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INDEX TO THE KALEIDOSCOPE.

SEVENTH VOLUME.

I

A.

LbmaiT's (Mr.) lectures, 170, 273, 324.

itdeest -making—see Editorial matiaiivrct.

featioo, 394.

fein expedition, Denham and Clapperton, 141.

ilna, verses by G. 360.

iicra Aroon, origin of, 251.

irpamp without valves, 45—Improved mode of working,

SB.

if bora, Swiss, 403.

meriean novel—see Temple, Charlotte.

Lctricm prize poetry, 36.

inagTams, new, 216.

instomical subjects, on the employment of resurrection

men to procure, editorial papers and letters on, 125,133,

133, Ml, Ml, 156, 159, 159. 169, 180.
IncesOT, good saying respecting, 337.
Incbories on trees (a good story) 343.
ujeedotes, CO, 60, 105, 257, 283, 337—tee cacti number.
miroal anecdotes, 91.
LOiicipauon, verses on, 386.
jmauniE*, 61,149, 201, 257,269,288, 229.
anything (verses) 304.

Lppreheod, djSerent significations of the word, 105.
ipprenuets of druggists, hours of, 280.
Lrchitecture, Gothic, &c original letter on, 329.
Irctic expedition, 120, 150, 191.
Lristophanes, frogs of (translation) 276.
kss, the gray, 277.

Lswaanon, infloence of (verses) 276.
ksaxmoa\\es\ notices, M, 161, 284—tec Scientific Records,

and Bouten.
Asymptote, explanation of the (with a figure) 100.
Mhaaasian creed, 88.
Atheuts, arguments applied to, 269.
4aocspkaic phenomena, singular (with engravings) 291,

3%, 311—tee Meteorology.
B.
toby km, from sTeppel's travels, 276.

Back, trembling Tear," by G. 260.
Iiillie, Joanna, memoir of, 334.
lalloon, ascension in, by Mr. Green, 394.
larberofGottingen (a whimsical tale) 121.
lard, the, by G. 376.
torn, fresh and salt water, 24, 40.
lanaotenew, Christopher, biographical sketch of, 203.
tarton, Mr. (an actor) critique on, 244.
Iat,sesrltt, 186.

Iw. /mo (s good anecdote) 425.
eawfcunp and his wife, tragical story of, 140, 261.
eethorcn, notices of, 272.
til and Lancaster systems, 124, 132.
sH, song of the, from the German of Schiller (an original
tnc-Uuon) 68.

Hi, Tillage, lines on healing, 120.
a Neris, lines on, 208.
*K!T, Francis, biographical sketch of, 38.
tombed, the, (an original tale) 58, 133, 154, 196, 222.
"KUFHiCAi. Notices, SO, 38, 49. 73. 98, 137, 163,
.tfa-M, 214, 221, 234, 261, 334, 365, 366, 415.
fd". uecdotes of, 39, 277.
«o«'viptTS, &c 393.

"tod's Magazine, some ridiculous passages in, 2a
"A Wy restored to sight, 107.
s&sg nttiing, 39.

1 impelled against the tide by the action of the tide,
'ah an engraving, 260.

■ Km;, raalaprops. puns, &c 13, 59, 84, 106, 283.
ws, huge, of the deer species, 269.
I it the fountain (verses) 60.
teg, (heart of, 111.
*!farewell (verses) 360.
■fcrsater, the eccentric Duke of, 132.
•J* Oik. by G. 396.
•0 heart, the (verses) 344.
*gbui, Mr. singular sketch of, 415.
••fei account of, 135.

JJm, advice to, 45, 56.
Ea^»g, origin of, 207.

Bulls and blunders of literary men, 42.
Burning ship, the (a story) 408
Burning widows in India—tee Widows.
Burns' club, in Liverpool, dissolution of, 196.
Burns, Mr. Gilbert, death of, 366.
Burns and scalds, cotton recommended for, 168.
Byron's(Lord) memoirs of himself, versos on, 12—Fifteen
years a^-o, 114—Lines benenth the portrait of, 284—
His lady and her daughter, 311).
C.
Canadian death song, 88.
Canal, grand Gloucester and Berkeley, 390.
Canning, sketch of Mr. 355, 365.
Carniola Turinga, 151.
Carlton-house, description of, 62.
Carriages, improved, 86.
Casablanca (verses) 60.
Catacombs of Alexandria, 288.
Catherine, Loch, description of, 413.
Cattle, food for, in winter, 423.
Caverns, newly discovered, 23, 59.
Caves, in Yorkshire, singular, 26— In Somerset, 335—In

