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BELLES LETTRES, SCIENCE, AND THE FINE ARTS;
I. ORIGINAL ESSAYS ON SUBJECTS OF PERMANENT INTEREST.
ROBERTSON AND CO. ST. ANDREW'S-SQUARE, EDINBURGH; M'PHUN, GLASGOW ;
Birth-Day Keeping, 49
Buccaneer, the, and other Poems. By J.
Byron's Family, Anecdote of Lady, 280
Combination of Disjointed Things, 63
Dead Alive, the A true story, 227
Echo of a Sea Shell, Lines to the, 214
Elopement, the, a Tale from the German
of Musæus, 219
Epipsychidion, Shelley's Remarks on, 79
Exchange, the By S. T. Coleridge, Esq.
Farewell, a, 228
Fatal Bridal, the, from the Italian of
Faustus, Scene translated from Goëthe's,3
First Tear, the By the Rev. R. Polwhele.
First Kiss, the. By Alaric A. Watts, 250
Goethe, Critical Essay on the Faustus of, 1
Hallow Eve, the Mysteries of, 193
Hoffmann, Essay on the Genius and Writ-
Hora Parodicæ. No. I. The Table-Talk
Impromptu written in Colton's Lacon, 166
Interrogative System of History, 143
Kaleidescope, Lines to the, 20
Lament of the Indian Women, 142
Stanzas for Music. By C. S- -n 150
Subtle Club, the, 17
Summer Evenings. No. I. 21
Summer Evenings. No. III. Ode by the
Tales of the Crusaders, notice of, 35
Think Me not Happy. By Cheviot Tiehe-
Troubadour, by L. E. L. notice of, with
Twilight Musings, 62
University Intelligence, 47
Veiled Bride, the, a Romance. By the
Veiled Bride, the, a Romance. Part. II.
Watts, Alaric A. Esq. Lines to. By I..
Wreck, the By Mrs. Hemans, 245
Young Leslie, a Ballad. 262
Youth Renewed. By James Montgomery,