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CONTENTS OF SECOND VOLUME.

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SEVENTH PERIOD.

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The Pilgrims and the Peas.....

25

1780—1830: THE REIGNS OF GEORGE III. AND

The Apple Dumplings and the King..

26

GEORGE IV.

Whitbread's Brewery visited by their Majesties..

26

Lord Gregory--Epigram on Sleep...

28

POETS.

THE Rev. W. Crowe (circa 1746-1829).

28

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Wreck of the Halsewell..

28

SIR WILLIAM JONES (1746-1794)..

The Miseries of War...

28

Ode in Imitation of Alcæus..

CHARLOTTE SMITH (1749–1806).

28

Persian Song of Hafiz....

3

Sonnets.....

29

Concluding Sentence of Berkeley's Siris Imitated.

3

Recollections of English Scenery

29

Tetrastic from the Persian..

3

SUSANNA BLAMIRE (1747–1794).

30

NATHANIEL COTTON (1707-1788).

The Nabob.....

3

30

The Fireside..

3

What Ails this Heart o' Mine ?.

30

William CowPER (1731–1800)..

4

Auld Robin Forbes......

30

Character of Chatham....

6 MRS BARBAULD (1743–1825)..

31

The Greenland Missionaries

6

Life-Ode to Spring ...

31

Rural Sounds..

7 To a Lady with Painted Flowers

32

The Diversified Character of Creation.

7 Hymn to Content..

32

From Conversation.

7 MRS OPIE (1769-1853)-MRS HUNTER (1742–1821)-MRS

On the Receipt of his Mother's Picture..

8 ANNE GRANT (1755—1838)—MRS MARY TIGHE (1773–

Voltaire and the Lace-worker......

9 1810)....

32

To Mary (Mrs Unwin)....

9 The Orphan Boy's Tale.

33

Winter Evening in the Country.

9 Songs—The Death Song

33

Love of Nature...

10

The Lot of Thousands

33

English Liberty

On a Sprig of Heath..

33

Yardley Oak..

The Highland Poor...

34

John Gilpin

From Mrs Tighe's Psyche .

34

WILLIAM HAYLEY (1745—1820)..

... 14

The Lily

... 35

Tribute to a Mother on her Death.

.. 14

ROBERT BLOOMFIELD (1766—1823)...

35

Epitaphs on Cowper and Mrs Unwin.

...... 14 Humble Pleasures-Harvest..

36

DR ERASMUS DARWIN (1731–1802).

15 Rosy Hannah-Lines to my Children.

37

Extracts from Loves of the Plants.

15 Description of a Blind Youth..

37

Invocation to the Goddess of Botany.

Banquet of an English Squire.....

37

Destruction of Sennacherib's Army..

The Soldier's Home...

38

Death of Eliza at the Battle of Minden.

... 17 JOHN LEYDEN (1775—1811).

39

Song to May-Song to Echo

Sonnet on Sabbath Morn.

40

Miss SEWARD (1747–1809)..

Ode to an Indian Gold Coin.

40

THE ROLLIAD (Political Satires)..

18 From The Mermaid.

40

Character of Mr Pitt....

..... 19 Henry KIRKE White (1785–1806).

41

WILLIAM GIFFORD (1756—1826).

19 To an Early Primrose..

42

Degeneracy of Modern Literature.

Sonnet..

42

A Reviewer compared to a Toad.

The Star of Bethlehem....

43

The Grave of Anna...

21

Britain a Thousand Years hence.

43

Greenwich Hill...

The Christiad.

43

THE ANTI-JACOBIN POETRY..

JAMES GRAHAME (1765—1811),

43

Ships of the Line in Port, by Canning.

23 Apostrophe to Scotland...

43

The Friend of Humanity and the Knife-grinder.

23

From The Sabbath..

44

Song by Rogero in The Rovers...

23

A Summer Sabbath Walk..

44

Canning's Epitaph on his Son...

24 Autumn and Winter Sabbath Walks.

45

DR JOHN Wolcot (1738–1819).

