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64 Hosp. Assist Chambers, As. Surg.

vice O'Halloran, 12 F. 29 Apr. 182*. 78 T. M. Wilson, Ens. by purch. vice

Hamilton prom. 15 do.

91 Gent Cadet J. Hughes, from Royal

Mil. Coll. Ens. vice Campbell, dead 29 do.

92 Capt Spinks, from 4 F. Maj. by pur.

vice Lieut. Col. Fulton, ret 13 May

95 Fox, from 15 F. Capt vice Bt

Ma). Mitchell, h. p. 6 do.

96 Lt Furlong, from n. p. 43 F. Paym.

22 Apr.

2 W. I. Reg. Capt. Smith, from h. p. 60 F. Capt

vice Welman, cane. do.

Ceyl. Regt G. Pickard, 2d Lieut vice M'Crea,

44 F. 29 da

Afr. Col. C. As. Surg. Stewart, from 11 F. Surg.

13 May Hosp. As. Fergusson, As. Surg. do.

Picton, do. do.

1 R. V. B. Capt. Welman, from h. p. 3 Gar. Bn. Capt. vice Leach, ret. list 29 Apr.

Le Guay, from h. p. 95 F. do.

vice M'Artnur, ret list 13 May.

Lieut Quill, from h. p. 15 F. Lieut

vice Blood, ret list 29 Apr.

Maj. Sir H. Floyd, Bt. from 8 Dr.

Lieut Cot of Inf. by purch. vice

Gen. Dowdeswell, ret 6 May 1824. Lieut Douglas, from Gren. Gds. Cap.

by purcb. vice Maclauchlan, Rl.

Eng. ret 13 do.


Lieut Clarke, 77 F. Town Adjt in the Island of Malta 29 Apr. 1824

Ordnance Department.

R. Art. 2d Capt. Patten, from h. p. 2d Cant.

vice Close, h. p. 23 Apr. 1824.

1st Lieut Miller, from h. p. 1st Lieut

vice Richardes, h. p. 12 May

R. Eng. Col. Mulcaater, from h. p. Col. vice

D'Arcy, ret. 15 Apr.

Capt Henryson, from h. p. Cap. vice

Maclauchlan, h. p. 13 May

R. Sap. & Min. 2d Capt H. D. Jones, Adjt vice

Reid, ret 22 Apr.

Hospital Staff.

Capt. Edwards, 75 F. Major in the
Army 13 May, 1824.

Aveline, E. I. Comp. Service,

Adjt. at R. Military Seminary at
Addiscombe, Local Rank of Capt.
while so employed, vice Lester, re-
signed do.

Lieut. Ritherdon, of do. Acting Adj.

at do. Local Rank of Lieut, while

so employed do.

7 Dr. Gds. Cornet Brett, Lieut, by purch. vice

Nicolls, prom. 24 Apr.

E. R. Buller, Corn. do.

3 Dr. T. Richardson, Corn, by purch. vice

M'Lachlan, ret 29 do.

4 Major Brown, from 8 Dr. Maj. vice

Onslow, h. p. 42 F. rec. din*. 13 May 8 Bt. Maj. Brown, Maj. by purch. vice

Sir H. Floyd, prom. 6 do.

Lieut. Paterson, Capt. do.

Corn. Parlby, Lieut. do.

J. T. Lord Brudenell, Corn. do.

Bt. Lieut. Col. Lord G. W. Russell,

from h. p. 42 F. Maj. vice Brown,

4 Dr. 13 do.

15 Corn. Rcss, Lieut by purch. vice

Jolliffe, V9 F. 22 Apr.

E. A. Perceval, Corn. do.

16 Corn. Penn, from 17 Dr. Corn, vice

Brett, h. p. 24 Dr. do.

17 Lieut Bond, Capt by purch. vice

M'Neale, ret. 6 May

Corn. Lewis, Lieut do.

Hon, G. W. Edwardes, Corn. do.

Corn. Barron, from h. p. 21 Dr. Cor.

vice Penu, 16 Dr. 22 Apr.

