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Lectures on Poetry, by T. Campbell
Lines written in Sickness
Fragment from my Pocket-Book
Portrait of a Septuagenary; by himself
209. 301. 423
To a Log of Wood upon the Fire
An Old English Garden
South American Patriot's Song
All Hallow Eve in Ireland
Lines written on the field of Crecy, 1820
On Arabic and Persian Literature
Sonnet-Angelo di Costanzo
Sketches of Italy in Prose and Verse, No. I. Passage of the Alps.
No. II. Como. No. III. Venice
267. 334. 568
Italian Poets, No. I. Michel Angelo. No. II. Frederic II. and
THE THIRD VOLUME.
Chantrey, stanzas on a monument by,
ing the thirteenth century, 316, 497.
Como, sketch of, 568.
Concealment, a song, 348.
Courtship, modern, 71.
Crecy, lines on the field of, 261.
Doblado's Letters from Spain, 113, 321.
Drama, on the German, 145—The Rob-
bers, ib.-Cabal and Love, ib.-of
Kotzebue, 146—Iffland, 147-Schil-
ler's Don Carlos, 149.
Dublin in 1822, 503.
, the actor, account of, 311.
his history, 51, 52, 53, 54.
Easter, on the origin and celebration of,
England, Letters on, by M. De. St. Foix,
English architecture, incongruities in,
English landscape, 535.
Fables, on the old, 373.
Farmer's wife and Gascon, the, 396.
Festival of May morning in Warwick-
pensities of, 13-errors of English tra 103, 104, 105—the combat between
ventures home, 112.
Filicaja, sonnets of, 320.
Fox (Mr.) his introduction to Voltaire,
Francisco Redi, sonnet of, 231.
Frederick II. and Pietro delle Vigne, 455.
Game of Chess during the thirteenth
Garden, an old English, 224—Pope and
Bacon's love of, 224, 225-a gardener
a happy man, 227.
peare, on, 551.
George II., Memoirs of, by Lord Wal 392, 393—the singing at Greek en-
and traditionary literature, 289—the chief Ahyonwaeghs, by T. Campbell,
114, 115—murder of a young lady,
116—the Carthusians, 118-hermits,
the, 309—Le Kain, 310—Clairon, 311 on England, by St. Foix, 164—
-description of Brighton, 168, 169–
eray, ib.-his dress described, 64 to 443–573 to 576.
Literature, Arabic and Persian, 262—
German popular and traditionary,289.
London, literary recollections of, 29—
associations in, 30—Fleet-street, ib.-
St. Dunstan's, 31— Temple-bar, 32,
33-Strand, 33—Mr. P.'s visit to, 401.
Mahomet the Brighton Shampooer, ode
March, lines on the first of, 364.
Martelli, his Alexandrines, 236.
May, 428—feeling of the poets respect-
ing it, 429, 430--sports of, 431-fes-
tival of, in Warwickshire, 433, 434,
Memoirs of George II. by Lord Walpole,
review of, 357.
mise, letter III. 35—IV. 37–V. 179
-VI. 243–VII. 245–VIII. 376-IX.
Milkmaid and Banker, the, 395.
Milton, essay on the sonnets of, 238.
-singular boy, traveller in, 250-po-