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Book of the Passions, review of, 377 Cat's Opera at the Haymarket Theatre, 386
Books, New, noticed and quoted :

Cause of Dizziness, 332
Life of Wilberforce, 55

Caves near Maulmien, 268
Dr. Ruschenberger's narrative, 58 Celestina, 310
Mr. Dickens's Nicholas Nickleby, 60— Cemetery, North London, 289
109

Cement for mending broken vessels, 366
Fisk's Travels in Europe, 90--122— 138 Cenis, Descent of Mount, 122
Expedition in H.M.S. Terror, 91 Character and Habits of the Venezuelans, 366
Speeches of Lord Brougham, 105 Character of Lord Chatham, 335
Captain Alexander's Travels of Disco. Character of Milton, 329
very in Africa, 173

Chalmer's, (Dr.) Remarks on the Human
Lord Lindsey's Travels, 188—205–217 Eye, 117
Dr. Ure's Dictionary, 200

Channing's remarks on Buonaparte, 207
Nicholas Nickleby, 251

Cheap Living at Rome, 123
Maid of Mariendorpt, 269

Chickens, hatching artificial by steam, 200
Land Sharks and Sea Gulls, 300—315 China, the great Wall of, 252
Pictorial Edition of Shakspeare, 314 Chinese Bride, 159
The Heir of Selwood, 325

Christ Church, Newark, 98
Crotchets in the Air, 332

Description of, 98
Hazlitt's Sketches and Essays, 345 Churchwarden, a, 256
Reminiscences of South America, 366 Church of West Drayton, account and view
Lane's Arabian Nights, 374

of, 209–21)
Heads of the People, 428

Font in, 212
James's Book of the Passions, 377– Church Yard Sketches, 52
393

Clarendon, death of Lord, 144
Botany, history of, 89–130—162--212— Cockney, pre-eminently a man of business, 400
261—296-323–388

Cockney wit, 96
Bowring's, Dr., treatise on the plague, 362 Coffins, when first used, 290
- 378–395

Coffee-house Characteristics, 352
Bozrah, ruins of, 219

Coincidences, Omens, &c., 215—230
Bride, the convict's, 297

Coinage, the New, 95
Bride, a Chinese, 159

Columbus, birth-place of, 96
British Association for the Advancement of Coleridge, the poet, anecdotes of, 107
Science, 140-154

Combat of Wild Animals, 335
Bruce, Robert, where buried, 313

Comet, Encke's, 102
cast of the skull of, 314 Combustion, Spontaneous Human, 115–147
Buckinghain, Duke of, supposed discovery -195—227--276-340
of his remains, 220

Convicts, Juvenile Establishment for, at Van
Buildings, improvement in, 55

Dieman's Land, 184
Bull-baiting in Lincolnshire, 399

Convict's Bride, the, 297
Burial, a Lascar's, 250

Consolations of Religion, lines on, 114
Business, having an eye to, 336

Cooper's Opinion of Sir W. Scott, 144
Byron, Lord, the house he died in, 334 Creation, the universal, 176
Calcareous Aqueduct, a natural, 122 Coronation of Queen Victoria. I-30
Calabria, moving mountains in, 208

Preparations for, 2
Calais, history of the Courgain, 35

Order of Procession, 4
Basse Ville, 35

Interesting Scene in Westminster Ab-
Ham, or Hammes, 35

bey, 7
Guines, town of, 35

The ceremony of the Recognition, 18
Interview of Henry VIII. and Francis The spur and sword, and the oblation
I. at the Cloth of Guld Field, 36

of the sword,
Ardres, 36

The sword for the offering, 23
Green, 36

Description of the new State Crown, 24
Cambridge, King's Chapel at, 398

Tickets and seats, prices of, 24
Canadian Thistle, the, 48

Public celebrations, 25
Cant and Hypocrisy, remarks on, 346

Miscellanea, 26
Canterbury Cathedral, medal of, 360

Ode, 27
Canterbury Castle, account of, 169

Medals, 27
Capernaum, account of, 218

Musical service of the, 29
Carnac, temple of, 253

Account of Hyde Park, 25
Cares of a Secretary of State, 390

Cricg, (Mons. St.) and the smugglers, 299
Cartel, the, 409,

Cripplegate, streets in, 125
Cast of the skull of Robert Bruce, 314 Cornish Wreckers, 406
Catacombs of Malta, 85

