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BEN JONSON's Discoveries.
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Advertisements extraordinary, 285.
Advice to a Young Essayist, 501.
Ægesta, remains of, 389.
Agriculture, 108, 220, 327, 440, 573, 684.
Alasco, Mr. Shee's tragedy of, suppressed
by the Licenser, 313.
Analects from J. P. Richter, 117.
Andrea, John Valentine, 143 to be con-
sidered the founder of the Rosicrucians,
Anecdotes of Ghosts, 255, 256.
Arab character, 385.
Architecture, French work on, 213-Ger-
man ditto, 214-remains of Moorish, at
Ariosto, Rose's Translation of, 623-his
immorality, 624-compared with Dante
and Tasso, ib.-his characteristic merits,
625 difficulty of translating, 626.
Aristotelian logic, value of, 310.
Arithmetic, mental, 509.
tation of Goethe, 284, 527-review of
his Deformed Transformed, 315-elect-
ed member of the council of Misso-
longhi, 323-his poetry, sensual, 426—
remarks on Beppo, 626—his death, 679,
Callcott, Dr. memoir of, 306.
Character, National, Kant on, 381.
Characters: a cynic, 67-Laird Hause-
lock, 74-The Superior of the Convent
of St. S- -, 359-Frank Hargrave,
523-Henriette de P, 618.
Chatterton, Richard, Letters to the Coun-
try by, 64, 293.
Chatterton, Thomas, 631.
Children, young, death of, 117.
Christmas holidays, 198.
Colman, Mr., refuses to license Shee's
Commerce, 109, 220, 328, 440, 574, 685
-Retrospective View of, 686.
Bacon, his error in rejecting Aristotelian
logic, 310-his New Atlantis, 652.
Baphomet, the Symbol of the Knights'
Batavian Anthology, review of, 300.
Biography: Vauquelin, 26-Schiller, 37
-Steibelt, 99-Viganoni, ditto-H.
Smart, ditto-C. Rosycross, 142-Ros-
sini, 189, 209-Dr. Callcott, 306-Ri-
cardo, 309-Rev. T. Delafield, 397-
P. Gringore, 401-J. Brasbridge, 417
Paul Jones, 492, 630 Richard
Tarlton, 517-Chatterton, 631, (see
Bird in a darkened cage, complaint of, 117.
Bombet's Memoirs of Rossini, 189.
Bowring's Batavian Anthology, 300.
Boys, plan for education of, in large num-
Brasbridge's Fruits of Experience, 417.
Bride of Modern Italy, 357.
Buhle, his work on the Free Masons, 5.
Bullock's Mexican Museum, 521.
Byron, Lord, 276-remarks on his trans-
lation of the ballad of Alhama, 279,
note-his poetical imitations, 283-imi.
Dahlmann, Professor, his historical re-
Dale, Commodore, 629-his account of
Paul Jones's action with the Serapis, ib.
Deaths: Bishop Cornwallis, Gandon (ar-
chitect), Ex-King of Sardinia, 224
Sir H. B. Dudley, Sir Brooke Boothby,
Langlés, Sir T. Maitland, 336-Admi-
ral De Courcy, 447-Miss Lee, Eugene
Beauharnois, T. E. Bowdich, Camba-
ceres, Cardinal Gonsalvi, 448-Rev. T.
Maurice, Duchess of Devonshire, 578-
R. Payne Knight, Bishop Buckner,
Belzoni, Lord Byron, 694.
Delafield, Rev. Thos, 397, note.
Delavigne, French poet, his Ecole des
Vieillards, 99-account of, 153-trans-
lations frem, 154.
Democritus Junior, 239.
Devil in Ireland, 453.
Dialogues of Three Templars, on Political
Economy, Introductory, 341-I. 347-
II. 427—III. 547—ÏV. 550—V. 557
Dogs, Esquimaux, 482.
Don Carlos, Schiller's, 46.
Drama: Covent Garden, Vespers of Pa-
lermo, 92-Miss F. H. Kelly, 94-the
King's Visits to the Theatres, ditto
Grimaldi, 95-the Pantomimes, 197-
Covent Garden, Harlequin and Poor
Robin, 198-Grimaldi; Drury Lane,
Harlequin and the Flying Chest, 200-
Philandering, Young's Sir Pertinax,
Simpson and Co. 201-Surrey and Co-
burg Theatres, the Hertfordshire Tra-
gedy, 202-Covent Garden, Native
Land, 311-Misses Paton, Love, and
Tree, 312-The Poachers, ib.-Drury
Lane, Merry Wives of Windsor, ib.
