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THE SIXTH VOLUME.
ABELARD and Eloisa, monument of, at Père to Disappointment, 416 ; the Man with a
Johnston, surgeon, reviewed ; with allu- mond, 522
Butler, Mrs., formerly Miss Fanny Kemble,
Campbell, Thomas, poetical tribute, written
on returning from his funeral, at West-
minster Abbey, by Thomas Roscoe, 170
Camoens, Sonnet from, by Thomas Roscoe,
Canada, the Settlers in, by Capt. Marryat,
C.B., reviewed, 374
Canterbury, the British Archæologists at,
363, 370; the cathedral, 365
Cecil Street, my House in, by Mrs. White,
Part I., 86; Part II., 136
162, 235, 245, 337, 349, 396, 512
St. John, 494
Cilician plain, the great, 396–406; The
wars for the possession of the Syrian
Cælo-Syria, descriptions of the great plain
Francis Ainsworth,) Antioch, 233, 337, &c., 156—159 ; 233—246; 338
Comet, the ; by Von Sallet, translated by
Country Curate, the ; by Charles Ollier :
The curate's house and family, 421; In-
troubles at home, 527 ; the curate is still
Court, the, and the Court Circular : an
various authors, regarding, 390, 395 author of “ Mornings in Bow Street,"
Painted, 73; Every Man bas his Dr. and Realities of Eastern travel; by Eliot
Cutlet, cruising for a; or, M moirs t.
Diner-out; by Lord William Lennox,
at or after dinner, 168-170
modern: Comedies of Holberg, “Jeppe
Vom Berge," &c., 326
worth, (“ Revelations of London,") 377
passages on; by Charles Ollier. Part
III. Phantoms, 356
Mons. V. Fontanier's Narrative of a
dering on the Persian Gulf, 183
by John Oxenford, 224
occurrences, by W. Francis Ainsworth,
Feather, Story of a; by Douglas Jerrold,
of Arabia, 187
parish of, 377
hamlet history. By Joseph Downes.
219. Part II. Retribution, 319
of his Lectures on Painting and Design,
beth. By the author of the King's Son,
Leigh Hunt. No. VII., 79. No. VIII.,
XI., 390. No. XII. and last, 485
Hybla," by, continued:-No.VII., 79–86.
No. X., 307–312. No. XI., 390—395
Essay on “What is Poetry?" 503—505.
dia Adventure of a Texian Naval Officer;
Part II., 333.
by W. Francis Ainsworth, 31-44
Francis Ainsworth, 343
his various Novels, &c., critique, 301
“ Story of a Feather,” &c., 113
brella, noticed, 218
Coke of Norfolk, by Thomas Roscoe, 154
or, Memoirs of a Diner-Out, by, 166
of Mr. Francis Ainsworth's “ Travels in
poetry, by Camilla Toulmin, 246
Lady, 145; Lynch Law, 149
by, 52; Love in Hate, 135; the King's
Great ones, 494
by the late William Maginn, LL.D.
written for young people, reviewed, 374
West, by, 131
Barbary, &c.," by John H. Drummond
Hay, 181; on the affairs of France
modern Drama, Holberg s " Jeppe Vom
New South Wales, Mr. Charles Meredith's SAINT JAMES'S : OR, THE COURT OF
QUEEN ANNE; by WILLIAM HARRISON
BOOK THE THIRD. CHAP. I. Gives
ley's intrigues for power, 1. II. How
Saint Paul's; and how he was impeached
put upon the Duke of Marlborough by
Grün, translated by ; the Excluded One, serjeant returned from the wars; and how
stroyed by the mob, 101. VII. In what
way the rioters were dispersed, 105.
Sacheverell; and what followed it, 189.
by. Part I., 46 ; Part II., 125; Antici- de Guiscard's attempt to assassinate Har-
Mrs. Yorick Smythies, authoress of Marquis de Guiscard is disposed of, 439.
tween the Queen and the Duchess of
ner the gold key was delivered up by the
Rejected Comedies, by Viscount Maid- In which the serjeant's ghost appears to
his old friends ; and in which Mrs.
Plumpton and Mrs. Tipping find each a
Karl Simrock, translated by John Oxen- greatest general of his age was driven
from his country, 551. XVII. Queen
Sallet, Friedrich von, his poems, the “Giant's
Mrs. White.. Part L, The Cousins, the drama of Grillparzer, by T. Roscoe,
ham Downs, Bourne, &c., ib.
Italy, reviewed, 216.
Sonnets, by Edmund Ollier, 506
Sapho, with scenes from the Drama of Tarsus, description of, 396; Malaria, ib.;
“ Tom Burke of Ours," by Mr. Lever, re- Winter Wanderings, by W. Francis Ains.
worth. Ain-tab, Story of a Sword,
her Wedding Brooch ; how she won it, Panthers of Amanus, Hostile reception
City of Mopsus, the sootbsayer, Aleian
Adana, 337–349; Tarsus, Archæological
Tree,” song, by Edward Kenealy, 154 tation to dinner, Armenian strongbolds,
226; The Rebels, a Tale of Emmet's the Taurus, Marash, the ancient Ger.
Ellustrations on teel, by Gcorge Cruikshank,
TO “SAINT JAMES's.”
SERJEANT SCALES INTRODUCING HIS DUTCH WIFE TO HIS FRIENDS
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THE MARRIAGE BETWEEN MASHAM AND ABIGAIL
Fllustrations, by Phiz, (Bablot K. Brownc,)
TO “ REVELATIONS OF LONDON."
THE ELIXIR OF LONG LIFE
THE RUINED HOUSE IN THE VAUXHALL ROAD
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