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STANHOPE, EARL OF CHESTER- TAYLOR, JEREMY, I.

290-298 Treasures of the Deep, the, ii.

439)
FIELD, ii.
248 TAYLOR, ROBERT, I.
215 | TREBECK, GEORGE, ii.

673
STANLEY, THOMAS, i. 319-321, 527 TAYLOR, W. ii.

680 Tree, Full-Blossomed, i.

275
Stanzas-(As when a lady, walking Tear, to a, ii.

322 Triumph, Her, i.

113
Flora's bower), i.
129 Tears, i.
381 TROLLOPE, Mrs, ii.

611
Stanzas-(Away with the pleasure Tears of Scotland, ij.

67 Tron-Kirk Bell, to the, ii.
that is not partaken !) ii.

462 Temperance, or the Cheap Physi- Truth, i.
Stanzas -(Oddly called by Herbert cian, i.

151 Truth and sincerity, Advantages of,
• The Pulley,') i.
132 Tempest, a, i.

233 i.
Stanzas by Shelley--Written in De- TEMPLE, SIR WILLIAM, i. 500-506 TUCKER, ABRAHAM, ii.

213
jection, near Naples, ii.
402 Ten Years Ago, ii.
476 Tuft-Hunting, ii.

134
Stanzas-(When midnight o'er the TENNANT, WILLIAM, ii.

501-803 Tullochgorum, ii.

128
moonless skies), ii.

422 TENNYSON, ALFRED, ii. 465, 468 TURNER, SHARON, ii.
Star of Bethlehem, ii.
302 Tetrastic-From the Persian, ii. 118 Tusser, THOMAS, i.

48
Starling, the-[Captivity), ii. 174 THACKERAY, W. M. ii. .

625 | Tweedside, ii.
Starry Heavens, the, ii.

455 Thames and Windsor Forest, i. 322 Twelfth Night, or King and Queen, i. 141
STAUNTON, Sir GEORGE, ii.

690 Thanksgiving off Cape Trafalgar, ii. 308 Tyme, Ane Schort Poeme of, i. 157
STEELE, SIR RICHARD, i. 602-609 Thanksgiving for his House(Her- TYNDALE, William, i.

73
Stella and Vanessa—[Swift], i. 546

rick), i.
142 | TYTLER, P. F. ii.

643, 646
STEPHENS, J. L. ii.
679 Theatre, the-By the Rev. G. C.-

TYTLER, WILLIAM, ii.

191
STERLING, JOHN, ii.
472 (Rejected Addresses], ii. .
431 UDALL, NICOLAS, i.

164
STERNE, LAWRENCE, ii. 171-175 Theatres, Early, i.

164, 165 Udolpho, Description of the Castle
STEWART, PROFESSOR DUGALD, ii. 647 | Thebes, Opening a Tomb at, ii. 609 of, ii.
STILL, John, i.
164 Thebes, the Ruins at, ii.

669 Una with the Lion, Adventure of, i.
STILLINOFLEET, EDWARD, I. 437, 438 Theodore and Honoria, i. 367-370 Una and the Redcross Knight, i.
STIRLING, EARL OF, i.
157 Theological Controversies, i.

457 Unbelievers, Difficulty of Convincing
Story of a Betruthed Pair in Humble

Thermopylæ, the Battle of, i.

247 Interested, i.
Life, ii.
313 Thief and the Cordelier, i.

538 Understandings, Men's, Causes of
Story of La Roche, ii.
156 Thinking, on, ii.
244 Weakness in, i.

512
Story, Romantic, ii.
687 | THOMSON, DR ANDREW, ií.

061 Universe, a Sketch of the, ii.
Story-Telling, i.
603 | THOMSON, JAMES, ii.

12-22 Universities, i.
Srow, JOHN, i.

249

Thomson, from the Monody on, ii. 48 Unwin, Mrs, Inscription on the Tomb
STRYPE, JOHN, i.
059 Thomson, Ode on the Death of, ii. 34 of, ii.