-Mr. Colman, refusal to license Mr.
Shee's Alasco, 313-Mr. Young at Exe-
ter, 314-Covent Garden, Pride shall
have a fall, 429-English Opera House,
Matthews, 430 the Easter Spectacles,
567 Covent Garden; Henry IV. -
Drury Lane, 671.
Dramatists, Postscript to Letters to, 60.
Dryden, his excellence, 628.
Dublin, bay of, 454-city, 457.
Dutch, poetry, 300-character, 384.
Easter feast, at Naples, 124, 126.
Education, 410-Madras system, 410-
character of the new system, 412-school
government, 414, 503—grammar, 505
-mental arithmetic, 509-themes, 509
-rewards and punishments, 511-best
mode of acquiring languages, 512-clo-
cution, 513-penmanship, 513.
Elizabeth, wretched state of Ireland in her
English character, 67, 383-physiology,
Epigrams, German, 237, 364.
Equitable Loans, 621.
Esquimaux, 475-Iligliuk, an Esquimaux
lady, 479-general character, 482-
dogs, ib. superstition, 483.
Essayist, young, advice to, 501.
Etiquette, punctilious, of naval comman
Euripides, supposed Drama of Richard the
Third by, 603.
Exhibition of the Royal Academy, 663.
Facetia Bibliographica, No. IV. Demo-
critus Junior, 239-V. Rahere, 397-
VI. Tarlton, 517.
False Distinctions, 642.
Featherstonhaugh, C. F., Memoirs of, 133.
Female tongue, 119.
Fleet-street Biography, 417.
Flogging in the Navy, 139.
Fludd, Robt., the immediate Founder of
Free-masonry in England, 257.
Foreign Literature, Sketch of, 99, 211,
Franco di Girolamo, a Jesuit, beatification
of, 230-account of, 231-miracles per-
formed by, 233.
Free-masons and Rosicrucians, origin of, 5
-internal characteristics, 7-who ex-
cluded from, 8-their pretensions to
mysteries, 9-external characteristics,
and public profession of beneficence, 9-
earliest historical traces of, 10-their
origin in England, 256-Free-masonry,
Rosicrucianism adapted to England,
ib.-the first Lodge in England, 259-
the building of Bacon's Temple of So-
lomon not their object, 652-nor the
restoration of Charles II. 653-not con-
nected with politics, 654 what is to be
understood by the "Lost Word or Lo-
gos," 655-Cromwell not the founder,
ib.the "Scotch Degree," 656-not
derived from the Knights Templars, 657.
French, their taste with respect to the Fine
Arts, 381 French character, 382.
Poets, Early, F. Vauquelin, 26—
Amadis Jamyn, 251-Pierre Gringore,
Modern, C. Delavigne, 153.
Friends, quarrels of, 120.
Funds, the, 691.
Genius, character of, 290.
German, character, 363.
Epigrams, 237, 364, 599.
Ghosts, on, 253.
Ghost-player's Guide, 368-Observations
Goethe, his dedication to his poems, 186
-translation from, 285-another ver-
sion of the same ballad, 527.
Good, Dr., on melancholy madness, 378.
Grammars, defects of those in use, 508.
Grose, Capt, his collection of curious ad-
Hajji Baba, review of, 193.
Hamlet, the character of the Ghost, the
most difficult of any in Shakspeare, 368
-on the madness of Hamlet, 373-his
Hargrove, Frank, a character, 523-his
critique on Landor's Imaginary Conver-
Heeren, Professor, his historical works, 443.
Fama Fraternitatis, account of that work, Heinsius, 308.
Hemans, Mrs., her tragedy of the Vespers
of Palermo, 92.
Henriette de P.
Hunt, J., trial of, for murder of Mr. Weare, Madness, Hamlet's, 373-Ophelia's, 487
Jamyn, Amadis, French poet, 251.
Idols, Mexican, 522.
Jesters, court, 397.
Jesuits, re-establishment of, at Naples,
Imaginary Conversations, Landor's, 523.
Imagination, 118-not possessed by women
in a greater degree than by men, 642-
not by savages and oriental nations in a
superior degree, 643.