Corsets, on the use of, 103
Catacombs, account of, 290

Costly Costume of Buonaparte, 223

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Court, a scene at, 239

Epitaph on Thomas Tipper, 384
Court, a Criininal, 175

Essay on a Sun-dial, 346
Crater of Vesuvius, description of, 123 Essex, Earl, his letters to Queen Elizabeth,
Cromwell, blessing of by his mother, 336 :

199
Crocodiles, taking of, 319

Essay on the Poetry of the People, 372
Crotchets in the Air, (Poole's) novel of, 332 Eternity, lines on, 162
Cultivation of the Vine, 248

Evil, touching for, 48
Curious Marriage Ceremony, 327

Euphrates Expedition, 96
Customs observed on Shrove-Tuesday, 399

account of, 282-329
Cutchee People, manners and customs of, 399 Exhumation of a Roman Pavement, 425
Death's Doings, 384

Extract froin Winkle's Journal, 238
Death of Lord Clarendon, 144

Extraordinary Memory, 95.
General Wolfe, 288

discovery of skeletons, 349
December, lines on, 354

phenomena, 221
Deferred Sensibility, 384

cuverns in Moravia, 270
De Stael, anecdote of Madame, 250

Eye, human, Dr. Chalmers's remarks on, 117
Description of the Crater of Vesuvius, 123 Fable, by Lord Abinger, 40
Destruction of Herne's Oak, 320

Factory, the Gobelin, 90
Description of the Regal Insignia' of the Faded Blossoms, lines on, 114
Emperor of Austria, 34

Fashions, American, 128
Descent, Mr. Hampton's, in a Parachute, 247 Fashion, essay on, 361
Description of Herat, in Persia, 295 Fatal Rhinoceros Hunt, 191
De Toni, notice of the Family of, 279

Feast of Trumpets, 235
Diary, the Dolly Dusterian, 251

Fire of London, notice of the, 149
Dibdin, Charles, memoir of, 376

Fire-works at Kenilworth Castle, 30
Difference in Elephants, 367

earliest account of, 31
Directions for forming an Herbarium, 285

on Tower-hill, 31
Discovery of the Heart of Richard Cæur de

at Mary-le-bone Gardens, 31
Lion, 303

Vauxhall Gardens, 31
Discovery, voyage of, 35I

Bermondsey Spa, 31
Disagreeable People, essay on, 346

Chinese excel in, 32
Dizziness, cause of, 332

by Sir W. Congreve, 32)
Dog, a musical, 384

account of, 30
Domestic Instinct of Birds, observations on, Fields, the Elysian, 90
121

First Play printed in England, 244
Dover Harbour, the inportance of, 220 Fisher, Elias, history of, 170
Dramatic Representations, on the rise and Fisk’s Travels in Europe, 90—122—138--
fall of, 243—266

156
Dream, a singular, 373

Florentine Mosaic, manufacture of the, 123,
Drinkwater, Col., his account of the Siege Flower Gardens of the Ancients, 46
of Gibraltar, 43

Folly of Idolatry, 86
Drogheda, Beggars in, 158

Forgery, profitable, 96
Drunkenness, on, 256

Francia, Dr., life of, 83
Druids, remarks on, 367

France, national education in, 91
Dryden's fondness for Astrology, 88 French Police, the, 90
Duke of Wellington, account of the wooden Frederick II., anecdote of, 382
effigy of the, 136

Frogs, shower of, 112
Dutch, gross living of the, 174

Fry's Character of Milton, 328
Dyspepsia, remarks on, 128

Funeral Ceremonies of the Neapolitans, 123
Earl Grey's Monument at Newcastle, 306 Galilee, history of, 267
Early rising, 400

Gardens in Athens, 47
Almanacs, 411

Greece, 46
Edward I. and Eleanor, their coronation, 32

Herculaneum, 48
Edward VI, never crowned, 1

Persia, 46
Effective Preaching, 43

Gaunt, John of, his house, 41
Egyptians, tombs of the, 264

George III., character of, by Lord Brougham,
Egyptian Doctrines, 206

107
Egypt, account of, 189

Gibraltar, siege of, 41
religious state of, 205

Glass, stained and painted, 287
Eleanor, wife of Henry 111., her corona-

on the early use of, 270
tion, 32

Gleanings from “ Cogitations of a Vaga-
Elephants, difference in, 367

bond,” 302
Encke's Comet, 102

Gnu, Koap, account of the, 367
England, on the Superstitions of the people God, knowledge of a, 352
of, 98