270
STUART, DR GILBERT, ii.
192 Thorstein Raudi, Sword Chant of, ii. 504 Upas in Marybone Lane, ii.

433
Studies, i.
243 Thoughts in a Garden, i.

344 Upholsterer, the Political, i.
Studies, Useful, i.
294 Thoughts of Heaven, ii.

505 Useful Knowledge, Society for the
Study of God's Works, i,
302 THRALE, Mrs, ii.

124 Diffusion of, ii.
Study, Injudicious Haste in, i.

513 Three Rules to be Observed for the Useless Learning, Absurdity of, i. 649
Study of Natural Philosophy Favour-

Preservation of a Man's Estate, i. 248 USHER, JAMES, i.
able to Religion, i. .
517 | Thunder-Storm, ii.

390 Utopian Idea of Pleasure, i.
Study of Nature Recommended, i.

324 THURLOW, EDWARD LORD, ii. 362 Valediction, a, i.
Study should be Relieved by Amuse- Thyestes, Extract from, i.

302 Valediction-Forbidding Mourning, i. llo
ment, i.
76 TICKELL, THOMAS, i.

566 Valentine, Bishop, Address to, i.
STUKELEY, WILLIAM, ii.
243 Tidings fra the Session, i.

43 Valerius-his Visit to Athanasia in
Style, Simplicity of, Recommended, i. 76 Tighe, Mrs, ii.

278 Prison, ii.
Sublimity, on, ii.
219 TILLOTSON, Joun, i.

434 437 Valley Perilous, the Devil's Hend in
SUCKLING, SIR Johx, i. 134-137 | Timber, i.

319 the, i.
Summer Evening, ii.

6, 15

Time - (Why sitt'st thou by that VANBRUGH, SIR JOHN, i.
Suminer Morning, ii.
15, 127 ruined hall), ií.

385 Vanities of the World, a Farewell to
Sun, on the Setting, ii.
378 Time, Thoughts on, ii.

9 the, i.
Sun-Dial in a Churchyard, ii.

346 Time, Wrecks and Mutations of, ii. 69 Vanity of Human Wishes, ii.
Sun Flower, the, ii.
362 Time's Alteration, i.
230 Vanity of the World, i.

13)
Sunday, i.
132 Times go by Turns, i.

96 Variety, ii.

118
Sunrise and Sunset in the Woods, ii. 689 Timour, Term of his Conquest,

Vathek and his Magnificent Palaces,
Supplication in Contı mption of

Death, &c. ii.
198 ii.

341
Side Tails, i.

50 TINDAL
Da Matthew, i. .
172 VAUGHAN, HENRY, i.

318
Suretyship and Borrowing, i. 235 Tinker, the, i.

278 Veal, Mrs, a True Relation of the
SURREY, EARL OF, i.
46, 47 Tintern Abbey, Lines Composed a

Apparition of, &c. i.

618-
Sutherland, to the Duchess of, ii. 459 few Miles above, on Revisiting the VENABLES, Rev. MR, ii.

084
Swaggering Bully and Boaster, i. 594 Banks of the Wye, ii.

327 Venice, a Morning in, ii.
SWAIN, CHARLbe, ii.

473

(Go--you may call it mad- Venice Preserved, Scenes from, i. 5-30
Swallow, the, i.

365
ness, folly), ii.

321 Venus and the Graces, i.
Swedish Society -[Laing], ii. 686 To (Music, when soft voices

Venus, Medicean, Statue of the, at
Sweet Neglect, the, i.
113 die), ií.
402 Florence, ii.

673
Sweet William's Farewell to Black-

To

- (Too late I strayed-forgive Vice, Resolution Necessary in For-
Eyed Susan, i..
575 the crime), ii.

422 saking, i.
SWIFT, JONATHAN, i. 545-553, 626-635 To Certain Golden Fishes, ii.

472 Vicious Course, commencement of, i.
Swift-Verses on his own leath, i. 549 To my Daughter, on her Marriage- Village Scold Surprising her Husband
Swift's Thoughts on Various Sub- [By Mrs Hunter), ii.

280) in an Alehouse, ii.
jects, i.

To a Lady, with somno Painted Vintner, a, i.
Swiss and Italians Contrasted, ii. 60 Flowers, ii.

277 Violets, to a Tuft of Early, ü.
Sword Chant of Thorntcin Raudi, ii. 504

To the
ory of a Lady, ii.

440
Virginius, Scene from, ii.

38
Sylvan Retreat, Description of a, i. 38 | To T. L. H. Six Years Old, during a Virgins, to the, to Make Much of
SYLVESTER, JOSHUA, i.

Sickness, ii.
424 their Time, i.

