Obrazy na stronie

of our own sweet countrymen. Joe John Campbell voted for Mr. Leader. Hume made an attempt to talk, and was It was a contest between Ministers and met by cries of “Goose, Goose." How the Protestant Constitution. The batever, he managed to tell them, that they tle has been fought for the Proteshad disgraced themselves by neglect. tants of Ireland, and they have triing Leader. “Ay, and you'll follow umphed. It is meet and fitting that at the leader,” roared a great John Bull, your feet I should lay the congratulawho looked as if he had a vote for Mid- tions, which from my heart I offer to dlesex ;

and Joe turned very pale, for them upon that triumph. not the most distant chance has he or I hope you will print this letter if it any other but a good Conservative of reaches you in time ; if it answers no ever sitting again for Middlesex. other end, it will at least serve as a

It is time, however, for me to draw memento in your pages of a triumph this rambling letter to a close. I have which you ought not to omit. so much to congratulate you on in the And so, my dear Anthony, I am issue of this election, that I hardly yours, with the profoundest respect, know where to begin. Lord Palmers

A LOOKER-OB. ton and Sir Ruffian Donkey and Sir Westminster, 18th May, 1837.


A Sketch, 144.

Curiosities of Irish Literature, No, I.
A Vision of Judgment, 15.

The Libraries, 3+1, The Thaumatur-
Affairs of Spain, 635.

gists, 345; No. II; The Mere Irish,
Americans in their Moral, Social, and 546.

Political Relations, by Grund, review Cyclops in Love, 499.
of, 507.

Destroyer and Deliverer, a Tale of the
Anster, John, The Triumph of Music, Early Ages, 414.

17; Oh, if as Arabs Fancy, 233; Di Fruehen Graeber, 283.
Xeniola and other Poems by, review Dream, a, 56.
of, 453.

Early Graves, 284.
Anthologia Germanica—No. IX. Schil- Edinburgh Review, Reply to, by Dr.

ler's Drama of Wallenstein's Camp Wall, 61-234.
Part II. 33; No. X. Tieck, and the Education, System of National, in Ire-

other Song Singers of Germany, 271. land, 196.
Astoria ; or Enterprise beyond the Essays on the English Poets No. II.

Rocky Mountains, by Washington Henry More, 98.
Irving, review of, 167.

Evening, 60.
Athens and Attica, by Rev. C. Words- Every Man his own Philosopher, 142.
worth, review of, 422.

Fardorougha the Miser; or the Convicts
Autobiography of the Rev. Blackthorn of Lisnamona, a Tale, by William

M Flail, late P.P. of Ballymac Carleton, 212-251-426-521.
whackem-Chap. I Ante-natal His- Fiorelli (taliani-No. IX. Canzone, by
tory, 20; Chap. II. Preparations for Gabriello Chiabrera, 696.
the Christening, 486.

Fisherman, the, 284.
Be Merry and wise, 282.

Forests of Ireland, 666.
Boyhood of a Dreamer, 660.

Gallery of Illustrious Irishmen--No VII.
Butt, Professor, Introductory Lecture Earl of Charlemont.--Part IV. 72;

on Political Economy, Notice of, 597. No. VIII. Sheridan.- Part I. 469;
Canzone, by Gabrielle Chiabrera, 696. Part II. 600; Part III. 672.
Carleton, William, Fardorougha the German's Fatherland, 278.

Miser; or the Convicts of Lisnamona, Gilfillan's, Robert, Napoleon's Midnight
a tale by, 212–251-426-52).

Review, From the German of Zedletz,
Charlemont, Earl of, Sketch of His Life 19.
- Part IV. 72.

Glance at Political Affairs, by Terence
Church of England Quarterly Review O'Ruark, 465.
No. I. Notice of, 230.

Grave, the, 281.
Church of Ireland, Pulpit Jurisdiction Glockenklang, 727.
in the, 501.

Greek Elegy and Epitaph, 407.
Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, late Grund's Present State of America, Re-,

Capt. in the 4-th Regt. Chap. I. Cork, view of, 507.
145; Chap. II. Kilrush, 153; Chap. Hardinge, Sir Henry, Motion on British
III. Callonby, 288; Chap. IV. Per Intervention in the affairs of Spain,
plexities, 293; Chap. V. The Duel, 635.
297 ; Chap. VI. Father Malachi Highland Rambles. By Sir T. Dick
Brennan, 393; Chap. VII. Departure Lauder. Review of, 651.
for Elton, 402.

Hints from High Places.No. V. 616.
Cummin, the Late Dr. 632.

Highland Society's Prize Essay, 710.
Vol. IX.


Hymn from the Funeral Service of St. Notes of a Tour by Ulysses O'Gommelah,
Fiacre, 353.

Esq. 697.
Inhibitions, the two, and the Liberal Norway, Journal of a Residence in, by
Press, 87.

Laing, Review of, 443.
Inland Sea, in the Swan River Settle- Obituary, Dr. Cummin, 632.
ment, 570.

Oh, if as Arabs Fancy, by John Anster,
Ireland, Protestant Movements in, 3; 233.

Capabilities of, 46; Past and Present O'Ruark, Terence, Modern Town-talk,
State of Literature in, 365; The 159; a Glance at Political Affairs,
Forests of, 666.

Ireland under Lord Mulgrave, Review Parliamentary Doings, 379.
of, 577.

Peel, Sir Robert, 131.
Infant Slaves, 737.

Pelet's Napoleon in Council, Translated
Irish Literature, Curiosities of. No. I. by Basil Hall, Review of, 587.

The Libraries, 341; The Thauma- Poetry- A Vision of Judgment, 15; The
turgists, 345. No. II. - The Mere Triumph of Music, by Anster, 17;
Irish, 546.

