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Baxter, Change in his Estimate of BOSWELL, JAMES, ii.

644 BURY, LADY CHARLOTTE, ii.
his own and other Men's Know BOSWELL, SIR ALEXANDER, ii. 494 Bush aboon Traquair, ii.
ledge, i.
455 BOSWORTH, Rev. Mr, ii.

642 Busy-Body, the, i.
Baxter's Youth, Observance of the

Botany, Invocation to the Goddess BUTLER, SAMUEL, i. 345-33, 408, 49
Sabbath in, i.
457 of, ii.

271 Butler's Remains, Miscellaneous
BAYLY, Thomas Haynes, ii.

471
BOTEVILLE, Francis, i.

250 Thoughts from, i.
Bayly to his Wife, ii.
471 BOWDICR, MR, ii.

608 Butterfly, to the, ii.
BAYNES, C. R. ii.
680 BOWER, ARCHIBALD, ii.

191 | BYRON, LORD, ii.
Beaton, Cardinal, Assassination of, i. 303 Bower of Nehushta, the, ii.

353 Cade's Insurrection, i.
BEATTIE, DR JAMES, ii. 103, 210 BOWLES, Rev. W. L. ii.

345 CÆDMON, i.
BEAUMONT,
FRANCIS, i. . 118, 203 BOYLE, THE HON. ROBERT, i. 516 Cæsar, Generosity of, i.

2N
BEAUMONT AND FLETCHER, i. 203-210 Braes of Balquhither, ii.

491 Cairo, Legend of the Mosque of the
Beaumont and Fletcher, Character Braes of Gleniffer, ii.

491 Bloody Baptism at, ii.
of, i.
493 Braes of Yarrow, the, ii.

CALANY, EDMUND, I.
BEAUMONT, Sir John, i.
117 Braid Claith, ii.

130 CALDERON DE LA BARCA, MA.
Beauty, i.
171 Bramble Flower, to the, ii.

457 DAME, ii.
Beauty and Love, Platonic Repre BRAY, MRs, ii.

629 CALDERWOOD, David, i.
sentation of the Scale of, i. 655 Breakfast, the Public, ii.

123 Caldon-Low, the Fairies of the, ii.
BECKFORD, William, ii. 570, 540, 672 BRENNER, ROBERT, ii.

685 Caleb Williams, Concluding Scene of,
BEDDOES, T. L. ii.
521 | BRETON, NICHOLAS, i.

83 ii.
BEDE, i.

BREWSTER, SIR DAVID, ii. 703 Calista's Passion for Lothario, i.
Bee, Bag of the, i.
142 Bride's Tragedy, Passages from the, ii. 521 CAMDEN, WILLIAM, i.

961-933
BEECHEY, CAPTAIN, ii.

676 Bristow Tragedy, or the Death of Sir Cameronian's Dream, the, ii.
Beggar, the, ii.
125 Charles Bawdin, ii.

84 CAMPBELL, DR G. ii.
BEUN, Mrs Aphra, i.
392 | Britain, the Languages of, i.

250 CAMPBELL, DR Joux, ii. 191, 235
Belgian Lovers and the Plague, ii. 272 British Monarchy, the, ii.

231 CAMPBELL, Jorn, ii.
Belinda and the Sylphs, i.
558 British Navy, the, i.

327 CAMPBELL, MAJOR CALDER, ii.
BELL, JOHN, ii. .
672 BRODIE, GEORGE, ii.

642 CAMPBELL, Thomas, ii. 369-374, 646,678
BELL, J. S. ii.
686 BROKEDON, W. ii.

672 Candle, to my, ii.
BELLENDEN, John, i.
71 BROME, RICHARD, i.

216 CANNING, GEORGE, ii.
Belphæbe, Description of, i.
93 BROOKE, MRs, ii.

473 Canning, G. Portraiture of-{From
BELZONI, J. B. ii. .

668 Broomstick, a Meditation upon, ac De Vere, or the Man of Indepeu
Bengal, an Evening Walk in, ii.
cording to the Style and Manner

dence], ii.

610
BENTHAM, JERENY, ii.

700 of the Hon. Robert Boyle's Medi Canning's Lines on the Death of his
BENTLEY, RICHARD, i.

tations, i.

628 Eldest Son, ii. .
BERKELEY, BISHOP, i.
656 BROUGHAN, Lord, ii.

702 Canterbury Pilgrimage, Select Cha-
Berkeley's Siris, the Concluding Sen BROUGHTON, MRS, ii.

678 racters from the, i.
tence Imitated, ii.
117 BROWN, DR THOMAS, ii.

648 Canterbury Tales, Introduction to
Bermudas, the Emigrants in, i. 343 Brown Jug, the, ii.

118 the, ii.
BERNERS, Lord, i.
71 BROWNE, Sir Thomas, i.
298 Cape, Spirit of the, ii.

72
Bertram, Scene from, ii.
516 BROWNE, WILLIAN, i.

128 Captivity-the Starling, ij.
Beth Gelert, or the Grave of a Grey. Brownie of Blednoch, the, ii. 507 Caractacus, Passage from, ii.
hound, ii.
421 BROWNING, J. ii.

524 Careless Content, ii.
Bethlehem, the Shepheris of, i. 66 BRUCE, JAMES, ii.

665 Carew, LADY ELIZABETH, i.
Bethlehem, the Star of, ii.
302 BRUCE, MICHAEL, ii.

94 CAREW, THOMAS, i.
Biancha, Disinterestedness of, i. 207 BRUNTON, Mrs, ii.

572 CARLETON, WILLIAN,

615, 06
Bible, Translation of the, i. 270 Brutus and Titus, Soene between, i. 391 CARLYLE, Thomas, ii.
Bible, Tyndale's Version, &c. i. 74 BRYDGES, SIR EGERTON, ii.

688 Carnatic, Destruction of the, ii.
BICKERSTAFF, ISAAC, ii.
151 BUCHANAN, GEORGE, i.

161, 307 CARNE, Joun, ii.
Bigotry, i.

631 Buchanan's Latin Version of the CARPENTER, DR, ii.
BINGHAM, CAPTAIN J. E. ii.
682 137th Psalm, i.

162

CARRINGTON, N. T. ii.
Biography and History, i.
498 Buckingham, Duke, Character of, i. 362 CARTE, THOMAS, ii.

181
BIRCH, DR THOMAS, ii. .

192 Buckingham, Henry, Duke of, in the Carthagena, Pestilence at, ii.
Bird and Musician, Contention of, i. 220 Infernal Regions, i.

CARTWRIGHT, WILLIAM, i.
Birds, an Invocation to, ii.
442 BUCKINGHAM, J. S. ii.

