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De Musset's Life of J. J. Rousseau
Sonnet from Monti
SECOND VOLUME OF THE NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE,
AND LITERARY JOURNAL.
Blues and Anti-Blues, remarks on their
racter of Pearce, by Mr. Salt, ib. : of the saws against learned ladies, 223: women
thors, their superior merits, 119 : Pope's
duction, ib. : misery of salutations, 379 : in point, 120.
Botany, lines on, 46: remarks on, 392 :
pleasures of in the country, 393: adapted
schools of, ib.: painters depict them- objections to the Linnean system com-
botany illustrates a passage in holy writ,
461: a song by, 421: song of Hybrias
Highlanders, 544 : of Pope, 493 : of So- the epidemic of modern essayism, 301.
of water, 440: Dutch agriculture, ib.: the
Catholic (Roman), parties amongst the, in
Cat-painter, account of, 508.
verses to Bonaparte on his marriage, ried persons, ib.: instances, 399, 400,
institutions connected with, 643 : law-
of the Inner Temple, ib.: revelry and
sports of the Church, 644: carols and
their origin, ib.: modern mode of keep-
Claus (Peter), tale of, 150.
Clergyman (Spanish), on the formation of
age, 29, 30: first taken to the confesssion,
31: effects of it, 32: first becomes ac- and nuns, at Osuna, 518, 519: roads in
English Pride, thoughts on, 135: pride of
purse, 136: contemptible distinctions in
country parishes and towns, 136: mid-
dling classes of London, 137 : their high
life below stairs, ib.: city pride of wealth,
138: ostentation and luxury, 139: civic
English Tragedy, criticism on, 47, 121, 413,
Epigrams of Pananti, 450, 527.
Fashion, Revolution in, 388: Female Cow-
Fragments from the Woods, 60: speech of
Black Thunder, 61: Skenaudo, the
Oneida warrior, 62: his eloquent ha-
rangue, 63: defiance of a chieftain of
the Creek nation, ib.: the Virginian
chief to Sir W. Berkeley, 64: address of
a Cherokee chief, ib.: Tecumseh, the
prophet of war, 66: Hauanossa's speech,
66, 67: Black Buffaloe, 68: pathetic
address of Scauaudo, 68, 69.
Garden, Walks in a, 41, 173.
25: character of Spaniards, 26: of Spa- 124.