24 To My Son

45

Epitaph on Dr Johnson...

25 The Thanksgiving off Cape Trafalgar..

22

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..102

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GEORGE CRABBE (1754-1832).....

46 WILLIAM SOTHEBY (1757–1833).

96

Parish Workhouse and Apothecary

48 Lines on Staffa

96

Isaac Ashford, a Noble Peasant.

49 Approach of Saul and his Guards..

97

Phoebe Dawson...

49 EDWARD, LORD THURLOW (1781—1829).

97

Dream of the Condemned Felon.

50 Song to May-Sonnets...

97

Story of a Betrothed Pair....

50 To a Bird that haunted the Waters of Lacken in the Winter.. 98

An English Fen-Gipsies .

...... 51

THOMAS Moore (1779—1852)..

Gradual Approaches of Age....

52 A Moonlight Scene at Sea.

98

Song of the Crazed Maiden..

52 Canadian Boat Song..

98

Sketches of Autumn..

52 Literary Advertisement..

99

SAMUEL Rogers (1763-1855)..

52 Song, “When He who Adores Thee'.

From The Pleasures of Memory.

53 Irish Melody, 'I saw from the Beach'.

From Human Life..

55 Beauty.- From Lalla Rookh..

Ginevra.-From Italy..

55 Nature after a Storm....

An Italian Song..

56

'Tis the Last Rose of Summer..

Written in the Highlands of Scotland.

56

Hymn, The Turf shall be my Fragrant Shrine'.

..102

Pæstum.-From Italy.

56 John HOOKHAM FRERE (1769-1846)..

102

On a Tear..

57

Extracts from Whistlecraft...

. 103

William BLAKE (1757–1827).

57

Passage from Romance of the Cid.

..104

To the Muses-Song...

58 THOMAS CAMPBELL (1777–1844)..

105

Introduction to Songs of Innocence

58 Elegy written in Mull, 1795...

. 107

The Lamb, The Tiger.....

58

Picture of Domestic Love.....

107

WILLIAM Wordsworth (1770—1850).

58 Death of Gertrude..

..107

Extracts from The Excursion..

60 Ye Mariners of England.

..108

A Noble Peasant-The Deaf Dalesman.

61 Battle of the Baltic......

..109

London, 1802....

63 Hohenlinden...

.109

The World is too much with Us..

63 From The Last Man..

...JIO

Composed upon Westminster Bridge, 1803

63 A Thought suggested by the New Year.

On King's College Chapel, Cambridge..

63 MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS (1775–1818).

.........IIO

Lines: Lucy-We are Seven..

64 Durandarte and Belerma.....

.......112

A Portrait..

64 Alonzo the Brave and the Fair Imogine.

......113

Lines composed above Tintern Abbey...

65 | Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832)..

......113

Picture of Christmas Eve....

66 On the Setting Sun....

......114

To a Highland Girl..

66 The Aged Minstrel-Melrose Abbey..

......117

Laodamia..

67 Love of Country-Norham Castle.

.........117

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE (1772-1834).

68 Battle of Flodden-Death of Marmion.

........118

Extract from Wallenstein..

70 The Sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill.

......120

Epitaph for Himself..

...... 71 Coronach, from the Lady of the Lake

.....120

Extract from Christabel..

...... 72 Songs from Quentin Durward and The Pirate..

.......120

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.

... 73 Hymn of the Hebrew Maid.--From Ivanhoe..

....120

From the Ode to the Departing Year..........

76 LORD BYRON (1788–1824)..

....12

Hymn in the Vale of Chamouni..

77

Extract from the Dream..

Love....

77

Picture of Modern Greece....

....123

From Frost at Midnight..

78 Red Battle, the Demon of War.

124

Love, Hope, and Patience in Education..

78 Ancient Greece.

. 124

Youth and Age.....

79

Lake Leman (Geneva).

125

Importance of Method.

79 Temple of Clitumnus..

.....125

Rev. William LISLE BOWLES (1762—1850).

79

Statue of Apollo..

..125

Sonnets: To Time-Winter Evening--Hope-Bamborough The Gladiator....

