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CANNING, George, Notice of, i. 35; Speech at Plymouth | Ds Foe, Daniel, Notice of, iii. 200; Early Adventure
in 1823, i. 35.

of Colonel Jack, iii. 200.
CARLETON, William, Notice of, i. 136 ; an Irish Village, DEKKER, Thomas, Notice of, 1.271; Scenes from 08
1. 136.

Fortunatus, i. 271.
CARLYLE, Thomas, Notice of, i. 219; Work, i. 220 ; De Latude, Notice of, ii. 1; Escape from the Bastille,

Naseby Field, ii. 269.
Cave, William, Notice of, ii. 142; Primitive Christians, De MORNAY, Madame, Notice of, ii. 49; the Marisan

ii. 142; Saint Paul, ii. 260; of the Lord's Day, iii. of Saint Bartholomew, ii. 49.
237.

De QUINCKY, Thomas, Notice of, ii. 274; the Pains
CAVENDISH, George, Notice of, i. 277; Death of Cardi- Opium, ii. 274.
nal Wolsey, i. 277.

DICKENS, Charles. Notice of, iv.97; the Duel, ir.
CECIL, Rev. Richard, Notice of, iv. 143; the Influence Dibdin, Poor Jack. iii. 273.
of the Parental Character, iv. 143.

D'ISRAELI, Isaac, Notice of, iii. 234; the introduction
CERVANTES, Notice of, iv. 62; Sancho Panza in his of Tea and Coffee, iii. 234.
Island, ir. 62

DODDRIDGE, Philip, Notice of, ii. 211; on the New T-
CHALMKRS, Thomas. Notice of, iii. 11; The Law of tament, ii.211.
Prices, iii. 1l ; on the inherent Pleasure of the Virtu- DONNE, John, Notice of, iii, 92; Holy Sonnets, fil. 94.

ous, and Misery of the Vicious Affections, iii. 108. Donne, iii. 127.
CHANNING, William Ellery, Notice of, i. 80; the Pre- Drayton, i. 195; i. 249; iv. 180.
sent Age, i 80.

Drummond, i. 247; i. 285; iv. 179.
Chapman, George, iii. 184.

DRYDEN, John, Notice of, ii. 135; the Character of
CHARACTERS, 1. 274.

Polybius, the Historian, ii. 135; the Good Patson, ii.
Charles 11., his Escape after the Battle of Worcester, 229.

ii, 294,
Chatterton Thomas, jii. 32.
Chaucer, Geoffrey, i. 194.

EDGEWORTH, Maria, Notice of, iv. 90; the Landlord
CHENERIX, Richard, the Industry of the British Nation, Edwards, i. 108.

and the Agent, iv. 90.
iii. 73.
Christmas, iv, 241.

ELLIOTT, Ebenezer, Notice of, iv. 80; Love, iv. 80.
CLARENDON, Earl of, Notice of, i. 228; the Fall of the

ERSKINE, Thomas, Notice of, iv. 71 ; Good Works, it,

71.
Marquis of Montrose, i. 228; Death of Lord Falkland, EVELYN, John, Notice of, i. 121 ; Account of the Great
ii. 5 ; on Peace, iii. 30.

Fire of London, i. 121.
CLOUDS AND Winds, iii. 126.

EVENING, ii. 283.
COBHETT, William, Notice of, iv, 298 ; Rural Rides, iv. EVERETT, Edward, Notice of, ii. 160; Industry esset

298.
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor, Notice of, 1. 27; Dejection,

tially Social, ii. 160.
an ode, 1. 28; Sir Alexander Ball, i. 85; Remorse, i.
182: the Rime of the Antient Mariner, iii. 57; the Fanshawe, Lady, Notice of, ii. 85: Character of Sir R
Christmas Tree, iy. 220.