Elba, 392.
Celtic surnames, 14.
Cemetery of Paris, 38—Of Fere la Chaise, 189—tee Mauto-

leum.
Challenge, whimsical apology for declining (verse) 44.
Charade, original French, 186—English, 268—tec Vivent

let liagatelkt.
Chess, beauties of, (in every number) letters on, 21, 28,
52—Investigation of the general theorem of the knight's
move, 28, 37, 48, CI, 76, 81, 88, 97, 248— Errata in,
and notes upon, 37, 48, 52, 88, 332, 400, 412, 432—
Queries or letters on, 140, 160, 172, 180, 184, 193, 209,
216, 232, 236, 248, 253, 264—Game between London
and Edinburgh, 128, 140—Challenge, 292—Etymology
of the term, 251—^ff Knight's move.
Chcsnuts, mode of preserving, 103.
Chien du vieux soldat, 372, 380, 389, 400.
Child's sight, 260.

Chimneys, iron and uninvertible, recommended, 140,143.
Cholera morbus, cure for, 67-

Christmas customs, festivities, &c. 149, 201, 211, 21R, 220.
Chymical apparatus, new (with engraving) 113—tec

Woulfe.
Clapperton, Captain, expedition of, 199.
Clergymen said to be flatterers, 2H3
Climbing boys, letter respecting, affecting anecdotesof,3l6.
Clock, ancient (with an engraving) 80—tec Leibnitz.
Clorine, on the influence and uses of, 77.
Closing year, lines, by G. 192.
Club at St. James's (anecdotes) 257.
Clyde, humorous letter describing a steam excursion up

the, 11,
Cobbelt's character of the Liverpool merchants, 13.
Cochrane, Lord, gallantry of, 171.
Coffins, patent, 167.
Colds and coughs, recipes for, 212.
Colne Literary and Philosophical Society, poetical address,

328.
Comets. 108.

Communication, rapid, 92.
Continent, recollections of, 189.
Continent, travels on the (from the Lccdt Mercury) 7, 46,

102—tee Travel:
Continental adventures, a novel, 95, 106, 110.
Cooke, Ann—tec liccuchamp.

Cork collar and jacket, improved—tee Smith, Egerton.
Corn laws, Mr. Strut's speccli on the, 176.
Cornish mines, interesting description of, 402.
Cottage of the Peak, a story, 359.
Cottages, wooden, at Harrington, 364,375.
Cotton machinery, interesting paper on, 21.
Cough, cure for a, 153.
Counsel posed, 337.
Courtesy, letter on, 8.
Courtiers, 283.

Craik's lectures on poetry criticised, 206.
Craniology—tec Phrenology.

I Cricket, game of, a dog employed in, 412.
Criticism. Literary, 8, 40, 83, 206, 213, 318, 421, 431
—Original French, 40, 80—ahaui, 429—tee Editorial
I innuiCiivret.
| Crotus (lines) 200.

, Cruehy Io animals, Egerton Smith's letter on, 300.
Crusader, the, a poem, 20.
, Currant wiuc, 98.

D.
| Damsels the Three (a tale) 170.
Daughter, on the death of a, 352.
Dead bodies, ste.iltng—sec Anatomical.
Deaf and dumb, education of, in Liverpool, 1—In Man.
Chester, 67, 84, 101, 114, 123, 132—French paper on,
lot)—Dialogues of, by signs, 10.
Death of a child (verses) 80.
Death warrant, a story, 136.
Debts, prompt payment of, hints respecting, 208.
"December's live at Home," 176.
Departure, the (verses) 404.
Derivations, some curious, 22, 24, 48, 59, 140.
Deserted house, 32').
Desolation of Kyam, extracts from, 424.
Devil's Mill, an American story, 291.
Devonshire, the Duke of, splendid fete at Moscow, 127.
Diet, Abcrnethy on, 237.
Dinner, economical, 207—Modern, 283.
Discovery ships, 324—sec Captain Pa>ry.
Dispensary, Liverpool, appeal of the committee of, 203.
Dog goes for snufT, 201.
Don Giovanni, editorial comments upon a singular trio in,

with specimens, 252.
Donnybrook fair, 75.
Dove and olive branch (verses) 36.
Dramatic notices, 80, 152, 164, 165, 169, 173, 181,225,

239, 244, 312, 423.
Dramatic amusements, editorial defence of, 109.
Draughts,-peculiar situation at, 136, 145.
Dreadful-accident makers, editorial article on, a whimsical

journal of a Penny-a line Reporter, 429.
Dream, the (verses) by G. 352.
Drill sergeant, the, 174.
Drinking song, by Mr. John Bums, 284.
Drowning, hints for recovering from, 11.
Drunkenness, cause of, 425.

