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Why should not divers studies, at divers hours, delight, when the
variety is able alone to refresh and repair us?
BEN Jonson's Discoveries.
C. Baldwin, Printer, New Bridge-street, London.
AEschylus, scenefrom the Agamemnon, 262.
Agriculture, 107,226, 338,451, 562,667.
Air, action of flowers on, 445.
Air-gun, light from, 97.
Algebraic geometry, 556.
Amicus Redivivus, 613.
Andrew Laurie's Return, 193.
Anecdotes of a suicide, 50l.
Animals, suicide never committed by, 500.
Annonay, bridge near, 217.
Antiquities, 440, 540.
Arctic Sea, newly discovered islandsin,658.
Art, not encouraged by the British Go-
Arundel, Philip, Earl of, 605.
Aurora Borealis, 95, 554.
Bagne, lake and glaciers, 445.
Baillie, Miss, her De Montfort, 646.
Barton, B. verses on Bloomfield's death,
L. H. 347. -
Beddoes' Bride's Tragedy, 647.
Beckford, Mr. strictures on his taste in
Bible, the, from Irving's Orations, 189.
Biography: Dr. Johnson, 57, 169—Brede-
rode, Dutch poet, 141--Walking Stewart,
253–Charles, Duke of Orleans, 304–
Schiller, 381—François Villon, 436–
Guittone d'Arezzo, 501—Thomas Hob-
son, 589—William Hobson, 590–Phi-
lip, Earl of Arundel, 605–Justus Lans-
Bloomfield, R. verses on his death, 347
Blue Mountains, New South Wales, excur-
sion across, 461.
Books, new, 110, 229,342, 454, 566,674.
preparing for publication, 109,228,
341, 453, 565,673.
Booth, Mr. controversy with Malthus, 586
Botany: plants in New South Wales, 461,
464, 468, 473.
Bozzari, Marco, Modern Greek Ode on,
Brazilian diamond, matrix of, 444.
Brederode, Gerbrand, Dutch poet, 141.
Bride's Tragedy, remarkson, 247.
Bridges, economical, 217.
Byron, Lord, his Sardanapalus, 135,
Doge of Venice, 138, censure on, 535–
his plagiarisms and imitations, 597.
Cailliaud, his travels in Meroe, 440.
Capassi, Neapolitan author, 15 (note).
Character, English, 253, French, 253, Fe-
Characters: Neapolitan, 14—The lying
traveller, 21–Gilbert Gauntree, 71–
Squire Featherstone, 78–Nancy Ru-
therford 74—Old Grizel, 197—Daft
Symie, 201—Old Johnny Wolgar, 239
—The Lady Aline, 366–Old Jacob
Roulson, 420–The travelling preacher,
421–Lord Cheyne, 425—Monoculus,
614–Old Nayland, 623–Ruth Rush-
Chênedollé, French poet, 581.
Clouds, the, a dream, 482.
Cockney Latin, 475.
Coleridge, Mr. 94—a passage of, copied by
Lord Byron, 597.
Cologne cathedral, Boisserie's work on,
Combe, Mr. the phrenologist, 541.
Commerce, 108, 227, 340, 452, 564, 668
—Retrospective Review of, 669.
Coray, M., his translations into Modern
Coster, Laurens, inventor of printing, 272
—monument to, 273.
Curse of Coldengame, 621.
Daisy, account of, from the “Flora Do-
Deist and Theist, distinction between these
words, 92. -
Diamond, Brazilian, matrix of 344,
Dictionaries, English, 493. .
Doomed Man, the, 306.
Don Saavedra, Dramatic Poem, 617.
Drama, different schools of, 275–decay
of, 409—its essence, 410.
Drama: Cent per Cent, 102–Haymar-
ket; Mrs. Smith; Davis' Amphi-
theatre, 103–English Qpera, House;
Improvements; Mr. Beazley; the Swing
Bridge; Gretna Green, 212—Miss
Kelly; Wrench; Figaro; Miss L.
Dance, 213—Mrs. Austin; Knight of
Snowdon; Wallack and Cooke; My
Aunt, 214—Haymarket: Sweethearts
and Wives; Kenny, 215–Haymarket:
Liston ; Spanish Bonds, 321—Simpson
and Co.; English Opera House; Pre-
sumption, 322—I will have a wife,
323 — Matthews, 324 – Haymarket;
Liston's face, 433—Harley, 434–Fish
out of Water, 435—English Opera
House; Rayner; Matthews; Wrench,
435–Drury Lane : Browne, Rayner,
Clara Fisher; Hamlet, 550–Remarks
on Shakspeare, 551—Alterations of his
text by actors, 552 – Drury Lane;
Fazio; Mrs. Bunn; Cataract of the
Ganges, 637 – Caius Gracchus; Ma-
cready, 639–Covent Garden ; Young;
Venice Preserved; Sinclair; Mrs. Bart.
ley; Gamester, 640—Cortez,641—Miss
Paton, 642. -
Dramaticle, the Chase, 10.
Dramatists of the day, letters to, 81, 133,
275, 407, 530, 645.
Duke of Mercia, tragedy, remarkson, 83.
Durazzo, tragedy, 84, 134.
Dutch poets: Westerbaen, 45–Brederode,
Ecclesiastical preferments, 111, 230, 343,
Elgin Gallery, a poem, 26.
Elia, papers by ; the Old Margate Hoy,
21—Letter to Southey, 400 — Guy
Faux, 47 1—Nuga Criticae, 492—Ami.
cus Redivivus, 613.
Electra, Sophocles', scene from, 273.
Electrical Machine, horizontal, 656.
Encyclopædia, French, 440.
Engine boilers, feeding of, 98.
English character, 253—dictionaries, re.
marks on, 493.
