very, 601.

Aboukir, lines on the battle of, 458. Central Asia and Cabul, 512.
Affghanistan Expedition, the, 241.

China, war with, 368—the China ques.
Algiers, a poem, 217.

tion, 717— Postscript, 847.
Angel, the Bramin, an Oriental tale, in Church of Jerome, Granada, a poetical
verse, 792.

scene, as if betwixt a traveller and a
Anster, John, LL.D., his poetical trans- Spaniard, 222.
lation of Faust, reviewed, 223.

Coleridge, T. S. his plagiarisms exposed,
Anti-national Faction, the, shown up, 544.

Arab, lines on the Sale of the Black, the

gift of the Imaum of Muscat, 658. Dead Man of St Anne's Chapel, a criminal
Archæus, his Hymns of a Hermit, 80, 165

story in four parts, from the German of
-his lines on Wellington, 172-his Otto Ludwig, Part I. the Search, 575—
Legendary Lore, No. VII. A Chronicle Part II, the Suspicion, 582— Part III.
of England, 253_his Hymns of a Her- the Trial, 593- Part IV. the Disco -
mit, 408, 526.
Thoughts upon, 57.

Delta's Sir Eliduc, a poem of love and
Autobiography, a Passage of, 46-another
Passage of, 474.

Diversions of Purley, a new edition of that
Aytoun, William E., his Ballads from the work, by Richard Taylor, reviewed,
Romaic, 689.


Dream of Mohammed the Second, a poem,
Ballads from the Romaic, by William E. 219.

Aytoun, 689.
Birch, J. Esq., his poetical translation of Elysian fields at Lowther, in Westmore-
Faust, reviewed, 223,

land, lines on them, by R. M. Milnes,
Blackie, John S., Esq., his poetical trans-

lation of Faust, reviewed, 223.

Emperor and the Rabbi, the, a Jewish
Bramin Angel, an Oriental tale' in tradition in verse, 794.
verse, 792.

Essenes, on the, 105_Part II. 463–
Breton Faith, a short poem, by R. M. Part III. 639.
Milnes, 28.

Ethical sonnets, by R. M. Milnes, 360.

woe, 786.

Calderon de la Barca, Don Pedro, his Faction, the anti-national, shown up, 544.

Comedy of the Goblin Lady, ana- Faust, poetical translations of seven authors,
lysed, 1.

reviewed, 223.
Carlo Sebastiani, the Aid-de-Camp, a tale, France, the progress of Protestantism in,
496, 650, 739.

Casuistry, 260_Case I. Health, 262-

Case II. Laws of hospitality in colli- Goblin lady, the, a comedy by Calderon
sion with civic duties, 266—Case III. de la Barca, analysed, l.
giving characters to servants who have Goethe's Life and Works, reviewed, No.
misconducted themselves, 267-Case III. From my life-Poetry and Truth,
IV. Criminal prosecution of fraudulent Book III. 31-Book IV, 607.
servants, 268_V. Veracity, 270_VI. Gower, Lord Francis Leveson, his poetical
The Case of Charles I. 271.

translation of Faust, reviewed, 223.

Greek Tragedy, theory of, 145.

Modern superstition, 553.
Grimm's Teutonic Grammar, reviewed, My Old School, 779.

Nameless Man, the, a tale, 319.
Hints of History, or a Glance at the Dark

Ages, Part I. Proem, 65-Feudalism, Oats, Wild-a new species, 753.
71- the Church, 73_Part II. 273- Ode on the Marriage of the Queen of Eng-
Representation, 274 — the Judicial land, by B. Simmons, 300.
combat, 277-Chivalry, 280 - Joan Opium Question, the, considered, 368,
d'Arc, 284.

717Postscript, 847.
Hunt, Leigh, his drama of the Legend of Oxford, on the proposed galleries for pic-
Florence, reviewed, 303.

tures and statues at the University of,
Hymns of a Hermit, hy Archæus, 80- 362.

Hymn I., ib.—Hymn II., 81-Hymn
III., 84—Hymn IV., ib.-Hymn V., Personification, on, 798.
85—Hymn VI., 86—Hymn VII., 165 Pestis Londinum Devastans. Carmi.
-Hymn VIII., ib.--Hymn IX., 166- nis sæcularis ritu (ut melius) tractata,
Hymn X., 167- Hymn XI., 169 796.
Hymn XII., 408—Hymn XIII., 409_ Pike, Alfred, of Arkansas, his lines
Hymn XIV., 410_Hymn XV.,411- addressed to the Mocking-bird,
Hymn XVI., 526--Hymn XVII., 528 354.
-Hymn XVIII., 529.

