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MAY TO AUGUST,
PUBLISHED BY HUNT AND CLARKE,
TAVISTOCK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
Cephalostatics, 453 - Dr. Bämbuzler,
453—Cicero's head, 457.--Menelaus,
Diary for the month of April, 1-For the
month of May, 243-For the month of
June, 391– For the month of July, 529.
373--Vivian Grey, 376—Granby, 373
Electioneering, 362—The cost and valae
VOL. V. NEW SERIES.
A EROSTATICAL Speculations over London
in a Balloon, constructed under the
bam's menagerie at Kouka, 218—His
229—The ladies of Loggun, 230.
Berney, Execution of Mr., at Norwich,
in 1684, 94—Particulars of the murder
His death, 96.
plague of Florence, 146— Italian tale,
-His death, 157.
of the Surrender of, reviewed, 268.
of a seat in Parliament, 362—The best
Parliament to the best account, 366.
with an Engraving, 65-Importance of
Fraser's Travels and Adventures in the
Persian Provinces, on the Shores of
to prescribe, as a physician, for the
the country, 265.
The literary club, called the Atheneum,
Russian nobleman, 411.
Magazines, the Three, 90—Extract from
the Révue Encyclopédique, 91-Un-
French writers, 93.
Novel, the last American,--the Last of
the Mohicans, by Mr. Cooper, re-
Greece, Adventures of a Foreigner in,
No. I. 462—Sails from Leghorn with
Paris on Diet, reviewed, 481–Sympathies
of the Stomach, 482—Necessity of ex-
Granby, 31 - Colburn on Reynolds,
Highlands, a Three Day's Walk in the,
Quarterly Review, the last Number of,
116,Mr. Pepys, 116—Mr. Mercier,
very, 124—Fashionable novels, 125.
Usefulness of Quotations, 359 —
Reynolds, the Life and Times of Frede-
in a Letter from a Citizen to a Citizen,
-Old Macpherson of Cluny, 551.
Hunter's captivity among the Indians,
Indies, Six Months in the West, re-
-the Marquis Wellesley, 368—Mrs.
blished church party, 519–The Pres-
rick, reviewed, 412—Mrs. Barry, 413
Lives of the Forty, reviewed, 408-
Origin of the French Academy, 408-
Shades, an appeal from the, 527.
nals, Docks, Waterworks, Mines, &c.
and Lord Thurlow, 97-Sheridan and
the nonsense by Mr. T. Campbell, 58.
castle, 493—Rossinvor abbey, 498.
Monarch, for the Instruction, and Ex-
Table Talk, 126–273—4224559.
No. III. 33— Arrives at Aix-la-Cha.
No. 1V. 158 Anecdote with
of baggage, 294—Fears of the oppres-
Viterbi, the Diary of Luc' Antonio, kept
by him during the Time he was starving
Vivian Grey, reviewed, 207.
Ways and Means, a poem, 125.
Yankee Notions, No. II. 71-An Irish-
woman, 81-Sea-sickness, 83—A calm,
Raymond's Political Economy,