Sivut kuvina
PDF
ePub

INDEX

TO

THE SIXTH VOLUME.

ABELARD and Eloisa, monument of, at Père to Disappointment, 416 ; the Man with a
La Chaise, 173

grievance, 523
Abyssinia, Travels in Southern, by Charles “ Bonny Kate;" a Song, by George Ray-

Johnston, surgeon, reviewed ; with allu- mond, 522
sion, also, to the work of Sir C. Harris, Brummell, Jesse's Life of Beau, review, 91.
on the same country, 69

Butler, Mrs., formerly Miss Fanny Kemble,
Adana, city of; the Caliph Harun Al her poems, reviewed, 280

Rashid, 348
Ain-Tab, town of, visited by Col. Chesney,
Mr. W. F. Ainsworth, &c., 337, 339

Campbell, Thomas, poetical tribute, written
Ainsworth, William Harrison, Esq., con-

on returning from his funeral, at West-
tinuation of “ Saint James's ; or, the

minster Abbey, by Thomas Roscoe, 170

Camoens, Sonnet from, by Thomas Roscoe,
Court of Queen Anne," by, 1—18,95—

438
108, 189—205, 439–468, 551–558 ;

Canada, the Settlers in, by Capt. Marryat,
“ Revelations of London,” by, 283——300,

C.B., reviewed, 374
377—384, 471-486
Ainsworth, W. Francis, Esq. : the Battle-

Canterbury, the British Archæologists at,

363, 370; the cathedral, 365
plain of Imma, now El-Umk, 31; Ex-
cursions, &c. in Cælo-Syria, 155; the

Cecil Street, my House in, by Mrs. White,
Termination of the Transport, 233; Win-

Part I., 86; Part II., 136
ter Wanderings, (being a continuation of Chatelain, Madame de, a Lapse of Forty
the above Eastern tours,) 337, 396 ; his Years, by, 28
Travels in the Track of the Ten Thou- | Chesney, Colonel, the expedition in Asia
sand Greeks, reviewed, 470; Abraham's Minor, &c., conducted by, note, 31, 32,
Fatherland, 511-521

162, 235, 245, 337, 349, 396, 512
Anticipations of 1860; Pleasures penal, by Chihuahua, the Painter of; by Percy B.
R. B. Peake, 542

St. John, 494
Antioch, city of, 164, 233, 344, 399

Cilician plain, the great, 396–406; The
Apamea, city of Cælo-Syria, its temple, Golek Boghar, or Cilician Gates, 397,

wars for the possession of the Syrian
provinces, &c., 157, 159

Cælo-Syria, descriptions of the great plain
Asia Minor, (see the contributions by W. or valley of, its cities, the iron-bridge,

Francis Ainsworth,) Antioch, 233, 337, &c., 156—159 ; 233—246; 338
396

Comet, the ; by Von Sallet, translated by
Attégbéi, the Star of; and Poems by John Oxenford, 469
Frances Brown, reviewed, 503

Country Curate, the ; by Charles Ollier :

The curate's house and family, 421; In-
Barrett, Miss Elizabeth, poems by, reviewed, terview with the rector, 424 ; the curate's
282

troubles at home, 527 ; the curate is still
Beckford, Mr., letter from Lisbon on Ca- farther tried, 529
moeds, quoted, 438, note

Court, the, and the Court Circular : an
Bees, economy of, and exquisite poetry by Anecdote of “Old Townsend;" by the

various authors, regarding, 390, 395 author of “ Mornings in Bow Street,"
Bellerophon, and the Aleian Field, 347

498
Blanchard, Laman : Not so Black as He's Crescent and the Cross, the; or, Romance

Painted, 73; Every Man bas his Dr. and Realities of Eastern travel; by Eliot
Johnson, 251; the Rat-Tat, 371 ; Doomed Warburton, reviewed, 538

et seq.

560

Cutlet, cruising for a; or, M moirs t.

