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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,
&c. ii. - - - -
BLAir, DR Hugh, ii.
BLAIR, Rob & RT, ii.
BLAM in E, Miss, ii. -
Blenheim, the Battle of, i.
BLEssi NgtoN, Countess of, ii.
BLIND HARRY, i. -
Blind Youth, Description
Bliss, the Bower of, i.
Bloom F1 Eld, Rob ERT, ii. . -
Bloomfield's Descriptions of Rura
Life, ii. - -
Bloomfield to his Children, ii.
Bloomfield to his Wife, ii.
Blossoms, to, i. - - -
Bobadil and Matthew—[A Simpleton
and a Braggadociol, i. -
Bobadil's Plan for Saving the Ex-
pense of an Army, i. - -
Bohemia, Queen of, to the, i.

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Burial of Sir John Moore, ii. . 410
BURRE, EDMUND, ii. . -
Burke and the Duke of Bedford, Dif-
ference between, ii. - -
Burke's Account of his Son, ii. 230
BURL Eigh, Lord, i. - 234
BURN Es, SIR AL ExANDER, ii. 679
BURNET, DR Thomas, i. . 450
BURNET, Gilbert, i. . - 486
BURNET, JAMEs—[Lord Monboddo),
ii. . - - - . 249
Burn ky, FRANces—[Madame D'Ar-
blay], ii. - - - 535
Burney, Miss, Explains to King
George III. the Circumstances At-
tending the Composition of Eve-
lina, ii. - - - . 533
BURNEY, SARAH HARRI ET, ii. 539
BURNs, Rob ERT, ii. - 479–486
Burns to Mrs Dunlop, ii. - . 483
Burns—from his Epistles, &c. ii. 484-486
Burton, DR, ii. . - 644, 672
Hvittox, Robert, i. . 272
Page
Colin and Lucy, i. - - 566
Coliseum, the, ii.

Buny, LADY CHARLoTTE, ii.
Bush aboon Traquair, ii.
Busy-Body, the, i.
BUTLER, SAMUEL, i.

Page
gig
128
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Butler's Remains, Miscellaneous
Thoughts from, i.
Butterfly, to the, ii. – - ... oo
BY RoN, Lord, ii. . 335-383 +
Cade's Insurrection, i. - . 35
CAEDMon, i. - - - l
Caesar, Generosity of, i. - ... on
Cairo, Legend of the Mosque of th
Bloody Baptism at, ii. - go
CALAMY, EDMUND, i. - -
CALDERoN DE LA BARCA, MA-
DAME, ii. - - - 6×7

CALDERwood, DAvid, i. - six.
Caldon-Low, the Fairies of the, ii. 453
Caleb Williams, ConcludingScene of.

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345–353, 48, 4.8

3:2

43

ii. . - - - 34-3–553
Calista's Passion for Lothario, i. 39
CAMDEN, Willi AM, i. . - 251-o
Cameronian's Dream, the, ii. -
CAM Phell, DR G. ii. - >u
CAMPBELL, Dr John, ii. 191, 2×

CAM Phell, John, ii. . -
CAM Perll, MAJort CALDEr, ii.

CAM Phell, Thoxias, ii. 369-374,645, to
Candle, to my, ii. . - - *l
CANNING, Groro E, ii. . 235, -o

Canning, G. Portraiture of [From
De Vere, or the Man of Indepen-

dence], ii. - - . Giu
Canning's Lines on the Death of his l
Eldest Son, ii. . - - x,
Canterbury Pilgrimage, Select Cha-
racters from the, i. - 15–2
Canterbury Tales, Introduction to
the, ii. - - - 347–543
Cape, Spirit of the, ii. 72
Captivity—the Starling, ii. . 174
Caractacus, Passage from, ii. so
Careless Content, ii. - 134
CAREw, LADY Elizabeth, i. . so
CAR. Ew, Thomas, i. - - la)
CARLEton, Willi A.M., ii. 615, to
CARLY LE, Thomas, ii. ... too, to
Carnatic, Destruction of the, ii. >
CARNE, Job N, ii. - 57
CAR PENTER, DR, ii. - 7 to
CARRINGTo N, N. T. ii. 473
CARTE, Thomas, ii. - isl
Carthagena, Pestilence at, ii. is .
CART wright, William, i. , 135
Casa Wappy, ii. - 475, ot,
Castara, Description of, i. - 134
Castle of Indolence, from the, ii. 19
Cataract and the Streamlet, ii. 44.
Catiline, the Fall of, i. - lso
Cato, from the Tragedy of, i. 544
Cauler Water, ii. - 13. |
Cause and Effect, i. . - ... to
Cave, the [Written in the High-
lands], ii. - - - al
CA v EN dish, Grohor, i. . ... x.
CAxton, William, i. 54 o
Celia, to, i. . - . . .3
Censorious People, i. to
CHALR Hill, John, i. ... lio
CHALMERs, Alexa Norr, ii. to:
Chalmikas, DR Thomas, ii. tool. out

