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INDEX TO VOLUME XXVI.

Adventure in Ceylon, 43
Adventures of Jock MI‘Pherson, 693
Affairs, public, remarks on, 711
Africa, Western, on the British Settle.
ments in, 341
- , Southern, singular adventure in,

809
All for Love, review of Southey's, 62
Alexander the Great, review of biography

of, 421
Alps, a Scene in the, 278
Ambrosianæ, Noctes. No. XLV. 120

No. XLVI. 389_No. XLVII. 846
Amulet, remarks on the, 974
Anniversary, the, 956
Annuals, monologue on the, 948_Forget.
me-Not, 951- The Souvenir, 954—The
Keepsake, 959_Friendship's Offering,

967–The Iris, 971-The Amulet, 974
Appointments, Promotions, &c. Military,

264, 406, 835
Arbuthnot, Sir William, notice of the late,

844
Attila, King of the Huns, review of Wer.

ner's tragedy of, 289
Autobiography of Mad. de Barri, La Con.

temporaine, Le Millionaire, and Vidocq,

remarks on the, 737
Baird, General Sir David, notice of his

death, 644
Ballad, John Weir, a, 50
Bankrupts, British, 266, 408, 809
Bermuda, a scene off, 317–The story

continued, 728
Births, 266, 410, 840
Bonaparte, review of his biography in the

Family Library, 416
Book of the Boudoir, review of Lady Mor.

gan’s, 632
Bruce, the Heart of, in Melrose Abbey, 610
British Settlements in Western Africa,

Letter on the, 341
Buchanan's Epithalamium on the Mar.

riage of Francis of Valois and Mary
Stuart, extracts from, 187-His Fran.

ciscan and the Brotherhood, 493
Canting poetry, remarks on, 239
Catholic relief bill, remarks on the Bishop

of Chester's letter on the, 33
Ceylon, an adventure in, 43
Character of the French, remarks on the, 309

Character of the English, Scots, and Irish,
818-English character, ib. Scottishi

character, 821_Irish character, 824
Chester, Bishop of, remarks on his letter

on the Catholic relief bill, 33
Child, the neglected, 937
Colonial discontent-Lower Canada, 332

-Upper Canada, 334
Colonna, the painter, a tale, 351
Comparison of the modern with the an.

cient Romans, 314
Condition of the Empire of Great Britain,

remarks on the, 97_Causes of distress
in the population, 99_To be remedied
only by reversing the political system,

109
Considerations on the law of divorce, 756
Cortes, Spanish, Wellington the conqueror

and the, 918
Country, the state and prospects of the,

464
Court, the, and the Cabinet, 696
Das Bild, a German Tragedy, Review

of, 1
Deaths, 268, 411, 842
Delta, Sonnets on the scenery of the Tweed,

by, 185–The ruined Nunnery, by,385
– Translation of his sonnet on visiting

Abbotsford, 808
Dibdin's sea songs; or, scenes in a gun.

room, 570_Letter from Thomas Dib.
din, 910
Discontent, Colonial, 332
Dissolution of Parliament, remarks on a,

251
Divorce, considerations on the law of, 755
Domestic policy, our, No. I. 768_No. II.

940
Dublin University, remarks on the, 153
Earthquake, phenomena of the great one

in Calabria, in 1783, 879
Economy, Political, letters on, 510, 671,

789
Edinburgh Review, Mr Sadler and the,

825
Ellen of Reigh, 271
Episode in the Life of the Great Captain

(Wellington,) 918
Essay on Prosing, by a Proser, 436

--- on the Theory and the Writings of
Wordsworth, 453, 593, 774, 894

Ettrick Shepherd, the, a Tale of the Mar, Letter from Thomas Dibdin, Esq. to the

tyrs, by, 48_Letter about Men and Editor, 910_Note by the Editor, 912
Women, by, 245_Ellen of Reigh, by, Letters and Papers, sorting my, 748
271-The p and the q, by, 698

Love, First and Last, 189
Evening in Furness Abbey, an, 540 Loves of the Poets, review of the, 524
Family Library, review of the, 413 Maria Gray, a song, by the Ettrick Shep.
First and Last. No. V. Love, 189-No. herd, 276
VI. Sacrifice, 444