Plagiarisms of S. T. Coleridge, exposed,

Jerusalem, lines on, 357.

Prendeville, James, his edition of Milton,
Judith, or the Opera-Box; a Tale, 621- reviewed, 691.

Chap. I., ib.-Chap. II., 624_Chap. Protestantism in France, its progress, 763.
III., 627—Chap. IV., 631.-Chap. V.,
634—Chap. VI., 637.

Rabbi, the Emperor and the, a Jewish tra-
Jungles, Literature in the, 342.

dition in verse, 794.

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Khiva, Central Asia, and Cabul, 512. School, my Old, 779.

Scott, Sir Walter, lines on him, by R. M.
Legend of Florence, a drama of that Milnes, at the Tomb of the Stuarts in

name, by Leigh Hunt, reviewed, 303. St Peter's, 26
Legendary Lore, No. VI., by Archæus ; Shaw on Salmon Fry, 531.
A Chronicle of England, 253.

Simmons, B., his song of a Returned Exile,
Lily, the Trip of the, 189.

170_his ode on the Marriage of the
Lines on the Sale of the Black Arab, the Queen of England, 300.

gift of the Imaum of Muscat, 688. Sir Eliduc, a lay of Marie, by Delta-
Literature in the Jungles, 342.

Fitte frst, 786- Fitte second, 788-
Ludwig, Otto, his tale of the Dead Man Fitte third, 789- Fitte fourth, 790.
of St Anne's Chapel, translated, 575. Smith, Hannibal, Esq., with the Trips of

the Lily, 189— Trip the First, wherein
M'Gregor, his translation from the the Lily goes to Portsmouth in rough

Gaelic of the Song of the Aged Bard, weather, and comports herself gallantly,

193— Trip the Second, wherein the
Malachi, a passage in one of his Prophe- Lily proceedeth in quest of what seem-
cies, paraphrased, 355.

ed from the shore to be a shipwrecked
Martineau, Miss, her story of Deerbrook, mariner, 194— Trip the Third, wherein
reviewed, 177.

the Lily coasteth four miles to the west-
Menzel Wolfgang, his character

ward, and cometh home again, 196_
writer, considered, 154.

Trip the Fourth, wherein the Lily visit-
Milnes, R. M., his lines on Sir Walter eth a stranded ship, 197.

Scott at the Tomb of the Stuarts in St Song of the Returned Exile, hy B. Sim-
Peter's, 26—his Lines on the Elysian mons, 173—of the Aged Bard, from
Fields at Lowther, Westmoreland, 27 the Gaelic, by M'Gregor, ib.

his short poem of Breton Faith, 30 sung at the Symposium in the Saloon,
-his Ethical Sonnets, 360.

3d January 1840, 175-of the Veto,
Milton, Prendeville's edition of, review- dedicated to the Whig-intrusion sec-
ed, 691,

tion of the Non-intrusion Committee,
Ministers, the vote of confidence in them 456.
dissected, 412.

Superstition, on modern, 553.
Mocking.bird, lines addressed to it, by Syme, David, his poetical translation of
Alfred Pike of Arkansas, 354

Faust, reviewed, 223.



Talbot, the Hon., his poetical translation Veto, the, a new song, dedicated to the
of Faust, reviewed, 223.

Whig.intrusion section of the Non-
Taylor, Richard, his new edition of the intrusion committee, 456.

Diversions of Purley, reviewed, 484. Venetian painting and Titian, on, 88.
Ten Thousand a-Year! a Tale, Part IV., Vote of confidence in Ministers, dissected,

117– Part V., 385_Part VI., 431- 412.

Part VII., 662.- Part VIII., 816.
Theory of Greek Tragedy, 145.

Walter and William, a Tale, in verse, 96.
Timms, Solomon, letter to the Editor of War with China and the Opium Question,

Blackwood's Magazine, inclosing the 368, 717- Postscript, 847.
Latin poem entitled, Pestis Londinum Wellington, Lines on, by Archæus, 172.
Devastans, 795.

Wild Oats, a new species, 753.


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