677, 688 Casa Wappy, ii.
Birks of Invermay, ii.

43 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, DUKE OP, i. 378 Castara, Description of, i.
Biron, Return of, i.
588 BUCKLAND, DE, ii.

703 Castle of Indolence, from the, ii. 19
Birtha, Description of the Virgin, i. 147 Bud, the, i.

328 Cataract and the Streamlet, ii.
Bishor, SAMUEL, Ü.
115 BUDGELL, EUSTACE, I.

614 Catiline, the Fall of, i.
Bishop, to Mrs, ii.
115 Bull, John, History of, i.

642 | Cato, from the Tragedy of, i.
BLACKLOCK, THOMAS, ii.
102 BULLAR, DR JOSEPH, ii.

686 Cauler Water, ii.
Blacklock's Portrait, ii.
103 BULLAR, John, ii.

Cause and Effect, i.
BLACKMORE,

Sur RICHARD, i. 568 | BULWER, Sir E. L. ii. 521, 020-622 Cave, the (Written in the High-
BLACKSTONE, SIR WILLIAN, ii. 74, 245 BUNYAN, JOHN, i.

466 lands), ii.
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Bunyan's Autobiography, i. 467-471 CAVENDISH, GEOnge, i
&c. ii.

702
BURCHELI, MR, ii.

668 CAXTON, WILLIAM, I.
BLAIR, De Hugu, i.
217 BIRCKHARDT, J. L. ii.

608, 676 Celia, to, i.
BLAIR, ROBERT, ii.

3 Burial Ground in the Highlands, Censorious People, i.
BLAMIRE, Miss, ii.
275 Lines written in a, ii.

435 CHALKHILL, Jonx, i.
Blenheim, the Battle of, i.

Burial of Sir John Moore, ii.

410 CHALMERS, ALEXANDER, ii.
BLESSINGTON, COUNTESS OF,
ii. 618 BURKE, EDMUND, ii.

227 CHALMERS, DR THOMAS, ii. 061, 701
Blind HARRY, I.

29 Burke and the Duke of Bedford, Dif. Chalmers, Dr T.-his appearanes
Blind Youth, Description of a, ii. 286 ference between, ii.

233 in London (Note), ii. •
Bliss, the Bower of, i.

90 Burke's Account of his Son, ii. 230 CHALMERS, GEORGE, ii.
BLOOMFIELD, ROBERT, ii.
283 BURLEIGH, LORD, i.

234 Chamæleon, the-[George Buchanan,
Bloomfield's Descriptions of Rural BURNES, SIR ALEXANDER, ii. 679 i.
Life, ii.
284 BURNET, DR Thomas, i.

450 CHAMBERLAINE, William, i.
Bloomfield to his Children, ii. 286 BURNET, GILBERT, i.

486 CHAMBERS, EPHRAIM, ii.
Bloomfield to his Wife, ii.
288 BURNET, JAMES-(Lord Monboddo),

CHAMBERS,

ROBERT, ii.
Blossoms, to, i.
140 ii.

Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, ii.
Bobadil and Matthew-[A Simpleton Burney, Frances-[Madame D'Ar Chameleon, the-(Prior), i.
and a Braggadocio), i.
196 blay], ii.

535 Chameleon, the-Merrick), ii.
Bobadil's Plan for Saving the Ex Burney', Miss, Explains to King Chamouni, Hymn before Sunrise in
pense of an Army, i.
197 George III. the Circumstances At-

the Vale of, ü.
Bohemia, Queen of, to the, i. 104

tending the Composition of Eve Change, ii.
Boleyn, Queen Anne, the Death of, i. 68 lina, ii.

538 CHAPMAN, GEORGE, I.

210
BOLINGBROKE, LORD, i.

646 BURNEY, SARAH HARRIET, ii. 639 Character, Anatomy of, performed
Bonny Kilmeny, ii.
497 BURNS, ROBERT, ii.

479 486 by Uncharitableness From The
Books, i.
413 Burns to Mrs Dunlop, ii.

483 School for Scandal], ii.
Books and Ships Compared, 243 Burns-from his Epistler, &c. ii. 484-486 Character, an Original - (From
BORROW, George, ii.
688 BURTON, DR, ii.

644, 672 Dickens's American Notes), il .
BOSTOCK, Dr, ii.
703 | BURTON, ROBERT, i.

272 Charcoal Fire, Kindling of, i.

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Charity-[Dr Isaac Barrow], i. 432 Colin and Lucy, i.

566 CROLY, REV. GEORGE, ii.

448
Charity--(Sir T. Browne), i.
302 Coliseum, the, ii.

672 Cromwell, Oliver, Character of, i. 485
Charles I. Character of, i.

479 Coliseum, the — Midnight Scene in Cromwell, Oliver, Interview with, i. 459
Charles II. Character of, i.
489 Rome, ii.

392 Cromwell, Vision of Oliver, i. 403
Charles II. Escape of, after the Battle COLLINS, William, ii.

30 Cromwell's Expulsion of the Parlia-
of Worcester, i.
480-485 COLMAN, GEORGE, ji.

141 ment in 1653, ii.

641
CHARLETON, WALTER, I.

409 COLMAN, GEORGE, Younger, ii. 524-531 Croppy's House, Description of the
Charm-Song, the, i. .
214 Columbus, the Voyage of, ii.
319 Burning of a, ii.

613
Chase, the, i.
581 COMBE, GEORGE, ii.
037 CROWNE, JOHN, i.

392
Chase, Picture of the, ii.

Comet of 1812, to the, ii.

498 Crusade, Muster for the First, i. 6
Chastity, to, i.
131 Comical Revenge, Scene from, i. 393 | Crusades, Against the, ii.

139
Chastity, Praise of, i.
Commendation before Trial, Injudi Cuckoo, to the, ii.

97
CHATHAM, EARL OF, ii.

252
cious, i.
266 CUDWORTH, DR Ralph, i.

425
Chatham, Speech of, on being Taunted Common Lot, the, ii.

420 CUMBERLAND, DR RICHARD, i.
on Account of his Youth, ii. 253 Companions, Agreeable, and Flat CUMBERLAND, RICHARD, ii. 141, 545
Chatham, Speech of, against the terers, i.

606 Cumnor Hall, ii.

71
Employment of Indians in the War Complaint of Nature, ii.

98 CUNNINGHAN, ALLAN, ii.

499
with America, ii.
253 Compliment, the, i.

120
CUNNINGHAM, John, ii.

121
Chatham-his last public appear Comus, Scene from, i.

333 Cupid, to, i.

139
ance, ii.
254 Comus, the Spirit's Epilogue in, i. 334 Cupid and Campaspe, i.

