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INDEX TO VOLUME VI.
ABSTRACT of Meteorological Observations Buchanites, account of the, 663.
Bullers of Buchan, description of the, 396.
Cameronians, remarks on the, 169, 513.
Cape of Good Hope, on Emigration to the,
Carrier Pigeons, notice of, 214.
Large Towns, 18—Remarks on, 177.
Towns, review of, 18—Remarks on, 177.
count of their death at Lyons, in 1642,
Civil Appointments, 478.
Commercial Reports, 107, 223, 351, 473,
Cornwall, Barry, review of his
Crocodile's Flesh used for Food, 579.
Culinary Poisons, and Adulterations of
Dancing, on the vice of, 43.
Death-bed, the Elder's, 682.
De Foe on Apparitions, remarks on, 201.
the remains of, at Dumfermline, 297. tions of the, No I. 89-No II. 276-No
fermline, on the, 297.
says on, 409.
says on, 409.
Drama, Acted, in London, notices of the, Geography, proposed new system of, 341.
Geological Society in Cornwall, notice of the,
George III. the late, retrospect of the pub-
Germany, review of Travels in, 536.
Gordon, the late Dr, letter relative to, 307.
Greece, a Sonnet, 524.
Guilt, or the Anniversary, a Tragedy, by
Müllner, review of, 121.
mers, review of, 18_Remarks on, 117. quidation of the National Debt, 441-15
tions of the Dilettanti Society of, 89, neither Practicable nor Safe, 448.
knowledge of the, 501,
Historia Major, of Mathew Paris, extracts
from, 84, 273.
Horæ Cantabrigiensis, No IV. 47.
-No III. 397—No IV. 525.
Horæ Scoticæ, No 1. 568
ties, pointed out by Gall and Spurzheim,
II. 3–Political, entitled the Warder, Indian Dramatic Poetry immemorially an-
Individual and National Genius, on the
Irving, Washington, and Charles Brockden
Brown, on the writings of, 554.
Jewell, the, on Sir Thomas Urquhart's work
Vice of Dancing, 43—From the “ His- Juan, Don, unread, 194.
Laidlaw, James, letter of, from America,
Lake School of Poetry, Essays on the, No
Lamentation of Granada, a Moorish ballad,
Language, on the impossibility of a stand-
Leslie, versus Hebrew, 501.
pondence of its Ambassadors at the Otto relative to the late Dr Gordon, 307.
from an elderly gentlewoman, to Mr
ciple, and other Faculties, remarks on, 630.
from a liberal Whig, 288, 492.
analogy between the growth of, 375–On nent literary characters, No VI. 615.
Literary Pocket Book, review of the, 235. National Monument, on the proposal to
and Scientific Intelligence, 98, 213, take the Parthenon as the model of, 137.
and Individual Genius, analogy
Debt, remarks on Heathfield's
plan for the reduction of the, 441.
Cromek’s remains of, 314.
North, Mr Christopher, letter from an el-
Notices of Reprints of Old Books, No V.
XI.51-No XII. 174-No XIII. 386
No XIV. 624.
Meteorological, for 1819, ab.
stract of, 505.
Old Books, curious, notices of reprints of,
Edmonton-Ford, Dekker, and Rowley,
Major of, 84.His reflections on the
from the Grave, 85 Character and
_Death of William the Conqueror, 87
88_Death and Character of La Franc,
dotes of Malcolm, King of Scotland,
St Oswin, ib.Vision of the Monks at
the, 562—Answer to the remarks, by one the, in the Scottish National Monument,
Pedes Scansorii of Birds, notices regarding
Butrago, 484—The Death of Queen Peterhead, review of Buchan's annals of,
mer world, 439.
Gall and Spurzheim, 309.
of Guilt, 121_Of his Twenty-Ninth of plication to the study of, considered, 35.
Physiognomy, on the science of, 650.
tions of the, 583.
Pocket-book, literary, review of the, 135.
Poetry, review of Coleridge's, 3review of
the Missionary, 13-On the Cockney
School of, No VI. 70-Stanzas compos- the progressive change of Poetical Style,
The Sir Thomas Brown, 435_On the pheno-
voyage to Ireland, 284–Of Cromek's
I. 208-No II. 323-No III. 331-No 314_Of Buchan's annals of Peterhead,
393_Of the 29th of February, a tragic
sketch, by Müllner, 398_Of Sacontala,
an Indian Drama, 417_Of the Cyprus
Crown, a tale, 525_Of Hodgskin's tra-
the adulterations of food, 542-Of Corn-
Rocks, notice on the volcanic theory of,
Reprints of curious old books, notices of,
Sacontala, an Indian Drama, review of,
Cameronians Mark Macrabin, the Cam. Salt Mines of Meurthe, notices concerning
Saturday night, the radical's, 257.
Scotchman, the, in London, No I. 64.
proposed restoration of the Parthenon in
No VI. 70-On the decorations of Edin- Shelley, Percy Bysshe, review of his poems,
Tales of my Landlord, correspondence re- Walks round London, from the Literary
lative to a pretended new series of the, Pocket-book, 244.
Warder, the, No I. 208_No II. 323_No
ticulars of their death at Lyons, in 1642, Wastle, Mr, extracts from his diary, No I.
of the, 291.
-Experiments tried on them, 438-must numbers of this Magazine, 288, 492.
professor Millar, 638.
Works preparing for publication, 101, 216,
Yarrow unvisited, a poem, 194.
Zara's Ear-rings, a Moorish ballad, 487.
Johnston, 725 Ogilvy, 358, 725
Ferguson, 118 Kennedy, 118 Palmer, 358, 479
358, ib, 725
Romer, 230, 606
Lockhart, 725 Ross, 230, 606
M.Kenzie, 230, 358, Rutherford, 230
Scott, 118, 358, 725
Macgregor, 358 Sinclair, 358
Mackie, 358, 725 Skinner, 725,
Hamilton, 230 Mackintosh, 118 Snook, 118
Maclean, 358 Smith, 118, 479
Harvey, 725 Macleod, 118, 725 Sotheby, 606
Marjoribanks, 118 Stevenson, 725
Marshall, 230 Stirling, 479
Maxwell, 230 Stoddart, 118
Morehead, 230 Tawse, 725
Murray, 358 Thomson, 118
Napier, 118 Touch, 118