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Dryden's prefaces applauded 120 Index-reading, its advantages

164
Dublin, its population stated 108 Individual pursuit, uses of it 176
Earthquakes, last in Naples de Inland navigation, present state of
scribed
138 English

108
Education, remarks on

270 Intelligence, literary and philoso-
Elizabeth, anecdote of queen

145

phical 63, 233, 303, 391, 475
Emigration to America, cautions Johnson and Goldsmith compared 99
respecting

145 's childhood described by
Scottish, the history of 446 himself

337
Enthusiast, a literary one described 246 Ireland, particulars concerning it 58
Epigram, remarks on the

134 Isocrates, his merit estimated 275
Erinne, the poetess, account of 89 Italian superstition, examples of 440
Expurgatory indexes deseribed 243 Juvenile eloquence, a sample of 301
Fame, its vanity exemplified 86 Kine-pox recommended 231, 334
Fine arts, their use settled 360 Kotzebue's visit to Pompeii 359
Fire, a new use of that agent 108 Literary censors, anecdotes of 245
Force of novelty examined

359

enthusiasm, a case of 246
Friends, their first efforts against

genius estimated
slavery

218

biography, thoughts on 45
Frederic the great, his life and cha Liverpool Literary and Philosophi-
racter sketched
183 cal Society, account of

107
Freedom of the press, remarks on 243 Louis XIV, portrait of

41
French, mistakes in translating 272 XVI, anecdote of
character described

XV and madame du Barry,
travellers characterized 364

account of

374
parliaments, account of 372 Luther, his character, by Roscoe 361
Froissart, his merits examined 111 Lycario, memoirs of

169
Funds of Great Britain, their pre Madoc, by Southey, criticized 200
sent state

473 Manufactories, unwholesome smells
Galliani, his character
352 of some

131
Genius analysed

247 Manilla literature, account of 258
- produced by labour and ne. Maria Antoinette, her character 375
cessity
249 Maritime improvements

24
natal or acquired

253 Marriage ceremony in Russia 256
Gleaner
269, 379 Marivaux, his portrait

350
Goldsmith and Johnson compared 99 Marmontel, a sketch of his life
Gratitude and resentment, alliance Maxims of kings

373
between
132 Maurepas, account of him

377
Gray, new letters of

27 Mechanical aids in reading 166
Greeks, inquiry why they excelled Memoirs of Lycario

169
in the arts

370

and history compared
Grief, ils antidotes

20 Memorial of the New York mer-
on its nature and effects

chants to congress

90, 97
381, 464 Merthyr Tydvil described

472
Grotto of Pausillyppo described 417 Metaphysical studies vindicated 210
Happiness, common property 229 Michaux's Travels abridged 211
Helena, Saint, a description of that Mildew in corn explained

216
isle
441 Milton, his domestic life

51
Highlands of Scotland, their pre-

his metre, and his imitators 342
sent state

447 Misrepresentations of America de-
Hindoo April-fool-day described

475
tected

219
History a false pourtrayer of cha Morellet, his portrait

351
113 Naples, last earthquakes there de-
Homfray's iron works described
472 scribed

138
Hose companies, Philadelphia, ac-

and its environs described 415
count of

231 Necker, memoirs of his life 120, 278
Husband, a perfect one described 110 Negroes, their state at home 3
Idioms, foreign, their use in poetry 174 New York memorials to congress
Imitations in literature, remarks on 328

90, 97
Inconsistencies of great men, New year, reflections on it

105
thoughts on

43 Novelty, remarks on literary 269

345

40

racter

ing in

ple of

tween some

Opera and tragedy, on the distinc Saturn, its magnificence

271
tions between

367 Schiller, the poet, a life of him 259
Originality in books, an essay on 327 Secrets in the art of reading 164
Painting characterized