166
Chatham-his character, ii.
254 Concord and Discord, i.
432 Cupid and Psyche, ii.

281
CHATTERTON, THOMAS, ii.
81 CONGREVE, WILLIAM, i.
593 Curiosity, Fatal, i.

692
CHAUCER, GEOFFREY, i.

12, 34
CONOLLY, LIEUTENANT ARTHUR, ii. 679 CURRIE, DR JAMES, ii.

615
Chaucer, Immediate Predecessors Conscience, Terrors of a Guilty – Custance, Departure of, i.

19
of, i.
11 [Fuller), i.
414 Cymbeline, Dirge in, ii.

34
Chaucer, Inscription for a Statue of, Conscience, Terrors of a Guilty Czar Peter in England in 1698, i. 490
at Woodstock, ii.
47 [Blacklock], ii.
103 DACRE, LADY, ii.

609
Chaucer, Last Verses of, i.
23 CONSTABLE, HENRY, i.
83 Daffodils, to, i.

141
CHEKE, SIR JOHN, i.
74 Constable's Miscellany, ii.
702 Dance, the, i.

42
Cherry Ripe, i.
143 Constancy, i.

136 DANIEL, SAMUEL, I.

97, 263
CHESTERFIELD, EARL OF, ii. 248 Constantinople, the Taking of, by Daniel's Sonnets, Selections from, i.
CHETTLE, HENRY, i.
174 the Turks, i.
264 DARWIN, C. ii.

687
Child that Died, upon a, i.
142 Content, Careless, ii.

134 DARWIN, Dr Erasmus, ii. 270-273
Child, Epitaph upon a, i.
142 Content, Hymn to, ii.

277 DAVENANT, SIR WILLIAM, i. 13, 146
Children, Education of, i.
235 Content, a Pastoral, ii.
122 David and Goliah, i.

102
Children Ready to Believe, i. 288 Content, a Sonnet, i.

169 David II. Return of, from Captivity, i. 28
CHILLINGWORTH, WILLIAM, i.

Contentment, a Wish, i.
579 David, Song to, ii.

109-112
Chinese Expedition, Narratives of Conversation, on, i. 414, 507; ii. 244 DAVIES, SIR JOHN, i.

108
the, ii.
682 Conversation, Passage from, ii. 200 Davis, John, i.

252
Chinese Ladies' Feet, ii.
Conversation between Chesterfield DAVIS, JOAN FRANCIS, ii.

681
Chivalry, ii.
190) and Chatham-{From Imaginary Dawson, Phæbe, ii.

312
Chivalry and Modern Manners, ii.
Conversations of Literary Men and DAY, JOHN, i.

216
Chloe, to, i.
139 Statesmen), ii.
351 Day of Judgment, ii.

447
Choice, Passage from the, i.
377 Convict Ship, the, ii.
478 De LOLME, ii.

241
Christ Crucified afresh by Sinners, i. 276 CONYBEARE, MR, ii.

642 De Montfort, Scene from, ii. 511, 512
Christ, Kingdom of, not of this Cook, ELIZA, ii.

473 De Montfort, Jane, Description of, ii. 513
World, i.
665 COOKE, GEORGE, i.

216 Dead, the, ii.
Christiad, the, ii.
303 COOPER, JOnx FENIMORE, ii.

Death-its Desirableness, i.

30)
Christian, the Dying, to his Soul, i. 565 COPELAND, DR, ii.

703 Death-(Supposed Last Verses of the
Christian in the Hands of Giant De CORBET, RICHARD, i.

116 Poet Nicoll], ii.

506
spair, i.
471-473 Corbet, Vincent, to, i.

116 Death-the Changes it Effects, i. 296
Christian Religion, the Excellency Corina, to go a-Maying, i.

143 Death, Against Repining at, i. 308
of the, i.
429 Coriolanus, Prologue to, ii.

49 Death, the Court of, i.

574
Christian Vices, a Mohammedan's

Coronach, ii.
385 Death, Fear of, i.

187, 381
Lecture on, i.
32 COTTON, CHARLES, i.

3.33, 419 Death and Funeral of a Pauper, ii. 630
Christianity, Arguments for the COTTON, NATHANIEL, ii.

122 Death, the Image of, i.

96
Abolition of, treated, i.
COTTON, SIR ROBERT, i.

Death, Old Age and, i.

328
Christianity, Inconveniences from a Country Ballad Singer, the, i. 072 Death of Marmion, ii.

383
Proposed Abolition of, i.
627 Country Churchyard, Elegy Written Death, Night Piece on, i.

576
Christmas, i.

127
in a, ii.
55 Death, the Pomp of, i.

293
Christmas Eve, Picture of, ii. 328 Country Life, Praise of a, i. 531 Death of Sir H. De Bohun, i.

26
CHRISTMAS, MR, ii.
657 Country, Love of, ii.

Death Song, Written for, and Adapted
Chronicle, the, i.
316 Court Masques of the Seventeenth

to, an Original Indian Air, ii. 280
Chroniclers, the Rhyming, i.
6 Century, i.

198 Death, Time of-Advantages of our
Church Music, Influence of, i. 238 Courtier, the Old and Young, i. 229 Ignorance of it, i.

440
Church Music, Usefulness of, i. 661 Courtship, Rustic, i.

Death of Two Lovers by Lightning
CHURCHILL, CHARLES, ii.
92-94 COVERDALE, MILES, i.

74 -[Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon-
Cid, Romance of the, ii.
368 COWLEY, ARRAHAM, i. 312-318, 401-404 tagu), i.

637
City Shower, a Description of a, i. 548 Cowley, Abraham, Lines on, i. 323 Death of the Warrior King, ii. 477
Civil War, Various Events of the, i. 290 Cowley's Love of Retirement, i. 449 Death's Final Conquest, i.

148
CLARE, John, ii.
425 CowPER, WILLIAM, ii. . 257-269 Deathbed, the Pauper's, ii.

461
CLARENDON, LORD, i.

475 Cowper, on the Receipt of his Mo Deceit of Ornament or Appearances,
CLARK, SIR JAMES, ii.
703 ther's Picture, ii.
261 i.

187
CLARKE, DR ADAM, ii.

660 Cowper, Inscription on the Tomb Deception, a-{From She Stoops to
CLARKE, DR E. D. ii.

670
of, ii.
269 Conquer), ii.

141
CLARKE, DR SAMUEL, i.
662 Cowper's Grave, ii.

461 Definition of Good Breeding, ii. 248
Claudian's Old Man of Verona, i. 318 Coxe, William, ii.

0336 DEFOE, DANIEL, i. .

617
Clergy, the Glory of the, i.
444 CRABBE, GEORGE, ii.
309-315 DEKKER, Thomas, i.

211, 274
CLEVELAND, John, i.
147 CRASHAW, RICHARD, i.