Dublin, life in, 54, 62. '.

Duelling, good story respecting, S43.
Dumbarton Castle, description of, 299-
Dunlop, Mr. his scheme of commercial education, 153.
Dutinin;; letter, laconic, 88—In verse, 96.
Dupin, Monsieur, interesting document by, respecting-
education, 301.

E.
Eagle, poetical address to an, 208.
Eagle and child,an interesting story, 141.
Earth, poetry on the, 168. «

Earth, whimsical theory of, 89—tee Geology.
Editorial manoeuvres dreadful-accident makers, sham cri-
ticism, puffing, &c 429.
Education, popular, editorial comments on, 301 — sec Deaf

and Dumb, School, Dunlop, and Dupin.
Eels, singular phenomenon of, 43.
Electricity, letters on, 204, 212.
Elephants, white, 151—Anecdotes of, 195.
Enigmas, Sictec Vivent let liagatellet.
Epilogue, by Liston, as Paul Pry, 96.
Epigrams, 5, 20, 59, 80, 96, 136, 151, 260, 284, 387, 416,

416.
Epitaph, on a coroner, 136, 152—French, 236, 292, 393.
Essays on various subjects, 17. 26, 33, 41, 62, 63, 64, 65,
74, 83. 98, 105, 109, 157, 1U7, 205, 206, 273, 289—tee
Phrenology.
Esquimaux lodgings, 39.
Etiquette in perfection, 337*
Ettrick Shepherd in Edinburgh, 195.
Euclid "going through," 13.
Examination of a university candidate, 219.
Exile's grave (verses) 28.
Egypt, discoveries in, 269.

F.

Fable, French (original) 128, 424.

Fair; tale, by Hood, 200.

"Faithless Nelly Gray," 186—Sally Brown, 230.

Farmer, character of a, 75.

Farquhar, Mr. biographical sketch of, 30.

Fashions, Monthly—tee first publication of each month.

Fatalist (original) iu cantos, 44, 104, 192.

Fatness, extraordinary case of, 431.

Feasting, city, in 1478, 1G7.

Female, extraordinary, 59—Adventurer, 171.

Fever, contagious, treatment of, 81.

Field sports, 115.

Fire, hints for the preservation of books, &c. from, 40.

Fires in the moors, 64.

First-born, lines to my,432.

Fish, frogs, Slc. showers of, 64, 64, 93—Longevity of, 103

—Noisy, 348.
Fisb, proposed reservoirs for breeding and keeping up a

regular supply of, 24.
"Fleeting, fair, delusive Spirit," 168.
Floating company by cork jackets, 380.
Flower bed, tributary lines, by G. 160.
Flowers of different colours on same stem, how to produce,

392—Flower-pots for rooms, 37.
"Fond indication of poetic brain," by G. 144.
Fossil reptile, extraordinary, 395.
Fountains, the two (verses) 284.
France, original tour in, 166, 178, 187, 242.
French literature, criticism, &0. 8, 40, 45, 80, 380, 389,

400,411,420, 432—Verses and translations, 28, 128,

136, 186, 236, 416.
Friend, death of a, lines, by G. 432.
Frogs, fish, &c showers of—tee f'ith.

G.
Gaiters, origin of the word, 24.
Game preserver, miseries of a, 281.
Gaming, verses on, 368.
Gases, solution of, in water, 185.
Gas lamp, self-generating (with engraving) 213, 244.
Gas, natural, 291—Portable, 337.
Gastronology, a new science, 436.
Genius, musical sportive sallies of, 252.
Geology, a bold guess at, original communications from a

foreign correspondent, 49,57, 85,88—Editotial remarks

on, 116.
German poets, original translations from, 20, 37, 60, 68,

80, 96, 112.
Gertrude, by Mrs. Hemani, 120.
Gibson, Mr. John, presents the Royal Institution with a

bust of Mr. Roscoe, 348.
Gilford, Lord, biographical sketch of, 98.
Giovanni, Dun—ire Don.