Chalmers, Dr T.-his appearance
in London [Note), ii. . - to:
CHALM ras, GroRar, ii. . - to
Chamaeleon, the [George Buchanan),
i

Chamberlav NE, William, i. ... so
Cha MBERs, Eph RAIM, ii. so
Chambers, Robkhr, ii. . ... 647
Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, ii. ors
Chameleon, the [Prior], i. - so
Chameleon, the [Merrick), ii. - lio
Chamouni, Hymn before Sunrise in
the Vale of, ii. - - 34:
Change, ii. . - - - ***
Chapman, George, i. . - zie

Character, Anatomy of, performed
by Uncharitableness—[From The
School for Scandal]. ii. - -
Character, an Original—[From
Dickens's American Notes]., ii. .
Charcoal Fire, Kindling of, i. -

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Coliseum, the TMidnight scene in

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Charity—[Dr Isaac Barrow], i. 432
Charity—[Sir T. Browne], i. 302
Charles I. Character of, i. . 479
Charles II. Character of, i. - 489
Charles II. Escape of, after the Battle
of Worcester, i. . - 480–485
Charleton, WALTER, i. 409
Charm-Song, the, i. . 214
Chase, the, i. - - 581
Chase, Picture of the, ii. 663
Chastity, to, i. - 131
Chastity, Praise of, i. . 334
CHATHAM, EARL or, ii. - 252
Chatham, Speech of, on being Taunted
on Account of his Youth, ii. . 25
Chatham, Speech of, against the
Employment of Indians in the War
with America, ii. - - 253
Chatham—his last public appear-
ance, ii. . - - . 254
Chatham—his character, ii. 254
Chatterton, Thomas, ii. . 81
CHAucer, Geor FREY, i. 12, 34
on I diate Pred -
of, i. - - - . 11
Chaucer; Inscription for a Statue of,
at Woodstock, ii. - -
Chaucer, Last Verses of, i. . 23
Cher E, SIR John, i. 74
Cherry Ripe, i. - - 143
CHESTERFIELD, EARL of, ii. 248
CHETTLE, HENRY, i. - 174
Child that Died, upon a, i. 142
Child, Epitaph upon a, i. 142
Children, Education of, i. 235
Children Ready to Believe, i. 288
CHILLING worth, William, i. 285
Chinese Expedition, Narratives of
the, ii. - - - . 682
Chinese Ladies' Feet, ii. 682
Chivalry, ii. . - - . 190
Chivalry and Modern Manners, ii. 639
Chloe, to, i. - - - 139
Choice, Passage from the, i. . 377
Christ Crucified afresh by Sinners, i. 276
Christ, Kingdom of, not of this
World, i. . - - -
Christiad, the, ii. - - 303
Christian, the Dying, to his Soul, i. 565
Christian in the Hands of Giant De-
spair, i. - - -- 471-473
Christian Religion, the Excellency
of the, i. - - -
Christian Vices, a Mohammedan's
Lecture on, i. - - . 32
Christianity, Arguments for the
Abolition of, treated, i. - 627
Christianity, Inconveniences from a
Proposed Abolition of, i. . 627
Christmas, i. - - 127
Christmas Eve, Picture of, ii. 328
ChrisTMAs, MR, ii. 657
Chronicle, the, i. . - 316
Chroniclers, the Rhyming, i. 6
Church Music, Influence of, i. . .238
Church Music, Usefulness of, i. 661
Churchill, Chan LEs, ii. 92-94
Cid, Romance of the, ii. . . 368
City Shower, a Description of a, i. 548
Civil War, Various Events of the, i. 290
CLARE, John, ii. - - 425
CLARENDoN, Lord, i. 475
CLARK, SIR JAMEs, ii. 703
CLARKE, DR ADAM, ii. 660
CLARKE, DR E. D. ii. 670
CLARKE, DR SAMUEL, i. . . 662
Claudian's Old Man of Verona, i. 318
Clergy, the Glory of the, i. - 444
ClevelAND, John, i. . 147
Cliffe, Letter to Lord, i. . 258-260
Clitumnus, Temple of, ii. . .391
Clothes, against Fine, i. 273
Cloud, the, ii. - . 398
Clown, the, i. . - - 279
Cobb ETT, WILLIAM, ii. - 690, 691
Cobham, Lord, Death of, i. . 73
Cock and the Fox, i. - 370–373
Cockbuhn, MRs, ii. - 127
CofFEy, C. ii. - 151
Cole Ridge, HART LEY, ii. - 471
Colkki DGE, S.T. ii. 333–345, 514-516
Coleridge, Mrs HENRy, ii. . 473

