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Jackal!, 131. C99.

Jackson, John, professor of pugilism,

in 493. 713.
Jamblicus, story of bis raising Eros and

Anteros, 182.
Jealousy, 597. 600.

Jeffrey, Francis, esq., 499. 138, 429.,<M8.
583. 705. 720. Critical notes by, pat-
aim.

Jena, battle of, 628.
Jenner, Dr., 602.
* Jephtha's Daughter,' 464.
Jerdan, William, esq., 579.
Jcrningham, Mr., 437.
Jerome, St., 596.
Jcrreed, 80.

Jersey, Countess of, 559. * Consolatory
Address to, on the Prince Regent re-
turning her picture,* 609.

Jerusalem, 498. 'On the day of the
destruction of, by Titus,' 467.

Jesus Christ, 667. 768,

Jews, 533. 616. 658.

Joannini, 22. 701.

Job, 689. 739.

John Bull, his ' Letter to Lord Byron,1

566. 608.

Johnson, Dr., his * Vanity of Human
Wishes,' 640. His opinion of blank
verse, 439. His ' Irene,* 443. His
remark on good intentions, 518. A
good hater, 727. His ' Life of MIL
ton,' 638. His betier in ghosts, 751.

Jonson,4Ben, anecdote of, 589.

JoUbert, General, 591.

'Journal de Treroux/ 509.

Julian the Apostate, 590.

Julian, Count, ft.

Juliet's tomb, 530.

Julius Caesar, his character, 52. 307.687.

783. His laurel wreath, 52. 783. The

suitor of love, 167. 628.
Jungfrau, the, 50. 179.
Junlus's Letters 522.
Junot, General, 7.

Jupiter Olymplus, temple of, 17. 454.
Jura mountains, 37.
Juvenal, his alleged independence, 595.
His pure and sublime morality, 595

Kaff. 436.
Kalamas, 31.
Kaleidoscope, 619.

Kalkbrenner, his remark on Jewish

music, 463.
Kamtschalka, 458.
Kant, Professor, 769.
Kean, Edward, tragedian, 196. 430.
Keats, John, 716. 806. Account of,

H06. Elegy on, 574.
Kemble, John Philip, esq., 195. 430.
Kenney, James, dramatist, 430.
Keppel, Admiral, 590.
Kibhka, 699.
Kings. 689. 699.
Kinnainl, Lord, 697.
Klnnaird, Hon. Douglas, 197. 463. 513.

577,

• Kiss of Love, First,' 383.
Kitchener, Dr., his remedy for sea-
sickness, 611.
Knight-errantry, 727.
Knight, Payne, 428.

Knowledge, 330. 716.

Knowlles, Richard, hi, ' History of the

Turk,,' 62. 665.
Koran, 68.

Kosciusko, General, 528.709.
Kotiebuc, 458.

Koutousow, General (afterwards Prince
of Smolensko), 708.

Labedoyire, 561.

Laccdemon, 26.

'Larhln-y-gair,' 166. 401.

Ladies, teamed, 593.

La Fayette, 591.

LaStte, 719.

La Fltte, pirate, 107.

La Harpe, 530.

Lake Leman, 35. 37. 139. 560.

Lake School of Poetry, 588. 803. Gold-
smith's anticipated definition of, 804.

'Lakers,' the, 446. 608. 804.

Lamb, Hon. George, 422. 429.

Lamb, Lady Caroline, 628.

Lam be, Charles, esq., 434.

Lambertl, Venetian poet, 230.

Lambro Cansari, Greek patriot, 85.

'Lament Of Tasso,' 476.

Lancelot of the Lake, 506.

'Landed Interest,' 532.

Lander, Walter Savage, esq., 167. 512.
514. 716. His ' Gebir,' 514.

Langeron, Count de, 680.

Lannes, Duke of Montebello, 591.

Lansdowne ( Henry Fitzmaurice Petty),
fourth Marquis of, 385. 397. 429.

Lanskoi, the grande passion of Cathe-
rine II. 701.

Laocoon, the, 59. C46.

Laos, the river, 22.

Laba; a Tale,' 108.

Lascy, Major General, 687.

Laugier, Abbe, his character of Marino
Faltero, 195,

Laura, 630.773.

Lausanne, 39.

Lawsuits, 756.

Lawyers, 604. 705.

Lay of the Last Minstrel, 423.

Leander and Hero, 82.

Learned ladies, 593.

Learned languages, results of the too
early study of, 50.

Lee, Harriet, her 1 German's Tale,' 341.

1 Legion of Honour, Lines on the Star
of,' 562.

Legitimacy, 663. 697.

Leigh, Hon. Augusta (Lord Byron's
sister), 34. 'Stanzas to,' 470.
4 Epistle to,' 470.

Lcly, Sir Peter, drapery of his beauties,
732.

Leipsic, 458. 528.

Leman, Lake, 35. 37. 731. 742.' Sonnet
to,'-565.

