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Agatha's Husband, a Novel, reviewed, 619.
Alderman Ralph ; or, the History of the
Borough and Corporation of Willowacre,
by Adam Hornbook, reviewed, 623.
Allingham, W., Autumnal Sonnet, 561.
Alps, the Savoy, a Day in, 416.
Arnold, Edwin, Poems, Narrative and Lyri-
cal, reviewed, 253.
Aungier-street; an Account of some Strange
Disturbances in an Old House in, 727.
Austin, Wiltshire Stanton, Jun., B.A., and
John Ralph, M.A., Lives of the Poets
Laureate, with an Introductory Essay on
the Title and Office, reviewed, 445.
Babylon und Jerusalem, ein Sendschreiben
mit einer Nachscrift an Ida, Gräfin Hahn-
Hahn, reviewed, 184.
Ballinasloe Fair, 628.
Balzac, the Daisy, a Sonnet from the French,
Battle, the, of Lough Swilly, A.D. 1258, a
Bee, the Wild, of Lough Derg, 113.
Belisarius, Character of, in comparison with
the Duke of Marlborough, 135.
Benu, Mary, the Solitary, or a Lay from the
West, with other Poems in English and
Latin, reviewed, 261.
Blaze, Henri, Modern French Poet, Speci-
men of, 704.
Broomhill ; or, the County Beauties, a Novel,
Carrot, the, 34.
Cockton, Henry, Percy Effingham; or, the
Germ of the World's Esteem, reviewed,
Cocquiel, M. de, Industrial Education in
England, a Report to the Belgian Govern-
ment, translated by Peter Berlyn, review-
Collins, Mortimer, Songs for Summer-A
Bath—A Pic-nic, 105; A Day-Dream,
106; Lotos-eating, 107.
Cow Hunt, the, a Tale of Former Times in
Crown, the, and the Dagger, a Tale of the
Third Crusade, 216.
Cucumber, the, 36.
Dante's Divine Comedy, the Purgatory,
translated in the original ternary rhyme,
by C. B. Cayley, B.A., reviewed, 271.
Dante's Divine Comedy, the Inferno, a literal
prose translation, with the text of the
original, collated from the best Editions,
and Explanatory Notes, by John A. Car-
lyle, M.D., reviewed, 272.
Day, a, in the Savoy Alps, 416.
De Saulcy, F., Narrative of a Journey round
the Dead Sea, and in the Bible Lands in
1850 and 1851, reviewed, 365.
Dinner, a, of Herbs, 31.
Dixon, Lieut. Col. C. J., Sketch of Mair.
wara, reviewed, 69.
Dream, the, of Ravan, a Mystery, Part I.,
475; Part II., 578; Part III., 673.
Dying Husband, the, 109.
Ebrard, Dr. Aug., Wo ist Babel? Send-
schreiben an Ida, Gräfin Hahn-Hahn, re-
Ellesmere, Lord, Life and Character of the
Duke of Wellington, a Discourse, review-
Erasmus, Readings from the Colloquies of,
Cabbage, the, 31.
Campbell, Calder, the Three Trials of Loide,
Flowers, the, of the Affections, 276.
Foster, Mrs. W., Lady Marion; or, a Sister's
Love, reviewed, 626.
France : Past and Present; a few desultory
Notes on Paris, with a glance at what
was doing there in August last, and
thoughts on many changes, 429.
French Poets, the Modern, Half-an-hour
Cave, by A. S. F.—The False One, by
J. S.-Spartacus, by S. A. B.-In Me-
moriam, Angels' Footsteps, by Mara -
Sorrow on the Sea, by R. C., 383.
Legends of the Infants of Lara, 36.
Legouvé, Ernest, Modern French Poet, Spe-
cimen of, 706.
Lettuce, the, 42.
Limbos, Narrative of an Excursion to the,
in Spiritual Company, 570; A Second
Flight, or a Visit to Hobby-land, 666.
Lorenzo Benoni, or Passages in the Life of
an Italian, reviewed, 158.
Lough-Swilly, the Battle of, A.D. 1258, a
Lucan, Patrick Sarsfield, Earl of, a Biogra-
Garrick Club, a Peep at the Dramatic Gal-
lery of the, 643.
Gay, Fables de, traduites en vers Français,
par le Chevalier de Chatelain, reviewed,
Grattan, Thomas Colley, our Portrait Galle-
ry, No. LXXI., 658.
