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Jan. 21. At Aberdeen, Peter Macfarlane, Esq. Alexander Donaldson, Esq. of Heriot-row, Edinto Hannah Kidston, youngest daughter of the late burgh. Mr Alexander Scott.

Oct. 5. At Lyssons, Jamaica, Mr Thomas Law25. At Bo'ness, Lieutenant Petrie, R. N. to son, eldest son of William Lawson, Esz. late of Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Walter Grindlay, Girthead. Esq. shipowner there.

- Accounts have been received from Nassau, 26. At St Pancras, Sir John Maclean, Knt. com in New Providence, of the melancholy death of mander of the most honourable and military order John Macdonald Esq. late of Long Island, where of the Bath, to Sarah, only child of Benjamin he had resided a considerable number of years. He Price, Esq. of Highgate.

lost his life in a small vessel, which sailed with him 27. At Burrowmuirhead, Mr James Smith, cork for Nassau, but was unfortunately, in consequence manufacturer, Leith, to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of a leak, wrecked in one of the gales then prevailof Mr William Kippen, Mid-Calder.

ing, near the island of Exuma, where his body was 31. At Liverpool, at St James'-church, Samuel found and interred. He was the second son of the Solomon, M.D. to Miss Mackinney.

late James M.Donald, Esq. in Kincardineshire. Feb. 1. At Linlithgow, Alexander Learmonth, 13. At Bellemont, Trelawny, Jamaica, Mr RoEsq. of Crossflatts, to Anne, youngest daughter of bert Willis. Thomas Spens, Esq. Collector of Excise there. Nov. 14. At Quebec, Captain John Liston, of

- At Falkirk, James Simpson, Esq. iron-mer the Brig Ann of Leith. chant, to Miss Christian, second daughter of the At Jamaica, Mr William Gray, third son of Anlate William Mungall, Esq. merchant in Falkirk. drew Gray, Esq. of Craigs.

2. George Cuming Menzies, Esq: to Marion, Dec. 23. In Chelsea, Captain Wolf, a descendant eldest daughter of the late Peter Martin, Esq. New of the late celebrated Lord Kilwarden, who fell a ington.

victim in the Irish rebellion. The captain had 3. At Portobello, Joseph Pearce, Esq. of Bre contracted habits of great eccentricity, attributed minster, Dorsetshire, captain, royal navy, to For principally to the severe loss he experienced in the bes, youngest daughter of the deceased G. M.Kay, death of his lady, to whom he had been married Esq. of Bighouse.

but six months, and who was extremely beautiful 6. The Rev. William Fortescue, second son of and accomplished. A subsequent disappointment the Hon. Matthew Fortescue, to Isabella Barclay, in his profession tended much to increase a disre second daughter of the late James Christie, Esq. of lish of all intercourse with the world; hence he Durie.

could not endure the presence of any human being. 8. At Drumsheugh-house, George Forbes, Esq. He has left extensive property, which, it is underhanker in Edinburgh, to Mary, eldest daughter of stood, goes to a nephew, who has for some years Sir John Hay, Bart.

belonged to a company of strolling players. 10. At Edinburgh, Captain Houston Stewart, 25. At his seat of Wolfsburgh, in the 56th year R. N. second son of Sir Michael Shaw Stewart of of his age, his excellency the minister of state, Greenock and Blackhall, Bart., to Martha, young Count of Schulenburg-Wolfsburg. est daughter of Sir William Miller of Glenlee, 29. At her house in Upper Berkeley-street, in Bart. one of the Senators of the College of Justice. the 94th year of her age, Mrs Scott, relict of Ed.

il. At St James'-church, London, Thomas Vis ward Scott, Esq. Scott's-hall, Kent. She was wetcount Anson, to Louisa Catherine, youngest daugh nurse to his Royal Highness the Prince Regent ; ter of the late Nathaniel Phillips, Esq. of Slebeck she has left two sons and four daughters. hall, Pembrokeshire.

