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English clergy, absence of zeal in them one Letter from one of the Humes, 657
great cause of the indifference of the

from Mr Southey, in answer to an
laity, 551--Defective system of educa- attack upon him in “ Conversations of
tion among the, 552

Lord Byron," 712
Essays on the writings and talents of distin- Letters of Timothy Tickler. To the Editor

guished female authors, No. I. 162 of the John Bull Magazine, 115—To
Ettrick Shepherd, letter to the, 86— His Christopher North, on the last Westmin-

left-handed fiddler, 528-Christmas ca- ster Review, 222—To the same, on the
rol by, 680

last Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews,
Examination of the school of Southside, &c., 291-To Dr Mullion, 715
653

of Mr Mullion to the leading poets
Farewell to Greece, 25

of the age-No. I. To Bryan W. Proc-
to Scotland, by ODoherty, 598 tor, Esq. alias Barry Cornwall, 285
to Twenty-four, 681

from the Vicarage-No. I. 548
Female Writers, on the Works of celebra- from the Continent, No. I. 555
ted, 162

Liberal system, remarks on the origin and
Fiddler, the left-handed, 528

motives of the, 442-Its consequences as
Fires, calamitous ones in Edinburgh, 698 they affect foreign nations, 444—and as
Future prospects of the world, 278

they affect this country, 448-The sys-
Genius of men and women, brief hypothesis tem not less pure than wicked, 453— Its

concerning the difference in the, 387 grand principle is to value men and
Germany, extract from Russel's Tour in, things according to their worthlessness
245

and dangerous character, 455
Goetz von Berlichingen, a tragedy, by London periodical press, on the profligacy
Goethe, review of, 169

of the, No. I. 179--No. II. 438
Galleries of art, British, review of descrip- Love story, a summer evening's one, 579
tion of, 513

M-Crie, Dr, review of his Life of Andrew
Harem, visits to the, by Meerz& Ahmed Melville, 251
Tubeer. Visit III. 17

Magalotti on the Scotch School of Meta-
Henderson, Dr, remarks on his History of physics, 227
Ancient and Modern Wines, 1

Magic Lay of the One-horse Chay,the,440
Hoffman, E. T. A. review of his book en- Man-of-War’s-Man, the, Chap. XII., 321
titled “The Devil's Elixir,” 55

-Chap. XIII., 328--Attack of a Da-
Hora Gerinanicæ, No. XVII. Schiller's nish battery by the boats of the Tottum-
Fiesko, 194- No. XVIII. Lessing's

fog, 331
Laocoon, 312--No. XIX. Goetz von Marriages, 126, 365, 488, 615, 734

Berlichingen, a tragedy by Goethe, 369 Mansie Wauch, tailor, wonderful passage
Humes, letter from one of the, 657

in the life of, 456
Hunt and Hazlitt, 67

Maxims of Sir Morgan ODoherty, Part
Hunt, Leigh, letter from, to Christopher III., 334

North, 67—Part of an article by, 69 Medwin, Captain, review of his Conversa-
Hypothesis concerning the difference in the tions of Lord Byron, 530—Letter on
genius of men and women, 387

the same subject, 536-Letter of Mr
Intellectual progress and periodical publi- Southey concerning, 712

cations, on the reciprocal influence of Melville, Andrew, review of M'Crie's Life
the, 518

of, 251
Ireland, origin of causes of the late disturb- Memoirs of Joseph Brasbridge, review of,

ances in, review of, 97—Benighted and 428
horrible condition of, caused by the mo- Memoirs of Painting, review of Buchan-
nopoly of religion by the Catholic clergy, an's, 505
396-Bible Society meetingsin, opposed Memory, suggestions against the encou-
by the Roman Catholics, 491–Riot at ragement of, 136

Missionary meeting at Cork, 495 Meteorological Tables, 123, 358, 485, 612,
Irving, Washington, remarks on his Tales 730
of a Traveller, 294

Men and Women, brief hypothesis con-
Italy, Botta's Modern History of, 262 cerning the difference in their genius,387
Kean, Mr, on the auto-biography of, 271 Military appointments, promotions, &c.,
Knowledge, on some errors respecting the 124, 360, 486, 613, 731

advancement and diffusion of, 26 Modern history of Italy, remarks on Mr
Landon, Miss L. E. review of her poems, Botta's, 262
189