126

Castle..

80

Apostrophe to the Ocean.....

126

South American Scenery.

80 Evening on the Banks of the Brenta..

126

Sun-dial in a Churchyard.

80 Midnight Scene in Rome.....

126

BLANCO WHITE (1775—1841)..

81 The Shipwreck...

127

Sonnet on Night..

81 Description of Haidee..

. 127

ROBERT SOUTHEY (1774-1843)..

81 Haidee and Juan at the Feast..

128

Extract from Joan of Arc....

82 Death of Haidee...

.128

Night in the Desert.- From Thalaba

82 PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY (1792–1822)..

. 129

Padalon, or the Indian Hades..

83 Extract from Revolt of Islam..

.129

Love...

83 Extract from The Conci...

...132

A Moonlight Scene in Spain...

84 Opening of Queen Mab..

..132

Wordsworth's Epitaph on Southey.

84 The Cloud-To a Skylark.

The Battle of Blenheim..

85 From The Sensitive Plant.

.134

The Holly Tree......

85 Forest Scenery

....135

WALTER Savage LANDOR (1775–1864)...

86 Stanzas written in Dejection near Naples... .........135

Short Extracts from Gebir and Count Julian. .

86 On a Faded Violet...

..........136

Clifton—The Maid's Lament--Sixteen..

87

Lines to an Indian Air-To - ............

.............136

Conversation between Lords Chatham and Chesterfield...... 88 JOHN KEATS (1795–1821)..

...............136

Conversation between William Penn and Lord Peterborough. 89 Saturn and Thea.- From Hyperion..

......137

Grandiloquent Writing-Milton.

89 The Lady Madeline at her Devotions

.138

EDWIN ATHERSTONE (1788–1872)..

89 Hymn to Pan.-From Endymion..

Banquet in Sardanapalus's Palace.

90

Ode to a Nightingale..

139

CHARLES LAMB (1775–1834)..

90

To Autumn...

.139

Forest Scenes.-From John Woodvil

91

Sonnets : On Chapman's Homer, and on England.

.........140

To Hester-The Old Familiar Faces..

92

Dr REGINALD HEBER (1783–1826)..

....... 140

A Farewell to Tobacco..

92 Palestine....

....140

Dream Children, a Reverie.

93

The Druses.

140

Poor Relations....

94 Missionary Hymn

141

The Origin of Roast Pig.

95 From Journal.....

143

. 178

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..184

.185

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CHARLES WOLFE (1791–1823).....

. 141

From The Kitten...

..175

Burial of Sir John Moore.....

. 142 From Address to Miss Agnes Baillie

.176

Song, 'If I had thought,' &c...

.142 The Shepherd's Song.....

177

CHARLES DIBDIN (1745—1814)-T. DIBDIN (1771-1841).. ..142

William Knox (1789-1825),

.177

Tom Bowling...

...142

THOMAS PRINGLE (1788–1834)

.177

Poor Jack.....

..143

Afar in the Desert..

.177

JOHN COLLINS (died in 1808)...

.143

Robert MONTGOMERY (1808–1855)..

.178

Song, ‘In the Downhill of Life'.

143

A Maniac ..

HERBERT KNOWLES (1798-1817).

.143

The Starry Heavens

.179

Lines written in Churchyard of Richmond.

143

WILLIAM HERBERT (1778-1847)

..179

ROBERT POLLOK (1799–1827)....

144

Extract from Helga-Musings on Eternity.

. 179

Love-Friendship-Happiness...

145
EBENEZER ELLIOTT (1781-1849)....

179

JAMES MONTGOMERY (1771-1854)..

.146

To the Bramble Flower-The Excursion.

.180

Greenland..

Pictures of Native Genius..

.147

..181

Night-The Pelican Island.

148

A Poet's Prayer

...181

The Recluse-Aspirations of Youth-The Common Lot.

THOMAS HAYNES BAYLY (1797-1839)..

149

..181

Prayer-Home...

Address to a Wife

150

...181

Hon. WILLIAM ROBERT SPENCER (1770-1834)..