Jan. 5. Alexander Dalziel, Esq. of West-Linton, 12. At Monktonhill, John Lennox, Esq. of Cat formerly of Port-Glasgow. rine holm, to Miss Jane, daughter of John Gard 6. At Glasgow, aged 86 years, Mrs Tait, relict of ner, Esq. Monktonhill.

Mr Peter Tait, printer. 15. Mr James Hume, merchant, to Martha, 8. At Huntlaw, Roxburghshire, Mrs Hannah third daughter of the late Andrew Carmichael, Robertson, wife of Mr Thomas Robertson, late far. Esq. writer, Edinburgh.

mer of Glenhornie, East Lothian. - At Perth, Mr John Archer, to Agnes, daugh 10. At Hanover-street, Edinburgh, aged 86, Mrs ter of John Malcom, Esg. collector of Excise there. Charlotte Jardine, relict of Dr Robert Walker,

- At Edinburgh, Captain Charles Sotheby, R.N. Edinburgh. to the Hon. Jane Hamilton, daughter of the late 14. At Leith, Jane Bonnyman Broadfoot, the William Lord Benhaven and Stenton.

infant daughter of Mr John Broadfoot, merchant, 16. At Edinburgh, Mr James Duncan, printer to Leith. the University of Glasgow, to Margaret, only At Hamburgh, Mr T. Stodart, merchant. daughter of Mr James Johnston, tobacconist.

15. At Windywalls, in the parish of Spronston, - At Kilgraston, Captain Lindsay, Grenadier aged 102, Alison Bruce, relict of Robert Davidson, Guards, eldest son of the Hon. Robert Lindsay of some time tenant in Sprouston-hill. She survived Balcarras, to Mary Anne, daughter of the late her husband upwards of sixty years, ani retained Francis Grant, Esq. of Kilgraston.

her faculties entire to the very last. Lately-At Benares, William Wilberforce Bird,

- At Ayr, after a short illness, Mr Alexander Esq. judge and magistrate of Benares, to Miss H. Temple, surveyor of the customs at that port, in E. Brown, second daughter of the laté Rev. David the 15th year of his age. Brown, formerly senior chaplain of the presidency 16. At Port-Glasgow, Mr Robert Henderson, of Bengal, and Provost of the College at Calcutta. surgeon there, aged 12.

At Boulogne, in rance, George Watson, Esq. 17. At Edinburgh, Roby James Farquhar, youngof the 3d (or King's own) light dragoons, to Ann est son of the late John Farquhar, Esq. of PitsPerceval, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Mar candly, Forfarshire. tyr, Esq.

19. At Summerfield, Gilbert Grierson, Esq. mer:

chant, Leith. DEATHS.

20. At Glasgow, Mr David Tait, printer.

Mr Robert Jardane, many years traveller for May 27. At Almorah, in India, James Bain, Micssrs Duftins', vinegar-makers, Edinburgh. from Elgin, surgeon in the honourable East India At New-street, Edinburgh, Mr Johu alegget, Company's service, in the 27th year of his age. merchant, aged 77.

July 19. At Allahabad, Henry Gibson, Esq. re 21. At Dirleton, Mr Thomas Bryce, farmer, sident surgeon there, eighth son of the late William aged 87. Also his son, James, at Portsmouth, on Gibson, Esq. merchant in Edinburgh.

the 25th December last, aged 17. August 12. At the fort of Callinger, in the Pre At his house, Bristo-street, Edinburgh, Mr Gecs sidency of Bengal, John Wauchope, Esq. second Cairncross, architect. son of Andrew Wauchope, Esq. of Nidrie, mari - At Montrose, James Smith, Chelsea pensioner, schal, civil anti political agent to his Excellency at the advanced age of ninety. He served at the the Governor-General of India.

siege of Beileisle and the taking of the larannah, 31. At Calcutta, Robert Pearson, Esq. merchant and was wounded in both these inemurable act ons. there.

