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Why should not divers studies, at divers hours, delight, when the
variety is able alone to refresh and repair us?
C. Baldwin, Printer, New Bridge-street. Loudon.
ABBEY of La Trappe, recent visit to, 135
—rules of, 136.
Abeona transport, loss of, 225.
Actors, Observations on, 202—salaries of,
Aderburg, on languages, 101.
Agricultural Report, 108, 229, 341,454,
All Fools' Day, 361.
Ambrosian Library, 273.
Anthology, Bowring's Russian, 316.
Antiquities in France, 565.
Antiquity, our ideas of, dependent on the
obscurity of history, 528.
Antologia, a new Italian journal, 100.
Antwerp, Literary Society of, 566.
Apocryphal Scriptures, 101.
Apotheosis of Homer, bas relief of 91.
Araujo d’Azeredo, Marquis, 290.
Architectural Antiquities, 219–Lectures
by Mr. Elmes, 220–Museum, Mr.
Ariosto, Memoir of, 63.
Artificial objects in poetry, 600–natural
interest ingrafted on, 603.
Atherstone's Poems, reviewed, 379.
Austria, Emperor of, visit to, at Venice,
Auto-biography of John Huggins, 375.
Ayrshire Legatees, remarks on those pa-
Baillie, Miss, 313.
Ballads, German, 148, 149—the Suffolk
Miracle, 153—by Doyle, 96–style in
Barron, French actor, 204.
Batiushktov, Russian poet, extracts from,
Baxter, the Nonconformist, 368.
Belzoni's Narrative, 87.
Benson, Edgeworth, Travels and Opinions
of, No. I. 9—No. II, 173.
Bentham, Mr. 373.
Bibliomania, decline of, 447.
Bilderdijk, Dutch poet, 337.
Blackwood's Magazine, 76.
Bloomfield, R. 431.
Boccacio, his story of the falcon, 603. ..
Bognadovich, extracts from, 320.
Bonaparte, opinions respecting, 180—po-
licy of 180—system of, 181.
Books, on Reading Old, 128–New, 129
Preparing for Publication, 108,
230, 346, 461, 578, 693.
Lately Published, 109, 231, 347,
462, 579, 694.
Botanical gardens, 685.
Bowring's Specimens of the Russian Poets,
Bowyer's Print of the House of Lords, 430.
Brydges, Sir Egerton, Res Literariae, 207,
B—nb—ry, Sir Charles, 40.
Burger's Leonora, 149.
Burke's Reflections on the French Revo-
Büström, the Swedish sculptor, memoir of,
Byron, Lord, critique on, 50–his no-
toriety, 51—the interest of his poetry,
to what ascribed, 51—his empirical
egotism, 52—his sorrows too affected,
52—his self-accusations suspicious, 53
—indecency of his Don Juan, 54–
worse tendency of his serious poetry,
55—his immorality, radical, 56–Incon-
gruity between his Poetical and Personal
existence, 57—character of his poetry,
57 — its eloquence, 60 — his female
characters, 60, 61—his New Tragedy,
68–German Translations of his Giaour,
and Mazeppa, 336–at Venice, 176—his
Swimming across the Hellespont, 363–