Oh no, we never Mention Him

.150

.. 182

Beth Gelert ...

Rev. John Keble (1792–1866)..

..150

To Stanzas......

Extract from The Christian Year..

...151

HENRY LUTTRELL (1770—1851).

Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity..

..151

..182

London in Autumn..

Noel THOMAS CARRINGTON (1777–1830)...

.151

..183

The November Fog of London....

The Pixies of Devon...

.152

..183

HENRY GALLY KNIGHT (1786—1846)..

ARCHDEACON WRANGHAM (1769-1843).

...152

..183

F. SAYERS (1763-1816)

-HELEN M. WILLIAMS (1762—1827)..152

Henry Francis CARY (1772—1844).

..184

Sonnet to Hope....

Francesca of Rimini

...152

..184

Leigh HUNT (1784-1859).

152

Ugolini and his Sons...

Lines on the Birth of the Princess Royal...

William STEWART Rose (1775-1843)..

153

May Morning at Ravenna.......

Sonnet to Scott....

154

.185

Description of a Fountain.

Love.-From Translation of Ariosto..

154

..185

Funeral of the Lovers in Rimini,

WILLIAM Taylor (1765-1836)..

.154

.185

To T. L. H., Six Years Old

THE EARL OF ELLESMERE (1800-1857).

...154

Dirge-To the Grasshopper.

...155

The Military Execution...

..186

Abou Ben Adhem and the Angel...

THOMAS MITCHELL (1783-1845).

155

..186

JOHN CLARE (1793-1864)..

VISCOUNT STRANGFORD (1780—1855).

.155

..186

Sonnet to the Glow-worm.

..156

Ballad Verses-What is Life ?..

...156

Summer Morning - The Primrose—The Thrush's Nest. ...157

SCOTTISH POETS.

First Love's Recollections.

...157

Dawnings of Genius..

...157

ROBERT BURNS (1759–1796).

JAMES SMITH (1775-1839)..

......158 Extract from The Vision..

..189

HORACE SMITH (1779--1849).

...159

Extracts from Letters..

.....190

Extracts from Rejected Addresses-Crabbe, Wordsworth, From the Epistle to James Smith...

......19

Scott....

160 From the Epistle to W. Simpson.

.....191

Address to the Mummy in Belzoni's Exhibition.

..161 To a Mountain Daisy

....191

JOHN WILSON (1785–1851)...

162 On Captain Matthew Henderson...

..192

A Home among the Mountains.

...163 Songs: Macpherson's Farewell— Menie-Ae Fond Kiss-

Lines to a Sleeping Child.

...163 My Bonny Mary-Mary Morison..

.....193

Address to a Wild Deer..

..163 Bruce's Address-A Vision-To Mary in Heaven..

.........194

Lines written in a Lonely Burial-Ground.

.164 RICHARD GALL (1776—1800)..

....195

Mrs HEMANS (1793—1835)..

.165 My only Jo and Dearie O.

..195

Sunday in England. ....

.165

Farewell to Ayrshire...

..195

From The Voice of Spring

.165 ALEXANDER WILSON (1766–1913).

..195

The Homes of England....

.166

The Bald Eagle....

..195

The Graves of a Household.

..166

A Village Scold.-From Watty and Meg.

..196

BERNARD BARTON (1784-1849).

.166 Hector MacNeiLL (1746—1818)..

. 197

To the Evening Primrose......

.167 Extracts from Scotland's Skaith.

Power and Gentleness......,

.167 Mary of Castle-Cary...

..198

BRYAN WALLER PROCTER (1790-1874).

.167 John MAYNE (1761-1836).

..198

Address to the Ocean.....

168 Logan Braes..

.198

Marcelia...

..168

Helen of Kirkconnel..

..199

Invocation to Birds.

..168 Mustering of the Trades to Shoot for the Siller Gun.

..199

SongsKing Death, The Nights, Twilight..

..168 BARONESS NAIRNE (1766-1845).

Death of Amelia Wentworth.....