He was a sober, honest man, and a loyal subject. Sept. 2. At Calcutta, Andrew' Anderson, Esq. of It was his boast, ainong his rustic contemporaries, the honourable East India Conipany's civil service, that, in the career of military glory, he baitutia third son of the late John Anderson, Esq. of ed what enabled him to dine every day on roost Inchyra.

and boiled like a gentleman. 4. At Mynepoonie, on the Bengal establishment, 23. At Edinburgh, Am, sccond daughter of Mr Alexander Donaldson, Esq. lientenant of the lith John Burke, vplioisterer, in the loth year of her Tegiment of native infantry, eldest son of the late age.

25. At Maryville, by Haddington, Mrs Mary 8. At Portobello, much and justly regretted, Hepburn, relict of the late Patrick Downey, Esq. Miss Anne Nicolson, sixth daughter of the late G. of Prestonpans.

Nicolson of Jerviston, Esq. - At Dunfermline, aged 59, Captain John At Crieff, Mr James Wright. Wardlaw, late of the Royal Marines, in which res At Hume, at an advanced age, Mr Thomas pectable corps he served, with unstained reputa Shephard; and, on the 10th, Isabel, his wife. tion, between 30 and 40 years.

9. At her mother's house, Nicolson-square, EdinWrecked at sea, on her passare to Aberdeen, burgh, aged 20, Martha, eldest daughter of the late Jean Inglis, aged 18, (far advanced in pregnancy,) William Renton, Esq. wife of Lieutenant' William Drumbeck, of the 10. At Barns-street, Ayr, William Logan, Esq. royal navy,

major of the late West-Lothian Fencibles. - At Edinburgh, William Gibbes, the infant - At Edinburgh, George Campbeli, Esq. late son of Harbourne Gibbes Straghan, Esq.

comptroller of the customs at Dunbar. 27. Dr Primrose Blair, physician to his Majesty's 13. Mr Michael Watson, shipbroker, Leith. fleet,

at his apartments in St Martin's-lane, London. - At Walgram, in Northamptonshire, the Rev.

At Edinburgh, George Edward, eldest son of Alexander Payne, father of the Rev. Geo. Payne, the Rev. Henry Grey.

Edinburgh. At Drummochy, in Fife, Miss Magdalene At his father's house, in Bank-street, EdinCoutts, only daughter of Mr Ebenezer Coutts. burgh, Alexander, second son of Mr Brown, solici

28. At Riccarton, James Hay, some time a sol tor-at-law. dier in the 56th regiment of foot, aged 111. He 14. John Sackeouse, aged 22, a native of the served as a soldier 36 years, and has now been 35 west coast of Greenland. years an out-pensioner of Chelsea Hospital.

15. At Lauriston-place, Edinburgh, Mary Jane, 29. At Glasgow, Captain John Maxwell, of the youngest daughter of Mr Murdoch Cunningham. 14th regiment of foot.

At Edinburgh, Jessie, the infant daughter of 30. At Cahir-house, county of Tipperary, the Mr Alexander Milne, Royal Bank. Right Hon. Richard Butler, Earl of Glengal, and At Edinburgh, Mrs Davidson of Ravelrig, one of the representative peers of Ireland. His 16. At Ashton-hall, Lancashire, in the 79th rear title devolves on his eldest son, the Hon. Richard of his age, his Grace Archibald, Duke of Hamilton Butler, Lord Viscount Cahir.

