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NAPIER, COLONEL W.F. P. i
NAPIER, LORD, ii. . .
09 NASH, C.ii.
. 646 MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL, ii. 521, 618 NASR, THOMAS, i.
644 National Partiality and Prejudice, i.
Nations, Uncertainty of the Early
Modern Greece, Picture of, ii. . 389 History of, i. . .
Modern Manners and Innovations, Nativity, Hymn on the, i. . 31-333
Contempt for-(From Marria ), ii. 613 | Natural Philosophy, the Stu
Modern State of Ancient Countries, i. 254 Favourable to Religion, i. .
Mohammedan's Lecture on Christian Nature, on the Love of, ii. 210,
32 Nature, Study of, Recommended
Navy, the British, i.
333 tus of Women in the, ii. . . 678 Neara, on, i.
. 473, 601 Neglect, of, i. .
362 | MON BODDO, LORD-James Burnet), Yehushta, the Bower of, il
264 ii. .
Newcastle Apothecary, ii.
Monk, the-Scene of Conjuration by NEWCASTLE, DUCHESS Or, i. . 32
the Wandering Jew, ii., 558-560 Newspapers, i.
Monkey, the, ii. . .
NEWTOX, SIR ISAAC, i. . .
MONTAGU, LADY MARY WORTLEY, Newtonian Philosophy, Anecdote of
. 650-654 the Discovery of the, i.
MONTGOMERY, ALEXANDER, I. 156 New-Year, the, i
New York, Manners in, During
MONTGOMERY, ROBERT, ii. . 455 Dutch Times, ii...
78 VICHOL, PROFESSOR, ii.
Moonlight Night, with fine Music, i. 184 | Night, i. .
Moonlight at Sea-Memory of Absent Vight, ii.
364 | Night in a Camp, i.
679 Night-Piece, a City, ii.
549, 530 Night, to the -- Shipwrecked 8
243 Moore, Sir John, the Burial of, ii. 410 tary's Song, ii.
Moorish lost, Attack of, ii. .308 | Nightingale, Address to the, i. .
Nightingale, Ode to a, ii.
Moral Influence of Evening-[From Nile, Bruce at the sources of the, ji.
Alison's Sermon on Autumn], ii. . 60) Nith, to the River, ii.
Yo Man can be Good to All, i.
Nocturnal Reverie, i. .
Norman French, Introduction of, i.
More's (Sir T.] Resignation of the Norman Poets of England, the, i.
NORMANBY, MARQUIS or, ii. .
41 MORGAN, LADY-(Si ney Owenson), North-West Passage, Davis's Voyage
in Search of, i. .
NORTOS, MRS, ii, .
Go Norwegian Yeomanry, il.. 3,
413 Vovelists, Modern, ii. . . 53
NIGEST, LORD, ji..
Nut-Brown Maid, the, i.
Nymph Complaining for the Death
92 of her Fawn, i. .
Shepherd, i. .
Onk and the Briar, Fable of the, i
Oblivion, i. .
320 Obscurity, of, i..
Obscurity, Wishes for, i. .
• 270 Occupations, Choice of, i.
Ocean, Address to the Prreter?. ii.
626 Cairo, Legend of the, ii. . 650 Ocean, Apostrophe to the-(Byron),
703 Moss, THOMAS, ii. .
Ocean, the Dry Bed of the, i. ...
Mother's heart, the, ii.
460 Ode to Aurora on Melissa's Birth-
472 | MOTHERWELL, WILLIAM, il.. 503-503 1 day, ii.
484 Ode to the Departing Year--1795, ii 343
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton
College, ii. .
433 1814, ii. .
174 Ode to Erening, ii..
MURCHISON, MR, ii. . . 703 Ode on Hearing the Drum, ii.
Mure, WILLIAM, ii. . . 671 Ode from llorace, i..
141 | Ode -(How are thy servants
629 O Lord!) i. .
Ode to Independence, ii.
355 Ode to an Indian Gold Coin, il.
Music, Church, i. .
233 Ode to Leren Water, ii.
275 Ode to Liberty, ii. .
Music, on Scottish, il.
211 Ode to a Nightingale, ii.
Music, Scottish Scener
131 Ode on the Passions, ii.
Ode to Solitude, ii.
Ode to my Son, aged Three Years
and Five Months lood), il
401 Ode to Spring, ii.
275 Ode(The spacious firmame
. 9161 high), i. .
