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Observations on the State of Ireland, 269
_____ on Churchyards, 467
ODoherty, Morgan, Modern Ballads edit-
ed by, 99—Note from, on Sayings and
Doings, 342—Maxims of, 597, 632
Oddities and Outlines of London, No. V, 191
Office of the Lord Advocate of Scotland,
remarks on an article in the Edinburgh
Review regarding the, 514
Old Men, School of, a comedy, remarks

on, 262
Omen, the Good, a lyrical ballad, 168
Once More in London, 94 Orange Associations in Ireland defended,
505 Percy Mallory, a novel, review of, 25 Pike Prose, and Poetry, remarks of Ti-
mothy Tickler on, 593 Plan of Emigration to Upper Canada, 435 Poetical Meditations, by La Martine, re view of, 257 Poetry The Ladye's Brydalle, 19—Son-
net, 42—Translation from Horace, 43
—To Lady Holland, ib.—Duty and
Pleasure, 44—Modern Ballads, by Mor-
gan ODoherty, 99—A Happy New-
Year to the True Men of the Land,
124—The Good Omen, 168—Society
and Solitude, 188—On Moonlight, 295
Verses on All-Fool's-Day, 368—Lu-
ther's Bridal, 429—Lament for Inez,
475—The Love of Country, 579—Ten
Years ago, 586—Stanzas, 705—Lines
by Lord Byron, 715—Song by ODo-
harty, 717 Political Economist, the, Essay I, 522—
Object and outline of the plan of these
essays, ib—Essay II, 643—Labour the
chief souice of wealth, 644—Of value,
645—What fixes the price of articles,
646—Different opinions of economists
on this subject, 647—Of wages and pro-
fit, 651—Of. capital, ib Of rent, 653

Pompeii, remarks on the Panorama of,
472 Presidents of the United States, their cha-
racter must materially influence the go-
vernment of the country, 508—Sketches
of the five individuals who have held
that office, ib.—And of the five who are
at present candidates for it, 510 Pride shall have a Fall, a comedy, review
of, 343 Promotions, military, 127, 245, 487, 614
734 Publications, monthly list of new ones,
236, 479, 608, 727 Punishments in the army, remarks on,
399

Quarterly~Reviewers, note on the, 83 Reginald Dalton, review of the novel of,
102 Rents, high ones, the cause of poverty in
the Irish peasantry, 270 Remarks on the game of curling, 172—
On conciliation, 183—On Delavigne's

new comedy of L'Ecole des Vieillards,
262—On the present state of Ireland,
269—On the Edinburgh Review, the
state of Europe, and the Holy Alliance,
317—On punishments in the army, 399
On Ballantyne's Novelist's Library,
406—On Landor's Imaginary Conversa tionsof Literary Men and Statesmen,4."< 7

, —On the panorama of Pompeii, 472—
On an article in the Edinburgh Review
regarding the office of Lord Advocate,
514—On the novel of Matthew Wald,
568—On the metaphysics of music. 587
—On Mr Sulivan's Dramatic Poems,
675—On the case of Mr Smith the Mis-
sionary, 679—On the political conduct
ofMr Wilberforce, 689 Representation, letter from Bandana on,
45 Review of Percy Mallory, 24—Of the Ad-
ventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan, 51
—Of Lombard's Memoirs, 65—Of Ul-
tra-Crepidarius, a satire on William
Gifford, 86—Of the novel of Reginald
Dalton, 102—Of Southey's Life of Wes-
ley, 208—Of La Martine's poetry, 257
—Of Sayings and Doings, 334—Of
Croly's comedy, Pride shall have a Fall,
843—Of Rose's Ariosto, 418—Of Me-
moirs of Captain Rock, 544—Of Cro-
ker's South of Ireland, 551—Of Goethe's
new novel of Wilhelm Meister, 629—
Of the Inheritance, a novel, 659 Review, the Edinburgh, remarks on, 317
—Letter to Mr Jeffrey on the last num-
ber of, 558—To Mr North on the same
subject, 702

Ritter-Bann, the, a running commentary
on, 440 Rock, Captain, review of Memoirs of, 544 Rose's translation of Ariosto, review of,
418 Sayings and Doings, review of, 334—Note
from ODoherty on, 342 School of Old Men, remarks on Delavig-
nf's comedy of, 262 Scott, Sir Walter, on his Essays on the
Lives and Writings of British Novelists,
407 Scotland, office of the Lord Advocate of, on
an article in the Edinburgh Review re-
garding the, 514 Seaside sketches, No. Ill A day at

Hurst Castle, 35 Shepherd's Calendar, the—Class IV,
Dogs, 177—Class V, The Lasses, 296.
Letter to the author of, 655 Smith, Mr, the Missionary, remarks on
his trial, &c 679

