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Thomas CHATTERTON,

81

Mrs THRALE,

124

Bristow Tragedy, or the Death of Sir Charles Bawdin, 84 The Three Warnings,

124

The Minstrel's Song in Ella,

87 THOMAS Moss,

125

Resignation,

87 The Beggar,

125

William FALCONER,

87

From the Shipwreck,

88

SCOTTISH POETS.

ROBERT LLOYD,

91 ALEXANDER Ross,

125

The Miseries of a Poet's Life,

Wood, and Married, and a',

126

Wretchedness of a School-Usher,

John LOWE,

126

CHARLES CHURCHILL,

92 Mary's Dream,

126

MICHAEL BRUCE,

94 LADY ANNE BARNARD,

126

A Rural Picture,

95

Auld Robin Gray,

127

Virtue and Happiness in the Country,

96 Miss JANE ELLIOT AND MRS COCKBURN,

127

Elegy-Written in Spring,

96 The Flowers of the Forest,

127

Joun LOGAN,

97 JOAN SKINNER, .

128

To the Cuckoo,

97 Tullochgorum,

128

Written in a Visit to the Country in Autumn,

98 ROBERT CRAWFORD,

128

Complaint of Nature,

98 The Bush aboon Traquair,

128

THOMAS WARTOX,

Tweedside,

129

Written after seeing Windsor Castle,

99 SIR GILBERT ELLIOT,

129

Written in a Blank Leaf of Dugdale's Monasticon, 100 Amynta,

129

On Revisiting the River Loddon,

100 ROBERT FERGUSSON,

129

On Sir Joshua Reynold's Painted Window at Oxford, 100 Braid Claith,

130

The Hamlet-an Ode,

101

To the Tron-Kirk Bell,

130

JOSEPH WARTON,

101 Scottish Scenery and Musio,

131

To Fancy,

101 Cauler Water,

131

Thomas BLACKLOCK,

102 A Sunday in Edinburgh,

132

Terrors of a Guilty Conscience,

103 MISCELLANEOUS POEMS OF THE PERIOD 1727—1780, 132

Ode to Aurora on Melissa's Birthday,

103 Ad Amicos,

132

The Portrait,

103

Elegy,

133

JAMES BEATTIE,

103 Careless Content,

134

Opening of the Minstrel,

105 A Pastoral,

134

Description of Edwin,

106 Ode to a Tobacco Pipe,

135

Morning Landscape,

107 Song—(Away! let nought to love displeasing),

135

Life and Immortality,

107

Retirement-1768,

TRAGIC DRAMATISTS.