L'Enclos, Ninon de, 661.

Lenzonl, Marchioness, her rescue of the
bones of Boccaccio, 778.

Leo X., 503.

Lcoben, 34.

Leone, Port, 64.

Leonidas, 648.

Leonora, Tasso's, 478, 479.

Leopold, Prince of Saxc Coburg (after-
wards King of the Belgians), 59.

Lepanto, Gulf of, 14. 20.

'Lesdia, lines to,' 387.

Lethe, 641.

1 Lbtteb To The Eoitob Op " Mr

GftANDMOTHEE's REVIEW," ' 798.
Leucadia.20. 628.
Leuctra, 31.
Levant, 22. 106.

Lewis, Matthew Gregory, esq., 1%.

196. 425. 443.
Liakura, Mount, 26.
Liberty, 138. 162.684.
Licensing act, 444.
Lies, 714.

Life, 32. 46. 55, 56. 85. 183. 265. J8J.6II,

627.641.668.698.718.751.
Life of a young noble, 717.
Lightning, superstitions rapectiag, 46.

774.

Llgne, Prince de, 680. 685. 708.

'Lines on the Death of a Young Lady.'
376. To E., 377. To D., 377. On
leaving Newstead Abbey, 377. Writ-
ten in Rousseau's ' Letters of sn Ita-
lian Nun,' 379. On a change of But-
ters at a great school, 383. On a dis-
tant view of the village and school
of Harrow, 386. To M., 3*. To
M. S. G.,387. To Woman.*?. To
Mary, on receiving her picture, 3fe7.
To Lcsbia, 387. Addressed to a
Young Lady, 388. To Marion. 3*8.
To a Lady who presented to the author
a lock of hair, Ac., 369. To a beauti-
ful Quaker, 397. On the death ol
Mr. Fox, 399. To the sighing Stte-
phon, 400. To Eliza, 400. To Ro-
mance, 401. To a Lady who presented
the author with the velvet band which
bound her tresses, 410. To the Her.
J. T. Bccher. on bis advising the Au-
thor to mix more with society, 4i".
To Edward Noel Long, esq.. 414. To
a Lady—' Oh ! had my fate,' ax., 4\s.
To George Earl Delawarr, 417. To
the Earl of Clare, 417. Written be-
neath an elm in the churchyard of j
Harrow, 418. To a rain Lady, 535. To |
Anne, 535. To the author of a Son-
net, beginning * Sad is the verse.'&t.
535. On finding a Fan, 535. To <a
Oak at Newstead. 536. On reriutir.i
Harrow, 537. To my Son, 537. To
a faithful Friend. 438. Inscribed upuo
a cup formed from a skull, 539. To
a Lady on being asked my reasra
for quitting England, 540. To Sr.
Hodgson, written on board the Lisbon
packet. 542. Written in an album at
Malta, 543. Written alter swimmine
from Sestos to Abydos, 54.=.. Written
beneath a picture, 546. In the Tra-
vellers' Book at Orrhomenus, 5*5-
On parting, 547. To Dives. 548. Ob
Moore's operatic farce, 541*. To
Thyrza, 549. On a Cornelian hurt,
which wa» broken, 552. To a Lady
weeping, 552. Written oa a blank
leaf of the' Pleasures of Memory.' 5-*4
To Time, 554. On Lord Thurlo. i
poems, 556. To Lord Thurlow,
To Thomas Moore, on visiting LeiE*
Hunt in prison, 556. On beamr
that Lady Byron was ill, 472. To
Belshazzar, 560. On Napoleon's es-
cape from Elba, 561. To Ttwoai
Moore, 568. On the bust of BcJeo bj
Canova, 568. To
569. To Mr. Murray.
Mr. Murray to Dr.

To Mr. Murray, 570. On the birth-
day of J. W. R. Hoppncr, 571. On
reading that Lady Byron had been
patroness of a charity ball, 573. On
my thirty-third birthday, 574. To
Mr. Murray, 575. To Lady Bles-
slngton, 577. Inscribed, • On this
day I complete my thirty-sixth year,'
577.
Lisbon, 5.

Lisbon packet, Lines written on board

the, 542.
IJston, John, comedian, 798.
Literary men, marriage or, 499.
Llternum, 764.
Little's Poems, 417, 425.
Llvadia, 764.
Liver, 629.
Livy, 740.

Lloyd. Charles, esq., 434. 589.

I . inn contractors, 719.

Locke, his treatise on education, 447.744.

Lockhart, J. G., esq.. His 'Ancient
Spanish Ballads,' 13. His preface to
'Don Quixote,' 727. Critical Notes
by, ptusim.

Lodi, 303.

I St, Capel, esq., 432. 450.

London, a Sunday in, 12. The Devil's
drawing-room, 718. The approaches
to, 712. Never understood by fo-
reigners, 721. 'Our superb menage-
rie,' 721.