Rome, ii. - - 392
Collins, WILLIAM, ii, - 30
CoLMAN, GroRGE, ii. 141
Colman, GroRGE, Younger, ii. 524–531
Columbus, the Voyage of, ii. . 319
CoMBE, GEORGE, ii. - 687
Comet of 1812, to the, ii. . 498
Comical Revenge, Scene from, i. 393
Commendation before Trial, Injudi-
cious, i. - - - . .266
Common Lot, the, ii. . - 420
Companions, Agreeable, and Flat-
terers, i. . - - . 606
Complaint of Nature, ii. 98
Compliment, the, i. 120
Comus, Scene from, i. . - 333
Comus, the Spirit's Epilogue in, i. 334
Concord and Discord, - . 432
CoNGREve, Williams, i. - 593
CoNoLLY, Liruts NANT ARTHUR, ii. 679
C. - Terrors of a Guilty —
[Fuller], i. . - - . 414
Conscience, Terrors of a Guilty—
[Blacklock], ii. - - 103
Constable, HENRY, i. 83
Constable's Miscellany, ii. 702
Constancy, i. - - . 136
Constantinople, the Taking of, by
the Turks, i. - - . 264
Content, Careless, ii. 134
Content, Hymn to, ii. 277
Content, a Pastoral, ii. 122
Content, a Sonnet, i. 169

Contentment, a Wish, i.

--
Conversation, on, i. . 414, 507; ii.

Conversation, Passage from, ii. . 260
Conversation between Chesterfield
and Chatham—[From Imaginary
Conversations of Literary Men and
Statesmen], ii. . - - 351
Convict Ship, the, ii. 478
CoNY BEARE, MR, ii. 642
Cook, Eliza, ii. 473
CookE, GEorge, i. 216
Cooper, John FEN1MoRr, ii. 629
CoPELAND, DR, ii. - 703
Corbet, Richard, i. 116
Corbet, Vincent, to, i. 116
Corina, to go a-Maying, i. 143
Coriolanus, Prologue to, ii. 49
Coronach, ii. - - . 385
Corton, Charles, i. . 353, 419
Cotton, NATHANIEL, ii. . 122
Cotton, SIR Rohr:RT, i. 263
Country Ballad Singer, the, i. 572
Country Churchyard, Elegy Written
in a, ii. - - - 55
Country Life, Praise of a, i. 531
Country, Love of, ii. - - 38.2
Court Masques of the Seventeenth
Century; i. - - . 198
Courtier, the Old and Young, i. 229
Courtship, Rustic, i. - 586
CovkhdALE, Miles, i. o

- . 74
CowLEY, ABRAHAM, i. 312–318, 401–404
Cowley, Abraham, Lines on, i. 323
Cowley's Love of Retirement, i. 449
CowPER, WiLLIAM, ii. . . 257–269
Cowper, on the Receipt of his Mo-

ther's Picture, ii. . - -
Cowper, Inscription on the Tomb

of, ii. 269
Cowper's Grave, ii. 461
Coxe, WILLIAM, ii. . 636
CRABBE, George, ii. 309-315
CRAshAw, Richard, i. - . 149
Crashaw, on the Death of, i. 314
CRAvro N, The HoN. R. K. ii. 672
CRAwford, Robert, ii. 128

Creation—[Caedmon], i. - ... 2
Creation—[Dr R. Cudworth], i.
Creation—[Sir R. Blackmore], i.
Creation, Diversified Character of, ii.

Creation, Eve's Account of her, i. 339
Creation, the Works of, i. - 612
Crescentius, ii. - 450
Cressey, Battle of, i. 71
Critics, Hostile, i. 640
Chok ER, T. Crofton, ii. 613