Diner-out; by Lord William Lennox,
166; Mems or maxims for conversation.

at or after dinner, 168-170
Danish Drama, Thomas Roscoe, on the

modern: Comedies of Holberg, “Jeppe

Vom Berge," &c., 326
Dog-fancier, the; by W. Harrison Ains.

worth, (“ Revelations of London,") 377
Doomed to Disappointment, by Laman

Blanchard, 416
Dreams, Night-noises, and Phantoms, a few

passages on; by Charles Ollier. Part

III. Phantoms, 356
East, political mission to the; review of

Mons. V. Fontanier's Narrative of a
Mission to India, and the countries bor-

dering on the Persian Gulf, 183
Eric III. King of Denmark, poetical legend,

by John Oxenford, 224
Excursions in Cælo-Syria, &c., and Passing

occurrences, by W. Francis Ainsworth,
155; the termination of the transport,
233—246

Feather, Story of a; by Douglas Jerrold,

review, 113
Forster, Rev. Mr., his Historical Geography

of Arabia, 187
France and Morocco, 181, 269
Frederic the Second, allusions to, 46, 125
Geraldine; verses, by G. Raymond, 232
Germany and Italy, revisited ; by Mrs.

Shelley, 216
Ghost Stories, 356–362
Giant's Death, the; a poem from the Ger-

man, 468
Giles, Saint, past and present state of the

parish of, 377
Gipsy, the ; by G. P. R. James, review,

301-304
Gipsies' Tragedy, the; a Tale of Welsh

hamlet history. By Joseph Downes.
Part I. The trials of Lydia Coombe,

219. Part II. Retribution, 319
Hamyaritic Inscriptions, the, 187
Haydon, B. R., Historical painter, review

of his Lectures on Painting and Design,
with allusions to Sir Joshua Reynolds,
Wilkie, Edmund Burke, Benjamin West,

&c., 387--390
Hildebrand; or, the Days of Queen Eliza-

beth. By the author of the King's Son,

reviewed, 124
Honey from Mount Hybla, a Jar of; by

Leigh Hunt. No. VII., 79. No. VIII.,
176. No. IX., 274. No. X., 307. No.

XI., 390. No. XII. and last, 485
Hum of Men, by a Matter of Fact-or, 109
Hunt, Leigh, “ A Jar of Honey from Mount

Hybla," by, continued:-No.VII., 79–86.
No. VIII., 173-180. No, IX., 274–280.

No. X., 307–312. No. XI., 390—395

Essay on “What is Poetry?" 503—505.
Husband malgré lui, the; or, the West In-

dia Adventure of a Texian Naval Officer;
by Percy B. St. John. Part I., 211;

Part II., 333.
Imma, now El Umk, the Battle-plain of,

by W. Francis Ainsworth, 31-44
Issus, battle of, its scene visited by W.

Francis Ainsworth, 343
James, G. P. R., Esq., revised edition of

his various Novels, &c., critique, 301
Jerrold, Douglas, his writings, reviewed;

“ Story of a Feather,” &c., 113
Johnson, Every Man bas his Dr., by Laman

Blanchard, 251.
Kenealy, Edward, a song by, 154
King's Son, the ; a ballad, by Charles Mac-

kay, 385
La Fontaine, the Fabulist ; his monument,

173
Land of Promise, by the Baroness de Cala-

brella, noticed, 218
Leicester, the late Earl of; on a Portrait of

Coke of Norfolk, by Thomas Roscoe, 154
Leigh, Lord, Walks in the Country, by,

noticed, 280
Lennox, Lord William, Cruising for a Cutlet;

or, Memoirs of a Diner-Out, by, 166
Leonardo di Vinci, fresco of, 218
Lever's “ Tom Burke of Ours," reviewed,

435
Literary Gazette, notice in a recent number,

of Mr. Francis Ainsworth's “ Travels in
the Track of the Ten Thousand Greeks,"

511
Love in Hate, stanzas, by C. Mackay, 135
Lucille, the Lady, and her Wedding-Brooch,

poetry, by Camilla Toulmin, 246
Lynch Law, the Two Frontiersmen, or;
by Charles Hooton. The Dice, 141; the

