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Bidlake's Year, a Poem,

79 Correspondence of Grimm and Diderot,

Biography, on the Study of, 356 Article concluded,

517

Bishop and Twiss, — Scotish Melodies, Correspondence with the Reviewers,

No. I.

187

III–112. 224. 334-336. 448.

Blakeney's Thanksgiving Sermon, 447 Crystallography, Elements of, 221

's Sermon on Schism, 223 Currency, See Lauderdale, Lord.

Blümchen der Einsamkeit,

309 Cursory Kemarks on the Attack on Nor.

Bodleian Library, Letters from,

way.

105

Bonaparte, a Poem,

96 Cutaneous Diseases, Synopsis of, 375

and the Bourbons,

107

Decrees of,

331

--'s Flight from Egypt,

492

delineated by himself, 510

D

Book-keeping no Bugbear,

323 Daughters, absent, Letters to, 325
Boschini - Eloisa ad Abelardo, 426 Debtor and Creditor, a Comedy,

103
Brickwood's Obs. on the Corn-laws, 407 Decrees, Ordinances, &c. of Bonaparte,
Broughton's Letters from a Mahratta

331
Camp,

395 Dellow, Thomas, History of the Loss of,
Brumaire, 18th, History of,

502
Brydges, Sir Egerton, his Ruminator, Dictionary, Spanish,

140

-, Topographical, of Ireland and

Bullion, Tracts relative to,

171

of Scotland,

125. 132

Burns the Moral Tendency of Diderot, See Grimm.

Methodism, Part II.

293 Difficult Pronunciation,

217

Butler's Sketch of Geography, 15 Discourses, Three, at Wisbech, 206

Two, for Servants, 333

Ducray-Duminil - la Fontaine Sainte

с

Catherine,

436

Durdent on the Campaign of Moscow,

Campaign of Moscow,

507

507

of Paris,

512
Canada, Travels through,

238

Carey, Mr. Address to,

437

E

Carlisle's Topographical Dictionary of

Ireland and of Scotland, 125, 132 Economy, Domestic, of Great Britain, His-

Carmen Seculare, .

317

torical View of,

Carpenter's Memoirs of Worthington, Edgeworth, Miss, her Patronage, a

445

Novel,

109

Catholic Religion, Portraiture of, 256 Egypt, Bonaparte's Flight from,

492

Emancipaticn, Address on, 440

Elements of Music,

103

Cavendisb's Life of Wolsey, who wrote

Eloisa ab Abelardo,

426

it?

218 Enghien, Duke d', on the Assassination

Chalmers on the Domestic Economy of of,

503

Great Britain, new Edition, 220 England in the 19th Century, 476

Chardon de la Rocbette-Critical and English Composition, See Rippingham.

Philological Miscellanies, 449

Language, Grammar of, 302

Charities, in Norfolk, Account of, 442 Essays, popular,

402

Cbateaubriand on Bonaparte and the Evans's Sermon on Worthington, 446

Bourbons,

107 Evelyn's Silva, 4th Edition, 436

Christian Conqueror,

220 Eustace's Classical Tour through Italy,

Christianity in India, Letters of Laicus, Article concluded,

312

Exile of Elba, a l'oem,

97

Sermon on 444

Clarendon, Lord, his Religion and Pulicy,

SI

Clark's Account of Charities in Norfolk,

F

442

Clifford's Carmen Seculare,

317 Fernandez, Don Felipe, his Spanish and

Cockle's (Mrs.) Navonal Triumphs, 453 English Dictionary,

III

Code Napoleon, translated,

60 Fincb's Essays on Political Philosophy,

Corn-laws, Observations on, 407

415

Letter on, and other Tracts, ib. Fitzgerald's Tyrant's Downfall, 321

Flowerets
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History of the Loss of Thomas Dellow,

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Gallais's History of 18th Brumaire, 502