Gren. Gds. Assist Surg. Harrison, Surgeon, vice

Curtis, dead 29 da

H. S. Elmslie, Assist Surg. do.

Quart Mast. Serjt. Bayne. Quart

Mast vice Kelly, dead 5 Mar.

As. Surg. O'Halloran, from 64 F.

Surg, vice Price, dead 29 Apr.

Capt Gowdie, from h. p. 19 Dr. Cap.

vice Fox, 95 F. 6 May

Lieut Day, from h. p. W. I. Rang.

Lieut vice Warren, cane. 22 Apr.

Ens. Campbell, Lieut vice Semple,

38 F. 28 do.

Browne, from 44 F. Ens. do.

29 Capt Stannus, Maj. by purch. vice

Tod, ret. 22 do.

Lieut Sir W. G. H. Jolliffe, Bt. from

15 Dr. Capt do.

32 Birtwhistle, Capt. by purch. vice

Belcher, ret 13 May

Ens. Ives, Lieut do.

J. Markham, Ens. da

36 Ens. Roberts, Adjt vice M'Pherson,

ret Adj. only do.

38 Lieut Matthews, Capt vice Read,

dead 23 Oct 1823.

Semple, from 28 F. Capt. vice

rVillshire, prom. 24 do.

Ens. Grimes, Lieut 23 do.

E. Bagot, Ens. da

44 Bt Maj. Brugh, Maj. vice Nixon,

dead 7 Nov.

Lieut Connor, Capt do.

Ens. Ogilvy, Lieut do.

2d Lieut. M'Crea, from Ceylon Regt.
Ens. v. Browne, 28 F. 28 Apr. 1824.
Gent. Cadet. J. D. De Wend, from
Mil. Coll. Ens. vice Ogilvy 29 do.
Ens. Langmead, from 76 F. Lieut,
vice Wood, removed from the Ser-
vice 25 da

46 Hutchinson, Lieut vice Law,

dead 25 Oct 1823.

G. Woodbum, Ens. 29 Apr. 1824.

51 V. Joham, Ens. by purch. vice Rice,

cane. 6 May

59 Lieut Chadwick, Capt by purchase,

vice Clutterbuck, ret 29 Apr.

Ens. Coote, Lieut. do.

J. A. Barron, Ens. do.

M As. Surg. Melvin, Surg, vice Faries,

dead 10 Dec. 1823.

4F. 12

15 10 58

Dep. Insp. Baxter, Insp. by Brevet

10 Dec. 1823.

Phys. Calvert, Dep. Insp. by Brevet

25 Nov. 1818.

—— M'Mullen, do. da

As. Surg. Barry, from h. p. As. Surg.

6 May, 1824.

Lieut. Col. Gordon, from 5 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with

Lieut Col. Wallace, h. p. Unatt Cross, from 36 F. rec. diff. with Lieut

Col. Hewett, h. p. Unatt
Maj. Gardiner, from 14 F. with Bt Lieut CoL

Campbell, b. p. W. India Ra.
Capt Marq. o/Tichfleld, from 2d Life Gds. with

Capt Lord G. Bcntinck, h. p. W. Ind. Rang.

North, from 6 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with Capt

Kington, h. p.

Uennct, from 7 Dr. Gds. with Capt Gowdie,

15 F.

M-Neill, from 17 Dr. with Capt Locke, 2d

W. Ind. R.

Swinton, from 17 F.with Capt Rotton, 20 F.

Half hide, from 17 F. with Capt Caulfleld,

44 F.

Lieut Jcrvis, from 6 Dr. Gds. rec. diff. with Lt

Ramus, h. p. 24 F. —— Leathes, from 1 Dr. rec. diff. with Lieut

Wathen, h. p. 8 Dr. —— Nicholson, from 17 Dr. rec diff. with Lt

Greenland, h. p. 8 Dr.

Lord Wallscourt, from 98 F. rec. diff. with

Lieut Barrett, h. p. 52 F.

Cape. Blake, from Afr. Col. Corps, with Lieut.

Sword h. p. 91 F. Forster, 63 F. with Lieut. Shenley, h. p.

