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Dugald Stewart,

291 . The two Races of Men,

352

The Progressiveness of the Race, 293 Filial Affection,

355

The Blessings of a Free Press, 294

FELICIA HEMANS,

HANNAH MORE,

Biographical Sketch,

356

Biographical Sketch,

295 Scenery of the Lakes (note), 357

War,

297 | The Voice of Spring,

358

Oppression,

297 The Graves of a Household, 359

Faith in Humble Life,

299 The Treasures of the Deep,

A Riddle,

300 The Stranger's Heart,

361

Importance of Trifles,

300 The Bride's Farewell,

361

The Two Weavers,

301 The Landing of the Pilgrims, 362

The Theatre-Shakspeare, 302 The Homes of England,

363
The Proper Education of Females, 306 Evening Prayer at a Girls' School, 364
The Habit of Attention, 308 Bring Flowers,

365
Qualities preferable to Genius, 309 | The Hour of Prayer,
Effects of Light Reading, 310 The Agony in the Garden,

366

The Hand of God in History, 310

The End of Female Education, 312 NATHAN DRAKE,

God rules the Nations,

314 Biographical Sketch,

367

Moral Tendency of Addison's

WILLIAM WILBERFORCE,

writings,

368

Biographical Sketch,

317

Tatler, Guardian, and Spectator, 372

Letter of John Wesley (note), 318 Influence of Addison's writings

The Abolition of the Slave Trade, 320

(note),

373

The Reward attendant on Well Character of Dr. Johnson,

376

doing,

321

The Effects of Religion,

Bishop Horne's apology for John-

322

son (note),

379

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE,

Sir EGERTON BRYDGES,

Biographical Sketch,

323

Biographical Sketch,

381

Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni, 326 His habits (note),

382

To my Infant,

328 The best Poets most Studious

Qualities essential to the Teacher, 328

(note),

383

To an Infant,

329 Sir Walter Raleigh,

384

Reflections on leaving a place of William Collins,

386

Retirement,

329 John Milton,

388

Importance of a Correct Use of

Milton and Gray compared,

390

Terms,

Gibbon,

392

The Depth of the Conscience, 332

Doctor Johnson,

393

Truth must and will Prevail, 333

Solitude,

394

Milton,

335

Posthumous Fame,

395

The Morality of Shakspeare,

396

The Combination in Shakspeare's

336 The Cunning Successful,

Character,

336

ARCHIBALD ALISON,

EDWARD IRVING,

Biographical Sketch,

396

Biographical Sketch,

337

Influence of Association,

397

Character of David,

338

The Pleasure of Acquiring Know-

ledge,

398

CHARLES LAMB,

The Use and Abuse of Amuse-

Biographical Sketch,

342

ments,

399

The Housekeeper,

344

On the Family Name,

344 LÆTITIA ELIZABETH MACLEAN,

The Sabbath Bells,

344 Biographical Sketch,

Shakspeare cannot be acted, 345 Success alone Seen,

403

Confessions of an Inebriate, 346 | The Little Shroud,

404

A Quakers' Meeting,

349 The Widow's Mite,

405

331

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Dugald Stewart,

291 The two Races of Men, 352

The Progressiveness of the Race, 293 Filial Affection,

355

The Blessings of a Free Press, 294

FELICIA HEMANS,

HANNAH MORE,

Biographical Sketch,

356

Biographical Sketch,

295 Scenery of the Lakes (note),

357

War,

297 The Voice of Spring,

353

Oppression,

297 The Graves of a Household,

359

Faith in Humble Life,

299 The Treasures of the Deep,

360

A Riddle,

300 The Stranger's Heart,

361

Importance of Trifles,

300 The Bride's Farewell,

361

The Two Weavers,

301 The Landing of the Pilgrims,

362

The Theatre-Shakspeare, 302 The Homes of England,

363
The Proper Education of Females, 306 Evening Prayer at a Girls' School, 364
The Habit of Attention, 308 Bring Flowers,

