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Why should not divers studies, at divers hours, delight, when the
BEN JOnson's Discoveries.
TAYLOR AND HESSEY, 93, FLEET-STREET.
Abernethy, Mr. his opinions on the Phreno- Bruce's Bowl, a dramatic legend, 229.
Buonaparte, see Napoleon.
Bystrom, sculptor, 381.
Adamson, Nathan, narrative of, 152.
Agricultural Report (MONTHLY REGIS- Calaber, Quintus, his Supplemental Iliad,
Allan Lorburne, First Tale, 421 ; Second Candles, why they burn blue in the pre-
Ampelus, the Story of, from Nonnus, 339, Canova, 288.
Caxton, his eulogium on the Earl of Wor-
Amusements, Christmas, 495; French,
Angerstein, Mr., his Collection of Pic. Characters : W. Warpentree, 65_Baillie
Burnewin, 67-Lowrie Linchpin, 70-
Animals, on Cruelty to, 530.
Lieut. E-102–Harry Woodriff, 104
-John Corson, 153_John Crombie,
Art and Nature, essential difference be-
349_Munden, 350_Tom Barnes, 390
Atrabilious Reflections on Melancholy, 277. - Walking Stewart, 410-Cosway, the
Authors, leading, causes of their popularity painter, 409_Boatswain Borthwick,
425—Joseph Paice, 454—the Sailor's
Widow, 538, 546—Old B the Sailor,
Bachelor's complaint of Married People, Charles I., his courtship of the Infanta of
Bacon, Friar, 561.
Childhood, on revisiting the scenes of, 549.
mas Eve, 495—Christmas Day, 496.
Cicognara, his catalogue of illustrated
Benefits of Singers, extraordinary number Clare, J. Wanderings in June, 5-Sonnet,
272—The Last of Autumn, 413.
Tragedy of, 80.
Births, (M. R.) 9, 24, 40, 56, 75, 91. Cockneyism of the French, 293.
Books and reading, detached thoughts on, Cockpit Royal, 389 - qualifications :
Cocks, 393_description of the Cockpi
Books, new, (M. R.) 6, 21, 38, 54, 71, 86. 398-company, 399-battle, 400.
preparing for publication, (M. R.) Coleridge, Mr. his superiority to Mason
Collectors, directions for, 447—stat
Bracebridge Hall, review of, 436.
Colleges, education at, 167—first institu- Interior of Drury-Lane, 466-Changes
in the Management of Govent Garden,
468—Infringement of Theatrical Cove-
Commercial Report, (M. R.) 2, 18, 34, 50, nants respecting Actors, 469_Demands
of Performers; Miss Stephens, 470—
Concerts, 90—Miss Goodall's, 91-the Mr. Young, 271-new performers, Mrs.
Hughes, Miss Chester, 272—Ali Pacha,
Confessions of a Drunkard, 117.
Young, 570— The Two Galley Slaves ;
Hypochondriac, 249, 352. Braham; Provoked Husband, 571–
an Opium Eater, 512. Covent Garden, the Galley Slaves, Miss
Copenhagen, Thorvaldsen's sculptures at, Lacy ; Miss F. H. Kelly's Debut, 572.
Dramatic composition, decline of, 174.
Legend, King Bruce's Bowl, 229.
Corri, Natali, account of, 475.
Dramatists, Beauties of the Living, 37.
Drunkard, confessions of, 117.
Cosway, the painter, singular character of Dumfries, description of, 64.
Ecclesiastical Preferments, (M. R.) 10, 26,
Cunningham, Allan, the Downfall of Dals Edgeworth, Mr., ' his acquaintance with
zell, 27—the Mariner's Song, 132It's Darwin, 521-letter to, from ditto, 523.
hame and it's hame, 220--- Review of his Egotism, 114.
Eleanor, niece of King John, 172_Fu.
Elia, Reprints of, 99--Sonnet to, 151-
Praise of, 251-Papers by, viz. : De-
Darwin, Dr., Life of, 520-writings, 522
tached Thoughts on Books and Reading,
33_Confessions of a Drunkard, 119-
A Bachelor's Complaint of Married
People, 261-The Old Actors, 349—
Deaths, (M. R.) 9, 25, 41, 57, 75, 91.
