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puems, 203

Paintings, ancient, on the exhibition of, at Remarks on Dante's Inferno, 3-On hy-
Edinburgh, 289

grometry, 10 On corporal punishment
Paisley, extraordinary rescue of two inen in public schools, 36 On the repeal of

thore, who had been buried ten days in the bank restriction act, 43_On the
a coal pit, 33

character and writings of the late Mrs
Paraphrase of Psalm cxxxvii. 68

Brunton, 45-On Gawin Douglas's
Paris, deaths in, in 1817, 71

translation of Virgil's Æneid, 99OM
Parish school in 1640, discipline of a, the Dutch herring fishery, 106-On a
231

mistaken Roman inscription, 120_On
Park, Mungo, particulars regarding the the English dramatic writers who pre-
manner of his death, 439

ceded Shakespeare, 127_On the present
Parliament of Britian, opening of, 175+ state of the Scottish pulpit, 131-On
Prince Regent's speech to it, ib.

climate, 141-On the poems of " the
Patents lately enrolled, 84, 181, 275, 373 Matchless Nrinda," 203_On Kean's
Pedestrian hobby-horse, notice of a machine Othello, 209On the parliamentary
so called, 260

committee of education and the Quar-
Penal laws, statements respecting, 80 terly Review, 224_0n poets and poc-
Phenomenon of light, 127

try, 228-On the repeal of the usury
Philosophy, curious instance of fancy dic laws, 233—On the spring, 236_On Dr
tating to, 119

Chalmers's sermons, 242-On the ex-
Phillips, Mrs Katharine, remarks on her hibition of paintings in Edinburgh, 239

-On the neglect of oriental literature,
Poetical uses of natural history, 113

297-On Tom Crib's memorial to con-
Poetry, Arabian song, 68-t hansonette, gress, 300_On the modern education of

ib.—A fragrrent, ib.Paraphrase of the the middling classes, 314_On Pringle's
137th psalmı, ib. Sonnet to a lady, 69 Autumnal Excursion, and other poems,
-Stanzas at midnight, ib.Verses on 319-On the proposed union between
a first-born child, 135_Review of Dr the two leading parties of Scottish dis-
Brown's Emily, and other poems, 160 senters, 325_On the life and poetical re-
January, 164--Verses, ib.-Lines on mains of the late Dr Leyden, 414.On
seeing the sun set from Arthur's Seat, two poems ascribed to Wordsworthy, en-
165-Letters from the Lakes, 202 titled Peter Bell, 427-On Bishop Sand-
Dreadful fate of resurrection men, 237– ford's sermons, 441_On the late Mrs
Sunrise, 257—The mournful harp, ib. Brunton's Emmeline, 444_On some re-
To the rose, ib.The eye, ib.—The cent publications on the present epide.
picture, 258-The stormy eve, ib.mIs mic fever, 532–On the declining popu.
real's song of triumph, 298 The ladies larity of the British Essayists, 538On
of ancient times, and the modern fine la. the Memoir of the late Mrs Brunton,
dies, 318-The lottery ticket, 324_The 485-On Tales of My Landlord, third
mermaid ; a Scottish ballad, 400-in serics, 547
scription for a hermitage, 402_For a Resurrection men, dreadful warning to,
cave on the north coast, ib._Joe, an 237—Trial of, at Edinburgh, 369

English story, 403-The congress of Revenue of Great Britain for 1818, 83
t, Vienna, 423--St Hlelena, 425--To a Review of King's Anecdotes of his own

much loved intant, 451-The Vale of Times, 55_Of St Patrick, a fational
Clyde, 622-Lady Mary o’ Craigne tale, 60_Of Campbell, or the Scottish
than, 525

Probationer, 61-Of Marriage, a novel,
Poets and poetry, cursory remarks on, 228 and Coquetry, a novel, ib..Of Antar,
Poets, Britishı, review of Campbell's speci. a Bcdoueen romance, 62_Of Warden's
mens of, 248

