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INDEX TO THE KALEIDOSCOPE.
Apostate, the, by G. 172.
Apparitions-see Preternatural Appearances.
Apprentices' and Mechanics' Libraries-see Libraries. stion and resolution, 117. Ancestors, luxuries of our, 197.
Aquatic life preservers-see Smith, Egerton ; see also Dogs. discoveries in, 295, 345, 354,-361, 392.
Anecdotes, Small Talk, 12, 15, 15, 21, 23, 29, 101, 117, Arithmetical genius, wonderful juvenile, 335. an ladies, 361-Africans' wrongs, verses, 344.
121, 122, 131, 143, 144, 149, 151, 167, 178, 208, 227, Astley, the late F. D. memoir of, 63. weig, the new opera of, 360.
248, 256, 289, 369, 382, 383, 387, 406, 425, 436-see Astronomical notices, 85, 189, 232, 260, 332, 336, 384– Linage, the late Mrs. 136. Kelly, and Reynolds.
see Comets, and Scientific. saader , Emperor of Russia, 227. Angling, by females, 420.
Atheist ,lines on an, 44. suundre , M. the ventriloquist, verses to, 100, 108, 116, Animal instinct, paper on, 7.
Attorneys never canonized, 128-Why called gentlemen, **-algebra, 112. Animal, huge marine, 423_Remains, 49—see Fossil.
200. Albough it grieved my soul to see," &c. 252. Animals, cruelty to-see Cruelty.
“ Auld lang syne," lines written on hearing an organ szer's verses to —, 244.
Antiquities, 9, 15, 21, 29, 104, 147, 189, 196, 197, 198, play, 60. Author, dull, verses addressed to a, 276. 12ea, South, wanderings in-see Waterton, Mr. C. 207, 222, 227, 260, 312, 318, 319, 327, 345, 382, 383. Autograph, danger of giving, 382.
Enterprise, bold, 139.
Epigrams, 4, 12, 117, 117, 144, 180, 228, 276, 297, 12-
Comets discovered, and remarks on, 60, 84, 125, 189, 232, 432.
260, 332, 353, 382.
Equestrian feats, remarkable, 198.
Eskwood hall, a fragment, 83.
Etiquette between ladies and gentlemen, 284.
Evening hour (verses) 68.
Evening, lines by Miss Hatfield, 164.
Eyes, disordered, 126.
Execution, details of an affecting one, preceded by a man
Fable, in French (original) 404—Translation, 424.
Fanatics, incorrigible-see Southcotle.
Farewell (stanzas) 320.
Farewell tribute to the spring, summer, &c. 156.
Fashions, monthly-sce the first week of each month.
Fashionable shapes, 71.
Fastidiousness, modern, 426.
Father, elegy on the death of, 20.
Criticism, editorial, upon poetic bathos, 52–Grainmar and Ferriar, Dr. republication of his essay towards a theory of
education, 184—see Literature-Learned burlesque on, apparitions, 397, and succeeding pages.
209_Criticism, professional (Cockney) 340.
Fever, treatment of, 143.
Fire, singular pun made during a, 131.
Cruelty to animals, lion and dog fight at Warwick, edito- Fire, dreadful, at Miramichi, 202.
rial, &c. animadversons on, 36, 37, 48, 56, 61,
“ Fireside, my own," (verses) 188.
Flight, rapid, of birds, 51.
Floating-slip or landing-place, with an engraving, 91.
Floating Bath, of Liverpool-see Bath.
Flood, general, evidence of, 67.
Flour, test for, 83.-Flower, Emma, Darrative of, 368.
Folly of pride, and pride of folly, 94.
Deaf and dumb, education of the, 853, 422, 430_Gentle. Foresters, the new novel of the, 131.
man, anecdote of, 387.
Fossil elk of Ireland, immense, with an engraving, 49.
Fossil remains, 67, 115, 128.- Fragment (original) 104.
Death, lines on, by G. 124–Of a little boy, lines on, 140. Franklin, Captain, biographical sketch of, 19-Accounts
Death struggle or wrestle, an interesting record, 297. from, 423.
Free trade-see Huskisson.
French, translations from, 263, 316--see Edreard-Fable,
original-see Fable-Words, query respecting, 268-
Fable (original) 404—Epigram (original) 432.
Friendship, original essay on, 20Friendships, early, 23.
Despoiler, the (verses) 92-Despondens, stanzas by, 140. Gaming, editorial remarks on, 73— Interesting narrative
of the dreadful effects of, 73–Anecdote, 425.
Diorama (the) in Liverpool, 128_Of Chartres' cathedral, Gardens, hanging, at Limerick, 105–Of Babylon, 106.
lines on the, 352.
Garrick, anecdote of, 117.
Geneva and Mount Blanc, 262.
history of, 168—Anecdotes of, 283–Sug to train, Gerard's (Mr.) Letters in Rhyme, critique on, and ex-
to save drowning persons, 429.
tracts in prose and verse, 161, 177, 180-Appeal in fa.
vour of, 305.
German, original translations from the, 65, 74, 82, 89_
Literature, 254, 258, 271, 279, 291.
Ghost of an arm-chair, 240_Ghosts, &c.—see Preterna.
Gibbon, Mr. republication of his essay on the study of
Literature, 70, 94, 181, 198, 237, 244, 261, 275, 285.
Gibbon's (M', Mrs.) dispute with the Liverpool managers,
188.-Gibraltar, and its siege, 78, 87.
Glenco, “ The curse of God and Glenco," 63.
Goodwin Sands, curious particulars respecting, 167.
Goose, the (verses) 148.
Governess, requisites for a, 35.
Grammar, letters of Mr. Macgowan on, 128, 156.
