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THE FIFTH VOLUME.

gress, ib.

A

Fé de Bogota, 9; drives the enemy
ABUSE of words, on the, 186

from Margarita, 10; Bolivar beats
Actor's meditations, 343.

Morillo, 11; is chosen supreme direc-

tor of Venezuela, ib.; beats La Torre,
Agreeability; a country Christmas, 168.
Alaric the Visigoth, the dirge of, 64.

12; takes Calobozo, 13; battle of
Album, the Houndsditch, No. I. 160;

Calobozo, 15; First Columbian con-
No. II. 250 ; No. III. 452.
Aldermen, court of, at Fishmongers'. Bonaparte, his own memoirs, 79; Las
hail, 53.

Cases' Journal relative to,79; remarks
Amalfi, his lines to an hour-glass, 112.

on misrepresentations respecting, 80;

account of Las Cases, 81; Napoleon's
Amethyst, sonnet on, 134.
Amusements of the studious, 49; not

situation at Rochefort, 82; miserable
addicted to literary amusements, ib.

aspect of St. Helena, 87; bad accom-
dancing recommended, 50; music,

modations, ib.; family of Napoleon,
51; the table, 52.

89; his early days, 90; takes Toulon,
Ancients, on the repasts of the, 501.

92; his first campaigns, 93; origin of
Angerstein, Mr. his gallery of pictures,

the charge of Poisoning his soldiers,
71; his Rembrandts, 72; Raising of

94; conversations of, 280; remarks
Lazarus by Piombo, 76; his Claudes,

on Fox, ib.; his ideas of defending
77.

France, 283; his council of state, 284
Annus Mirabilis, or a Parthian glance

his literary criticisms, 288; his con-

duct to a seryant who wished to kill
at 1822, 21.
Ante and post-nuptial journal, 330.

the governor, 547 ; his astonishment
Antiquity and Posterity, 135.

at the English poor-rates,

9; the
April, the first of, 308.

French prisons, 550; the Caliph sys.
Archacon in the Landes, 66; La Teste,

tem of police, 552.
67; chapel of St. Thomas Iliricus, 68;

Bore's box, 416.
miraculous vision, 69.

Bowl of liberty, Greek song of, 337.
Artists, Irish, on, 385 ; character of es-

British Galleries of Art, No. 1.71; II. 97,
tablishment for, in Dublin, ib. 386 ;

III. 290; IV. 345; V. 445; VI,

568.
anecdote or two illustrative of, 387;
management and characteristics of the

с
Dublin Society, 386, 387; projected
academy, 390),

Cabriolets, the new, 492.
Astronomical Alderman, 119.

Campan, Memoirs of Madame, 457.
Avernus, 212,

Campbell, T. lines by,on Adiniral Camp-

bell, 32; Spanish patriot's song by,
B

491; song by, ib.

Canova, the studio of, 28.
Bachelor, letter from a bashful, 54. Cid, Songs of the, No. I. 307; No. II.
Bard's, the, song to his daughter, 139. 376; No. III. 378.
Barry the painter, 338.

Classics and Romantics, on the, 522.
Barry Cornwall's new poems, review of, Colds, coughs, and catarrhal complaints,
383.

359; on mode of treating, ib. 360;
Beautiful in Music, the principles of the, clothing, 361; letter to the physician,
297. 401. 554.

363.
Bembo, sonnet of, 58.

Comus, Milton's, 222.
Bird's release at the grave, the, 532. Constantinople, lines on, 198.
Blenheim, gallery of pictures at, 445. Cornwall, Barry, his new poems, 383,
Blindman's Buff, 46.

Country Christmas, 168.
Bolivar, Simon, sketch of the political Court of Aldermen at Fishmongers'-ball,

career of, 4; his marriage, 5; joins 53.
Miranda, ib., defeats Monteverde, 6;
divests himself of his authority, 7;

D.
defeats the royalists at Bocachica, 8; Daintie Pastorals, 561.
defeated at Araguita, 9; takes Santa | David, 444.
Yol. V, -1833.

78

Death of friends, on the, 205 ; reflec- Gold Goblin, or the Lepreghaun, 230.

tions on, ib.; first sight of, in youth, Graduation day, Edinburgh, 254.