America, 141-Of Gurney on Prison
Population, on the doctrine that the prin. Discipline, 156_Of Dr Brown's Emily
ciple of, is the great source of vice and and other poems, 160-On Duncan's

Letter on Banks for Savings, 246_Of
Pringle's Autumnal Escursion, remarks on, Campbell's Specimens of British Poets,
319

248_Of poems by Gall, Knox, ami
Prison discipline, review of Gurney's pub. Gibson, 252_Of Law's Memorials, 254
lication on, 156

Of Bowditch's Mission to Ashantee,
Prospects, remarks on our future, 22

432
Public annisements, journal of, 370, 468 Review, Quarterly, on its abuse of the
Public schools, on the use of corporal pu parliamentary committee on education,

nishment in, 36
Publications, monthly list of new ones, Riot at Edinburgh on the execution of a
74, 171, 263, 350, 450, 558

criminal, 49
Pugilism—Battle between Spring and Car. Roman inscription, remarks on a mistaken
ter, 572
Rapids of St Lawrence, extraordinary es Ross, Captain, account of his voyage of

cape from drowning among the, 109 discovery to Baffin's bay, 329

miscry, 28

227

Oue, 120

536

Royal establishment at Windsor, 271 Strictures on population, 28
Royal Society, notices of proceedings of, Suicides, relative number of, in different
353

countries of Europe, 177
Royal Births, 369, 568

Superstitions and customs of the Scottish
Russia, literary and scientific notices re peasantry at births and burials, 219
garding, 451

Sweden, population of, decreasing, 79
Sacheouse, John, an Esquimaux, account Switzerland, dreadful conflagration in, 342
of, 330

Tales of My Landlord, third serics, re-
Saffron supposed a remedy for sea-sickness, marks on, 547
71

Temperature of the ground at various
Salisbury Craigs, on the dilapidations com depths, experiments in the, 499
mitted on, 241

Temperatures, mean, on the methods of
Sand, a young German student, assassinates fixing, 141
M. Kotzebue, 362--Some account of,

at Bombay, 166
518

Thomson, proposed monument in memory
Sandford, Bishop, remarks on his sermons, of, 336
441

Thunder-stroke, account of the feelings
Savannah, dreadful fire there, 461

of a person who recovered from one,
Saving Banks, review of letters on, by the
Rev. H. Duncan, 246

Tierney, Mr, his motion for a committee
Scientific and literary intelligence, 70, 166, on the state of the nation, rejected by a
239, 353, 451, 555

great majority, 565
Scotland, proposed national monument for, Tillietudlem, localities of that and other

178, 269- Rapid progress ef, in wealth, scenes mentioned in the tale of Old Jor
industry, and refinement, 315—Pro tality, 136
posed union between the dissenters of, Tippahee, a New Zealand chief, partieu-
325

.lars regarding, 305
Scottish pulpit, on the present state of, Turkey, termination of the war against
131

the Wechabites, torture of their chief,
Scottish herring fishery, historical notices 173
of, 216

Universities in Germany, insubordination
peasantry, customs and supersti of the students at the, 362, 394
tions of the, at births and burials, 219 University of Edinburgh, number of stu-

missionaries of Caucasus, account dents at, 467_Prizes at, ib.Donations
of the, 323

to the museum of, 553
Zoology, No. III. 504

Usury laws, considerations on the propos.
Scriptures, the, progress made in transla ed repeal of, 233
tions of, in the East Indies, 166

Vaccination, notice of Dr Monro's work
Seceders, proposed union between the two

groat parties of, in Scotland, 323 Vale of Clyde, a poem, 522
Sedition, trials at Manchester for, 464 Vampyre, the, a tale, ascribed to Lord BF-
Sermons of Dr Chalmers, remarks on, 242
Serpents, fascinating powers of, 350 Vegetables, the laws which govern the
Shakespeare, historical illustrations of, 39 distribution of, over the globe, 556