Guizot on the Fine Arts, their nature, and
relations, translated with the assistance of
the Author, by George Grove, with Illus-
trations on wood, by George Scharf, Jun.,
Hahn-!Jahn, Gräfin, Von Babylon nach Je-
rusalem (From Babylon to Jerusalem),
Hall, Col. Henry, Labours of, in Mairwara,
Haydon, Life of Benjamin Robert, Historical
Painter, from his Autobiography and
Journals, edited and compiled by Tom
Taylor, of the Inner Temple, Esq., re-
Hebrews, on the Ancient Music of the, in
general, and their Temple Music in par-
ticular, Part II., 21.
Herbert, Jane Emily, lone's Dream and
other Poems, reviewed, 259.
Herbs, a Dinner of, 31.
Heroes Ancient and Modern, No. V., Beli-
sarius and Marlborough, 135.
Hincks, Rev. Edward, D.D., Reading of the
Nimrûd Obelisk, 420.
Hobby-land, a Visit to, by the Author of
the Falcon Family, 666.
Hop-Garden, the, or a Kentish Academus;
a Fantasia, 173.
Magnire, J. F., M.P., the Industrial Move-
ment in Ireland, reviewed, 757.
Margaret Floreff, 313.
Marlborongh, Duke of, His Character Com-
pared with Belisarius, 135.
Maurel, Jules, “The Duke of Wellington,"
translated by Lord Ellesmere, reviewed, 2.
Meath, Joseph H., Bishop of, Our Portrait
Gallery, No. LXX., 562.
Monks, the, of Kilcrea, a Ballad Poem, re-
Muffling, Baron von, Passages from My
Life, together with Memoirs of the Cam-
paign of 1813 and 1814, reviewed, 2.
Museum of Irish Industry, 230.
Music, the Ancient, of the Hebrews, Part II.
Mystics, a Night with the, 495.
National Education in Ireland, 245.
Newman, F. W., the Odes of Horace trans-
lated into unrhymed Metres, with Intro.
duction and Notes, reviewed, 268.
Nimrûd Obelisk, the, by the Rev. Edward
Hincks, D.D., 420.
November, Rhymes for, by Feardana - Hol-
landtide - The Oaks at Gleneigh-Song of
the Fairy Captive–The Waterfall, 608.
Ireland, Industrial Condition of, Considered,
Irish Rivers, No. IX., The Suir, Part I.,
208 ; Part II., 323; No. X., The Tolka,
Irwin, T., The Forge, 639,
Jukes, J. Beete, Popular Physical Geology,
Lancashire Learning, No. I., Shall the Poor
Ossory and Ferns, a Speech delivered by the
Lord Bishop of, on Thursday, April 15,
1852, reviewed, 245.
O'Sullivan, Remains of Rev. Samuel, D.D.,
Specimens of the Poetry of Sá de Miranda,
Portuguese Poet, 687–694; Claire, from
the French of Henri Blaze, 704; The
Two Mothers, from the French of Ernest
Legouvé, 706; Ths Daisy, a Sonnet, from
the French of Balzac, 709; To H -
734 ; Song of Life, 736.
Portuguese Olive, Leaves from the ; No. IV.,
Sá de Miranda, 683.
Potato, the, 41.
Pea, the, 36.
Playfair, Lyon, Lecture on the National
Importance of studying Abstract Science,
with a view to the healthful Progress of
Industry; Lecture on the Industrial In-
struction on the Continent, reviewed, 295.
Poe, Edgar Allan, Poetical Works of, with a
Notice of his Life and Genius, by James
Hanney, Esq., reviewed, 88.
Poems and Essays; or, a Book for the
Times, by Dalmocand, reviewed, 263.