107

The Hermit,

108

EDWARD MOORE,

136

CHRISTOPHER SMART,

108 The Gamester's Last Stake,

136

Song to David,

109

John HOME,

138

RICHARD Glover,

112 Discovery of her Son by Lady Randolph,

138

Address of Leonidas,

113 JAMES THomson,

139

The Armies at Salamis,

Against she Crusades

139

Admiral Hosier's Ghost,

Isove,

140

ROBERT DODSLEY,

ene Miscalculations of Old Men,

140

Song— The Parting Kiss,

K:WILLIAM WASON

138

SAMUEL BISHOP,

115 Awfulness of a Scene of Pagan Rites,

140

To Mrs Bishop on the Anniversary of her Wedding-day,

Against Homicide,

140

which was also her Birth-day, with a Ring, : 115 RIGUAR GLOVER,

140

Sir WILLIAM JONES,

*715 solitude on a Puls Field,

140

An Ode, in Imitation of Alcæus,

117 Forgiveness,

140

A Persian Song of Hafiz,

117 David MALLET,

139

The Concluding Sentence of Berkeley's Siris Imitated, 117

Fortitude,

140

Tetrastic-- From the Persian,

118

Francis FAWKES,

COMIC DRAMATISTS

118

The Brown Jug,

118 GEORGE COLMAN,

141

WILLIAM WHITEREAD,

118 ARTHUR MURPHY, .

141

Variety,

118 Hugu KELLY,

141

DR JAMES GRAINGER,

119 RICHARD CUMBERLAND,

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Ode to Solitude,

119 OLIVER GOLDSMITH,

JAMES MERRICK,

120 A Deception,

The Chameleon,

120 Arrival at the supposed Inn,

142

Joux Scott,

121 RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN,

143

Ode on Hearing the Drum,

121 A Sensitive Author,

144

William OLDYS,

121 The Anatomy of Character performed by Uncharitable.

Song, made Extempore by a Gentleman, occasioned by a

ness,

146

Fly Drinking out of his Cup of Ale,

148

121 Mrs COWLEY,

Jorn CUNNINGHAM,

121 DAVID GARRICK,

148

148

Song--May-Eve, or Kate of Aberdeen,

121 MACKLIN,

Content, a Pastoral,

129 | Rev. MR TOWNLEY,

148

NATHANIEL COTTON,

122

Scene from High Life Below Stairs,

The Fireside,

122 SAMUEL FOOTE,

150

CARISTOPHER ANSTEY, .

123 Tuft Hunting,

150

151

The Public Breakfast,

123 | c. COFFEY,

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Appearance and Character of Mahomet,

197
Term of the Conquest of Timour, or Tamerlane; his

Triumph at Samarcand; his Death on the road to

China (A.D. 1405); Character and Merits of Timour, 198

Invention and Use of Gunpowder,

200

Letter of Gibbon to Mrs Porten-Account of his Mode

of Life at Lausanne,

200

Remarks on Reading,

201

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HISTORIANS.

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THOMAS CARTE,
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DR COXYERS MIDDLETON,
DAVID HUME,
State of Parties at the Reformation in England,
The Middle Ages-Progress of Freedom,
Death and Character of Queen Elizabeth,
DR WILLIAM ROBERTSON,

Character of Mary Queen of Scots,
Martin Luther,
Discovery of America,
Chivalry,
Characters of Francis I. and the Emperor Charles V.

