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sion, ib.-bis compliment to his ci-devant
sionate phraseology, 47
Pin Money ; a Novel. By the authoress
of “ The Manners of the Day,” 430—
Miss Austin, ib.—a gambling scene, ib.
Annual. By Frederick Reynolds, 154
to the present time. By James Fletcher,
Miscellaneous Poems. By H. C. Deakin,
system of literature, ib.—the voice of
Quin, life of, 498
Paley's Moral and Political Philosophy
condensed, being vol. i. of an Epitome
vol. ii., 466
of reform laid before Parliament, ib.
the Times, 139
in the South of France, from the year
war in the Peninsula, ib.
By the author of Darnley, 418—Mr.
Raphoe, bishopric of, 480
the Royal Academy)
of the, 271-cumparative number of the
works of art in the present exhibition,
junior's “ Mischief,” ib.
cient and Modern Egypt
Sandford, life of, 498
By John Richard Best, 310
his Shipwreck, aod consequent discovery
after the manner of De Foe, 357.
Chaucer to Jonson ; with Biographical
Jonson to Beattie. By Dr. Aikius, 464
de Capell Brooke, 227_character of his
passage to Seville, 229—his excursion
Hall. Second series, 151
Origin and Progress of Architecture)
the French Revolution in 1799 to that of
Tales of Welshland and Welsherie. By
the Author of “ Reginald Trevor," 437.
forty years ago, ib.
diers at, 498
lation of the History and Antiquities of
the Doric Race)
Rev. Baptist Noel, (see Nichols's
(see the Exhibition of the Royal
Upper Ranks, Wedded Life in the, (see
Valpy, A. J., (see Paley's Evidences)
with an Outline of its Natural History.
neral extravagance, ib.
Inforination concerning the actual state
in Spain, 450
on Lord John Russell's motion for leave
No. 3, the Spy; a Tale
of the Pilot, 308
ries of the Family Cabinet Atlas)
tithe systeins compared)
Music, read in the University of Oxford,
tic Poem. By H. C. Deakin, 310
Architecture, to which is added a Dic-
Wakefield on the punishment of death in
the metropolis, 538
Walker, Dr. (see Cholera)
Wilkie, (see the Exhibition of the Royal
respondence of Sir Thomas Lawrence)
Wilmot, Mr. Eardley, (see Nichols's Ilus-
Wife and Friends, and the Married Woffington, Mrs., life of, 501
Wollaston Medal, 157
Wordsworth, selections from bis poems,
The Gardens and Mena.
the superintendence of the Secretary and
Vice-secretary of the Society, 465