Malavolti, a Neapolitan story, 717
Five Nights in St Albans, the, review of, Marriages, 267, 410, 841
561

Martyrs, a tale of the, 48
Forget-me-Not, remarks on the, 951 Mauvais Pas, the; a scene in the Alps,
Franciscan, the, and the Brotherhood, 488 278
French Literature, remarks on Treuttel Men and Women, letter concerning them,
and Wurtz's catalogue of, 205

by the Ettrick Shepherd, 245
, the, on the character of, 309 Military Appointments, Promotions, &c.
Friendship's Offering, remarks on, 967 264, 406, 835
Furness Abbey, an Evening in, 540 Monologue; or soliloquy on the Annuals,
German Tragedies, review of, Das Bild, 948

I-Attila, King of the Huns, 289 Moonshine, a matter of, 329
Greenwich Hospital, stanzas on a monu. Morgan, Lady, review of her Book of the
ment in the chapel of, 913

Boudoir , 632
Guerilla Leader's vow, the, 52 -

My Landlady and her Lodgers, by the
Harp of Zion, ode to che, 286

author of the Ayrshire Legatees, &c.
Heart of Bruce, the, by Mrs Hemans, 610 1 45_Chap. II. 145_Chap. III. 147–
Hemans, Mrs, Songs of the Affections, Chap. IV. 150_Chap. V. 320-Chap.

by, 52_The Heart of Bruce, by, 610 VI. 321 - Chap. VII. 323 - Chap.
Houwald, Ernest, review of his tragedy, VIII. 325_Chap. IX. 585_Chap. X.
Das Bild, 1

588-Chap. XI. 589_Chap. XII. 590
Hymn over a dying virgin, 277

- Chap. XIII. 731_Chap. XIV. 732
Idiot, the, an anecdote, 631

-Chap. XV. 734
Incledon, Recollections of, 561

Neapolitan Story, a, 717
Ireland, Sketches on the road in. No. Nocies Ambrosianæ, 120—The Popery

IV. 72–No. V. 201 - Modern refore bill, 125_Song by O'Doherty, and imi.
mation in, remarks on, 84_Political tation, 128_Flash song, 131_Song by
prospects in, 924

Mr Theodore, 133_By the Shepherd,
- twenty years ago, 474- Chap. II. 135-Speech by Macrabin, 136 — Song
479_Chap. III. 688

by Theodore, 137- The Duke of Cum.
Iris, remarks on the, 971

berland, 140_The Duke of Welling-
Irish Miscellaneous Estimates, remarks ton, 411--Mr Huskisson, ib.-DrWod.
on Report on the, 644

row and Lord Moncreiff, 390 – The
Italian Sonnets, 829

Union, 392–The Ministry, 395_En.
Italy, poctical and devotional Supersti.

glish and Scotch nobility, 398_Emi.
tions of, 55_Sketches of, 177

gration from the Highlands, 399_Ca.
- and the Arts, a Tale of, 351

nadian boat-song, 400-Speech of Mac-
Jeffrey, Francis, verses written by, in an rabin, 402.-Song, by the Shepherd,
Album, 953

403_ The Shepherd in a fainting fit,
Jews, notice of Milman's llistory of th', and dreaming of hell, 851_His belief
424

in the devil, 852_Prosecutions of the
Jock M.Pherson, the adventures of, 693 London press, 855_Wilkie, the painter,
Keepsake, the, remarks on; 1959

867—The Duke of Wellington and the
Lament, the Watchman's, 237

Catholic relief bill, 859_The press,
Landlady, my, and her Lodgers, 143, 810_Infidels, 864-Political Econo-
320, 585, 731

· my the safeguard of religion, 867—The
Law of Divorce, considerations on the, Church of England, 869
756

Nunnery, the ruined, 385
L'Envoy, the, 716

Observations on the Court and the Cabi.
Letter of the Bishop of Chester to the net, by a Calm Observer, 696

Clergy of his Diocese, remarks on the, Ode to the Harp of Zion, 286
33

Old Gentleman's Teetotum, the, 210
about Men and Women, by the Old Favourite, recollections of an, 561
Eurick Shepherd, 245