Godfather's manoeuvring, a tale, by Miss Mitford, 233.
Grain, boiled, 91.

Grammatical criticism—lee Queries.
Gravitation, query respecting, 212—Letter on, 220.
Greece, original verses on, 236, 292.
Grecia Victrix, by W. Roscoe, E»q. 224.
Grief, lines on, 276.
Groaning lad, an impostor, 108.
Grotvernor's (Lord) tenants' ball, 262.
Gun-shot wounds, Mr. Abernethy on, 324.
Gymnasia, editorial remarks on, 205—Letters on, 205,240.

U.

Hallelujah monument in Wales, 257,272, 299.

Hara, ()', talcs of the family of, 309.

Harmonics, grave, Mr. Molyneux's paper on, 417.

Hawaii, island of, interesting description of, and the ex-
traordinary volcano, 117, 129, 138, 146.

Heart, ordeal of the, 152.

Heber, the late Dr. lines to the memory of, 336.

Hebrew vowel points, whimsical and original essay ou, 230.

Hemans, Mis. lines to, by G. 200.

Highlanders, Scotch, 151.

Honey, purifying, 23.

Hood s Whims and Oddities, extracts from, 270, 336.

Hope (from Schiller) 80—Lines to, 416.

Horace, translation froms, 260, 292.

Horrox, Jeremiah, biographical sketch of, 169—Monu-
ment erected to, in Tuxteth-park, 193.

Housekeeper, the, a collection of useful recipes. &c. 31,
38, 67, 91, 98, 103, 111, 153, 212, 237. 283. 417.

"How do you do ?" a song, by Mr. Ryley, 424.

Hunter, John Dunn, denounced as an impostor, 207,316,
316, 323.

Huntsman's Morning Chorus, 416.

Hurrah, origin of, 59.

Huskisson, the Right Hon. William, memoir of, 221.

Hydrophobia, and bite of various animals, 393.

Hygrometer (with an engraving) 120.

I.

Imagination, Abernethy on, 171.

Immolation of widows—see Widows.

Inconstancy, a tale, 203.

India, burning of widows, 381—ice Widows.

Indian corn, mode of preparing, for food, 280, 340.

Infernal supper, 191.

Insane person, acute saying of—seeSheep.

Interment, premature, 30.

Iodine, in mineral waters, 37.

Ireland, sketches of, in a modem work, 318, 326.

Irish cabin, description of a, 151.

Iron, large piece lodged in a man's head, 128.

Irvine, Mr. Washington, biographical sketch of, 168.

Italy, travels in, 242—Vanes on, 244—tee Continent.

Italian, the Young, a story, 395.

Italian lovers, a melancholy story, 319.

Italian music, Rossini, &c 161.

"I think on thee," 200.

J.

Janissaries, account of the, 45.

Jericho, the plain of, 335.

Jokes, modern, and plagiarisms, editorial remarks on, 161.

Jurors, origin of withholding meat and drink from, 207-
K.

Knight's move at chess—tee Chess.

Knocking at doors, on the manner of, 23.

Knowledge is power, 387.

L.

Lady, young, recipe for finishing, 195.

Laing, Major, the African traveller, 75, 372.

Lammcrmoor, Bride of, 185.

Lamps, improved, without wicks, 184.

Lancashire customs, in former days, SO.

Landing piers, moveable (with an engraving) 185.

Language, English—sec Ough.

Laughter, 74.

Law, original letters respecting, 340, 391.

Law, physic, and divinity, 428.

Lee, G. A. Esq. biographical sketch of, 78.

Leg, the, a good story, 427.

Legal oratory, burlesque on, 315.

Leibnitz, on clocks and watches (with an engraving) 144.

Lemon mince pie, 212.

Liar, epitaph on, 292.

Life preservers from drowning, 36—see Smith, Egerton.

Lightning, effects of, 75, 319, 873, 375, 442—Dreadful, at
sea, 373.

Linn Clouden Abbey (verses) 52.

Literature, Criticism, &c. (original) 431—see Cri-
ticism*

Lisbon, modern description of, 267, 279.

Liverpool Floral and Horticultural Society, 404—Scientific
Society, 411, 428, 428— Forum, original letter respect-
ing, 436.

Locusts, flight of, 13.

London University, laying the first stone of, speeches, &c.
on the occasion, 857.