Londonderry (Robert Stewart), second
Marquis of, 667, 678. 701. See also
Castlercagh.

London Review, 441.

Loneliness. 36. 188. 746.

Long. Edward Noel, esq., 414. 'Lines
to.' 414.

Longinus, 595. 608. 745.

Longmans, Messrs., 447. 507.

'Longueurs,' 638.

Lope do Vega, 4tf2. 592.

Loredano, family of, 278.

Lorenzo de' Medici, 779.

Lorraine, Claude, 530. 732.

Love, best tokens of, 669. First, 602.
627. 1 His own avenger,* 647. Lan-
guage of, 642. Man's, 607. 629. Pla-
tonic, 298.601.703. Woman's, 628,629.
See also, 630. 642,643. 663. 677. 704.
719, 720. 742.

Love, first kiss of, 383.

Love of gain, 693. 734.

Love of glory, 650.

Love of offspring, 664.

'Love's last adieu,' 388.

Lovers, 625. 641.

Lover's Leap, 20. 608.

Ixiveft of the Triangles, 804.

Lowe, Sir Hudson, 527. 716.

Luc, Jean Andre de, 138.

Lucca, 749.

Lucretla, 195.

Lucretius, 595.

l.ucullus, dishes t la, 748. Cherries
transplanted into Europe by, 748.

• Lt'DOlTEs, Song for the,' 569.

Ludlow, General, the regicide, his mo-
nument, 38.

Lugo, 649.

Lushington, Dr., 593.

Lusleri, Slgnor, his devastations at

Athens. 761.
Luther, Martin, C77.

Lying, 606.

Lykanthropy, 6S9.-
Lyons, Gulf of, 614.
Lyttelton, George Lord, 89.

M.

M .... Lines to, 386.
M. S. G., Lines to, 386.
Macassar OH, 593.

'Mac Flecknoe/origln of Drydcn's, 439.
Machiavelll, 677. 710. 776. His tomb In

Santa Croce, 48.
Mackintosh, Sir James, 522.
Macneil, Hector, esq., his poems, 433.
Macpherson's Ossian, 412.
Madness, 50. 646.
Madrid, 528. 706.
Mafra, 7.

Maginn, Dr., his parody on 1 Yarrow

Unvisited,' 588.
Magnesia, 79.
Mahomet, 628. 661.679.
Maid of Athens, 545.
'Msto op Athens, ere we part,' 545.
Maid of S'aragoza, 10.
Majorian, his visit to Carthage, 96.
Malice, 597.
Mallet, David, 427.
Malta, 19.

'Malta, Farewell to,' 548.

Malthus, Rev. T., his anti-nuptial sys-
tem, 720. Does the thing 'gainst which
ho writes, 721. His book the eleventh
commandment, 746.

Malvern Hills, 166.

Man, 602, 603. 640. 702.

Mandevllle, 424.

'manfred; A Ddamatic Poem,' 135.

Goethe's remarks on, 191.
Manfrlni palace, 146.
Manlcheism, 317, 318.
Mauley, Mrs., her Atalantis, 718.
Mann, the engineer, his pumps, 613.
Mansel, Dr., Bishop of Bristol, 397.
Mansion House, the, 714.
Mantinca, 31. 303.
Marat, 591.

Marathon, 26. 31.35. 303. 637. Plain of,

offered to Lord Byron for sale, "*6.
Marceau, General, 34. 591.
Marchfltl, Count, 497.
Marengo, 3' 3.

Maria Louisa, Empress, 461. 533.
Marie Antoinette, 2. Effect of grief on,
138.

Marine barometer, 179.651.

Mariner, his account of the Tonga

Islauds,l6l. 172.
Marlnet, 697.

Marino, a corrupter of the taste of Eu-
rope, 804.

'Marino Faliero, Doge Op Venice;
an Historical Tragedy.' 193. Dedica-
tion to Goethe, 197. Story of, 786.

Marion,' Lines to, 389.

Marlschalchi Gallery, Bologna, 146.

Marlus at Carthage, 498. 725.

Markland, J. H., esq., his character of
'Hours of Idleness,' 745.

Markow, General, 686.

Marlborough, Coxe's Life of, 195. 638.

Marlow, his 1 Faustus,' 192.

'Marmlon,' 135. 424.

Marriage, 630. 720.

Marriage of literary men, 499.

Marriage state, 'the best or worst of
any,' 742. 'The best for morals,' 745.

Mars, 682.

Martial, his epigrams, 595. 745. Lib. i.
ep. 1., imitated, 574.

Martin, the regicide, 514.

Marvell, Andrew, his lines on the exe-
cution of Charles I., 231.

'Mary,' 384. 589. 653. 'Lines to,' on
receiving her picture,' 3S7.

Mary, Queen of Scots, 179. Her person
described, 661. 703.

Massinger, 430.

Matapan, Cape, 631.

Match-making, 745.

Matrimony, 720.