Modern Gallantry, 453— the Gentle
D'Enghien, Napoleon's justification of his
conduct towards, 55—his Monument, Elizabeth, Queen, 553_her school studies,
553— translations, 554-letter to Gen.
Deffand, Madame, anecdote of, 459.
Delicate Intricacies, by Janus, 72.
English Smugglers, 101.
English and French Character contrasted,
De Staël, Madame, Napoleon's character Epitaphs and Monuments, 567.
Detached Thoughts on Books and Reading, Etiquette, on the moral influence of, 436_
Diodorus Siculus, his character of the Gauls, Eustace, Mr. incorrectly censured by Mr.
Dissertation upon Roast Pig, 245.
85_Mountaineers; Kean and Kemble's Palls of Ohiopyle, 48.
Poets : Etienne Jodelle, 80-
Liston, John Buzzby, Peter Fin, 186 Philippe Desportes, 204-Jean Bertaut,
Love among the Roses; All in the 361-Maurice Sceve, 413—Guillaume
Dark ; Gil Blas, 187-Sepr. English Des Autels, 416.
Opera-house ; Gil Blas, 279--Gordon,
Pretensions, 293—national cha-
the Gipsy, 230_OCT. English Opera- racter, 294–patriotism, 295~-poetry,
Fonthill Abbey, 405.
Literature, Italian, 287, 381,
Foreign Exchange, (M. R.) 13, 29, 45, 61,
Londonderry, Marquis, death of, 284–
Luke Lorrance, the Cameronian, 309.
Gall and Spurzheim's System, 198_Aber.
Machabées, review of Guiraud's Tragedy
Gentle Giantess, the, 529.
Magazine Writers, 21-Magazine articles,
Gray, his character of Mason, 12-like-
ness of, 13—his poetry, 563.
Mannerism and Egotism, 114.
Marmaduke Maxwell, review of, 460.
Married People, a Bachelor's complaint
Hamilton, Sir W. his second collection of Marshal Soult and his Murillos, 114.
Martin's, Mr., Act, for preventing Cruelty
Haunted House, 63.
Mason, Rev. W., Life of, 10-remarks
Herbert, Edward, Letters of, No. IV, The Matthews, his Gallery of Actors, 349—
Inside of a Stage-Coach, 163–No. V. anecdote of, with a Scotch nobleman,
Hobhouse, Mr., incorrect in his censure of Melancholy, Atrabilious Reflections upon,
Memoirs of a Hypochondriac, 249, 352.
Sir Charles Sedley, 265.
Meteorological Journal, (M. R.) 11, 28,
43, 59, 72, 89.
Miscellany, the, 561.
Hypochondriac, Memoir of a, 2419, 332.
Hypochondriasm, remarks on, 250. Monkeys, Darwin's hypothesis as to their
being the original of the human race,
Janus Weathercock. Delicate Intricacies, Monuments, 567.
Montgomery, his “ Songs of Zion,' 564.
72-Academy of Taste for Grown Gen-
Moral Influence of Etiquette and Parade,
Iliad, Calaber's supplemental, 508.
Mountains, 215—mountain scenery, 216.
Intelligence, Literary and Scientific, 287,
Muller, German engraver, anecdote of,
Literature, 287, 381.
Munich, new gallery and riding-louse at,
Munro, John, singular character, 569.
Murillos, Soult's collection of, 116.
Kellerman, Hans, his account of the Siege Museo Borgia, 484.
Music, French, 297-compared with Poetry
Kemble, Mr., has not vitiated the public
Music, Report of : general remarks on the
King Bruce's Bowl, a Dramatic Legend,
present state of music, concerts, 90-
Catalani, Mr. H. Field, Master Ormsby,
Oratorio, 91-Mansion-house concert,
Kiesewitter, Mori, new publications,
Lectures at the Universities, 169.
The Grace Book, The Law of Java,
Bishop, 92—Mr. J. Cooke's Overture,
Lion's Head, 3, 99, 193, 291, 387, 487. 93_ the Royal Academy of Music, 181
-Concerts, 183_Mr. Moschelles's, Mr.