-On the English dramatic writers who Verses on a first-born child, 135—To a
preceded him, 127, 318, 409

much loved infant, 450
Shakespeare club of Alloa, meeting of the, Vienna, the Congress of a poetical effu.
398, 545

sion, 423
Shipwrecks, melancholy ones on the coasts Volcano, miniature oue in the West In-
of Britain, 179

dies, 261
Skye, a young lady from, first impressions Voyage of discovery to Baffin's bay, x-

of, during a residence in London, 389, count of, 329
491-Her visit to Westminster Abbey, Wangerooa, account of the island of, 304
492

-measures taken for rescuing some
Society, probable effects of increasing know English captives there, 310

ledge, on the condition of, 22-Diffii. Warden, Mr, review of his account of the
sion of knowledge detrimental to the United States of America, 119_Mis re-

happiness of the lower ranks of, 121 marks on natural religion, 154
Sonnet to a lady, 69

Warden, George, tried and conden.ned for
Spain, death of the Queen of, 78--Cession abstracting money from letters in the

of the Floridas to the United States by, Aberdeen post-office, 367–His declara:
363-Letter from, 422—Present poets tion and execution, 463
and painters of, 451

Water burner, notice of an inrention s
Spee hes delivered at the Shakespeare club called, 335
at Alloa, 398, 545

Waterloo, a private soldier's account of the
Spring, on the, 238

battle of, 346
Stanzas at midnight, 69

Westminster election, 270

on, 167

ron, 423

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Wilson's hygrometer, remarks on, 11 two chiefs of the Bay of Islands, 307-
Windsor, proposed royal establishment Visit to the Bay of Islands, 309_Re.
there, 271

scue of some English captives, 311
Works preparing for publication, 73, 170, Causes which led to the massacre of the
262, 356, 455, 657

Boyd's crew, 406_Some account of the
Zealand, New, particulars of a late visit survivors of the Boyd, 408

to, 304-Account of Tupee and Tarra, Zoology, Scottish, No. II. 504

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ABERCROMBY,373 Gifford, 471 M'Conochy, 373 bers of, 276, 373,
Anderson, 373, 471. Grant, 575

Mahon, 84

471, 575
Boyd, 374, 575 Grierson, 182 M Naghton, ib. Ramage, 84
Brown, 471

Hamilton, 84 MʻQuhae, 374 Rose, 276
Bullock, 182, 276
Harper, 182

Marshall, 471 Russell, 575
Burnett, 373
Hunter, 471
Martin, ib.

Stewart, ib.
Cameron, 471 Jameson, 575 Maxwell, 575 Symington, 373,575
Chalmers, ib. Innes, 84

Meyer, 373

Trewhella, 575
Clephane, ib. Jeffrey, 471

Mildirt, 575 Wallace, ib.
Clerk, 373
Jrvin, 575

Military Promotions Warren, ib.
Craig, 276

Knatchbull, 373 84. 182, 276,374, Waugh, 84, 182
Currie, 471
Logan, 471

471, 575

Whatley, 84,
Doveton, 182 Lumley, 575

Morton, 373

Whittingham, 575
Fife, 373

Macindoe, 471, 575 Naval Promotions, Willcock, ib.
Fraser, 373, 374, Maclauchlane, 182, 86, 375

Wood, 471
471, 575

276

Parliament, Mem. Wright, 84

INDEX TO BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTIS.
ABERCROMBIE,

383
Aberdeen, 94
Adam, 383
Albans, St, 94
Ashburnham, 281
Baillie, 583

VOL. IV.

Barclay, 284
Bedford, ib.
Bell, 94, 383
Beresford, 582
Blackburn, 383
Blantyre, 94
Boswell, ib.
Bowię, 93

Bringloe, 383
Brown, ib.
Bruce, 190, 583
Brunton, 94
Buchanan, 190, 582
Burnett, 178
Caldwell, ib.
Cambridge, ib.