Parliament, review of the last Session of,
from Sir Richard Phillips to the 224_On a dissolution of, 251
Editor of Blackwood's Magazine, 337 Parting words, 53

- on the British Settlements in Phenomena of the great earthquake in
Western Africa, 341

1783, 879
-00 Political Economy, to the Phillips, Sir Richard, letter of, 337
Heads of the University of Oxford, Pilgrim of Compostella, review of Sou.
510, 671, 789

they's, 71

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Poetry-John Weir, a Ballad, 50-Songs Werner's tragedy of Attila, 289_OF
of the Affections, by Mrs Hemans, 52 the Family Library, 413_Of the
The Guerilla Leader's Vow, ib.—Part Loves of the Poets, 524_Of the Five
ing words, 53—The Summons, 54 Nights in St Albans, 561_OfSouthey's
Sonnets on the Scenery of the Tweed : Colloquies on the progress and prospects
Melrose Abbey, Abbotsford, 185–Nid. of society, 611-Of Lady Morgan's
path Castle_Wark Castle The Bush Book of the Boudoir, 632
aboon Traquair, 186_Extracts from Review, the Edinburgh, and Mr Sadler,
Buchanan's Epithalamium, 187–The 825
Watchman's Lament, 237 — Ellen of River, the, 640
Reigh, 271_Maria Gray, 276_Hymn Romans, comparison of the modern with
over a dying Virgin, 277-Ode to the the ancient, 314
Harp of Zion, 286_The Ruined Nun. Sacrifice, the first and last, 444
nery, 385_Song, An it werena for fear Sadler, Mr, and the Edinburgh Review, 825
o the muckle black deil, 403_The Scene in the Alps, illustrative of Anne of
Franciscan and the Brotherhood, 493_ Geierstein, 278
An Evening in Furness Abbey, 540- - off Bermuda, 317–Story continued,
The Heart of Bruce in Melrose Abbey, 728
610_Stanzas on a monument in Green- Scenes in a gun-room, 570
wich Hospital, 913_Verses written by Singular letter from Southern Africa, 809
F. Jeffrey, Esq. in an Album, 953_On Sisters of Bethany, the, 975
receiving a bunch of flowers, ib.-The Sketches on the road to Ireland, 72, 201
Sisters of Scio, 956_The Anniversary, Sketches of Italy and the Italians. The
ib.—The Neglected Child, 957-My Tinman of Naples, 177–Venetian tra.
Baby, 958_'The Poet's Answer, 961– gedy, 178–Venetian comedy, 179
To Mr Lucas, 966_Lines on Spoleto, Roman Justice, 180-Roman Beggars,
968-A Bard's Address to his young 181_Felicissima Notte, 183_The Pa.
est Daughter, 969_The Infant Christ, pal Guards, the Vatican, Roman Pro-
972_The Sisters of Bethany, 975

verbs, 184
Poetry, Canring, remarks on, 239

Soliloquy on the Annuals, 948
Poets, the Loves of, review of, 524 Sonnets on the Scenery of the Tweed, by
Policy, our domestic, No. I. 768_No. II. Delta, 185
940

- from the Italian, 829
Political Economy, No. I. 510_No. II. Sorting my letters and papers, 748
671-No. III. 789.

Southey, Ár, review of his All for Love,
Political prospects in Ireland, 924

62_Of Colloquies on the Progress and
Pride, Panegyric on, 914

Prospects of Society, 611
Progress and prospects of society, review Souvenir, remarks on the, 954
of Colloquies on the, 611

St Albans, review of the Five Nights in,
Promotions, appointments, &c., 264, 406, 561
835

State and prospects of the country, 464
Prosing, prose essay on, 436

Stanzas on a monument in Greenwich
Public affairs, remarks on, 711

Hospital, 913
Recollections of an old Favourite, 501 Summons, the, 54
Reformation in Ireland, remarks on the Superstitions of Italy, 55
modern plan of, 84

