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Literary Romance, fragment of, 382, 465, Patents lately enrolled, 440.-
Plants, 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-
Song- The burial of Sir John Moore,
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,
Public accounts, 441.
Publications, list of new ones, 90, 196, 310,
-The Regent's message on the state of
Harold'the Dauntless, a poem, 76.-Of
Children, 79. Of the Duchess of Angou-
leme's Journal, 172.Of Ricardo on Po- Steam Boat, explosion of one at Norwich.
Of the Bower of Spring, 415.-Of Strathearn, geological observations on, 587.
Of Modern Greece, a poem, 515.–Of Sweden, plot to overturn the government
Damage by inundations, 532.A tile
Tales and anecdotes of the pastoral life,
22, 143, 247.
Thermometer, on its use as a hygrometer,
Thunder Storm, account of one in Lanark.
shire, 471.-İn Edinburgh, 544.
Tradition related by a monk in Switzer.
Trigonometrical Survey of Britain, com-
munication from Colonel Mudge on the
subject of, 234.
Appeal, decision of an interesting one, ministering, 547.
our an- Vegetative power in the seeds of plants, Mr
Lauder Dick's experiments on, 239.
Venice, present state of the city of, 16.
View-Hunter, memorandums of, 27, 373,
Vincent, Dr, letter respecting the late Dr
-Feuds between them and the Stewarts gainst a Flemish editor for libel, and is
cast, with expenses, 648.
among her followers, 111, 213. . Whig and Tory, origin of the terms, 246.
standing betwixt and Russia, 647. Wordsworth, Mr, observations on his letter
relative to Robert Burns, 261.
308, 423, 527, 642.