206, 207; of an old friend, 208. Great man of the family, the, 465.
Delavigne, M. Casimir, review of his Greek song, 337.

Nouvelles Messéniennes, 164; es. Grimm's Ghost-uncle and nephew, 38;

tracts from his writings, 165, 166, 167. letter XI. 199; XII. 365.
Dinner Company to let, 150.
Dirge of Alaric the Visigoth, 64.

H
Diver, the, 540.

Hampton Court, gallery of pictures at,
Dramatic travels, 379.

290.
Dreaming, Table Talk, No. VI. 244; Handkerchief, the, 468.

remarks on a passage of Gall's, 244, Harry Haltar the highwayman, 173.
246; whether the soul thinks always, Heaven and Earth, review of Lord By-

247; impressions in dreams, 248. ron's, 363.
Dublin, state of parties in, 261; Mar. Hebe Hoggins, her literary society, 160;

quis Wellesley's early conduct in taking sonnet to a flea, 162; second letter
the government, 262; account of Mr. from, 250; evening, an elegy of, 251,
Blake, his secretary, 262, 263; the third letter from, 452; forgetful
civic banquet, ib.; Mr. Plunket's ap- Cupid, 453 ; the smoky chimney, ib.
pointment to the attorney-generalship, Hour-glass, the, lines to, from Amalfi,
264; the patronage of Ireland as ex. 112.
clusive as ever, ib.—Mr. O'Connel's
letter, 265; Dr. Magee, 266; Sir

I
H. Lees and Mr. Hayes, 267; pre- Invocation, an, 117.
sentation of address, 268, 269; the Irish artists, 385.
marquis's reply, 270; the anger of Italy to Spain, 614.
the Orange faction, 271; trial of the
Orange rioters, 272.

J
Dulwich college, pictures at, 568. James's Park, lyric on, 507.

Jester, the, condemned to death, 469.
E

Joy (Mr. Solicitor-general,) sketch of,
Edinburgh graduation-day, 254.

481; political principles and zeal, 482
Education, 562; ill mode in which

friendship with Saurin, 482 ; defeat
children are generally treated, ib.; of his hopes, 484; cool advocate for
example, 563 ; difficulty of the busi-

the crown against his Orange friends,
ness of education, 565 ; girls' schools, 485 ; his language as an orator, 487;
566.

his irony, 488.
Epigram club, 199.
in Grimm's Ghost, 200 to 204.

K
Eveling, Sir Guy's, dream, 59.

Kosciusko, lines on,

149.
Evening, an elegy, 251.
Exchange no robbery, 190.

L
Expedition to the Polar Sea, Franklin's, Las Cases, review of his Journal, 79.
392.

279. 547.

Last of the O'Neils, 515.
F

Lepreghaun, or gold goblin, 231.
Farewell to the Dead, the, 260.

Letter

to the Editor, I.
Fashion, the philosophy of, 238.

from a bashful bachelor, 54.
Filicaja, sonnet of, 415.

Letters on a tour in Switzerland, 179.
Flower that feels not spring, the, 567.

Library, the, 430.
Forgetful Cupid, 453.

Lines to the memory of admiral Camp-
Fountain, sonnet to a, 553.

bell, 32.
Franklin's expedition, 392; arrival at

London lyrics, 343. 427. 507.
Stromness, 393; at York factory, ib.;

spring, 441.
at Chipewyan, 395 ; hazards and

Long life, rules for attaining, 108; du-
sufferings, 396 to 399; discoveries of

tics of a physician respecting it, ib.;
Lieut. Hood respecting the Aurora, constitution favourable to it, 110; fa-
400.

tigue and rest equally inimical to it, 111.
Friends and Friendship, 321.

Love, the silent language of, 204.
G

M
Gall, (Dr.) 428.

Machiavelli, on the political writings of,
Galleries of Art, British, No. I. 71,-II. 193; his Prince, ib.; this author's

97; II. 290; IV. 345; V. 445; VI. intentions, 194; his character, 195 ;
568.

his subserviency to the Medici, 197.
Giving advice, 476.

Man, the monied, an outline, 42.

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