.169

The Land o' the Leal.

Rev. Henry HART MILMAN (1791–1868).

. 170

The Laird o' Cockpen

Jerusalem before the Siege..

170

Caller Herrin'..

Summons of the Destroying Angel..

171

ROBERT TANNAHILL (1774-1810)..

The Fair Recluse—The Day of Judgment.

..171

The Braes o' Balquhither..

Rev. GEORGE CROLY (1780-1860)...

...172

The Braes o' Gleniffer

..202

Pericles and Aspasia...

...172

The Flower o' Dumblane..

The French Army in Russia..

..172 Gloomy Winter's noo Awa'

Satan.-From a Picture by Sir T. Lawrence

.173

SIR ALEXANDER BOSWELL (1775—1822)

LETITIA ELIZABETH LANDON (1802–1838).

173 Jenny Dang the Weaver

...203

Change-Last Verses of L. E. L...

173 Jenny's Bawbee

.....203

JANE TAYLOR (1783–1824)-ANN TAYLOR (1782—1866) .174 Good-night, and Joy be wi' Ye a'.

...203

The Squire's Pew....

..174

The High Street of Edinburgh .

..203

Song of the Tea-kettle ...

.175 JAMES HOGG (1770—1835)..

.. 204

JOANNA BAILLIE (1762-1851).....

175 Allusion to Sir Walter Scott in Queen's Wake.

. 205

..186

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Bonny Kilmeny..

...205 Description of the Caliph Vathek

..245

To the Comet of 1811....

.....206

The Hall of Eblis....

246

Song, 'When the Kye comes Hame.'.

...207

RICHARD CUMBERLAND (1732—1811)

..247

The Skylark...

...207

MRS FRANCES SHERIDAN (1724-1766).

.248

ALLAN CUNNINGHAM (1784-1842).

...207

THOMAS HOLCROFT (1745-1809)..

.248

The Young Maxwell.

...208

Gaffer Gray...

.248

Hame, Hame, Hame-Fragment..

...208

ROBERT BAGE (1728-1801)..

..249

She's Gane to Dwall in Heaven..

...209

Sophia and HARRIET LEE-(Sophia, 1750—1824: Harriet,

A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea..

...209

1766—1851)

..249

My Nanie o

...209

Introduction to The Canterbury Tales

..250

The Poet's Bridal-day Song.

.....209

Dr John Moore (1729-1802)....

252

William Motherwell (1797—1835)..

....210 Dispute and Duel between Two Scotch Servants.

253

From Jeanie Morrison...

Mrs INCHBALD (1753—1821).

255

The Midnight Wind

Service in London ...

.255

Sword Chant of Thorstein Raudi.

Estimates of Happiness....

.255

ROBERT NICOLL (1814–1837)

...211

The Judge and the Victim..

..255

We are Brethren a'.

CHARLOTTE SMITH (1749–1806)..

...212

.257

William TENNANT (1785-1848).

Ann RADCLIFFE (1764-1823).....

.257

Summer Morning..

English Travellers visit a Neapolitan Church.

. 258

Description of Maggie Lauder

...213

Description of the Castle of Udolpho...

.259

Parties Travelling to Anster Fair.

Hardwick in Derbyshire

...213

.260

ROBERT GILFILLAN (1798—1850)

An Italian Landscape

...214

..260

The Exile's Song..

MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS (1775—1818).

...214

..261

In the Days o' Langsyne

...214

Scene of Conjuration by the Wandering Jew.

261

THOMAS MOUNCEY CUNNINGHAM (1766—1834).

WILLIAM GODWIN (1756—1836)..

...214

262

The Hills o' Gallowa'....

....214 Concluding Scene of Caleb Williams.

.265

William LAIDLAW (1780—1845).

...214

St Leon's Escape from the Auto da Fé.

267

Lucy's Flittin'.

CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN (1771-1810).

...214

.269

William NICHOLSON (died in 1849).

..215

MRS Amelia OPIE (1769-1853)...

.269

The Brownie of Blednoch....

