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INDEX TO VOLUME III.
ABERDEEN, proceedings respecting the late Bruce, King Robert the, discovery of his
election of magistrates there, 106, 352. tomb, 104.
104.-Distressing one at Airdrie, 349. 661.
351.-and at a coal-pit near Glasgow, ib. and fugitive essays, 515.
ings of, 251.
have or have not stirred in the cause of,
Byron, Lord, criticism on his fourth canto
Byron, Scott, and Wordsworth, on the poe-
Caithness, iron and copper discovered in,
writer, of the inhabitants and productions
Calumnies against the living, remarks on,
Edinburgh and Glasgow, 105.
Napier's essay on his writings, 657. Cathedral church of St Giles, Dilettanti
pair, 408.-Letter occasioned by the re-
Scotch, 114, 241, 358, 485, 625, 731. Persia, 340.
ings in the Edinburgh Review, 155.
France, to produce sugar from, 611. France, comparison of their characters by
Charlotte, Princess, verses on the death of,
Childe Harold, fragment of a fifth canto of,
corded in the early history of this bird, fourth canto of, 216.
Christian Wolf, a German freebooter, in-
Chromate of iron discovered in Shetland,
Circuit court, Stirling, distressing case of
juvenile pick-pocket, 233.-Trial and
condemnation of John Lissens, for high-
way robbery, ib.
Clubs, account of some curious ones in Lon,
-II. The Order of the Golden Fleece
of the kaleidoscope, 121.-History of Surly club.-V, The club of Ugly Faces,
Coal-gas, improvement in the purification
tain, 724. Portable apparatiis, ib.
Cockney School of Poetry, No III. 453.- Edinburgh Review, letters to the supporters
of the, 155_No. I. to the Rev. Dr Chal-
Elliston, Mr, remarks on his acting, 329.
II. Burns and the old ballads, 71.
Escape, remarkable one, of a soldier from
Essays, fugitive and anonymous, of the Earl
the Edinburgh election of magistrates, Dramatists, 556.
head, 146.—No II. Greek heads, 298. Genius, 701.
works of, 648.
Fire, destruction of a ship by, 105.
Fortune-telling, instance of swindling under
Fox and Pitt, sketch of, by Baron Von
France, history of a six weeks' tour through,
Franklin's head, craniological view of, 300.
publication so entitled, 129.
Elliott's plans for repairing St Giles's liament, 724.–Portable gas apparatus, ib.
sion of the, 230.--Proceedings of the as-
IV. 77.-No V. 207.-No VI. 329. Genius, on the influence of the love of
Germany, letters on the present state of,
enjoyed of thought and writing except on
illuminating the minds of the Germans,
to the people, 28.- Probability of a re-
manufactures of, 481.
Chronicle, remarks on its treat.
Hazlitt's lectures on English Poetry-On Letter second, from an Old Indian Officer,
Nicol Jarvie, 66.
from the celebrated Colin M'Lauris,
from Andrew Fairservice to Dr Nicol
from a friend of Mrs Grant, with
note by the Editor, 187.
from Z. to Leigh Hunt, King of
to the veiled conductor of Black-
wood's Magazine, 211.
to the author of Beppo, 323.
to a Politician, written after the
to Sir H. Steuart of Allanton, from
Memory of the Somervilles," 438.-Re-
froin the celebrated Nell Gwyn, 517.
in Liverpool, 565.
of Timothy Tickler, to various lite
rary characters, 75, 461, 527.
*219, 338, 471, 611, 723.
of a national character in, 707.
man for celebrating clandestine marriage, about the beginning of last century, 552.
characters of, 638.
tory of, and remarks on its resemblance Philippine Islands, by, 676.-Summary
view of the commerce, &c. of the Shores
of the Pacific Ocean, by, 695.
on, by Von Lauerwinkel, 562.
in the Inquisition, 3.No III. Rem-
yanus Obsessus, or a tift with Apollyon,
Bacon and Shakspeare, 270.—No VI.
VII. Adam Smith and a Highland Laird,
of Fox and Pitt, 456.-His remarks on between her and a modern Blue Stocking,
Von Lauerwinkel, on his writings in the Marlow's Jew of Malta, remarks on, 208.
Marriage, a novel, review of, 286.
Marriages, lists of, 118, 245, 364, 492, 628, Platinum, mass of, found in South Ameri-
to John Carnegy, Esq. 58.-On Carmel's
rous description of shipwreck by drink,
Harold's Pilgrimage, 201.—The Herald,
Account of an Oxford Examination, 280.
418.-Sanscrit Ode, 460.
on the Cockney School of, No III.
Poor Laws of England, remarks on, 9.
answers to queries respect-
On the state of in Edinburgh, 538. Principal Baird, on the management of,
essay on the writings of Bacon, 657. Popular superstitions in Wales, account of,
ghosts, evil spirits, demons, &c. 189.-
-Corpse-candles, 193.-The kyhirraeth,
Portugal, horrid hospital scene in, 87.
of fiction, 640.
figure of the earth, 463.-On Mr Macvey Psalms, remarks on various metrical versions
101, 225, 344, 476, 617, 728.
the reign of, 534.
land Society for the improvement and
Ready Reckoner, the British, review of, 317.
Redness of the sea, remarks on the, 339.
No I. 90.—No 11. 170.
Say, 58.--On various metrical versions of
the Psalms, 63, 178.-On a publication
article on this subject in the Edinburgh -On the Aristophanic comedy, 152.-
On Horace Walpole's letters to Mr Mon-
tagu, 162.-On the writings of George
Buchanan, 251.-On the writings of Kidd
Schlegel's history of literature, 497.-On
Menil's edition of Antara, 513.-On the
576.- Review of Captain M.Konochie's thumous Works of Madame de Stael,
the state of parties, and the Edinburgh
Review, 715.-On a letter to Sir Henry
Review of “ The Fudge Family of Paris,"
129.–Of the fourth canto of Childe Har. mouth, 39.-Of several seen on the coasts
Shores of the Pacific Ocean, 695. Stael, Madame de, one of the brightest ore
of, 155.-State of Parties and the, 715. Observations on her Posthumous Works,
I. and Louis XVI. by, 638.-Her re-
brating unlawful marriages, 108. Staffordshire, account of a pseudo-volcano
the French of M. de Peudemots, 47. Steuart, Sir Henry, of Allanton, letter to
tion of the Memorie of the Somervilles,"
Sugar, experiment in France to produce it
Swindling, in a female fortune-teller, 230.
proposed bill for the protection of, 68. Tales of the Dead, 580.
Thoughts on Public Feeling, 294.
rary characters, No III. to Francis Jef.
Blackwood's Magazine, 461.--No V. to
Time's Magic Lanthern, No II. 3.-No
for regulating the, 231.-Resolutions of No VI. 274.-No VII. 419.
by the ship Hesper, 306.
specting the maintenance of the, 11. respecting the history of this bird, 671.
tagu, 162.-His account of Lord Ferrers'
trial, &c. 165.
termination of the late one in Europe,
33.-- Accounts of some seen on the coast rival, a word to, 583.