Sonnets, 42, 268 Society and Solitude, a poem, 188 Southey's Life of Wesley, review of, 208 Speculations of a traveller, on the people
of N. America and Britain, 690 Spring's return, 99 -

Standfast, Sampson, Esq. letter from on
the session of Parliament, 58

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State papers conceming South America,
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States of South America, reflections on the
present situation of the, 133
Stavert, Ann, and Amos Bndley, 226
Story of Mein-am, the, 205
Sulivm, Mr, remarks on his Dramatic
Poems, 615
Tale of Ann Stavert and Amos Bradley,
226

Temperament, the musical, remarks on,587
Ten years ago, 586
Thurtell, the lament for, 101
Tickler, Timothy, letter: of, No. XIII,
90-No. XIV, 144-No. XV, 55S_re-
marks of, on pike prose, and poetry, 593
Timon, letter from, on conciliation, 183
Traveller, speculations of a, 690
Ultra-Crepidarius, a satire, review of, 86
United States, sketches of the five presi-
dents of, and the five candidates for that
office, 508

Village schools, on the extent of education
received in, 495-A re of no use in teach.
ing morality and religion, but as aux.
iliaries of parents and the clergy, 496
Visits to the harem, 199-Visit second
203

Wald, Matthew, remarks on the novel of,

568
Wesley, review of Southey's Life of, 208
West Indian controversy, No. III, 68
Westminster Review, letters on the, to Mr
J effrey, 144, 558
Wilberforce, Mr, on his late political eon.
duct, 689
Wilhelm Meister, review of Goethe's no-
vel of, 619
Works on Ireland.-Review of Memoirs
of Captain Rock, 544-Of Croker'i
South of I reland, 551.
Works preparing for publication, 232,
477, 606, 725

INDEX TO BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

nuvms.
Abercromby, 735
Aberdeen, 4-92, 735
Anderson, 4-92
Andrew, 616
Arkley, 130
Ayton, 735
Baillie, 131
Balfour, 4-92
Berresford, 248
Biggar, 130
Blantyre, 4-92
Boyd, 4-92
Brown, 492
Briggs, 616
Bruce, 130, 616
Bryce, 616
Buchanan, 24-8, 4-92
Buckle, 616
Cadell, 736
Calvert, 130
Campbell, 4-92, ib.
ib. 616, ib.ib.,735
Carnegie, 735,
Chancellor, 616
Cheyne, 4-92
Cleghorn, 492 `
Cockburn, 4-92
Coigny, de, 4-92
Cooper, 130
Currie, 492
Dalrymple,24-8,735
Dempster, 24-8
Dinwiddie, 492
Donald, 24-8
Douglas, 4-91, 4-92,
616, 735

Johnstone, 4-92, ib.
Kennedy, 130, 248
Kerr, 130, 248, 4-91
Lee, 735
Leslie, 24-8
Lester, 735
Lindsay, 4-91, 4-92
Linning, 4-92
Loch, 130
Lockhart, 248
Long, 130
Lumsdaine, 131 ~
Macdonald, 4-92,
616
M‘Dowall, 4492
Mack, 4-92
Mackenzie, 24-8,

492
M‘Laine, 131
Macleod, 130
Maconochie, 616
Macwhirter, 492
Macrobart, 130
Manners, 492
Maxwell, 491
Mein, 735
Melville, 4-92
Menzies, 248
Mitchell, 4-92
Morehead, 248
Murdoch, 616
Murray, 130
Napier, 248
Nasmyth, 130
Nesbit, 4-91
Nicholl, 130
Nicol, 24-8 '

Oliver, 4-92
Orange, 616
Orr, 248, 735
Oswald, 248
Otway, 735
Parker, 24-8
Paul, 616
Peddie, 4-92
Playfair, 616
Poole, 735
Porteous, 735
Pott, 491, 735
Purvis, 616
Ramsay, 130, 492,
616
Reid, 130
Renton, 616
Robertson, 73|
Robinson, 492
Ross, 130
Scott, 616
Shand, 735
Short, 4-91
Sibbald, 4-92
Sinclair, 4-92
Smith, 24-8, 75.
Smyth, 130
Spence, 4-92
Steed, 24-8
Stevenson, 4-92
Stewart, 4-92
Stirling, 130
Stuart, 130, 4-92
Tawse, 616
Ten°ott, 130
Turner, 4-92
Veitch, 735

Vere, 492
Walker, 492
Wallas, 735
Wardlaw, 492
Wardrop, 130
Watson, 248, 616
Wauchope, 492
Weir, 248
Whytt, 616
Wilson, 130
Wyld, 735
Young, 491

MARRIAGES.