Rifle Brig.
Lt. and Adj. Flood, from 71 F. rec. diff. with Lt.

Ramsden, h. p. 4 F.
Corn. Lett, from 12 Dr. with Ens. Hon. R. Petre,

58 F.

Resignations and Retirements.
Gen. Dowdeswell, late of 60 F.
Lieut. Col. Tod, 29 F.

Fulton, 92 F.

Maj. M'Neale, 17 Dr.
Capt. Belcher, 32 F.

Clutterbuck, 59 F.

Maclauchlan, R. Eng.

Cornet M'Lachlan, 3 Dr.

Appointments Cancelled.
Capt. Wellman, 2d W. Ind. Ra.
Lieut. Warren, 20 F.
Ens. Rice, 51 F.

Removed from the Service.
Lieut. Wood, 44 F.

Staff As. Surg. M'Loughlin.

Lieut. Gen. T. Marshall, East India Comp. Ser-

vice, 28 May, 24.
Col. Mara, of Lothian, K. T. Edinburgh Mil.
Lieut. Col. Hall, h. p. 65 F. Clifton, 13 May, 24.
Major Waldron, 27 F. Tomkins, Limerick Mil. Carnarvon, No.

Wales, 13 Apr. 24. Barberie, late of Barrack Dep.

Capt. Rylance, 43 F. supposed lost at sea,

31 Dec. 23.

Goddard, Dep. Bar. Mast Gen. Nova Sco-
tia, 29 Feb. 24.

Parker, h. p. 94 F.

Nosworthy, h. p. 2 West I. R. lost on pas-
sage from Sierra Leone, Aug. 25.

Connor, h. p. New Brunsw. Fen.

Lieut. Lorimer, 1 F. Limerick, 13 May, 24.

—— Taggart, late 5 Vet. Bn. Jersey, 18 Apr.

Maclean, late 12 do. Cork 1 do.

^——M'Donald, h. p. 7 Dr. Edinburgh, 23 Mar.

Matthews, h. p. 23 F.

Keough, h. p. 25 F. Ireland.

Yelverlon, h. p. 32 F. Kirk Michael, I. of Man, 24 Apr.

Howard, h. p. 33 F. Chalfont, St Giles's

Bucks, 1 Jan.

Wishart, h. p. 42 F. Upper Canada.

Stewart, h. p. 82 F. Hampton, 28 Feb.

Armstrong, h. p. Irish Artil. Liverpool,

3 Apr. 24.

Strong, Light Hone Vol. London, 2 May.

Ens. Oates, h. p. 38 F. 14 Jan. 24.

Sutherland, h.p. 132 F. 26 Apr.

Paymaster Nosworthy, h. p. 2 W. I Regt Aber-
gele, Denbighshire, 18 May, 24.

Burley, Brecon Milit. 15 Apr. Quarter- Master Ens. Kelly, 4 F. Antigua,

5 Mar. 24. Surg. Murphy, Louth Milit. Apr. 24.

Ambrose, h. p. R. Art. So. Mayo Milit.

Ireland, 17 do.

Assistant Surg. Cochrane, h. p. York Ra. Lam-
beth. 29 Feb. 24.

For 1st Lieut Henry Sandham, R. Art. dead, read, 1st Lieut. Christopher Knight Sanders, R.

Art. dead.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.Dec. 1, 1823. At Madras, the Lady of Major
Cadell, assistant-adjutant general, of a son.

29. At Madeira, the Lady of Robert Wallas,
Esq. of a daughter.

Aprils, 1824. At Westwood, near Southamp-
ton, the Lady of Rear-Admiral Otway, of a son.

29. At the British hotel, 70, Queen's Street, the
Lady of George Fullerton Carnegie, Esq. of Pit-
arrow, of a daughter.

May 2. At No. 9, Abercromby Place, the Lady
of James Greig, Esq. of Eccles, of a son.