Grammatical puzzle, 268-see Thai--Accuracy, Criticism,
&c. 128, 137, 156, 160, 176, 184, 192, 223, 384, 384, 392,
Grave of Cromie, by G. 220.
Gretna Green marriages, 195.-Grease spots, 117.
Gymnasia recommended to the Liverpool people, 16, 21,
221-Gymnastic games, with engravings, 221, 225-Re-
Edith, an original poem, in three cantos, 296, 344, 368. commended, 428.
Popular, 103, 108, 113, 120, 136, 137, 152—Burlesque Hammersley, Miss, 61.
Harp, Jew's, editorial remarks on, 300.
original translation of, expressly for the Kaleidoscope, Hazlewood academy, system of education at, editorial
264, 265 (and the subsequent numbers) to page 342. comments on, 25-Details of, 25, 108.
Heat, extraordinary, which the human body can bear, 415,
Hedgehog and snake, 19.
Henry, Prince (afterwards Henry V.) letter of, 198.
Hermit, 319.-Herodicus (from the French) 316.
Highland chiefs, death-wrestle between, 297.
403,-End (the word) series of puns upon, 227.
Holland, New, accounts from, 15.
Home-brew'd ale (verses) 326.
Honeymoon, whimsical article on, 264.
Nathan, original paper by, 16.
NATURALIST'S DIARY for each month, 7, 14, 36, &c.
Locomotive pneumatic engine, 388_Steam engine and NATURAL HISTORY, 7, 15, 19, 21, 30, 49, 109, 115, 128,
168, 197, 319.
Negro sermon, 29.
Nelson, Lord, interesting anecdote of, 211.
New Brunswick described by a correspondent, 93.
Newspapers, remarks upon, 31.
Love, lines on, by G. 228--And beauty (verses) 268. Nine, the number, singular property of, 24.
Noon scene, American poetry, 352.
Lusus naturæ, 21, 40—see Natural History.
Oberon, the new opera, 339.
Ocran, currents of the, 78.
" Oh! thou art as fair," &c. by Amator, 41.
Olympic Theatre, Liverpool, opening of, 284.
Ophthalmic Infirmary, 171.
Oratory, whimsical specimens of dinner, 5.
Organist, letters on the duty of an, 420, 436.
Orthographical specimens, 63.
Ourang Outang, account of a, 19.
Owen, Mr.-see Lanark, und Education.
Margaret, verses to, 432.
Pacific, discovery of a new island in, 379.
Painter, anecdote of an enraged, 123.
Palingenius, Marcellus, specimen of, 172.
Parr, Dr, and Lord Byron, 260.
Parry's (Captain) expedition, 141, 154.
Pasty, immense, 356.
Mechanics' and Apprentices Libraries-see Libraries Patents, monthly—see first or second week in each month.
Institutes, 137—see Education, and Wilson-Burlesque Paul. St. thought to have preached in Wales, 29.
Paul's and Peter's cathedrals compared, 60.
Paul Pry, the new play, plot of, 375.
Pepys, Mr. Samuel, extracts from the memoirs of, 2, 211.
Persia, security of property in, 277.
Persian ambassador, 311, 311.
Peter's, St. Church, at Rome, described, 378.
Peter's and Paul's cathedrals compared, 60.
Phantom voice, 169.
Phrenology, paper on, 380—Humorous letter on, 401.
Physic, fashions in, 147.
Picture, ancient, in Pompeii, engraving of, 327.
Pier, improved sliding, 136~-see Slips.
Milton and Dante, 171.
Pinkerton, Mr. the geographer, 326.
Plagiarists and literary cheats, editorial remarks, 257, 270,
Plants, luminous, in mines, 303.
Play, translation of a new French-see Spaniards.
Pleasure, lines on, by G. 404.
Pneumatic engine for propelling carriages, &c. 388.
Podology, a new science, 63, 112.
Poet, indifferent, hint to an, 276.
POETRY, original and select-see each number.
Poison, alleged antidote to, 71.
Political EconoMY, 88, 106, 115, 127, 134, 150, 157,
162, 175, 179, 186, 194, 204, 215, 218, 231-see Huse
Mountain ash, beverage from the, 45.
Polypus in the nose, 423.
Pompeii, interesting notices of, 104, 318 (with an engrav.
ing, 327) 390.
Music, viz.—Rousseau's Dream, to words relative to the Popular instruction ridiculed, 84—Popular games,221,225.
Chester, 13~Air, by Beethoven, 22—Ditto, 31–Air, Porson, jeu d'esprit by, 117.
by Wilms, of Berlin, 53—" It was a form of beauty Potato, the mealy, 345.
remarks on, 332, 340, 357, 365,
85–Letters pro and
con, 324, 332, 339, 339, 348, 348, 356, 357, 358, 365,
366, 367, 384, 335, 386, 392, 397, 399, 400, 409, 411,
412, 413, 417, 425, 428, 434.
Waltz, 246—Weber's Swabian Beggar's Song:
255- Proclamation, old whimsical Scotch, 207.
Pride of folly, and folly of pride, 97.
God Save the King, newly arranged by Mr. Webbe, Profit on capital, 194, 204, 214, 218, 231.
269–J'aimais une jeune Bergère, 290.- Favourite
Spanish Air, arranged by Steibelt, 307-- A Round, by Puffing, original letter on, 96.
Providence turtle and Alderman Curtis, 117.
greaves, 362—“Will you buy my Radishes ?" by P. Punch, the foreign, M. Mazurier, 149.
Punctuation, complete system of, 297.
the Kaleidoscope, 433.
Ocular or literary squinting, 177.
nufacturing tunes, 240-Instrument, new-see Schultz.
Puzzles, &c.-see Vive la Bagatelle.
Pyramids of Egypt, origin, design, and religious uses of, 9.
Quadrille, modern (verses) 296.
the French, 268.