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The Difference between Mr Burke and the Duke of Bed- Flora's Horologe,

274

ford,

233 Sonnets,

274

Character of Howard the Philanthropist,

234 Recollections of English Scenery,

275

JUNIUS,

234 Miss BLAMIRE,

275

Junius's Celebrated Letter to the King,

238 The Nabob,

275

De LOLME,

241 What Ails this Heart o' Mine,

276

DR ADAN SMITH,

242 Auld Robin Forbes,

DR BENJAMIN FRANKLIN,

243

MRS BARBAULD,

William MBLMOTH,

243 Ode to Spring,

On Thinking,

244 To a Lady, with some Painted Flowers,

On Conversation,

244 Hymn to Content,

William Harris,

245 Washing Day,

JAMES HARRIS,

245 Miss Anna SEWARD,

WILLIAN STUKELEY,

245 The Anniversary,

EDWARD KING,

245 Mrs John HUNTER,

278

Sir William BLACKSTONE,

245 Song—The season comes when first we met),

280

On the Right of Property,

246 Song--10 tuneful voice ! I still deplore),

280

EARL OF CHESTERFIELD,

248 The Death Song, Written for, and Adapted to, an

Definition of Good Breeding,

248 Original Indian Air,

280

SOAME JENYNS,

249 To my Daughter, on being Separated from her on her

DR ADAM FERGUSON,

249

Marriage,

280

LORD MONBODDO,

249

The Lot of Thousands,

280

HORACE WALPOLE,

249 Mrs AMELIA Opie,

278

Politics and Evening Parties, ·

250 The Orphan Boy's Tale,

280

The Scottish Rebellion,

251 Song—(Go, youth beloved, in distant glades),

281

London Earthquakes and London Gossip,

251 Mrs ANNE GRANT,

278

THE EARL OF CHATHAM,

252 On a Sprig of Heath,

281

Speech of Chatham on being taunted on account of The Highland Poor,

281

youth,

253 MRS Mary TIGHE,

278

Speech of Chatham against the employment of Indians From Mrs Tighe's Psyche,'

281

in the War with America,

253 The Lily, .

283

ROBERT BLOOMFIELD,

283

ENCYCLOPÆDIAS AND MAGAZINES.

Turnip-Sowing-Wheat Ripening—Sparrows-Insects-

EPHRAIN CHAMBERS,

255 The Sky-Lark-Reaping, &c.--Harvest Field, 284

DR ABRAHAM REES,

255 Rosy Hannah,

286

DR JOHN CAMPBELL,

255

Lines Addressed to my Children,

286

ROBERT DODSLEY,

255 Description of a Blind Youth,

286

MR EDWARD Cave,

255 Banquet of an English Squire,

287

The Soldier's Home,

287

To his Wife,

288

John LEYDEN,

283

Seventh Períod.

Sonnet on Sabbath Morn,

289

Ode to an Indian Gold Coin,

289

PROM 1780 TILL THE PRESENT TIME. The Mermaid,

290

William GIFFORD,

292

POETB.

The Grave of Anna,

294

WILLIAN Cowper,

257 Greenwich Hill,

294

The Greenland Missionaries,

259 To a Tuft of Early Violets,

295

Rural Sounds,

260 | GEORGE CANNING,

295

The Diversified Character of Creation,

260

The Friend of Humanity and the Knife-Grinder, 295

From Conversation,'

260

Song by Rogero in. The Rovers,

296

On the Receipt of his Mother's Picture,

Lines on the Death of his Eldest son,

296

Voltaire and the Lace-Worker,

262 THOMAS JAMES Mathias,

296

To Mary (Mrs Unwin),

262 Dr John Wolcot,

297

Winter Evening in the Country,

262 Advice to Landscape Painters,

298

Love of Nature,

265 The Pilgrims and the Peas,

298

English Liberty,

265

The Apple Dumplings and a King,

298

A Winter Walk,

266 Whitbread's Brewery Visited by their Majesties, 299

The Diverting History of John Gilpin,

267 Lord Gregory,

300

WILLIAM HAYLEY,

269 May Day,

300

Tribute to a Mother, on her Death,

269

Epigram on Sleep,

301

Inscription on the Tomb of Cowper,

269 To my Candle,

301

On the Tomb of Mrs Unwin,

270 HENRY KIRKE WHITE,

30

Dr Erasmus Darwin,

970 To an Early Primrose,

302

Invocation to the Goddess of Botany,

271 Sonnet– What art thou, Mighty One!)

302

Destruction of Sennacherib's Army by a Pestilen-

The Star of Bethlehem,

302

tial Wind, .