General - Post. bag,

Geograpby, Skeich of,

IS

of the Bible,

439

George Gordon's Ghost,

215

Germany, See Stael, Madame.
Giraud on the Campaign of Paris,

512
Gold, Lack of,

171
Gold-Coin-bill, Speech on,

171
Goldoni's Memoirs,

465

Goldsmith - Recueil de Décrets, &c. 231

Grant's Grammar of the English Lan-
guage,

302
Grey, Earl, Letter to,

107
Grimm and Diderot, Correspondence of,
Article concluded,

517
Gustavus Vasa, and other Poems, 289
Gwilliam's Exile of Elba, a Poem, 97

Kelley's Elements of Music,

103
Kenney's Debtor and Creditor, a Comedy,

ib.
Krusenstern's Voyage round the World,

113. 275

L

H

-

Hall's Address to Mr. Carey, 437
Hamilton's (Miss) Popular Essays, 402
Hardinge's Russian Chiefs, an Ode, 321
Hatt's Poems, 2d Edition,

320
Hill's Lectures on the Old Testament,

Lack of Gold,

171
Laicus, Letters of,

312

Lambert's Travels through Canada, 238

Lauderdale, Lord, on the Depreciation of
Paper-Currency,

171
-, his further Considerations on

the Currency

ib.

his Letter on the Corn-

laws,

407

Le Blond's Voyage to the Antilles,

481
Lectures on the Old Testament, 209
Letter from Sir P. Francis to Earl Grey,

107
-- on the Corn-laws,

407

Letters of Laicus,

312

to absent Daughters, 325

to Dr. Smith,

332

from the Bodleian Library, 366

from a Mahratta Camp, 395

Levis on England in the 19th Century

476

Lindsay's Sermon on Worthington, 445

Love of Fame, a Satire,

431

209

III
History, See Fones, See Gallais.
Hitchener's Towers of Ravenswold, 216
Hobbouse's Journey through Albania,

337

Hodgkins— Méthode Pratique, 439

Hoppaer's Translation of Krusenstern's

Voyage,

II 3. 275

Hunter's Evelyn's Silva, 4th Edition,

Jackson's Three Discourses,

India Bill, Speeches on,

See Cbristianity.

206

322

Mabratta Camp, Letters from, 395

Maltbus's Observations on the Corn.

laws,

407

Materialism,

P

Materialism, Reflections on, 441
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Vol.lll.

298
Melodies, Irish, No. V.,

183

-, Scotish, No. I.,

187

Memoirs of Goldoni,

465
of the National Institute, Vols.
VII.-X. Article continued, 532
Métbode Pratique, &c,

439

Methodism, on the moral Tendency of,

Part II.,

293

Midnight Dreams,

320
Miscellanies, Critical and Philological,

449
Modern Antique, a Poem,

213

Moore's Irish Melodies, No. V., 183

Morea, Travels in,

Morgan, Lady, her O'Donnel, a Tale,

IIO
Moscow, Campaign of,

507
Moses, on the Character of, 225
Music, on the Notation of,

89

Elements of,

103

Paris, the Campaign of,

312

Parnassian Wild Shrubs,

435

Parnell, Mr., his Speech on Bullion,

171

Patronage, a Novel,

109

Peace, Observations on the Treaty of,

329

Philosopbical Transactions of the Royal

Society for 1813,

Philosopby, Political, Essays on, 415
Pindar, Peter, the Regent and the Kivg,
a Poem,

99
-, Midnight Dreams, 320
Planter's Kalendar,

85
Platts on Materialism,

441
Plumptre, Miss, her Translation of

Pouqueville's Travels,
Poems, See Walker, Bidlake, Hatt,

Taylor, Ash, Gwilliam, Sotbety, Reise

sig, Clifford, Hardinge, Fitzgerald.
Poet's Disaster,

320

Politeness, Treatise on,

438

Political Philosophy, Essays on, 415
Poole's Intrigue, an Interlude,
Portraiture of the Catholic Religion,

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Pouqueville's Travels in the Morea, 1
Power's Book-keeping no Bugbear, 323
Preacher's Manual,