Poetry. - The Contented Man, from the
German of Johann Martin Miller, 33;
The Dying Poet to his Wife, from the
Italian of Redaelli, 34; In Memoriam,
M. E. M., 35; The Lament of Gonzalo,
from the Spanish, 40; The Maid of the
Valley, from the Irish, 41; On an Eagle
standing on the tomb of a Young Warrior,
from the Greek of Antipater, 44 ; To-
gether, M. E. M., 45; Songs for Summer
-A Bath-A Pic-Nic, by Mortimer Col-
lins, 105; A Day-Dream, by Mortimer
Collins, 106 ; Lotos-eating, by Mortimer
Collins, 107; The Last Retrospection, by
Tiny, 107; A Summer Eve Landscape,
by J. A., 109; The Dying Husband,
109; To the British and Irish Telegraph,
111; The Wild Bee of Lough Derg, 113;
Noontide, a Chant, 129; Noontide, a
Glee, 129; The Leaf on the Stream, 130;
Youth, 131; Evening, 132; A Spinning-
wheel Song, 133; O Lovely Night, 134;
To S. (in the Himalayas), 207 ; Oh! how
I long again to View, by W. S. Shipley,
244; The Short-lived Rose, from the
French of the Abbé de la Chassagne, 278;
Sonnet, from the Italian of Angelo Pog-
gesi, 280; The Forget-me-not, from the
German of Muchler, 283; To the Speed-
well, 283; Lines on receiving a faded
Pansy in a letter from a Young Lady in a
distant country, 286; The Soldier's Rest,
288; The Ring taken from the Dead,
289; Pastoral, from the Spanish, 290;
The Song of a Captive, from the Spanish
of Zorrilla, 292; Lines, 294 ; The Flow-
ers of the Tropics, by Denis Florence
M'Carthy, 383; On the Death of General
Sir Charles Napier, by W. Allingham,
384; Dominick's Cave, by A. S. F., 385;
The False One, by J. S., 387; Spartacus,
by S. A. B., 387; In Memoriam-Angels'
Footsteps, 388 ; Sorrow on the Sea, by
R. C., 390 ; Scripture Pieces, by S. F. A.C.,
427, 732; Carmen Mysticum J. F. Slings-
bei in laudem Artis Musicæ, 490 ; Artist's
Song, 503 ; Song, 507; The Battle of
Lough Swilly, A.D. 1258, 533 ; Autum-
nal Sonnet, by W. Allingham, 561; Hol-
landtide, 608; The Oaks at Gleneigh,
609; Song of the Fairy Captive, 610;
The Waterfall, 610; Winter, by Jona-
than Freke Slingsby, 637; There's a
Lining of Silver to every Cloud, by Jona-
than Freke Slingsby, 637; Winter, by
Caledonia, 638; The Forge, by T. Irwin,
639 : The Olden Time, by Tiny, 641 ;
Ravan, the Dream of, a Mystery, Part I.,
475; Part II., 578; Part III., the Ka-
matur Rakshas, and the Supernatural
Reade, Charles, Esq., Christie Johnstone, a
Novel, reviewed, 626.
Report of the Committee of the Society of
Arts on Industrial Instruction, reviewed,
Report (Second) of the Commissioners for
the Exhibition of 1851, reviewed, 295.
Retrospection, the last, 107.
Reviews Private Journal of F. S. Larpent,
Esq., Judge Advocate General of the Bri-
tish Forces in the Peninsula, 2 ; Passages
from My Life, together with Memoirs of
the Campaign of 1813 and 1814, by Ba-
ron von Muffling, 2; Three Years with
the Duke of Wellington in Private Life,
by an ex-Aid-de-Camp, 2; the Duke of
Wellington, by Jules Maurel, translated
by Lord Ellesmere, 2 ; Life and Character
of the Duke of Wellington, a Discourse
delivered by Lord Ellesmere, 2 ; Solitary
Rambles and Adventures of a Hunter in
the Prairies, by John Palliser, 47; Sketch
of Mairwara, by Lieut.-Col. C. J. Dixon,
Bengal Artillery, 69; the Poetical Works
of Edgar Allan Poe, with a Notice of his
Life and Genius, by James Hanney, Esq.,
88; Poems, by Alexander Smith, 96;
Lorenzo Benoni,or Passages in the Life
of an Italian, 158; Von Babylon nach
Jerusalem, von Ida Gräfin Hahn-Hahn,
184; Babylon und Jerusalem, ein Send-
schreiben mit-einer Nachschrift an Ida
Gräfin Hahn-Hahn, 184; Wo ist Babel ?
Sendschreiben an Ida Gräfin Hahn-Habn,
von Dr. Aug. Ebrard, 184; a Speech deli-
vered by the Lord Bishop of Ossory and
Ferns, on Thursday, April 15, 1852, 245;
Poems, Narrative and Lyrical, by Edwin
Arnold, 253 ; the Monks of Kilcrea, a
Ballad Poem, 256 ; Ione's Dream and
other Poems, by Jane Emily Herbert,
269; Thomas à Becket and other Poems,
by Patrick Scott, 260; the Solitary, or a
Lay from the West, with other Poems in
English and Latin, by Mary Benn, 261 ;
Poems and Essays, or a Book for the
Times, by Dalmocand, 263 ; Poems,
Essays, and Opinions, &c., by Alfred
Bate Richards, Esq., 263; the Three
Trials of Loide, and other shor: Poems,
by Calder Campbell
, 264; the Village
Pearl, a Domestic Poem, with miscella-
neous Pieces, by John Crawford Wilson,
266 ; the Crucifixion, by John Ritchie, Mrs. W. Foster, 626; Christie Johnston, by
267, the Odes of Horace, translated into Charles Reade, Esq., 626; the Industrial
unrhymed metres, with Introduction and Movement in Ireland, as illustrated by the
Notes, by F. W. Newman, 268 ; Dante's National Exhibition of 1851, by John F.