272 A Hymn for Family Worship,

303

The Belgian Lovers and the Plague,

272 The Christiad,

303

Death of Eliza at the Battle of Minden,

272 The Shipwrecked Solitary's Song.—To the Night, 303

Philanthropy-Mr Howard,

273 | JAMES GRAHAME,

303

Song to May,

273 From the Sabbath,

204

Song to Echo,

273 A Spring Sabbath Walk,

306

Mrs CHARLOTTE SMITH,

273

A Summer Sabbath Walk,

306

362

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An Autumn Sabbath Walk,

307 WILLIAM SOTHEBY,

360

A Winter Sabbath Walk,

307 Staffa,

361

A Scottish Country Wedding,

307 Approach of Saul and his Guards against the Philistines, 361

The Impressed Bailor Boy,

308 Song of the Virgins Celebrating the Victory,

361

To my Son,

308 The Winter's Morn,

369

The Thanksgiving off Cape Trafalgar,

308 EDWARD LORD THURLOW,

GEORGE CRABBR,

309 Song to May,

The Parish Workhouse and Apothecary,

311 The Sun-Flower,

362

Isaac Ashford, a Noble Peasant,

312 Sonnets,

Phæbe Dawson,

312

Thomas MOORE,

Dream of the Condemned Felon,

313 Opening Epistle to Lord Strangford,

364

Story of a Betrothed Pair in Humble Life,

313 Literary Advertisement,

364

An English Fen-Gipsies,

314 Song When he who adores Thee, &c.)

305

Gradual Approaches of Age,

315 Song-(I saw from the Beach, &c.)

365

Song of the Crazed Maiden,

315 John HOOK HAM FRERE,

366

Sketches of Autumn,

315

Passages from · Prospectus and Specimen of an Intended

SAMUEL ROGERS,

316 National Work by William and Robert Whistlecraft,'

From the Pleasures of Memory,

316 &c.

366368

From Human Life,

318 From the Romance of the Cid,

368

From the Voyage of Columbus,

319 THOMAS CAMPBELL,

Ginevra,

320 Picture of Domestic Love,

An Italian Song,

320 Battle of Wyoming, and Death of Gertrude,

To the Butterfly,

320

Ye Mariners of England,

Written in the Highlands of Scotland-1912,

320 Hohenlinden,

Pæstum,

321 From the Last Man,

374

TO

821 MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS,

374

A Wish,

322 Durandarte and Belerma,

376

On a Tear,

322 Alonzo the Brave and the Fair Imogine,

377

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH,

322 The Helmsman,

378

Sonnets(London, 1802, &c.),

325 The Hours,

Lines—My heart leaps up when I behold),

326 BIR WALTER SCOTT,

378

Lucy,

326 On the Setting Sun,

378

A Portrait,

326 Description of Melrose Abbey,

Lines Composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey, on Love of Country,

Revisiting the Banks of the Wye,

327 Battle of Flodden,

382

Picture of Christmas Eve,

328 Death of Marmion,

Ruth,

329

Young Lochinvar,

384

To a Highland Girl,

331 Coronach,

385

Laodamia,

331 Pibroch of Donuil Dhu,

385

BANUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE,

333 Time,

395

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,

337 Hymn of the Hebrew Maid,

385

Ode to the Departing Year (1795),

342 Song from the Pirate,

386

Ilymn before Sunrise in the Vale of Chamouni,

343 LORD BYRON,

386

Love,

344 Picture of Modern Greece,

389

Picture of a Dungeon,

344 Image of War,

390

From Frost at Midnight,'

344 Ancien. fireece,

390

Love, Hope, and Patience in Education,

345 Terple of litumnus,

391

Youth and Age,

345 The Gladiator,

391

Rev. WILLIAM Lisle Bowles,

345 Apostrophe to the Ocean,

391

Sonnets-To Time-Winter Evening at Home Hope), 346 An Italian Evening on the Banks of the Brenta,