Gobelin Factory, 90

Golconda, account of, 197

Hyde Park on the day of the coronation of
Golden Reasons why Nations should not go Queen Victoria, description of, 25
to War, 144

Hymn in Harvest-time, 411
Grave, Hamlet's, 278

Idolatry, folly of, 86
Graves, curious ancient, 160

Ignorance of the people, 382
Green Park, the, remarks on, 33

Improvements in buildings, 55
Green, Mr., his experimental ascent, 182 Immortality, lines on the hopes of, 162
Grey, Earl, his statue at Newcastle, 307 Indian scalp dance, 285
Great Western Railway, history of, from Influence of railways, 383
Paddington to Drayton, 210

Inigo Jones, anecdotes of, 126
Great Wall of China, 252

Ingenuity of the Cutchee people, 399
Greek Christening at Thyatira, 249 Insanity, interesting cases of, 150
Hair-powder, statistics of, 272

Interviews with Meheinet Ali, 317–333-347
Hamburg, Speil-houses at, 272

Invention of travelling carriages, 400
Hampton's, Mr., descent in a Parachute, Irish legends, 387
247

Iron crown of the Lombard kings, account,
Hatching Chickens by artificial means, 201 of, 217
Haydn, anecdote of, 381

Italian lady, the first who sang in England,
Haymarket Theatre, Cats Opera at, 386

175
Hazlett's Sketches and Essays, 345–361 James IV., head of, 125
Head of James IV., 125

Jerusalem, approach to, 217
Heads, a chapter on, 149

Jewels in the queen's crown, value of, 24
of the People, 428

Johnson, Dr., his statue at Lichfield, 273
Hebrew Tales, 86

Judges' and Sergeants' chambers, description
Heir of Selwood, novel of, 325

of, 370
Henry IV., coronation of, 32

Kemble, Life of Mrs. Charles, 198.
Henry VI., intended tomb for, 113

Kensington Gardens, description of, 37
life of, 114

King's Chapel, Cambridge, notice of, 398.
Herat, description of, 295

King of Bohemia, his regal insignia, 34.
Herbarium, directions for forming a, 285 Knights of the Garter, first historical notice
Herculaneum, gardens in, 43

of, 32.
Herne's Oak, destruction of, 320

Knowledge, on, 331.
Highgate, North London Cemetery at, 289

of the World, on the, 347.
Hill Damaras, manners of the, 205

Knout, on the punishment of the, in Russia,
Hinde, Thomas, the first printseller in Lon. 118.
don, 112

Koap Gnu, the, account of, 367.
Hindoos, trial of ordeal among, 234

Koloa, Saturday and Sunday at, 101.
Hints, useful domestic, 366

Lace made by Caterpillars, 443
History of the Organ, 320

Lacing, Stays and Tight, 103.
Celestina, 308

Lake of Arendsee, 270.
Wenlock Abbey, Shropshire, 201 Lake of Tiberius, account of, 218
Dunfermline Abbey, 313

Lament, 146.
Volcano:, 232

Lascar Burial, 250.
Galilee, 267

Leafless-tree, ode to a, 408,
the temporary Exchange, Lon. Leaves of Plants, 388.
don, 337

Legends, Irish, 387.
Hokianga Harbour, description of, 194

Letter, a Settlers, 444
Home, how to make it happy, 168

Letters from Essex to Queen Elizabeth, 199.
Honourable Moor, 269

Literature, our national, 229, 246, 259, 272,
Horse, never buy a, without looking at the

293, 309.
Saddle, 302

Leopards, method of shooting, 204.
the learned, 386

Loaf, a stale, 139.
Hot Winds, 151

Look into Life, 192.
Hour-glass at St. Alban's, Wood-street, 125 Love, a tale of, 392.
Howitt's Walk in New Forest, 39

Life of T. Allan, 308.
How do you do ? 356

Life of Dr. Marshman, 166.
Humanity in Wyr, 376

Life, Death and the Grave, lines on, 354.
Human Body, quantity of fuel required to Lincolnshire Bull-baiting, 399.
reduce to ashes, 115

Lines by Mary Queen of Scots, 324.
life, absurdities of, 223

Liverpool, fort and lighthouse at, 233.
voice, music of the, 172

Liverpool, Marine Baths at, 105.
wishes, the vanity of, 99

Description of, 105.
Hung Beef, how to cure, 366

London Cemetery, Highgate, account of, 177.
Husband, a royal, 231

London, Godwin's Churches of, 125.
Hyde Park, remarks on, 37

London in Olden Times, 303.