Page
CRoly, Rev. GroRGE, ii. . . 448
Cromwell, Oliver, Character of, i. 485

Cromwell, Oliver, Interview with, i. 459
Cromwell, Vision of Oliver, i. . 403
Cromwell's Expulsion of the Parlia-
ment in 1653, ii. . - . 641
Croppy's House, Description of the
Burning of a, ii. . - . 613
Crown E, John, i. - - 392
Crusade, Muster for the First, i. . 6
Crusades, Against the, ii. - 139
Cuckoo, to the, ii. - 97
Cudworth, DR RAlph, i. - 425
CUMBERLAND, Dr Richard, i. . 427
CUMBERLAND, Richard, ii. 141, 545
Cumnor Hall, ii. - 71
CUNNINGHAM, ALLAN, ii. 499
CUNNINGHAM, John, ii. 121
Cupid, to, i. . - 139
Cupid and Campaspe, i. 166
Cupid and Psyche, ii. 281
Curiosity, Fatal, i. 592
Currie, DR JAMEs, ii. . 645
Custance, Departure of, i. 19
Cymbeline, Dirge in, ii. - 34
Czar Peter in England in 1698, i. 490
DACRE, LADY, ii. . - 609
Daffodils, to, i. . * * 141
Dance, the, i. . 42
DANIEL, SAMUEL, i. . . 97, 263
Daniel's Sonnets, Selections from, i. 98
DARwin, C. ii. - - . 687
DARwin, DR ERAs Mus, ii. 270-273
DAvex ANT, Sik William, i. 13, 146

David and Goliah, i. - ... 102
David II. Return of, from Captivity, i. 28

David, Song to, ii. 109–112
DAvi Es, Sir John, i. 108
DAvis, John, i. - 252
DAvis, John FRANcts, ii. . . 681
Dawson, Phoebe, ii. - 312
DAY, John, i. - 216
Day of Judgment, ii. 447
Dr LolME, ii. - - . 241
De Montfort, Scene from, ii. 511, 512

De Montfort, Jane, Description of, ii. 513
Dead, the, ii. . - - . 74
Death—its Desirableness, i. - 30]
Death—[Supposed Last Verses of the
Poet Nicoll], ii. - -
Death—the Changes it Effects, i.
Death, Against Repining at, i.
Death, the Court of, i. . 574
Death, Fear of, i. - . 187, 381
Death and Funeral of a Pauper, ii. 630
Death, the Image of, i. - -
Death, Old Age and, i.
Death of Marmion, ii.
Death, Night Piece on, i.
Death, the Pomp of, i. -
Death of Sir H. De Bohun, i. .
Death Song, Written for, and Adapted
to, an Original Indian Air, ii.
Death, Time of Advantages of our
Ignorance of it, i. . - -
Death of Two Lovers by Lightning
—[Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon-
i -

296
308

tagu), i. . - - 637
Death of the Warrior King, ii. 477
Death's Final Conquest, i. 148
Deathbed, the Pauper's, ii. 461

Deceit of Ornament or Appearances,
i. - - - -
Deception, a-IFrom She Stoops to
141

Conquer], ii. . - -
Definition of Good Breeding, ii. 248
DEFoE, DANIEL, i. . - . 617
DEkke R, Thomas, i. 211, 274
DELABEchE, SIR HENRY, ii. . 703
DELTA—See MoIR, D.M.
DENHAM AND CLAPPERtoN, ii. 667,668
DENHAM, Sir John, i. . 321
DENNIE, Colon EL, ii. . 680
Depending upon Others, ii. ... 620
DE INcEY, Thomas, ii. 692, 693
Descriptive Sketch, i. - 128
Desert, Afar in the, ii. - . .454
Desert, Meeting of Two Warriors

in the, ii.

Dolation of the cities whose war.
riors have marched against Rome,
ii. - - - 468–47