Tale of the Martyrs, a, 48
Remarks-On the Bishop of Chester's let. - of Italy and the Arts, 351

ter to his Clergy, 33-On the modern Teetotum, the old Gentleman's, 210
plan of reforming Ireland, 84_On the Theory and writings of Wordsworth, essay
condition of the Empire, 97_On the on the, 453, 593, 774, 894
Dublin University, 153-On Treuttel Thoughts on the Times, 640
and Wurtz's catalogue of French litera. Translation of Delta's Sonnet on visiting
ture, 205_On canting poetry, 239 Abbotsford, 809
On a dissolution of Parliament, 251 University, Dublin, remarks on the, 153
On the character of the French, 309— Watchman's Lament, the, 237
On the state and prospects of the coun. Wellington in Cadiz ; or, the Conqueror
try, 461_On Dibdin's sea songs, 570 and the Cortes, 918
-On the report on Irish miscellaneous Werner's tragedy of Attila, review of, 289
estimates, 644_On the Court and the Western Africa, or the British settlements
Cabinet, 696_On public affairs, 711 in, 341
-On the autobiography of Mad. de Wilson, Professor, an Evening in Fur.
Barri, &c. 737_On our domestic po. ness Abbey, by, 540
licy, 768_On the character of the Eng. Women, Men and, letter about, 245
'lish, Scots, and Irish, 818

Wordsworth, essay on the theory and the
Review_Houwald's tragedy, Das Bild, writings of, 453, 593, 774, 894

I_Southey's All for Love, and the Works preparing for publication, 262,
Pilgrim of Compostella, 62_Of the 832
last session of Parliament, 224_Of Zion, ode to theharp of, 286

INDEX TO BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.

ib.

BIRTHS. Hislop, 840

Ross, 266

Cowan, 410, 811
Agnew, 267
Howden, 840 Roy, 267

Craig, 267, 268
Aitchison, 840 Home, 267

Rymer, 267

Craik, 410
Alison, 840
Hunter, 410

Sandford, 810 Crouch, 410
Allan, 840
Hutton, 840
Scarth, 266

Currie, 411
Anderson, 266 Inglis, 840

Scott, 267

Darroch, 841
Ball, 410

Jardine, 267 Scrymsoure, 266 Dawson, 841
Ballard, 267 Johnston, 840, ib. Simpson, 410 Dick, 268, ib.
Barron, 840
Keith, 840
Sinclair, 410

Dormer, (Lord) 267
Ballantyne, 840 Ker, 266

Sligo, (Marchioness,) Drummond, 410
Bell, 266
Kincaid, 267

410

Duncan, 268
Blair, 266
Lamont, 840 Smith, 267

Duff, 268, 411
Blaikie, 410 Learmonth, 840 Somerset, (Lady Edmond, 41
Bogue, 840

Lindsay, 266, 267, Grenville) 840 Ellis, 410
Borthwick, 410

Spence, 267, ib. Erskine, 267
Boyd, 410
Logan, 410

Stewart, 266, 410, Fergusson, 267
Broughton, 266 Lumsden, 840

840, ib.

Ferme, 410
Brown, 266

M‘Bean, 840 Swinton, 841 Finlay, 268
Burn, 840
Macdonald, 266 Tait, 410

Forrester, 812
Cadell, 267 Macglashan, 840 Tawse, 840

Fortune, 411
Campbell, 266, 267, Mackenzie, 266, 841 Tennant, 266 Galloway, 267, 268
410

Mackean, 410, 840 Tucker, 410 Glennie, 410
Cawdor, (Countess,) Maclaren, 267 Turnbull, 267 Gooch, 267
410

Makgil, 266 Wardlaw, 266 Gordon, 411, 842
Chalmers, 841 Marshall, 266, Wemyss, (Lady Em. Grace, 410
Cleghorn, 267 Maughan, 810

ma) 840

Grant, 811, ib.
Cockburn. 267 Meldrum, 840 West, 410

Gray, 268
Colville, 410

Melville, 410 White, 410, 841 Greig, 841
Cowan, 841

Menzies, 840, ib. Wigham, 841 Greenhill, 268
Currie, 840
Miller, 410

Wilson, 410, 810 Guild, 841
Dauney, 267 Milton, (Viscount. Wortley, 410 Hanbury, 841
Dennistoun, 841 ess,) 840

Wotherspoon, 840 Harden, 267
Dickenson, 840 Mitchell, 267 Wynne, 267 Hay, 841, ib.
Dickson, 267 Moir, 841