Fanshawe, ii. 35.
Coleridge. (short extracts), Canning and the Ambassador, Feltham, Owen, Notice of, ii. 129 ; of Improving Good
i. 32; John Kernble, 1. 34; Och Clo, i. 35; Conscience. Examples, ii. 129
1. 146; Treason,

i. 147. i 247; School Discipline ii: FERGUSON, Samuel, Notice of, iv. 242; the Forging of
111: Keats, it iil, iii. 35, ini. 1-27, iii. 185, iv. 241. the Anchor, iv. 282
Coleridge,

Hartley, Parver the Quaker, and his Transla- FieldING, Henry. Notice of, iii. 36 ; Character of doma
tion of the Bible, ii, 238, ii. 268.

than Wild, iii. 36.
Coleridge, Henry, Description of Coleridge, ii. 237. Fielding, the Rahble and the People, il. 270
Collins. Ode to Evening ìi. 282.

FrTZ STEPHEN, William, Notice of, iv. 217; Ancient
COLTON, Rev. C. C., Notice of, i. 293; Happiness, i. London, iv. 217.
293.

FLETCHER, ii, 56 ; ii. 285.
Colton, Rev. C. C., Perfection. i. 33 ; Opinions, i. 35 ; FLOWERS, i 193.

Observation, i. 149; the Selfishness of Vice, ii. 109. FORSTER, John, Notice of, iv. 158; the Vicar of Wales
COMBE, Andrew, Notice of, ii. 65; Mental Stimulus field, iv. 158.
necessary to Exercise, ii. 66.

FORSYTH, James, Notice of, iii. 306; Society at Naples
COMInes, Philip de, Notice of, ii, 222; the Character of iii. 306.
Louis XI. ii, 222.

FOSTER, John, Notice of, i. 111; Decision of Charactés
Cooper, James Fenimore. Notice of, iii, 133 ; the Ariel i. 111.
among the Shoals, ii. 133.

FRANKLIN, Dr., Notice of, i. 252; Poor Richard, i. 232
CORNWALL, Barry, Notice of, iv. 110 ; Songs, iv. 110. the Savages of North America, ii. 193.
COURIER, Paul Louis, Notice of, i. 19; a Tale of Terror, FROISSABT'

, John, Notice of, 1. 4; the Death of the Son
i. 19.

of Gaston de Foix, i. 5.
COWLEY, A., Notice of, iii. 28; the Vision of Oliver Fuller, Thomas, Notice of, i. 189; the Faithful Minis
Cromwell, iii. 28; Of Myself, iv. 111.

ter, i. 189.
Cowley, ii. 55.

Fuller. Thomas, Decayed Gentry, i. 31; Burning of
Cowper, W., Notice of, iii. 2; on the Receipt of his Wickliffe's Body by order of the Council of Constance,

Mother's Picture, ini. 8; Tame Hares, iii. 66 ; Winter i. 34. Tenderness of Conscience, i. 145; Real Cou
Walk at Noon, iv. 155.

rage, i. 211.
Cowper, W., Fashion, ii. 269; Genius, ii. 269.
Collum, Sir John, Notice of, ii. 38; an Elizabethan Galt. John, Notice of, i. 133 ; the Rising of the Waters

Country House. ii. 38.
CUNNINGHAN, Allan, Notice of, iii. 247 : Robin Hood,

i. 139.
iii. 247; Chevy Chase, iii. 129 ; Songs, iv. 108.

Gay, John, Black-Eyed Susan, iii. 272.
CRARBE, George, Notice of, i. 57°; the Ancient Mansion, GIBBON, Edward, Notice of, iii. 1 ; Rienzi. iii. 1:
1. 57 ; the Betrothed, iv. 56.

GIFFORD, William, Notice of, 1.'169; Account of his
('rabbe, Rev George, jun., Crabbe and Burke, ii. 76.

Early Days, i. 169.
Croker, J. W., Goldsmith, i. 31.

Gilpin, William.

Notice of, ii. 256 ; Swineherds of the
New Forest, ii, 256.

Godwin, William, Notice of, ill. 156; London in the
DAMPIER, W., Notice nf, ii. 58 ; the Moskito Indian of Time of Chaucer, iii. 156.
Juan Fernandez, ii, 58.