Matter, 76. Bishop Berkeley's denial of

the existence of, 711.
Matthias. Thomas James, esq., 27. His

'Pursuits of Literature,' 897. His

edition of Gray's works, 807.
Matthews, Charles Skinner, esq., 15.
Matthews, Henry, esq., 15. His ' Diary

of an Invalid,' 190.
Maturin, Rev. Charles, 196.
Maurice, Rev. Thomas, his ' Richmond

Hill,' 427.
Mauritania, 13.
Mazeppa,' 153.
Mecca, 25. 70. 86.

Medici, family of the, 779. Mausoleum

of the, 48. 779.
Medina, 25.
Meditation, 18.

Mediterranean, 61. A noble subject for

a poem, 61.
Medwin, Mr., 584.
Megara,46. 128.
Megaspelion, monastery of, 764.
Meknop, General, 691.
MeiUeric, 768.
Melaucthon, 699.
Melbourne House, 436.
Melody, Suwarrow's polar, 696.
Meltou Mowbray, head quarters of the

English chase, 733.
Memnon, statue of, 731.
Memory, 17.
Mendeli, Mount, 26.
Mephistopheles, 465. 727.
Mercl, Count, his epitaph, 26.
Merivale. J. H. esq., 434. His 1 Ron-

cesvalles,' 483.
Metaphysics, 725.
Meteila, Cecilia, tomb of, 53.
Methodism, cause of the pogross of,

768.

Metternich, Prince, 533.

Michclli, Signora, translator of Shak-

spearc, 230.
Midas, 532.

• Middle Age ' of Man, described, 719.

Milan, state of society at, 629.

Milbanke, Sir Ralph, 593.

Milbanke, Lady, 593.

Milbanke, Miss (afterwards Lady
Byron), 432.

Miller, William, bookseller. 423.

Milraan, Rev. Henry Hart.his' History
of the Jews,' 463, 464, 465. 467. His
■ Fall of Jerusalem,' 196. His cha-
racter of 'Heaven and Earth,' 243.
Critical notes by, pawm.

Milo, 461.

Miltlades, 27.

Milton, 90. 439. 525. 630. 631.
Minerva. 26. 454.
'Minerva, O Use Op,' 453.
Minotaur, fable of the, 624.
Minturna, 499.
Mirabeau, 591.

Miser, 602. Happy life of the, 719,

720.

Missolonghi, 73. 577.
I Mitford, Miss, 807.
Mltford, William, esq., his abuse or
IMiitarch'i Lives, 721. Great merit
of his History of Greece, 721.
Mitylene, isle of, BOO.
, Mob, 689.

* Mobility,* 759. Defined, 739.
Mocha's berry, 633.
Modesty, 744.

Moliere, 734.
Momus, 682.

Money, power of, 720. Pleasure of

hoarding, 719, 720.
Money, love of, * the only pleasure that

requites,' 754.

* Monk,' Lewis's novel of the, 425.
Monkir and Nekir, 70.

Monks, 741.

Monmouth, Geoffrey of, his Chronicle,

731.
Monsoon, 688.
Mont Blanc, 35. 50.

Montague, Lady Mary Wortley, 632.

647. 653. 661.
Montaigne, his motto, 698.

Montecucco, 501.

Montgomery, James, Answer to his
poem, entitled* The Common Lot,*
409. His * Wanderer of Switzerland,'
427.

Monthly Review, its critique on* Hours
of Idleness,1420.

Montmartre, 529.
! Mont St. John, 31. 716.

Montraorenci Laval, Duke de, 532, 533.

Moon, 600. 629. 'Of amatory egotism
the Tuism,' 732.

Moonlight, 190. 217. 600.

Moore, Thomas, esq., 417. 422. 428. 600.
608. 716. 804. 'lines on his last
Operatic Farce, or Farcical Opera,'
548. * Lines to, on visiting Leigh
Hunt in prison," 556. 1 Fragment of
an epistle to,' 559. * Links to,'5G8,
569. His Verses on Leigh Hunt's
'Lord Byron and his Contempora-
ries,' 525. His ' Fudge Family,' 806.
His * Twopenny Post-bag,' 806. Cri-
tical notes by, passim.

Moore, Dr., his ' Zelucco,* 2. His ac-
count of Marino Faliero false and
flippant, 195.

Moral, field of, 35.

More, Hannah, 507. Her ' Ccelobs in

search ai a Wile,' 592.
Morea, 62.

Moreao, General, 591.
MoreUi, Abbate, ISO.
Morena, 10.
Morgan, Lady, 288.

* Moiujantb Maggiore of Pulcl,' trans-

lation of canto the first, 482.
Morning Post, 578. 638. 718. 730.
Morocco, 615.

Morosini, Venetian poet, 230.
Mosaic chronology, 318. 329.
Moscow, conflagration of, 458. 528. 706.
Moses, 699. Michael Angclo's statue of,

502. Sonnet on, 502.
Monkwa, 303.
Mossop, actor, 386.

Motraye, M., his description of the

Grand Seignior's palace, 675.
Mountains, 36. 166.
Mozart, 755.

