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Punch bought by a Lord - 385
Logic; or the Art of Reason Preachers, Moderó

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ing - - - - 11
Letters, the Ancient State of Quotations from other Writers 87
them in England -

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Lisbon, as it was

Reform
Louis VIII. of France
Libels -

- 307 Scott's Alarmion
Love in many Masks - 316 Spain -
Lope de Vega ..

- 394 Singularity of Manners 225
Literary Intelligence, 64, 144, 212 || Superstition and Dreams

288, 360, 432 || Strozzi, Mareschal .
Literary Education of Women 376 | Spaniards and Portuguese 23
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- 333
Melange-No. XI, Utility of Surnames, Ancient and Mo-

Physicians - - - 31 || dern . - • 368
Dialogue between an Irish
Inkeeper and an English- Theoretic Speculation - 109
man -

°. 32 | Traveller, the, an Oriental
Music, Cathedral and Paro- Apologue' - -
chial

Turks and Greeks, their Cha-
- its effets on Animals - 100 || racter - - - 315
Modern Athenians . - 150 Theatrical Insolence - 388
Medina Celi, Duke of 152 || Theory against Fact . . 389
Military Hints .:. • 156

Verue, Johanna Baptista 18:.
Nell Gwynn - 382 Villaçerfe, Madame . 84

Vielleville (M. de) . · 386
Ossian

- 172
Our Saviour, bis Character 221 Weather, the . . . 14
Olivarez, Count. - - 323 | Whitfield, Mr. - - 175
Old Nick

Wife, her Expenses how to be
P
regulated

i. - 223
Profession, Advantages of hav 1 , her Employment for-
ing one - - - 153 | merly -

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- 299
Philip II. of Spain

- 322 | Wealth and Rank - - 305
Proverb (an Old) - - 392 || Woodward, the Comedian 386

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REVIEW OF BOOKS.

Blind Boy, a Melo-drama - 197 || Frend's Evening Amusement 48
Bethani's (Matilda) Poems - 262 || Father's Advice to his Son at

School • - -. - 183
Cecil's Memoirs of the Rev.
John Newton

- 112

Gilchrist's Examination of the
Cooke's Conversation - - 117 Charges of Ben Jonson's
Corrie's Letters on Coffee - 117 Enmity towards Shakspeare
Clarkson's History of the
Abolition of the Siave Trade 325
D

|| Harriott's Struggles through .
Du Bois's Edition of Francis's Life, continued
Horace -

. . . 107 11

177

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ll Smith's (I. H.) Authentic
Ingram's Causes of the In-

Narrative of the Causes
crease of Methodism, &c. 116 which led to the Death of

Major André - - 39
Kemble's (C.) Plot and Coun Smith (E.) Legendary Tales 48
terplot - - - - 187 || Savory's Poetical Tales - 336

Shoberl's Translation of Mei-
Mayne's Siller Gun, a Poem 183 ner's History of the Female
Macdiarmid's Lives of British

Sex

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- 393
· Statesmen

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- 330 | Smith's (Mary) Observations
.

on Seduction and Prostitu-
Old Nick's Pocket Book . 259 tion

m . - 396
Pratt's Contrast (a Poem) - 399 Tomkins's Rays of Genius - 116
Parsons's Travelling Recrea Turnor's Collections for the

tions - - - - 111 History of Grantham - 253
Porter's (Jane) Aphorisms of Trial of Major Campbell, for
Sir Philip Sidney - - 263 the Murder of Capt. Boyd 333

Trefusis's, (Miss) Poems and
Reasons for not believing Hugh

Tales
. -

- 396
Boyd to be the Author of
Junius - - - - 264 || Works of the late General

Burgoyne - - - 335
Scott's Marmion, continued - 33

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Anacreontic - .. • 134 Lines to

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Alla Spagua, &c. . - 204 | to Miss S. Morgan - 203
Address spoken by Mr. Jones Laura

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at Manchester - 285 | Lying Dick - - - 131
-- occasioned by Sir Ar-
thur Wellesley's Victory, Ode (Latin, with Translation)
spoken by Mrs. Litchfield to Mrs. Merry - - 210
at Worthing - - 286

Prologue to the Mysterious .
Battle of Baylen, by W. Carey, Bride
Esq. - - - 349

Quatorzain, written in Rich-
Canzonet . .

mond Park - 274

- to Miss S. Morgan 352
Doubt (The) cleared up -

by J. G.

- 422

to Horatius - 494
Farewell Address, by Mad, Sonnets - 133, 135, 351, 352
Storace, on quitting the

- to Horatius

- 129
Stage . .

- written in Richmond
.
Park

. 135
Impromptu on hearing of the

to Horatio *****. - 202
Convention at Cintra - 274

to A B. - - 203
Interrogations, (doublful,) re-

to my Lyre

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Sonnet to the Moon - - 424 || Song, by W. Parsons, Esq. - 111
Stanzas on the Marriage of W.