4G

Cameron, 28-1
Campbell, 190, 478,

ib. 479
Carmichacl, 363,

ib.
Christie, 478
Clarence, ib.
Clark, ib.

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MARRIAGES.

Cleland, 9481 Mackenzie, 284,383, Baker, 479 1 Lennox, 285
Colville, 284'}"

582
Balfour, ib.

Lindsay, ib.
Cowan, 479 Maclean, 583 Ballantine, ib. Lumley, 479
Craig, 94

Macpherson, 190, Ballingall, 94 M-Culloch, 285
Crichton, 583

582
Barclay, ib.

Macdowall, 94
Cringletie, 383 Mansfield, ib. Beckwith, ib. M'Kinnon, 95
Cruickshank, 190 Marquis, 284 Black, 479

MʻKonochie, 190
Cunynghame, 284 Maxwell, ib. 582 Blandford, 190 Maclean, 190, 479
Dalrymple, 93, 383 Meynell, 479 Borthwick, 384 Macleod, 95
Dick, 284, ib. Miller, 583

Bowrin, ib.

M.Luekie, 19.
Douglas, 190, 383, Milner, 583 Broadwood, 285 Macpherson. 583
ib. 478
Minto, 94
Brodie, ib.

Magniac, 94
Dudgeon, 94 More, 383

Brown, 479

Mann, ib.
Dundas, 583

Mowbray, ib. Buchanan, 583 Minto, 683
Duff, 94

Murray, 9+, 281, Buckinghamshire, Moncrieffe, 190
Elibank, 383

ib. 383, 583

583

Montgomery, 384
Elliot, 54

Mylne, 383 Campbell, 95, 284, Morrison, ib.
Elphinstone, 190 Newport, 478

285, 384, 479 Muckersy, 479
Erskine, 782 Ogilvie, 583 Carruthers, 479 Neville, 583
Ferguson, 190, 284, Oswald, 94

Chapman, 190 North, 94
383, 478
Park, 190

Cheape, 479 Ogilvie, 479
Ferrier, 383
Petre, 479

Clair, St, 480 Palmer, 95,
Folkestone, 478 Pringle, 190

Cosens, 285

Parish, 583
Forbes, 284

Richardson, 479, (4 Cowper, 479 Pasley, 480 má
Forrest, 383

children)

Craig, 94, 583 Paterson, 94, 190
Forster, 582

Robertson, 284 Cruickshanks, 95 Pearce, 284
Fraser, 190, 478 Robinson, 94 Denoon, 583 Pirie, 94
Fullerton, 383 Rose, ib. 583 Dewar, 479, 583 Playfair, 583_1
Gardner, 190 Ross, ib. 284, 383 Dundas, 285 Pollock, 285 : *
Geils, 479

Roxburgh, 383 Dundonald, 480 Proudfoot, 479
Gillespie, 583 Rutland, 94

Eustace, 384 Quarrier, 95,
Gledstones, 94 Saunders, ib.' Ferrier, 95

Read, 683
Gordon, ib. 582 Scott, 93, 190, 383, Foote, 583 Robertson, 34, 49
Grant, 478

ib. ib. 478

Forbes, 284 Rodney, 285
Greig, 383

Sinclair, 583 Fortescue, ib. Ronaldson, 95 st
Grey, 478

Sitwell, 478 Georges, 583 Ross, ib. 479, 183
Halkett, 383 Smith, 583

Gibson, 384

Scarrot, 4793
Hamilton, 478, 582 Smyth, ib.

Glen, 94

Sellar, 74,8
Hare, ib.
Stafford, ib.
Gollan, 384. 18,41

Seton, 190
Hay, 383, ib: Steele, 583

Graham, 5830 Shakerley, 3848
Henderson, 582 Stein, 190

Grant, 93, 479 Sinclair, id.
Home, 94
Steuart, ib.

Greenock, 285 Smith, ib.
Honeyman, 583 Stewart, 93, 583 Hankey, 95 Sotheby, 285 1.8
Hood, 582
Stivens, 383

Hardie, 384 Spottiswoode, 384
Hope, 190
Stuart, 583
Harvey, ib.

