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BEN JONSON's Discoveries.
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New Bridge-street, London.
Africa, Southern, Burchell's Travels in,
277-the Karro Poort, 279-the Gariep
River, 280-Asbestos Mountains, Hip-
popotamus hunt, 281-the Briquas, 284.
Agriculture, 107, 215, 327, 439, 551, 655.
America, North. See Canadas and United
South, 229. See Chili, Mexico,
Peru, and Public Events.
American War, observations on, 577.
Amethyst, capture of the, Gilbert's picture
of, 615, note.
Antiquities, Mexican, 526, 527.
Archer of Ulvescroft, the, a tale, 44.
Aristocracy, Parisian, 633-divided into
three classes, 634-aim of the monied
Armstrong, Archibald, (Jester to James I.)
Association of ideas, 617-anecdotes illus-
trative of, 617, 622, 624.
Australia, intended British factory in, 252.
Bacon's Elements of Science, reviewed,
Bullock's Mexico, 521-want of informa-
tion in the work, 522.
Buonaparte, his attention to public morals,
484 his address in availing himself of
the influence of the Fine Arts, 615.
Burns and Byron, 117-Burns' death,
118 his burial, 120.
Byron, Lord, compared with the author of
Waverley, 69-contrasted with Burns,
117-his personal character, 337-va-
nity, 338-person, 339-singularity,
339-grossness in conversation, 340
letters, 340-capricious temper, 341
religious principles, 341-military en-
thusiasm, in Greece, 343-temper, 344
-misanthropy, 345-poetry, 345-Con-
versations (by Medwin), 449-unwarrant-
able destruction of his Memoirs, 449-his
personal appearance, 451 - conversa-
tional powers, 452-education, 452-his
opinion of various contemporaries, 457
-his Prophecy of Dante, 457-opinion
of Sir Walter Scott, 457-estimate of
his own character, 458-conversation
with Col. Stanhope, 460-aversion to
Bentham and the Liberals, 460-letter
to M. Beyle, 460-ditto to Mavrocor-
dato, 461-ditto to Col. Stanhope, 461.
Bentham, his political principles attacked Cabbage palm, the, 180.
by Lord Byron, 460.
Berenger, French Poet, 593.
Biography: Schiller, 16, 149, 259-
George Peele, 61-Burns, 117-Byron,
117, 337, 449-Queen Elizabeth, 122
-Roger Marbeck, 122, notes-Richard
Royston, 285-Archibald Armstrong,
287-Dr. E. D. Clarke, 393-Major-
Gen. Macquarie, 417-W. Hayley, 502
-H. Kirke White, 608.
Biron, Marshal, tragedy, 535.
Blackwood, Reply to, 335.
Blakesmoor in H—shire, 225.
Blindness, case of a boy born blind, 270.
Boisserée's work on Cologne Cathedral,
Bonjour's Mari à bonnes fortunes, 536.
Books, new, 109, 218, 330, 442, 554, 662.
Botany, of the Five Island district, 181,
Botta's History of Italy, 98.
Brazil, St. Salvador, Bahia, 252.
Brisbane river, New South Wales, disco-
very of, 205.
Brown, Dr. his theory of association, 621.
Browne, Sir T., Evelyn's letter to, 489.
Canadas, the, 577, lamentable ignorance
respecting, 578-the attention of our
government required, 579-remarks on
the cultivation of tobacco and hemp,
580-importance of these provinces to
England, 582-emigration to them con-
sidered, 583-fees on grants of land,
584-impolicy of selling grants, 584-
difficulties to be encountered by Emi-
grants, 585. See Emigration.
Cary's translation of Dante, 529.
Catalani, Madame, 85, 202, 203, 539.
Characters: Beau Shatterly, 137 - Sir
Morgan Walladmor, 365-Padre Onora-
to, 414 St. Henry, 466-Captain Jack-
son, 482-Female characters in Wilhelm
Meister, see Wilhelm.
Charles, Prince, his journey into Spain,
477 Sir R. Wynn's account of ditto,
Clarke, Dr. E. D., Life and Remains of,
Clergy, English, our history warped by,
Cochrane, Capt., Pedestrian journey through
Russia and Siberia, 36-his eccentrici-
ties, 37-hardships, 40, 41,
Colonies, infant, the attention to be paid to,
Commonwealth, Godwin's History of, 57.
Commerce, 108, 216, 328, 440, 552, 656.
Constant, Benjamin, remark on a passage
of Lord Byron's, 346-his work de la
Religion, 320, 483-character, &c, 634.
Constantinople, the Fanariotes of, 561-
office of the Bâche-Capi-Kiahaya, 566-
Constitution, the English, 625, 632.
Contrasted Scenes, 308.
Conversations, Lord Byron's, 449.