DR SMOLLETT,

WILLIAM TYTLER,

ARCHIBALD BOWER,

DR JOHN CAMPBELL,

WILLIAM GUTARIE,

GEORGE SALE,

GEORGE PSALMANAZAR,

OLIVER GOLDSMITH,

LORD LYTTELTON,

DR THOMAS BIRCH,

De ROBERT HENRY,

DR GILBERT STUART,

DR WARNER,

DR LELAND,

Joux WHITTAKER,

GRANGER,

ORME,

MACPHERSON,

LORD HAILES,

ROBERT WATSON,

DR WILLIAM RUSSELL,

EDWARD GIBBON,

Opinion of the Ancient Philosophers on the Immortality

of the Soul,

The City of Bagdad-Magnificence of the Caliphs,

Conquest of Jerusalem by the Crusaders, A.D. 1090,

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DR REGINALD HEBER,

407 Power and Gentleness, or the Cataract and the Stream-

Passage of the Red Sea,

408 let,

440

Hymn-Fiftoenth Sunday after Trinity,

409

The Solitary Tomb,

440

Missionary Hymn,

409 | BRYAN WALTER PROCTER,

441

From Bishop Heber's Journal,

409 Address to the Ocean,

441

An Evening Walk in Bengal,

410 Marcelia,

441

CHARLES WOLFE,

410 Night,

442

The Burial of Sir John Moore,

410 The Sleeping Figure of Modena,

442

Song-(Oh say not that my heart is cold),

411 An Invocation to Birds,

442

Song-(If I had thought thou couldst have died),

411 Amelia Wentworth,

442

HERBERT KNOWLES,

411 HENRY HART MILMAN,

446

Lines written in the Churchyard of Richmond, York-

Jerusalem before the Siege,

446

sbire,

411 Hymn of the Captive Jews,

446

ROBERT POLLOK,

412 Summons of the Destroying Angel to the City of Baby-

Love,

413 lon,

446

Morning,

413 The Fair Recluse,

Friendship,

413 The Day of Judgment,

Happiness,

414 Rev. GEORGE CROLY,

448

Picture of a Miser,

415 Pericles and Aspasia,

448

JAMES MONTGOMERY,

415 The F Army in Russia;

448

Greenland,

416 To the Memory of a Lady,

449

Night,

417 LETITIA ELIZABETH LANDON,

449

Picture of a Poetical Enthusiast,

417

Change,

449

The Pelican Island,

418 Crescentius,

450

The Recluse,

418 The Grasp of the Dead,

450

The Grave,

418 From the Improvisatrice,

450

The Field of the World,

419 Last Verses of L. E. L.,

451

Aspirations of Youth,

419 JOANNA BAILLIE,

451

The Common Lot,

420 The Kitten,

451

Prayer,

420 Address to Miss Agnes Baillie on her Birthday,

452

Home,

420 WILLIAM Knox,

453

The Hon. WILLIAM ROBERT SPENCER,

420 Opening of the Songs of Israel,

453

Beth Gelert, or the Grave of the Greyhound,

421 Conclusion of the Songs of Israel,

454

Wife, Children, and Friends,

421 Dirge of Rachel,

To

422 A Virtuous Woman,

454

Epitaph upon the Year 1806,

422 Thomas PRINGLE,

454

Stanzas—(Too late I strayed-forgive the crime),

422 Afar in the Desert,

LEIGH HUNT,

422 Robert MONTGOMERY,

455

May Morning at Ravenna,

423 Description of a Maniac,

455

Funeral of the Lovers in Rimini,'

424 The Starry Heavens,

455

To T. L. H., Six Years Old, During a Sickness,

424 Picture of War,

456

Dirge,

424 Lost Feelings,

556

To the Grasshopper and the Cricket,

424 WILLIAM HERBERT,

456

The Celebrated Canzone of Petrarch-Chiare, fresche, Description of a Northern Spring,

456

e dolce acque,

425 Musings on Eternity,

John CLARE,

425 EBENEZER ELLIOTT,

457

What is Life?

427 To the Bramble Flower,

457

Summer Morning,

427 The Excursion,

457

Sonnets-(The Primrose–The Thrush's Nest),

427 Pictures of Native Genius,

First-Love's Recollections,

427

A postrophe to Futurity,

Dawnings of Genius,

428 A Poet's Prayer,

459

Scenes and Musings of the Peasant Poet,

428

Mrs NORTON,

459

JAMES AND HORACE SMITH,

429 To the Duchess of Sutherland,

459

The Theatre.—By the Rev. G. C. [Crabbe),

431 Lines from The Winter's Walk,'

460

The Baby's Debut.-By W. W.[Wordsworth),

431 Picture of Twilight,

460

A Tale of Drury Lane.-By W. 8. [Scott],

432 The Mother's Heart,

460

The Upas in Marybone Lane,

433 Mrs SOUTHEY,

460

Address to the Mummy in Belzoni's Exhibition,

433

The Pauper's Deathbed,

461

John Wilson,

434 Mariner's Hymn,

461

A Home among the Mountains,

434 ELIZABETH B. BARRETT,

461

A Sleeping Child,

435 Cowper's Grave,

461

Address to a Wild Deer,

435 Mary HOWITT,

402

Lines Written in a Lonely Burial Ground in the High-

Studies Pursued by a Married Pair,

462

lands,

435 Mountain Children,

462

The Shipwreck,

436 The Fairies of the Caldon-Low-A Midsummer Legend, 463

Mrs HEMANS,

437 The Monkey,

463

The Voice of Spring,

438 Thomas Hood,

464

The Homes of England,

438 Song-(It was not in the winter),

464

The Graves of a Household,

439 Town and Country,

464

The Treasures of the Deep,

433 A Parental Ode to my Son, aged Three Years and Five

BERNARD BARTON,

439 Months,

465

To the Evening Primrose,

440

The Dream of Eugene Aram,

465

Stanzas on the Sea,

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ALFRED TENNYSON,

467

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Love and Death,

467 To a Mountain Daisy,

484

The Sleeping Palace,

467 On Captain Matthew Henderson,

485

The Sleeping Beauty,

468 SongsMacpherson's Farewell,

485

From the Palace of Art,

468

Menie,

486

From the Miller's Daughter,

468

Ae Fond Kiss,

486

Thomas BABINGTOX MACAULAY,

468

My Bonnie Mary,

486

The Desolation of the Cities whose Warriors have

Mary Morrison,

486

marched against Rome,

468

Bruce's Address,

486

The War of the League,

470 ALEXANDER Wilson,

486

TAOMAS HAYNES BAYLY,

471 Account of the Bald Eagle,

487

Verses Addressed to his Wife,

471 Trait of Simplicity and Nature,

487

Think not of the Future, .