Stewart, 285 r.
Hopkirk, 583 Thomson, 478 Heddle,

Strattan, 5831
Hore, 93
Thornton, 284 Henderson, ib.

Stuart, 190
Hume, 583 ???

Troubridge, 94 Hewat, 384 Sydserf, 47938
Hunter, 190, 383 Turnour, 284 Hinshelwood, ib.

Tait, 384 1,5,
Inglis, 284
Tytler, ib.
Hobbs, 583

Temple, 583
Jones, 190

Vansittart, 383 Hompesch, 584 Tyron, 1907
Kent, 583
Walker, 284

479 Vane, 479
Kinloch, 284 Wauchope, 94, 383 Hope, ib.
Lake, 583
Webster, 478 Hunter, ib.

Warre, 384.5
Lambton, 582 West, 383

Jackson, 285 Western, ib. 7
Lanslow, 478

582
Jervis, 95

Whitson, ib. 7: !
Leinster, ib. Wright, ib.

Inglis, 94

Wingfield, 479
Leith, 383

Johnston, 479 Wood, 94-*
Leslie, 94

Kerr, 285

Young, 284, 2851
Lindsay, 284 Ainslie, 190

Kinnear, 190
Lockhart, 94 Alan, 384

Kirkland, 583

PEATHS.
Low, 183

Anderson, 190 Knowles, 384 Abraham, 15!
Maberly, 2844
Anson, 285

Laing, 5834 Aind, 58471'
Macalister, ib. Archer, ib.

Lancey, de, ib. Airly, 482
Macdonald, 94 Astley, 384 Learmonth, 190 Akerblad, 3844
Macintosh, 478!! Auld, 583

Leighton, 94, 190 Alan, 481,587
Mackay, 91, 383 Bailey, 479 Lennock, 3811

Allason, 586

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Anderson, 386,1584 Coke, 586

Glencross, 587 Lundin, 4824)
Andrew, ib.

Colquhoun, ib. 586 Glengal, 286 Lundic, 588
Arbuthnot, 192
Cossier, ib.

Goff, (aged 113,) 481 M'Ara, 481
Armett, 588 'n!:'
Cowe, 36

Gordon, 102, 482, M'Bride, 287
Armstrong, 191,384 Craig, 192

587

M'Culloch, 192
Arnold, 285 HS! Craufurd, 286, 586, Gosman, 480 M'Caull, 386
Athlone, 2964 ! 587

Graham, 191, 480, Macdonald, 481,584
Atkins, 96
Crombie, 96

586

M“Intosh, 480, 584
Auld, 586
Cross, 288

Grant, 286, 481, Macfarlan, 586
Auvergne, 95 Crow, 286

587, 588

Mackenzie, 286,
Baillie, 283
Cruden, 481

Gray, 385, 586 288, 480, ib. 584,
Balfour, 96, 38).. Crutwell, 191 Grierson, 286

ib.
Balgarvie, 482 Cumning, 482 Griffin, 482

Mackintosh, 385
Ballingall, 380 Cunningham, 286

Haddaway, 96

Maclaurin, 386
Bannerman, 480 Cuthbertson, 480 Hair, 586

Macleod, 96, 584
Barclay, 288, 386 Cuyler, 508

Halliday, 286 M.Minn, 95
Baxter, 384. Dalrymple, 481

Hamilton, 96, 286, M.Nab, 96
Bayard, 588
Dalziel, 287

287, 386, 480 Macrae, 588
Beatton, 480 D'Angely, 386

Hargrave, 36

Mair, 192, 386
Beauharnois, 192 Davidson, 287, 386, Harley, 480 Martin, 192, 587
Bell, 286, 386, 586 587

Harrison, 191 Marshall, ib.
Bennet, 288, 385 Davies, 95

Harrower, 587 Masson, 481
Bethune, 386, 584 Dawson, 96, ib. Hartland, 192

Matthew, 386
Bevin, 481
Dease, 288

Hattonburn, 481 Maxwell, 286
Black, 480, 584, i Dobie, 385

Hay. 288, 586

Megget, 192, 286
Blackwood, 588 Don, 482

Henderson, 96, 584 Mends, 192
Blair, 286,480, 481, Donaldson, 285 Herries, 588 Menzies, 96, 288
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Donkin, ib.