Cookery of the French, 178.
Crichton, Dr., case of habitual reverie,
Cromwell Oliver, erroneous opinion as to
Drama: Drury-Lane; Munden's Farewell,
89-Covent-Garden; Charles the Second,
My Own Man (Peake), Mr. Kent, Miss
Nesbitt, 90-Haymarket; Come if you
can, Cock of the Walk, 91-Married
and single (Poole), Farren's Beau Shat-
terly, 197-English Opera; Monkey
Island, 198 Der Frieschutz, - 199–
Davis's Amphitheatre; the Battle of
Waterloo, 200-Haymarket; the Al-
caid (Kenny), 312-English Opera; the
Reign of Twelve Hours, 313-Jonathan
in England (Peake), Matthews, 420-
Bashful man (Moncrieff), Haymarket,
421-the Winter and Summer Houses,
Drury-Lane, Haymarket, 534-Covent
Garden; A Woman never Vext, 644-
Drury Lane; Der Freischutz, 647-Mr.
Macready; the Children in the Wood,
Facetia Bibliographica, No. VII. George
Peele, 61-No. VIII. the Banquet of
Jeasts, 285-No. IX. Archee's Banquet,
Falsification of the History of England,
Fanariotes of Constantinople, 561-act as
Drogmans, 561-appointed Hospodars
of Wallachia, 562-influence with the
Turks, 567-their Education, 569—
Women, 570. See Constantinople, and
Fancy, how far possessed by women, 187.
Farren, Mr. on the Madness of Lear, 79-
his Beau Shatterly, 177.
Female Genius, plea for, 53-remarks on,
184, Surrey's Letter, 223 (L. H.) Julius
Cæsar, juniors ditto (L. H.), 333.
Fine Arts, foreign publications on, 97,
Five Islands, New South Wales, excursion
208, 319, 431, 537.
Forest Legends: No. I. The Archer of
Ulvescroft, 44-No. II. Bradgate in
the 17th Century, 599.
Foster, Sir Stephen, 645.
France, society and morals in, 484.
French Cookery, 178-Drama, see Drama
Literature, 99, 206, 318, 430, 535.
Poets, see Poets.
School of Painting, 611-encou
ragement given to, 615. See Painting.
Engraving and Lithography, 616.
Froissart, Buchon's edition of, 207.
Funds, the, 661.
Gifford, Mr. error in his notes on Mas-
Godwin's History of the Commonwealth of
England, 57-his character as a writer,
58-merits of the present work, 59.
Goethe, translation of his Wilhelm Meister
reviewed, 189, 291-his literary charac-
Gout, the Praise of, 91.
Greece, Lord Byron in, 342.
Affairs of, 103, 322, 438, 545,
546, 548. See Public Affairs.
Hall, Capt. Basil, Journal on the coasts of
Chili, &c. 229.
Hamlet, remarks on the Ghost in, 87.
Harrington, Sir John, 122.
Harvest, the, 327, 439.
Hayley, W. Life of, 502-his publications,
503 death of his son, 505-his second
marriage, 506-last illness, 507-do-
mestic habits, 507-personal character,
509-literary ditto, 510.
Hemp, necessity of cultivating, in the Ca-
of England, Fabrication of, 625-
by Hume, 632.
History, foreign publications on, 98, 207,
319, 430, 536.
of the Commonwealth of England,
by Godwin, 57-character of preceding
Kant's idea of a Universal, 385.
Hoaxing, literary, 381.
Hohenlohe, Prince, advice to, 400.
Hume, misstatement of, 632.
Macadamization, 350-dangers of, 447
Macauley, Mrs. 58, 60.
Macquarie, Major-Gen., Governor of New
South Wales, Memoir of, 417.
Madness of Lear, 79.
Man, the actions of the species under the
control of universal natural laws, 385-
destined by nature to be the creator of
his own happiness, 386-requires a
Marbeck, Roger, 122, note.
Mari á bonnes fortunes, comedy by Bon-
Massinger's Fatal Dowry, 239.
Meister, Wilhelm. See Wilhelm.
Melmoth, Manuscripts of, 28.
Memoirs of St. Henry, 465.
Mexico, Hall's Journal, 229.
Bullock's Residence in, 521-San
Miguel de los Ranchos, festival, 525—
Mexican Idol, 526-Montezuma's bath,
Milton, his History of England, 589—
enmity of the Whigs to, 630.
Moses, the finding of, 516.
Music, English, 146-importance of in
female education, 148.
Report of: Rossini, 84-Catalani,
Pasta, Catalani's benefit, 85- Cam-
bridge Musical Festival; Royal Society
of Musicians, 86-Master Liszt, Mr.
Labarre, Concerts, Mr. Cutler's Ora