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London, statistics of, 383.

Murderer, death-bed scene of 135.
London Coronation Pageants, 35.

Music, Stanzas for, 371.
Lord Chatham, character of, 335.

Music of the Human Voice, 172.
Lords, conversation of, 362.

Mutineers of the Bounty, 127.
Machinery, New Theatrical, 111.

Mythology of the Ancients, 355.
Madras, view of, 345.

Myths of the Ancients, 389.
Madaine Mére, anecdote of, 381.

Namaquas, language of the, 175
Mammoth, the, 304.

dress of the, 174
Man, superiority and form of, 375.

huts of the, 204
Manners of the Hill Damaras, 205.

reed dance, 204
Mantle of Henry II., 54.

pot dance, 204
Richard I., ib.

method of shooting leopards, 204
Edward I., ib.

Narrative of the Euphrates Expedition, 282–
Henry VI., ib.

329
Manners and Customs of the Cutchee women, Naras, a new fruit, 328
399.

Narraative of an Expedition in H.M.S.
Malta, Catacombs of, 85.

Terror, 91
Marat, anecdote of, 380.

Nassau Balloon, Mr. Green's Experimental
Mary-le-bone Gardens, fireworks at, 31.

Ascent in, 182
Marine Baths, Liverpool, 104.

National Education,, 91
Margate, description of, 401.

National Literature, 229-246—259–272-
Marriage Ceremony, curious, 327.

293-309
Mary Gray and Bessy Bell, 303.

Natural Calcareous Aqueduct, 122
Masonic offering to the Duke of Sussex, de. Nature, Phenomena of, 270
scription of, 83.

Neapolitans, Funeral Ceremonies of the, 123
Mathews, anecdote of, 233.

Nell Gwynn, anecdote of, 280
his first public appearance, 444 Newspapers, 256
Matrimonial Crisis, a, 92.

New Carburet of Hydrogen, 55
Maulmein, caves near, 268.

New Forest, Howitt's Walk in, 39
Medal of Canterbury Cathedral, 360. New Street, Birmingham, 'view and account
Meetings of Druids, abolition of, 367.

of, 216
Memory, extraordinary, 96.

Niagara, the great fall of, 135
Memory and Hope, lines on, 146.

Nicknames, essay on, 361
Memoir of Charles-Napoleon-Bonaparte, 397. Night, lines on, 354
Memoir of Charles Dibdin, 376.

Notice of Westminster Bridge, 336
Mehomet Ali, interview with, 317, 333, 347. Notes of a Reader, 134
Mermaid, on the probable origin of the story Notice of the Family of De Tuni, 279
of the, 110

November, Professor Wilson's remarks on, 384
Metal, mode of fastening leather on,

366. Oak's Progress, lines on the, 130
Meteors, curious, 92.

Obelisk of Amesne, 284
Metropolis, Statues of, 186.

Observances of the Mulagasy after the birth
Microscope, a new, 288.

of an infant, 443
Milton, character of, 328.

Observations on the Instinct of Birds, 121
Milan and the Iron Crown, 216.

Ocean Rollers at Ascension Island, 287
Military Asylums, 302.

Ocean Steamers, 142
Model of the first English Steam Vessel, 112. Olden Times, London in, 303
Mode of curing hung beef, 366.

Old Books and old Titles, 312
Mohammed Ali, anecilotes of, 189.

Poetry, 307
Model of the Battle of Waterloo. 249.

Old Serjeants’ Inu, history of, 370
Montgomery's Coronation Ode, 27.

Old London Bridge, 48
Monumental Effigy, the earliest of an English Omens, Coincidences, &c., 215—230
monarch, 54.

One-eyed Slave and the Athenian, 87
Moor, the honourable, 269.

On a Sun-dial, essay on, 346
Morocco, Banks's learned horse, 386. Opera, philosophers at an, 374
Moravia, extraordinary caverns in, 270. Ordeal, trial of, among the Hindoos, 235
Mosaic, manufacture of the celebrated Flo- Order of the Garter, vestments for, 54
rentine, 122.

Organs, history of, 320
Mother, to a, 339.

Organist, advice to, 160
Moving Mountains in Calabria, 208.

Ostrich, sagacity of the, 287
Mount Zion, account of, 150.

Ostriches, account of, 160
Cenis, descent of, 123.

Oysters, a chapter on, 134
Etna, description of, 179.

Ox, coronation, roasted alive, 27
Mozart, anecdote of, 380.