Muezzin, 22. 70. 697."
Munda, 303.

Murat, Joachim, death of, 786. Hit
'snow white plume,' 561.

Murray, John, esq., sums paid by him
to Lord Byron for copyright, 424.
'My Dear Mr. Murray, you're in a
damn'd hurry,' 570. 'Strahan, Ton-
son, Llntot of the times,' 570. * To
Hook the reader, you, John Murray,'
569. 'Epistle from, to Dr. Polidori,*
569. 'Lines to,' 574. His notes on
Medwin's Conversations, 809.

Murray, John, jun. esq., 197.

Music, 79. 743. 755.

Mussulwomen, 151.

'Mcstthou co, my glorious chief,' 562.
Musters, Mrs. See Chaworth.
Mutiny, 162.

'My Boat is on the shore,* 569.

'My Dear Mr. Murray,' 570.'

'My Grandmother's Review,' the Bri-
tish, 580. 609. 4 Letter to the Editor
of,' 798.

'My Juster I my sweet Sister !' 470.
'My Soul is dark,' 464.
Mysteries and Moralities, 443.

N.

Nadir Shah, 700.
Naldi, singer, 430.

Napier, Colonel, his detection of an
error In ' Childe Harold,' 7.

Napoleon. See Buonaparte.

Napoleon's * Farewell,' 563.

Napoleon, Francois-Charles-Joseph,
Duke of Reichstadt, 533. 756.

'Napoleon the First,' 756.

Napoli di Romania, 120.

National debt, 700.

Native land, sensation on leaving, Gil.

Nature, 17. 20, 40. 663. 743. 747.

Nature, * Prayer of,' 413.

'Nay, Smile not at my sullen brow,' 13.

'Needy knife-grinder," 19.

Nebuchadonoser, 638.

Negropont, 81.

Neipperg, Count, 461. 533.

Nekir, 70. f

Nelson, Lord, 591.

Nemesis, Roman, 56. 784.

Nemi, 60.

Neptune, 163. 626.

Nero, 639.

Nero, consul, 165.

Nero, emperor, 639.

Nessus, robe of, 717. 752.

Newfoundland dog, 'Inscription on

the monument of a,' 539.
Newstead Abbey, * Lines written on

leaving,' 378. 1 Elegy on,' 402*.
Newton, Sir Isaac, 677. Memorable

sentiment of, 677. Anecdote of the

filling apple, 704.
Ney, Marshal, 697.
NicopoUs, rutns of, 21.
Night, 217. 607.

Nightingale, its attachment to the rose,
63. 80. Its love of solitude, 643.

'Nil admirarl,' happiness of the, 661.
729.

Nile, 527.

Nimrod, 658.

Niobe, 50.

'Nisus And Euryaltjs/ a paraphrase

from the -Sneid, 393.
Noble, life of a young, described, 717.

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Palamon and Arcite, 800.
Palatine, mount, 33. 590.
Palgrave. Sir Francis, 780.
Palmerston, Viscount, 385.
Pan, 626.

Pantheon, at Rome, Iff.
Pantlsocracy, 638. 803.
Paper, 638.
raper-money, 719.
Paradise Lost, 806.
Parcae, 653.

* Parenthetical Address, Bit Da.
Plagiary,' 553.

Paris. 528.

* Parisina,' 131.

'Parker, Sir Peter, Elegiac Stanzas on
the death of,' 560.

* Parker, Margaret, Lines on her death,'
376.

Parks of London, 717.
Parma, 533.

Parnassus, 11. 21.50. 447.

Parr, Dr., his opinion of ' Sardanap.v

lus/ 276.
Parthenon, 16,17. 455, 456.
Parting, 612. 681.
'Parting, Lines on,' 547.
Pasiphae, 624.
Fasqualigo, Signor, 230.
Passion, 20. 24. 371. 598. 805.
Passions, 646. 651. Effect of violent and

conflicting, 646.
Fiiwin Oglou, 84.

Paternoster-row, the ' bazaar of book-
sellers,' 507.

Patience, 180.

Patroclus, tomb of, 648.

Pausanias and Cleonice, story of, 183.

Peacock, ' the royal bird, whose tail 's
a diadem,' 683.

Pelagius, 8.

Pelayo, 529.

Pentelicus (now Mount Mendcii),

•;g.

Pericles, 454.
Peri, 2.

Persians, 751. Their doctrine of the

two principle?, 729.
Pertinacity, 742.
Pescara, 501.

Peter Bell, Wordsworth's, 804, 805.
Peter the Third, of Russia, 703.
Peter the Great, 530.
Peter Pindar, 588.
Pi-tersburgh, 700.
Petion, 591.