South American Scenery,

346 Midnight Scene in Rome—the Coliseum,

392

Sun-Dial in a Churchyard,

346 The Shipwreck,

392

The Greenwich Pensioners,

346 Description of Haidee,

393

ROBERT SOUTHEY,

347 Haidee Visits the Shipwrecked Don Juan,

393

The Departed Spirits of Warriors,

348 Haidee and Juan at the Feast,

393

The Widowed Mother,

348

The Death of Haidee,

394

Travellers Entering Padalon, or the Indian Hades, 349 PERCY Bysshe SHELLEY,

395

Scenes from Roderick, or the Last of the Goths,

349 Opening of Queen Mab,

398

WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR,

350 The Cloud,

398

The Maid's Lament,

351 To a Skylark,

399

Sixteen,

351 From The Sensitive Plant,'

400

Conversation between Lords Chatham and Chesterfield, 351 Forest Scenery,

400

EDWIN ATHERSTONE,

352 Stanzas Written in Dejection, near Naples,

402

Eplendour of Sardanapalus's State,

353 Lines to an Indian Air,

The Bower of Nehushta,

353

402

De W. BEATTIE,

354 John Keats,

402

Description of Pompeii,

384 Saturn and Thea,

404

CHARLES LAND,

354 The Lady Madeline at her Devotions,

405

To Hester,

356 Hymn to Pan,

405

The Old Familiar Faces, .

366 Ode to a Nightingale,

406

A Farewell to Tobacco,

356 To Autu

406

Dream-Children-A Reverie,

357 Sonnets,

400

Poor Relations,

Lines-There is a charm in footing slow),

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DR REGINALD HEBER,

407 Power and Gentleness, or the Cataract and the Stream-

Passage of the Red Sea,

408 let,

440

Hymn-Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity,

409 The Solitary Tomb,

440

Missionary Hymn,

409 BRYAN WALTER PROCTER,

441

From Bishop Heber's Journal,

409 Address to the Ocean,

An Evening Walk in Bengal,

410 Marcelia,

CHARLES WOLFE,

410 Night,

449

The Burial of Sir John Moore,

410 The Sleeping Figure of Modena,

442

Song-(Oh say not that my heart is cold),

411 An Invocation to Birds,

449

Song-(If I had thought thou couldst have died), 411 Amelia Wentworth,

442

HERBERT KNOWLES,

411 HENRY HART MILMAN,

446

Lines written in the Churchyard of Richmond, York. Jerusalem before the Siege,

446

shire,

411 Hymn of the Captive Jews,

446

ROBERT POLLOK,

412 Summons of the Destroying Angel to the City of Baby-

Love,

413 lon,

446

Morning,

413 The Fair Recluse,

447

Friendship,

413 The Day of Judgment,

447

Happiness,

414 REV. GEORGE CROLY,

448

Picture of a Miser,

415 Pericles and Aspasia,

448

JAMES MONTGOMERY,

415 The French Army in Russia,

448

Greenland,

416 To the Memory of a Lady,

449

Night,

417 LETITIA ELIZABETH LANDON,

449

Picture of a Poetical Enthusiast,

417 Change,

449

The Pelican Island,

418 Crescentius,

450

The Recluse,

418 The Grasp of the Dead,

The Grave,

418

From the Improvisatrice,

450

The Field of the World,

Last Verses of L. E. L.,

451

Aspirations of Youth,

419 JOANNA BAILLIE,

451

The Common Lot,

420 The Kitten,

451

Prayer, .

420 Address to Miss Agnes Baillie on her Birthday, 4521

Home,

420 WILLIAM Knox,

THE Hox. WILLIAM ROBERT SPENCER,

420 Opening of the Songs of Israel,

453

Beth Gelert, or the Grave of the Greyhound,

421 Conclusion of the Songs of Israel,

454

Wife, Children, and Friends,

421

Dirge of Rachel,

454

422 A Virtuous Woman,

454

Epitaph upon the Year 1806,

422 THOMAS PRINGLE, .

454

Stanzas-Too late I strayed-forgive the crime), 422 Afar in the Desert,

454

LEIGN HUNT,

422 ROBERT MONTGOMERY,

455

May Morning at Ravenna,

423 Description of a Maniac,

455

Funeral of the Lovers in Rimini,'

424 The Starry Heavens,

To T. L. H., Six Years Old, During a Sickness,

424 Picture of War,

456

Dirge,

424

Lost Feelings,

556

To the Grasshopper and the Cricket,

424 WILLIAM HERBERT,

456

The Celebrated Canzone of Petrarch-Chiare, fresche, Description of a Northern Spring,

456

e dolce acque,

425 Musings on Eternity,

456

JOHN CLARE,

425 EBENEZER ELLIOTT,

457

What is Life?