Mother's lament for her son, the, 33
Lessing's Laocoon, review of, 312

Mullion, Mr, letters of, to the leading
Letter from Leigh Hunt to Christopher poets of the age, 285—Songs by, 589,
North, Esq. 67

596
to the Ettrick Shepherd, 86

Murray, Lord Charles, death of, 490
on Medwin's Conversations of Lord Music, a satire, review of, 183
Byron, 536

Naval promotions, 364
of Lord Belgrave to the Cheshire New Year's Chant, 680
Whig Club, 543

New Christmas Carol, 680

· Noctes Ambrosianæ, XVI., No. 231- Prussian government, defence of the, 245
No. XVII., 585

Publications, monthly list of new ones,118,
North America, peculiarities of, 129– 352, 604, 725

Fine arts generally neglected by the Reciprocal influence of periodical publica.
Americans, 131- Their most celebrated tions, and intellectual progress, 518
painters educated in Britain, ib.--Cop- Remarks on the History of Ancient and
ley, West, ib.-Turnbull, Rembrandt, Modern Wines, l-On the late session of
Peale, 132— Alston, Morse, 133-Stew- Parliament, 74---On the profligacy of the
art, Leslie, 134–Newton, C. Harding, London periodical press, 179, 438-- On
135-Summary view of, 617

Mr Botta's Modern History of Italy, 262
Notice of an old English drama called -On the auto-biography of Edmund

“ The Valiant Scot,” founded on the Kean, 271--On Tales of a Traveller, 294
story of Sir William Wallace, 672

-On American writers, 304, 415, 560,
ODoherty, Sir Morgan, his remarks on -On the Church of England and the

Henderson the historian, 1-Maxims of, Dissenters, 395-On the liberal system,

334–His Farewell to Scotland, 598 442-On an angry article in the North
Oudney, Dr Walter, death of, 490

American Review, 474- On the con-
Painting, review of memoirs of, 505

duct of the Roman Catholics at Bible
Parliament, the late session of- Review Society meetings, 491–On the recipro-

of the leading features of, 74--Policy of cal influence of the periodical publica-
the Whigs, 75--Their praises of Sir Ro- tions, and the intellectual progress of
bert Wilson, 78, and Lord Cochrane, this country, 518 — On the Cheshire
79-Conduct of the House of Commons Whig Association, 540-On a Summary
towards Lord Eldon, 80---Danger of de- View of America, 617
stroying party spirit, 81- Estimate of Review, of Hoffman's work called the
the Ministerialand Opposition speakers, Devil's Elixir, 55–Of the leading fea-
82—Remission of taxes, 83—The prin- tures of the late session of Parliament,
ciples of free trade the principles of ruin, 74–Of Captain Rock detected, 97-01
ib.

Sir Robert Ker Porter's Travels, 140-
Periodical publications and intellectual Of music, a satire, 183–Of Miss Lan-

progress, on their reciprocal influence, don's poetry, 189-Of Schiller's Fiesko,
518

194-Of M'Crie's Life of Andrew Mel-
Poetry.-Farewell to Greece, 25--The ville, 251--Of Lessing's Laocoon, 312

Mother's Lament for her Son, 33-Let- -Of Goetz von Berlichingen, a tragedy,
ter from Timothy Tickler to the Editor 169_Of memoirs of Joseph Brasbridge,
of the John Bull Magazine, 115-Son- 428-Of Buchanan's Memoirs of Paint-
net to a Child, 161--Song from the Bea- ing, 503— Of a Description of the British
con, 177- Future Prospects of the Galleries of Art, 513—Of Medwin's
World, 278--Autumnal Stanzas, 290-- Conversations of Lord Byron, 530
The Shepherd's Cot, 385-Song, “There Riots in Ireland at Bible meetings, 495
is not a breath,” 394—The Magic Lay Russell, William, Esq. advocate, notice of
of the One-horse Chay, 440-- Twilight, the death of, 736
473-Symbolic Wild Flowers, 517- Rock, Captain, detected, review of, 97
The Left-handed Fiddler, by the Ettrick School of Southside, examination of the,
Shepherd, 528-Song, " The Whigs of 653
Chester,” 517-A Summer Evening's Schiller's play of the Fiesko, review of,
Love Story, 579--Song in praise of the 194
Maga, 589- Ditto for Reformers, 596– Scotch school of metaphysics, Magalotti
ODoherty's Farewell to Scotland,598- on the, 227
The Crabstick,600-Examination of the Scotland, ODoherty's farewell to, 598
School of Southside, 653- New Christ- Sharp, Simon, review of his poem called
mas Carol, 680- New Year's Chant, Music, a satire, 183

ib.-Farewell to Twenty-Four, 681 Shepherd's cot, the, 385
Political Economist, the, Essay II. Part Song on the Whigs of Chester, 547