MORIER, JANES, ii. ·
. . 604 Morthens. Note to, i..ne Nile(Dar-
IRR K RIA, ii.
cene of, ii.
488 Poor Country Widow, Description
of a, i..
Poor Gentleman, Passages from the
Pelican Island, the, ii.
. 418 ii. .
Poor Relations, ii. .
Poor, Rural, Appeal to Country Jus-
Pope, ALEXANDER, i. . 553–557
703 Pope in Oxford, i. .
114 Pope to Lady Mary W. Montagu, i.
327 Pope to Gay on his Recovery, i.
. 75 Pope to Bishop Atterbury in the
Pericles and Aspasia, ii. . . 448
448 Tower, i. ,
Pope and Dryden, Parallel between,
679 Popish Plot, the, i.
PORTER, ANNA MARIA, ii.
516 Philanthropy-- Mr Howard, ii. . 273 Portrait - (She was a phantom of
PostAYS, CAPTAIN, ii.
339 POSTANS, MRS, ii
POTTER and KENNETT, 1.
Power and Activity, Distinction be-
tween, ii. . . . . .
631 | Power and Gentleness, or the Cata-
Physic, Housewifery, i. . .
49 ract and the Streamlet, ii. .
Pibroch of Donuil Dhu, ii.
601 Practice and Habit, i. .
2771 Picture of Christmas Eve, ii. . 328 Praver-(Prayer is the soul's sincere
Picture of a Country Life, ii. . 513 desire), ii.
457 Picture of Domestic Love, ii. . 371 Prayer-Like the low murmur of
275 Picture of a Dungeon, ii. . • 344 the secret stream), ii.
3211 Picture of an Irish Village and School Prayer and Early Rising, i.
. 616-618 Praver, a Poet's, ii..
Preaching, Inefficacy of mere Moral,
ii. . . .
Piedmont, Massacre of the Protes Prejudices and Opinions, i. . 658
PRESCOT, W. H.ii.
Pilgrims and the Peas, ii.
298 PRICE, De RICHARD, ii. . . 213
PRICE, SIR UVEDALE, ii. , 689
638 Pride, False, Caution against, i. . 355
Pitt, WILLIAM-Earl of C atham), Pride, lluman, Rebuke of, i. .
252-254 Pride of Noble Birth, against the, i.
Pride of Sir Giles Overrcach in his
Daughter, i. . . . 217
621 | Pride, Spiritual, i.
Platonic Representation of the Scale PRIDEAUX, DR HUMPHREY, i. . 672
of Beauty and Love, i.
655 PRIESTLEY, Dr Joseph, ii. . 213
359 Primrose, to an Early, ii. . . 302
Pleasure is Mixed with every Pain, i. 48 Primrose, to the Evening, ji. . 440
Primroses Filled with Morning Dew, i. 143
Princess Charlotte of Wales, from
Pleasure, Utopian Idea of, i. . 60 the Funeral Sermon for the, ii. 658
try Compared, i.
PRINGLE, THOMAS, ii.
Pleasures of a Patriot, i. . . 649 Pnior, MATTHEW, i. . . 535-540
Prior's Lines — For my own Monu-
Poet, a Small, i. .
417 Private Judgment in Religion, i 287
Procrastination-[Cowley], i.. 403
Procrastination-(Young), ii. . 11
PROCTER, B. W. ii.
Prodigal Lady, the, i. . .
234 | Prologue to Coriolanus, i
Poets, Ancient, Translations of the, Prologue to King David and Fair
Poet's Bridal-day Song, the, ii. . 501 Property, of-(Paley), ii.
Poet's Life, the Miseries of a, ii. . 92 Property, on the Right of-[Black-
stone), ii. .
Prophecy of Faminem Churchili], ii. 33
Politica: Redemption-Chatterton), Prophetic Language, the, i. . 521
| Prosperity and Adversity, i. .
Protector, Lord, a Panegyric to t
Pollok, ROBERT, 11. : 412-415 / Protestant Infallibility, Ironical View
376 Providence, Eternal, ii.
625 Prudent Sea-Captain-Abuse of
• 428 | Pompeii, Description of, ii. . 354, 674 | Stores, ii.
Scandal and Literature in High Life..
Schoolmaster, the Good, i. . '.
Saxon Chronicle, 1154, Passage from,
. 624 | Richard's Theory of the Mind, i. . 539
RICHARDSON, De, ii.