18 Selkirk, lord, account of his Cana.
Parkinson's American Tour ex. dian colony

446
amined

219 Sicily, history of the arts and learn.
Parliaments of France, account of 372

410
Pfiffer, anecdotes of general 373 Singularity, example of religious

437
Physiognomy, remarks on 379 Southey's Madoc cxamined

201
Picture, adventures of one 107 Speech of the governor of Massa-
Ploughing, remarkable effort in 109 chusetts

155
Polignac,
character of the duchess de 375

New
Poetical language, an essay on 172 York

148
Poetry and painting compared 17

Penn.
Pleasures of study estimated 177 sylvania

153
Poesies legeres, account of 256 Spenser, a sketch of his life 178
Pope; his classical knowledge denied 201

- his allegory of Una ex-
Politeness, ironical remarks on 266 plained

182
Pompeii, account of late visits to

- his philosophy, an exam-
72, 309, 359

323
Purity in style excluded by refine Style, reflections on its various
ment
175 modes

100
Pugilism, reflections on that art 468 Sublimity, moral and physical, com-
Pursuit, a passion for one recom-

pared

363
mended

177 Sweden, subterranean sketch of it 26
Pride and vanity, distinctions be Swedish settlements in Pennsylva.
tween them
466 nia, account of

34
Projector, portrait of one

29 Synonimous words, distinctions be-
Prefacés, an essay on
117

128
Prizes offered by the Philadelphia Taste, reflections on

408
Humane Society

158 Thomas, his portrait, by Marmon-
American
tel

352
Philosophical Society

377 Threshing machine, a new one de-
Procession of the host at Rome 358 scribed

109
Readers divided into classes 167 Trade of Britain, its present state 274
Reading, remarks on

163 Tragedy and opera, distinctions be-
mechanical aids in 167

367
secrets in the art of 164 Trenck, curious particulars in his
its pleasures
112 life

187
Reflector 20, 105, 169, 266, 381, 464 Tyrol, its inhabitants described 340
Religious influence of women 407 Vaccination, its progress in India 13
Revolutionary engineers, explana Vales of Schoellenen and Urseren
nation of that phrase
376 described

333
Revolution in France, reflections on 426 Vanity, its relation to pride stated 466
Reynolds's last play, account of 57 Vesuvius described

421
Rome and France, a parallel be Virgil, his tomb described

417
tween them
433 Volcanic fish, account of

366
Robbers, by Schiller, anecdote of 261 Voltaire's notions on originality 327
Robertson, the historian, charac-

his character, by Mar-
terized
116 montel

355
Rosary, its merits

411 Washington, new anecdotes of 226
Rousseau, his character, by Mar Weaving, French improvements in 273
montel

354 Weld's Travels, mistakes in, de-
Royal Academy of London, re. tected

30
marks on

391 Western states of America de.
conversation, the spirit of 368 scribed

214
maxims

373 West Indian slavery depicted 7
Russian baptism described 255

wreckers, account of 25
marriage described 256 Winkelman's notion of Milton 325
Saint Lambert, his portrait 351 Women, on their political and reli-
Sappho vindicated
87 gious influence

403

tween

Writer, inquiry which is the best 98 Elegy by a young American lady
Yellow fever at Philadelphia, in deceased

319
1805, account of

4 Epigram on a handsome physician 160
Zahara, an account of

24 Epigrams

134, 142, 143, 144
Zinc, its domestic uses
273 Epitaph on Erinne

90
Zurich and Lavater, some account Erinne's death

89
of, by Mr. Sansom

132 Excellence of woman, an imitation 320
Garland, the, by Prior

143
Invitation, the

80
Last, poem on that word

79
POETRY.

Lady cow, a Darwinian poem 79
Murder of the Red Cuming

237
Anyte on a statue of Venus 113 Novelty, verses on

398
an epitaph by

113 Oak, address to one blown down 480
Baucis, Erinna's poem on
90 Odes by Rufinus

144
Boileau's wearing a wig
175 Ode to a fountain

479
His brother, an imitation of Cowper 160 Osage poetry, specimens of 78, 79
Burns, lines on his portrait 477 Painting, a descant on it

19
Caerlaveroc's murder
315 Pastoral by Bion

88
Child, lines to a new-born 240 Reflections by a father

480
Colin, a pastoral
477 Reply

158
Court favour, evils in seeking it de Rural cot, the, a wish

399
scribed

180 Review, satirical picture of 228
Cyclop's complaint, by Bion 168 Rose, by Waller

144
Denham's address to Thames 230 Sappho, on her picture

88
Echo, example of verse so called

168
's address to Venus

88
Elegy on Spenser

182

-'s ode, a new translation 88
on a young lady
239 Songs, new ones

80, 239, 319
to parental love

317 Spenser's Irish retreat described 180
-- to a friend

317 Wedded love, lines descriptive of 479
to a young lady

318

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