471 A Village Scold Surprising her Husband in an Alo-

HARTLEY COLERIDGE,

471

house,

487

Bonnet- (What was't awakened first the untried A Pedlar's Story,

488

esr),

471 HIECTOR MACNEILL,

488

Sonnet on Shakspeare,

472 Extracts from Scotland's Skaith,

488

Sonnets to a Friend,

472 Mary of Castle-Cary,

490

To Certain Golden Fishes,

472 ROBERT TANNAHILL,

490

JOHN STERLING,

The Filial Vow,

490

Joan of Arc,

473 The Braes o' Balquhither,

491

W. Moxckrox MILXES,

472 The Braes o' Gleniffer,

491

The Men of Old,

473 The Flower o' Dumblane,

491

The Long Ago,

473 Gloomy Winter's now Awa,

492

CHABLES MACKAY,

472

RICHARD GALL,

492

The Autumn Leaf,

474 My only Jo and Dearie 0,

492

The Parting of Lovers,

474 Farewell to Ayrshire,

492

'; X. T. CARRINGTON,

473 John MAYNE,

492

The Pixies of Devon,

474 Logan Braes,

493

D. M. MOIR,

473 Helen of Kirkconnel,

493

Langsyne,

475 To the River Nith,

493

Casa Wappy,

475 Mustering of the Trades to Shoot for the Siller Gun, 493

MAJOR CALDER CAMPBELL,

473 SIR ALEXANDER BosWELL,

494

ALARIC A. WATTS,

473 Jenny Dang the Weaver,

494

Ten Years Ago,

476 Jenny's Bawbee,

495

WILLIAM KENNEDY,

473 Good Night, and Joy be wi' ye a',

495

Txomas AIRD,

473 The High Street of Edinburgh,

495

My Mother's Grave,

477 JAMES HOGA,

496

CHARLES Swarx

473

Bonny Kilmeny,

497

The Deatth of the Warrior King.

477 To the Comet of 1811,

498

T. K. HERVEY,

473

When the Kye comes Hame,

498

The Convict Ship,

478

The Skylark,

499

Joax MALCOLM,

473 ALLAN CUNNINGHAM,

499

Eliza Cook,

473 The Young Maxwell,

500

LADY EMMELINE WORTLEY,

473 Hame, Hame, Hame, .

500

Mes HENRY COLERIDGE,

473 Fragment,

500

Mas BROOKE,

She's Gane to Dwall in Heaven,

500

W. BECKFORD,

A Wet Shoet and a Flowing Sea,

501

My Nanie 0,

501

WALTER PATERSON,

478 The Poet's Bridal-Day Song,

501

Sonnet Written on the Burial-ground of bis Ances-

WILLIAM TENNANT,

501

478 Selections from ' Anster Fair,'

502

Joax Wilsos CROKER,

479 WILLIAM MOTHERWELL,

503

Ode on the Duke of Wellington, 1814,

479 Jeanie Morrison,

503

Hexes LUTTREL,

479 The Midnight Wind,

504

The November Fog of London,

479 Sword Chant of Thorstein Raudi,

504

Rev. H. F. CARY,

479 | ROBERT NICOLL,

505

WILLIAM SOTHEBY,

We are Brethren a',

505

Me MITCHELL,

Thoughts of Heaven,

505

LORD STRANGFORD,

479 Death,

506

DB Joux BOWRING,

479

MR RODGER,

J. H. WIFFEN,

479 MR BALLANTYNE,

506

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MR VEDDER,

506

LORD FRANCIS EGERTON,

479

MR GRAY,

506

479 ROBERT GILFILLAN,

506

J. G. LOCKRART,

479 The Exile's Song,

506

In the Days o' Langsyne,

506

THOMAS CUNNINGHAM,

506

SCOTTISH POETS.