149 DELABECHE, SIR HENRY, ii. 703
Cliffe, Letter to Lord, i.
258-260 Crashaw, on the Death of, i.

314 DELTA-See Morr, D.M.
Clitumnus, Temple of, ii.
391 CRAVEN, The Hon. R. K. ii.

672 DENHAM AND CLAPPERTOX, ii. 667, 608
Clothes, against Fine, i.
273 CRAWFORD, ROBERT, ii.
128 DENHAM, Sir John, i.

321
Cloud, the, ii.
398 Creation-{Cædmon), i.

2 DENNIE, COLONEL, ii.

f80
Clown, the, i.
279 Creation-[Dr R. Cudworth), i. 427 Depending upon Others, ii.

620
COBBETT, WILLIAM, ii.

690, 691 Creation-[Sir R. Blackmore], i. 508 DE QUINCEY, THOMAS, ii. 692, 693
Cobham, Lord, Death of, i.
73 Creation, Diversified Character of, ii. 20 Descriptive Sketch, i.

128
Cock and the Fox, i.
370-373 Creation, Eve's Account of her, i. 339 Desert, Afar in the, ii.

454
COCKBURN, Mrs, ii.
127 Creation, the Works of, i.

612 Desert, Meeting of Two Warriors
COFFEY, C. ii.
151 Crescentius, ii.
430 in the, ii.

606
COLERIDGE, HARTLEY, ii.
471 Cressey, Battle of, i.

71 Desolation of the Cities whose War-
COLERIDGE, S. T. ii. 333-345, 514-516 Critics, Hostile, i.

640 riors have marched against Rome,
COLERIDGE, MRS HENRY, ii. 473 CROKER, T. CROFTON, ii.

613 ii.

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Detraction, Against, i. .

Eastern Manners and Language Epistle to the Countess of Cumber
Detraction Execrated, i.

136 [Lady Mary W. Montagu to Mr land, Extract from, i. .
Devil's Ilead in the Valley Peril Pope], i.

651 Epistle to a friend, i.
ous, i.

Eastern Travellers, ii.

676-082 Epitaph, an, i.
Devils in the Head, i.

Eblis, the Hall of, ii.

542 Epitaph-Jack and Joan, i.
Diana, llymn to, i.
113 ECHARD, LAWRENCE, i.

0139 Epitaph on the Living Author, i. 318
Diana, the Priestess of, i.
138 Echo and Narcissus, i.

148 Epitaph upon the Year 18), ji.
Diana, the Votaress of, i.

138 | Eclogue - Hassan, or the Camel Epithalamion, Passage froin the, i.
DIBDIN, CHAKLES, ii.
152 Driver, ii.

31 Error, Acknowledgment of, i.
DICKENS, CHARLES, ii.
630 Economy, Domestie, i.

234, 414

Esquimaux, Description of the, ii.
DIEFFENBACH, DR E. ii.
687 Eden, the Garden of, i.

339 Esteem, True Path to, i.
Dinner Given by the Town Mouse EDGEWORTII, Miss, ii.

508-571 Eternal Providence, ii
to the Country Mouse, i.

Edinburgh, the High Street of, ii. 495 Eternity, Musings on, ii.
Dirge-(What is the existence of Edinburgh and Leith, Burning of, ETHEREGE, Sir GEORGE, i.
man's life), i.

118
by the English, in 15414, i.

Eton College, Ode on a distant Prom
Dirge--(Blessed in the turf, serenely Edinburgh Review, Commence-

spect of, ii.
blessed), ii.
424 ment of the, ii.

696, 702 EUSTACE, J. C. ii.
Dirge in Cymbeline, ii.

Edinburghi, a Sunday in, ii.

132 EVELYN, Johx, i.
Dirge of Rachel, ii.
454 Education, a Complete, i.

398 Evelyn's Account of his Daughter
Disappointment -- [Pastorai Bal.

Education, Centleness in, í.

437 Mary, i.
lad), ii.

Education, the Alliance between Evening, i.
Discretion in Giving, i.
43 Government and, ii.

Evening Primrose, to the, ij.
Discretion in Taking, i
13 Education Confined too much to

Evening Seene by Lake Leman, ii.
Disdain Returned, i.

121
Language, i.

413

Excursion, the, ii.
Disorder, Delight in, i.

143 Elucation, on Female-[Lady Mary Exequies, the, i.
Dispensary the-[Sir S. Gartu), i.

W. Montagu to the Countess of Exercise, Different kinds of, i.
Disputation, i.
316, 040 Bute], i.

623 Exhortatory Letter to an old Lady
D'ISRAELI, BENJAMIN, ii.

61) Education, Importance of Moral, i. 515 that Smoked Tobacco, i.
D'ISRAELI, ISAAC, ii.

612 | Education, Love, Hope, and Pa Exile's Song, the, ii.
Distinction, Means of Acquiring, ii. 656 tience in, ii.

345 Eye and Ear, Pleasures of the, ii.
Divine Government, View of the, Education-What it Embraces, i. 205 EYRE, LIELT. VINCENT, ii.

Afforded by Experimental Philu Edward VI. Death and Character FABIAN, ROBERT, i.
sophy, i.
449 of, i.

487 Fable, i.
Doctrines, Opposition to New, i. 516 Edwards, RICHARD, I.

164 Fair Recluse, the, ii.
DopdriDGE, DR Philip, i
Filwin and Angelina, ii.

FAIRFAX, EDWARD, i.
Dodridge on the Dangerous Illness Edwin, Description of, ii.

100 Fairies of the Caldon-Low - Mid-
of a Daughter, i.
670 Edwin and Emma, ii.
42 summer Legend, ii.

ex
Doddridge, Happy Devotional Feel-

Elegy, ii.

133 Fairies, Farewell to the, i.
ings of, i.

671 Elegy on an Unfortunate Lady, i. Fairy Queen, the, i.
DODSLEY, ROBERT, ii.
114, 255 Elegy, written in a Country Church FALCONER, WILLIAM, ii.

8-91
DODWELL, EDWARD, ii.

071
yard, ii.

Falkland, Lord, Character of, i.
DONNE, JOHN, i.
109 Elegy, written in Spring, ii.

Falstaff Arrested by his losies,
Donne's Satires, a Character froen, i. 111 Elephant in the Moon, i.

349-352 Dame Quickly, i.
Dorax and Sebastian, Scene between, Eliza, Death of, at the Battle of Falstaff, Character of, ii.
384-380 Minden, ii.