and Brandon, &c. His Grace was the second son - At her family-seat, Leslie-house, in the coun of James, Duke of Hamilton, by Elizabeth, daughty of Fife, the Right Hon. Henrietta Ann, Coun ter of Edward Spencer, Esq. He succeeded his netess of Rothes, Baroness Leslie and Ballenbreich, phew, Douglas, Duke of Hamilton, in 1799. Marin the 29th year of her age. Her ladyship has left ried, in 1765, Lady Harriot Stewart, daughter of six children (two sons and four daughters) by her Alexander, Earl of Galloway, by whom he has left husband, George Leslie of Leslie, Esq.; and is Alexander, now Duke of Hamilton; Lord Archisucceeded in her holours and estates by their eldest bald Hamilton, M.P. for Lanarkshire; the Duchess son, George William Evelyn Leslie, now Earl of of Somerset, Lady Anne, and the Countess of DunRothes, Lord Leslie and Ballenbreich.

more. The present Duke married Miss S, E. Beck- At Leith, Mr Richard Ged, jun.

ford, daughter of William Beckford of Fonthill, - Mary Carson L'Amy, eldest daughter of James Esg. by whom he has one son, William, now MarL'Amy of Dunkenny, Esq. advocate.

quis of Douglas, and a daughter. 31. At Edinburgh, Mrs Margaret Cunningham, - OP a consumption, in South St David-street, relict of the late Mr James Cunningham, writer, St Andreu 's-square, Mrs Jane Bland, of Frederick Edinburgh.

street, Edinburgh. At Leith, William Lanigan, gumper, royal - At Leith, Mr Robert Craig, intendant of the navy.

police of that town. At Portobello, Mrs Creelman, wife of Wil. At Edinburgh, Simon Frazer, Esq. late of liam Creelman, Esq.

the ordnance-department in the island of Bermuda. - At Irvine, the Rev. John Duncan, minister 17. Mrs Agnes Murray, spouse of Mr John Panof Ardrossan, in the 71st year of his age, and 30th ton, Knock yinill, Aberdeenshire. of his ministry.

- At Edinburgh, of an inflammation in the Feb. 1. At 'Hawkhead, Renfrewshire, Lady Eli liver, George Ranken, Esq. late superintendant zabeth Boyle, second daughter of the Earl of Glas surgeon on the Bengal establishment. gow.

At his house, Bromley, Kent, in the 74th year - At Edinburgh, Mrs Susan Smith, relict of Mr of his age, William Walmisley, Esq. nearly 20 David Buchan, General Post-Office, Edinburgh, years clerk of the papers of the House of Lords.

At Dumfries, in the 91st year of her age, Mrs Lately-At Notter, near Landrake, LieutenantIsabella Kelburn, relict of Mr Allan M'Lachlan, Colonel O'Docherty, of the royal marines, one of printer and bookseller.

the most eccentric characters, perhaps in England. 2. At Glasgow, John Riddell, M.D. a gentleman At Garlieston, Wigtonshire, Mr John Dunsmore, well known in the literary world.

miller, at an advanced age, leaving property to the - In Wimpole-street, London, Jane, eldest amount of £14,000, the whole of which he acquirdaughter of the late Robert Arbuthnot, Esq. of ed at Garlieston. He was confined only three weeks. Edinburgh.

In his desk were found eleven hundred pounds, 3. At Castle-street, Edinburgh, in the 17th year packed up with old iron, nails, &c.; he kept the of his age, Andrew, third son of the late James key of his treasure under his head till he expired. Tod of Deanstoun, Esq.

By the last arrivals from Madras, accounts have - Mrs Jean Auchinleck, spouse of Mr Ninian been received of the death of Major-General James Richard Cheyne, St John-street, Edinburgh. Innes, third son of the deceased John Innes of

4. At Edinburgh, Thomas Young, only son of Edingight, Esq. in the county of Banff. Mr William Young, Stamp-office.

At her residence in Hill-street, Berkeley-square, At Edinburgh, Mrs Kirkhom, late of Brump the Dowager Countess of Sefton. Her ladyship ton, Middlesex.