GOETHE, Notice of, ii. 225; Faustus, ii, 225; the Parts
Daniel, Sonnet. iv. 179.

Year, i. 261.
DANTE, Notire of. P. 193 ; the Divina Commedia of GOLDSMITH, Oliver, Notice of, 11. 78; the History of a
Dante, 1., iv. 193; 11., iv. 196 ; III., i6. 201.

Philosophic Vagabond, ii 79'; on the Sagacity of the
D'AUBIGNE, J. H. M., Movement of the Reformation, Spider, iii, 139; the Haunch of Venison, is 181.
ii. 279

GREEN, J. H., Nolice of, i. 200; Instinct, i. 400.
DAVIFS. Sir John, Notice of, iv. 116 ; False and True Greene, iv. 2.
Knowledge iv. 116.

GUIzt, F., Notice of, i, 25%; Civilization, 1,958,
DAVY, Sir Humphrey, Notice of. i. 78; Omens, i. 78; GURNALL, William, Notice of, ii, 190; Earthly Things,
the Chemical Philosopher, 11, 114.

iii. 190.
Davy, Rev. Charles, the Great Earthquake at Lisbon,
ii. 29.

HALL, Joseph, Bishop of Norwich, Notice of,i. 22, a
DE BURY, Richard, Notice of, i. 307 ; Books, i. 308. Good Man's Day, i. 23; to all Readers, i. 263.

HALL, Robert, Notice of, i. 141 ; Religious Knowledge, L'Estrange, Translation, i. 146 ; i. 147; Begging a Fool,
1. 141.

i. 148; Wicked Wit, ii. 110; King James, ii. 110.
HALL, Rev. Robert, Impediments to the Progress of Let WINTER COME, iv, .
Truth, ii. 268. Reflections on War, iii. 310.

Leyden, John, iii. 186.
HALL, Edward, Notice of, iv. 229; Death of Lord Hast- LOCKE, John, Notice of, iii. 21; the Christian Revela-
ings, iv. 230

tion the sure Standard of Morality, iii. 21.
HALL, Basil, Notice of, i. 76; Struggling with Adver- LOCKER, E. H., Notice of, i. 294 ; the Old English Ad-
sity, i. 76.

miral, i. 294.
HALLAM, Henry, Notice of, i. 160 ; Criticism on Don Logan, i. 246.

Quixote, i. 160. Field Sports, Agriculture, and Trade Long, George, Notice of, iii. 208, Character of Brutus,
of the Middle Ages, iv. 13.

iii. 208.
HARE, Julius, Notice of, iii. 101; Mirth, iii. 101 , the LONGFELLOW, Henry W., Notice of, ii. 131 ; Rural
Children of Light, iii. 213.

Life in Sweuen, in. 131.
HARRINGTON, Sir John, Notice of, ii. 83; Court of James Longfellow, i. 108; i. 197.
the First, ii. 84.

LUCAS, Richard, Notice of, ii. 45; Fortune, ii. 46.
HARVEST, iii. 85.

LYELL, Sir Charles, Notice of, ii, 112; the Great
HAWTHORNE, Nathaniel, Notice of, iii. 53; a Rill from Dismal Swamp of America, ii. 112.
the Town Pump, iii. 53.

LYTTON, Sir E. Bulwer, Notice of, iv. 131 , the Candid
HAZLITT, William, Notice of, ii. 145; Literature of the Man, iv. 131. Richelieu, iv. 171.

Age of Elizabeth, ii. 145,
HEAD. Sir Francis B., Notice of, iv, 221; the Canadian MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, Notice of, i. 151; Dr.
Indians, iv. 221.