Petrarch, 17. 45. His laurcat crown,
48. 501. 773. 778. On the conspiracy
of Marino Faliero, 788. Crowned in
the Capitol, 805. 'The Platonic
pimp of all posterity,* 652.

Petticoat,' garment of a mystical subli-
mity,' 737.

Petticoat government, 755.

Petticoat influence, 737.

Petty, Lord Henry (now Marquis of
Lansdowne), 385. 397. 429.

Phaedra and Hippolitus, 663.

Pharsalia, 303.

Phidias, 502.

Philanthropy, 23.

Phillips, Ambrose, his pastorals, 445.
Phillips, Charles, esq., barrister, 798
Philo-progcnitiveness, 721.
Philosophy, 610. 629. 4
Phyle, Fort, 25. 454.
Physicians, 707.
Pibroch, 390.

Pickersgill, Joshua, his Three Brothers,

300.

Picture, a,' is the past,' 752,
Pictures, 75G.

Pigot, Miss,' Lines to,' 400.

Pigot, Dr., 'Reply to some Verses

of, on the cruelty of his mistress,'

400.

Pillans, James, 429.
Pindar, 12. 636.
Pindemonte, Ippolito, 530.
Pindus. Mount, 21.
Pirams, 46.
Pirates, 91.
Pisse-vache, 49.
Pistol, 644.

Pitt, Right Hon. William, his additions
to our parliamentary tongue, 439.
His grave next that of Fox, 526. His
disinterestedness, 698. * Epitaph for,'

573.

Pitti Palace, 47.

Pizarro, 15. 529.

Plagiarism, 134. 283. CI 2, 613.

Plato, his lines on the tomb of Themls-
tocles, 62. His system of love, 601.
His Dialogues, 750. His reply to
Diogenes, 754.

Platonic love, 598. 601. 703.

Playhouse bill, origin of, 444. Pro-
priety of repealing it, 444.

Pleasure, 601, 602. 610. A stern moral-
ist, 635.

Pleasures of Hope, 433.

Pleasures of Memory, 433. 'Lines
written on a blank leaf of,' 552.

Pliinley, Peter (Rev. Sydney Smith), his
'Letters,' 757.

Plutarch's' Lives,'687. Mitford's abuse
of, 721.

'Po, Stanzas to the,' 571.

Poetry, present state of English, 80-1,
Nothing in, so difficult as u beginning,
640. 'Is a passion,' 651.

Poets, 502. 650. Amatory, 652. Duties
of, 692. The greatest living, 716.

Poggio, his exclamation on looking
down on Rome, 47.

Poland, 528. 709.

Polenta, Guido da, 505.

Polenta, Francesca da, 505.

Polidori, Dr., 803. 'Epistle from Mr.
Murray to," 569.

Polycrates, 637.

Polygamy, 665. 669. 093.

Pompcy, a hero, conqueror, and cuck-
old, 628. His statue, 51. 781.

Pope, 422. His Pastorals, 445. His Rape
of the Lock, 806. Harmony of his
versification, 806. His imagination, 806.
His character of Sporus, S06. List of
his disciples, 807. Systematic depre-
ciation of, 804.

Popular applause, C36.

Popular discontents, progress of, 669.

Popularity, 662.

Porphyry, 14.

Porson, Professor, 397. 557.

Portland (William Henry Cavendish),

third Duke of, 436.
Portugal, 1. 9.

Portuguese, the, characterised, 8.
Possession, 642.
Posterity, 592. 721.

Potemkln. Prince, 680. His character,
680. His instructions to Suwarrow
before the siege of Ismail, 681.

Fotlphar's wife, 663.

Pouqueville, M. de, 21. 655. Character

of his writings, 21.
Foussin, his picture of the deluge, 212.
Pratt, Samuel, 426. His ' Sympathy,'

426.
Prayer, 319.

'Prayer Op Nature/ 413.
Presle, dancer, 430.
Pretension, absence of, 744.
Prevtsa, 24.
Priam, 303.
Pride, 640. 723.

Prince Regent, 'A finished gentleman
from top to toe,' 726. 'Sonnet to,
on the repeal of Lord Edward Fitzge-
rald's Forfeiture,' 572. 'Lines to, on
his standing between the coffins of
Henry VIII. and Charles I,, 658.

Principles, the two, 332.

'Prisoner Op Chillon/ 138.

'Prologue delivered previously to the
performance of the WTheel of Fortune,
at a private theatre,' 398.

'Prometheus,' 565.

Prometheus of JEschylus, 602.

1 Prophecy Op Dante,* 495. Dedication
to Countess Guiccioli, 496.

Prophets, 739.

Protesilaus, 648.

Pruth, the river, 630.

Psyche, 701.

Public schools, 596. 610. Advantages
of, 596. Best adapted to the genius
and constitution of the English, &90.

Pulci, his 1 Morgante Maggiorc,' 482.
Sire of the half-serious rhyme, 641.

Puitowa, battle of, 154. 161.

Funs, 440.