141
Syren's Song, the, i.

120 To a Tuft of Early Violets, ii. 295 Virtue, i.
Tabernacle and Temple of the Jews, i. 427 Tobacco, Farewell to, ii.

356 Virtue and Llappiness in the Coun-
Tailor, of a Precise, i.
104 Tobacco Pipo, Ode to a, ii.

135

try, ii.
Tale of Anninguit and Ajut, ii. 153 | TOBIN, JOHN, ii.

532 Virtue more Pleasant than Vice, i.
Talent and Genius, ii.

Top, LIEUT.-COL. James, ii.

679 Virtue and Vice Declared by the
Tales of Travellers, i.
263) Toilet, the, i.

General Vote of Mankind, i.
TALFOURD, T. N. ii.
521 Toleration, i.

301 Virtuous Woman, a, ii.
Tamerlano-Term of his Conquest, Toleration, Religious, i. .

2933 Vision of Mirza, i.

0
Death, &c. ii.
193 Tomb, the, i.

319 Voice of Spring, the, ii. .
TANNAHILL, ROBERT, ii.
49 | Tomb, the Solitary, ii.

440 Voltaire and the Lace-worker, ii.
Tars, King of, i.
9, 10 TOURNEUR, CYRIL, i.

215 Vortigern, King, the Deposition of, i. 58
Taste, on the Cultivation of, ii. 217 Tower of Babel, Building of the, i. 50 | Vortigern and Rowen, i.
Taste, on Delicacy of, ii.

202
Town and Country, ii.

464 WACE, i.
Taste and Gonius, Difference Bc. Town, Farewell to, i.

8 WADDINGTON and Handrry, ii.
tween, ii.
218 Town Ladies, Satire on, i.

155 WAKEFIELD, GILBERT, ii.
Tasto--[ Pleasures of Imagination), ii. 46 TOWxley, Rev. MR, ii.

148 WALDIE, Miss, ii.
TAYLOR, HENRY, ii.
524 | Travellers, Tales of, i.

200 Wallace, Adventure of, i.
TAYLOR, ISAAC, ii. .
701 | Trcason, of, i.

104 / Wallace, Escape of, from Perth, i.

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Wallace, the Death of, i.
31 WHITELOCKE, BULSTRODE, I. 485 Witch, Picture of a, i..

390
WALLER, EDMUND, i.
325-328 WHTTAKER, Jonn, ii.

192
Witch's Cave, the, i.

137
WALPOLE, HORACE, ii.
176, 249 WICKLIFFE, JOHN, i.

35 Witchcraft and Sorcery, i.

271
WALTON, Izaak, i.

415-417 Widowed Mother, the-[From Tha- Witches--How they Travel, i. 272
Walton, Izaak, Invitation to, i. 353 laba the Destroyer], ii.

348 WITHER, GEORGE, i.

125-127
Wanderer, the, ii.
3 Wife, Children, and Friends, ii. 421 Wolcot, Dr John, ii.

297-301
'Want, Against Repining in the Sea- Wife, Choice of a, i.

234 Wolfe, CHARLES, ii.

410
son of, i.

458 Wife, the Happy-[From the Ameri- Wolsey's House, King Henry's Visits
Wappy, Casa, ii.
475 can Notes], ii.
633 to, i.

70
War, Image of, ii.

390 Wife, the, a Tale of Mantua, Pas- Woman of Fashion, i.
War of the League, the, ii. .

470
sage from, ii.
520 Woman's Inconstancy, on, i.

161
War, Picture of, li.

456 WILBERFORCE, WILLIAM, ii. 655 Women, Ironical Ballad on the Du-
War, Picture of the Miseries of, ii. 223 Wild Deer, Address to a, ii.

435 plicity of, i.

22
WARBURTON, Bisxor, ii. 214, 215 WILKINS, DR JOHN, i. .

446 Women, Praise of Good, i.

8
WARD, R. P. ii.
610 Will, the, i.
11 Wood, ANTHONY, i.

527
WARNER, DR, ii.
192 Will for the Deed, the, i.
442 Woodman's Walk, the, i.

228
Warnings, the Three, ii.

124 Will, the Necessity of the, i. 28 Woods, Sunrise and Sunset in the, ii. 689
WARREN, SAMU'EL, ii.
629 William III. Character of, i.
491 WORDSWORTH, DR C. ii.