Johnson and his Times, i. 151 ; Bunyan, i. 233.
HEBER, Bishop Reginald, Notice of, ii. 93 ; the Passage MACHIAVELLI, Nicolo, Notice of, ii. 149 ; Statesman.
of the Red Sea, li, 93.

ship, ii, 149.
HERBERT, George, Notice of i. 47 ; Sunday, i. 48. MACKENZIE, Sir George, Notice of, iii. 97; Luxury,
Herbert, I. 196.

iii. 97.
Herrick, i. 21 : i. 195 ; iii. 85; iii, 86; iv. 241 ; iv, 242; MACKENZIE, Henry, Notice of, iv. 66; Louisa Venoni,
iv. 268 ; iv. 269 ; iv. 269.

iv. 06.
HERSCHEL, Sir John, Notice of, i. !; Influence of MARCELLINUS, Ammianus, Notice of, ii. 271; Luxury
Science on the Well-being of Society, i. 1.

of the Roman Nobles, ii. 271.
HOOD, Thomas, Notice of, i. 114; Dream of Eugene MARTINEAU, Harriet, Notice of, jii. 87; Moving On-
Aram, i. 114.

ward, ini. 87; the Nile and the Desert, iji. 302.
HOOKER, Herman, Notice of, iii. 118; the Victories of MASSINGER, 'Philip. Notice of, i. 9; Scenes from the
Love, iii. 118.

City Madam, i.9.
HOOKER, Richard, Notice of, i. 69; Nature's Law, i. May, i. 105,
70.

MILLER, Hugh, Notice of, iv, 270; the Young Geolo-
HUMPOLDT, Alexander Von, iv. 121; Generalizations of

gist, iv. 270
Science, iv. 121.

MILNAN, Rev. Henry, Notice of, i, 166 ; Saint Paul at
HUME, David, Notice of, i. 60; of the Jealousy of

Athens, i. 160; Fazio, iv. 164.
Trade, i. 60.

Milnes, M., ii. 9. Character of Keats, iii. 178.
Hunt, Leigh, ji. 253; iv, 289.

Milton, John, Notice of, iii. 25; the Liberty of Un-
HUTCHINSON, Mrs., Character of Colonel Hutchinson, licensed Printing, iii. 25; of his own Studies, iii. 265.
iii. 241.

Hymn of the Nativity, iv. 261.
IRVING, Washington, Notice of, ii. 89; Columbus, i. Milton; . 193 ; i. 247; 11. 56; il 139; iii. 186 ; iii. 222 ;
PERLIN, Stephen, Notice of, ii. 91 ; England in the Six- | STOWELL, Lord, Notice of, iv. 152; Domestie Jars, iv.
teenth Century, ii. 97.

235; Rural Life in England, ii. 89; Columbus at Bar- MODERN DRAMATIC POETS, 1. i. 178 ; Joanna Baillie,
celona, iii. 131.

De Moutford, i. 178; Landor, Count Julian, i. 180;
James I. of Scotland, i. 107.

Coleridge, Remor e, i. 182.
JEFFREY, Francis. Notice of, i. 163; Character of MODERN DRAMATIC Ports, 11., iv. 162; Byron,

James Watt, i. 163 ; Progress of English Literature, iii. Manfred, iv. 162; Milman, Fazio, iv. 164.
12); the War in La Vendée, iv. 257.

MODERN DRAMATIC Poets, III., iv. 169 ; Sheridan
JERROLD, Douglas, Notice of, iv. 183; a Gossip at Re- Kuowles, the Hunchback, iv. 169; Bulwer Lytton,
culvers, iv. 184.

Richelieu, iv. 171.
JESSE, Edward. Notice of, ji. 258 ; Gardens, ii.

258. MODERN DRAMATIC POETS, IV., iv. 207; Talfourd,
JOHNSON, Dr.

Samuel, Notice of, ii. 220 ; the Poet de lon, iv. 207 ; Henry Taylor, Philip Van Artevelde,
scribed, 11. 221; Value of Time, iv. 19; the Vanity of iv. 210.
Hunnan Wishes, iv, 123.

MODERN DRAMATIC POETS, V., iv. 289; Leigh Hunt, a
Johnson. Dr. Waller, i. 33; the Vicar of Wakefield, i. Legend of Florence, iv. 289; Rev. James White, the
148; Youth, i, 212.

Earl of Gowrie, iv. 292.
JONES, Rev. Richard, Notice of, iii. 275; Cottier Rents, MONTAIONE, Notice of, i. 186; of the Inconvenience of
111.215.