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Echo and Narcissus, i. - . 148
Eclogue – Hassan, or the Cannel
Driver, ii. - - al
Economy, Domestic, i. 2:34, 414
Eden, the Garden of, i. - 339
Edg Ewokt it, Miss, ii. - 553–57]
Edinburgh, the High Street of, ii. 495
Edinburgh and Leith, Burning of,
by the English, in 1544, i. - 305
Edinburgh Review, Commence-
ment of the, ii. 696, 702
Edinburgh, a Sunday in, ii. . 132
Education, a Complete, i. 296
Education, Gentleness in, i. . 437
Education, the Alliance between
Government and, ii. - 56
Education Confined too much to
Language, i. - - . 413
Education, on Female—[Lady Mary
W. Montagu to the Countess of
Bute}, i. - - - to;
Education, Importance of Moral, i. 515
Education, Love, Hope, and Pa-
tience i. - - . .345
Education—What it Embraces, i. 265
Edward VI. I.)eath and Character
of, i. - - - . 487
FlowArps, Rich And, i. 164
Fol win and Angelina, ii. - . 63
Edwin, Description of, ii. 1(x,
Edwin and Emma, ii. 42
Elegy, ii. - - - lo
Elegy on an Unfortunate Lady, i. ...to
Elegy, written in a Country Church-
yard, ii. - - 55
Elegy, written in Spring, ii. . 96
Elephant in the Moon, i. . 349–332
Eliza, Death of, at the Hattle o
Minden, ii. - - - 272
Elizabeth, L. H. Epitaph on, i. . 114
Elizabeth. Queen—her Death and
Character, ii. - - . 184
Elizabeth's Reign, Sports upon the
Ice in, i. - - 250
Elliott, Ebex rzER, ii. . 457
EL Liot, Miss JANE, ii. 127
Eli, lot, Si R GILBERT, ii. 129
FLI.iotson, Dr., ii. 703
ELL is, HENRy, ii. too
Ellis, SIR HEN Ry, ii. 700
Ellwood, Thom As, i. - . 465
Ellwood's Intercourse with Milton, i. 465
Eloisa to Abelard, from the Epistle
of, i. - - - -
E1. Phi Nstonk, Thr IIox. Mount-
stu ART, ii. . 644, 680
Ei. yor, Sir THoMAs, i. . . . G4
EM Enson, JAMEs, ii. t;44
Emulation and Envy, i. . 208
Encyclopædias, &c. ii. . . 255, 703
Endymion, the Story of, i. 3.19
England, the Homes of, ii. . . 433
England, What Harm would come
to, if the Commons thereof were
Poor, i. - - -
English, Commencement of the Pre-
sent Form of, i. . - - 4
English Country Seat, Ancient–
[Pope to Lady Mary W. Mon-
tagu), i. - - - fog
Fnglish Courage, i. . - . 54
English Liberty, ii. - - 265
English Mansion, Ancient, Descrip-
tion of, ii. . - - . 590
English Scenery, Recollections of, ii. 275
English Squire, Banquet of an, ii. 287
English Travellers Visit a Neapolitan
Church, ii. - - - 555
Englishman, Characteristic of an, i. 51
Enjoyment of the Present Hour re-
commended, i. - - 375
Envious Man and the Miser, i. . 2,
Envy, against, i. - - tool
Envy and Emulation, i. . - 268
Epic Poem, Receipt to Make an, i. 641
Epicure, the, i. - - . 31.5

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Franklin, a, i. . - 278
FRANKLIN, Dr. Box. Axits, ii. 24.8
FRANKll N, CAPTAIN Jon N, ii. 676

Fr. As ER, JAMEs BA 11, Li F., ii. 646, 679

Freebooter Life in the Forest—[J.
L. Peacock], ii. . - . 627

Preedom, Apostrophe to, i. - 26

Freedom, Progress of, ii. 184
Freedom, Savage, i. so I
French, the, i. - - 281
French Army in Russia, ii. - 448
French Love of I)ancing, i. . 21:1
French Peasant's Supper, ii. 175
FREhr, Joji N. HookHAM, ii. quo;
Friar of Orders Gray, ii. - 76
Friend of Humanity and the Knife-
Grinder, ii. - - . 295
Friendship, i. 241-243
Friendship, ii. 413, 414
Full ER, Thost vs. i. . - 4ll
Funeral Ceremony at Rome, ii. 672
Futurity, Apostrophe to, ii. 459
Gaffer Gray, ii. - - 54t;
GALL, I) it, ii. to
GA 1.1, Rich ARD, ii. 492
Gallowa', the Hills o', ii. 5th,
GALT, Joh N., ii. - 560–59)

gamester, the—his Last Stake, ii. 1:4–138

Garden, Thoughts in a, i. 344
Garland, the, i. . - 53t;
GA R Rock, DA vip, ii. 148
Garrick, Death of, ii. . - 579

Garrick, Prologue Spoken by, at the
Opening of the Theatre in Drury

Lane, in 1747, ii. 31}

GARTH, S R SAM is ki., i. 567
GA is DEN, Jo HN, i. 299
GAy, John, i. - - 570
Gay Young Men upon Town, i. 594
Gell, Sir Willi.A.M., ii. 671
Fenius, Dawnings of, ii. 428

Genius, English, i. . - -
Genius not a Source of Unhappiness

to its Pos-essor, ii. - 608
Genius, Pictures of Native, ii. 453
Goof Fn Ey of Mox Mouth, i. - 5
Geraldine, Description and Praise

of his Love, i. . - - 47
Ghosts, i. - - * - 3rz

Good Breeding, Definition of, ii. 248
Good Life, Long Life, i. - 114
GoRE, MRs, ii. - - , 62::
GoR to N, Joh N., ii. - - 647
Governing a Nation, Difficulty of, ii. 656
Government, i. - - . 241
Government and Liberty, i. 406
Gow ER, Joh N, i. . - . 23
GRA Fron, Rich ARD, i. 249
GRAHAM E., JAMEs, ii. 30.2
Grahame to his Son, ii. - 303
Grahame's Sabbath, Passages from,
ii. . - - - 305-307
G RAING ER, Dr. JAMEs, ii. 110
Grand Question Debated, i. 552
GRANT, MRs, ii. - 278
Grasp of the Dead, the, ii. 4s,t)
Grasshopper, the, i. - - 315
Grasshopper and the Cricket, to the,
ii. . - - . 424
Grattan, T. C. ii. (#18