was in the 71st year of her age; she had been ill - At Cheetwood, Lancashire, James Banks Ro about three months. binson, late of the royal navy, in his 71st year. He At London, Major-General John Wilson, colonel was 50 years in his Majesty's service, and fought in of the late 4th Ceylon regiment. twelve general engagements, among which were At his seat, Thorpe-lee, Surrey, in the 67th year those of the Nile and Trafalgar, when he acted as of his age, Sir Henry Tempest, Bart. of Tongpilot to the fleet. He commenced his career with hall, county of York, and Hope-end, county of the celebrated Bruce, and was one of the desperate Hereford, the last branch of the very ancient fa. few who carried up the bowl of punch, and sacri mily of the Tempests of Tong.. ficed to Bacchus, on the top of Pompey's Pillar, At Toulouse, Marguerite Reinaud, at the age of 7. At Edinburgh, Jane Gordon Peterkin; and

117 years.

She was born in 1701, was married in on the 9th, James Charles Peterkin, youngest 1721, and became a widow in 1735. She had lived children of the late James Peterkin, Esq. of free from infirmities, and preserved to the last me. Grange,

ment the full use of her faculties.

ones, 28.


ACADEMICAL Institution, on the prospects Blue mountains of Jamaica, account of an
of a new one at Edinburgh, 217.

ascent to the summit of, 654.
Acber II. the Great Mogul, account of, 121. Books, notices of reprints of curious old
Acted Drama in London, notices of, No.
VII. 443.- No VIII. 708.

Böttiger, translation from the German of,
Administration, on the present state of the, 42, 164.

Brahmin Rammohun Roy, on the English
Africa, hints concerning the colonization of, writings of, 141.

Breakwaters of Plymouth Sound, and of
Ægina marbles, remarks on the, 420.

Civita Vecchia, 561.
Alkali, vegetable, discovery of a new, 100. Bride of Corinth, a poem, from Goëthe, 688.
Alps, sketches of scenery in the, 582. Bruges, the Minstrel of, 5.
America, on the means of education and Brutus, a tragedy, critique of, 445.

state of learning in the United States of, Bürger, translation froin, 405.
546. - Medical profession, 550.— The Burns and the Ettrick Shepherd, compari-
bar, 551.- Divinity, 552.-Libraries, ib. son of the genius of, 52). That of Burns
-Professors in universities the only body moulded and coloured by his agricultural
of men of letters in, 641.--The bar and life, 524.- The Ettrick Shepherd full of
the senate, 642.-Peculiar character of wild enthusiasm towards external nature,
American eloquence, 643.- The clergy, which formed a sınall part of the poetical
644.— Philosophers and poets, 646. character of Burns, 527,
Science and arts, 647.

Callender, Mr, of Craigforth, his notes on
American sea serpent, account of, 100. Milton, 658.
Caught by Captain Rich, 489.

Campaign of 1815, remarks on General
Amsterdam, the Mad Banker of, canto V. Gourgaud's account of the, 220,
563.-Canto VIII. 729.

Campbell, Archibald, author of a voyage
Ancient city, remains of discovered near round the world, notice of, 437.
Inverness, 101.

Campbell's Specimens of English Poetry,
literature, on the revival of a taste 696.-Langlande, 702. -Chaucer, 703.
for our, 264.

Elizabethan Age, 704.-Spenser, 705.
Anecdote, singular one, 330.

Marlowe and Peele, 706.
Anecdotes of Garrick and Barry, 52. Candide of Voltaire, remarks on, 155.
Angels, Blessed, extract from Heywood's Carbonic acid gas, to prevent suffocation
Hierarchy of, 171.

by, 239.
Antar, remarks on the romance of, 385. Carriages without horses, account of, 237.
Appointments, promotions, &c. 114, 245, Catacombs, horrific description of a night
379, 505, 634, 766.

among the, 19.
Arabians and Persians, on the trade &c. of, Catalogue of pictures at Augsburg, 318.

during the middle ages, 135, 292, 460. Cave, description of a huge one in America,
Arctic regions, Barrow's chronological his 103.
tory of voyages to the, 187.