Greatness, 1. 186.
JONSON, Ben, Notice of, i. 223; Scenes from the Alche Moon, the, iii. 184.
mist, i. 223; the Difference of Wits, iv. 141.

MORE, Sir Thomas, Notice of, ii. 289; Labour in Uto-
Jonson, Ben, Memory, i. 147; Character of Lord Bacon,

pia, ii. 289.
ii. J11; iii. 184.

MORNIXO, ii. 54.

MUDIE, Robert, Notice of, iii, 49; the Bittern, iii. 49.
KEATS, John, Notice of, iii, 175; to his Brother, iii.

175.
Keats, ii. 9; ii. 253; iii. 185; iii. 185; iv. 269.

NORTH, Roger, Notice of, i. 265; Sir Dudley North, i.
KNIGHT. Charles, the ("hapel, iv. 303.
Kitto, Dr. John, Notice of, ii. 307; Deafness, ii. 307; OGDEN, Dr. S., Notice of, lii. 70; on Prayer, iii. 70.

Jerusalem, iii. 141.
Knowles. Sheridan, Notice of, iv. 160 ; the Hunchback, OVERBURY, Sir Thomas, Notice of, iii. 14; Characters,

OPENING YEAR, I. 20.
iv. 169.

iii. 14.
LABAUME, Eugene, Notice of, iii. 38 ; Passage of the
Berealna, iii. 38.

PALEY, Rev. William, Notice of, iv. 21 ; of the Good-
LAMB, Charles. Notice of, i, 62; a Complaint of the ness of the Deity, iv. 21.
Decay of Beggars in the Metropolis, j. 62, Hogarth, i. PASCAL, Blaise, Notice of, i. 117, the Strange Contra-
184 ; a Farewell to Tobacco, iii. 308.

rieties discoverable in Human Nature, i. 117.
LANDOR. Waller Savage, Notice of, i. 25; Roger Ascham PATRIOTIC SONGS OF GREAT BRITAIN, iii. 145;
and Lady Jane Grey, i. 26. Count Julian. 1. 180.

Rule Britannia, ini. 145 ; Britain's Best Bulwarks, iii.
Lane, F., ihe Desolation of Tyranny, i. 33; Precocious 146; Britons, Strike Home, iii. 147; Ye Mariners of
Intelligence, i. 211.

England, iii. 147.
LATIMER, Hugh, Notice of, i. 2337; the Sermon of the PAULDING, James Kirk, Notice of, iii. 254 ; the Quarrel
Plough, i. 237.

of squire Bull and his Son, ini. 254.
LALDER, Sir Thomas Dick, Grcat Floods in the Pro- Peacham, a Lesson for Pretenders, i. 145.
vince of Moray, iv. 306.

Penn, William, Notice of, iii. 63; Advice to his Family,
I EIGHTON, Archbishop, Notice of, iii, 285; of the Im- iii. 64.
mortality of the Soul, iii. 285 ; of the Happiness of the PkPYs, Samuel, Notice of, i. 289; the Progress of the
Life to Come, iv. 94.

Great Plague of London, i. 289.

152.
PETRARCH, Francesco, Notice of, iii. 163 ; Good and St. Pierre, Notice of, iii. 77; the Strawberry Plant,
Bad Fortune, iii. 163.

iii. 77.
PLATO, the Death of Socrates, iii. 244.

SUM AER, I., ii. 138. II. ii. 249.
PLINY,
the younger, Notice of, ii. 203 ; Death of Pliny SUMNER, Archbishop John Bird, Notice of, ii. 239 ;

Christian Charity. ii. 239.
PLUTARCH, Notice of, i. 203; Death of Cæsar, i. 203 ; Surrey, ii. 54 ; ii. 251.
Caius Marcus, ii. 230.