...215

ANNA MARIA PORTER (1780-1832)..

.270

JAMES Hislop (1798-1827).

..216 JANE PORTER (1776—1850)..

.. 270

The Cameronian's Dream.

..216 MARIA EDGEWORTH (1767—1849)..

..270

JOSEPH Train (1779-1852).

..216

An Irish Landlord and Scotch Agent..

..272

Song, ‘Wi' Drums and Fifes'.

.216

An Irish Postilion-English Shyness..

.273

Jane Austen (1775-1817)....

.273

Dialogue on Constancy of Affection.

.274

DRAMATISTS.

A Family Scene ..

275

MRS MARY BRUNTON (1778-1818).

RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN (1751-1816)...

275

..217

A Sensitive Author......

Sensations on returning to Scotland.

.276

..217 ELIZABETH HAMILTON (1758-1816).

Anatomy of Character

...276

..219

Rolla's Address to the Peruvian Army..

Picture of Glenburnie....

..277

Extracts from Speech against Warren Hastings.

Song, ‘My Ain Fireside'.

..278

George COLMAN, the younger (1762-1836)..

LADY MORGAN (1783-1859)..

..278

...222

The Irish Hedge Schoolmaster

Scene from The Poor Gentleman..

..279

The Newcastle Apothecary

Mrs SHELLEY (1797—1851)..

...280

...225

The Monster created by Frankenstein..

..280

Lodgings for Single Gentlemen..

225

Rev. C. R. MATURIN (1782-1824)..

MRS ELIZABETH INCHBALD (1753-1821)..

..282

.226

THOMAS HOLCROFT (1745-1809)

An Autumn Evening...

..282

226

THE GERMAN DRAMAS....

A Lady's Chamber in the Thirteenth Century.

..282

227

LEWIS, Godwin, Sotheby, COLERIDGE..

Sir Walter Scott (1771--1832)..

...283

..227

Incantation Scene from Remorse

Sherwood Forest in the Time of Richard I..

...287

...228

The Fisherman's Funeral.

JOANNA BAILLIE (1762-1851).

....229

Scene from De Montfort..

A Stormy Sunset by the Seaside.

..290

....229

Picture of a Country Life.

Jeanie Deans and Queen Caroline.

..290

...231

Fears of Imagination....

Storming of Front de Bæuf's Castle..

.. 292

....231 John Galt (1979—1839)....

Speech of Prince Edward in his Dungeon

..292

...231

Description of Jane de Montfort..

Placing of a Scottish Minister.

..294

...231

Rev. CHARLES R. MATURIN (1782-1824).

The Windy Yule...

..295

..232

Thomas Hope (1770-1831)...

Scene from Bertram..

...296

...232

Richard L. SHEIL (1794–1851), &c

The Death of Anastasius's Son...

..297

....233 John Gibson LOCKHART (1794—1854).

JAMES SHERIDAN KNOWLES (1784—1862)

...233 Athanasia in Prison.....

Scene from Virginius.....

.234

THOMAS Lovell BedDOES (1803-1849)..

Description of an Old English Mansion

..300

235

Extract from The Bride's Tragedy..

PROFESSOR WILSON (1785–1854)..

..300

.235

JOHN TOBIN (1770-1804)..

The 'Flitting' or Removal of the Lyndsays.

236

..301

A Snow-storm.....

Extract from The Honeymoon.

.301

...237

JOHN O'KEEFE (1746—1833)..

MRS JOHNSTONE (1781-1857)-SIR THOMAS Dick LAUDER

...237

FREDERICK REYNOLDS (1765—1841)..

(1784-1848), &c.

302

..237

THOMAS MORTON (1764–1838).

ANDREW PICKEN (1788–1833)..

. 302

....237 SUSAN E. FERRIER (1782-1854)..

303

A Scotch Lady of the Old School.

• 304

NOVELISTS.

JAMES MORIER (1780—1849)...

305

The Barber of Bagdad....

• 306

FRANCES BURNEY (MADAME D'ARBLAY) (1752-1840). .238 JAMES Baillie FRASER (1783-1856).