427 To the Bramble Flower,

457

Summer Morning,

427 The Excursion,

457

Sonnets(The Primrose - The Thrush's Nest),

427 Pictures of Native Genius,

458

First-Love's Recollections,

427 A postrophe to Futurity, .

459

Dawnings of Genius,

428 A Poet's Prayer,

459

Scenes and Musings of the Peasant Poet,

428 Mrs Norton,

JAMES AND HORACE SMITH,

429 To the Duchess of Sutherland,

459

The Theatre.-By the Rev. G. C. (Crabbe),

431 Lines from The Winter's Walk,'

The Baby's Debut.-By W. W. (Wordsworth),

431 Picture of Twilight,

A Tale of Drury Lane.-By W. S. [Scott],

432 The Mother's Heart,

460

The Upas in Marybone Lane,

433 Mrs SOUTHEY,

Address to the Mummy in Belzoni's Exhibition,

433 The Pauper's Deathbed,

461

Jour Wilson,

434 Mariner's Hymn,

461

A Home among the Mountains,

434 ELIZABETH B. BARRETT,

461

A Sleeping Child,

435 Cowper's Grave,

461

Address to a Wild Deer,

435 MARY HOWITT,

Lines Written in a Lonely Burial Ground in the High-

Studies Pursued by a Married Pair,

lands,

435 Mountain Children,

The Shipwreck,

436 The Fairies of the Caldon-Low-A Midsummer Legend, 463

Mrs HEMANS,

437 The Monkey,

463

The Voice of Spring,

438 THOMAS HOOD,

464

The Homes of England,
438 From Lament for the Decline of Chivalry,'

464

The Graves of a Household,

439 From Ode to the Moon,'

465

The Treasures of the Deep,

439 A Parental Ode to my Son, aged Three Years and Five

BERNARD BARTON,

439

Months,

465

To the Evening Primrose,

440 ALFRED TENNYSON,

Atanzas on the Sea,

440 From The Dying Swan,'

466

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From New Year's Eve,'

466 To a Mountain Daisy,

From Legend of the Lady Godiva,

466 On Captain Matthew Henderson,

485

From The Talking Oak,'

466 Songs,Macpherson's Farewell,

485

From Poem of Saint Simeon Stylites,'

467

Menie,

From the . Lotos Eaters,'

468

Ae Fond Kiss,

THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY,

468

My Bonnie Mary,

486

The Desolation of the Cities whose Warriors have

Mary Morrison,

486

marched against Rome,

468

Bruce's Address,

486

The War of the League,

470 ALEXANDER WILSON,

486

TROMAS Haynes BAYLY,

471 Account of the Bald Eagle,

487

Verses Addressed to his Wife,

471 Trait of Simplicity and Nature,

487

Think not of the Future, .