272 Falstaff's Cowardice and Boastinz, i. Im
Dorset, EARL OF, i.

377 Elizabeth, L. II. Epitaph on, i. 114 Fame, i.
Dorset, Earl of, Epistle to the, i.

Elizabeth, Queen--her Death and Familiar Faces, the Old, ii.
DOUCE, Francis, ii.

Character, ii.

184 Family Library, ii.
DOUGLAS, GAVIN, i.

44 Elizabeth's Reign, Sports upon the Fanaticism, Ludicrous Image of, i
Drama, the-its Rise in England, i. 163 Tee in, i.

250 Fancy, to, i.
Dramatic Literature--its Decline, Elliott, EBENEZER, ii.

457 FANE, H. G. ii.
ii.
509 ELLIOT, Miss JANE, ii.

127 Fanshawe, SIR RICHARD, I.
Drayton, Michael, i.
38 Elliot, Sir GILBERT, ii.

129 Farewell to Ayrshire, ii.
Dream, the, i.
139 ELLIOTHON, DR, ii.

703 Farewell Hymn to the Valley of Ir-
Drean-Children-a Reverie, ii. 357 ELLIS, HENRY, ii.

680
Dreams and Prophecies, i.

284
ELLIS, SIR HENRY, ii.

700 Farewell, Sweet William's, to Black
Drelincourt on Death-Recommend Ellwoop, THOMAS, I.

Eyed Susan, i.

575
ed by the Apparition of Mrs Veal Ellwood's Intercourse with Milton, i. 465 Farewell to Tobacco, ii.

356,6
--[Daniel Defoe), i.

019-621 Eloisa to Abelard, from the Epistle FARMER, HUGH, ii.
Dress, Directions Respecting-John of, i.

559 FARQUHAR, GEORGE, I.
Tobin), ii,
ELPHINSTONE, The Hon. Mount:

Fashion, Picture of the Life of a
Dress, Fashions in, i.

423
STUART, ii.

644, 080

Woman of, i.
Drinking, i.
315 ELYOT, Sir Thomas, i.

Fatal Curiosity, i.
Drum, Ode on Iearing the, ii. 121 EMERSON, JAMES, ii.

044 Father's Grief for the Death of his
DRUMMOND, WULIAM, i. 158, 308 Emulation and Envy, i.

268 Daughter-Note], i.
Drummond to his Lute, i.
160 Encyclopædias, &c. ii.

235, 703 FAWKES, FRANCIS, ii.
Drury Lane, a Tale of~-By w. s.

Endymion, the Story of, i.

319 Feast in the Manner of the Ancients,
[Rejected Addresses), ii.
432 England, the Homes of, ii.

ii.
Druses, Sketch of, ii.

407 England, What Harm would come Feelings, Lost, is.
DRYDEN, JOHN, i. . 359-362, 379, 492 to, if the Commons thereof were Felon, Dream of the Condensed, i. **
Dryden to his Ilonoured Kinsman

Poor, i.

54 FELLOWS, CHARLES, ii.
John Dryden, Esq. i. 365, 366) English, Commencement of the Pre FELLTHAM, OWEN, i.
Dryden's Translation of Virgil, i. 497 sent Form of, i.

Female Beauty, a Description of, ii.
Duelling, against, i.

286 English Country Seat, Ancient Fen, an English, ii.
DUGDALE, SIR WILLIAM, i.

5:27 (Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon. FERGUSON, DR ADAM, ii.
Dugdale's Monasticon, Lines Written

638 FERGUSSox, ROBERT, ii.
in a Blank Leaf of, ii.
100 English Courage, i.

Ferrex and Porrex, i.
DUNBAR, WILLIAM, i.
40 English Liberty, ii.

265 FERRIER, Miss, ii. .
Duncan, King, Murder of, i.

181 English Mansion, Ancient, Descrip Feudal System, Effects of the, it.
DUNCAN, REV. DR, ii.
700 tion of, ii.
599 FIELD, NATHANIKI, i.

916
Dungeon, Picture of

a, ii.

344 English Scenery, Recollections of, ii. 275 Field Sports-(Cobbett), ii.
DUNLOP, John, ii.

642 English Squire, Banquet of an, ii. 287 Field of the World, the, ii.
Durandarte and Belerma, ii.

376 English Travellers Visit a Neapolitan FIELDING, HENRY, ii.
D'URFEY AND Browx, i.
027 Church, ii.

Filial Vow, the, ii.
Dwarfs, on the Marriage of the, i. 326 Englishman, Characteristic of an, i. 51 Fingal's Airy llall, ii.

7
DYER, JOHN, ii.

22 | Enjoyment of the Present Ilour re Fireside, the, ii.
Dying Bequest, i.
220 commended, i.

375 First Love's Recollections, ii.
EARLE, JOHN, i.

278 Envious Man and the Miser, i. 25 FISCHER, JOHN, i.
Early History of Nations, i. 263 Envy, against, i.

131 FITZROY, CAPTAIN, ii.
Early Rising and Prayer, i.
318 Envy and Emulation, i.

208 Flatterers and Agreeable Compa-
Earth, Insignificance of this, ii. 6654 Epic Poem, Receipt to Make an, i. 641 nions, i..
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GuRWOOD, LIEUT.-COLONEL, ii. 643
FLETCHER, ANDREW, or SALTOUN, Gibbon, his Mode of Life at Lau GUTHRIE, WILLIAM, ii,

192
i.

sanne, ii.
200 GUTZLAFF, REV. C. ii.

613, 681
FLETCHER, DR, ii.
703 GIFFARD, EDWARD, ü.

671 HABINGTON, WILLIAM, i.
FLETCHER, JOHN, i.
203 GIFFORD, WILLIAM, ii.
292 Habit and Practice, i.

512
FLETCHER, PHINEAS AND GIles, i. 122 GILFILLAN, ROBERT, ii.

506 Hafiz, Persian Song of, ii.

117
Flodden, Battle of, ii.

GILLIES, DR John, ii.
636 Haidee, Description of, ii.

393
Flora's Horologe, ii.
274 Gilpin, Rev. WILLIAM, ii.
689 HAILES, LORD, ii.

192
Flower o' Dumblane, ii.
491 Gilpin, John, the Diverting History HAKLUYT, RICHARD, i.

251
Flowers of the Forest — [Miss J. of, ii.

267 HALE, Sir MATTHEW, i.

507
Elliot), ii.
127 Ginevra, ii.

Hale, Sir Matthew, Character of, i. 456
Flowers of the Forest-Mrs Cock-

Gipsies-an English Fen, ii.

314 HALES, JOHN, i.
burn), ii.
127 Girdle, to a, i.
326 HALFORD, SK HENRY, ii.

703
Pool, a Rich, i.
153 Gladiator, the, ii.
391 HALIBURTON, ii.

623
Foote, SAMUEL, ii.

150
GLADSTONE, Mr, ii.
657 Hall of Eblis, the, ii.

542-545
Forbes, SiR WILLIAM, ii.
645 GLAPTHORNE, HENRY, i.
216 | Hall, Cart. BASIL, ii.