365
Qualities preferable to Genius, 309 The Hour of Prayer,

366
Effects of Light Reading, 310 The Agony in the Garden,

366

The Hand of God in History, 310

The End of Female Education, 312 NATHAN DRAKE,

God rules the Nations,

314 Biographical Sketch,

367

Moral Tendency of Addison's

WILLIAM WILBERFORCE,

writings,

365

Biographical Sketch,

317 Tatler, Guardian, and Spectator,

372

Letter of John Wesley (note), 318 Influence of Addison's writings

The Abolition of the Slave Trade, 320

(note),

373

The Reward attendant on Well Character of Dr. Johnson,

376

doing,

321 Bishop Horne's apology fór John-

The Effects of Religion,

322

son (note),

379

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE,

Sir EGERTON BRYDGES,

381

323 Biographical Sketch,

Biographical Sketch,
Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni, 326 His habits (note),

332

To my Infant,

328 The best Poets most Studious

Qualities essential to the Teacher, 328

(note),

384

329 Sir Walter Raleigh,

To an Infant,

386

Reflections on leaving a place of William Collins,

388

329 John Milton,

Retirement,

Importance of a Correct Use of

Milton and Gray compared,

Terms,

The Depth of the Conscience, 332 Doctor Johnson,

Truth must and will Prevail,

333 Solitude,

Milton,

335 Posthumous Fame,

The Morality of Shakspeare, 336 The Cunning Successful,

The Combination in Shakspeare's

Character,

ARCHIBALD ALISON,

396

Biographical Sketch,

EDWARD IRVING,

Influence of Association,

337

338

Character of David,

ledge,

Time arresting the Career of Plea Dr. Beattie's account of his Death

sure,

406 (note),

450

Erato,

406 The Mother and her Child, 451

The Polar Star,

408 The Advancement of Society, 452

Her last Letter,

409 Man made to be Free,

452

Picture of Domestic Love,

453

LANT CARPENTER,

Hope beyond the Grave,

454

Biographical Sketch,

410 The Soldier's Dream,

455

The Regulation of the Sensible The Last Man,

456

Pleasures,

411 Chaucer and Windsor,

457

The Beech Tree's Petition, 458

JOHN IRELAND,

Biographical Sketch,

415 THOMAS MITCHELL,

Sufferings of the Early Christians, 415 Biographical Sketch,

458

“ The Life that now is,” the Socrates,

459

Christian's,

418 Plato,

THOMAS ARNOLD,

Thomas Hood,
Biographical Sketch,

420

His Character (note),

Biographical Sketch,

462

421

Extract from his Journal,

A Parental Ode to my Infant Son, 463

422

The Value of Classical Education, 423 The Song of the Shirt,

I Remember, I Remember,

464

465

The Puritans,

425

The Lady's Dream,

467

The Encouragements of the

Faithless Sally Brown,

469

Schoolmaster,

426

The Poor Laborer,

471

The Preacher and Schoolmaster

compared (note),

426

SYDNEY SMITH,

The World our Country,

427

The Oxford Conspirators,

Biographical Sketch,

473

428 Foundation of the Edinburgh Re-

ROBERT SOUTHEY,

view,

473

Biographical Sketch,

429 Characteristics of Modern Ser-

Poetical Letter,

430 mons,

476

His Contributions to the Quarterly

Female Education,

476

(note),

431 Cost of Military Glory,

481

Coleridge's opinion of Southey

Castlereagh, Canning, and Grattan, 482

(note),

432 Character of Sir James Mackin-

Wilson's

do.

do.