Pye, Henry James, esq., 422. 523.

Pygmalion, statue of, 671. 701.

Pyramus and ThiBbe, 658.

Pyrrhic dance, G32. 637.

Pyrrho, the doubting philosopher, COS.

Pyrrhus, 533.

a

'Quaker, Lines to a beautiful,* 397.
Quaker, tenets of the, 16.
Quarrels of Authors, D'IsracM's, £00.
Quarterly Review, 009. Critical notes

from, passim.
Queens, generally prosperous in their

reigns, 708.
Quirini, Alvisc, 230.
4 Quite refreshing,' 692.

R.

Rage, woman's, 664.

Rainbow, 602. Description of a, 619.

'Ram Alley,' Barrey's comedy of, 458.

Ramazan, feast of, 22. 65.

Ranz des Vaches, 288.

Rape of the Lock. 806.

Raphael, his death, 149. His Transfi-
guration, 744.'

Rapp, American harmonist, 746.

Ravenna, 48. Its pine forest, 639. Battle
of, 650. Dante's tomb at, 650.

Ravenstone, 187.

Ready money, * is Aladdin's lamp,' 720.
Reason, 333. * Ne'er was hand In glove

with rhyme/ 703.
Red Sea, 623.
Refonnadoes, 705.

Refreshing, origin of the phrase, 508.

Reich stadt (Napol6on Francois Charles
Joseph), Duke of, 533. 756.

Relnagle, R. R , his chained eagle, ?.o.

1 Rejected Addresses,' Its happy Imita-
tion of Fltigerald, the small-beer
poet, 421.

Religious opinions, folly of prosecutions
for, GG7.

'remirks on the Romaic, or modern
Greek language, with Specimens and
Translations,* 792.

Rembrandt, 732.

'Remember him, whom passion's

power," 555.
'Remembrance/410.
1 Rbmikd me not, remind me not,' 540.
Remorse, 67. 366.
Renown, 690.
Rents, 532.
Repletion, 655.
Revenge, 498. 594.
Revolution, 689.

Reynolds, Frederick, dramatist, 430.

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, his sensations on
visiting the Vatican, 58. Ills charac-
ter of Michael Angelo, 502.

Rhine, 33, 34. 709.

Rhodes, 620.

Rhone, "the arrowy,* 36. Its colour,
136. 742.

Rhyme, its excellence over blank verse,

430. 806.
Rlalto, 146.

Ribas, Russian admiral, 680.

Rihaupierre, General, 691.

Rich, Claudius, esq., his Memoirs on

the Ruins of Babylon, 658.
Richards, Rev. Dr., his 'Aboriginal

Britons,' 435.
Richardson,' the vainest and luckiest of

authors,' 610.
Richelieu, Duke of, his humanity at the

siege of Ismail, 666. 686. 692.
Richmond Hill, 12.
Ridotto, description of, 150.
Rienii, 54.

Riga, the Greek patriot, 66. His Greek
war song, ' Aivn x«i< I .' and trans-
lation, 546.

Ring, the matrimonial, 703.

River that rollest by the ancient
walls,' 571.'

Roberts, Mr. (editor of the British Re-
view), 581. 608. 798.

Rochcfoucanlt, 40. 677.

Rogers, Samuel, esq., his ' Pleasures of
Memory,' 62. 88. 433. His ' Colum-
bus,' 62. Dedication of the ' Giaour'
to, 62. His ' Italy,' 280, 281. 292.
296, 237. 299. 800. His translation of
Zappi's sonnet on the statue of
Moses, 503.

1 Romaic, or modern Greek language,
remarks on, with specimens and
translations,' 792.

Romaic war song^, 546.

Romaic lore song, 546.

* Romance muy doloroso del Sitlo y

Toma de Alhama,' translated, 566.
'Romance,' Lines to, 401.
Roman Daughter, story of the, 57.
Rotnanclli, physician, 546. 762.
Rome described, 47. * The city of the

soul,' 50. The ' Nlobe of Nations,'

50. Sackage of, 500.
Romilly, Sir Samuel, 592. 718. 80S.
Romulus, temple of, 789.

Roncesvalles, 485. 711.

Rooms, large ones comfortless, 657.

Rosa Matilda, 432.

Roscoc's ' Leo the Tenth,* 118.

Rose, William Stewart, esq., his 1 Son-
net to Constantinople,' 25. His ' Ks-
say on Whist lecraft/ 144. His charac-
ter of Pindemonte, 530.

Rossini, 755.

Rothschild, Baron, 533. 719.
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, his ' Heloise,'

36. 39. 677. 741. His ' Confessions,'

36. 39.
Rubicon, 527.

Rumour,' a live gazette,' 744.
Rushton, Robert (the 'little page' In

Chllde Harold), 4.
Russia, 529.

s.

Sabbath in London, 12.

Sabelllcus, bis description of Venice, 42.

Sadness, 27.