Lady, 145; Lynch Law, 149
Mackay, Chas., the Arriving Train, verses,

by, 52; Love in Hate, 135; the King's
Son, a ballad, 385: Little Fools and

Great ones, 494
Man with a Grievance, the ; by Laman

Blanchard, 523
Manesty, John, the Liverpool Merchant,

by the late William Maginn, LL.D.
Chap. XXIII. 53. XXIV. 58. XXV.
117. XXVI. 119. XXVII, 258.
XXVIII. 262. Conclusion, 268.
Marryat, Captain, the Settlers in Canada,

written for young people, reviewed, 374
“ Mary of Burgundy," by G. P. R. James,

reviewed, 301-305
Mills, John, the Trapper, a Legend of the

West, by, 131
Morocco, Empire of, review of “Western

Barbary, &c.," by John H. Drummond

Hay, 181; on the affairs of France
and Morocco, and their prospective re-
sults, 269

modern Drama, Holberg s " Jeppe Vom
Berge,” &c., 326 ; Sonnet from Ca-
moens, 438.

New South Wales, Mr. Charles Meredith's SAINT JAMES'S : OR, THE COURT OF
Notes and Sketches of, reviewed, 413

QUEEN ANNE; by WILLIAM HARRISON
Night in a Fog, a; by Mrs. White, 533 AINSWORTH, Esq.

BOOK THE THIRD. CHAP. I. Gives
Ollier, Charles, Esq.: on Phantoms, &c. 356; a slight insight into the progress of Har-
the Country Curate, by, 421, 527

ley's intrigues for power, 1. II. How
Ollier, Edmund : his Triad of Sonnets, on Dr. Sacheverell preached his sermon at
Wilson's Picture of Solitude, 506

Saint Paul's; and how he was impeached
Omnibus, the Wrong, by a Physician con- in consequence, 5. III. Of the affront
fined in Bedlam, 19

put upon the Duke of Marlborough by
Oxenford, John, two Poems of Anastasius the Queen, 7. IV. In what guise the

Grün, translated by ; the Excluded One, serjeant returned from the wars; and how
45; different kinds of Grief, ib; the Rat- he brought back with him a Dutch wife,
catcher, from the German, 165 ; King 10. V. The trial of Dr. Sacheverell, 95.
Eric, by, 224; translations from Friedrich VI. How the meeting-houses were de-
von Sallet, 468, 469

stroyed by the mob, 101. VII. In what

way the rioters were dispersed, 105.
Painting and Design, Mr. B. R. Haydon's VIII. Of the sentence passed on Dr.
Lectures on, reviewed, 387

Sacheverell; and what followed it, 189.
Patmore, Poems by Coventry, review, 93 IX. Shewing how the Whig ministry
Peake, R. B., the Prussian Paddy Grenadier, were dissolved, 194. X. Of the Marquis

by. Part I., 46 ; Part II., 125; Antici- de Guiscard's attempt to assassinate Har-
pations of 1860; Pleasures Penal, by, 542 ley, 200. XI. Wherein Harley attains
Père la Chaise, (Cemetery of Paris,) by the highest point of his ambition ; and the

Mrs. Yorick Smythies, authoress of Marquis de Guiscard is disposed of, 439.
“ Cousin Geoffrey,” “ The Matchmaker,” XII. Containing the final interview be-
&c., 172

tween the Queen and the Duchess of
Poetess, the ; and other Poems, by Marlborough, 443. XIII, In' what man-
Georgiana Bennet, reviewed, 503

ner the gold key was delivered up by the
Polka Party, Kate Crosby's, by F.F. B., 206 Duchess, 449. XIV. Shewing how the
Prometheus Vinctus; one of Mr. Webster's serjeant quitted the service, 452. XV.

Rejected Comedies, by Viscount Maid- In which the serjeant's ghost appears to
stone, 507

his old friends ; and in which Mrs.