Loo, query in, 284.

Lord's prayer, query respecting, 83.

Lyon, Captain, memoir ef, 269.

Lyra Germanica—see German.

Lithographic bank notes proposed, 20.
M.

Macdonald, Dr. examination of his mode of musical nota-
tion, £5—lee Musical notation*

Macgowan, the late Rev. —. verses to the memory of, 176.

Macrcady, Mr. farewell address of, 76.

McCarthy's Dream (verses) 5, 28.

Magnetism, animal, editorial paper on, 53, 53.

Man, Isle of. Syntax's tour to, 112.

Man, philosophy of (verses) 88.

Manchester exhibition of paintings, critiques on, 372, 376,
390, 335, 402.

Manchester meeting respecting the immolation of widows
in India, 381.

Manchester, the plague in, a story, 298, 304.

Maria, wreck of—see Storm.

Marine life preserver—see Swimming Jacket.

Mary, Queen of Scots, escape of, 163-

Masonry, original song respecting, 404.

Mathematical question, 18, 29.

Matrimonial legal query, 84.

Matrimony, an epigram, 284.

Mathews, Mr. speech of the Irish orator, 220—At Home,
whimsical entertainment, 337, 389.

Mausoleum, royal (with an engraving) 249.

Mechanical improvement upon wheel-work, 223.

Meeting and separation, the, 367.

Melancholy, comical, 171.

Memory, verses on, 386.

Mermaid of Margate, humorous, 192.
Mesmerism, revival of, in France, 158.
Meteorological diary, see each number—Remarks, 2J>
Meteorology (with an engraving) 107, 194, 250,291.
Meteors in India, 194.
Military Sketch-book, entertaining selections from, S

410.
Militia return of Egerton Smith, 160.
Mine, adventure in a, 172.
Mines, extraordinary, in Cornwall, V2.
Miracle, modern, a cross in the sky, 335.
Miser, epitaph on a, 416.
M issionaries lost in the Maria, 43.
Missionary hymn, 168.

Missolonghi, appalling account of the siege of, 334,
Monarchs, a lesson for, 51.
"Money makes the Mare to go,"367.
Monkish legends, 126.

Moon, curious phenomenon of (with an engraving) 35.
Mt,orcrolt, the traveller, death of, 215.
Moths, destruction of, 423.
Murder indicated by a dream, 23.
Murdered guest, story of the, 220.
Murder and suicide—see Bcmichamp.
Music, vix.:—"O Love will venture in," C—FluteDc
by a Liverpool Amateur, 13—Original Waltz, by I

Cohan, 56—-La Pelerine, by M. Devin, W Quaiiu

by Mr. Cohan, 90—Quadrille, by Mr. Harding,
Chester, 119—A Waltz. 129—Charles the Tenth, ]
—Lilla, 146—Russian Waltz, 162—Isabel, 194—Cat
by Haydn, 215—Te Deum Chant, 223— Masques
scene in Don Giovanni, 263—The Epaulette, 29
*' Here we three have met again," 2K5-" Te asalute
&c 313, 321, 330—" A! welladay, my poor bear
845—** God save the King," arranged in a new and s
gular manner, by Samuel Webbe, 861—*' Why nsa
my fond bosom?" 877—On Grave Harmonic;, by 1
Molyneux, 416.
Musical notation, alleged improvement (with rETrof*"]

25, 44, 55, 84. 99, 100, 124, 131,155, 1*6.
Musical festival, in Birmingham, 104, lit,
Musical dinner, beef and cabbage, 240.
Musical whims, editorial comments OB. 242.
Mummy, Egyptian, exhibited in Liverpool, 330.

N.
Napoleon's Life, by Sir W. Scott, extracts trots, 405.
Narratives, Tales, Sec—see Title*.
National paradoxes, 29.
"Native Land," a song, 244— Verses, 812.
Natural Histort, 9, 13, 13,37,39,43,49,64,
92, 103, 115— Entertaining letter on, 91, **V-««»
Hfic.
Neglect, lines, by G. 216.
Negro sermon, 59—Anecdotes, 170.
Nerves, verses on, 60.
Nervous complaints, 171.
New year's gifts, 232.
Night-blowing Flowers (verses) 160.
North-west passage, 196.
Numidians, the, story of, 433.
Nun, the, horrible story of, 248.