II. On money, 34-Whether foreign or Songs by Mr Mullion, 589, 596, 600
domestic trade is most conducive to na- Songs by ODoherty, 598, 600
tional wealth, 40.-On the corn trade, 41 Sonnets, 161
-Essay III. Part I. Difference between Southey, Mr, letter from, in answer to an
practical and speculative opinions, 203- attack of Lord Byron, 712
Estimate of the real value of the facts of Speculations of a traveller concerning the
political arithmeticians, 204-14

people of the United States, 91
Porter, Sir Robert Ker, review of his Tra- Suggestions against the encouragement of
vels, 140

memory, 136
Posthumous letters of Charles Edwards, Suicide, the, 158

Esq., No. Ill., 45— No. IV., 658 Summary View of America, by an English-
Prices current, 122, 357, 484, 611, 729 man, remarks ou, 617 -- Face of the coun-
Profligacy of the London periodical press, try, 621--Cities, towns and villages, 623
on the, 179, 438

-Modes and conveniences of travelling,

626—Men, 631—The women, 632- Traveller, speculations of a, 91
Domestic life, ib.-Spirit of conversa- Twilight, 473
tion, 633–Intelligence, 634-Patriot- United States, speculations of a traveller
ism, hospitality, politeness, 637—Reli- respecting the people of the, 91
gion and religious sects, 638-The In- Valiant Scot, the, an ancient English dra-
dians, ib.-Slavery, slave trade, free ma, notice of, 672
blacks, colonization society, 640—The Vicarage, letters from the, No. I. 548
English language, oratory, literature, Visits to the harem, Visit III., 17
644 -- The government, 645— Political Wallace, Sir William, notice of an old
parties, 648—Manufactures and com- drama founded on the story of, 672
merce, the fine arts, morals, 650—-Na. West Indian Controversy, the, No. IV.,
tional character, 651—Conclusion, ib.

682
Summer evening's love story, a, 579 Whigs of Cheshire, remarks on their asso-
Symbolic wild flowers, 517

ciation, 540- Lord Belgrave's letter to
Table talk. A New Series. No. I., 71 the, 513--Song on the, 547
Tales of a Traveller, remarks of Timothy Wild flowers, symbolic, 517
Tickler on, 294

Wines, ancient and modern, remarks on
Thoughts on the advancement and diffu- the history of, 1
sion of knowledge, 26

Wonderful passage in the life of Mansie
Tickler, Timothy, letters of, No. XVI.,115 Wauch, tailor, 456

- No. XVII., 222-No. XVIII., 294 Works preparing for publication, 117, 350,
- No. XIX., 715

602, 723
Travels, Sir R. K. Porter's, review of, 140 World, future prospects of the, 278

BIRTHS.

INDEX TO BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Coke, 365

Hamilton, 488 Macleod, 615
Abercrombie, 365 Cook, 126

Hawthorn, 126 Macneal, 488
Alexander, 733 Cooper, 483 Hay, 126

M'Queen, 733
Allan, 365 Craigie, 488 Head, 365 Maitland, 733
Baillie, 614 Craufurd, 488 Heriot, 188 Maxwell, 488
Baird, 488 Cumming, 614 Hislop, 734 Menzies, 488
Balfour, 733 Cunningham, 733 Hogarth, 734 Miller, 488
Baxter, 365 Cusine, 488 Hope, 615, ib. Minto, 488
Begbie, 488 Dalyell, 365 Huie, 488

Mitchell, 734
Bere, 365
Davidson, 734 Hunt, 365

Montagu, 365
Berry, 733 Dawson, 365 Hunter, 734, ib. Montgomery,488,
Bethune, 365 Deans, 615, 734 Hutchins, 365