683
FORD, Jonx, i.
219 GLEIG, REY, G. R. ii.

628 HALL, EDWARD, i.
Forest Scenery, ii.
400 Glenburnie, Picture of, &c. ii. 576-578 | HALL, JOSEPH, i.

112, 275
Forgiveness, ii.
140 Globe, the Final Conflagration of, i. 451 HALL, MRS S. C. ii.

619
FORSYTH, JOSEPH, ii.
671 Gloomy Winter's now Awa, ii.

HALL, Rev. ROBERT, ii.

657
Portescue, Sir John, i.

54 Glory, On a Sermon against, ii. 47 Hall's Satires, Selections from, i. 112
Forth, the River of, Feasting, i. 159
Gloucester, Protector, Scene in the HALLAM, HENRY, ii.

642
Fortitude, ii.
140 Council-Room of the, i.

58 Hallo my Fancy, &c. i.

393-395
Fortune, of, i.
104 GLOVER, RICHARD, ii.
112 Hame, Hame, Hame, ii.

500
FOSBROOK E, Rev. T. D. ii.
688 God, the First Cause, i.
267 HAMILTON, MRs, ii.

575
FOSTER, DR JAMES, ii.
217 God, Delight in, Only, i.
130 HAMILTON, WILLIAM, ii.

24
Foster, REV. Joun, ii.
658 God, Devout Contemplation of the HAMILTON, THOMAS, ii.

601
Fox, CHARLES JAMES, ii.

Works of, i.
453 IIamlet, Ghost Scene in, i.

184
Fox, GEORGE, i.
458 God, to Find, i.
143 Hamlet, the-an Ode, ii.

101
Fox, John, i.
67 God, the Goodness of, i,

432 | Hamlet, the Character of, ii. 693, 694
Fox, Sir Stephen- A Fortunate Cour. God, Honour to, i.

432 Hampden, Character of, i.

477
tier not Envied), i.
421 God, though Incomprehensible, not Happiness, ii.

414
Pox's III-treatment at Ulverstone, i. 459

Inconceivable, i.

123 Happiness Depends not on Goods,
Fragment-(Gane were but the Win. God, Light the Shadow of, i.

301 but on Virtue, i.

561
ter-Cauld), ii.
500 God, Nature of the Evidence of the Happiness of Married Life, i.

214
Franco contrasted with Holland, ii. 61 Existence of, i.

453 Happiness of Others, Desire of the, ii. 648
France in 1718(Lady Mary W. Mon God, Omnipresence of_{The Works

Ilappiness, Real and Apparent, i. 295
tagu to Lady Rich), i.

of Creation), i.

613 | Happy Life, the Character of a, i. 105
France, Journey to, i.
116 God and Mammon, i.

458 Happy Life, the Means to Attain, i.
Francis I. and the Emperor Charles God's Exhortation to Activity, i. 525 Happy Valley, the, ii.

626
V. Characters of, ii.
191 GODWIN, W. ii. 514, 560-562, 642, 701 Hardwick, in Derbyshire, ii.

557
Frankenstein-his? Creation of the

Gold, i.
315 Hare and Many Friends, i.

574
Monster, &c. ii.
581-583 Golden Age Restored, i.

201 Harley sets out on his Journey, &c.-
Franklin, a, i.
278 Golden City, the, i.

473-475 [From The Man of Feeling), ii. 178, 179
FRANKLIN, DE BENJANIN, ii. 243 Golden Fishes, to Certain, ii.

472 TIARRINGTON, JAMES, i.

404
FRANKLIN, CAPTAIN JOHN, ii. 676 GOLDSMITH, 0. ii. 50-64, 141, 177, 223 HARRINGTON, JOHN, i.

82
FRASER, JAMES BAILLIE, ii. 606, 679 Good Breeding, Definition of, ii. 248 HARRINGTON, SIR JOHN, i.

104
Freebooter Life in the Forest -

-[J.
Good Life, Long Life, i.

114 HARRIS, JAMES, ii.
L. Peacock], ii.
027 | GORE, MRS, ii.
023 HARRIS, MAJOR W. C. ii.

688
Freedom, Apostrophe to, i.

GORTON, John, ii.
617 | HARRIS, WILLIAM, ii.

243
Freedom, Progress of, ii.
184 Governing a Nation, Difficulty of, ii, 656 HARRISON, WILLIAM, i.

250
Freedom, Savage, i.
331 Government, i.
241 HARRY, BLIND, i.

29
French, the, i.

281 Government and Liberty, i. 406 Harvey, William, on the Death of, i. 317
French Ariny in Russia, ii.

GOWER, John, i.

23 Hassan, or the Camel Driver, ii. 31
French Love of Dancing, i.

GRAFTON, RICHARD, i.
219 HAWKESWORTH, JOHN, ii.

135
French Peasant's Supper, ii.
175 GRAHAME, JAMES, ii.

303 IIAYLEY, WILLIAM, ii.

209, 645
FRERE, JOHN HOOKHAM, ii.

Grahame to his Son, ii.

308 | Hayley's Lines on the Death of his
Friar of Orders Gray, ii.
76 Grahame's Sabbath, Passages from, Mother, ii.

269
Friend of Humanity and the Knife-

ii.
305-307 HAYNES, JAMES, ii.

517
Grinder, ii.
295 GRAINGER, Dr James, ii.
119 ILAYWARD, Sur Joux, i.

264
Friendship, i.
24)-243 Grand Question Debated, i.

552 HAZLITT, WILLIAM, ii.

093
Friendship, ii.
413, 414 GRANT, MRs, ii.

278 HEAD, SIR FRANCIS, ii.

683
FULLER, THOMAS, i.

Grasp of the Dead, the, ii. .
450 Health, Duty of Preserving, i.

516
Funcral Ceremony at Rome, ii. 672 Grasshopper, the, i.

315 Heart, to his-- Scot), i.

155
Futurity, Apostrophe to, ii. 459 Grasshopper and the Cricket, to the, Heaven and Hell, i. .

314
Gaffer Gray, ii.

Heaven, Thoughts of, ii.

505
GALL, DR, ii.

GRATTAN, T. C. ii.
008 Heaven, What is in, i.

11
GALL, RICHARD, ii.
492 Grave, the, ii.

3, 418 Heavens, the Starry, ii. .
Gallowa', the Hills o', ii.
506 Grave of Anna, the, ii.

