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Birmingham, Description of, 222 Dessert, a Poem,

193
Bischoff on a Repeal of the Tax on Dibdin's Young Arthur,

211
Foreign Wool,

106 Domestic Scenes, a Novel, 441
Black's Translation of Goerres

at Woodlands, 445

Germany,

141 Douglas's (Sir Howard) Observations

Boissonade Nicetæ Eugeniani Nar- on Carnot's Principles of Defence,

ratio Amatoria, &c.

476

89

Bombay, Transactions of the Society Dream of Youth, a Poem, 101

16 Dunrie, ditto,

439

Bouilly Les Jeunes Femmes, 544

Bowditch, and others, Trial of,

110

Bowdler's Family Shakspeare, 432

E

Bowles on the Principles of Poetry:

Letter to Campbell,

108 Economy, Political, new Principles of,

Bramsen's Letters of a Prussian Tra-

465
veller,

284 Elliot's (Mrs.) Peggy and her Mammy,
Bray's Edition of Evelyn's Memoirs,

218

113. 269 Emigrant's Directory to North Ame.

Brooke's Thoughts and Feelings, 435 rica,

315

Brown's Legitimacy, a Poem, 457 Emmeline, and other Pieces, 174

Brunton's (Mrs.) Emmeline, and England, Synopsis of the History of,

other Pieces,

174

219

Burney's (Miss) Tragic Dramas, 99 English Stories,

445
's Tales of Fancy, Vols. II. and Entomologist's Useful Companion, 107

III.

320 Epistle in Verse,

436

Busk's Banquet, a Poem,

193

Ernestus Berchtold, a Tale, 215

's Dessert, ditto,

ih. Errors and their Consequences, 215

-'s Vestriad, ditto,

ib. Etymology, English, Observations on,

446

Evans on the Christianity of the New

Testament,

112

с

Eudoria, a Novel,

214

Eveleen Mountjoy, a Novel, 215

Campbell, Mr., Letter to,

108 Evelyn, Mr., Memoirs of, 113. 269

Campbell, or the Scotish Probationer, Ewing's Dunrie, a Poem, 439

216

Carnot, M., Observations on his Prin-

ciples of Defence,

89

F

Catechism for Unitarians,

107
Chambers's Geographical Questions, Family Shakspeare,

432
218 Felir Alvarez, a Novel,

217
Christianity of the New Testament, Fitzclarence's Journal of a Route
Address on,
112 across India,

154

Clare's Poems,

296

Flar and Hemp, Observations on Em-

Clay on a Free Trade,
102 ployment from,

103

Coham's Sermon,

111 Flower's Letters from Lexington, 328

Constantini Manassis Fragmenta, 476 France, Institute of, See Memoirs.
Cornwall's Sicilian Story, &c.

291

Francis's Introduction to Geography,
Correspondence with the Reviewers,

445
112. 224. 336. 448

(Sir P.) Refutation of his

Craufurd's Sketches concerning India, A Claims to Junius's Letters, 446

383 French Exercises,

217

Participles, Treatise on, 443

Frye Leonora di Burger, &c. 437

Fudger Fudged,

326

D

218

Geography,
K

Geography, Introduction to, 445 Institute, Royal Academy of Sciences
Germany, &c., Travels in, 496 of, for 1816, Memoirs of, Article
See Goerres, See Sand. concluded,

529

Gibbon, Mr., Refutation of his Claims Introduction, Short, to the Greek Lan-

to Junius's Letters,

446 guage,

443

Glenfergus, a Novel,

440 Jolliffe's Letters from Palestine, 337

Goerres on Germany, translated by Jomini's Treatise on Military Oper-

Black,

141 ations,

449

Gogmagog-Hall, a Novel,

216 Journal of a Soldier of the 71st Regi-

Golownin's Recollections of Japan, 39 ment,

220

Grattan's Philibert,

209 Jouy, M. de, the Hermit in the Pro-

Gravesend, Guide for,

109 vinces, Vol. II.

480

Greece, Antient, Essays on the States Italian Republics, History of, Vols,

of,

357 XII-XVI.

484

Greek, Memoirs of,

1. 131 Ivanhoe, a Romance,

71

Language, Introduction to, 443 Junius, Refutation of Claims to the
Greenland, and other Poems, 56 Letters of,

446
Guide for Gravesend,
109 Juvenalis Satire,

442
Juvenile Miscellany,

442

Hacho, or the Spell of St. Wilten, 433

Hack's English Stories,

445 Karamsin's History of Russia, 502

Haggitt's Assize Sermon, 335 Kentish's (Mrs.) Poems,

214

Happiness, Hints on the Sources of, 218 Kingdom's America and the British

Harris's Algebraist's Assistant, 445 Colonies,

332

Harvest, and other Poems,

440 Kitchen's Synopsis of the History of

Heineken's Catechism,

107 England,

219

Hermit in the Provinces, Vol. II. 480 Kotzebue's Journey into Persia, 351

Heude's Voyage up the Persian Gulf,

278

Hewlett's Sermon,

335

Higgins's Şaviour of the World, 434

L

Hill's Essays on the States of Antient
Greece,

357 Lamarck's Natural History of Animals
Hints on the Sources of Happiness, without Vertebræ, Article concluded,
218

512
History of New South Wales, 426 Lauze de Peret on Calumnies against
Letters on,
445 the Protestants,

483
See Kitchen, Jomini, Lauze de Lay of Agincourt, and other Poems,
Peret, Simonde, Karamsin, Llorente.

438

Humber's Juvenile Miscellany,

442

Leftly's Epistle in Verse,

436

Humorous Recitations,

364 Legitimacy, a Poem,

437

Hution's Introduction to Arithmetic, Leonora di Burger, &c.