The Hills o' Gallowa',

506

WILLIAM LAIDLAW,

507

ROBERT BURNS,

Lucy's Flittin',

507

Coila's Address,

WILLIAM NICHOLSON,

507

Letter to Mrs Dunlop,

483 The Brownie of Blednoch,

607

From Burns's Epistles,

494 JOSEPH TRAIN,

MR BLACKIE,

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508 MRS INCHBALD,

553

508 CHARLOTTE SMITH,

554

508 Ann RADCLIFFE,

554

English Travellers Visit a Neapolitan Church,

555

Description of the Castle of Udolpho,

557

510 Hardwick, in Derbyshire,

557

511 An Italian Landscape,

511

MATTHEW GREGORY LEWIS,

558

511 Scene of Conjuration by the Wandering Jew,

558

513 MRS AMELIA OPIE,

560

513 WILLIAM GODWIN,

560

513 Concluding Boene of Caleb Williains,

513 St Leon's Escape from the Auto de Fe,

566

514 ANNA MARIA PORTER,

568

514 Miss JANE PORTER,

568

514 Miss EDGEWORTH,

568

514 Mrss AUSTEN,

571

516

MRS BRUNTON,

572

516 Final Escape of Laura,

572

517 MRS HAMILTON,

575

517

Picture of Glenbunie, and View of a Scotch Cottage in

517 the Last Century;

575

517 Hannah MORE,

578

517 First interview with Dr Johnson,

578

517 Death of Garrick,

579

517 LADY MORGAN,

580

518 MRS SHELLEY,

381

518 Extracts from Frankenstein,

582

520 Love,

584

521 Rev. CHARLES ROBERT MATURIN,

521 A Lady's Chamber in the Thirteenth Century,

585

521 Sir Walter SCOTT,

585

521 John Galt,

589

521 Placing of Mr Balwhidder as Minister of Dalmailing, 591

522 THOMAS HOPE,

592

Death of Alexis, from · Anastasius,'

593

524 WASHINGTON IRVING,

594

524 Manners in New York in the Dutch Times,

595

524 A Rainy Sunday in an Inn,

596

524 John GIBSON LOCKHART,

597

524 Athanasia in Prison, from Valerius,'

598

524 Description of an Ancient English Mansion, from Re-

525 ginald Dalton,'

599

527 PROFESSOR Wilson,

600

530 Removal of the Lyndsays,

600

530 MRS JOHNSTONE,

60

531 Sir Thomas Dick LAUDER,

601

531 THOMAS HAMILTON,

601

532

MR MOIR,

601

532 DR JAMES Hook,

532 ANDREW Picken,

601

532 Miss FERRIER,

602

533 Mrs Violet Macshake visited by her grand-nephow,

Mr Douglas,

603

JAMES Morier,

604

535 JAMES BAILIE FRASER,

606

536 Meeting of Two Warriors in the Desert,

616

The Kuzzilbash's Return to his Native Village,

607

THEODORE EDWARD Hook,

607

539

THOMAS COLLEY GRATTAN,

608

539

T. H. LISTER,

609

London at Sunrise,

609

541 MARQUIS OF NORMANBY,

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542 LADY CAROLINE LAMB,

609

545 LADY DACRE,

609

546 COUNTESS OF MORLEY,

610

546 LADY CHARLOTTE BURY,

610

546 R. PLUMER WARD,

610

547

Conversation between Wentworth (Canning), Sir George

547

Deloraine, and Dr Herbert, from 'De Vere,'

610

549

BENJAMIN D'ISRAELI,

611

MRS TROLLOPE,

551

Joun BANIM,

NOVELISTS.

FRANCES BURNEY (Madame D'Arblay),

A Game of Highway Robbery,
Miss Burney explains to King George III. the circum-

stances attending the composition of Evelina,'

SARAH HARRIET BURNEY,

WILLIAM BECKFORD,

Description of the Caliph Vathek and his Magnificent

Palaces, .

The Hall of Eblis,

RICHARD CUMBERLAND,

THOMAS HOLCROFT,

Gaffer Gray,

ROBERT Bage,
SOPHIA AND HARRIET LEE,

Introduction to the Canterbury Tales,

Dr John MOORE,

Dispute and Duel between the Two Scotch Servants in

Italy,

611

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