Grave, the, ii. - - 3, 418

Grave of Anna, the, ii. - 2x)4
Graves of a Household, the, ii. 439
Gray, Auld Robin, ii. 127
GRAY, Thox1As, ii. - . 49
Great Fire in London, i. - 4.2in
Grecian Mythology — the Various
Lights in which it was regarded, ii. 215
Greece, Ancient, ii. - . 3%)
Greece, Picture of Modern, ii. 389
Greece, Satan's Survey of, i. 342
G R & EN, MATTH Ew, i. 578
GREEN E, Rob ERT, i. 168
Greenland, ii. - - - 416
Greenland Missionaries, the, ii. 259
Greenwich Hill, ii. - - 204
Greenwich Pensioners, the, ii. 34t;
Gregory, Lord, Ballad of, ii. 3th)
Grief, against Excessive, i. . 5(r.2
Grief controlled by Wisdom, i. . 431
Grief, Moderation in, i. - . 270
GRIFFIN, GERALD, ii. . 614, 615
Grongar Hill, ii. 22, 23

Gulliver in Brobdingnag, i. . . 629
Gunpowder, Invention and Use of, ii. 20.)

HARRINGto.N, JAMEs, i. - 404

HARRINGto.N., Joh N, i. - . 82

HARRINGTON, SIR John, i. 104
HAR his, JAMEs, ii. 243
HARRIs, MAJon W. C. ii. 688
HARRIs, WILLIAM, ii. - . 243
HARRison, WILLIAM, i. 250

HARRY, 13LIND, i. . - . 20
Harvey, William, on the Death of, i. 317
Hassan, or the Camel Driver, ii. . .31

HAwkesworth, John, ii. 155
IIA v1. Ey, Willi A.M., ii. - 21:9, 645
Hayley's Lines on the Death of his
Mother, ii. - - - 260
HA y N Es, JAMEs, ii. . 517
HAY war: o, St R Johs, i. 264
HAzlitt, WILLIAM, ii. 693
HEAD, SIR FAANcis, ii. 683
Health, Duty of Preserving, i. 516
Heart, to his—[Scot), i. . 155
Heaven and Hell, i. . 314
Heaven, Thoughts of, ii. 5th;

Heaven, What is in, i. . . I l

Heavens, the Starry, ii. . 45.5
HEben, DR REGINALD, ii. 407-410
Heber's Journal, Verses from, ii. 4tr.)

Hebrew Bard, the, ii. - - 6
385

Hebrew Maid, Hymn of the, ii.
Heir at Law, Scene from the, ii.
Helen of Kirkconnel, ii.
Helmsman, the, ii.
HEMANs, Mrs, ii. . - • *.
Henderson, on Captain Matthew, ii. 485
HEN Ry, DR Rook Rt., ii. - 192
Henry III. Extract from a Charter
of, i. - . - - - 6
Henry VII.'s time, a Yeoman of, i. 65
HEN Ry, MATTH Ew, i. - 458
Henry, Prince, Epitaph on, i. !ta)
HENRY so N, Ron ERT, i. - . 33