Alexander, 248
Anderson, 616, 617
Balfour, 736
Bannerman, 249
Bastard, 249
Berkley, 131
Bluett, 616
Blytb, 131, ib.
Bonthrone, 131
Brown, 131
Callender, 735
Campbell, 131,617
Cannon, 616
Carfrae, 248
Chalmers, 131
Combe, 249
Cox, 131

Cunninghame, 131
Davies, 131, 735
Davis, 249
Dickson, 493
Dow, 616
Duncombe, 131
Eddington, 617
Eden, 492
Elphinstone, 492
Exeter, 735
Fraser, 735
Fulton, 249
Fyshe, 248
Gardner, 492
Gibson, 616
Grant, 617
Graham, 131
Grieve, 249
Halkett, 493
Hall, 617
Hathorn, 492
Hewitt, 735
Hibbert, 131
Hood, 492
Hozier, 735
Hughes, 493
Innes, 616
Johnston, 131,248,

617
Irvine, 249
Kellette, 131
Kerr, 249
Laing, 492
Learmontb, 492

Lind, 617
Lang, 617
Macdonald, 131
Macgregor, 493
Mackay, 131, 248
Mackenzie, 616,

735
M'Leod, 249
Macginn, 249
Maitland, 492
Mason, 131
Meiklejohn, 492
Mitchell, 249
Montgomery, 249
Morgan, 248
Murray, 131, 616
Myddleton, 131
Nairne, 616
Peel, 492, 735

Phelps, 249

Pollen, 492

Rattray, 492

Roberts, 492

Robertson,131,617

Robinson, 248,735

Rose, 735

Ruan, 492

Russel, 616

Scott, 131

Sievwright, 493

Simson, 131

Small, 616

Smith, 131, 242

Stewart, 616

Storey, 248

Street, 492

Tait, 617

Thomson, 131,249,
492

Thynne, 492

Turner, 616

Usher, 249

Walker, 492

Wallace, 492

Welsh, 492

Wemyss, 131

Whigham, 493

White, 492

Wight, 616

Wilson, 131, 249,
735

Winckworth, 493

Yates, 131

DEATHS.

Affleck, 618
Ainslie, 494
Airley, 494
Aitken, 250, 617
Albany, 493
Allan, 493, ib.
Alleyne, 131
Alexander,132,618
Alves, 132
Anderson 493,494

Annetones, 249

Archer, 131

Armstrong, 493

Auld, 249

Balfour, 617

Bainbridge, 132

Barlas, 131

Barrymore, 132

Bathurst, 618

Bell, 494

Belzoni, 617

Bennet, 493

Berry, 494

Bertie, 494

Bisset, 250

Black, 131

Blair, 132, 617

Bonnar, 493

Boothby, 250

Borthwick, 249

Boswell, 617
Bowditch, 493
Bowie, 493
Boyd, 131
Boyle, 736
Brewster, 494
Brodie,249,ib. 736
Brotherton, 249
Brown, 249,617
Brunton, 132
Bruce, 250, 736
Buchan, 132
Buchanan, 736
Bujalski, (aged 114)

132
Byron, 736
Callander, 493
Caiman, 736
Cambaceres, 494
Campbell, 131,249,
493, ib. 494, ib.
617, 618, 736
Carlile, 618
Carlisle, 250
Carnegie, 249, 736
Cathcart, 494
Chalmers, 493
Christie, 132
Clarke, 132
Clerk, 617
Collyer, 249
Colraine, 617
Colville, 493
Conde, 494
Coote, 132
Corbett, 617
Cornwallis, 250
Cottar, (aged 100,)

132
Courcy, de, 249,

494
Craik, 249
Craufuird, 736
Crawford, 132, 617

Cranstoun, 494
Cross, 494
Cruikshank, 132
Culbertson, 132
Cullen, 131, 736
Cumine, 617
Ciimming, 617
Cummings, 736
Cunningham, 617
Currie, 617
Dallas, 736
Davidson, 250,494,

617
Davy, 494
Dennistoun, 132,

250
Devonshire, 617
Dick, 132, ib.
Dickie, 493
Dickson, 250, 494,

617
Donaldson, 494,

617
Dow, 494
Duddingstone, 249
Dudley, 494
Dunbar, 494
Duncan, 131, 249
Dundas, 250
Durie, 250
Eardley, 736
Eddington, 494
Edgar, 132
Elder, 494
Elphinstone, 494,

617
Fairbairn, 249
Ferrard, 250

Ferrier, 617, ib.