24 HEBER, Dr REGINALD, ii. 407-410
GALT, JOHN, ii.
589-591 Graves of a Household, the, ii.

439

Heber's Journal, Verses from, ii.
Gamester, the-his Last Stake, ii. 134-138 Gray, Auld Robin, ii.

127 Hebrew Bard, the, ii.

6
Garden, Thoughts in a, i.
344 GRAY, THOMAS, ii.

49 Hebrew Maid, Ilymn of the, ii. 385
Garland, the, i.

Great Fire in London, i.

420 Heir at Law, Scene from the, ii. 525-127
GAREICK, DAVID, ii.
1. 48 Grecian Mythology – the Various Helen of Kirkconnel, ii.

423
Garrick, Death of, ii.
579 Lights in which it was regarded, ii. 215 Ilelmsman, the, ii.

373
Garrick, Prologue Spoken by, at the Greece, Ancient, ii.

30 HEMANS, Mrs, ii.

437, 438
Opening of the Theatre in Drury Greece, Picture of Modern, ii.

389 Henderson, on Captain Matthew, ii. 485
Lane, in 1747, ii.
30 Greece, Satan's Survey of, i. 342 HENRY, DR ROBERT, ii.

192
GARTH, SIR SAMUEL, I.
567 | GREEN, MATTHEW, i.

578 | Henry III. Extract from a Charter
GAUDEN, JOHN, i.
280 GREENE, ROBERT, i.

168 of, i.
GAY, JOHN, i.
570 Greenland, ii.

416 Henry VN.'s time, a Yeoman of, i.
Gay Young Men upon Town, i. 594 Greenland Missionaries, the, ii. 259 HENRY, MATTHEW, i.

458
GELL, SIR WILLIAM, ii.
671 Greenwich Hill, ii.

294 IIenry, Prince, Epitaph on,

i.
Genius, Dawnings of, ii.
428 Greenwich Pensioners, the, ii. 346 IIENRYSON, ROBERT, i.

38
Genius, English, i.
327 Gregory, Lord, Ballad of, ii.

300 HERBERT, GEORGE, i

..

136
Genius not a source of Unhappiness Grief, against Excessive, i.

502 HERBERT, LORD, i.

269
to its Possessor, ii.
698 Grief controlled by Wisdom, i. 431 HERBERT, Sir Thomas, i.

261
Genius, Pictures of Native, ii. 458 Grief, Moderation in, i.

279 HERDERT, WILLIAM, ii.
GEOFFREY OF MONMOUTH, i.

GRIFFIN, GERALD, ii.
614, 615 Heresy, i.

284
Geraldino, Description and Praise Grongar Hill, ii.

2, 23 Heresy and Orthodoxy, i.

515
of his Love, i.
47 Gulliver in Brobdingnag, i.

629 | Hermit, the-(Far in a wild, un-
Ghosts, i.
302 | Gunpowder, Invention and Use of, ii. 200 known to public view), i. 076-578

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Hermit, the-(At the close of the Hunter, William, Notable History JESSE, EDWARD, ii.
day, when the hamlet is still),

of, i.

68 Jesus, Hymn to the Name of, i.
ii.
108 HURD, DR R. ii. .

216 Jew of Malta, Passages from the, i.
HERRICK, Robert, i.

139 Hussey, to Mistress Margaret, i. 45 Jews, Hymn of the Captive, ii.
Herrick's Thanksgiving for his Hymn to Adversity, ii.

53 Joan of Arc, ii.
House, i.

142 | Hymn before Sunrise in the Vale of JOCELYN, LORD, ii.
HERSCHEL, Sir John, ii.
703 Chamouni, ii.

343 Johnson, DR SAMUEL, ii. 3-30, 173, 221
HERVEY, T. K. ii.

473 Hymn of the Captive Jews, ii. 446 Johnson and Hannah More, ii. 578, 579
Hester, to, ii.
356 Hymn for Family Worship, ii. 303

Johnson's Dictionary, Extract from
HEYLIN, PETER, i.

281 Hymn-Fifteenth Sunday after Tri the Preface, ii.
HEYWOOD, JOHN, i.
163 nity, ii.

409 Johnson's Letter to Lord Chester
HeYWOOD, THOMAS, i.

221 Hymn of the Hebrew Maid, ii. 385 field, ii.
High Life Below Stairs, Scene from, Hymn, Missionary, ii.

409 JOHNSTON, DR ARTHUR, i.

161
ii.
148 Hymn to the Name of Jesus, i. 152 JOHNSTONE, CHARLES, ii.

176
High Life, Scandal and Literature

Hymn to Pan, ii.

405 JOHNSTONE, Mrs, ii.
in, i.
595 Hypocrite, the, i.
277 Jones, Rev. RICHARD, ii.

701
Highland Girl, to a, ii.
331 | Hypocritical Sanctimony, i.

JONES, SIR WILLIAM, ii.

115
Highland Poor, the, ii.
281 I do Confess thou'rt Smooth and

JONSON, Bex, i. 112-115, 191-19
Highway Robbery, a Game of, ii. 536-538 Fair, i.

161

Jonson, Ben, Character of, i.
Highways in England, Fabulous Ac Ice, Sports upon, in Elizabeth's

Jonson, Ben, Letter to, i.

119
count of the First, i.
8 Reign, i.
250 Jortin, DR JOHN, ii.

216
Hills o' Gallowa', the, ii.

506 Ideas, Fading of, from the Mind, i. 515 Judgment, the Day of — (Jeremy
Hind and Panther, the, i.

Ignorance in Power, i.

444 Taylor), i.
Hindoo Widow. Sacrifice of a, ii. 679, 680 Il Penseroso, i.

336 Judgment, the Day of—[Version of
Historian, Qualifications of, i.

79 111-Natured and Good-Natured Men, the “ Dies Iræ'), i.
History--How to Read it, i.
515 i.

443 | Judgment, the Day of-[H. H. Mil.
History and Biography, i.
498 Imagination, Fears of, ii.

513 man), ii.
History, on the Credit due to, i.

456
Immoderate Self-Love, i.

438 Judgment, Hasty, i.
History of John Bull, i.

642-645 Immortality, Longing after, i. 439 Julia, i.
HOADLY, DR BENJAMIN, i.

665 Immortality of the Soul, Opinion of Julia's Recovery, i.
HOBBES, THOMAS, i.

266, 267 the Ancient Philosophers on the, ii. 195 JUNIUS, ii.
HOBHOUSE, J. C. ii. .
671 Improvisatrice, from the, ii.

450 Junius's Celebrated Letter to the
IlogG, JAMES, ii.
496 499 INCH BALD, Mrs E. ii.

531, 553 King, ii.
Hohenlinden, ii.
373 | Independence, Ode to, ii.