Hrank RT, GroRGE, i. 136
HER BERT, Lond, i. . - 269
HERBERT, Sir Thom As, i. - 251
Hennent, Willi A.M., ii. 4:4,
Heresy, i. - - 284
Heresy and Orthodoxy, i. 515
Hermit, the (Far in a wild, un-
known to public view), i. 576-578
the Imagination], ii. . 45
Invermay, the Birks of, ii. . . 43
Ion, Passages from, ii. - 522–524
Iona, Reflections on Landing at, ii. 222
Irish Serpents, the Last of the, ii. 614
Irish Village and School-house, Pic-
ture of an, ii. - - 616–618
Irving, DAvid, ii. - 647
IRv1NG, WAshi NgtoN, ii. . . 594
Irwan, Farewell Hymn to the Valley
of, ii. . - - - 74
Israelites, Scene of the Encampment
of the, after Crossing the Red Sea,
ii. . - - - . 678
Italian, the-Opening of the Story, ii. 555
Italian Evening on the Banks of the
Brenta, ii. - - - 392
Italian Landscape, an, ii. " . . 553
Italian Song, an, ii. - - 320
Italians and Swiss contrasted, ii. , 60
Italy, Letter from, i. - - 543
Jack Cade's Insurrection, i. , 56
JAMEs, G. P. R. ii. . - . 628
JAMEs I. of England, i. 271
JAMEs I. of Scotland, i. 35
James I. a Prisoner in Windsor, i. 37
James V. Character of, i. 3);
JAMrs VI. i. - - - 157
James VI. and a Refractory Preacher,
i. . - - - -
Jane Shore, Penitence and Death of,
i. . - - - . 500
Jeanie Morrison, ii. - - 503
JEFF Rey, Lond, ii. - 695
Jenny Dang the Weaver, ii. . 494
Jenny's Bawbee, ii. . - , 495
JEN YNs, So..AM E., ii. - 249
J Errison, Rob ERT, ii. 510
JERRold, Doug LAs, ii. too,
Jerusalem before the Siege, ii. . 446
Jerusalem, Conquest of, by the Cru-
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Hills o' Gallowa', the, ii. 5sh;
Hind and Panther, the, i. . . 364
Hindoo Widow, Sacrifice of a, ii. 679, 680
Historian, Qualifications of, i. ... 79
History—How to Read it, i. 515
History and Biography, i. . 498
History, on the Credit due to, i. . 456
History of John Bull, i. 642–645
HoADLy, DR BENJAMIN, i. . 665
Horsbes, Thomas, i. . 266, 267
Hobhouse, J. C. ii. . . 671
Hogg, JAMEs, ii. 496–499
Hohenlinden, ii. - . 373
Holcroft, Thomas, ii. . 531, 546
Holiness and Sin, i. . - . 436
Holi Nshed, RApha EL, i. 250
Holla Nd, DR, ii. 671
Holla Nd, Lord, ii. - - 645
Holland, a Whimsical Satire on, i. 345
Holland and its Inhabitants, i. . 282
Holy Scriptures, Some Considera-
tions Touching the Style of the, i. 519
Home, ii. - - - . 420
Home among the Mountains, ii. 434
Hoxie, Jon N, ii. . - . 133, 139
Hoxi E, HENRY-[Lord Kames], ii. 208
Homes of England, the, ii. - 433
Homicide, against, ii. . - 140
HoNE, WILLIAM, ii. - 700
Honour, against Titles of, i. 462
Honour, Apostrophe to, i. - 44
Hood, Thomas, ii. - . 464, 465
Hood's Parental Ode to his Son, ii. 465
Hook, DR JAMEs, ii. . - 60i
Hook, Throport E. E. ii. 607
Hooken, Joh N, i. - 2 m)
Hook ER, Rich ARD, i. - . 235
Hop-Garden, Directions for Cultivat-
ing a, i. - - - 48
Hopk, Thoxias, ii. . - 592
Hope—[Pastoral Ballad], ii. 38
Horace, Ode from, i. - . 584
HoRNE, Dr. G. ii. - 216
Horslry, DR SAMUEL., ii. . 654
Hosier's Ghost. ii. - 114
Hospitality, Vulgar, i. 634
Hours, the, ii. . - - 378
How no Age is Content with his own
Estate, &c. i. - - . 47
How ARD, EARL of SURREy, i. 46
Howard the Philanthropist, Charac-
ter of, ii. - - - 2:54
Howard, Lines on, ii. - . 273
How Ell, JAMEs, i. - - 255
Howell, to Capt. Thomas B. i. 257, 258
Howitr, MARy, ii. . - . 462
Howitt, WILLIAM, ii. . - 698
Hudibras, Accomplishments of, i. 347
Hudibras, Personal Appearance of, i. 348
IIudibras, Religion of, i. - 348
Hugh Es, Joh N, i. . - . 615
Human Character, Fruits of Expe-
rience of, i. - - - 454
Human Greatness, Decay of, i. . 123
Human Life, ii. . - - 3.18
Huxi E, ALEx AND En, i. - . 156
HUMr. David, ii. 182-185, 202
Humility, i. . - - . .283
Humorous Scene at an Inn, i. . 599
HUNT, LEigh, ii. . . 422–425, 524
Hunt Est, Mits, ii. - 278

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Ill-Natured and Good-Natured Men,
i. . -

- - - 443
Imagination, Fears of, ii. - 513
Immoderate Self-Lowe, i. 433
Immortality, Longing after, i. 439

