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SECOND VOLUME OF THE NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE,

AND LITERARY JOURNAL.

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Blues and Anti-Blues, remarks on their
Abyssinia, Pearce's account of, 251 : cha- amiable character, 220: fallacy of old

racter of Pearce, by Mr. Salt, ib. : of the saws against learned ladies, 223: women
governors, 252: extraordinary activity of in their proper sphere in such pursuits,
the Arabs, 253: vexations endured by 224.
Pearce, 254: Abyssinian christianity, Bonaparte, his death and character, 182 to
255: effect of their civil dissentions on 189 : mode of life at St. Helena, 442.
morals, 256: different tribes, their habits, Books (Old), 117: vis literaria extracted
and religious fasts and holidays, 257 : from Burton & Brown, 118: Montaigne
character of the people, 455: habits of, never unpillaged, 118: black letter au-
457.

thors, their superior merits, 119 : Pope's
Acquaintances, 378: the horrors of intro- obligations and transmutations, ib.: proof

duction, ib. : misery of salutations, 379 : in point, 120.
Friendship and love, 280.

Botany, lines on, 46: remarks on, 392 :
Address to Belzoni's mummy, 128.

pleasures of in the country, 393: adapted
Affectation in portraiture, 635: different particularly for the study of ladies, 394:

schools of, ib.: painters depict them- objections to the Linnean system com-
selves any thing but what they are, 637 : bated, ib. : heaths, their uses, 395 : phy-
instances of inconsistency, ib. 638 : bad siology of vegetables a curious and inter-
taste in portraiture defined, ib.: different esting branch of botany, ib.: the study of
affectations of the age, 639.

botany illustrates a passage in holy writ,
Africa (Southern), review of a Description

396.
of, 438: Cape Town, 439: want of water, Boy-Bishops preached formerly in the
440: Dutch system of agriculture, ib.: churches at Christmas, 642.
the emigrants' hope of success at, 441 : Brothers (The), a tale from Schiller, 249.
Table Mountain, 442: St. Helena and Bull-fights, account of, 368.
Napoleon, ib. 443, 444.
Alfieri, sonnet of, translated, 607.

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American Epistles, or the land of promise, Campbell (T.), lectures on poetry, 1, 225,
617.

461: a song by, 421: song of Hybrias
Indians, eloquence of, 60 to 70. translated by, 466.
Anecdotes of Spanish Monks, 35, 36: of Cant, definition and description of, 299:

Highlanders, 544 : of Pope, 493 : of So- the epidemic of modern essayism, 301.
phie Arnould and Rousseau, 663 : of Dr. Cape of Good Hope, account of, 438: want
Johnson, 640.

of water, 440: Dutch agriculture, ib.: the
Ano Virgineo, curious Spanish manuscript, emigrants, 441.
35,

Catholic (Roman), parties amongst the, in
Anti-Blues and Blues, or learned ladies, Ireland, 432.
220.

Cat-painter, account of, 508.
Apologue of Dr. Sheridan, versified, 37. Census (The), humorous remarks on,

398:
Arabic and Persian literature, 496: Arabic consternation occasioned by it to unmar.

verses to Bonaparte on his marriage, ried persons, ib.: instances, 399, 400,
566.

401, 402.
Auburn, pilgrimage to, and account of, Christmas-keeping, 641 : in London, 642:
477.

institutions connected with, 643 : law-
Authors (Young), hints to, 621: methods yers of Lincoln's Inn, their revels, ib.:
of beginning a work, 622.

of the Inner Temple, ib.: revelry and

sports of the Church, 644: carols and
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their origin, ib.: modern mode of keep-
Baif (Lazare), an early French dramatist, ing in the country, 645.
51: the younger Baíf, 124.

Claus (Peter), tale of, 150.
Beauty, stanzas to a, 444.

Clergyman (Spanish), on the formation of
Bibliographical researches of Mr. Dibdin, his character, 28: his birth and parent-
review of, 189.

age, 29, 30: first taken to the confesssion,
Vol. II.