615
Bollein, 734 Delawar, 365 Inglis, 733 Morrison, 365, ib.
Borthwick, 126,614 Donaldson, 126,734 Irving, 365 Mylne, 126
Boswell, 488 Drummond, 365 Johnston, 126, Murray, 488
Bowie, 488 Dunbar, 615

365, 615 Napier, 733, ib.
Bradford, 365 Duncan, 126 Jolly, 126

Nicholson, 614
Brodie, 126 Dundas, 488

Jones, 488

Ogilvy, 126, 614
Broomfield, 365 Dunlop, 734 Kenney, 488 Oliver, 734
Brougham, 488 Elliot, 365 Kinnear, 365, 488 Orleans, 365
Bruce, 365

Elphinstone, 733 Kintore, 126 Paget, 365
Burnet, 365 Erskine, 365, ib. Knowles, 614 Pasley, 733
Bushby, 614 Filden, 733 Krim Ghery, 365 Pearson, 365
Calder, 126 Fisher, 365 Lang, 126

Peat, 365
Cameron, 126 Fitzclarence, 126 Learmonth,365,488 Radcliffe, 614
Campbell, 365, ib. Forrest, 733 Leslie, 126, 365 Ralston, 614

615, 733 Fraser, 365, ib. Lindsay, 126 Rattray, 488
Cargill, 614

488, 615

Little, 365 Renny, 615
Carmichael, 615 Gairdner, 733 Lockhart, 614 Richardson, 488
Caulfield, 126 Gibb, 365

Logan, 365

Robertson, 488,
Chetwynd, 365 Gibson, 614 Lundie, 733

615
Cheyne, 734 Glen, 488

Macalister, 733 Ross, 365, 614
Christie, 126, 365, Gordon, 365, ib. M'Grigor, 365 Rymer, 615
ib.

733, ib.

Mackay, 126 Sanders, 615
Clarke, 126, 488 Gower, 488 Mackintosh, 615 Sands, 126
Cleghorn, 734 Grant, 126, 365 Mackenzie, 126 Sandwith, 365
Clerk, 126

Greenock, 734 365, 614, 731, Schenley, 126
Cochrane, 488 Hagart, 365 Maclagan, 614 Scott, 488,734, ib.

MARRIAGES.

Seton, 488

Craigie, 126 Lumsden, 365 Allan, 489, 615
Sinclair, 488, 733 Crawford,366,488 M'Cuaig, 615 Anderson,489,616
Snells, 126

734

M'Kean, 127 Andrew, 489
Somerset, 365 Crooks, 615 M'Quarrie, 365 Annesley, 735
Stainton, 365 Davies, 126 M'Queen, 734 Arnot, 368
Stein, 365 Dawson, 366 M.Rae, 366 Austin, 735
Stevenson, 488 Dempster, 127 Marshall, 366 Baird, 368
Stewart, 126, ib. Dickson, 366 Matheson, 488 Balfour, 128, 735
ib. 488

Digby, 488 Medwin, 734 Ballantine, 127,
Stirling, 126, 365 Douglas, 366, 734 Mitchell, 488

368
615
Dow, 127

Moore, 488 Band, 127, 489
Tawse, 734 Dowbiggin, 615 Murray, 366, 488, Barclay, 489
Telford, 488 Drummond, 615 615

Bartie, 489
Thompson, 365 Dudgeon, 366, ib. Musgrave, 615 Bennet, 735
Tweedie, 365 Dunstanville, 366 Neil, 615

Bell, 368, 488
Tweeddale, 733 Elliot, 488 Nelson, 127 Black, 735
Walker, 365 Englefield, 366 Niven, 488 Blaokwall, 127,
Wake, 615 Finch, 615 Orchard, 734 616
Warden, 734 Fitzgerald, 127 Panton, 365 Blair, 368, 735
Wedderburn, 365 Forrester, 488 Paterson, 366, ib. Boston, 488
Welsh, 614 Fotheringham,734 Phipps, 366 Boswall, 367
White, 615 Fox, 127

Plenderleith, 366 Boyd, 128, 489
Whitehead, 615 Fraser, 615 Prussia, 734 Broomfield, 489,
Wishart, 615 Fyfe, 734

Pym, 366

735
Wood, 488

Garbutt, 734 Rennie, 366, ib. Brown, 127, 128,
Wyld, 365

Garvach, 366 Richardson, 126 368, 735, ib.