Swift, Jonathan; Notice of, i. 58 ; the Spider and the
POPE, Alexander, Notice of, i. 156; Imitation of Horace, Bee, 1. 58; the Academy of Lagado,

ii. 249; Gulliver
i. 156 ; Education, iv. 187.

and the King of Brobdingnag, ii. '159 ; on the Wis-
Pope, fii. 184.

dom of this World, iv. 284.
PRAED. Winthrop Mackworth, Notice of, i. 124. The SWIFT and Pofe, Imitation of Horace, iv. 149.

Real Fisherman, i. 124 ; Enigmas, iv. 213.
PRESCOTT, William H., Notice of, ii. 241 ; the Last of TacITUS, Notice of, iv. 10; the Death of Agrippina,
the Incas, ii. 241.

the Mother of Nero, iv. 10.
Talfourd, Mr. Justice, Notice of, iv. 207 ; Ion, iv.

207.
Raleigh, i. 195.
Ramsay, Alian, ii, 141.

TANNAHILL, Robert, Notice of, iv. 88; Scottish
RANKE, Leopold, Notice of, iv. 250 ; Queen Christina Tasso, Torquato, Notice of, iii. 115 ; Rinaldo and

Songs, iv. 89.
of Sweden, iv. 250.
RAY, John, Notice of, ii. 60; the Great Author of Civi- TAYLOR,' Henry, Notice of, iv. 145; of Wisdom, ir.

Armida, iii. 115.
lization, ii. 60.
REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua, Notice of, iv. 53 ; Imitation in TAYLOR, Jeremy, Bishop, Notice of, i. 91 ; the Mea-

145; Philip Van Artevelde, iv. 210.
Art. iv. 53,
ROGERS, Samuel, Notice of, ii. 104; Epistle to a Friend,

sures and Offices of Friendship, i.92; Prayer, ii. 223

God's Mercy, ii. 311.
ii, 104.
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, Notice of, ii, 150 ; Happiness

TEMPLE, Sir W., Notice of, ii. 281 ; Health and Long

Life, ii. 281.
in Solitude, ii. 151.

Temple, Sir W., Quackery in the Seventeenth Century,

ii. 268.
SACK OF MAGDEBURG, in Harte's Life of Gustavus

TENNYSON, Alfred, Notice of, iii. 204; the May Queen,

iii. 204.
Adolphus, i. 16.
Sackville, iv. 3.

Tennyson, iii. 35; iv 208.
SANDERSON, Bishop, Notice of, iv. 43 ; Special Means

THACKERAY, W.M., Notice of, iv. 294; the Best Eng.

lish People, iv. 295.
of Contentment, iv. 43.
SCHEFER, Leopold, iv. 76; the Married Life of Albert

THOMSON, James, Notice of, iv, 310; Hymn on the
Durer, iv. 76.

Seasons, iv. 310.
Scott, Sir W., Notice of, iii. 217; the Scottish Bor- TOPHAM, M., Notice of, ii. 176 ; John Elwes, the

Thomson, ii. 252, iii. 85.; Rule Britannia, iii. 145.
derers, iii. 217.

Miser, ii. 176.
Scott, ii. 8; ii. 138.
Scott, John, Notice of, iv. 215; the Ways of God, iv. TUCKER, Professor, Notice of, iii. 180; the Mississippi

TREES, ii. 8.
215,
SCROPE, W., Habits of the Red Deer, iji. 268.

Scheme, iii. 180,
SEA-SONGS, iii. 271; Black-eyed Susan, iii. 272; the

TUCKERMAN, H. T., Notice of, iii, 169; Defence of
Storm, iii. 273; Poor Jack, iii. 273.

Enthusiasm, iii. 169.
Seward, Candour, i, 148; a Distinction, ii. 110.
SHAKSPERE, Absence, iv. 135.

VERPLANCK, G. C., Notice of, i. 209; the School-
Shakspere, i. 108; i. 194; ii. 55; ii. 285; iii. 34 ; iii.

master, i. 209.
127; iii. 186; iii. 222; iii. 223 ; iv. 242.

