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MAY TO AUGUST,
PUBLISHED BY HUNT AND CLARKE,
No. 4, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
James Whiting, Engraver and Printer to His Majesty for the Prevention of Forgery,
Beaufort House, Strand.
VOL. VIII. NEW SERIES.
ALEXANDER's Journey from India to..:Diary for the month of April, 63-for
England, reviewed, 212. ..::: the month of May, 161-for the month
of June, 338-for the month of July,
between Man and Apes, ib. - Dr. Dibdin (Thomas), Autobiography of, re-
Eldon (Lord), Life of, reviewed, 477.
136, 284, 424, 572.
Goodhugh's Library Manual, reviewed,
Banking, Small Notes, 327.
of his Own Times, reviewed, 241.
Hamel, the Obeal Man, reviewed, 182.
tion of the System, 2-method of
Translation, 5-General Observations,
English in Italy,” reviewed, 187.
Canning (Mr.) and his Opponents, 78.
De Vere, reviewed, 36.
Journal of a Traveller on the Continent, MAGAZINIANA :-
Account of the Sea Serpent, 275.
African Cascade on the Orange Ri-
View from beyond Bergheim, 277.
Orange Toast, 277.
A republican Frenchman, 277.
Account of the Carrion Crow, 278.
A polite Come-off - Garrick and
West the Painter, 279.
Visitors at a German Castle, in the
Change of Tbeatrical Costume-the
Gods in Opposition, 279.
The English on the Continent, 279.
The younger Burke, a Coxcomb, 280,
Homage to Great Men, 280.
Mrs. Jordan's Delight in the Stage,
German and English Recruits, 281.
Power of the Human Eye, 281.
:Pressing an Actor, or Stage Emer-
::::: gencies, 281.
Fashionable Conversation, 282.
The celebrated Greek Professor Por-
Ecclesiastical Discernment at Rome,
Turkish Sobriety, 420.
Mercantile Catechism, 420.
More Turkish Law, 421.
Judson and a Burmese, Oo Oung Turkish Opium-Eaters, 421.
A Quaker in Rome, 421.
First Hebrew Bible, 422.
Southern African Eloquence, 422.
Abernethy Anticipated, 563.
Setting in of an Indian Monsoon,
Petticoat Government, 564.
American Travelling, 565.
Ursine Epicurism, 566.
Angelic Embassy, 567.
Most extraordinary Document, 567.