Younger, 410 Henderson, 841
Dirom, 841
Moncreiff, 267 Yule, 267

Hook, 267
Doughty, 840 Montague, 410

Horsburgh, 812
Dove, 840

Montgomery, 840 MARRIAGES. Hutchison, 268
Drummond, (Lady Mossman, 410 Agnew, 268

Innes, 267
Elizabeth,) 840 Mullo, 410

Ainslie, 410

Johnston, 267
Dunbar, 267 Murray, 410 Allan, 841

Keir, 267
Dunlop, 410 Murrick, 410 Anderson, 267, 410 Keith, 268
Elcho, (Lady,) 410 Napier, 266, 840 Andover, (Visc.) 842 Kinloch, 267
Eliott, 266
Nichol, 410

Barclay, 268 Kirk, 411
Errol, 266
Nisbet, 840

Bayne, 268, 412 Lamb, 267
Ewing, 840 Ogilvie, 410 Bell, 267

Lang, 410
Ferguson, 840 Ord, 267

Bingham, (Lord) Leman, 842
Forbes, 267 (Lady) Paget, 840

411

Leny, 268
840
Paterson, 266 Birrell, 841

Liulejohn, 411
Forrest, 840
Pattison, 840 Brooks, 267

Lowrie, 841
Fraser, 267
Paul, 410

Braid wood, 841 M'Arthur, 267
Gillespie, 840 Peddie, 410

Brown, 410

M'Callum, 841
Gordon, 267
Peel, 840
Bruce, 841

Macdonald, 268
Graham, 267, ib. Philp, 266

Buccleuch, (Duke Macdowall, 841
Grant, 266
Pinkerton, 840 of) 841

M•Farlan, 411
Gray, 410
Plomer, 267
Burnet, 411

M'Gill, 411
Guilford, (Countess) Purves, 267

Calder, 841

M.Kinnon, 841
840

Radcliffe, 841 Callender, 842 Mackersey, 841
Hall, 840

Rattray, 810 Campbell, 841 Mackenzie, 841
Hay, 266, 840 Richardson, 267, 841 Cavendish, 841 M.Murdo, 841
Hepburn, 410 Robertson, 266, 267, Clarke, 268 M•Whirter, :68
Hewat, 840

ib. 810

Coleridge, 842 Maitland, 411
Hill, 840

Robinson, 207 Colville, 812 Malcolm, 841

Maxwell, 267 Boak, 268

Dunwell, 843 Jobson, 269, ib.
Methven, 267 Bonar, 269

Durie, 842

Johnston, 268, 269,
Millar, 410
Boswell, 268 Dyson, 843

843, ib. ib. ib. ib.
Moffat, 841

Bowmaker, 842 Edgeworth, 269 Ker, 842, 843
Moir, 268
Boyes, 268

Edington, 411, 412 Kid, 269
Monkhouse, 842 Boyd, 269

Erskine, 269 Kinnear, 270
Montgomerie,411,841 Brandon, 412 Esplin, 843

Kirkaldy, 411
Murray, 267, 411 Brodie, 269 Ewart, 411

Kirkley, 411
Ogilvy, 268
Brown, 270, 843 Ewing, 411

Kirkwood, 842
Oliphant, 268 Bruce, 411

Eyre, 411

Langhorne, 843
Packenham, 411 Burd, 843

Fairley, 843

Langton, 843
Park, 411
Butler, 269

Farquharson, 269 Leslie, 270
Patterson, 267 Calder, 842

Fettes, 412

Liddell, 842
Pattison, 268 Cambden, (March. Finlay, 843

Lindsay, 268
Paul, 841, ib.

ioness) 844 Finlayson, 270 Logan, 269
Penson, 811

Cameron, 412 Fitzgerald, (Ld. H.) Loraine, 842
Petre, 411
Campbell, 268, 269, 412