Plumpton and Mrs. Tipping find each a
Ratcatcher, the, from the German poet, husband, 458. XVI. Shewing how the

Karl Simrock, translated by John Oxen- greatest general of his age was driven
ford, 165

from his country, 551. XVII. Queen
Rat-Tat, the; a story of the Gentilities, by Anne's last exercise of power, 554
Laman Blanchard, 371,

Sallet, Friedrich von, his poems, the “Giant's
Raymond, George, his song of “ Bonny death,” and “ The Comet," translated,
Kate," 522

468.
Rebels, the; a Tale of Emmet’s Days, by Sapho, life and poetry of: with scenes from

Mrs. White.. Part L, The Cousins, the drama of Grillparzer, by T. Roscoe,
313; Part IL, The Lovers, 407

61.
REVELATIONS OF LONDON, BY WILLIAM Saxon antiquities, 367 ; Barrows on Bar-
HARRISON AINSWORTH, Esq.

ham Downs, Bourne, &c., ib.
Prologue, 1599. The Elixir of Long Shelley, Mrs., Rambles in Germany and
Life, 283

Italy, reviewed, 216.
Book I. Auriol. Chap. I. The Ruined Songs, 154, 281, 522
House in the Vauxhall Road, 265. II. Sonnet, by Thomas Roscoe, 257 ; by Mrs.
The Dog-Fancier, 377. III The Hand Butler, (Fanny Kemble,) 280 ; from
and the Cloak, 471. IV. The Iron- Camoens, by T. Roscoe, 438 ; Sonnets,
Merchant's Daughter, 479. V. The by Edmund Ollier, 506
Meeting near the Statues, 484.

Sonnets, by Edmund Ollier, 506
Roscoe, Thomas, Esq. : Life and Poetry of

Sapho, with scenes from the Drama of Tarsus, description of, 396; Malaria, ib.;
Grillparzer, 61; on a Portrait of Coke M. Gilet, French consul, ib.
of Norfolk, the late Earl of Leicester, Ten Thousand Greeks, retreat of the, by
painted by Sir Thomas Lawrence, 154 Xenophon, 470
Poetical Tribute, written on returning Theatrical Recollections, a leaf from my,
from the Funeral of the poet Campbell, by Drinkwater Meadows, 349 ; Another
170; Sonnet, 257; his account of the leaf from, 428

[blocks in formation]

“ Tom Burke of Ours," by Mr. Lever, re- Winter Wanderings, by W. Francis Ains.
riewed, 435

worth. Ain-tab, Story of a Sword,
Touloin, Camilla, The Lady Lucille and i A nocturnal ride, Kilis, ancient Ciliza,

her Wedding Brooch ; how she won it, Panthers of Amanus, Hostile reception
and how she wore it : a (metrical) Story from the Turkomans, Ruins of Issus,
of Modern Times, by, 246

City of Mopsus, the sootbsayer, Aleian
Trapper, the: a Legend of the West, 131 plain, Reverses of Bellerophon, City of

Adana, 337–349; Tarsus, Archæological
" While the Dews fall over the Mulberry researches, Enter into Taurus, An invi-

Tree,” song, by Edward Kenealy, 154 tation to dinner, Armenian strongbolds,
White, Mrs., " Wanted a Governess," by, A mishap, Ruins of Anazarbus, Pass of

226; The Rebels, a Tale of Emmet's the Taurus, Marash, the ancient Ger.
Days, by, 313, 107; a Night in a Fog, manicia, Castle of the Romans, 396–406
by, 333

[ocr errors]

Ellustrations on teel, by Gcorge Cruikshank,

TO “SAINT JAMES's.”

J.

SERJEANT SCALES INTRODUCING HIS DUTCH WIFE TO HIS FRIENDS

to face Page
THE DUCHESS FOILED BY HARLEY IN HER ATTEMPT TO INTERRUPT

THE MARRIAGE BETWEEN MASHAM AND ABIGAIL
THE MARQUIS DE GUISCARD ATTEMPTING TO ASSASSINATE HARLEY

II.

204

Fllustrations, by Phiz, (Bablot K. Brownc,)

TO “ REVELATIONS OF LONDON."

IV.

THE ELIXIR OF LONG LIFE

[ocr errors]

293

296

THE RUINED HOUSE IN THE VAUXHALL ROAD
VI. UNEXPECTED DISAPPEARANCE OF OLD PARR
VII. THE IRON-MERCHANT'S DAUGHTER
VIII. THE MYSTERIOUS MEETING IN HYDE PARK
IX. THE DOG-FANCIER

447

- 481

• 486

to face Title

T. C. Sarill, Printar, 107, St. Martin's Lane.

« EdellinenJatka »