123 RICHARDSON, SAMUEL, ii.. 160
252 Riches, on, i. .
for a, i.
• 314 Richmond, Countess of, Character Schoolmaster, Detached Observations
from the, i.
Right of Property, ii.
246, 247 scho
. 702 sential Difference of, i.
School- Usher, Wretchedness
SCORESBY, WILLIAN, ii.
Scorn not the Least, i.
SCOT, ALEXANDER, i. .
Rinaldo at Mount Olivet and the Scot to his lleart, i..
Scotland, the Complaynt of, 1.
Scotland, Lines Written in the High-
Scotland's Skaith, or the History of
9:29 Will and Jean, ii. . . ,
SCOTT, JOHs, ii..
316-322 Scottis, the New Maneris and the
Auld of, i
201 | Roman Power in Britain, Expiration Scottish Country Wedding, ii. .
of the, i. .
Scottish Music, on, ii. .
Scottish Rebellion, the, ii.
Recluse, the, ii. . . . 418 | Rome, Midnight Scene in, ii. . 392 Scripture and the Law of Nature,
Sea-Captain, a Prudent. ii.
Roscou MOX, EARL OF,
3.35 Sea-Coasts, Scenery of the, ii.
Ro-e, the, i.
44; ii. 6 Sea, Stanzas on the, ii..
153 Seasons, llymn to the, ii.
Rose, W. Sii,
Sectarian Differences, i.
SEDLEY, SIR CHARLES, i. .
Growing near one another, i. . 518 SELDEX, JOrx, i.
408 | Rosiphele, Episode of, i.
24 Self-Control-Final Escape of Laura,
564 Self-Murder, i.
Selma, the Songs of, ii.
ROWE, NICHOLAS, i.
690) SENIOR, N. W. ii.
ROWLEY, WILLIAM, i.
215 Sennacherib's Army, Destructi
Sensitive Plant, from the, ii. .
Sephestia's Song to her Child, i.
Rural Sounds, ii.
Serpents, Irish, the Last of the, ii.
Session, Tidings fra the, i.. .
SHADWELL, THOMAS, i.
SHAFTESBURY, EARL OF, i.
Shaftesbury, Character of, i.
Shaftesbury's Address to Monmouth,
SHAKSPEARE-his Poetry, i.. jos je
Shakspeare, Character of, i. . 453
Russia, the French Army in, ii. 448 Shakspeare, Inscription for a Monu-
685 ment to, ii. . .
Shakspeare, to the Memory of, i. .
. 527 Shakspeare, on the Portrait of, i. 114
Sabbath Walk, an Autumn, ii. 307 Genius of Lord Jeffrey), ii.
306 SHEFFIELD, JOHN (Duke of Buck
inghamshire), i. .
Sabbath Walk, a Winter, ii. . 307 SHEFFIELD, LORD, ii.
80 SHEIL, R. L. ii.
, : 87
701 SHELLEY, PERCY Bysshe, il 342
SHELLEY, MRS, ii.
Salamis, the Armies at, ii.
113 | Shelley's Lines to an Indian Air, ii. 4
192 SHEXSTONE, WILLIAM, ii. . 8341
686 Shepherd, the Steadfast, . . 125
Sanctimony, Hypocritical, i. . 444 Shepherd and his Wife, i. . . 10
Shepherd's Life, the Blessings of a, i. 188
Shepherd's Life, Happiness of the, I.
Satan's Address to the Sun, i. . 338 Shepherd's Song, i.
154 Satan's Speech-(Cædmon), i. . 2 SHERIDAX, RICHARD BRINSLEY.
Satires, Pope's, from the Prologue to SHERLOCK, DR WILLIA», . 039
the, i. . .
She's Gane to Dwall in Heaven, fi. 50
Saturn and Thea, ii.
Shilling, the Spiendid, i.
Saul and his Guards, Approach of, Ships and Books Compared, i.
against the Philistines, ii. . 361 Shipwreck, the-(Falconer), ii 8691
Saul-Song of the Virgins Celebrating Shipwreck, the Byron', ii. .
the Victory, if. .
Shipwreck, the Prof. Wilson). ii.
SAVAGE, RICHARD, ii.
Shipwreck by Drink, i. .
Ship* recked Solitary's Song-To
Russell, Lady R. to the Earl of Gal- **
Religious Matters, Authority of Rea.