tosh,

483

(note),

432 The Curse of War,

485

France-Bonaparte,

433 Conspiracy of the Pope,

487

The Battle of Blenheim,

434 The French Invasion,

487

The Immortality of Love,

436 Progress of Reform,

488

The Complaints of the Poor,

436

437

THOMAS CHALMERS,

Remembrance,

438 Biographical Sketch,

489

The Old Man's Comforts,

440 Virtue and Vice contrasted, 490

For a Monument at Oxford,

440 The Supremacy of Conscience, 492

Ode written during the War with

The Barbarities of War,

493

America,

JOSEPH JOHN GURNEY,

JOHN FOSTER,

Biographical Sketch,

494

Biographical Sketch,

443 The Teachings of Christianity,

496

Changes from Youth to Age, 444 Love due from Man to Man,

498

Advantages of Decision of Cha Importance of accurate Mental

445

Character of Franklin,

Habits,

447 Effects of Emancipation,

501

RICHARD MANT,

Sketch,

504

449 | Biographical Sketch,

2

383

336

397
The Pleasure of Acquiring Know-

398

441

Biographical Sketch,

399

True Knowledge,

504 Lord Jeffrey's matured opinion of, 553

The Lord's Day,

505 The Old Cumberland Beggar, 553

The Church Bells,

505 Lucy,

557

The Drop of Water,

506 A Pleasant Youth,

558

Prayer,

506 A Portrait,

559

To a Highland Girl,

560

HORACE SMITH,

The World is too much with Us, 561

Biographical Sketch,

507 London,

562

Rejected Addresses (note), 507 Milton,

562

Address to the Mummy,

508 We are seven,

562

To his Daughter,

509

The Baby's Debut,

510

JOANNA BAILLIE,

Biographical Sketch,

564

BERNARD BARTON,

Her interview with Lord Jeffrey

Biographical Sketch,

512

(note),

565

Human Life,

513 To a Child,

566

Spiritual Worship,

514 A Mother to her waking Infant, 567

Time's Takings and Leavings,

515 The Kitten,

568

A Christian is the highest style of Birthday Lines to her Sister, 570

Man,

515

A Word for Peace,

517

SAMUEL ROGERS,

Stanzas to a Friend on her Mar-

Biographical Sketch,

572

riage,

518

574

Early Recollections,

Bruce and the Spider,

519

Historic Associations,

575

To the Skylark,

520

Pleasures of Memory,

577

Human Life,

579

EBENEZER ELLIOTT,

Pæstum,

581

Biographical Sketch,

521

Columbus-Land Discovered, 582

Poor Andrew,

522

A Wish,

583

The Home of Taste,

524

Saturday,

524

JAMES MONTGOMERY,

Rub or Rust,

525

584

Biographical Sketch,

The Press,

526

The Love of Country and of

Forest Worship,

527

Home,

586

Flowers for the Heart,

528

Home Dear to the African, 587

Sleep,

528

Night,

588

The Grinder,

529

The Grave,

589

Apostrophe to Futurity,

530

The Field is the World,

592

A Poet's Prayer,

530

The Common Lot,

592

Aspirations of Youth,

593

FRANCIS JEFFREY,

594

Prayer,

Biographical Sketch,

531

Humility,

595

Edinburgh Review, contributors

The Poetical in Childhood and

to (note),

532

Old Age,

595

Edinburgh Review, establishment

Characteristics of Prose and Verse, 597

of,

532

The Permanence of Words, 599

Edinburgh Review, subjects dis-
cussed,

534

The Perishable nature of a Poet's WILLIAM LISLE BOWLES,

Fame,

537 Biographical Sketch,

601

Landscape Beauty and its associ Winchester, account of (note), 601

ated Pleasures,

540 Sonnet at Ostend,

602

James Watt-Steam Engine, 542 Sonnet on the Rhine,

603

Shakspeare,

543 Sonnet to Time,

603

Jonathan Swift,

547 Sonnet to Summer,

603

Sonnet-Winter Evening at Home, 604

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH,

Sun-dial in a Churchyard,

604

Biographical Sketch,

549 | The Greenwich Pensioners,

THOMAS MOORE,

MRS. NORTON,

Biographical Sketch,

606 Biographical Sketch,

657

Paradise and the Peri,

609 To the Duchess of Sutherland, 657

Believe Me, if all those endearing The Mother's Heart,

659

young

Charms,

613 Woman's Fortitude,

660

I saw thy Form,

614 The Arab's Farewell to his Steed, 661
When in the cold Earth, 614 The Blind Man's Bride,

662

Those Evening Bells,

615 A Mother,

663

Thou art, oh God,
615 Sonnet-To my Books,

664
This World is all a fleeting Show, 616 Sonnet-The Weaver,

664
The Bird let Loose,
616 Common Blessings,

665
Oh! Thou who dry'st the Moúrn The Prison Chaplain,

665
er's Tear,

617

The Turf shall be my fragrant ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING,