A Village Scold Surprising her Husband in an Ale-

HARTLEY COLERIDGE,

471 house,

487

Sonnet- (What was't awakened first the untried A Pedlar's Story,

ear),

471 HECTOR MACNEILL,

488

Sonnet on Shakspeare,

472 Extracts from Scotland's Skaith,

488

Sonnets to a friend,

Mary of Castle-Cary,

490

To Certain Golden Fishes,

ROBERT TANNAHILL,

490

JOHN STERLING,

472 The Filial Vow,

490

Joan of Arc,

The Braes o' Balquhither,

491

W. MONCKTON MILNES,

The Braes o' Gleniffer,

491

The Men of old,

The Flower o' Dumblane,

491

The Long-Ago,

Gloomy Winter's now Awa,

492

CHARLES MACKAY,

472 RICHARD Gall,

492

The Autumn Leaf,

474 My only Jo and Dearie 0,

492

The Parting of Lovers,

474 Farewell to Ayrshire,

492

N. T. CARRINGTON,

473 John MAYNE,

492

The Pixies of Devon,

474 Logan Braes,

493

D. M. Mora,

473 Helen of Kirkconnel,

493

Langsyne,

475 To the River Nith,

493

Casa Wappy,

475 Mustering of the Trades to Shoot for the Siller Gun, 493

MAJOR CALDER CAMPBELL,

473 SIR ALEXANDER BOSWELL,

494

ALARIC A. WATTS,

Jenny Dang the Weaver,

494

Ten Years Ago,

Jenny's Bawbee,

495

WILLIAX KENNEDY,

Good Night, and Joy be wi' ye a',

495

THOMAS AIRD,

The High Street of Edinburgh,

495

My Mother's Grave,

JAMES Hogo,

496

CHABLES SWAIN,

Bonny Kilmeny,

497

The Death of the Warrior King,

477 To the Comet of 1811,

498

T. K. HERVEY,

473 When the Kye comes Hame,

498

The Convict Ship,

The Skylark,

493

Joxx MALCOLM,

ALLAN CUNNINGHAM,

499

Eliza Cook,

The Young Maxwell,

500

LADY EMMELINE WORTLEY,

Hame, Hame, Hame,

500

Mrs HENRY COLERIDGE,

473 Fragment,

500

MES BROOKE,

She's Gane to Dwall in Heaven,

500

W. BECKFORD,

A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea,

501

Prayer,

478 My Nanie 0,

501

WALTER PATERSOX,

478 The Poet's Bridal-Day Song,

501

Sonnet Written on the Burial-ground of his Ances. WILLIAM TENNANT,

501

tors,

478 Selections from ' Anster Fair,'

John Wilsos CROKER,

479 WILLIAM MOTHERWELL,

503

Ode on the Duke of Wellington, 1814,

Jeanie Morrison,

503

HENRY LUTTREL,

The Midnight Wind,

504

The November Fog of London,

Sword Chant of Thorstein Raudi,

504

Rev. H. F. Cary,

Robert NicoLL,

505

WILLIAM SOTHEBY,

We are Brethren a',

505

Mr MITCHELL,

Thoughts of Heaven,

305

LORD STRANGFORD,

Death,

506

DR JOHN BOWRING,

479 MR RODGER,

5116

J. H. WIFFEN,

479 MR BALLANTYNE,

506

BTEWART Rose,

479 MR VEDDER,

506

506

LORD FRANCIS EGERTON,

479 | MR GRAY,

MR BLACKIE,

479 ROBERT GILFILLAN,

806

479

The Exile's Song,

J. G. LOCKHART,

506

In the Days o' Langayno,

506

THOMAS CUNNINGHAM,

SCOTTISH POETS.

The Hills o' Gallowa',

506

WILLIAM LAIDLAW,

507

ROBERT BURNS,

479 Lucy's Flittin',

507

Coila's Address,

482 WILLIAM NICHOLSON,

Letter to Mrs Dunlop,

483 The Brownie of Blednoch,

507

From Burns's Epistles,

484 Joseph TRAIN,

508

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Song-(Wi' drums and pipes the clachan rang),

508 MRS INCHBALD,

653

JAMES HISLOP,

508 CHARLOTTE SMITH,

554

The Cameronian's Dream,

508 ANN RADCLIFFE,

554

English Travellers Visit a Neapolitan Church,

555

DRAMATISTS

Description of the Castle of Udolpho,

557

ROBERT JEPHSON,

510 Hardwick, in Derbyshire,

557

MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS,

511 An Italian Landscape,

558

JOANNA BAILLIE,

511 MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS,

558

Scene from De Montfort,

511 Scene of Conjuration by the Wandering Jew,

558

Female Picture of a Country Life,

513 MRS AMELIA OPIE,

560

Fears of Imagination,

513 WILLIAM GODWIN,

660

Speech of Prince Edward in his Dungeon,

513 Concluding Soene of Caleb Williams,

683

Description of Jane de Montfort,

513 St Leon's Escape from the Auto de Fe,

566

WILLIAN GODWIN,

514 ANNA MARIA PORTER,

588

WILLIAM SOTHEBY,

514 Miss JANE PORTER,

588

8. T. COLERIDGE,

514 Miss EDGEWORTH,

568

Scene from. Remorse,'

514 Miss AUSTEN,

Rev. CHARLES Robert MATURIN,

516 MRS BRUNTON,

Scene from Bertram,'