Etching on Glass, 659.
Euripides, scene from his Orestes, 513–
Ditto, Medea, 611.
Excursion across the Blue Mountains, New
South Wales, 461.
Facetie Bibliographicae, No. III. 589.
Fame and Monuments, 37.
Farquharson, Mr., his observation on the
Aurora Borealis, 95.
Fazio, tragedy, strictures on, 530.
Female character, traits of, 413–Ruth,
4]3+Electra, Antigone, 417.
Festival at Haerlem, 272.
Fiesco, Schiller's tragedy of, 395.
Fine Arts, 440, 540; see Painters, Pic-
Flora Domestica, 144.
Flowers, action of, on air, 445.
Fonthill, 357—want of fine pictures at, 359.
Foreign Literature, 99, 309, 324, 439,
French character, 253.
French Poets, early, Charles Duke of Or-
leans, 301—Villon, 437.
-, modern, 578.-Chênedollé,
Froissart, edition of his chronicles, by M.
Gall, Dr., origin of his system, 541.
Galleries, British; see Pictures—Difficulty
of access to, 616.
Ganges, journey to the head of, by Messrs.
Hodgson and Herbert, 215.
Gases, condensation of, 555.
Gau's Nubia, 441. -
Geognosy of the country from Hudson's
Bay to the Polar Sea, 553.
Geography, 440, 540.
Germany, literature in, 99, 210, 326,442,
Gianni, Lapo, early Italian poet, 643.
Glass, etching on, 659.
Greek Tragedy: scenes from AEschylus'
Agamemnon, 262—Sophocles' Electra,
373–Euripides’ Orestes, 503.-Ditto
Grosvenor's, Lord, collection of pictures,
Guittone d'Arezzo, Italian poet, 50l.
Guy Faux, 477.
Haerlem, festival at, in commemoration of
the invention of printing, 272.
Haloes, artificial, 446.
Happiness of heaven, 190.
Hazlitt, Mr., letter on Malthus, 459–
reply to ditto, 569 (L. H.)
Heaven, happiness of, 190.
Heiress in jeopardy, 43.
Himálaya mountains, heights of, 659.
Hobson, Thomas, 589.-William, 590.
Hunt, L., 404. -
Laing, Capt., his return from the Solima
Lamp, Mr. Parker's, patent portable, 98.
Lanspergius, Justus, account of, 608.
Latitude, instrument for finding, 556.
Leeches, breeding of, 658.
Leipzig Fair, 442.
Letters to the Dramatists of the Day, 81,
133, 275, 407, 530, 645.
Letter of X. Y. Z. to Mr. Hazlitt, 569.
to a Young Man, by the Opium-
Eater ; On the #. Notices of Kant,
— to Mr. Southey, by Elia, 400.
Lion's Head, 3, 115, 235, 347, 459, 569.
Liston's face, 433.
Literature: France, 99, 211, 324, 439,
559–Germany, 99, 210, 326, 442,
538–Italy, 209, 327, 443, 540–Ne-
therlands, 209, 327—Russia, 99–
Ducis's translation of, 578.
Macquarie, the river, 469.
Magnetical discoveries, 329.
Mahogany, artificial, 660.
Malthus, Mr., errors of his system, 349,
586–letter on, by Mr. Hazlitt, 459–
his pamphlet on the Measure of Value,
$87—his theory not overthrown by Mr.
Hazlitt, 570. (L. H.)
Measure of value, 586.
Mental Faculties, influence of the organs
of the stomach on, 258.
Metals, action of, on elastic fluids, 657.
Metaphysics, remarks on, 542—compared
with phrenology, 543.
Milman, Professor, his tragedies, 530.
Mirandola, remarks on the tragedy of, 135,
Modern bravo, described, from Irving's
Montezuma, tragedy, remarks on, 83.
Monuments, 37—names of streets, 39-
portraits, 40—signs, 41.
Moore's ‘Loves of the Angels,’ strictures
Moreau, his Histoire physique des Antilles,
Mortar, 444. -
Music, Australian, 465.
Music: Rossini's ‘Ricciardo e Zoraide.”
Juvenile performers, Beethoven, 77–
Royal Academy of Music, Cymmro-
dorion, 78–Concerts, Provincial Mu-
sical Meetings, 79–New Publications,
80—King's Theatre, ‘Matilda e Cor-
radino,” 205—Concerts, New Publica-
tions, Nathan's Essay on the History and
Theory of Music, 208–Catalani, 315
—Operation of detrimental causes on the
Art, its extension in England, Concerts,
318–Encouragement of English Music,
stagnation of o Opera, 319—State of
musical composition, New Music, 320-
Gloucester Music Meeting, Catalani,
430–Continental Singers, Bath Thea-
tre, New Music, 431—York, Birming-
ham, and Liverpool Festivals, 545–
their Receipts, Concerts at Norwich, 547
—Miss Paton, New Music, 548—Music
enjoyed by a small portion of the pub-
lic, 654—causes of this inquired into,
and a remedy proposed, 655–New Mu-
Natural History, 440.
Neapolitan characters, 14, 16—sailor boy,
anecdotes of, 18—peasantry, 153.
New South Wales, journal of an excur-
sion across the Blue Mountains, 461–
Emu plains, 462–Lapstone-hill, 463–
Notes from the pocket-book of a late Opium
Eater: Walking Stewart, 253–Mal-
thus, 349—on the knocking at the gate,
in Macbeth, 353—English dictionaries,
493—reformadoes, 496—proverbs, 496
—antagonism, 497—to the Lakers, 497
Nuga Criticae: defence of the Sonnets of
Sir P. Sydney, 248—on a passage in the
Nuns and Ale of Caverswell, 260.