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31: effects of it, 32: first becomes ac- and nuns, at Osuna, 518, 519: roads in
quainted with books, 33: determines to the Sierra de Ronda, and a Spanish vicar,
take orders, 34: the Ano virgineo, 35: 520: modes of life at Olbera, and charac-
education and the Jesuits, 157 : exercises ter of the inhabitants, 521: the plague
of Saint Ignatius, 159: Father Vega, at Seville, 608: the popular prayers for
sketch of his character, 160, 161: in- aid, 609: parish priests, super ons re-
struction, 162: reads Feyjoo, 163 : repri- specting, 611: female dress attacked
manded for reading that author, 164: ac- from the pulpit, 612: various supersti-
count of the Spanish universities, 286 : tions to avert infection, 613.
qualifications to be received at, 287 :
Campomanes reforms them, 288. absur-

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dities in matters of science and litera-
ture, 289, 290: struggles between geni- Earl Bristols farewell, verses, 277.
us and constituted ignorance, 290: the Education, new modes of, 409: proposed
clergyman studies French, 291 : reads improvements in, 412.
forbidden books, 292: mental impres- Echo, sonnet to, 454.
sions, 293 : is ordained, 294 : peace of Eloquence of American Indians, specimens
mind forsakes him, 296 : finds a friend,

ot, 60.
and discloses his feelings, 298: conclu- English Language, innovations in, 308.
sion of his statement, ib.

English Pride, thoughts on, 135: pride of
Comedies of Thomas May, 70: extracts

purse, 136: contemptible distinctions in
from, 71.

country parishes and towns, 136: mid-
Conception (The), an early dramatic mys-

dling classes of London, 137 : their high
tery, 51.

life below stairs, ib.: city pride of wealth,
Conversation, remarks on, 484: means of

138: ostentation and luxury, 139: civic
succeeding in, 485: social, 604.

dinners, 140.
Corneille, remarks on, 417.

English Tragedy, criticism on, 47, 121, 413,
Coronations, remarks on, and history of, Enthusiasm, observations on, 265.
96, 208: on the preparation for, 216.

Epigrams of Pananti, 450, 527.
Cowardice (Female), 502.
Cowper, on his poctical character, 153: ex-

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tract from, on flowers, 177.

Fashion, Revolution in, 388: Female Cow-
Cries (London), philosophy of the, 422:
character of, 423 ; different sorts of, 425. Fictions (Modern), observations on, 165.

ardice, 502.
Criticism, on French and English tragedy, Filicaja, sonnet from, 313.
47, 121,385: on the comedies of Thomas First Spring, story from the German, 533.
May, 70: on De Musset's life of Rous- Foscolo (Ugo), lines to, 481.

Fragments from the Woods, 60: speech of

Black Thunder, 61: Skenaudo, the
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Oneida warrior, 62: his eloquent ha-
Daisy, lines to the, 285.

rangue, 63: defiance of a chieftain of

the Creek nation, ib.: the Virginian
D'Alembert, anecdote of, 662.

chief to Sir W. Berkeley, 64: address of
De La Taille (Jean), on his plays, 122.

a Cherokee chief, ib.: Tecumseh, the
D'Houdetot (Mad.), 661.

prophet of war, 66: Hauanossa's speech,
Dibdin's Bibliographical Researches, re.

66, 67: Black Buffaloe, 68: pathetic
view of, 189: the king's library at Paris

address of Scauaudo, 68, 69.
and its treasures, 190: ancient MSS. 190, French 'Tragedy, criticism on, 47, 121, 413.
191: visits Strasburgh, 191 : Stuttgard,
192: interview with the brethren of

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Chremsminster, 193: his entertainment,
194, 195,

Garden, Walks in a, 41, 173.
Don Leucadio Doblado's letters from Spain, Garnier (Robert), criticism on his dramas,

25: character of Spaniards, 26: of Spa- 124.
nish clergymen, 27 to 35: anecdotes of German popular and traditionary Litera.
monks, 35, 36 : on the system of Spanish ture, 146: historical review of, 148,
ecclesiastical education, 157 to 165 : on 149: the Goatherd, or history of Peter
the formation of the Spanish clorical Claus, 150: remarks on, 151, 152:
character, 286: description of Spanish hymns or songs, 357, 358: traditionary
universities, 286 to 292: bull-fights, 368 tales, 358: "Little Garden of Roses,"
to 377 : sets out to Olbera, 512 : anec- 359: dwarfs, expulsion of, from the
dotes of Spanish manners, ib. : “El Dia- Hartz, 361: Emperor Frederick, tale re.
blo Predicador," a Spanish play, 514: specting, 570: the mountain enchant.
the Las Animas and lottery of purgatory, ment, 571: the Vintner of Tilleda, ib.:
516: distinctions of society, convents ballad of the Brocken, 573.

seau, 650.

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