O.
Obesity, extraordinary case of, 481.'
Oblige, good play upon that word, 96-
Observers letter to the editor, 108.
Old soldier, a story, 94.
Orators, school for.—see School.
Oratory, legal (burlesque) 315.
Organ, hydraulic, 207.
Orthography, whimsical, 201, 337.
Ostriches, curious particulars respecting, 115.
Ough, seven different pronunciations of, 337.
"Out from Pandora's box," &c by G. 404.
Outcast, the (verses) 208.
Ouvrard, M. memoir of, 49.
Owls, the (from Blackwood) 186.

P.
Pacz, General, sketch of, 261.
Panacea, the (verses) 152.
Panoramas of the pen, 386, 396.
Parish clerk, original story, 15, 41, 66, 78.
Parisian society, sketches of, 335.
Parrot, the single-speeched, 425.
Parry, Captain, third voyage of, 71, 324, 348.
Parsnip wine, recipe for, 98.
Patents, monthly list of—see first publication of each
Patents, on the laws of, 124.
Patriotic verses by H. W. J. 312—see Greece.
Pedagogue, epigram on a, 80.

"Peep at the Forum, or School for Orators" sec On

Pendulum, length of, query, 269,

A la Chaise, 189.

loose, tbe famous French navigator, supposed clue to

iht fate of, 346, 350, 351.

iveril of the Peak, song in, 168.

*Eoawns, natural—tee Scientific, and Natural.

H1LAXIHBOPIST, the, 67, 265.

fcdoEUhic society, address of the president of, 289.

':.'. sjphers, whims of, 195.

brasotogy, paperw.QD, 17, 26, S3, 41, 63, 64, 65, 83, 98,

9%,105, 112, 1*1, 148,157,171,188—Burlesque verses

os. by t>, 224—Burlesque on, 431—we Scientific.

tysakigy, remarks on, by Mr. Abcrnethy, 273.

:i ding—see Landing.
^s.-jnans, modem, editorial remarks on, 161.
desalt (verses) from the German, 96.
feils, manner of forming, 112.

0ET1T (original) in every number—Selections from, io
fiery number—Mr. Craik's lectures on, criticised, 206.
our expedition—sec Parry.
ooc, state of, 264-
orenpine man, 1S3, 171,
'ouioej, preserving dry, for flour, 103.
'rcieher, dull, bon mot respecting, 337.
'redpiee, the, a story, 197.
'taemfoo, wonderful, 220.

'nton, sngubr escape from, 803. . ]

i'rophecjing sod preaching, 207—Political, singular, 212.
Provrrbs, explanation of certain, 22.
Pluming the foundation of all wit, 337.
'uns, whimsical, 73, 151, 158, 178, 207, 277, 827, 337,

272. 337, 337. 392.
'sppyum-anti, 75.

Q-

harries, grammatical, critical, on pronunciation, Ac. 40,
83, 83, 84, 100, 108, 118, 121, 121, 156, 161, 864, 272,
300,304,411.

a.

lail-roai, carriage to lay down its own, 35.

Uinbow, sonnet to, 244.

lay nor, Mr. tbe actor, 239.

'Reigning Vice," a satirical essay, 421.

injected communications, editorial note to the writers of,
182.

Remonstrance, the, by G. 186.

Keugnatjon, an anecdote, 337.

Resurrection men—ter Anatomical.

Resarratioo story, 251.

Jetnrn. the, a story. 305.

Ibodes's Peak scenery, 259, 266.

luing early, 283.

loom, the, verses to, 268.

toman statues, 61.

loadni, the composer, 161.

turns, discovery of, in Sicily, 288.

lyley, Mr. song composed by, and sung at the dinner
given to Mr. Brougham in Liverpool, 424.
S.

•fetj-valves, improvements in, 175, 240.

User, Mr. critique on the performance of, 152, 164, 169.

braes. Valley of. Diorama, 369.

raidianl burns, cotton recommended for, 168.

can", the, or Natural Magic, a tale, 253.

erotics, arguments addressed to, 269.

shoal for Orators, or the Peep at the Forum, 165,173,
191.

rhool discipline, letters on, 112, 124, 124,132.

thwJmaster, Irish, 39.

citSTiric Notices, 9, 35, 45, 49, 57, 64, 74. 75, 77,
•0. S5, 89, 93, 100, 107, 113, 117, 120, 129, 1+4, 161,
V3, 111, 184, 194, 195, 218, 239, 240, 244, 291, 308,
111, 86.347.