Fitzjames, 132

Fleming, 249

Forbes, 494, 618

Forman, 493, 494

Ford, 494

Fortune, 493

Fotheringham, 494

Foy, 250

Franklin, 494

Fraser, 131, 249,
ib.

Fyfe, 617

Gascoine, 250

Gerrard, 618

Gibson, 493

Giles, 736

Gillespie, 617,736

Gilliland, 736

Gleed, 494

Glen, 493

Glencairn, 736

Goodlet, 249

Gordon, 132, 249,
394, 494

Graham, 617

742

Grant, 219, 250,

493
Greig, 617
Gray, 736
Grey, 618
Guthrie, 249, 736
Haig, 493, ib.
Halkerston, 131
Hall, 736 •
Hamilton, 249,617
Harris, 132
Harrington, 493
Hartley, 493
Hay, 493, ib.
Heugb, 131
Heyman, 132
Henderson, 131,

250, 494, 736
Hibbert, 494
Hodge, 250
Hogg, 131
Holditcb, 618
Home, 250
Hope, 494
Howden, 494
Howey, 493
Mutton, 736
Hunter, 132, 249
Inglis, 494
Ireland, 132
Irvine, 249
Jackson, 249
Jameson, 131
Johnstone, 493,449

ib. 617, 736
Jones, 249, 618
Keith, 618
Kennedy, 494, 617
Kerr, 249
Kidston, 617
Kilcoursie, 249
Kilgour, 736
King, 617
Kinnear, 736
Kinghorn, 131
Kinloch, 736
Kirkpatriek, 617
Knight, 618
Krim Ghery, 493
Laing, 736
Lamb, 250

Lauder, 132Laurie, 250, 736
Lees, 494
Lester, 736
Leslie, 249
Lindesay, 617
Littlejohn, 736
Livingston, 494
Loch, 249, 736
Lockhart, 131,250,

617
Lorimer, 736
Lothian, 618
Low, 131
Lucca, 494
Lys, 132
Macalister, 132,494

736
Macrae, 249 ^
Macdonald, A 32,

494,- 617/ 618
Macdbugall, 617
Macdouall, 249
Macfarquhar, 131
Macgregor, 493
Macher, 249
Mackintosh, 617
Mackie, 132
Mackenzie, 494

736
Mackonochie, 131
Maclea, 617
Maclean, 249
Macleod, lSfr 493,

494
Macnair, 131
Macnce, 493
Macvicar, 493
Maltman, 736
Mansfield, 132
Marjoribanks, 617
Marlborough, 249
Marryatt, 249
Maurice, 617
Maxwell, 736
Maynaril, 494
Meek, 617-
Menzies, 617
Mercer, 493'
Methven, 617
Miller, 131, 132

Minto, 249Mitchell, 249, 250,

493
Moir, 132, 617
Molle, 493
Montague, 249
Moore, 736
Morson, 131
Mudie, 132
Murphy, 250
Murray, 250
Neilson, 132, 493
Nesbitt, 618
Nicolson, 493, 617
Niven, 249
O'Brien, 617
Orde, 494
Orr, 132
Oswald, 493
Panton, 494
Parker, 249
Paterson, 617 • .
Pattullo; 131, 493

736
Patison, 449
Pearson, 131
Peebles, 132
Phillips, 131
Plumer, 494
Primerose, 494
Primrose, 132
Proudfoot, 618-
Provan, 131
Purdie, 493
Ramsay, 494, 736
Ilankin, 494
Rattray, 249
Reddie, 131
Reid, 249, 494
Renton, 618
Reoch, 736
Richardson, 131,

132
Robertson, 131, .

250, 493,ib. 494'

736 ltobinson, 617 Rodger, 493 Rogerson, 132 Rollo, 494

Ross, 250,493, 618Roughead, 736
Roxburgh, 132
Sanson, 249
Scott, 493, 494
Shiels, 494
Shirreff, 249
Simson, 618
Sinclair, 131
Smith, 493
Starret, 132
Steele, 132
Stenhouse, 493
Steven, 493, 494
Stevenson, 493
Steuart, 736
Stewart, 131, 618
Stothert, 132
Stuart, 494
Swan, 618
Telfer, 258
Tennant, 132, 736,
Thomson, 131,132

ib. 250, ib.
TitchGeld, 494
Tod, 249, 618
Turing, 249
Turnbull, 250,617
Urquhart; 617
Usher, 761
Vair, 494
Ventry, 249
Villiers, 494
Vyner, 131
Waddell, 132
Wallace, 132, 249,

617
Warner, 132
Welsh, 132
Wemyss, 494
White, 494
Williamson, 493,

617
.Wilson, 132, 249
Windham, 736
Wishart, 617
Wood, 494
Woollie, 736
Wrcde, 494
Young, 132, 618

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