Shrine,

Notice of,

666

Like Morning, when her early The Pet-name,

666

Breeze,

618 The Lady's Yes,

668

Come, ye Disconsolate,
618 Victoria's Tears,

668
The Sleep,

670
JOHN WILSON,
The Cry of the Human,

671
Biographical Sketch,

619
The Head-stone,

620
A Sleeping Child,

RICHARD WHATELY,

623

The Shipwreck,

624

Notice of,

673

The Evening Cloud—a Sonnet, 626 Works (note),

673

True Foundation of Church En-

AMELIA OPIE,

actments,

674

A Primitive Bishop,
Biographical Sketch,
626

676
The Orphan Boy's Tale,

The Apostolic Succession,
627

677
The Pure Gospel finally to Tri-
628
umph,

680
629 Friends Recognized in Heaven, 681

629
A Lament,

630
Lies falsely called Lies of Bene-
volence,
631

682
631

683

574

"rue Knowledge,

504 | Lord Jeffrey's matured opinion of, 553

The Lord's Day,

505 The Old Cumberland Beggar,

553

The Church Bells,

505 Lucy,

357

Che Drop of Water,

506 A Pleasant Youth,

558

559

506 A Portrait,

Prayer,

To a Highland Girl,

560

HORACE SMITH,

The World is too much with Us, 561

562

507 London,

Biographical Sketch,

562

507 Milton,

Rejected Addresses (note),

562

508 We are Seven,

Address to the Mummy,

509

To his Daughter,

510

The Baby's Debut,

JOANNA BAILLIE,

Biographical Sketch,

564

BERNARD BARTON,

Her interview with Lord Jeffrey

512

565

(note),
Biographical Sketch,

566

513 To a Child,

Haman Life,

Spiritual Worship,

514 A Mother to her waking Infant, 567

568

Time's Takings and Leavingsg 515 The Kitten,

570

A Christian is the highest style of Birthday Lines to her Sister,

515

Man,

517

A Word for Peace,

SAMUEL ROGERS,

672

Stanzas to a Friend on her Mar-

518

Biographical Sketch,

riage,

Early Recollections,

519

575

Historic Associations,

Bruce and the Spider,

520

577

To the Skylark,

Pleasures of Memory,

Human Life,

579

581

Pæstum,

EBENEZER ELLIOTT,

521

Biographical Sketch,

Columbus-Land Discovered,

522

Poor Andrew,

A Wish,

524

The Home of Taste,

524

Saturday,

JAMES MONTGOMERY,

Rub or Rust,

525

584

Biographical Sketch,

526

The Press,

The Love of Country and of

527

Forest Worship,

Home,

586

528

Flowers for the Heart,

Home Dear to the African,

528

Sleep,

588

529

Night,

The Grinder,

The Grave,

589

530

Apostrophe to Futurity,

The Field is the World, 592

A Poet's Prayer,

530

The Common Lot,

592

Aspirations of Youth,

593

FRANCIS JEFFREY,

594

Prayer,

531

Biographical Sketch,

Humility,

695

Edinburgh Review, contributors

The Poetical in Childhood and

to (note),

532

595

Edinburgh Review, establishment

Characteristics of Prose and Verse, 597

of,

532

The Permanence of Words,

599

Edinburgh Review, subjects dis-
cussed,

534

The Perishable nature of a Poet's WILLIAM LISLE BOWLES,

Fame,

537 Biographical Sketch,

601

Landscape Beauty and its associ Winchester, account of (aote),

601

ated Pleasures,

540 Sonnet at Ostend,

602

James Watt-Steam Engine, 542 Sonnet on the Rhine,

603

Shakspeare,

543 Sonnet to Time,

603

Jonathan Swift,

547 Sonnet to Summer,

603

Sonnet--Winter Evening at Home, 604

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH,

Sun-dial in a Churchyard, 604

Biographical Sketch,

549 The Greenwich Pensioners, 605

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