolation. Be- you expected them ; but all at once fore the altar of the mother only, who has her dead son on her lap, and a sword in * Michael Angelo's celebrated Nadre,

B Vol. 2. ATRENEUX.

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