Censorship, literary, remarks on, 176.
Aristophanes, unpublished translation of, Ceres, the complaint of, (from the German

of Schiller) 161.
Ascent to the south needle of Chammouni, Chammouni, ascent to the South needle of,

account of, 180.-To the blue mountains 180.
of Jamaica, 654.

Character and manners of the Tyrolese, 585.
Asteria, a Roman lady of the fourth cen Chateau of Coppet, the, 198, 277.

tury, description of her dressing-box, 47. Christophe, the black Emperor of Hayti,
Athenæus, selections from, 23, 413, 666. account of, 130.
Augsburg, catalogue of pictures at, 318. Civita Vecchia, breakwater of, 561.
Auncient Waggonere, the rime of, by En. Cod, discovery of a great bank of, 99.-
sign Odoherty, 571.

Description of, 487.
Automaton chess-player, exhibiting in Lon Colonization of Africa, hints respecting, 652.
don, account of an, 579.

Colours, comparison of the beauty of sounds
Balfour, Dr, of Glasgow, character of the with that of, 178.
late, 252.

Commercial Reports, 110, 247, 373, 496,
Bankrupts, alphabetical lists of English and 629, 761.

Scotch, 112, 249, 375, 503, 633, 763. Congelation, limit of, 99.
Barrow, Mr, analysis of his history of voy. Corinth, the Bride of, a poem, 688.
ages to the Arctic Regions, 187.

Cornwall, transactions of the Royal Geolo-
Belzoni's researches in Egypt, account of, gical Society of, 363.

234...On his removal of Memnon's head Crusades, remarks on the, (from the Ger-
from Thebes, 417.

man of Schlegel) 303.
Births, lists of, 116, 251, 380, 508, 636, Dandy Club, the, a pantomime, performed

in London, account of, 418.

Deaths, lists of, 117, 252, 381, 509, 637, Gourgaud, General, on his account of the

campaign of 1815, 220.
. in Paris, during 1817, 489. Gray the poet, letter of, to Count Algarotti,
Delhi, modern history of the city of, 121.

Destruction of the Val de Bagne, account Greece, remarks on the present state of civi.
of the, 87.

lization in, 513.-Effect of the late war
D’Israeli, Mr, review of his work on the in kindling a spirit of independent feel-
literary character, 14.

ing among the Greeks, 518.Cannot now
Domestic Letters of the Earl of Rochester, retrograde in civilization, 520.

Greenland, on the temperature of, 234.
Dragoon, a heavy, remarks on poems by, Guidi, translation from the Italian of, 162.

Gurney's visit to the prisons of Scotland, ob-
Drama, acted, in London, notices of, No. servations on, 603. His account of the
VII. 443.No VIII. 708.

Jail and Bridewell of Edinburgh, 606.
Dramatists, essays on the early English Hayti, interesting account of, 130.
ones, No VI. 66.

Heights, measurement of, by barometer, 99.
Dressing-room of a rich Roman lady, scenes Heywood's hierarchy of blessed angels, ex-
in, 42, 164.

tract from, 171.
Dressing-box of a Roman lady of the fourth Hills, height of, in Scotland, 99.
century, description of, 47.

Holland, New, letter from Lieut. King, on
Edinburgh, remarks on the new academical his survey of, 286.

institution at, 217.-On the medical Horæ Cantabrigienses, 63.
schools of Dublin and, 439.—Proposed Horæ Historicæ, No II., 600.
horticultural and academical institution Horticultural and botanical institution at
at, 488.- Account of the jail and bride Edinburgh, prospectus of the, 488.
well of, 606.

Hot weather, remarks on the late, 157.
Edith and Nora, a pastoral poet's dream, Human Life, a poem, review of, 553.

Nature, remarks on the capacities
Education in the United States, on the of, 649.

means of, 546..Defect in the system of, Hume, Patrick's, notes on Milton, 658.