207

Predestined Thief,

205

Pronunciation, difficult,

217

Pulpit, Vol. II.,

208

Observations on the Treaty of Peace,

329
on the Corn-laws and Trade,

407

Ode on the Arrival of the Potentates in

Qxford,

315

to the Emperor Alexander, 318

to Wellington,

319

to Trinity-College,

434

O'Donnel, a Tale,
Old Testament, Lectures on,

209
Ower's Thanksgiving Sermon,

448

tion,

Researches on Atmospheric Phænomena,

372
Rovira

I 2

Review of the Controversy on the Price Stael, Madame de, on Germany, Article
of Bullion,
171 concluded,

268
Rippingbam's Art of Public Speaking, Stanfield on the Study of Biography,
390

356
-'s Rules for English Compo- Stanley's Rejected Addresses, a Farce,
sition, 2d Edition,
439

103
Robie son's Posthumous Works, 92

Stevenson and Moore - Irish Melodies,
Rochette, See Chardon.

No. V.,

183

Rostsey on the Notation of Music, 89 Substance of Mr. Parnell's Speech, 171

Rose, Mr., his Speech on the Corn-laws,

of Mr.Wilberforce's Speeches,

407

322

Royal Society, See Society.

of Mr. Rose's Speech on the

Rúks for English Composition, 2d Edit. Corn-laws,

407

439

of Mr. Western's Dos ib.

Ruminator,

140

Rundell, Mrs., Letters to absent Daugh-
ters,

325
Russian Chiefs, an Ode,

321
Taylor, P., his Poems,

431

W. his Parnassian Wild Shrubs,
$

435

Testament, Old, Lectures on, 209
Saint Catherine's Fount,
436 Thompson on Sicily,

164
Sancroft's Predestined Thief, 205 Thorpe's Address on Catholic Emanci.
Sang's Edition of Nicol's Planter's Ka- pation,

440

lendar,

85 Tour through Italy, Article concluded,

Scotland, Topographical Dictionary of,

35

132

Towers of Ravenswold,

216

Selection of Irish Melodies, No. V., 183 Townsend on the Character of Moses,
of Scotish Do., No. I.,
187

225
Sensation, See Tupper.

Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy,
Series of Popular Essays,

40% Vol. XI., Article concluded,

Sermons, Single, 223. 444-148

-, Medico-Chirurgical, Vol. II.

Servants, Discourses for,
333

298

Shipwrecks and Disasters at Sea, 380 Travels, See Pouquevillo, Eustace, Lamo

Sicily, and its inhabitants,

164 bert, Hobbouse.

Sir Horn-Book, a Ballad,

214

Treatise on Politeness,
Sixtb Report from the African Institu- Trinity-College, Ode to,

434

tion,

326 Tupper's Essay on Sensation in Vege-

Stetch of Ancient and Modern Geo- tables,

45

graphy,

I.

I wiss's Scotish Melodies, No. I.,

187

Smith, Dr., Letters to,

332 Tyrant's Downfall,
Society, Royal, Philosophical Transac-
tions of, for 1813,

69. ISI
Bolitude, Flowerets of,

309
Song of Triumph,
Setbeby's Song of Triumph, IOI Vegetables, Essay on Sensatiou in, 45
Spanish Dictionary,

Voyage round the World,

113. 275

Guitar, a Tale,

217

to the Antilles,

481

Speaking, Public, Art of,

390
Speecb of Mr. Johnson,

171

of Mr. Parnell,

ib.

of Mr. Rose on the Corn-laws,
ib. Waldenses, History of,

Igr
of Mr. Western on Do. 407 Walker's Gustavus Vasa, and other Poems,

Speecbes of Mr. Wilberforce on the India

289

Bill,

322

Ward's Elements of Arithmetic, 217

Sponss, Miss, the Spanish Guitar, a Tale, Warner's Thanksgiving Sermon, 448

217 Wellington, Ode to,

319,

Western,

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