. 700 /
ers, the, i
ering of themi,
Page SHIRLEY, JAMES, i. . . 148, 222 Song-(Give me more love, or more Song-(Ye shepherds of this pleasant Shirley-Upon his Mistress Sad, i. 148 disdain), i.
121 vale), ii. . Siberian Exile, the, ii.
Song-Gloomy Winter's now Awa," Songs of Israel, Opening of the, ii. . 4. Sic Vita, i. . . 118 ii. .
Songs of Israel, Conclusion of the, ii. 4. Sickness and Death-[ Pope to Steele), Song--(Go, lovely rose), i..
Sonnet-Composed upon Westmin635 Song-(Go, youth beloved, in distant
ster Bridge, September 3, 1803, ii. 325 Siddons, Mrs, Picture of-[Descrip
Sonnet-From Constable's Diana, i. 84 tion of Jane de Montfort], ii. : 513 Song- Good night and joy be wi' ye Sonnet-Hope, ii. .
346 Bide Tails, Supplication in Contemp
Sonnet-Influence of Poesy, ii,, 275 tion of, i. . . . Song-"Hast thou seen the down in Sonnet-London, 1802, ii. . SIDNEY, ALGERNON, i. . . 405 the air), i. .
Sonnet-Milton on his own BlindSIDNEY, Sır Philip, i. . 82, 232–234 | Song-(I prithee send me back my
ness, i. . Sidney, Sir Philip, Sonnets of, i. 82, 83 heart), i. .
Sonnet-(Muses, that sing Love's Silius, Accusation and Death of, in Song--(If I had thought thou couldst
sensual empirie), i. the Senate House, i. .
have died), ii..
411 Sonnet -On the Departure of the Siller Gun, Mustering of the Trades Song-Jemmy Dawson, ii..
Nightingale, ií. to Shoot for the, ii. Song-Jenny Dang the Weaver, ii.
Sonnet-On England, ii. . SimonD, M. ii. .
Song-(Look out, bright eyes, and Sonnet-On First Looking into Simpleton and Braggadocio, i. 196 bless the air), i. .
man's Homer, ii. Simplicity and Retinement, ii. . 203 Song-(Love still has something of Sonnet-On King's College Chapel, SIMPSON, THOMAS, ii. 676 the sea), i. .
289 Sin, the Progress of, i.
472 Singularity, i. . . 436 Song- Mary Morison, ii, .
Sonnet-The First Man, ii. .
471 Sinners, the Resurrection 294 Song to May, ii..
273, 362 Sonnet-The Human Seasons, ii. 406 Sixteen, ii.
351 Song-May-Eve, or Kate of Aber Sonnet-The Prinrose, ii.. SKELTON, John,
Sonnet-The Thrush's Nest, ii., 427 SKINNER, Jonx, ii. 28 Song-Menie, ii.
Sonnet-The World is Too Much Skylark, to a, ii. 399 Song- My Bonny Mary, ii..
with Us, ii.
325 Skylark, the, ii.
Song-(My dear mistress has a heart), Sonnet-To the Glow Worm, ii. 426 Sleep, to, i. .
: . . . 357
346 Sleep, Epigram on, Song—My Nanie o, ii. ' . '.
Sonnet-(What art thou, Mighty Sleep, the House of, i.
Song-My only Jo and Dearie 0, ii. 492 One !) ii. . Sleeping Child – [s. T. Coleridge] Song-(0, Nanny, wilt thou gang wi' Sonnet-Winter Evening at Home, ii. me), ii.
ii. Sleeping Child—[Professor Wilson), *** Song-10 tuneful voice! I stili de-10
Sonnet-Written at the Close of 435 plore), ii. .
Spring, ii. . . Sleeping Figure of Modena, ii. ' . 442
| Song--(Oh do not wanton with those Sonnet-Written by Paterson on the SMART, CHRISTOPHER, ii. . 108-112 eyes), i.
Burial-Ground of his Ancestors, ii. 478 Smith, ALBERT, ii.. Song--Oh say not that my heart is
Sonnets-(Drummond's), i. SMITH, DR ADAM, ii. . . 207, 242 ,242 cold), ii.
Sonnets to a friend, ii.. . 472 Smith, JAMES and HORACE, ii. 429-433 Song-Pack clouds away, and wei
Sonnets by Lord Thurlow, ii.