671
Warrior King, Death of the, ii. 477 William and Margaret, ii.

41 WORDSWORTH, WILLIAM, ii. 322-333
Warriors, i.

392 Williams, Caleb, Concluding Scene Workhouse, Parish, and Apothe-
Warriors-their Departed Spirits- of, ii.

563-565 cary, ii.

311
[From Joan of Arc], ii.
348 WILLIAMS, H. W. ii.

671 Works of God, Devout Contempla-
WARTON, Joseph, ii.
101 WILSON, ALEXANDER, ii.

486
tion of, i.

453
WARTON, THOMAS, ii.
99 WILSON, ARThur, i.

265 World Compared to a Stage, i. 188
Washing Day, ii.

278 Wilson, Professor, ii. 434-437, 600 World, Evidence of a Creator in the
WATERTON, CHARLES, ii.
699 WILSON, THOMAS, i.

75 Structure of the, i.

436
Watsox, Dr RICHARD, ii. .

654 Wilson, William Rak, ji. 676 World, the, Made with a Benevolent
WATTS, ALARIC A. ii.
473 Winchelsen, Anne, Countess of, i. 580 Design, ii.

653
Watts, Dr Isaac, ii.

5, 216

Wind, the Blowing of the, i. 77 Worldly Blessings, Thankfulness for,
We are Brethren a', ii.
Wind, Moral Reflections on the, i. 49 i.

417
WEBSTER, JOHN, i.
211 Windsor Castle-Written after See- WORTLEY, LADY EMMELINE, ii.

473
Wedding, Ballad on a, i.
135 ing it, ii.

Wotton, Bir HENRY, i. 104, 265
Wedding, a Scottish Country, ii. 307 Windsor Forest and the Thames, i. WoTTON, WILLIAM, i.

506
Wellington, Ode on the Duke of, ij. 479 Windsor, Prisoner in, he Recounteth Wright, THOMAS, ii.

.

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642
WELLSTED, LIEUT. J. R. ii.

678 his Pleasure there Passed—[Earl Writers that Carp at other Men's
Welsh Guide, a, i.
354 of Surrey), i.

46 Books, i.

104
Wentworth, Amelia, ii. 442–445. Wine, Over-indulgence in, ii.

Written in the Highlands of Scot-
WESLEY, JOAN, ii.
216 Winter, Benevolent Reflections from, land-1912—[S. Rogers), ii.

320
Westminster Abbey, Sir Roger De ii.

18 Written in a Visit to the Country in
Coverley's Visit to, i.
611 Winter Evening in the country; ii. 262 Autumn--[J. Logan), ii.

98
Westminster, on the Tombs in, i. 119 Winter Landscape, ii.

17 WYATT, SIB THOMAS, i.

47
Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea, ii. 501 Winter Walk, ii.

266 WYCH ERLEY, WILLIAM, i.

392
What is Life ? ii.
427 Winter's Morn, the, ii.
362 WYNTOUN, ANDREW, i.

28
WHATELY, ARCHBISHOP, ii. 701 Wisdom, on, ii.

657 Wyoming, Battle of, &c. ii.
WHEWELL, Rev. William, ii. 703 Wisdom, True, i.

437 Ye Mariners of England, ii.
Whistlecraft – John H. Frere), In- Wise, Distinguished from Cunning Yeoman of Henry VII.'s Time, i. 65
tended National Work by, ii. 366, 367 Ministers, i.

650 Young, EDWARD, ii.
WAISTON, WILLIAM, i.
668 Wise Man, How to be Reputed a, i. 640 Young Lochinvar, ii.

384
Whitbread's Brewery Visited by Wise Selection of Plensures, i.

431 Young Men, Gay, upon Town, i. 594
their Majesties, ii.
299 Wish, a, ii.

322 Young Thief, the Troubles of a, i. 622
WHITE, HENRY K. ii.
301-303 Wish, the, i.

316 Youth and Age, ii.

345
White, Rav. GILBERT, ii. 688 Wit, the Ready and Nimble, i. 409 Zeluco—Dispute and Duel between
WHITEFIELD, GEORGE, ii.
216 Wit, the Slow but Sure, i.

410 the Two Scotch Servants in Italy,
WHITEHEAD, William, ii.
118 Wit-What is it? i.

431 ii.

551-503

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