C. Richardson, Esq. - 202 || The Transmutation; a Vision 421
- , by W. Savory

- 275 || Von Schlemner and Pot Luck 132.

336

Song

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277

DRAMA.

|| First Come first Served - 209
Africans, by Mr. Colman - 206 || Fortune Teller -

355

Forest of Hermanstadt - 356
Barry, Spranger .

345
Fletcher, John .

401
Bellamy, Mrs. .

137
Booth (Barton) :

413 German Theatre, some AC-
Beaumont (Francis)

- 401 count of - - - - 124

Garrick and Macklin, Anec-
Country Theatres.

dotes of - - - 269
Edinburgh

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Glasgow - - 62, 142, 358 Home, Mr. Author of Dou-
Bath . . . . 63, 358 glas, Account of him - 270
Richmond

Hamlet, Note on a Passage in
Manchester

1, 284 this Play - - - 273
Brighton • • 142, 357
Worthing

- - 142, 256 London Theatres.
Sunderland

149 Drury-Lane • 57, 277, 354, 425
Dublin - - - 284, 430 Covent Garden - · 59, 277
Weymouth

285 Haymarket - 61, 136, 206, 277
Shrewsbury - - - 358 King's Theatre (Covent-Gar-
Corri, Mrs.

den Company). - 356, 428
Cooke, Mr. - - 63

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Catalani, Madame - - 287 Macklin, Anecdotes of him - 191
Congreve - - - 192 Measure for Measure, Story.
Covent-Garden, its Destrục-- of it -

- 265
Mysterious Bride ..

Mattocks, Mrs. her Retire-
Theatre - - - -

ment from the Stage - - 60

May, Mr. . . . 138
Dramatic Performances, Re Mudie, Mrs. - - - 355

flection on -
Drama, Lady Carlisle

OʻKeeffe's Plays - - 201
nion of it - - - - 123 | Orger, Mrs.

- 355
Dryden (Johu) -

Otway (Thomas)
Essays on Literature and Passions, their Expression - 122
manity-No. IV.Remarks on Play-House -

267
the Drama - - - 49 Plays, Sir Matthew Hale
Epilogues (bumourous) after

Opinion of them . - 273
Tragedies - - - 343 Patrick in Prussia - - 342
F.

| Portrait of Cervantes, (C. G.) 61
Foote, Original Character of Plot and Counterplot • 137

him, by Mr. Gahagan - 118
Fatal Curiosity . . - 138 | Quakers, and the Stage - 123

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Racine and Corneille, com Steele (Sir Richard)

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a pared - - - - 190
VRichard III. Exculpation of Theatrical Intelligence, '- 62, 141
him from the Charges

284, 357
brought against him by the

, Confla-
Historians, and followed grations - - . 233.
by Shakspeare . - 337 Three and the Deuce - - 354'.

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Sheridan, sen. Thomas - ., 52 || Warren, Mrs. formerly Miss
✓ Shakspeare's Common Place Brunton -

- 199, 210
Book - - - - 193 || Woffington, Mrs. -

- 415
Spanish Theatricals . - 359 Wilks, the celebrated Actor 413
Storace, Madame, her Retire-, Wycherly (William) - 410

ment from the Stage -
Scriven, Mr. .

| Yes or No ? - - - - 273

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DIRECTIONS FOR PLACING THE PLĄTES.
Mr. Elliston, Mr. Morton, Mr. Reeve, Mrs. Opie, Mr. Hoare,
ti Mr. Quick, Mr. Hayley, Mr. Cooke, Mrs. Hartley, Mr. Suett,

Mr. Emery, Mr. Fawcett, Mrs. Dickops, Mr. Kemble (in Penrad-
dock), Sir John Carr, Mr. Wilkie, Mr. Macklin, Mr. Northcote,
and Mr. Reynolds, opposite their respective Memoirs in Vols. I.
II. III.

Mr. Kemble, in Richard III. to face p. 365, Vol. III. v

Mrs. Woffington, Beaumont, Fletcher, Woodward Nell Gwyn,
Wilks, Boothy Otway, Ben Jonson, Congreve, Şteele, Dryden,
Wycherly, Addison : in the present Number for December,
Vol. iv.

For the Plays.
Macbeth. Betterton, to face page 9. Henderson, p. 12. Mrs. Prit-

chard, p. 14.
Comus. Milton, to face the Title-page. Quin, to face page 87.

Miss Catley, p. 89.
Provok'd Husband. Mrs. Oldfield, to face page 3? Colley Cibber,

page iii. Vanbnrgh, page vii.
Isabella. Southern, to face the Title-page, v

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