4. At No. 45, Queen's Street, Edinburgh, the
Lady of William Shand, Esq. of Balmakewan, of
a son.

6. At his Lordship's house, in Berkeley Square,
London, the Countess of Jersey, of a daughter.

7. At Dovecot, Musselburgh, Mrs Home, of a

9. At Inverness, the Right Hon. Lady Anne
Fraser, of Torbeck, of a daughter.

— At Milton House, Edinburgh, Mrs Lee, of a

11. Mrs Alexander Douglas, Albany Street, of
a son.

12. At York Place, the Lady of Dr John Camp-
bell, of a daughter.

15. At Elie, Fifeshire, the Lady of Captain
Porteous, R. N. of a son.

16. At London, Mrs Duff of Carnousie, of a

— Mrs Smith, 3, Albany Street, of a son.

— At Bonnington Bank, Mrs Wyld, of a son.

— At York Place, Mrs Dr. Gillespie, of a son

17. At Dumbarton Castle, the Lady of T. Y.
Lester, Esq. of a son.

18. At No. 10, St John Street, Mrs Dr Poole, of
a daughter.

19. At Albany Street, Mrs Orr, of a son.

22. In Coates Crescent, Mrs Abercromby, of
Birkenbog, of a son.

24. In Coates Cresent, Mrs George Forbes, of a

25. Mrs George Robertson, 28, Albany Street,
of a daughter.

27. In Meadow Place, Mrs Irving, of a son. 28. At North Berwick, the Lady of Major-Ge-
neral Dalrymple, of a son.

— At Stewartfiekl, Mrs Veitch, of a ion.

29. At Woolwich, the Lady of Lieutenant Wil-
liam Cochrane Anderson, Royal Horse Artillery,
of a daughter.

29. Coates Crescent, the Lady of Captain Ayton, Royal Artillery, of a son.

30. At Penchrise, Mrs Pott, of a son.

— At Forge Lodge, Dumfries-shire, the Lady
of Pulteney Mein, Esq. of a daughter.

May 4. At London, Captain Francis J. navies,
of the grenadier guards, to Anna, eldest daughter
of Lieut-General Dunlop, M. P. of Dunlop, coun-
ty of Ayr.

— At London, James John Fraser, Esq. major
in the 7th hussars, to Charlotte Ann, only child
of the late Daniel Craufurd, Esq.

5. At George's Place, Leith Walk, Mr W. B.
Mackenzie, merchant, to Agnes Grieg, daughter
of Robert Anderson, Esq. merchant, Lcith.

6. The Rev. John Peel, son of Sir Robert Peel,
Bart, to Augusta, daughter of John Swinfen, Esq.
of Swinfen House, in the county of Stafford.

— At Birstall, Mr Benjamin Hewitt, of Leeds,
in his 77th year, to Miss Jenny Hewit, (At» niece)
in her 16th year, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas
Hewit, of Middleton.

7- At Mrs Keith's, Corstorphine Hill, James
Wilson, Esq. to Miss Isabella Keith, youngest
daughter of the late William Keith, Esq. of Cor-
fitorphine HilL

8. At Pennyland, near Thurso, Robert Rose,
Esq. writer, Thurso, to Elizabeth, daughter of
the late Alexander Paterson, Esq. of Pennyland.

11. At Blackburn, James Hozier, Esq. advocate,
younger of Newlands and Barrowfleld, to Cathe-
rine Margaret, second daughter of William Feild-
en, Esq. of Fenniscoles, Lancashire.

12. At London, the Marquis of Exeter, to Miss
Isabella Poyntz, daughter of W. S. Poyntz, Esq.
of Grosvenor Place.

18. At Edinburgh, S. Callender, Esq. merchant,
to Amelia, youngest daughter of the late Mr
Archibald, wine-merchant, Leith.

21. At London, the Rev. William Robinson, son
of Sir John Robinson, Bart, to the Hon. Susanna
Sophia Flower, eldest daughter of Lord Viscount

24. At St Andrews, Mr David Balfour, writer
there, to Miss Margaret Tod, daughter of David
Tod, Esq. St Andrews.

Dee. 13,1823. At Calcutta, John Caiman, Esq.
late of Pittenweera, Fifeshire.

