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visits Jonathan Wild in the dress of
lationship to Sir Rowland Trenchard,
dare, remarks respecting the Earl of danger, 128; visits his mother in Bed.
and conveyed to Newgate, 139 ; ac-
ed Hold, 226; visits his mother at
ing Shotbolt the gaoler, 325; his cap-
ture by Jonathan Wild, 429; imprison.
by Sir James Thornhill, 442; sketched
by Hogarth, 447 ; again escapes from
Newgate, 543; rescues Thames Dar.
of the palace at, 297 ; royal occupants his last interview with his mother,
Jenkinson, Olinthus, Adventures of a
Harem Unveiled, 389.
Jerdan, William, Baron von Dullbrainz
206. 414. 528. 623.
story of, 561.
Course of Lectures on the Philosophy him, 87.
Kemble, John, anecdote of him and his
Kingston, list of English Kings crowned
Lady Singing, Lines to a, 50.
a Lay of St. Dunstan, 88; Legends of
Lochs and Glens, No. II. 195; Legend
of St. Brandan-Enchanted Island,
or the A dalantado of the Seven Cities,
275; a Legend of Puckaster, 368; the
Abbot's Oak, or Legend of Money-
Hutch Lane, 508.
Legends of the Isle of Wight, 66. 69 ;
the Queen's Bower at Borthwood,
253 ; Godshill, 265,
Princess Amelia, for excluding the
public from Richmond Park, 86.
Young Girl, 108; on the Power of
475; on a spot where it is intended to
build a Church, 598.
Lochs and Glens, legends of, see Le.
ventures, 1 ; his burglary at Dollis Hill, London by Moonlight, a poem, 303.
Longfellow, H. W., The Reaper and the Play, some account of a New, by 'Tho-
mas Ingoldsby, 639.
and conduct of, 305 ; his Diary, 306. er's Story by, 33.
Morgan at Panama, 43; Retiring from
Business, 65 ; Blind Girl to her Mo-
ther, 78 ; the Old Elm, 140; the Con.
queror's Grandsire, 271; the Hatch.
ment, 286 ; London by moonlight,
303; the First Farewell, 352; the
Grave, 366; the Withered Rose, 380;
Reaper and the flowers, 482 ; those
Sweet, those Happy Days, 574; the
Twickenham Church, 152 ; account
song in praise of the Thames, 84 tellect previous to his dissolution, 155.
Priolland Zelie, account of her suicide,
Prospectus of an intended Course of
Lectures on the Philosophy of Hum.
Pyrenean Hunter, or Wild Sports in the
South of France : Wolf-Hunting in
the Landes, 496.
Quip, Vincent Eden by, 172. 341. 646.
The Thames and his Tributaries, 79;
No. V. 151. 296.
Reaper and the Flowers, a poem, 482.
Remarkable Suicides, 516.
Retiring from Business, a poem, 65.
Richmond Church, account of the monu.
ments in, 80.
- Palace, account of, 83.
vour of suicide, 518.
St. Brandan, Legend of, see Enchanted
St. Nicholas, story respecting, 66.
Samphire Gatherer's Story, 33.
cide” in, 526 ; Dog-Hospital of, 141. of " The Friends of Suicide" in Paris,
Sheppard, Jack, see Jack Sheppard.
of the--Recollections of the Alham.
Socrates, his opinion of suicide, 517. Trafalgar, sonnet on the anniversary of
Those Dustmen's Bells, 428; Songs of Trollope, Mrs., the Patron King by, 483.
Mallet in praise of the Thames, 84.
Niggers — Hudson River Steam-boat
Veterans of Chelsea Hospital, 51.
ancient philosophers respecting, 577; his meeting with Mr. Walrus, 172; ac.
cepts the invitation to dine with the
Brothers' Club, 176; obtains a Trinity
at Henley, 646.
Walpole, account of its previous pos-
by, 50 ; Retiring from business, 65;
the First Farewell, 352 ; the Wither-
ed Rose, 380 ; the Dead Bird, 395 ;
lines to Julia, 462 ; to Alura, 475.
being deposited in the mausoleum of
Lord Despencer, 156.
Withered Rose, a poem, 380.
Wolfert's Roost, see Crayon Papers.
ton Court, 296 ; presents it to Henry
VIII, 297; his reverse of fortune, 298.
Young Girl, lines to