Imitations and plagiarisms, recent, poetical,
277-Scott, 277-Southey, 278-Mont-
gomery, 281-Crabbe, Graham, Milman,
Moore, 282-Byron, 283.
Intellect, superior, an object of admiration,
per se, 309.
Jones, Paul, sketches of, 492-his action
with the Serapis, 630.
Ireland, the Devil in, 453-the Kildare-
street association, 459-Captain Rock,
563-wretched state of Ireland under
Elizabeth, 588-James I. 589-despotic
government of Strafford, under Charles
I. 591-Cromwell, ib.-James II. 592
--administration under Townshend,
Harcourt, &c. 595-the Church Esta-
blishment, 680. (See Public Events.)
Italy, recollections of, 21-walk to Pas-
tum, &c. 122-number of ruins of the
middle ages, in, 128.
Jurisprudence, foreign publications on, 330.
Kant, in what degree obscure, 344-on
National character in relation to the sense
for the sublime and beautiful, 381-on
Kildare-street association, 459.
Kings have succeeded in many arts, but
not in poetry, 639-and why, ib.
Labour, the quantity of, the ground of va-
Lacy, J., his reply to Terentius Secundus,
Lancasterian system of education, Mr. Cole-
ridge's censure of, 511.
Landor's Imaginary Conversations, 523.
Languages, how to be taught, 505, 508.
Letter from one of the Dramatists of the
Day to J. Lacy, 272-reply to, 469.
Letters to the Country, by R. Chatterton,
No. I., 64-No. II. on the intellectual
characteristics of the two sexes, 293.
Lion's Head, 3, 115, 227, 339, 451, 581.
Literary Life, its disadvantages, 37.
Literature, Danish, 101, 444.
French, 99, 211, 329, 441.
German, 101, 214, 331, 443.
-remarks on Madness, 645.
Madras system of Education, 410.
Maier, Mich. writer on the Rosicrucian So-
Malthus, Mr., his objections against Ri-
cardo, 343-his doctrine of value, 551
-objections to Ricardo's theory of va-
lue, 557-errors of his table illustrating
the invariable value of labour, 562.
Man, a misanthrope by nature, 67.
Maynard's "Twelve Wonders," extracts
Memoir of C. F. Featherstonhaugh, 133.
Memoirs of Rossini, review of, 189-of
Captain Rock, ditto, 583.
Mexican Museum, Bullock's, 521.
Midshipman, miseries of one, 136.
Milman, Mr., his poetical imitations, 282.
Milton, Latin manuscript of, discovered,
Miracles, by Franco di Girolamo, 233.
Misanthrope, man one by nature, 67.
Miseries of a midshipman, 136.
Monastery at La Cava, 125.
Montague, E. Wortley, matrimonial ad-
vertisement of, 287.
Montgomery, poetical imitations by, 281.
Moon and Stars, a fable, 202.
Moore, poetical imitations by, 282.
Mummy caves at Palermo, 391.
Music: Provincial Concerts, Manchester,
&c. Warminster, 96-Italian Opera at
Bath, Sir G. Smart's Concerts at ditto,
Norwich Musical Festival, King's The-
atre, Performers, Rossini's Zelmira, 97
-Mr. Sinclair at Covent Garden, Stei-
belt's death, Viganoni's, H. Smart's,
98-New Music, 99-King's Theatre,
Rossini, his Zelmira, 208-his appear-
ance at the opera, 209-Garcia, Signora
Colbran Rossini, Concerts, 210-New
Music, 211-Madame Catalani, 304-
Miss D. Travis, the Bristol Harmonic
Institution, Mr. Cummins' Lectures on
Music, Oratorio at Drury-lane, 305-
Dr. Callcott's Glees, and memoir of that
composer, 306-New Music, 307-
Royal Academy, 405-Remarks on the
expensiveness of Concerts, Oratorios,
406 Stadler's Oratorio of Jerusalem
Delivered, Concerts at the Opera-house,
407-Catalani, Il Fanatico per la mu-
sica,' 408-New Music, 409-Oratorios,
the Star of Bethlehem, the Prophecy,
General success of the season, the Misses
Cawes, 542-Defects of Braham and
Sinclair, King's Theatre, Clementi,
543-decline of Catalani's fame, Miss
Love, Madame Pasta, Master Aspull,