April 19,1824. At Missolonghi in Greece, after
an illness of ten days, George Gordon, Lord Byron,
in the 37th year of his age; who has so long and
so amply Ailed the highest place in the public eye.
On the 9th of April, he had exposed himself in a
violent rain; the consequence of which was a se-
vere cold, and he was immediately confined to
bed. The low state to which he had Deen reduced
by previous illness made him unwilling to be bled,
'and the inflammatory action, unchecked, termi-
nated fatally on the 19th April. The following is
a translation of the Proclamation which was issued
by the Greek Authorities at Missolonghi, to the
grief of its inhabitants, who were thus arrested in
the celebration of their Easter festivities:—

"Provisional Government of Greece.—The pre-
sent days of festivity are converted into days of
bitter lamentation for all: Lord Byron departed
this life to-day, about eleven o'clock in the even-
ing, in consequence of a rheumatic inflammatory
fever, which lasted for ten days. During the
time of his illness, your general anxiety evin-
ced the profound sorrow that pervaded your
hearts. All classes, without distinction of sex or
age, oppressed by grief, entirely forgot the days of
Easter. The death of this illustrious personage is
certainly a most calamitous event for all Greece,
and still more lamentable for this city, to which he
was eminently partial, of which he became a citi-
zen, and of the dangers of which he was determi-
ned personally to partake, when circumstances
should require it- His munificent donations to
this community are before the eyes of every one;
and no one amongst us ever ceased, or ever will
cease, to consider him, with the purest and most
grateful sentiments, our benefactor. Until the
disposition of the National Government regarding
this most calamitous event be known, by virtue of
the Decree of the Legislature No. 314, of date the
, 15th October,

"It is ordained,—1. To-morrow, by sun-rise,
thirty-seven minute-guns shall be fired from the
batteries of this town, equal to the number of
years of the deceased personage.—2. All public
offices, including all courts of justice, shall be shut
for the three following days.—3. All shops, except
those for provisions and medicines, shall also be
kept shut; and all sorts of musical instruments,
all dances customary in these days, all sorts of
festivities and merriment in the public taverns,,
and every other sort of public amusement, shall.
cease during the above-named period.—4. A gene-'
ral mourning shall take place for twenty-one days.:
—5. Funeral ceremonies shall be performed in all
the churches."

The Greeks have requested and obtained the
heart of Lord Byron, which will be placed in a
mausoleum in the country, the liberation of which
was his last wish. His body will brought to Eng-
land. His lordship leaves one daughter, a minor.
April 21,1824. At Assapole, Island of Mull, the
Rev. Dugald Campbell, minister of Kilfiniehcn,
in the 78th year of his age, and 52d of his mini-

May 1. At his residence in Argyllshire, John
Maeahster, Esq. of Cour, in the 82d year of his

2. In Russell Place, London, Archibald Cullen,
Esq. of the Middle Temple, one of his Majesty's
Council, and youngest son of the celebrated Dr

— At Stewartfield, Mrs Elliot, of Woollie.

— At Edinburgh, Miss Mary Buchanan, daugh-
ter of the late John Buchanan of Ainprior, Esq.

5. At Oldhamstocks Manse, Miss Mary Moore,
daughter of the Rev. Robert Moore, minister of

— At London, after a very short illness, the
widow of the Right Hon. William Windham, at
an advanced age.

5. At Brighton, James Patrick, the fifth son of
James Loch, Esq. Great Russell Street, Blooms-
bury, London.

6. At Edinburgh, Miss Jane Mackenzie, second
daughter of the late Kenneth Mackenzie, Esq.
W. S.

— In Charles Street, Mrs A.C. Littlejohn, wife
of David Littlejohn, Esq.

7. At Cranston Manse, Mrs Helena Brodie,
wife of the Rev. Walter Fisher, minister of Cran-

8. In Duke Street, Leith, Eliza Giles, eldest
daughter of Mr James Black, merchant there.

10. At Edinburgh, Mr John Guthrie, booksel-
ler, aged 77.

11. At Kilchrinan Manse, Henry, fifth son of
Mr Thomas Dallas, merchant, Edinburgh.

— In Charlotte Square, in her 10th year, Jane,
fourth daughter of the Right Hon. David Boyle,
Lord Justice Clerk.