Jamaica, ascent to the summit of the Blue
Naval, remarks on, 345.

Mountains of, 654.
Egypt, Belzoni's researches in, 234. Jerry, St, the Eve of, by Ensign Odoherty,
English Dramatists, essays on the early, 66. 569.

Politics, Scheffer's essay on, 432. India, mineralogy of, 599.
Opera, notices of the, 715.

Instrument, notice of one to hear by the
Essays on the early English Dramatists, 66. eye and see by the ear, 442.

On the trade of the Arabians and Per. Insurrection of the Tyrolese in 1809, ac-
sians, during the middle ages, 135, 292, count of, 585.
460.-On the Lake School of poetry, Interlude, account of a religious one per-

formed at the Carnival in Rome, 452.
Esquimaux, account of a tribe of, discover Islam, the revolt of, a poem, observations
ed by the Isabella and Alexander, 339.

account of the late John Sack. Kalendar, Perpetual, notice of a, 694.
eouse, the, 656.

Kater, Captain, account of his new method
Ettrick Shepherd, the, and Burns, com of measuring the length of the pendulum,
parative view of the genius of, 521.

Eve of St Jerry, by Ensign Odoherty, 569. Kempf herhausen, translations from the Ger-
Everard, Edward Cape, memoirs of, 51. man of, 396, 735.
Exmoor Courtship, a dramatic pastoral, 530. Knebelite, account of a mineral so named,
Expedition to the North Pole, account of 237.

the, 95.--Letter from an officer concern- .Knowledge, of its effects upon society, 80.
ing the, 193.

Krudener, Madame, a German fanatic, ac-
Fascinating power of serpents, example of, count of, 609.

Lake School of Poetry, essays on, 257.
Fortune (from the Italian of Guidi) 162. Lakes, letters from the, 396, 735.
France, extracts from a tour through, in Lambert, Jonathan, account of his taking
1818, 594.

sovereign possession of the island of Tris-
Franklin, Dr, the only American philoso tan d'Acunha, 280. Interesting letter

pher, whose discoveries have benefited from, 282.
mankind, 646.

Landaff, the late Bishop of, on the Edin.
Funds, public, on the principles of the, 55, burgh Reviewer's account of, 34.

Lauerwinkel, Baron von, remarks of, on
Garrick, anecdotes of, 52.

the poetry of Thomas Moore, 1.
Gas, discovery of a new inflammable, 100. Lausanne, letters from, 198, 277.
Genethliaca Venetian, 62.

Learning, state of, in America, 546.
Glorvina's Warning, 720.

Letter of Gray the poet to Count Algarotti,
Goëthe, on the critique of his life in the 38.

Edinburgh Review, 211.- Translation of the Hon. Horace Walpole, 40,-
from, 688.

Unpublished one, 148.

on, 475.

emperor, 130.

Letter of the Emperor of Morocco to Natural History, inaccuracies of poets in,
Queen Anne, 41,

concerning Hayti, and its black Naval Education, remarks on, 345.

Newcastle, Duchess of, remarks on her
to Professor Pictet, on ascents to poems and plays, 309.
Mont Blanc, &c., 180.

Northern Herculaneum, searches for a, in
from an officer concerning the pelar Sanda, 101.
expedition, 193.

North Pole, account of the expedition to,
on the present state of administra-

95.-Letter from an officer concerning it,
tion, 201.

from Lieut. King, on his survey of North-west passage, progress of the expedi-
New Holland, 286.

tion sent in search of it under Captain
-s of Dr Sternstare, on the national Ross, 338.-Their discovery of a new
character of the Scots, 328, 430.

tribe of Esquimaux, 339.
from Lausanne, 198, 277.

Novel-writing, thoughts on, 394,
from the Lakes, 396, 735.