Oki. Sr Walter, and the Scotch novels, 16, 20, 96—In
Fraocr, 164—Declares himself the author of the Scotch
sorelt, 2S3. 286. 308—Letter respecting, 299—And the
Italian bust-vender, 425—Life of Napoleon—see Xapo.

ass.

t':i surnames, ret Celtic—Scenery, 413.

■Jnd, north, trip round, 42—Original trip to—see Ca-
therine, Loch.

etcikm, fatal—tee Temple, Charlotte.

•fat, sea, 13, 77, 98—Burlesque on, 22.

■vu poetry, 836.

> 00 tbe equality of, 62.
1, take thy trusty spade" (verses) 33C.

Sheep, live and dead, not the same number of legs, 33".
Shell fishes, loves of the (verses) 52.
Ship, burning, a story, 408.

Ships of war of the ancients (with an engraving) 149.
Shipwreck-wee Storm.
Shoes all in one piece, without seams, 88.
Shopmen, Liverpool, hours of attendance, 123, 156.
Showers offish, frogs, &c. 64.
Shower-bath, and the Ettrick Shepherd, 151.
Sicily, original letters from, 325, 333, 349.
Siddons, Mrs. memoir of, 214.
Sight, extraordinary delusion of, 402.
Signs of taverns, whimsical origin of) 337-
Singing, epigram on, 309.
Skating, female, 283.
Skulls, thick, utility of, 251.
Sleeping on the tops of houses, singular scene, 277.
Sleeping children, verses to, 884.

Smith, Egerton's, swimming jacket and collar, 8, 16, 84,
31, 38, 36, 48, 52—Militia return, 160—Letter respect-
ing cruelty to animals, 300.
Snakes, double- headed (with an engraving) 9—see Serpent.
Snow, lady lost in, 869.
Snow storm in Scotland, 314.
Son, hopeful, 435-

Sonncts, by G. 152, 328—From the Spanish, 200.
Spanish literature, 213.
Spices, use of, in hot climates, 851.
Spider, singular particulars respecting, 37-
Spirits, the abode of, 148.
Sportsman, old, and his hunter, 51.
Spring flowers (verses) 292.
Spring, lines to, by G. 368.
Stammering, benefit of, 877.
Stanzas, by G. 168—Stanzas to A. M. 320.
Steam-engines, curious facts respecting, 172, 175, 303—

In the 16th century, 877—Singular one, 347.
Steam-packet United Kingdom, description of, 22—De-
scription of the trip in ditto, round the north of Scot-
land, 48—Navigation, 74— Editorial paper on, 197.
Steel dies, method of hardening, 75.
Stories, tales, narratives, &c. 15—tee Talet.
Storm, snow, in Scotland, 314.
Storm and shipwreck of the Maria, with missionaries on

board, 43.
Strutt, Mr. speech of, on the com laws, 176.
Sublime, a taste for tbe, 335.
Suicide, the, a tale, 2.

Sun eclipse (with an engraving) 161,168—Total, 176.
Superstition and credulity, editorial essay on, 53.
Surgical dissections—lee Anatomical.
Sweets, tbe effects of eating or drinking, 19.
Swimming collar and jacket, proposed by Egerton Smith,

8—tee Smith.
Swimming match, 56.
Swiss Alp horn, 403.
Sympathy, original lines on, 424.
Synonimous words, with opposite significations, 105.
Sym's (Captain) whimsical theory of tbe earth, 89.

T.
Talavera, battle of, from the German, 241.
Tales, Narratives, &c. 2, 30, 41, 58, 66, 86, 94, 95,
101, 106, 110, 121, 126, 133, 135, 136, 140, 141, 151,
154, 170, 171, 172,186,190,191,197,198,203,210,
222, 233, 241, 2+8, 253, 2C5, 274, 281, 291, 298, 305,
309, 818, 319, 332, 343, 359. 367, 394, 398, 408, 425,
427, 433—ice Temple, Charlotte.
Talma, biographical sketch of, 137—Funeral of, 137-
Tartini, anecdote of, 128.

