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LITERARY INTELLIGENCE. Works recently published, in the press, or in preparation. Biography. - Memoirs of Mr. Pitt, by Henry Cleland, Esy; of Isaac Pennington, by J. G. Bevan; of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, with her Poems, Essays, &c. by the Rev. M. Pennington.-Life of Charlemagne, by Mr. Card; of the Historian Thuanus, by the Rev. Mr. Collinson.-Mernoirs of John Lord de Joinville, Grand Seneschal of Champagne, with a History of part of the Life of Louis IX. of France, by T. Johnes, Esq. M. P.

History.—The Chronicles, of Holinshed.-History of the Anglo-Saxons, by Sharon Turner, F. S. A.-Ca. ledonia, or an Account of North Britain, by G. Chalmers, F. R. s. & s. A.- A new Edition of the Harleian Miscellany, with additions, by T, Park, F. S. A.

TRAVELS, &c.- Journal of a Tour through Ireland, in 1801, by Sir R. C. Hoare, Bart.--Tour through Holland, along the right and left Banks of the Rhine, to Darmstadt, in the Summer and Autumn of 1806, by Sir John Carr.

ROMANCES, &c.—Henry Hooka, by Mr. C. Dibdin. The Hungarian Brothers, by Anna Maria Porter. –The Libertine, by Rosa Matilda.

POETRY.-Poems by Miss Bower.- Poetical Works of Sir W. Jones.- Bishop Corbet's Poems, by O. Gilchrist, F. s. A. Poens by W. Wordsworth, Author of Lyrical Ballads.- The Triumphs of Petrarch, by the Rev. Henry Boyd. - A Classical Collection of Sonnets, under the title of Laurana, by Capel Lofft, Esq.,

DRAMATIC.-Caitiff of Corsica an historical draina Mr. Morton's Town and Country-Mr. Cherry's Peter the Great -- Mr. Lambe's Whistle for it--Mr. Dimond's Young Hussar-A Fac-simile of the first folio of Shaka speare. * Fine ARTS.---Lord Orford's Royal and Noble Authors, augmented and continued to the present period, by T. Park, F.S.A. with 150 Portraits,

MISCELLANIES.- The Bath and West of England Magazine; which commenced on the 15th of June, and is to be published on the 15th of each following month-Dia logues on various subjects, by the late W. Gilpin, A.M. -Sir W. Jones's Works, by Lord Teignmouth-Mrs. Chapone's posthumous works, with her life and cha racter-Lounger's Common-place Book, Vol. IV.Essay on the authenticity of the poems of Ossian, with a refutation of Malcolm Laing, by Patrick Graham, D.D. Minister of Aberfoyle.

INDEX

TO THE

FIRST VOLUM E.

MISCELLANY.

Acts of Insolvency . - - 34 Cabinet, The Change in it 103
Advice (a few Words of) to Cards, their influence -:233

the Conductor of the Ca Coronation Oath - - - - 169
binet . - - - - - - 32

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Affecting Incident - - - - 252
Arts—The, No. I. Their pre-

Design, its origin - - - - 320

Dying words of Elizabeth
sent State in this Coun-

Wellington · · · · · 225
try - - - - - - - 29
No. II. Stothard's Chaucer 90
Foreign Masters ... 97 Edward and Mary, a domes-
Hoare's Artist - 99-179-250 tic Story - - - - - - 13
No. UI. Mr. Barry • - - 171 | Emigration to America - - 323
Westall's picture from English fireside - - - - 256

Shaw's ode. - - - - 180 Entomology - - - . 166-311
No. IV. The English En-

gravers. Royal Academy
1807 - - - - - 241-237 |

Fools and Jesters - - - - 99
No.V. English Engravers 297
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Handel's Messiah - - - - 88
Beloe's, Mr. Account of his

Human Misery - - - - - 164
dismissal froin the British

Museum - - - - - - 107 Jesting on serious occasions 394
Biography-R. W. Elliston,

Irish Music - - - - - - 209
Esq. - - - - - - 1

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T. Morton, Esq. - - · 73
W. Reeve, Esq. - - - 145

Kotzebue a Plagiarist - - - 321
J. Opie, Esq R. A. . . 147
Mrs. Opie .• - - 217 | Law aud Equity - - - - 160
Prince Hoare, Esq. • • 289 | Literary Intelligence 288-300

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R.
Marguerite de Valois - - 75 | Rantzau, Marshal .. . 5
Maternal Love'. - - - 168 || Reading Poetry, and espe-
Melange-No. 1. Importance of cially the Poetry of Milton.
Geography illustrated.

