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INDEX TO THE KALEIDOSCOPE.
Coach passenger, refractory, how to manage, 371.
Coffee, preparation of, 259, 295, 363.
Coffin, the, a tale in rhyme, 164.
Cold, contraction by, 192.
Bones of hyænas, &c. found in England, 192, 235, 525, Colds, precautions against, 219.
334, 341, 369—see Earth, Geology, animals Extinct. Coleridge, Mr. a ghost seer! 416.
Combe, the late William, Esq. 24.
Commerce, foreign, 100, 217--Navigation, &c. Mr. Pope's
Connoisseurship, whimsical letter respecting, 254.
Conundrums-sce Vive la Bagatelle.
Conveyance, rapid, for goods, &c. proposed, 315.
Coolness and presence of mind, 102.
Copper sheathing, 192.
Brougham, Mr. speech of, on his installation as Lord Copper vessels, cautions respecting, 259.
Corns, remedy for, 358.
Coronation of the King
of France, 422.
Coronation ceremony, Chinese, whimsical, 231.
Correspondent, troublesome hint to, 404.
Burying-places, sequestered and romantic, with an en. Correspondents, replies to (see last column of each number)
Cotton, curious statement of the progress of a pound of,
286—Manufacture, history of the, 367.
Byron, Lord, biographical sketch of, anecdotes, &c. 6, Counsellor, the prudent, 153, 161.
22, 47, 130, 137, 143, 149, 158, 160, 163, 188, 262, Crayon’s, Geoffrey, Tales of a Traveller, 83—Critique on
Burns compared, 59—Affecting account of the last mo. CRITICISM, LITERATURE, &c. 3, 11, 103, 104, 128,
ments of, 74-Lines on, 140—Lines by, 200—Prices 194, 327-see Grammar.
given by the booksellers for his poems, 163—And Count Cruelty to animals, wanton, editorial remarks on, 354,
360—Letter from Mr. Martin on, 360.
Culloch, Mc-see Political Economy,
Curse, tremendous, in verse, 132.
Calico printing, antiquity of, 339.
Campbell's, Mr. poem of Theodoric, 327.
Dacre, Lord (ballad)388.-Davy’simproved sheathing, 192.
Days of the week, explanation of the, 251.
Death, lines on, 115--Reflections on the punishment of,
are running away, 315.
Death-watch, account of, 242-Verses on, by G. 260.
Deceased friend, lines to a, by G. 96.
Denon, Baron, memoir of, 386.
Dingle, verses supposed to have been written in the, 248.
Diorama, beautiful exhibition so called, 292, 300, 308,
“Cease, cease, ye bells," by G. 233.-Celery, early, 192. | Despair, verses by G. on, 412.
Cemetery, public, near Liverpool, and editorial comments • Do you draw beer?” (verses) 352.
on retired burying-places, 155.-With engraving, 333 Dog, lines to a favourite, 249.
Drama and Dramatic Critiques see Theatre.
Dreams, terrific, by G. 388.
Drinking, when to leave off, 231.-A certain quantity, 311.
Chancery Court, horror of, 253.-Chanson, by G. 148. Drunken man, curious remark of a, 337.
Drunkenness, letters on, 290.-Dublin, description of, 147.
Chess, beauties of (see each week )–Editorial remarks on, Dust and puddle from road making, warning respecting, 78.
212-Match between London and Edinburgh, 321, 328.
Chester, the Earldome of, 99.
Eagles carry the children aloft in Ceylon, 66.
Ear, earwig found in, 67-Pin found in, 223.
Early rising, advantages of, 252, 311.
Earthquake in Persia, 259.-Earthquakes, paper on, 221.
Church of St. Matthew, in Manchester, view of, 842. EARTH, &c. original translation of a new French work
on, commencing page 184, and concluded page 426.
Earth, formation of the, interesting paper on, from the
North American Review, 173, 178.
Cleanliness, on, 28.-Cleaning silks and woollens, 28. Easter, lifting at, 840.
Echo, whimsical burlesque verses to, 60, 6o.
Eclipses for 1825, 223.
Economy, Political-see Political.
Edinburgh, description of, 187.