437

444 Letter to the Opposition,

327

Letters of a Prussian Traveller,

284
- from Palestine,

337

I and J

on History,

445

Lexington, Letters from,

328
Japan, Recollections of,

39 Leyden, Dr., Poetical Remains of, 61
Jauffret, M., his Translation of Ka- Lilawati, Treatise on Arithmetic, 24

ramsin's History of Russia, 502 Linnéan Society, Transactions of, Vol.
India, Journal of a Route across, to XII. Part II.

257

England,

154 Literature, Discourse on the Origin,

Antient and Modern, Sketches &c. of,

68

of,

383 Llorente's History of the Inquisition

Inquisition Unmasked,

396
of Spain,

535
of Spain, History of, 535 L'Oste's Visitation Sermon, 111

Institute of France, Memoirs of, for Lumsden's Letter to Lieutenant Young,

1813–15, Article concluded, 521

334

Mackenzie's

son.

le y,'

mittee on,

M

Pellier's Translation of Llorente's His.
tory of the Inquisition,

535
Mac kenzie's (Sir George) Essay on Peret, M. de, on Calumnies against the
Su ubjects of Taste,
219 Protestants,

483
Mail lard's Treatise on French Parti. Persia, Journey into,

351
ci ples,
445 Persian Gulf, Voyage up,

278

Malt by's Sermons, Vol. I.

300 Philibert, a poetical Romance, 209

Mar tin's Observations on Payments in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal

Bank Notes;

105 Society, for 1819,

178. 369

Men noir of Charles Louis Sand, 141 Pindaries, Origin of,

310
Mes noirs of the Embassy of Marshal Pocket Companion, Instructive, 222
E assompierre,

28

Poems, See Montgomery, Leyden,
of the Mathematical and Phy- Wiffen, Snow, Busk, Townsend,
si cal Class of the Institute of France, Grattan - Kentish, Dibdin, Cornwall,
for 1813-15, Article concluded, 521 Clare, Rondeau, Higgins, Brooke,

of the Royal Academy of Leftly, Brown, Frye, Ewing, Richard-
Sciences in the Institute of France,

fc ir 1816, Article concluded, 529 Poetry, on the Principles of, 108
Mili tary Operations, Treatise on,

449

Polidori's Ernestus Berchtold, a Tale,

Mill s's History of Muhammedanism,

215

199 Poppleton's Sequel to French Exer-
Misanthropy, and other Poems, 100 cises,

217
Mar crs Français, &c.

480
-'s Key to ditto,

ib.

Mon astery, by the Author of “Waver. Prison-Discipline, Report of the Com-

404

109

Mon tgomery's Greenland, and other Protestants of the Gard, on Calumpies

P 'oems,

56 against,

483

Moi itolieu, Baroness de, her Translation Prussian Traveller, Letters of, 284
of Madame de la Recke's Travels, Puigblanch's Inquisition Unmasked,
496

396
Moe rre's (Mrs.) Eveleen Mountjoy, 215 Pye's Description of Birmingham, 222
Mu ral Sketches,

164
Mo re's (Mrs.) Moral Sketches,

164
Mo rton's Poetical Remains of Leyden,

61

R

Mi chammedanism, History of, 199

Mystery, a Novel,

441 Recke, Mad. de la, Travels in Ger.

496

Refutation of Claims to the Letters of
Junius,

446

N

Remedy for Self-murder,

107

Report of the Committee for Prison
New South Wales, History of, 426 Discipline,

109

Niceta Eugeniani Narratio Amatoria, Richardson's Harvest, &c. Poems, 440

476

Rondeau's Humorous Recitations, 364

Rosalba, a Tale,

431

Roscoe's Discourse at Liverpool, 68
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Royal Society, See Society.

Russell, Lord, Life of, by Lord John

Observations on deriving Employment Russell,

225

from Flax and Hemp,

103

Lady, Account of,

ib.

Opposition, Letter to,

327 Russia, History of,

502

Origin of the Pindaries,

310

mally, &c.

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Palestine, Letters from,

Parga, a Poem,
Parsing-Grammar,
Peggy and her Mammy,

St. Thomas, M., his Translation of

337 Karamsin's History of Russia, 502

434 Samouelle's Entomologist's Useful

218 Companion,

107

218 Sani, Charles Louis, Memoir of, 141

Savage's

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435 Young Women, Tales,
Townsend's Armageddon, a Poem, 207 Youth, Dream of,

211
334
544
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ERRATA

ERRATA in Vol. XCI. Page 39. Art. IV.' should be Art. V.

65. line 14. for Allyn, read Albyn. 217. 1. 20. for high,' read highly. 250. 1. 17, for ' dicourse,' read discourse.

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