Home, 192, 285, Millar, 585
Bogue, 288
Dorman, (ageu lll,) 587

Miller, 385, 480
Bolwell, 96 .

288
Hope, 192

Mitchell, 286, 586
Bonar, 586 1. hehe

Dormer, 481 Hotchkis, 482 Moir, 285
Bowden, 480 , 1 Douglas, 586 Hughan, 191 Moore, 583
Boyes, 192
Dove, 192
Hume, 482

More, 384
Boyle, ib. 286 Dow, 95

Hunter, ib. 584

Morgan, 480, 587
Brackenridge, 285 Downie, 383 Hutchison, 96 Morison, 580
Brander, 385, Drummond, 480, Jardine, ib. 588 Mouat, 584
Brodrick, 584 10-

482

Jarment, 587 Muirhead, 388
Brown, 95, iba 192, Dumaresq, 480 Inglis, 588

Munro, 95, 587
288, 385, 586 Dunbar, 386

Innes, 181

Murray, 96, ib. 288
Bruce, 95, 287, 587 Duncan, 19), 286, Joass, 385

Mutter, 285
Bryce, 2861

481

Johnston, 587 Nairne, 288
Buccleugh, 585 Dunlop, 288 Kellet, 480

Napier, 192
Buchan, 96, 288,587 Dunsmpre, ib. Kennedy, 95, 385, Nasmith, 285, 587
Buchanan, 191 Dyce, 384

587

Nicolson, 386
Burnet, 584 Ellenborough, 96, Kenney, 386 Northland, 96
Burrell, 587: 1r

385
Keith, 288

Ogilvy. 386, 481,
Burridge, iborular Errol, 286

Kerr, ib. 588

584
Butler, 286 3-star Farquhar, 480, 481 Kilmorry, 96 Onslow, 586
Calder, 481

Ferguson, 386, 584 Kirkaldy, 584 Osborne, 386
Caldwell, 480
Ferrier, 587
Kirklan, 95

Parratt, ib.
Cameron, 584 Fitzgerald, ib. Lamont, 584

Parsons, ib.
Campbell, 287, 385, Flint, ib.

Langlands, 386

Paterson, 287, 587
580, ib. ib. it H Foggo, 96

Langmuir, ib.

Patoun, 192
Capel, ib.
Forbes, 95, 96, 385, Law, 588

Paulet, ib.
Carpenter, 95

584, 586
Lawson, 285

Poterkin, 482
Carruthers, 96, 386 Forrester, 386 Lea, 480

Pettigrew, 386
Chalmers, 586 11 Francis, 191

Leslie, 584

Pitcairn, 581
Chichester, 288 ! Fraser, 482

Lett, (aged 104,)192 Pitt, 587
Christie, 90, 587
Freer, 386

Lichtenstein, 588 Playfair, ib.
Clark, 386

Fullarton, ib. Lindsay, 587 Poligpac, ib.
Clavering, 385 Fulton, 385

Livingston, 481 Poulet, 580
Clunio, 584, 585 Garden, 587

Lockhart, 182

Provan, 587
Cockburn, 90, 386, Gibson, 285

Logan, 191

Puget, 288,
Gillespie, 385 Lovell, ib.

Radcliffe, ib.
Collins, 5861 Gillies, 581

Ramsay, 95,
Colyear, 485":A Glassford, 587 Lucan, 480

Ranken, 288
Connel, 306 l. Glen, 1884-'IN

Lumsden, 96, 585 Reid, 386, ibn, 584

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