Safety lamp. Sir Humphry Davy's, 602.

St. Angelo, castle of, 58. 313.

St. Bartholomew, flayed alive, 656.

St. Francis, his recipe for chastity, 669.

St. Helena, 527.

St. Peter's at Rome, 58. 509.

St. Sophia at Constantinople, not to be

compared with St. Paul's Cathedral,

653.

Salnte Palaye, M. de, 2.
Salamts, 64. 529. 637.
Sallust, 676.
Salvator Rosa, 732.
Santa Croce, 48.
Santa Maura, 20.
Sappho, 20. 595. 628.
Saragoza, sieges of, 10.
Saragoza, Maid of, 10. 529.
'Sardanapalus, a Tragedy,' 244.
Satanic school, 512, 513.
'Saul, Song of, before his last Battle,'
465.

Scaligers, tomb of the, 530.
Schaflliausen, fall of, 49.
Scamander, 648.
Scandal, 597. 607.
Schiller's Wallenstein, 591.
Schroepfer, 760.

Scimitars, Turkish, characters on, 84.
Sdplo Afrfcanus, 310.
Sclplos, tomb of the, 50. 778.
Scorpion, 67.
Scotland, 705.

Scott, Sir Walter, 316, 317. 423. 434.
445. 526. 705. 720. His • Lay of the
Last Minstrel,' 423. 434. 720. 74*.
His ' Marmion,' 135. His opinion of
'Don Juan,' 587. His * Demonology/
729. Critical notes by, passim.

Scriptures, 734.

Sea-attorney, 630.

Sea-coal fires, 732.

Sea-sickness, remedies for, 611.

Seale, Dr. John, his 'Greek Metres,*
385.

Sea-walls between the Adriatic and

Venice, inscription on, 756.
Seasons, Thomson's, would have been

better In rhyme, 806. Inferior to his

'Castle of Indolence,* 806.
S6gur, Count, his character of Prince

Potemkln, 680.
Self-love, 669. 702.
Scmiramls, 248. 658.

'Sennacherib, Destruction of,' 467.
Senses, duty of not trusting the, 736.
Seraglio, interior of, 675.
Serassi, his • Life of Tasso,' 477.
Sesostris, 526.

Sestos, 4 Lixes after swimming from,"
545.

Seven Towers, prison of the, 60S.

Seville, 9. 11. 592.

Sforza, Francesco, 381.

Sforza, Ludovico, 138.

Sgricci, Count, 776.

Shadwell, Sir Lancelot, 317.

Shadwell, Thomas, 439.

Shakspeare, his obligations to North'i
Plutarch, 613. Hi* infelicitous mar-
riage, 630.

Shaving, miseries of, 737.

'She walks In Beauty,' 463.

She-epistle described, 735.

Shee, Sir Martin (president of the
Royal Academy), his 'Rhymes <a
Art,' 434.

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, esq. 300. 513.

Shelley, Mrs., 300.

Sheridan, Right Hon. Richard Brins-
ley, 473, 474. 718. His * Critic' 79*

* Monody on the Death of,' 473. Hit
Lines on Waltilng, 459.

Sheridan, Thomas, esq., 430.
Sheridan, Mrs. Thomas, her 1 CanreB,'
430.

Shipwreck, description of a, 61 J—630.

Shooter's Hill, 711.

Shrecthorn, 36.

Siddons, Mrs., 196. 430. 553.

'Siege Of Corinth,' 120.

Sierra Morena, 10.

Sigeum, Cape, 647.

Sllenus, 306.

Simeon, Rev. Charles, 444.
Simond, M., 521.
Simoom, 65. 646.
Slmplon, the, 702.
Sinecures, 757.

Singing, merit of simplicity In. 649.7M
Sinking fund, 719.
Sisyphus, 742.

Skeflington, Sir Lumley, 430.
'Sketch, A,' 469.

'Skull, Lines inscribed upon s cup

formed from a,* 539.
Slaughter, 33.

Slave market at Constantinople, CS,
653.

Slavery of the great, 654,655-

Slecp. 623. 643. 756. Sir T. Brew's

encomium on, 643.
Smedley, Rev. Mr., his 'History d

the Two Foscari,* 790.
Smith, Horace, esq., his 'Horace to

London,'

Smith, Rev. Sydney, the reputed autfor
of * Peter Pliraley's Letters,'
His ' twelve-parson power.'7W. ^

* Peter Pith,' 757.

Smith, Mrs. Spencer, 543. Set ' Flo-
rence.'
Smoking, 168.

'So we *U go no more a rovrag.' 5®.

Society, 654. 724. 735. 7J3. 737. T4X

Socrates, 453. 303. 607. 677. 750.

Soignies, wood of ( remnant of the ftir«t
of Ardennes), 31.

Solano, governor of Calais, his trea-
chery, 14.

Solitary confinement, effects of, 2**-

Solitude, 19.38. 45. 60. SS8. 5*. 667- **-

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