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INDEX TO VOL. XLVII.
Aboukir, lines on the battle of, 458. Central Asia and Cabul, 512.
China, war with, 368—the China ques.
tion, 717— Postscript, 847.
scene, as if betwixt a traveller and a
Coleridge, T. S. his plagiarisms exposed,
gift of the Imaum of Muscat, 658. Dead Man of St Anne's Chapel, a criminal
story in four parts, from the German of
Delta's Sir Eliduc, a poem of love and
Diversions of Purley, a new edition of that
Dream of Mohammed the Second, a poem,
land, lines on them, by R. M. Milnes,
Emperor and the Rabbi, the, a Jewish
Essenes, on the, 105_Part II. 463–
Ethical sonnets, by R. M. Milnes, 360.
Calderon de la Barca, Don Pedro, his Faction, the anti-national, shown up, 544.
Comedy of the Goblin Lady, ana- Faust, poetical translations of seven authors,
Case II. Laws of hospitality in colli- Goblin lady, the, a comedy by Calderon
translation of Faust, reviewed, 223.
Greek Tragedy, theory of, 145.
Modern superstition, 553.
Nameless Man, the, a tale, 319.
Ages, Part I. Proem, 65-Feudalism, Oats, Wild-a new species, 753.
tures and statues at the University of,
Hymn I., ib.—Hymn II., 81-Hymn
Plagiarisms of S. T. Coleridge, exposed,
Prendeville, James, his edition of Milton,
Chap. I., ib.-Chap. II., 624_Chap. Protestantism in France, its progress, 763.
Rabbi, the Emperor and the, a Jewish tra-
dition in verse, 794.
Khiva, Central Asia, and Cabul, 512. School, my Old, 779.
Scott, Sir Walter, lines on him, by R. M.
name, by Leigh Hunt, reviewed, 303. St Peter's, 26
Simmons, B., his song of a Returned Exile,
170_his ode on the Marriage of the
gift of the Imaum of Muscat, 688. Sir Eliduc, a lay of Marie, by Delta-
Fitte frst, 786- Fitte second, 788-
the Lily, 189— Trip the First, wherein
Gaelic of the Song of the Aged Bard, weather, and comports herself gallantly,
193— Trip the Second, wherein the
ed from the shore to be a shipwrecked
the Lily coasteth four miles to the west-
ward, and cometh home again, 196_
Trip the Fourth, wherein the Lily visit-
Scott at the Tomb of the Stuarts in St Song of the Returned Exile, hy B. Sim-
his short poem of Breton Faith, 30 sung at the Symposium in the Saloon,
3d January 1840, 175-of the Veto,
tion of the Non-intrusion Committee,
Superstition, on modern, 553.
Faust, reviewed, 223.
Talbot, the Hon., his poetical translation Veto, the, a new song, dedicated to the
Whig.intrusion section of the Non-
Diversions of Purley, reviewed, 484. Venetian painting and Titian, on, 88.
117– Part V., 385_Part VI., 431- 412.
Part VII., 662.- Part VIII., 816.
Walter and William, a Tale, in verse, 96.
Blackwood's Magazine, inclosing the 368, 717- Postscript, 847.
Wild Oats, a new species, 753.
Edinburgh : Printed by Ballantyne and Hughes, Paul's Work.