Napoleon's Midnight Review, 19; The
Irish Tranquillity, 577.

Mountain River, 58; A Dream, 59;
Irishmen, Gallery of Illustrious. No.VII. Evening, 60; A Sketch, 144; The

Earl of Charlemont.-- Part IV. 72; Hours, 195; « Oh if as Arabs
No. VIII. Sheridan.— Part 1. 469; Fancy,” by Anster, 233; The Cy-
Part II. 600; Part III. 672.

clops in Love, 499; Music, three
Irviny, Washington, Astoria; or, En Sonnets, by lota, 520; The Wild

terprise beyond the Rocky Mountains, Flower, 615; The Boyhood of a
Review of, 167.

Dreamer, 661; Song, 695; I Fiorelli
Judgment, 728.

Italiani-No. IX. 696; Night Thoughts
King of Thule, 285.

of Sin and Sorrow, 727; Mary's
Laing's, Samuel, Journal of a Residence Dream, 736 ; The Infant Slaves, 737;
in Norway, review of, 443.

Spring, 738.
Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick, Highland Poets, English, Essays on the No. II.
Rambles, review of, 651.

Henry More, 98.
Levity, 7:28.

Political Affairs, a Glance at, by Terence
Libraries in Ireland, 341.

O'Ruark, 465.
Light and Shadow, 278.

Popery and the Peerage, 118.
Literature in Ireland, Past and Present Press, the Liberal, and the two Inhibi-
State of, 365.

tions, 87.
Lorrequer, Harry, Confessions of, 145, Protestant Movements in Ireland, 3.
288, 393.

Pulpit, Jurisdiction in the Church of
Loves of a Gib, 729.

Ireland, 501.
M. Flail, Rev. Blackthorn, Autobio- Quarterly Review, Church of England-
graphy of, 20, 486.

No. 1. Notice of, 230.
Mary's Dream, 736.

Red Rapparee, a Tale, 318.
Metempsychosis, the 280.

Review-Of Irving's Astoria; or, Enter-
Minnesinger, the, 577.

prise beyond the Rocky Mountains,
Modern Town Talk, collected by 167; Of Sismondi on the Constitu-
Terence O'Ruark, 159.

tions of Free Nations, 176; Of No. I.
Moore, G. F. Evidences of an Inland of the Church of England Quarterly

Sea in the Swan River Settlement, Review, 230; Of Napier's History of
Review of, 570.

the Peninsular War, vol. V. 300; Of
More, Henry, the Platonist, 98.

Wordsworth's Athens and Attica, 422;
Mountain River, the, 58.

Of Laing's Journal of a Residence in
Music, the Triumph of, by John Anster, Norway, 443; Of Anster's Xeniola,

and other Poems, 453; Of Grund's
Music, three Sonnets, by Iota, 520.

Americans in their Moral, Social, and
My Adieu to the Muse, 1830, 286.

Political Relations, 507; Of Moore's
Napier's History of the Peninsular War, Evidences of an Inland Sea in the
Review of, 300.

Swan River Settlement, 570; Of Ire-
Napoleon's Midnight Review, from the land under Lord Mulgrave,” 577; Of

German of Baron Zedletz, by R. Pelet's Napoleon in Council, 587; Of
Gilbllan, 19.

Professor Butt's Introductory Lecture
Napoleon's Opinions in Council, Review on Political Economy, 597; Of Sir T.
of, 587.

Dick Lauder's Highland Rambles, 6.51;
National Education in Ireland, System Of Skene's Highlanders of Scotland,
of 196.

Nature, the True Theology of, 190. Schiller's Drama of Wallenstein's Camp.
Night Thoughts of Sin and Sorrow, 727. Part II, 33,


age, 118.

Sheridan, R. B. Sketch of his Life, 469, Thaumaturgists, The, 345.
600, 672.

The Past Year-Popery—and the Peer-
Sismondi on the Constitution of Free
Nations, review of, 176.

The Mountain River, 58.
Some Doings long ago at Curraghbeg. The Hours, 195.

A Tale, by the Author of Hyacinth Thought, 364.
O'Gara, 559.

Tieck, and the other Song-Singers of
Song, 695.

Germany, 271.
Sonnets, Music, by lota, 520.

Titian's Venus, 317.
Spain, Affairs of, 635.

Tobac ho, 283.
Sylvæ.–No. IV. 359.

Tour by Ulysses O’Gommelah, Esq. 697.
System of National Education for Ire- Town-Talk. By Terence O'Ruark, 159.
!and, 196.

Triumph of Music. By Anster, 17.
Slaves, The Infant, 737.

Vision of Judgment, 15.
Skene, W. F. The Highlanders of Scot- Wall, Dr. C. W., Reply to the Edin-
land, Review of, 710.

burgh Review, 61, 234.
Scotic Controversy and the Highland Wallenstein's Camp, a Drama, by Schiller.
Society's Prize Essay, 710.

Part II. 33.
Spring, 738.

Warning, A, 28).
TALES AND NARRATIVES. Autobio Wild-Flower, The, 615.

graphy of the Rev. Blackthorn Mac. Wordsworth's Journal of a Residence in
Flail, late P P. of Ballymacwhackem, Athens and Attica, Review of, 422.
20, 486.- Confessions of Harry Lor Westminster Election, A Few Words on
requer, 145, 288, 393.-- Fardorougha the, 739.
the Miser; or, the Convicts of Lisna- Xenolia, and other Poems, by Anster,

By W. Carleton, 212, 251, Review of, 453.
426, 521.- The Red Rapparee, 318. Year, the Past, 118.
The Destroyer and the Deliverer, 414.
Some Doings long ago at Curraghbeg,



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