Gibson, 488, 615 Robertson, 365, Brownlow, 367
Adair, 488

Gilmour, 734 488, 615, ib. Bruce, 127, 367,
Adcock, 366 Glasgow, 734 Ross, 127

368, 734, 735
Aitchison, 365 Glen, 734

Round, 615 Bryan, 489
Allan, 366 Gordon, 615 Russell, 126 Buchanan, 36
Anderson,366,734 Graham, 365 Sanderson, 366 Burnside, 616
Anglai, 126 Greig, 366, 615 Shaw, 734

Butter, 368
Baillie, 488 Hadden, 615 Simon, 488

Calder, 368
Baird, 734 Haig, 366

Sinclair, 615 Caldwell, 616
Balfour, 615 Haunay, 488 Smart, 734

Campbell, 128,
Bangour, 615 Hay, 126, 734 Smith, 126,127.366 368, 616, ib.
Beazley, 366 Henderson, 366 Stewart, 365, 734 Camson, (aged
Berkeley, 366 Hill, 365, 366,615 Strachan, 488 120) 735
Blackie, 126 Honeyman, 126 Strachan, 488 Cartwright, 489
Bisset, 127 Hope, 734

Somerville, 366 Chambers, 735
Bontine, 365 Hotchkis, 366 Spence, 127 Chatto, 489
Bowden, 126 Howard, 366 Strong, 366

Cheape, 616
Bower, 488 Huie, 126

Struthers, 366 Chevalier, 127
Boyd, 734
Hunter, 366 Tait, 366

Christie, 489, ib.
Brandling, 734 Hume, 615 Taylor, 734

735
Bremner, 615 Hutton, 366, 734 Thomson,365,615 Cleghorn, 735
Brown, 366. 734 Ingilby, 366 Thornton, 126 Cockburn, 616
Bruce, 488, 615 Ireland, 365 Torrance, 126 Cogan, 367
Bryant, 366

Jaffray, 734 Turnbull, 366,615 Colquhoun, 735
Buchan, 488 Jamaica, Bishop Turner, 366 Comb, 367
Campbell, 126,127

of, 366

Waddell, 126 Cook, 735
366

Kaye, 615, ib. Walker, 734 Cooper, 489
Cannan, 126 Kelly, 126 Wardrop, 488 Copland, 367
Charters, 126 Kennedy, 127 Warrand, 615 Corbett, 489
Chrystal, 126 Kid, 126

Watson,365,366,615 Couper, 489
Churchill, 366 Kirkwood, 488 Webster, 126, 365 Cowan, 368, 616
Clarke, 366 Kinnear, 734 Whitbread, 127 Cracami, ( a
Cockburn, 615 Laing, 366 Wildman, 734 dwarf,) 127
Cole, 615

Leishman, 366 Wood, 488 Craig, 735
Colville, 615 Leven and Mel. Young, 734 Craigie, 568
Connell, 126 ville, 127

DEATHS. Crawford.368,616
Cook, 366 Lindsay, 127, 366 Abercrombie, 127 Crosbie, 127
Cowen, 615 Logan, 615 Aitken, 367, 488 C'umming, 128,
Craig, 615 Lumsdaine, 615 Alexander, 735

368, 735

Cruikshank, 367
Hay, 368
Marr, 367

Ross, 616
Cunninghame, 367, Henderson, 127, Marshall, 616 Rothe, 616
ib. ib. 488

367, 489, 616 Maturin, 735 Russell, 735
Dalgleish, 368 Hepburn, 616 Maxwell, 367,368 Rymer, 368
Dallas, 734 Heugh, 368 Meldrum, 127 Sadler, 616
Dalmahoy, 367 Hill, 127, ib. 488, Mellis, 128 Sangster, 368
Davidson, 368 616

Melrose, 488 Schetky, 735
Davison, 616 Home, 128

Melville, 489 Scotland
Dickson, 368, 375 Hope, 735 Millar, 368, 735 Scott, 128, 616
Doeg, 368 Horner, 368 Miln, 616

Sharp, 368
Donaldson, 735 Houstoun, 127 Milnes, 127 Sheill, 368
Douglas, 368, 735 Howard, 128 Mitchell, 616, ib. Sherriff, 488
D'Oyley, 734 Hunter, 488, 489, Mitchelson, 736 Shiells, 367
Downes, 735