Lorimer, 843
Ramsden, 841

ib. ib. 41), ib. 412, Fletcher, 842 M'Auley, 842
Reid, 268, 841

843
Forbes, 842

M.Cartney, 412
Rich, 410

Carfrae, 842 Forrester, 412 M'Connell, 269
Richmond, 411 Cargo, 842

Fox, 8412

M‘Diarmid, 843
Robertson, 267, 410 Chalmers, 842 Fotheringham, 842 Macdonald, 269, 411
Robinson, 411 Charteris, 843 Fraser, 268, 270, 411, Macdonell, 269, 412
Rogers, 841 Chartres, 813

842

M'Dougali, 411, 842
Russell, 268
Cheape, 411

Gardner, 269, 843, ib. Macdowall, 411
Rutherford, 267 Chichester, 270 Gibb, 269, 843 M-Gill, 769
Sandilands, 410 Christie, 842 Gibson, 843 Macintosh, 412, 842
Scott, 267, 268 Cleghorn, 412 Gilchrist, 411 M·Kean, 842
Scougall, 267 Clermont, (Visc.) 411 Gillespie, 412 Mackenzie, 268, 269,
Seton, 267
Cludde, 411 Girdwood, 843

270, 412
Shiells, 841
Colvin, 412

Glasgow, 412 Mackinlay, 842
Sprott, 268
Condie, 412

Gordon, 269, 270, MI'Lean, 412
Stephenson, 267 Cochrane, 270, 842 844

M.Leod, 812
Steele, 841
Colchester, (Lord) 269 Gowan, 843

M'Leroth, 412
S:obie, 812
Corsar, 268

Graham, 411, 842 M'Murdo, 411
Strachan, 811 Cossar, 843

Grant, 270, ib. Mactavish, 270
Surenne, 841
Cotton, 268

Gray, 269, 411,812, M•Whirter, 270
Suttie, 841
Coventry, 209

843

Maitland, 844
Symon, 811
Cowie, 270

Greenhill, 269 Marshall, 842
Tait, 410, 842 Cracroft, 843 Gregory, 843 Martin, 843
Thomson, 267, 268 Craig, 843

Gregorson, 842 Mathie, 269
Turnbull, 410 Craigie, 843 Grierson, 412 Mein, 41
Waddell, 841 Crawford, 269, ib. Grinlay, 842 Meggett, 269
Walker, 411 Crighton, 411 Gunby, 842

Melville, 270
Wallace, 268 Cunningham, 411, Guthrie, 269 Memes, 842
Wood, 411

843

Hall, 269, 270 Menzies, 269
Cuthbertson, 412 Hamilton, 268, ib. Millar, 270
DEATHS. Dacres, 843

270, 412

Mitchell, 843
Alison, 813

Dalrymple, 268, 269, Hampden, 270 Moir, 268
Anderson, 412

270

Hardinge, 843 Montgomerie, 269,
Arbuthnot, 844 Darling, 842 Harrington (Earl) 843
Archibald 268 Davidson, 843

843

Morgan, 270
Arran, 270
Deas, 270

Harris, 270 Muir, 411, 813
Baillic, 843

Denholm, 842 Harrower, 842 Muirhead, 412
Baird, 844

Despard, 843 Hay, 268, 270, 411 Mungal, 412
Balcoinbe, 270 Deuchar, 268 Henry, 842

Murray, 412,842,843
Balfour, 813
Dewar, 268
Hill, 843

Napier, 813
Ballantyne, 411, 843 Dickson, 269 Hohenlohe, 270 Neill, 813
Balvaird, 812 Dods, 270

Home, 269, 170 Nicol, 843
Bannerman, 411 Douglas, 208, 209, Hope, 812

Nightingall, 844
Barker, 270
412, ib. 843 Horne, 209

Ochiltree, 268
Barr, 813
Dow, 411

Howden, 411 Ogilvie, 270, ib.
Beckwith, 412 Drummond, 268, 269, Hullock, 812 Parlane, 270
Begge, 813

270, 412
Ilunter, 270

Patterson, 842
Bertram, 268 Duff, 268, 412 Ingram, 269

Pelly, 412
Berry, 843

Dunbar, 269 Innes, 268, 842 Pitcairn, 269
Bird, 842
Duncan, 412, 843 James, 412

Pollok, 269, 412
Black, 270, 411, 412 Dunlop, 269 Jameson, 843, ib. Poope, 844
Blackwood, 843 Dunn, 269, 270 Jay, 269

Power, 844

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