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New May-day, and Old May-day, 457.
Nouvel Almanach des Gourmands, No.
I. 310-II. 391-III. concluded, 478.
Novelty and Familiarity, essay on, 129.
-men of genius, men of feeling, 131
-mistake respecting actors rectified,
132-Mr. J. Kemble's Richard III. 133
-Mrs. Siddons, 134-feelings on ear-
lier novel reading, 135-saying of Opie,
135-early discoveries generally made
in early life, 136-physical pleasures
least changeable, 139.
O'Flummery, Mr. Terence, 102.
Old English writers and speakers, 49.
- Pages and Old Times, No. I. 273-II.
379-III. 502-IV. 591.
One thousand eight hundred and twenty
four, lines to, 140.
Passion flower, the, 266.
Pasta, Madame and Mademoiselle Mars,
Patriot, the, before his execution, 501.
Pegasus in harness, 476.
Perukes of King Charles the Second's
Plunket and his informations, Mr. 182.
Pocket dictionary, specimen of a patent,
-the vale of love, 456-Imelda, 467
-Pegasus in harness, 476—the return
from Elba, 482—the stranger in Loui-
siana, 496-the patriot before his exe-
cution, 501-Valentine, canto III. 538
-the withered leaf, or melancholy, 547
-stanzas from the Italian, 555-the
coronation at Rheims, 562-the tri-
umph of science, 570-stanzas, the
homeward-bound ship, 579-sweet spi-
rit of the forest wild, 587-sonnet to
the mocking bird, 595
Poetry, lectures on, I. 217.
Pope, conversations of, 548-dinner of
Apsley Honeycomb with, 548.
Portraits, Irish-Terence O'Flummery,
102-Sir Ignatius Slattery, 318.
| Prescription, the, 335.
Project for a new joint-stock company,
Poetical Scenes, No. IV. 176-Raffaelle
and Fornarina, ib.-V. the return from
Poetry-lines on a lady who died in con-
sequence of a sun-stroke, 28-Christ-
mas out of town, 34-to Anne, 39—
love, 57-the children in the snow,
-Cœur de Lion at the bier of his fa-
ther, 72—the first discovery of Colum-
bus, 78-lay of the wandering Arab,
101-the complaint of Amanieu des
Escas, ib.-Thekla's song, from Schil-
ler, 106-written at Montmartre, 111
-to 1824, 140-London paved with
gold, 147-this is love, 155-Vesper of
Petrarch, 159-to Ianthe, 165-Raf-
faelle and Fornarina, 176-Marshal
Saxe and his physician, 189-Steam,
194-horseman's song, from Körner,
234 the matrimonial squabble, 243—
the star of Pomeroy, 249-moral lines,
260-the passion flower, 266—the vi-
sion, 272-parting address to London,
282-lines written at midnight, 289—
the Suliote, 293-to an elm-tree, 299
-the mourner, 309-the prescription,
335-Fractus and Vidua, 351-Greek
funeral chant, 369-Giulio and Zelma,
377-a fable, 383-epigram, 387-the
parting song, 395-lines written after
reading Antommarchi's last moments
of Napoleon, 390—on the ruins of Lei-
cester Abbey, 403-the hospital, 452
Tremaine, or the man of refinement, re-
view of, 321.
University in London, suggestions re-
specting the plan of a, 404.
Unsentimental journey, the small tour,
Vale of Love, the, 456
Valentine, Canto III. 538.
Vesper of Petrarch, 159.
Vision of Judgment in prose, 142.
Withered Leaf, the, 547.
Wolfe Tone, further particulars of the
widow and son of, 267-description of
young Tone, 268—his services at Leip-
sic, ib.-his literary pursuits, 260
anecdote of Madame Tone and Napo-
leon, 269, 270-narrow-mindedness of
Lord Castlereagh, 271-Mrs. Tone
marries a Scotch gentleman, ib.—
young Tone departs to study law in
America, 272-account of Ney's
Women, cultivation of, 58.
Writers and speakers, old English, 49.
Year 1824, lines to, 140.
Page 295, line 29, for "twenty" read "forty."
-4, for "nation" read "people."
438, - 17, for "preserved" read "persevered."
450, last line, for "Bowden's Life of Kemble" read "Boaden's Life."
451, ditto, for "Tom Straitway" read "Tom straitway."
607, line 19, for "procurante" read "poco-curante."
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