Suggestions tbereon by E.
Battle of Fontenoy.-

H. Seymour, Esq. . - 9-81
Charles XII. - . 7 Representatives and Consti-
No. II. Precious Relics.

tuents . - - - - - - 219
Queen Elizabeth. Judge Retrospection - ... - 302
Forster. Lord Thurlow

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and Mr. Pitt - - - - 158

Sallust's merits as an histo-
No. III. Princess of Bruns-

rian - - - - - - - 326
wick. Punning Sermon.

Simple Story - - ... 85
Domestic happiness. Ca-

Stanhope, Earl (Geo. I.) • 294
liph Mohammed Emir 223
No. IV. Hough Bishop of

Stenography :-:: 220

Stradello, "Alesandro (the
Worcester. The Bra-

musician) • - - • • 25
vado a coward - - - 296
Mitchell, Andrew - - - 321

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Molé, M. President. - - 80 Timely Intercession - . • 78

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Newspaper, its Pleasures, • 157

Understanding, recollections
New Zealander, story of one 337

of a Lecture thereoy by

Rev. Sidney Smith - -. 17
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Passions, the Errors occa-

sioned by them . ... 162 || Welsh Tradition of the tenth
Patriotism, an Essay - - 305

Century- - - - - - 313
Personal Identity - - - - 23

Westminster Hall . . . . 167
Poverty and Indigence distin. .

Woman, a Short Disserta-
guished from each other - 261 ||

tion on • - - • - - 300
Preface . - - - - - - .- iv
Prior, the poet · · · - 235 | York, the Chancellor, his
Privy Counsellor's Oath - 170 || Suicide - - - - - - 103
Prospectus - - - - - . ill.

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REVIEW OF BOOKS,

|| Burn's, Col. Christian Officer's
Aikin's (Dr.) Geographical Complete Armour - - 110

Delineations - - - - 42 || Byerly's Love's Lyrics - - 331
All the Talents . . . . . 259
All the Blocks ! - . . . ib.

Carr's (Sir J.) Stranger in
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Ireland - - - - - - 181
Beatty's Authentic Narrative

Colquhoun's Treatise on In-
of the Death of Lord

digence - - - - - - 260
Nelson - - - - - - 49
Beloe's Anecdotes of Litera-

ture - - - - - - - 107 Defence of the Slave Trade 264
Beresford's Miseries of hu-
man Life - - - - - 192

Epitome of Scripture His-
Brand's Art of Stenography - 333 |

tory - - - - - - - 263
Britton's Historical Account

of Corsham House - - - 114
Brown's Union Gazetteer . 116 I. Grahame's Birds of Scotland 43

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|| Pratt's Sympathy, and other
Hassel's Beauties of An-

Poems . . . . . . - 330
tiquity - - - - - - - 190 || Pye's Comments on the Com-
Hogg's Mountain Bard · · 332 mentators of Shakspeare - 329
Hutchinsou's Memoirs of

Colonel Hutchinson · · 48 Quin's Catholic Vindieation : 118 ·

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Jansen's Stranger in America 322 Rising Sun . . . • • 187

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Kotzebue's Novelettes · - 251 Savage's Account of New

Zealand ...:•: 327

Sim's Poetical Works of
Lee's (Mrs.) Vindication of

Mickle . . . . . . - 117
her conduct - - - - - 50

Socrates, a Dramatic Poem 195
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Stephen's Dangers of the
Master's Progress of Love,

Country - - - - - - 192
a poem - - - - - - 188 || Stranger in England

- 255
Meyler's Poetical Amuse Struther's Peasant's Death - 114

ment - - - - - - - 50 | Stultifera Navis - - - - 260
Murphy's Sallust - - - - 325 Symmons's Life of Milton '. 35
My Pocket Book - - . - 184

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Tobin's Curfew'. - . . . 262
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Turf House, a Poem - - 185
Pleasures of Human Life - 112
Poetical Register for 1805. - 111
Politics of the Georgium, Valpy's (Dr.) Elements of

Sidus - - - - - - - 331 | Greek Grammar - - - 51

REVIEW OF MUSIC.

