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BOSTON:
PUBLISHED BY ALLEN AND TICKNOR.
CHARLES S. FRANCIS, NEW YORK,

CAREY AND HART, PHILADELPHIA.

1833.

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Abergaveny, poor, a clerical memoir, 108|Comic Offering, the,

369
Abrantes, Duchess of, her Memoirs,

67 Commentary, Monthly, 86, 212, 340, 489
Adelphi Theatre, performances at, 138, 213, Conversations with Lord Byron, 31, 165, 388
287, 372, 448.

Cooper's “ Headsman,” noticed, 282, “ Corn-
Americans, The, reviewed,

67 Law Rhymes,” Elegy by the Author of, 399
Amphitrite, convict-ship, lost,
270, 350 Corn, importation of,

72
Amulet, the,
368 Courts, Local,

120
Annuals, noticed,
367 -New, for domestic grievances,

127
Anonymous in Periodicals, on the,

145 Covent-Garden Theatre, performances at, 70,
Arabian Nights, dangerous doctrines of, 199 371, 446
Arabian, the, a sketch from Nature,
202 Criticism, emandatory,

59
Arctic Land Expedition,

450
literary,

145
Army, British, in 1833, return of,

289 Critical Notices of New Publications, 204,
Artists and Amateurs' Conversazione, 445 280, 353, 362, 371, 440,
Artists, British, winter exhibition of,

370 Crowe, E. E., Esq., his Lives of the most
Aunts, my Two,

318

Eminent Foreign Statesmen, noticed, 286
Aurungzebe, a Tale of Alraschid, noticed, 366 Culinary utensils, improvements in,

456
Ayre, Dr., on the treatment of the cholera, 365 Cumberland, Duke and Duchess of, leave

town for Berlin,

274
Bayly, T. H., Esq., poetry by, 183, 225, 306, Curates of Ireland,

183
320, 394
Beer, to prevent it from becoming acetous, 292 Damsel Errant, the,

42
Belgium, steam-carriage in,
376 Dante, to the Portrait of,

249
Bennett, James, his History of Dissenters, D'Arcy, Henry, Esq., his letter to Charles
noticed,
63 Vernon, Esq.,

236
Berri, Duchess of, in La Vendée,
363 December Pastoral,

394
Beulah Spa, quality of the waters of, 439 Dermoncourt, General, work by,

363
Biographical Particulars of Celebrated Persons D'Haussez, Baron, his views of English soci-
lately Deceased. Sir John Malcolm, 61; ety,

383
General Arthur Sandes, 63; Nicholas Ípsil- Dick Doleful, a sketch from Nature,

154
anti, ib.; the Duke of Sutherland, 129; Earl Dignity of the Bar versus the Dignity of the
of Plymouth, 130; Lord Dover, ib. ; Dr. An- Press,

53
drew, 131 ; William Wilberforce, Esq., 203; Dirge at Sea,

386
John Heriot, Esq., 204; N. G. Clarke, Esq., Divorcée Dévote,

159
K.C., ib.; Sir Harry Goodricke, Bart., 278; Drama, the,

70, 137, 213, 286, 446
Sir John Stevenson, 279; Hannah More, ib.; Drawing-room Scrap-book,

369
Ferdinand VII., King of Spain, 354; Ram- Dream, and other Poems, noticed,

132
mohun Roy, 355; Richard Heber, Esq.,

of Dimos,

41
357; Mr. George Robson, 359; Admiral Sir Droits of Admiralty,

72
Herbert Sawyer, K.C.B., 439.

Drummond, his poems noticed,

211
Biometer, the, or Moral Watch, noticed, 441 Drury Lane Theatre, performances at,

70, 137
Birmingham Steam-Carriage,
374

387
Blessington, Countess of, her Conversations

Echo Song,
with Byron, No. IX.,35; No. X.,165; No. XI.,388 Edinburgh Cabinet Labrary, noticed,

442
Bonnet, the last summer one,
320 Editor's Farewell, the,

77
Book of Beauty for 1834, illustrations to it, 446 Editorial Autocracy,

199
Bourrienne, M. de, madness of,
198 Egyptian Antiquities,

376
Boyne, wreck of the,

373 Elegy, by the Author of Corn-Law Rhymes,' 399
Bray, Mrs., her novels noticed,

444 Eloquence, on the state of, in England, 80
Breakfasts, Essay on,
99 Ely's Winter Lectures, noticed,

210
Breton's Excursions in New South Wales, England and the English, by the author of
&c., noticed,

443 Pelham, remarks on, 145, the work reviewed, 266
Bulwer, E. L. B. Esq., Farewell Address of, 77 English, French Libels on the,

383
-his Tragedy of Eugene Aram, 84 Essay on Breakfasts,

99
-his England and the English Eugene Aram, a tragedy,

84
noticed, 145; the work reviewed,
266 Eve, by the late Henry Neele,

411
Byron, Lord, Journal of Conversations with, Exposition of the False Medium and Barriers

by Lady Blessington. No. IX., 31; No. X., excluding Men of Genius from the Public, 440
165; No. XI. 388.
Factory, the,

157

30
Carmichael, Mrs., her Domestic Manners, Falk's Goethe, translated by Mrs. Austin,
&c., of the White, Coloured, and Negro Fancy Fairs, frequency of,

57
Population of the West Indies, &c. noticed, 208 Far away,

387
Castle, Thomas, his Synopsis of Systematic Fashion, caprice of,

271
Botany,
366 Female Convict-ship, the,

306
Cave, curious, described,

293 Ferdinand VII., sketch of, 335, his death, 336,
Charon's Refusal,
40 biographical memoir of,

387
Chatsworth the Patrician, noticed,

133 Fi-ho-ti, or the Pleasures of Reputation, 189
Chess, on the game of,
157 Fine Arts,

445
Church, the established,
372 First of September, the

175
City of the Clyde, the,
236 Flowers and Plants, preserved,

451

212
Clarke, N. G., Esq., some account of, 204 Ford, Dr., his Zenobia, a drama, noticed,

367
Clover, crimson, cultivation of,

292 Forget Me-not, noticed,
Coldstream Guards, Narrative of the Cam- France, national education in,

452

114
paigns of, reviewed,

50 Franklin's Familiar Letters, noticed,
Coleridge, Hartly, his Poems noticed, 133 French Libels on the English,

281

Se
Colonies, on the emancipation of the slaves in, 1 Friendshipla Offering, noticed,

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