516 Final Escape of Laura,

RICHARD LALOR SHEIL,

517 MRS HAMILTON,

575

Description of Female Beauty,

517 Picture of Glenburnie, and View of a Scotch Cottage in

JOHN HOWARD PAYNE,

517 the Last Century,

575

B. W. PROCTER,

517 HANNAH MORE,

578

Passage from Mirandola,'

517

First interview with Dr Johnson,

578

JAMES HAYNES,

517 Death of Garrick,

579

Passage from. Conscience, or the Bridal Night, 517 LADY MORGAN,

580

JAMES SHERIDAN KNOWLES,

518 MRS SHELLEY,

581

Scene from Virginius,'

518 Extracts from Frankenstein,'

582

From The Wife, a Tale of Mantua,'

520 Love,

584

THOMAS LOVELL BEDDOES,

521 Rev. CHARLES ROBERT MATURIN,

584

Passages from The Bride's Tragedy,"

521 A Lady's Chamber in the Thirteenth Century,

585

Miss MITFORD,

521 SIR WALTER SCOTT,

585

SIR EDWARD LYTTON BULWER,

521

JOHN Galt,

589

Thomas Noon TALFOURD,

521

Placing of Mr Balwhidder as Minister of Dalmailing, 591

Delineation of the Character of Ion,

522 THOMAS Hope,

592

Extracts from Ion,'

522 Death of Alexis, from · Anastasius,'

593

HENRY TAYLOR,

524 WASHINGTON IRVING,

594

J. BROWNING,

524 Manners in New York in the Dutch Times,

595

LEIGH HUNT,

524 A Rainy Sunday in an Inn,

596

WILLIAM SMITH,

524 John Gibson LOCKHART,

597

Passage from · Athelwold,"

524 Athanasia in Prison, from Valerius,'

598

GEORGE COLMAN,

524 Description of an Ancient English Mansion, from Re-

Scene from the Heir at Law,'

525 ginald Dalton,'

599

From The Poor Gentleman,'

527 Proressor Wilson,

600

The Newcastle Apothecary,

530 Removal of the Lyndsays,

600

Lodgings for Single Gentlemen,

530 MRS JOHNSTONE,

Mrs ELIZABETH INCH BALD,

531 Bir Thomas DICK LAUDER,

THOMAS HOLCROFT,

531 THOMAS HAMILTON,

601

JOAN TOBIN,

632 MR MOIR,

601

Passage from the ‘Honeymoon,'

532 DR JAMES Hook,

601

John O'KEEFE,

532 ANDREW PICKEN,

601

FREDERICK REYNOLDS,

532 Miss FERRIER,

602

Tuomas MORTON,

533 Mrs Violet Macshake visited by her grand-nephew,

Mr Douglas,

2013

NOVELISTS

JAMES MORIER,

604

606

FRANCES BURNEY (Madame D'Arblay),

535 JAMES BAILIE FRASER,

A Game of Highway Robbery,

536

606

Meeting of Two Warriors in the Desert,

607

Miss Burney explains to King George III. the circum-

The Kuzzilbash's Return to his Native Village,

stances attending the composition of Evelina,' 538

THEODORE EDWARD HOOK,

607

SARAH HARRIET BURNEY,

539

THOMAS COLLEY GRATTAX,

608

WILLIAM BECKFORD,

539

T. H. LISTER,

London at Sunrise,

609

Description of the Caliph Vathek and his Magnificent

609

Palaces, :

541 MARQUIS OF NORMANBY,

542 LADY CAROLINE LAMB,

609

The Hall of Eblis,

RICHARD CUMBERLAND,

545 LADY DACRE,

609

THOMAS HOLCROFT,

546 COUNTESS OF MORLEY, .

610

Gaffer Gray,

546 LADY CHARLOTTE BURY,

610

ROBERT BAGE,

546 R. PLUMER WARD,

610

SOPHIA AND HARRIET LEE,

547

Conversation between Wentworth (Canning), Sir George

Introduction to the Canterbury Tales,

547 Deloraine, and Dr Herbert, from De Vere,'

610

DR JOHN MOORE,

549

BENJAMIN D'ISRAELI,

611

Dispute and Duel between the Two Scotch Servants in

Mrs TROLLOPE,

611

Italy,

610

551

JOHN BANIM,

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