Divine Comedy — the Purgatory, trans- Maguire, M.P., 751 ; the Exhibition Ex-
lated in the original ternary rhyme, by C. positor, 751.
B. Cayley, 271; Dante's Divine Comedy
-the Inferno, a literal prose translation, Richards, Alfred Bate, Poems, Essays, and
with the text of the original collated from Opinions, reviewed, 263.
the best edition and explanatory Notes, Ritchie, John, The Crucifixion, reviewed, 267.
by John A. Carlyle, M.D., 272 ; Literary Rocket, 43.
Fables, from the Spanish of Yriarte, by Rockliff, Robert, Literary Fables, from the
Robert Rockliff, 273; Fables de Gay, Spanish of Yriarte, reviewed, 273.
traduites en vers Français, par le Cheva- Ruth, by the Author of Mary Barton, re-
lier de Chatelain, 274; Lecture on the viewed, 622.
National importance of studying Abstract
Science, with a view to the healthful pro- Sá de Miranda, Portuguese Poet, Notice and
gress of Industry, by Lyon Playfair, 295; Specimens of, 683.
Lecture on the Industrial Instruction on Sage, 45.
the Continent, by Lyon Playfair, 295; Sarsfield, Patrick, Earl of Lucan, a Biogra-
Industrial Education in England, a Re-
port to the Belgian Government, by M. Saulcy. See De Saulcy.
de Cocquiel, 295 ; Report of the Commit- Scott, Patrick, Thomas-à-Becket, and other
tee of the Society of Arts on Industrial Poems, reviewed, 260.
Instruction, 295 ; Second Report of the Seripture Pieces, by S. F. A. C., 427, 732.
Commissioners for the Exhibition of 1851, Shipley, W. S., “Oh! how I long again to
295 ; Lancashire Learning, No. I., Shall view," stanzas, 244.
the Poor only receive Education ? 295; Slingsby, Jonathan Freke–Midsummer Me-
Popular Physical Geology, by J. Beete lodies; Noontide, a Chant; Noontide, a
Jukes, 338; Remains of Rev. Samuel Glee; the Leaf on the Stream ; Youth;
O'Sullivan, D.D., edited by Rev. J. C. Evening; a Spinning-Wheel Song; O
Martin, D.D., and Rev. Mortimer O'Sul- Lovely Night, 127; A Night with the
livan, D.D., 350 ; Narrative of a Journey Mystics - Carmen Mysticum ; Artist's
round the Dead Sea and in the Bible Song; Song, 495 ; Winter, 637; There's
Lands, in 1850 and 1851, by F. de Saulcy, a Lining of Silver to every Cloud, 637.
Member of the French Institute, 365 ; Life Smith, Alexander, Poems of, reviewed, 96.
of Benjamin Robert Haydon, Historical Suir, the, Irish Rivers, No. IX.-Part I.,
Painter, from his Autobiography and 208 ; Part II., 323.
Journals, edited and compiled by Tom Summer Eve Landscape, à, 109.
Taylor, of the Inner Temple, Esq., 405;
The Fine Arts, their Nature and Relations, Telegraph, the British and Irish, Lines to,
by M. Guizot, translated, with the assist- 111.
ance of the author, by George Grove, with Thyme, 45.
illustrations by George Scharf, Jun., 414; Tolka, the, Irish Rivers, No. X., 391.
The Lives of the Poets Laureate, with an Truffles, 43.
Introductory Essay on the Title and Office, Turnips, 84.
by Wiltshire Stanton Austin, Jun., B.A.,
Exeter College, Oxon., and John Ralph, University Commission, the, 115.
M.A., Barrister-at-Law, 445 ; Villette,
by Currer Bell, author of Jane Eyre, Villette, by Curter Bell, Author of Jane
&c., 612; Broomhill, or the County Eyre, &c., reviewed, 612.
Beauties, a novel, 616; Agatha's Hus-
band, a novel, 619; Ruth, by the author Wellington, Memorials of, 1.
of Mary Barton, 622; Alderman Ralph, Wellington, Three Years with the Duke of,
or the History of the Borough and Corpo- in Private Life, by an ex-Aid-de-Camp,
ration of Willowacre, by Adam Hornbook, reviewed, 2.
623 ; Percy Effingham, or the Germ of Wilson, John Crawford, The Village Pearl,
the World's Esteem, by Henry Cockton, a Domestic Poem, with Miscellaneous
624 ; Lady Marion, or a Sister's Love, by Pieces, reviewed, 266.
DIRECTIONS TO THE BINDER.
Portrait of the Bishop of Meath, to face page 562.
Portrait of Thomas Colley Grattan, Esq., to face page 658.