Observations on the English writings of the
Literary and Scientific Intelligence, 99, Brahmin Rammohun Roy, 141.-On the
234, 359, 487, 622, 753.

critique of Goethe's life in the Edinburgh
Literary Censorship, remarks on, 176. Review, 211.-On the Revolt of Islam,
Literary Premium, proposed one, 336. a poem, 475.-On Gurney's visit to the
Literature, ancient, on the revival of a taste prisons of Scotland, 603.-On Peter's
for, 264.

Letters to his Kinsfolks, 612.
Ludlow, General, monument of, in Swit- Odoherty, Ensign, life and writings of, con-
zerland, 334.

tinued, 320.-Note from him to the Edi.
Mackenzie, Lieut., account of his system of tor, 567.-His garland, in honour of Mrs

the weather in the British islands, 84. Cook, the great, and other poems, 568.
Macneill, Hector, account of the life of, 273. Old Books, reprints of curious ones, 28.
Mammoth cave of Indiana, description of Opera, the English, No I. 715.
the, 103.

Painting, Statuary, Poetry, Politics, and
Manners and character of the Tyrolese, 585. Pugilism, on the connexion between, 722.
Marriages, lists of, 117, 251, 381, 509, Paris, account of a night in the catacombs
636, 767.

of, 19,-Deaths there in 1817, 489.
Medical instrument, account of a new one, Parisiana, 560.

Parisina, the story of, 411.
Medical Schools of Dublin and Edinburgh, Pasquinades on the late French ministry,
remarks on, 439.

Memnon's Head, on its removal from The Pastoral Life, narrative illustrative of, 663.

bes to Alexandria, by M. Belzoni, 417. Pendulum, Captain Kater's method of
Memoirs of Edward Cape Everard, the come measuring the length of the, 182.
dian, 51.

Perpetual Kalendar, notice of a, 694.
Memoirs written in the fifteenth century, 407. Persians and Arabians, on the trade of, with
Mental Impressions, on the indestructibili. Russia and Scandinavia, in the middle
ty of, 690.

ages, 135, 292, 460.
Meridian, measurement of an arc of, in Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk, observations
India, 753.

on, 612.-Peter's account of the Whigs
Metaphysics, on the decline of a taste for, of Edinburgh, 614._Of the state of edu-

cation there, 616.-His account of his
Meteorological Reports, 109, 246, 377, 495, visit to Glasgow, ard entertainment there,
628, 759.

618.0f the university of Glasgow, 620.
Meteorological observations, abstract of, for Farther strictures on, 745.—The gaye.
1818, 472.

ties of Edinburgh, ib. His sketches of
Mineral called Knebelite, account of, 237. some of the ornaments of the bar, 748.-
Mineralogical chemistry, 622.

Mr John Clerk, ib.-Mr Cranstoun, 750.
Mineralogy of India, 599.

-Mr Jeffrey, 751.
Minerals, new ones, 622.

Phillips, Charles, remarks on his speech in
Minstrel, the, of Bruges (concluded), 5.

refutation of the remarks of the Quarterly
Milton, Hume and Callender's notes on, Review, 213.

Pictet, Professor, of Geneva, his account of
Mogul, the Great, account of, 121.

the destruction of the Val de Bagne, 87.
Mont Blanc, and the South Needle of Pictures at Augsburg, catalogue of, 318.

Chammouni, account of an ascent to, Platinum, method of purifying, 489.

Plymouth Sound, the breakwater there,
Moore, Thomas, remarks on his poetry, 1.

More, Sir Thomas, remarks on Roper's life Poems and Plays by the Duchess of New.
of, 28.

castle, remarks on, 309.
Morocco, letter of the Emperor of, to Queen by a Heavy Dragoon, remarks on,
Anne, :,

Narrative illustrative of Pastoral Life, 663. Poetry—The Prisoner's Prayer to Sleep,
National character of the Scots, Dr Stern 13.-Verses to Lady Anne Scott, 74.-
stare's, letters on the, 328, 430.

Edith and Nora, a pastoral poet's dream,

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