Teeth, new surgical operation on, 100, 113—tee Tooth.
Tell, William, a new translation of, 225, 238, 2+5, 270,

278, 298, 302, 322, 330.
Temple, Charlotte, or the fatal effects of seduction, an
American novel, 3+1, S5+, 362, 309, 378,387, 397, 406,
418.
Tenures in law, Utter respecting, 391.
Theatricals, paper on, 34—Editorial defence of, 109—
Theatrical whimsical correspondence, 60—Theatrical
Fund Dinner, at Edinburgh, and Sir Waller Scott's
avowal that he is the author of Waverlcy, 280.
Theatricals, juvenile, 212—Notices—trt- Dramatic.
Thieves, singular law respecting, in Egypt, 121.
Thunder storms, phenomenon of, 75—trr Lightning.
Tide, made to impel a boat against it, 260.

Tivoli, cascades of, 267.

Tobacconist's sign, 88.

Toilet, South American, 251.

Tooth-ache, alleged cure for the, 153, 417—see Teeth.

Tragedy in real life, 145—tee Bcauchamp.

Traitor's grave, a story, 425.

Translation of a French epigram, 5.

Traveller, the, 7, 26, 46, 54, 61, 62, 71, 75, 78, 101,

102, 120, 135, 144, 150, 166, 187, 189, 199, 242, 266,

268,276, 279, 325, 333, 3+9—tee Continent, Voyaget,

and Hawaii.
Travelling, quick, 92.
Trial, singular, of Penn, Mead, Ate 72.
Tributary, lines, by G. 250.
Trossachs, description of the, 413
Trunk, the old, a theatrical anecdote, 60.
Tunnel under Liverpool, 268, 391—Under the Mersey,

297, 391—Wonderful one in Norway, 891.
Turner, Miss, abduction of, editorial comments on, 317.
Tyrolese peasants' evening hymn, by G. 236.

V.

Vandenhoff, Mr. notices of, 303, 312.

Versailles, attack upon, 405.

Vice, reigning, a satirical essay, +21.

Villager's Son, a tale, 185.

Visiting terms, 337.

Vivent Les Bagatelles, Enigmas, Puzzles, 4c
193, 204, 209, 216, 229, 287.

Volcanic character of the island of Hawaii tee Hawaii.

Voltaire, death-bed of, 78.

Volunteer, the, by Hood, 336.

Voyages of discovery, 61, 71, 89, 90, 324, 348—see Pe-
route, and Parry.

W.

Wakefields' trial—tee Turner, Mitt.

Waldeck, the fate of, 126.

Walnuts, mode of preserving, 103.

War, a parting scene, 322—Inconsistent with Christianity,
435.'

Warrior and Death, by Mrs. Hemans, 34+.

Watches—tee Leibnitz.

Water lilly, lines to, by G. 484.

Water, method of purifying, 31—Economical manage-
ment of, 878.

Wealth, lines on, by G. 128.

Webbe, Mr. singular arrangement of "God Save tbe
King," by, 361.

Wedlock, born in, 207.

Welsh hallelujah monument (with an engraving) 257.

Welsh war-song, by Mrs. Hemans, 320.

Westerne, Mr. pupil to Mr. Webbe, 186, 209.

"When the mild dew of eve" (poeiry) 320.

Widow's lament (verses) 216—Immolation of, in Itjlia,

381—Letters respecting Manchester meeting, 381.
Wife, mv dear, verses to. 266.
Wilkie, Mr. the artist, dinner to at Rome, 287.
Wind, to the (verses) 176.

Window-blinds, improved (with an engraving) 239.
Windsor, jaunt to, 101.
Wine, first discovery of, 208.
Wit, second-hand, editorial remaks on, 161.
Witch, the, a story, 199.
Witchcraft, 358.
Wolf of Badcnocu, a story, 274.
Wolfe, Rev. C. lines to the memory of, 312.
Woman of few words (epigram) 80.
Wooden cottages at Harrington, 364.
Worms, cure fur, 38.

Wotilfe a apparatus, improved (with an engraving) 98.
Wrecks, plundering ot. 2C5— hacillmt stoiy, 205.
Writing, bombastical or ridiiulous, 23—ice Blackwood.

Y.
Year, lines to the new, 208.
Yeast, use of, 111 putrii levers, 218.
Yelverton. Mr— >re Mi \icalwtntiim.
York, Dukt of, lire- to the memory of, 224—Memoirs of.

23+
Yorkshire caves, excursion to,2f—Sanr_;j,by Mr.lllioUcs,

266.
Youth the seas. 11 1.. .-1. • (.>, . lUi) 109.

Z.
Zilla, verses to. < (1, tvi..
Zoology, 9.

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