Immortality of the Soli, Opinion of
the Ancient Philosophers on the, ii. 195

Improvisatrice, from the, ii. 450
INch BALD, MR's E. ii. - 531, 553
Independence, Ode to, ii. 66

Indian Gold Coin, Ode to an, ii. 289

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Ingratitude an Incurable Vice, i.
Inn, Arrival at the Supposed, ii. .
Inn, Humorous Scene at an, i. .
Inn, Lines in Praise of an, ii.
Inoculation for the Small-pox—[Lady
Mary W. Montagu to Mrs S.C.], i. 652
Inquiry, Free, i. - - 284
Intellectual Beauty—[Pleasures of

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JEsse, FDw ARD, ii. - - to
Jesus, Hymn to the Name of, i. . 15.2
Jew of Malta, Passages from the, i. 173
Jews, Hymn of the Captive, ii. . 445
Joan of Arc, ii. . - - 473
JocelyN, Lond, ii. - . Ge
Johnson, Dr. SAMUEL, ii. 25–30, 175, 221
Johnson and Hannah More, ii. 578. 379
Johnson's Dictionary, Extract from
the Preface, ii. - - 221
Johnson's Letter to Lord Chester-
field, ii. - - - . 27
Johnston, Da Aarhur, i. list
Johnston E, CHARLEs, ii. . 175
Johnstone, MRs, ii. - tool
Jon Es, REv. Richard, ii. . . 701
Jon Es, SIR WILLIAM, ii. 113

Jonsox, BEN, i. 112-115, 191-is

Jonson, Ben, Character of, i. . 4 os
Jonson, Ben, Letter to, i. . to
JorriN, DR John, ii. >is

Judgment, the Day of —[Jeremy
Taylor], i. . - - -

Judgment, the Day of—[Version of
the ‘Dies Irae"], i. - -

Judgment, the Day of—[H. H. Mil-

man], ii. . 447
Judgment, Hasty, i. 55
Julia, i. - - 143
Julia's Recovery, i. 14:
JUNIUs, ii. . - - 234-235
Junius's Celebrated Letter to the

King, ii. - - 333–341
KAMEs, Lond—[Henry Home), ii. 2's
KEATs, John, ii. . - —o
KELLY, Huon, ii. - * - 14t
Kemble, John, Portraiture of, ii. 5-5
KENDAL, Timoth Y, i. . - &
KENNEDY, R. H. ii. so
KENNEDY, Willi A.M., ii. 473
KENNETT and Port E.R. i. . ... to
KEppEL, Hon. George, ii. . 677
Khubla Khan, Passage from, ii. 337
Killigrew, Mrs Anne, Ode to the Me-

mory of, i. - - . 365
Killing a Boar, i. - - so
Kilmeny, from the Queen's Wake. ii. 497
King—What he is Made for, i. . 234
KING, CAPTAIN, ii. - - 67
KING, DR HENRY, i. . Its
Krnia, Edwa Rd., ii. - 243
King of Tars, i. - - 9, 16
kiosdom of Christ not of this World,

- - - - - ... to
Kings, the Strength of, i. 247
Kiss, the a Dialogue, i. 14.
Kiss, Stolen—Sonnet upon a, i. lx;
Kitten, the, ii. - - - 451
Knife-Grinder and Friend of Huma-

nity, ii. - - *a*

KNolles, Richarn, i. - - - * *
Knowledge, Limitation of Iluman, i. 27,
Knowledge, Love of, i. . - >

Knowledge, Uses of, i. . 243
RNowles, HERBERT, ii. ill
KNow LEs, J. S. ii. ... sols
KNox, John N, i. 33, 3-4
KNox, William, ii. 453

Kuzziibisi's Return to his Native vil.
lage, ii. - - ... for;

KYD, Thomas, i. . - . 157
Labour overcomes apparent Impos-
sibilities, i. - - - 445
Laconics, or New Maxims of State
Conversation, i. . - so
Ladies, Good, the Garment of, i. o

Lady, to a, Admiring Herself in a
Looking-glass, i. - - 14

Lady, Poet's Praise of his, i.
Lady Weiled, to a, i. - - 13:
Lady's Chamber in the Thirteenth :
Century, ii. - - so
LAING, MAI.com.M., ii. - to i
LAING, SAMUEL, ii. o, &
L'Allegro, i. - 3&
LAMB, CHARLEs, ii. or-o-
LAMB, LADY CARoll NE, ii. so
Lampoon, i. - - - 497
Lanark, Scene at—[Frum Hits phry |
Clinker], ii. - - - to
LAN dra, Rich ARD, ii. - . Gos
LANDoN, L. E. ii. - 449–451, 6&

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