734

Moffat, 367, 489 Simson, 368, 489
Dreghorn, 128 Hutcheson, 367, Moir, 128 Sinclair, 489
Drummond, 127, 368

Moncrieff, 735 Skinner, 367
368

Hutton, 489 Montefiori, 368 Smith, 367
Duguid, 368 Innes, 489

Monteith, 127 Smolenski, 489
Duncan, 128, 616 Jeffrey, 367, 616 Moodie, 367 Snodgrass, 735
Dunraven, 368 Johnston,127,367 Morrison, 127,735 Somerville, 367
Elgin, (aged 102,) ib. 368, 735 Mowbray, 734 Spalding, 368
616
Jop, 734

Muirhead, 367 Spottiswood, 128
Elliot, 616 Kerr, 128, 489 Murray, 127, 128, Stevenson, 489
Ellis, 616
Kid, 368

367, 490 Stewart, 127, ib.
Erskine, 128, 368 Kinnoul, 735 Nairne, 367

ib. 367
489, 616, 735 Kirkpatrick, 368 Napier, 127 Stirling, 127, 367
Fairbairn, 368 Kissock, 735 Nash, 734

Strang, 616
Farquharson, 367 Landale, 616 Nicol, 735 Suffield, 489
Finlayson, 489 Lane, 127

Ogilvy, 488 Suther, 735
Fleming, 367 Lauder, 368 Oliphant, 735 Taylor, 368
Foggo, 735 Lawrie, 616 Orr, 128,616, 735 Templeton, 616
Forrester, 489 Leef, 735

Otridge, 616 Thielman, 616
Fothringham, 367 Lindsay, 489 Oudney, 490 Thin, 127
Fraser, 128, 367, Linning, 368 Oxberry, 127 Thom, 128, 489
ib. 735

Livingston, 368 Pagan, 127 Thomson,488,489
French, 735 Lizars, 368 Paisley, 489

615, 616
Geddes, 616

Locke, 127 Paterson, 127 Turner, 367
Gentle, 489 Loft, 127

Paton, 367 Tweedie, 616, 735
Gillespie, 367 Logan, 489

Pattison, 367 Tyrone, 367
Gleig, 127
Lyal, 489

Pearson, 489 Veitch, 367, 616
Godsman, 368 M.Combie, 368 Peat, 616

Waddell, 127
Gordon, 127, ib. Macculloch, 489 Pitcairn, 616 Waldie, 616

367, ib. 368, ib. Macdonald, 376, Pollock, 734 Walker, 367
ib. ib. 615, 734,

615, 616

Porteous, 127 Wall, 489
ib.
Macdougal, 367 Potts, 368

Wallace, 127,367,
Grace, 367 Macdowal, 489 Prager, 489

368
Grabam, 367, 368 Macfarlane, 489 Prevost, 368 Warner, 616

ib. 489, 616, ib. M.Feat, 734 Pringle, 127, 489, Waters, 127
735
Macintyre, 367 616

Watson, 127, 735
Grandison, 128 Mackalister, 734 Rae, 127

Waugh, 368
Grant, 367, 615 Mackay, 616

735 Webster, 367
Greenshields, 734 Maclachlan, 368 Ramsay, 127, 489 Weir, 367
Greig, 368, 735 Maclaine, 488 Reid, 367, 735 Wellwood, 616
Grierson, 367 M'Laren, 616 Rich, 489

Welsh, 735
Grove, 489 Maclean, 127

Richardson, 367, Wentworth, 128
Gurley, 616 Macmillan, 616

368, ib. 489 Wharrie, 127
Haig, 367, 616 M‘Morine, 734 Riego, 128 White, 735, ib.
Hamilton,127,128, Macnaughton, 734 Ritchie, 127 Wilson, 367, 486,
368, 488 Macneil, 616 Robertson, 368,

735, ib.
Hampden, 368, M'Qubae, 616 489

Wolf, 368
489

Macquarrie, 367 Robinson, 127 Wood, 367
Hardy, 367 Maitland, 127 Rocheid, 616 Wylie, 127, 735
Ilardyman, 128, Mansfield, 616 Rodger, 368 Young, 616
367

Manson, 735 Rogers, 368, 734 Yule, 127
Hare, 734

Marsh, 488 Roper, 489

Ramage,

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