WAKEFIELD, E. G., Notice of, ii. 157 ; Co-operation,
SHELLEY, the Clouds, iv. 37.

ii. 157.
Snelley, i. 21 ; i. 198; i. 250. ii, 252 ; ii. 268. iii. 34 ; Waller, i. 200.

iii. 126. iv. 4.
SHENSTONE, William, Notice of, ii. 292; the School-

WALPOLE, Horace, Notice of, ii. 188; an Earthquake

in London, 1750, ii. 188.
Mistress, ji. 292.
SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley, Notice of, ii. 253; Scene WALTON, Izaak, Notice of, ii. 27; Contentment and

Walpole, Horace, the Age before Newspapers, i. 34.
from the Critic, ii. 254.
SHERLOCK. Dr. Thomas, Notice of, iv. 166; the Immor-

Thankfulness, ii. 27.
tality of the Soul, ir, 166.

WARTON, Thomas, Notice of, iii. 148; Poetry of the
SIDNEY, Algernon, Notice of, iv. 103; of the Public

Age of Elizabeth, iii. 148 ; Progress of Discontent,

iii. 255.
Goud, iv. 103.
Sidney, Sir Philip, Notice of, iv, 137; the Defence of WATERTON, Charles, Notice of, ii. 217 ; the Sloth, ii.

Warton, ii. 284.
Poesy, iv. 138.

217.
Sidney, Sir P., iii. 184.

WATTS, Alaric, A., Notice of, iv. 254 ; Lyrics of the
Saith, Horace, Notice of, iii. 3; Address to the

Heart, iv. 255.
Mummy in Belzoni's Exhibition, iii. 283.

WEBSTER, Daniel, Notice of, i. 109; Progress of the
Smith, Rev. Sydney, Notice of, iv, 281; Wit and Mechanical Arts, i. 109.
Humour, iv. 281.

White, Blanco, iv. 180.
SMOLLETT, Tobias, Notice of, i. 241; Authors of Eighty White, Gilbert, Notice of, i. 97 ; the British Hirun-

Years Ago, i. 241; Adventures in a Forest, i. 267. dines, i. 97.
Songs, Allan Cunningham, Thou hast sworn by thy White, Rev. James, Notice of, iv. 292; the Earl of

God, my Jeanie, iv. 109; Its Hame, and its Hame, iv, Gowrie, iv. 292.
109; a Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea, iv. 110-Barry WIELAND, Christopher, Notice of, iii. 187; the Beau.

Cornwall, the Sea, iv. 110; the Leveller, iv. lll. tiful and the Useful, iii. 187.
SONNETS, ir. 179.
SOUTHEY, Robert, Notice of, iii. 195; the Battle of the

Wilson, Bishop, Notice of, iv. 235; Of Fraud, iv.

235.
Nile, iii. 195. Fame, iv. 73; the Doctor's Family WILSON, Alexander, Notice of, ii. 73 ; the Mocking
Feeling, iv. 232

Bird, ií 73.
Sruthey, iii. 33 ; iv. 3.
SPENSER, Edmund, Notice of, ii, 40; Hymn of Heavenly

Wilson, John, Notice of, ii. 11; Highland Snow

Storm, ii. 11 ; Youthful Friendship, iii. 89.
Beauty, 11. 41; Artegal and the Giant, iii. 298.

Wither, George, iv. 242.
Spenser, i. 107; 11. 8; 11. 32; iv. 2; iv. 170.

WORDSWORTH, William, Notice of, i. 73; the Good
STEKLE, Richard, Notic

113; Alexander Sel- Lord Clifford, i. 73; What is a Poet? ii. 304; Epi-
kirk, fii. 113.

taphs, iii. 289 Resolution and Independence, iv. 30).
STERNE, Laurence, Notice of, ii. 195; the Story of Le Wordsworth. i. 21 ; i. 106 ; i. 198 ; i. 250. iii. 85; iii.
Fevre, ii. 196.

224. iv. 180.
Stevens, the Storm, iii. 273.
STEWART, Dugald, Notice of, iv. 246; Sympathetic Imi. Young, Edward, Notice of, ii. 190; Introduction to
tation, iv. 246.

the Night Thoughts, ii, 100.

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