.. 307

A Game of Highway Robbery...

.239

Meeting of Eastern Warriors in the Desert.

..307

Miss Burney explains to George III. about Evelina.

.241

Desolation of War...

- 308

Margaret Nicholson's Attempt on the Life of George III....242 THEODORE EDWARD Hook (1788–1841).

WILLIAM BECKFORD (1760-1844)...

..243 THOMAS COLLEY GRATTAN (1796–1864).

..310

....288

..298

...298

. 308

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THOMAS HENRY LISTER (1801-1842)....

..310

Preparation for Heaven ....

... 349

London at Sunrise....

..310

From the Funeral Sermon on Princess Charlotte of Wales. ..350

MARQUIS OF NORMANBY (1797–1863).....

Rev. John FOSTER (1770—1843)...

..350

LADY CAROLINE LAMB (1785—1828), &c.

.. 310 Changes in Life and Opinions..

..350

R. PLUMER WARD (1765—1846)..

....311

Dr ADAM CLARKE (1760—1832)..

351

Power of Literary Genius...

.........311

Rev. ARCHIBALD ALISON (1757-1839).

352

JOHN BANIM (1800—1842), &c. .

..312

From the Sermon on Autumn..

..352

The Burning of a Croppy's House

313 Rev. JOHN BROWN OF HADDINGTON (1722-1787).

..352

GERALD GRIFFIN (1803-1840)....

..314 Rev. John Brown (1784-1858).

..353

Verses written at Christmas 1830....

.....314 Anecdote of Early Life.....

..353

WILLIAM CARLETON (1798—1869)...

.....315 Dr ANDREW THOMSON (1779—1831).

353

Picture of an Irish Village and School-house.

..316 Dr THOMAS CHALMERS (1780—1847).

353

MARY RUSSELL MITFORD (1786-1855)..

..317 Inefficacy of mere Moral Preaching.

354

Tom Cordery, the Poacher.

..318

Picture of the Chase...

.356

THOMAS LOVE PEACOCK (1788—1866)..

..319 Insignificance of the Earth.

.357

Freebooter Life in the Forest-Winter Scenery.

....319

The Statute-book not necessary towards Christianity. 357

Truth to Nature essential in Poetry....

...320 DUGALD STEWART (1753—1828)...

..358

On Memory..

..358

HISTORIANS AND BIOGRAPHERS.

DR THOMAS BROWN (1778-1820)..

- 359

WILLIAM MITFORD (1744-1827).

Desire of the Happiness of Others.

359

.. 320

Sir JAMES MACKINTOSH.....

Condemnation and Death of Socrates

-360

-.321 James Mill (1773—1836)

DR JOHN GILLIES (1747–1836)...

- 360

322

DR ABERCROMBIE (1781—1844).

SHARON TURNER (1768-1847).

..360

.323

ARCHDEACON COXE (1747—1828).

GEORGE COMBE (1788–1858)..

..361

..323 Distinction between Power and Activity.....

GEORGE CHALMERS (1742-1825)-CHARLES J. Fox (1749–

......361

1806)..

......323

SIR JAMES MACKINTOSH (1765–1832).

......324

POLITICAL ECONOMISTS.

Chivalry and Modern Manners.

..324

Speech in Defence of Mr Peltier...

JEREMY BENTHAM (1748-1832).....

-362

..325

DR JOHN LINGARD (1771-1850).

Rev. T. R. MALTHUS (1766—1834)..

• 326

- 362

Cromwell's Expulsion of the Parliament..

MICHAEL THOMAS SADLER (1780—1835).

..363

GEORGE BRODIE (died in 1827)-W. Roscoe (1753—1831). .....327

MALCOLM LAING (1762-1818).

..328

MISCELLANEOUS WRITERS.

JOHN PINKERTON (1758–1826).

Sir JOHN FENN (1739-1794).

HANNAH MORE (1745-1833)...

- 363

Extracts from Paston Letters..

First Interview with Johnson.

....329

- 364

HENRY HALLAM (1778—1859).