Pageants, London Coronation, 35
some account of, 349, 365.

Palm-tree, lines on the, 130
Muinmies of Egyptian Kings, 206.

Parks of London, remarks on, 36

Parliament man, a good, 384

Review o! Dr. Ure's Dictionary, 426
People, on the poetry of the, 372

Revivals of the Tempest, 275
Perfidy, the reward of, 316

Reward of Perfidy, 316
Phenomena of nature, 269

Rhinoceros, the black, 190
Philosophers at an opera, 374

Story, 191
Physical Geography, 420

Hunt, 19)
Piety, thoughts on, 229

Richard Ceur de Lion, discovery of the
Pitcairn's island, recent visit to, 127

heart of, 303
Places of interment, flowers and trees appro- Richard II., coronation of, 32
priated to, 367

kise and Progress of Dramatic Representa-
Plague not contagious, 362–378–395

tion, 243—266
Plants, stems of, 296-323

Robes, &c. employed in the coronation of
roots of, 296

the Queen, by whom claimed, 24
leaves of, 388

of King John, 54
vessels of, 131

Richard I., 54
burk of, 13)

Richard III., 54
Play-bill, a Spanish, 272

Henry II., 54
Poetry, remarks on old, 307

Roman Villa, remains of, 216
Polack's Residence in New Zealand, review Rome, remarks on, VO
of, 418, 445

cheap living at, 123
Polish literature, account of, 268

aqueducts at, 125
Political press, statistics of the, 368

Romsey Abbey, account of, 257
Polytechnic institution, account of, 145 Roots of Plants, 296
Poole's novel of Crotchets in the Air, 332 Rosalie, a tale, 343–357
Poor Man's weather-glass, 272

Royal Purple, the, 52
Poor Woman's Appeal to her Husband, 425 Ruins of Dunfermline Abbey, account of,313
Popular Antiquities, 255

Russian Appetite, 302
Portrait of the Queen, Mr. Ryall's, 349

Court Dress, 144
Preaching, effective, 48

Ryall's Portrait of the Queen, 349
Pretenders, tombs of the, 400

Saddle, never buy a horse without looking
Probable origin of the story of the Mermaid, under the, 302
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Saddleback Esquimaux, 92
Professor Wilson's remarks on November, Sagacity of the ostrich, 287
384

Saturday and Sunday at Koloa, 101
Profitable forgery, 96

Saving Banks, 416
Prophecy, the course of, 322

Scene at Court, 239
Prosperity compared with adversity, 116 Scientific novelties, 55
Proud England, 152

Scott, Sir W., Cooper's opinion of, 144
Prussia, education in, 157

Scots, Mary Queen of, lines by, 324
Psalm-singing, 398

Seal, the blind, 120
Punishment of the knout in Russia, 118 Sea, phosphorescence of the, 55
Pyrotechny, advancement of the art of, 32 Secretary of State, cares of 390
Queens, coronations of, 35

Selwood, the Heir of, 325
Quicksilver Steamer, 45

September, Lines on, 162
Rabelais, anecdote of, 167

Shakspeare, pictorial edition of, 314
Railway Station at Liverpool, entrance to, Shelley, burning of his body, 115
view of, 454.

Shepherd, the baboon, 341
Railways, influence of, 383

Shower of frogs, 112
Rain without Clouds, 179

Shrove Tuesday, customs observed on, 399
Ranelagh Gardens, fire-works at, 386

Sickness, thoughts in, 416
Receipt for fastening leather upon metal, 366 Sighs, the bridge of, 156
Reaping Machine, newly invented, 128

Singing of psalms, 398
Religion, consolations of, 114

Singular tidal phenonenon, 22)
Remarks on Tee-totalism, 294

Singular dream, 373
Snuff-taking, 294

Sins, a sailor's confession of his, 300—302
Polish Literature, 268

Sir H. Lee's Monument, history and view
Botany, 89—130—162—212—

of, 424
261-296-323

Skeletons, extraordinary discovery of, 349
Water, 359

Sketches and Essays, by Hazlitt, 345–361
Remember me not, 85

Smirke, Sir Robert, his description of the
Reptiles, wholesale description of, 240

New Serjeants' Inn, 370
Residence of the Father of Crabbe, the Smuggling in Switzerland, 263
Poet, 417

Smugglers, M. de St. Cricq and the, 299
Resources of Switzerland, 244

Spatches of Song, 162
Revenge, tale of, 377

Snow wreath, the, 132

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