221 Sonnets in Praise of & Solitary Life, Smith, Mrs CHARLOTTE, ii. 273-275, 554 Song---(Phillis, men say that all my
. 157, 160 SMITH, REV. J. ii. 646 vows), i. .
Sonnets of Sir Philip Sidney, i. ." SMITH, REV. SIDNEY, ii.
5, 695 Song by Rogero in The Rovers-(When. Sorceress of Vain Delight, i. . Smith, Dr SOUTHWOOD, ii.
703 e'er with haggard eyes I view), ii. 296 Sorcery and Witchcraft, i. Smith, WILLIAM, ii. . 524 Song---Say lovely dream), i.
SOTHEBY, WILLIAM, ii. . 360, SMOLLETT, T. G. ii. . 64-68, 165-170
Song-(Sweet woman is like the fair Soul and Body, the, i. . Snails, upon the Sight of two, i. . 275 flower in its lustre), i. . . Soul, Immortality of the, ii. . Society compared to a Bowl of Punch Song- The Braes o' Balquhither, ii. Soul's Errand, the, i.
Song--The Braes o' Gleniffer, ii. 4 491 Soul's Immortality, Reasons for the, Socrates, Condemnation and Death Song-The Flower o' Dumblane, ii. 491
109 of, ii. 63+636 Song-(The lark now leaves his watery South American Scenery, ii.
346 Soldier, a Drowned, i. .
216 nest), i.
440 Soldier's Home, the, ii. 287 Song- The Last Time I camo o'er the SOUTIERNE, THOMAS, i.
588 Solicitude--[Pastoral Ballad), il. . 39 Moor, i. .
SOUTHEY, R. ii. 347-350, 642, 645, 691 Solitary Tomb, the, ii.. 440 Song-The Parting Kiss, ii.
113 SOUTHEY, MRS, ii. . Solitude on a Battle-field, ii. 140 Song--The Poet's Bridal Day, ii. . 501 Southey's Epitaph, ii.
350 Solitude, Ode to, ii.
Song--The Royalist, i.. . 154 SOUTHWELL, ROBERT, i. . . 96 Solitude preferred to a Court Life, Song-Tho Saint's Encouragement, i. 153 Speaking, Evil, i.
283 &c. i. . Song-(The season comes when first SPEED, Joux, i. .
263 Solomon, Abra's Love for, i.
we met), ii. .
SPELMAN, SIR HENRY, i. . 263 SOMERVILLE, WILLIAM, i. . 580 Song-There is a Garden in her Face SPENCER, The Hox. W. R. ii. 420-422 Song-A Wet Sheet and a Flowing
SPENCER, MR, ii. . . . 686
SPENSER, EDMUND, i.
496 Song—Ah, Chloris ! could I now but before), i.
Spirit of the Cape, the, sit), i. . Song-(To all you ladies now at land), Spiritual Pride, i. .
437 Song-(Ah, the poor shepherd's mourn***
Splendid Shilling, the, i
375 ful fate), ii.. Song-iToo late, alas ! I must confess),
SPOTISWOOD, Joix, i. Song, Amarantha, sweet and fair),
SPRAT, DR THOMAS, i. . .
Sprig of Heath, on a, ii.
. Song—(Ask me no more where Jove *** ii. .
Spring, Approach of, i... bestows), i.
Song-¡What bird so sings, yet so does *** Spring, Birds Pairing in, ii. Song, At setting day and rising wail), i.
Spring, a Northern, ii. . morn), i. Song-what pleasure have great
Spring, Ode to, ii. . Song-(Auld Robin Forbes), ii. ' . 276 princes), i.
Spring, Showers in, ii. Song-(Away! let nought to love Song-When the Kye comes Namo,
Spring, the Voice of, ii. . displeasing), ii.
Squire and the Dove, i. . .
ST COLUMBANUS, i.
St Francis, Legend of, i.
St Helena, Description of, i.
261 Bong of the Crazed Maide
315 Song-(Why so pale and wan, fond ST JOHX, JAMES, ii. Song to David, ii. 109-112 lover?) i. .
St John, Letter to Sir William, i.
256 Song-(Wi drums and pipes the St Leon's Escape from an Auto de eyes), i. clachan rang), ii.
Fe, ii. . . . . 566-568 Bong-(Dry those fair, those crystal "" Song—(Wood, and married, and a'). ** St Serf's Ram, i.
28 eyes), i. .
Staffa, Verses on, ii.