66 KAMES, Lord-[ilenry Home), i.
HOLCROFT, THOMAS, ii.. 531, 546 Indian Gold Coin, Ode to an, ii. 289 KEATS, Johx, ii.

402 400
Holiness and Sin, i.
4.36 Indian's Account of a London Gam KELLY, Hugi, ii.

141
HOLINSHED, RAPHAEL, i.
250 ing-house, i.

529 Kemble, John, Portraiture of, ii.
HOLLAND, Dr, ii.
671 Industry, i. .

433, 658 KENDAL, TIMOTHY, i.
HOLLAND, LORD, ii.
645 | INGLIS, H. D. ii.

683 KENNEDY, R. H. ii.
Holland, a Whimsical Satire on, i. 345 INGOLDSBY, Thomas, ii.

625 Kennedy, WILLIAM, ii.
Holland and its Inhabitants, i. 282 INGRAM, MR, ii. .

642 KENNETT and POTTER, i.
Holy Scriptures, Some Considera Ingratitude, i.

425 | KEPPEL, Hox. GEORGE, ii.
tions Touching the Style of the, i. 519 Ingratitude an Incurable Vice, i. 445 Khubla Khan, Passage from, ii.
Home, ii.

420 Inn, Arrival at the supposed, ii. 142 Killigrew, Mrs Anne, Ode to the Me-
Home among the Mountains, ii. 434 Inn, Humorous Socne at an, i. 599

mory of, i.
Home, John, ii. .
138, 139 Inn, Lines in Praise of an, ii.

40

Killing a Boar, i.
HONE, HENRY-(Lord Kames), ii. 208 Inoculation for the Small-pox-[Lady Kilmeny, from the Queen's Wake, ii. 46
Homes of England, the, ii.

438 Mary W. Montagu to Mrs S. C.], i. 652 King--What he is Made for, i.
Homicide, against, ii.
140 Inquiry, Free, i.

284 King, CAPTAIN, ii.
HONE, WILLIAM, ii.

700 Intellectual Beauty—[Pleasures of King, DR HENRY, i.
Honour, against Titles of, i.
462 the Imagination), ii.

45 King, EDWARD, ii.
Honour, Apostrophe to, i.
44 Invermay, the Birks of, ii.

43 King of Tars, i.

9, 10
Hood, Thomas, ii.

461, 465
Ion, Passages from, ii.

522–524 Kingdom of Christ not of this World,
Hood's Parental Ode to his Son, ii.
Iona, Reflections on Landing at, ii.

i.
Hook, DR JAMES, ii.

601 Irish Serpents, the Last of thc, ii. Kings, the Strength of, i.
Hook, THEODORE E. ii.
607 Irish Village and School-house, Pic Kiss, the-a Dialogue, i.

141
HooKER, Јону, і.
230 ture of an, ii.

616-618 Kiss, Stolen--Sonnet upon a, i.
HOOKER, RICHARD, i.
235 | IRVING, DAVID, ii.
647 Kitten, the, ii.

451
Hop-Garden, Directions for Cultivat Irving, WASHINGTON, ii.

Knife-Grinder and Friend of Huna-
ing a, i.
48 | Irwan, Farewell Hymn to the Valley

nity, ii.
Hopx, Thomas, ii.
592 of, ii.

74 Knolles, RICHARD, i.
Hope—[Pastoral Ballad], ii. 38 Israelites, Scene of the Encampment Knowledge, Limitation of Iluman, i. 979
Horace, Ode from, i.

of the, after Crossing the Red Sea, Knowledge, Love of, i.
HORNE, DR G. ii.
216 ii..

678 Knowledge, Uses of, i.
HORSLEY, DR SAMUEL, ii.

Italian, the-Opening of the Story, ii. 555 KnowleS, HERBERT, ii.
Hosier's Ghost, ii.
114 Italian Evening on the banks of the KNOWLES, J. 8. ii.

518
Hospitality, Vulgar, i.
634 Brenta, ii.

392 Kvox, Joux, i.

M, 34
Hours, the, ii.
378 Italian Landscape, an, ii.'
558 Knox, William, ii.

453
How no Ago is Content with his own Italian Song, an, ii.

320 | Kuzzilbash's Return to his Yative Vil.
Estate, &c. i.
47 Italians and Swiss contrasted, ii.

lage, ii.
Howard, EARL OF SURREY, i. 46 Italy, Letter from, i.

543 Kyp, THOMAS, i.

167
Howard the Philanthropist, Charac Jack Cade's Insurrection, i.

56 Labour overcomes apparent Impos-
ter of, ii.
2.34 JAMES, G. P. R. ii..

628 sibilities, i.
Howard, Lines on, ii.
273 JAMES I. of England, i.

271 Laconics, or New Maxims of State
HOWELL, JAMES, i.
255 JAMES I. of Scotland, i.

Conversation, i.
Howell, to Capt. Thomas B. i. 257, 258 James I. a Prisoner in Windsor, i. 37 Ladies, Good, the Garment of, i.
Howitt, MARY, ii. .
462 James V. Character of, i.

305 Lady, to a, Admiring llerself in a
Howitt, WILLIAM, ii.

JAMES VI. i.

157 Looking-glass, i.
Hudibras, Accomplishments of, i. 347 James VI. and a Refractory Preacher, Lady, Poet's Praise of his, i.
Hudibras, Personal Appearance of, i. 348 i.

307 Lady Veiled, to a, i.
II udibras, Religion of, i.

348 Jane Shore, Penitence and Death of, Lady's Chamber in the Thirtoată
Hugues, Jonn, i.
615 i.

Century, ii.
Human Character, Fruits of Expe Jeanie Morrison, ii.

503 LAING, MALCOLM, ii.
rience of, i.
454 JEFFREY, LORD, ii.

695 LAING, SAMUEL, ii.
Human Greatness, Decay of, i. 123 Jenny Dang the Weaver, ii.

494 | L'Allegro, i.
Human Life, ii.
318 Jenny's Bawbee, ii.

495 LAMB, CHARLES, ii.
HUME, ALEXANDER,
156 JENYNS, SOAME, ii.

249 LAMB, LADY CAROLINE, ii.
Humx, DAVID, ii.
182-185, 202 JerHSON, ROBERT, ii.

510 Lampoon, i.
Humility, i.
283 JEP.ROLD, DOUGLAS, ii.

625 Lanark, Sceno at-[From lustry
Humorous Scene at an Inn, i.
599 Jerusalem before the Siege, ii. 446

Clinker), ii.
HUNT, LEIGH, ii.

422-425, 524 | Jerusalem, Conquest of, by the Cru LANDER, RICHARD, ii.
HUNTER, Mrs, ii.
278 saders, ii.

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