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Butler, a satirist unique
Byron (Lord)

a Parnassian peer
his Childe Harold censured
considered as a Didactic writer
advice to

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Cæsar, a

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Calonne made a Sully

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Campbell

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his Pleasures of Hope

36
Caniscus upon friendship

229
Canning (Mr.), no inconsiderable figure

213
Carmen Triumphale

24
Britannicum or Song of Britain

72
Carnot the living Vauban

51
Carr (Sir John), travels of

178
Cartwrigbt, the hoary

212
Carey (Mr.), his strictures on painting

305
Castlereagh (Lord)

213
Catalogue-makers
Caulfield (Mr.), his Chaleographiana, a mere reprint . 243
Cavendish family, a traditionary story of

301
Chambers, her School for Friends

125
Chambon (Mr.), his simple and easy way of removing bees 294
Champion, the Sunday

106
Chancellor Thurlow, the deceased

74
his chief amusements in his old age

ib.
Charlemagne, a poem

314, 315
and his twelve peers, account of a visit by,
to an Emperor Hugo

186
Charles the First and the Sortes Virgihane

297
till recently not known, where buried 298
Chatterton gifted with inspiration

40
Chevy Chace, a promising poem founded on

196
Children of Thespis, poem of the, dedicated to Governor
Hastings

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Chorus a, in Euripides, a spirited translation of

15
Christian faith, the pure, never so much opposed as at
present

270
Christ and his Apostles, gentlemen of blood

303
Christianity, expounders of

265
Beauties of, by Chateaubriand

ib.
Clap-trap system, the

124
Clara Reeve

135. 139
Clarke (Mary Ann), the Pandora of pamphleteers

232
(Mrs.), noted, and Junius, anecdote of 307, 308
Cloype (Bishop), on Roman Causeways
Cobb and Hoare, vehicles of harmony

119
Cobbett (Mr.), his register

212
a hocus pocus writer

ib.
Cockman (Mr. Thomas), his mistranslations

315
Coleridge

74
warned by Sir Noodle

76
Colman, intuitive wit of

115
his humorous tales

116
Colote, some fragments of

229
Commentators on ancient lore

226
Commons, House of, extracts from the journals of

285
Composition curious, in praise of the Jack Ass tribe

87
Cooke (F. George), anecdotes of

201
Coombe (Dr.), his Syntax's Tour

311
Cornish man, deeds of the

94
Cossacks, the Don, purchase lottery tickets

320
Cottage Girl, the

44
Cowley, his translation of Sortes Virgilianæ

297

36
Coxe (Mr.), his accounts of the Kings of Spain

197
Creech's Theocritus, vulgarisms in

316
Cresin, anecdote of, related by Pliny

291
Cromek (Mr.), publishes the remains of Burns

39
Cumberland

111
Life of

55
versatile powers of

113, 114
character of his novels

160

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Curtis (Mr.), his character as an author
Curse of Kehama, extravaganza of

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Dallas (Mr.), author of Aubrey

167
Dambergher, an imaginary traveller

173, 174
Damnation of Ruvomishma, a poem in the style of Southey 22
Daniel (Thomas, and William), their Indian Sports 304
Danton, a Tullius

50
Darwin (Dr.)

308
Dee (Dr.), and Edward Kelly, cabbalists

290
De Foe, his opinions of women

249
Delicate investigation, the

233, 234
Delineation Hudibrastic

206, 207
Della Cruscan style, flimsy

48
Delolme, our rights understood by

260
Demonology believed in by James I.

295
Dibdin, musical flight of

114
his Bibliomania

304
list of Earl Spencer's classical library

242
Dibdins, the two younger, their industry
Didactic narratives of Fielding
Smollet and Goldsmith

ib.
Doctors, musical

9
Douce (Mr.), on Fools and Jesters of remote periods

306

ib.
discharged his task with honour
Dramatists

109
vapid

9
Dramatic effusions of Foote, Murphy, Colman, Macklin,
and Cumberland, their use to posterity

11
Dryden, a sublime poet
Ducarel (Dr.), note from, to Dr. Birch
Dugdale (Sir William), his acumen

61
D'Urfey (Tom), lines ascribed to
Duppa's account of Michael Angelo

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Edgeworth (Miss), her Leonora and Popular Tales 163
Editors of Reviews

3
Edmund Ironsides, by West

125
Education new, pretenders to

8

251
English works, standards of style

11
Epic consigned for months to the chest

23
Epicurus, second book of, upon nature

229
Epistle from a poor woman in Scotland to the Emperor
Alexander

312, 313
Erasmus a convert to More's sentiments of female education 254
corresponds with his daughter

255
Erin's Rauga Saga

64
Erskine (Mr.)

208
Erugo, a statue

192

F.

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Fame's trumpet, how blown
Farley (Mr.), not surpassed in his vocation
Farmer's Boy, the, compared with Thomson's Seasons
Farre
Father de Aranas, his book at Pampeluna
Faustus (Doctor), copy of, ordered
Fayette (La), compared with Washington
Female tuition, striking instance of the perfection of
Fielding
Fisher Boy, the
Flindal, his production replete with errors
Flodden Field
Fly, an extraordinary
Foote
Fortress with three bulwarks, a work compared to
Fox (Mr.), his annals of the Stuart family

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French flattery, egregious specimens of

nobleman, a young, anecdote of by Menage
Fuseli (Mr.), mistakes madness for genius

229

304, 305

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Gab, gift of the, whence derived

136, 137
Galienus restored, a Romance, little known

135
Gardiner, the late (Mr.), of Pall-Mall

181, 308
his predilection for dirt

ib.
Gawler (Mr.)

316
Gaza, Theodore, and Pope Sixtus, anecdote of

317
Gentleman's Magazine, its mass of curious information 185
Gilpin (Mr.), works of

179
Gifford (Mr.), his life of Pitt, written with a masterly hand 200
Glass (Mrs.), has produced many writers

309
Godwin (Mr.), a romance writer

146
his dull Life of Chaucer
Memoirs of Mary Woolstoncraft

ib.
Golden æra of poets and authors, no more

25
Goldsmith

ill
his pathos

11
Gough (Mr.), his Camden's Britannia

187
Granger (Mr.), his biographical sketches

203
Greek fire, a genuine receipt for

229
Gregory (Dr.), his Legacy to his Daughters

256
(Mr.), pure in his system of practice
Gualdi (Signor), singular history of

200

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300, 301

H.

Hague (Mr. Thomas)
Hamilton (Lady) unmerited neglect of

of
Hazlewood (Mr.)
Helme (Mrs.), her productions praised
Henriot compared with Eugene
Henry II, a play by young

Ireland
Heraldry, writers on

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