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Literary Romance, fragment of, 382, 465, Patents lately enrolled, 440.
Punts, on the vegetative power in the seeds
Pernambuco, insurrection there, 431.-The
Pirates, a number of them executed at Con.
cesses in the Persian Gulf, 651.
Poetry, Original. The Desolate Village,
count of his Ms. History of Scotland, tory over the French, 72.-A last adieu
-The Past The Mossy Seat, 169.
-Greece ; from the French, 171.-Son-
462. Humorous story concerning, 618. 277.—The Moss Rose—The two Graves,
observations at Dover, 28.-On Shakes- 404.- The Lesson; from the German,
- The Widowed Mother_On Domestic
ship-On the Grave of a Child, 502.-
On the Death of a Young Lady, 623.
Passage through the Desart- A Fairy
Ballad, 624.-To the Memory of a very
Promising Child, 625.
narrow escape of, from drowning, 240. grations from Scotland to, 543.
relief, 241.-Method of supplying them
cation of their children, 474.
the King of France, 647.-Authorises the
respecting the trigonometrical survey of property of the church, 647.
Port-au-Prince, explosion of a magazine by
and defeated, 428.-Trial of the conspi.
Prince Regent, his speech on opening Par.
proroguing Parliament, 655.
new one, 125.
Printing, Scottish, documents relating to,
mail-coach robbery, 330.-His trial and title of Count Ruppin, 647.
Public accounts, 441.
Publications, list of new ones, 90, 196, 310,
Harold the Dauntless, a poem, 76.-Of
Children, 79.–Of the Duchess of Ang
leme's Journal, 172.0f Ricardo on Po. Steam Boat, explosion of one at Norwick, litical Economy, 175.Of Bingley's Use- 325 ;- and at Richmond, 645. ful Knowledge, 178.–Of Moore's Lalla Stewart's Natural History, review of, 510. Rookh, 279, 503.—Of Irving's Life of Stewarts of Allanton, communication reBuchanan, 286.-Of the Craniad, a poem, specting them, 349.- Feuds between 288..Of Lord Byron's Manfred, 289.- them and the Somervilles, 350.-Reply Of Grenfell's Speech on the transactions to the foregoing article, 476.-Curious with the Bank of England, 406.-Of the inventory of the effects of Allan Stewart, Life of William Hutton, by his Daugh- 480.-Singular dedication of a fountain ter, 413.-Of a comparative view of the to his memory, ib. British and American Constitutions, 414. Stories for Children, review of, 79. Of the Bower of Spring, 415.-Of Strathearn, geological observations on, 587. Coleman's Eccentricities for Edinburgh, Sugar Cane, observations on its culture in 417.-Of Stewart's Natural History, 510. the United States, 25. -Of Modern Greece, a poem, 515.-0f Sweden, plot to overturn the government Miss Edgeworth’s Harrington and Or. of, 98.-Anti-commercial policy of, 317. mond, 519, 631.--Of Poetical Epistles, -Its absurdity and inutility, 618.
626.-Of Moore's Sacred Songs, 630. Switzerland, dreadful avalanche there, 202. Ricardo on Political Economy, review of, - Tradition related by a monk in, 270. 175.
Damage by inundations, 532.A tile Robbery of the mail from Edinburgh to manufactory set on fire by water, 648 Stirling, 214.
T. Romance, Fragment of a Literary, 382, 465,
Tales and anecdotes of the pastoral life, 573
22, 143, 247. Russia, pacific policy of, 648. Ruthven, Mr, account of his new Printing Thermometer, on its use as a hygrometer,
381. Press, 125. S.
Thunder Storm, account of one in LanarkSacred Songs, by T. Moore, review of, 630.
shire, 471.-In Edinburgh, 544.
Tradition related by a monk in Switze. Saddler, Mr, crosses the Irish Channel in his balloon, 548.
land, 270. Saint Hilary, inscription in the church of,
Treason, trials for, 544. 130.
Trigonometrical Survey of Britain, com Salt, on the ancient custom of sitting be
munication from Colonel Mudge on the low it at table, 33, 132, 349.
subject of, 234. Salt, on the symbolical use of, 579.
U. Scots Musical Museum, account of, 377. Unlawful Oaths, trial of Mackinlay for ad.
Appeal, decision of an interesting one, ministering, 547. 436.
V. Scottish Songs, on the humour of our an
Vegetative power in the seeds of plants, Mr cient ones, 237. Peer, election of one, 326.
Lauder Dick's experiments on, 239.
Venice, present state of the city of, 16. Sculpture, observations on that of the
Viewo-Hunter, memorandums of, 27, 373, Greeks, 9.
589. Sedition, trials for, in Scotland, 324, 437.
Vincent, Dr, letter respecting the late Dr Shakespeare Club of Alloa, account of, 152.
Adam, 260. Shakespeare's Macbeth and Richard III. observations on Kemble's Essay on, 455.
W. Sketches of foreign scenery and manners, Waterloo Subscription, general account of, 251, 359, 487, 582.
543. Somervilles, Memorie of the Family of, 162. Wellington, Duke of, brings an action a
-Feuds between them and the Stewarts gainst a Flemish editor for libel, and is of Allanton, 350.
cast, with expenses, 648. Somnolency, remarkable instance of, 61. Wernerian Society of Edinburgh, some acSouthcote, Johanna, instances of fanaticism
count of, 231. among her followers, 111, 213.
Whig and Tory, origin of the terms, 246. Spain, riots in Valencia, 97.-Tyrannical Witches, commissioun for examinating of, measures of the king, 98.-Conspiracy 497. of General Lacy at Barcelona, 201. – Witchcraft, confessions of, in Scotland, 167. Execution of Lacy, 531.--Good under- -Trials for, 497.
standing betwixt and Russia, 647. Wordsworth, Mr, observations on his letter Spring Guns, trial respecting, 328.
relative to Robert Burns, 261. Spurzheim, Dr, attack on his system, 35. Works preparing for publication, 88, 194, -Defence of, 365.
308, 423, 527, 642. Steam Frigate, account of the American Wyfe of Auchtermuchtie, ancient ballad of one, 30.