12. At North Charlotte Street, William, only
son of Mr William Tennant, jun.

— At Inveresk, Louis David Ramsay, the in-
fant son of J. H. Home, Esq. of Longformachus.

13. At Deanbank House, near Edinburgh, Wil-
liam Bruce, Esq. upholsterer in Edinburgh.

— At Limerick, Lieutenant Lorimer.

14. At Cottartown of Logiealmond, Elspeth
Robertson, in the 100th year of her age.

16. At Edinburgh, Archibald Craufuird, Esq.
W. S.

17. At Boulogne-sur-Mer, the Countess of Glen-
cairn. Her ladyship was sister to the Eari of

— At Edinburgh, Andrew Kilgour, aged 19
years, youngest son of Laurence Kilgour, King's
Kettle, Fife.

— At Logie, Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Km-
loch, of Kilrie.

— At Springkell, Charles Douglas Maxwell,
fourth son of Lieut-General Sir John Heron
Maxwell, Bart.

19. At Wester Duddingslone, Mr John Hender-
son, late of the New Club, St Andrew's Square.

— At Ely, Mr Robert Maltman, aged 74 years.

— At Moat of Annan, David Steuart, Esq. for-
merly merchant in, and Lord Provost of Edin-
burgh, aged 7S years.

20. At Edinburgh, Mr Hugh Gray, solicitor at
law, Bank Street

21. At Belvidere, Kent, the Hon. S. E. Eardley,
only son of Lord Eardley.

— At Leslie, after a lingering illness, Mr David
Laing, in his 22d year.

22. At Dumbarton Castle, the infant son of T.
Y.'Lester, Esq.

— At her house, in North Nelson Street, Miss
Katherine Gilhiand, daughter of the late James
Gilliland, jeweller, Edinburgh.

26. At Edinburgh, Mr Henry Cummings,
prompter of the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh.

— At Edinburgh, Miss Janet Hutton, eldest
daughter of the late John Hutton, Esq. merchant,
Edinburgh. ,. . .

— At Glasgow, Wilhelmina Johnston, relict of
the late Mr James Mackintyre, Leith.

— At Dr Wylie's, Queen Street, Lelhes Gilles-
pie, daughter of the late John Gillespie, Esq.
merchant in Glasgow.

21. At 7, St Anthony Place, William Laurie,
student in medicine. .

— At Portobello, James, eldest surviving son
of James Roughead, Haddington.

— At his house, in Forth Street, David Km-
near, Esq. banker. , M1 . ,

30. At Coates House, Major-General Nicholas
Carnegie, of the Hon. East India Company's Ben-
gal establishment. .

31. At Star Bank, Fife, Mr Thomas Erskinc
Pattullo, aged 19, third son of Robert Pattullo,

^Watelu, At No. 1, Leopold Place, Mrs Marga-
ret Reoch, wife of Mr Hugh Reoch, late of Forth

— Suddenly, at Clifton, Lieutenant-Colonel Sa-
muel Hall, C. B. late of his Majesty's 65th Regi-

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Atken, Henry, Lecture on his Paintings,

All-fools-day, verses on, 368

Ambrosianae, Noctes, No. XIII, 358, No.
XIV, 369, No. XV. 706 America, South, on the present condition
of the States of, 133—Parallel between
and North America, 138—Policy of the
Allied Sovereigns in relation to, 139—
What ought to be the policy of Britain,
143—State Papers concerning, 351

American Presidents, sketches of the, from
memoranda of a traveller, 308—Effect
of their character on the government of
the country, ib.

Anecdotes of Curling, 174—Of Shepherds'
Dogs, 177

Appointments, Military, 127, 245, 487,
614, 734

Ariosto, review of Rose's translation of,

Army, remarks on punishments in the,

Baba, Hajji, of Ispahan, review of, 51

Ballads, modern English ones, by ODo-
herty, 99

Ballantyne's Novelist's Library, remarks
en, 406

Bandana on Representation, 45—On Emi-
gration, 433

Bankrupts, British, lists of, 246, 486, 613

Births, 130, 248, 491, 616, 735

Bradley, Amos, and Ann Stavert, 226

British Novelists, Sir Walter Scott's Es-
says on the Lives and Writings of, 407
—Richardson, 408—Fielding, 410, and
Smollet, 411.

