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Natural Philosophy-Geology, No. I.
The Contrast, by the Rev. Charles Wolfe
The Flibustier, a Tale of the Seventeenth Century
Horæ Academicæ, No. J. and II.
Letter to the Editor on College Reform
The Unknown, by the Author of “Stories of Waterloo,"
Translations and Adaptations from Berenger
Song—“ Bonnie are the Braes”—by R. Gilfillan
The Lawyer's Last Brief, Chap. III. and IV.
Lines upon a Seal, having a Scull for the device
Hints from High Places, No. II.
Review O'Sullivan's Guide to an Irish Gentleman in his Search
Familiar Epistles from London— No. IV.
A Trip to the Falls of Tequendama
Goethe's Posthumous works, No. I. Faust
An Excursion in the County of Cavan
The Condemned Soldier, by the Author' of “Stories of Waterloo,”
The Church Establishment in Ireland
Review of Lady Morgan's “Dramatic Scenes from Real Life,"
The Reform Ministry and the Reformed Parliament
Recent Confession of the Devil to a Renowned Statesman and Con-
Review-Life and Remains of Dr. Phelan
Sir Jonah Barrington's Character of the Irish Peasantry
Henri Arnaud and the Vaudois at the Pass of Salabertrand
Song—" Here in this lonely Cave,"
Adventures in South America, No. III.- The Nunnery
My First Steeple Chase, by the Author of “Wild Sports of the
Willie and Pate ; a County Down Pastoral
A Dialogue between the Head and Heart of an Irish Protestant
Crisis of the Battle of Waterloo
A Few Words on General Politics
Signs of the Times--Political State and Prospects of Ireland
The Dead Boxer ; an Irish Legend
Review—" The Duchess of Berri in La Vendée,” by General Der-
Notes of a Tour through Palestine—Chap I. and II.
Mignon's Song in Remembrance of Italy, by Mrs. Hemans
DIRECTIONS FOR PLACING THE PLATEA.
THE COMING CRISIS, AN HISTORICAL STUDY
TURKEY AND GREECE-THE SULTAN AND CAPO D'ISTRIAS
CHIVALROUS ROMANCES OF THE GERMANS, by HERR ZANDER,
ENIGMA, by the Right Hon. R. B. SHERIDAN
THE COURT MARTIAL, a Tale of Portugal
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION, No. II.
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.
Our contributors are requested to observe, that all articles designed for publication in the pages of the Dublin University Magazine, must be forwarded on or before the 8th of the month preceding that in which they are intended to appear.
The versification of Ossian's Comala shall appear in our next number; we hope to hear shortly from the same quarter.
We unintentionally omitted in our last Notices to Correspondents the answer to H. B. We shall be most happy to hear from him in any of the departments mentioned in his note. It would be very desirable to have a continuation of the paper which he last enclosed to us.
We must decline, with many thanks for his good feeling, the lines of T. L. Macclesfield. Also the stanzas by Zeta.
The translation by Z. evinces a degree of ability of which we should gladly avail ourselves, if otherwise applied.
The translations by Victus are not equal to those which have already appeared in our pages from the same author.
The Address to Spring; Lines by M. S., and an Essay on the Genius of Greek Tragedy have been received.
We should feel obliged by the immediate restoration of the article which a few days since was so unhandsomely withdrawn by its present, we much regret, unknown possessor.