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Barthelemon's “ Poor Stolen INTRODUCTION .... 53

Mary”. - - - - - - 121
Birch's“ Lucinda and Henry”121 | Kemp's Vocal Magazine, No.

I. 120. No, II. 197. No.
Callcott's (Dr.) “Garvan; ” II. 265. No. IV. • . 334

a Glee - - - - - - - 335 || Knyvett's “ Beggars" bu · 266
Clarke's (Dr.) “Born in yon

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blaze”. - - - - - - 265 Latour's New Overture • • 120
Crotch's (Dr.) Prelude and

- Overture, No. 15. 198
Air - - - - - - - - 265

- Recreations, Nos. 5

and 6. - • - - - - - ib
Dibdin's Passions - - - - 121

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Purday's “ Damask Rose” 121

Pettet's Air, with variations 334,
Ferrari's Scene .. - - - 333

- “ More then farewell” ib.
Fish's “ Maid of Marlivale" 265

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Ross's “O row thee” a Scot-
Hague’s (Dr.)“Haydn's Sym-

tish Ballad .... . - 55
phonies" - - - - - - 122 “We'll meet beside” do. ib.
Hering's Three Sonatas . - 197 || "Accept a heart” a rondo ib.
penger -Six Divertimentos 204 11 " To thy rocks” a ballad 56

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Stafford Smith's Glee, « Se-

cure by George's care” - 54
Stevenson's (Sir J.) “ Broken
Cake " a Glee . . . . 119

"To Julia weeping"
a Canzonet - - - - ib.
"If I swear” do. . ib.

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Terrail's “ Pretty Susan" - 198
Taylor's “ While the sweet” 334

Von Esch's Aria et Rondo,
pour le piano - - - - 56

Marche Sicilienne - ib.
-Petite fantaisie - - 120
-Recreation • · - 198

Worgan's Rouge et Noir - 196

Monthly Minstrelsy 197
-do. Nos. 2 and 3 204

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POETRY.

, Invocation to sleep • • • 51
Address to Health - - - - 276

Lines on seeing a lovely in-
Bonnets o' Bonny Dundee - 332 fant sleeping on the bo-

som of its mother - - - 66

on a beautiful young
Canzonet . . . . . . 211

Lady appearing at the Ex-
Complaint of Corsica . . . 111

hibition - - - - - 140
Crimora and Connal . . . 140 | Love. its rise and progress - 190

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Dirge on the Death of the Ode to Patience - - - - 349
beautiful Maria Linley · 65

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Sappho's Death . . . . 190
Impromptu Translation of Sonnet to a worn-out pen · 277
Lines under a French

in Retirement - - 349
Statue of Niobe - - - - 348 ll from Petrarch - • . 349

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THE DRAMA.

11 Anecdote of the Mayor · 287
Adelgitha, Tragedy, by M. ll Of a Norwich actor at his

G. Lewis - - - - - - 279 || benefit - - - - - - ib.
Arbitration, a farce by Mr.

Worthing - - - - - - 358
Reynolds - - - - - - 70 Catalani, Madame · - 72-144
Assignation, a Comedy by Cobbett, his falshoods with

Miss Lee - - - . - - 68 respect to the actors, and
Authors' Benefits, their origin 341 Mr. Sheridan's family, re-

futed - - - - - - - 57
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Cooke, Mr. Critique on him
Berry, Mr. - . . - - 143

by a German - - - - - 258
Blanchard, Mr. ... 138

His Soliloquy on playing

Prospero - - - - - 284
Country Theatres.

Curfew, by Mr. Tobin - - 123
Introductory Remarks - - 70

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Edinburgh'. 71-142-285 358 || Day in London, by Mr.
Glasgow . - . 144-236-358 Cherry - i. - - - - - 21%
Liverpool - ... - - - 357 || Deserts of Arabia, by Mr.
Norwich . . . . 215-286 || Reynolds · - · · 70

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