Byron, Lord, account of an interview with
him at Genoa, 696

Calendar, the Shepherd's—Dogs, 177—
The Lasses, 296

Canada, Upper, plan of emigration to, 435

Cantabrigiensis, Hone, No. VIII, 42

Character of the American President ma-
terially influences the policy of the go-
vernment, 508

Christopher North, a happy new-year from,
124 Churchyards, observations on, chap. I,
467—chap. II. 469 Commentary, a running one, on Camp-
bell's Ritter Bann, 440 Conciliation, remarks on, 183—Bad effects
of conciliating the Catholic Church in
Ireland, 287 Controversy, the West Indian, No. Ill,
68 Conversations, Imaginary, of Literary Men
and Statesmen, remarks on, 457

Com Markets, 126,243, 483, 611, 730 Country, the Love of, 579 Croker's South of Ireland, review of, 551 Croly, Rev. Mr, review of his comedy of
Pride shall have a Fall, 343 Curliana, remarks on the game of curling,
172 Current Prices, 244, 284, 612, 731 Dalton, Reginald, a novel, review of, 102 Deaths, 131, 249,493, 617, 736 Delavigne's new comedy, &c remarks on,
262 Dogs, Shepherds', anecdotes of, 177 Domingo, St, letter on, 229 Economist, the Political—Essay I, 522—
Essay II, 643 Edinburgh Review, the, remarks on some
articles in, 317—On an article respecting
the office of Lord Advocate, 514—Let-
ter to Mr Jeffrey on the last number of
the, 538—Letter to Mr North on the
same subject, 702 Education Committee for Ireland, remarks
on the, 495 Edwards, Charles, Esq. Posthumous let-
ters of, No. I, 154—No. II, 391 Emigration, letters on, 433—Plan of Emi-
gration to Upper Canada, 435 Essays on Political Economy, 522—Essay
II, 643 Europe, remarks on the state of, 317 Exhibitions of the Fine Arts, notice of,
566 Fine Arts, second lecture on, 219—Notice
of the exhibitions of, 566 First-floor Lodger, letter from a, 251 First of April, verses on, 368 France, negotiations with, respecting the
South American provinces, 352 Goethe, review of his new novel, and Me-
moirs, 619 Good Omen, the, 168 Hajji Baba of Ispahan, review of adven-
tures of, 51 Hall, John, and his wife, a sketch, 265 Harem, Meerza Ahmed Tabeeb's visits to
the, 199 His Landlady, (from an unpublished poem,)
152 Hogg, Mr, the Ettrick Shepherd, letter to,
655 Holy Alliance, remarks on the, 317 Hook, Mr Theodore, letter on, by Timo-
thy Tickler, 90

Hora' Cantabrigiensis, No. VIII, 42 Hunt, Leigh, review of his poem, Ultra
Crepidarius, 86 Hurst Castle, a day at, 35 Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men
and Statesmen, remarks on,457—Bishop
Burnet and Humphrey Hardcastle, 459
—Middleton and Magliabechi, 401

Imitation of the ballad of ' the Bridal of
Andalla,' 99

Inheritance, the, review of the novel of,
669 "•

Instruction of the Irish Peasantry, remarks

• on the appointment of a parliamentary

committee for the, 495—No benefit to be

expected from the erection of schools,

497 -

Ireland, on the present state of, 269—
High rents, the cause of the poverty of
the peasantry, 270—Title of the church
to tithes a clear one, 275—Moderation of

the clergy, ib Means of improving the

moral habits of the people, 280—Catho-
lic religion, by preventing education, the
cause of the crimes of the Irish, 281—
Bad effects of conciliating the Catholic
church, 287—The remedy for all its
evils in the power of the landholders, 292
—The erection of schools can be of no
use, while the teaching of religion there
is prohibited, 497—The conduct of the
clergy must be strictly watched, 499—
—Necessity of amending the form of
rustic society, which must be the work of
a lord-lieutenant, 501—Grand object to
teach the distinction between right and
wrong, and the kind of book necessary
for this purpose, 503—Particular atten-
tion must be paid to the education of the
girls, 504—Defence of Orange associa-
tions, 505—Good effects of the King's
visit His manner of conciliation con-
trasted with that of his ministers, 500.