361 Song to Echo, ii.
Song-(Would you know what's soft), ** Stag-Tunt-[Sir Philip Sidney), i. 233 Bong-Farewell to Ayrshire, ii. . 492 2 i. .
. . 120 | Stag-Hunt-Michael Drayton), i. 99
290-298 | Treasures of the Deep, the, ii.
. . .
TREBECK, GEORGE, il..
Tree, Full-Blossomed, i. . . 33
Triumph, Her, i. . .
TROLLOPE, Mrs, . . .
Tron-Kirk Bell, to the, ii. .
Temperance, or the Cheap Physi. Truth, i.
cian, i. . .
151 | Truth and Sincerity, Advantases of.
Tempest, a, i. . . . 233
Ten Years Ago, ii. . . . 476 Tuft-Hunting, ii. . . .
Tullochgorum, ii. . .
TURNER, SHAnox, ii. . . 66
302 Tetrastic-From the Persian, ii. 118 TISSER, THOMAS, i. .
625 Tweedside, ii. .
CHO Thanksgiving off Cape Trafalgar, ii. 303 Tyme, Ane Schort Poeme of, i. 19
TYTLER, P. F. ii. . 643,-
UDALL, NICOLAS, I. .
Theatres, Early, i. . . 164, 165 Udolpho, Description of the Castle
689 of, ii. .
Thebes, the Ruins at, ii. . 669 Una with the Lion, Adventure of, i.
Theodore and Honoria, i. . 367-370 Una and the Redcross Knight, i.
Theological Controversies, i.
457 | Unbelievers, Difficulty of Convincing
247 Interested, i. .
Thief and the Cordelier, i. . 538 Understandings, Men's, Causes of
244 Weakness in, i. .
661 | Universe, a Sketch of the, il. .
THOMSON, JAMES, ii. . 12-22 Universities, i. . .
249 Thomson, from the Monody on, ii. 48 Unwin, Mrs, Inscription on the Tomb
639 Thomson, Ode on the Death of, ii. 34 of, ii.
192 Thorstein Raudi, Sword Chant of, ii. 504 C'pas in Marybone Lane, il. .
Upholsterer, the Political, i 69
. . 294
505 Useful knowledge, Society for De
124 Ditfusion of, ii. . .
Three Rules to be Observed for tho Useless Learning, Absurdity of, i 48
Preservation of a Man's Estate, i. 248 USHER, JAMS, i. .
390 Utopian Idea of Pleasure, i
362 Valediction, a, i, .
392 Valediction-Forbidding Mourning, 1. 110
Valentine, Bishop. Add to, i . 110
TILLOTSON, Joux, i. . . 434-4:37 Valley Perilous, the Devil's Bead in
319 the, i.
385 Vanities of the World, a Farewell to
9 the, i. . . .
Time, Wrecks and Mutations of, ii. 69 | Vanity of Human Wishes, ii.,
Time's Alteration, i. . . 230 Vanity of the World, i.
.. . 198
93 ii. .
· 50 TINDAL, DR MATTHEW, i. . . 672 VAUGHAN, HENRY, i. , :.
Tinker, the, i. . . . 278 Veal, Mrs, a True Relation of the
Apparition of, &c. i. . 616-13
Venice, a Morning in, ii. . .
473 | TO-
Venice Preserved. Sorpes from, i. 36-
: . 365
Venus and the Graces, i. .
402 Florence, it.
[By Mrs Hunter), ii.
in an Alehouse, ii.
. 63 To & Lady, with some Painted | Vintner, a, i. .
Flowers, ii. .
Violets, to a Tuft of Early, il. :
424 their Time, i. . . .
To a Tuft of Early Violets,
295 Virtue, i.
Virtue and Happiness in the Comn.
153 TOBIX, Jonx, ii.
632 Virtue more Pleasant than Vice, 1.
679 Virtue and Vice Declared by the
General Vote of Mankind, i. .
Virtuous Woman, a, u. . .
Vision of Mirza, i. . . .
Tomb, the, i.
. .319 Voice of Spring, the. ii. . . 9
464 WACE, i. .
WADDINGTOX and IIAXEURY. ii. 67
WAKEFIELD, GILBERT, IL .
260 Wallace, Adventure of, i.
Vathek and his Magnificent Palaces,
83 on Delicacy of difference Be- 218 | Town Ladie Rev. Me, il
Miss, ii., i.