Death and Character of Garrick..

...330

- 364

Effects of the Feudal System.

William HENRY IRELAND (1777—1835)..

..330

Houses and Furniture in the Middle Ages.

Extract from Vortigern.....

.331

.366

Shakspeare's Self-retrospection

EDMUND MALONE (1741–1812).

. 332

- 366

Milton's Blindness..

RICHARD PORSON (1759–1808)..

..332

..367

PATRICK FRASER-TYTLER (1791-1849).

William COBBETT (1762—1835).

332

..367

COLONEL SIR W. F. P. NAPIER (1785-1860).

Boyish Scenes and Recollections.

.368

Eulogium on Lord Byron,

On Field-sports.......

.333

... 368

Assault of Badajos..

WILLIAM COMBE (1741–1823)....

333

..368

JAMES MILL (1773–1836).

..336

Genius and Talent generally Appreciated..

-369

JAMES BOSWELL (1740-1795)..

..336

Rev. GILBERT WHITE (1720-1793)...

- 369

GIBBON—LORD SHEFFIELD-Dr Currie (1756-1805).

The Rooks returning to their Nests...

• 337

- 369

WILLIAM HAYLEY-LORD HOLLAND (1773-1840).

Rev. William GILPIN (1724-1804)..

. 337

..370

Robert SOUTHEY (1774-1843).

..338

Sir UvEDALE PRICE (1747–1829)..

...... 370

The Death of Nelson..

..338

Sunrise and Sunset in the Woods.

......370

Wesley's Old Age and Death.

339

Picturesque Atmospheric Effects.

.....371

DR THOMAS M'CRIE (1772-1835)

Twilight ..

• 340

....371

SIR WALTER SCOTT_THOMAS MOORE...

Rev. A. ALISON (1757-1839).

340

....372

Character and Personal Appearance of Byron..

Memorials of the Past.

341

....372

THOMAS CAMPBELL...

341

The Effect of Sounds as Modified by Association.

... 372

SIR JOHN MALCOLM-T. H. LISTER, &c..

• 342

Francis Grose (1731–1791)-RICHARD GOUGH (1735–1809)..372

LORD ERSKINE (1750-1823)...

.373

On the Law of Libel...

..373

THEOLOGIANS AND METAPHYSICIANS.

On the Government of India.

..373

DR PALEY (1743–1805)......

... 343 Justice and Mercy....

..374

Of Property..

... 343

LORD THURLOW-JOHN PHILPOT CURRAN

.374

Distinctions of Civil Life lost in Church.

...344 ROBERT SOUTHEY (1774-1843)...

•375

The World was made with a Benevolent Design

...345 Effects of the Mohammedan Religion..

•375

Character of St Paul....

..345

Collections of English Poets...

375

DR WATSON (1737-1816)...

..346 William HAZLITT (1778–1830)..

375

WILLIAM WILBERFORCE (1759–1833)..

..346 The Character of Falstaff...

-376

Effects of Religion in Old Age and Adversity.

.347

The Character of Hamlet...

- 376

DR SAMUEL PARR (1749–1825)....

..347 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (1780—1851).

377

Dr EDWARD MALTBY (1770—1859)..

347 The Humming-bird...

377

DR THOMAS H. HORNE (1780—1862)..

..348 Descent of the Ohio.

- 378

DR HERBERT MARSH (1756—1839).

..348 WASHINGTON IRVING (1783-1859)....

- 378

ARCHBISHOP SUMNER (1780—1862)

..348 Manners in New York in the Dutch Times..

. 379

DR GEORGE D'OYLY (1778-1846).

..348
Feelings of an American on landing in England..

--380

Dr TIMOTHY DWIGHT (1752-1817)

.. 348

Rural Life......

-380

Rev. ROBERT HALL (1764-1831).

..348 A Rainy Sunday in an Inn.

-381

On Wisdom ......

- 349 JAMES KIRKE PAULDING (1778-1860).

- 381

Influence of Great and Splendid Actions.

349 Rev. SYDNEY SMITH (1771—1845).....

.381

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