Ireland, review of works onj 544

Irishman, the, No. II, I

Jeffrey, Francis, Esq. letters of Timothy
Tickler to, 144., 658

John Hall and his wife, a sketch, 205

Kiddywinkle History, No. I, 445—No. II,

Iiadye's Brydalle, the, 19

Lament for Thurtell, the, 101

Iiaraent for Inez, 475

Landlady, his, an extract from an unpub-
lished novel, 152

Landor, remarks on his Imaginary Conver-
sations of Literary Men and Statesmen,

Lectures on the Fine Arts. Lecture se-
cond, 219

Lee, Miss Sophia, notice of the late, 476

Letter on Representation, 45

on the session of Parliament, 58

from a friend of the author of Anas-

tasius, 151

i (Posthumous) of Charles Edwards,

Esq. 144, 391

—— of Timon, on ' Conciliation,' 183
. on St Domingo, 229:

from a First-floor Lodger, 251

—— to the author of the Shepherd's Ca-
lendar, 655

——— from Rodophilus, 058

Letters of Timothy Tickler, No. XIH—

Mr Theodore Hook, 90, No. XIV

To Francis Jeffrey, Esq. 144—No. XV.
558—No. XVI. On the last Edinburgh
Review, 702

'■ on emigration—Letter first, 433

Life of Wesley, review of Southey's, 208
Little or Nothing, 224

Lombard's Memoirs, review of, 65

London, once more in, 94

London Oddities and Outlines, No. V.

Covent-Garden Theatre, 191—Matu-
ring novel, 192—Rossini's new opera,
193—Irving the preacher, and Thurtell
the murderer, 194—Mrs Hemans' new
tragedy, 195—The new British Museum
—New opera at Drury Lane, 196—
New pantomime at Covent Garden, 197
—West India interests in Parliament,

ib Westminster Review, 198

Lord Advocate of Scotland, article in' the
Edinburgh Review, on the office of the,

Love of Country, the, 579

Luther's Bridal, 429

Lyrical ballad, a, 168

Mallory, Percy, review of the novel of, 25

Man-of-war's-man, the, Chapter X, 350;
A squall, 308—Chapter XI, 311—A
starting, 314

Marline, Alphonso de La, review of his
Poetical Meditations, 257

Marriages, 131, 248, 492, 616, 735

Matthew Wald, a novel, remarks on, 568

Matthews in America, 424

Maxims of Odoherty, 597, 632

Meerza Ahmed Tubeeb's Visits to the
Harem, 199

Meiram, the story of, 205

Meister, Wilhelm, a novel, review of, 619

Memoirs, Lombard's, review of, 65

Memoirs of Goethe, remarks on, 619

Metaphysics of Music, on the, 587

Meteorological Tables, 127, 245, 485,

Military Appointments, &c. 127, 245,
487, 014, 734

Misfortunes of a First-Floor Lodger, 251

Missionary Smith, remarks on the trial of,

Modern English Ballads, No. 99

Moonlight, Verses on, 295

Music, on the Metaphysics of, No. II.—
The Musical Temperament, 587

Naval Promotions, &c 130

New-Year, a happy one, to the true men
'; of the land, 124

Noctes Ambrosianae, No. XIII, 358

No. XIV, 367—No. XV, 706

Note on the Quarterly Reviewers, 83

Note from Mr ODoherty on Sayings and
Doings, 342

Nothing, Little or, 224

Novelist's Iiibrary, remarks on Ballan-
tyne's, 406

Observations on, and Anecdotes of curl-
ing, 172 ...... -....

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