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Drake's Shakspeare and his times 9, 44 Irishwoman, a comedy

397
Dundas, anecdotes of
324 Irish manners and customs

449
Duke of Marlborough
396 Isle of Wight, its beauties

396
Italian Bee, No. IV.

380
Effectual cure for the Hydrophobia 481
Elements, a pantomime

233 Japan, account of, by Golownin
Election anecdote

21, 52, 108

420 Jackson, Jude, her death
Eldred, mr. his death

487 Journal of a tour in England 210, 272, 343,
Emperor Augustus and old man

349
Encyclopedia Metropolitana

385, 414, 465

160
Epitaphs

Joseph II. anecdote of

237
114, 142, 43. Johnson, dr. anecdotes of
Erskine, col.

267, 323
486 Juliet's tomb at Verona

1
Etymology of Eve

474
Extraordinary sentence

Kaleidoscope

918
False Judgment

179
Kew, Richard, his death

487
Fanning, gen. Edmund, his death 488 Kotzebue's embassy to Persia 133, 341
Fasting woman of Disongin

268
Fazio, new tragedy
112 Lady, origin of the word

55
Female intrepidity

57, 288 Lawyer's Portfolio 103, 179, 205, 283, 387,424,
Feudal system
435

441
Fine arts in London
40 Lancasterian schools

319
Field of Borodino
73 Lammas-day

353
Fitch's steam-boat
326 Learved Women

55
Flowers preserved in hot water S98 L'Ape Italiana, No. III.

88
Florence, Rome, and Naples
93 Leyden's travels in Africa

121
Fox, anecdotes of
324 Letter of M. Colbert to his son

209
Fothergill, anecdote of
924 Letter from a prisoner

459
Food, animal and vegetable
171 Lear delineated

321
Fool-hardiness

485 Lettsom, Pettigrew's memoirs of 323
Foliage, by Leigh Hant
201 Light poet, description of a

116
Franklin Nianuscripts 303, S28, 374 Lithography

433
-, anecdotes of
327 Linnæus' last years

379
French method of dispersing hailstorms 319

-, anecdote of

383
Loudon burnt

430
Gaelic anecdotes
140 London paragraphs

397, 481
Gasconades
156 London literary intelligence

38, 120
Garput in music
436 Loungers of the 16th century

19
Caspar Stoeri
281 Longevity

488
German tourist in England
115 Lunatic asylum in Lancashire

216
George III. anecdote of

324 Lucien Buonaparte, memoirs of 406,452
Gipsies, anecdotes of

163
Gipsy's prophecy

251 Mansion-houses in Shakspeare's time 9
Gibraltar

436 May-day
Glaciers of Greenland

139 Mary's dream, account of the song of 95
Golownin's narrative in Japas 21, 52, 108 Manners of the Tonga islanders

368
Goat, remarkable attachment of a 26 Mahomet's probibition of wine

394
Goethe's description of the bay of Naples 48 Magnetic needle

200
Godoi, don Manuel
221 Man of Ross

236
Godwin, William
349 Mary of England began to reign

274
Golden 'Typography
432 Maternal tenderness

73
Greenland describid
213, 255 Marriages

487
Memoirs of Franklin, noticed

303
Handel's harmonious blacksmith 132 Mendicant Ingenuity

71
Hlall's travels in Canada
409 Memorabilia

73
Harp of the desert

421 More, Hannah
Iler, the
205 Modern herinit

484
Hermit in London, No. I.
455 Moon-struck madness

356
Hill of caves, notice of
161 Moore, Thomas, his character

401
High house
56 Monkaus sagacity of smell

434
Holy city, its present state
426, 457 Monuments to Bruce, &c.

474
Holy cross

431 Mont Cervin, a jeu d'

zit

60
Lloraco's villa
374 Mount Etna, recent jou dey to

71
Hosses, laineness cared
39 Monticello in Europe

158
How to look for lost property
79 Murder, remarkable discovery of

197
Hunholdt's narrative
253, 335 Munificence

487
Hundred wonders of the world

397
Ilydrophobia, effectual cure for 481 Nativity of the Virgin Mary

430
Natural son

283
Iramountains, leebergs, &c.

289 Naturalist's Diary, April 75, May 151,
Insanity, technical terms of

356 June 233, July 313, August 389, Sept. 475
Inquisition, account of

241 Naples, Rome, and Florence in 1817 93
Indian Jugglers, death of one
28 Name of Jesus

353
Invention of the cross
98 Neaie's Travels

230, 294
Incombu-t ble man
461 Necker's life, noticed

305
Invisible writing, how made
137 New comet

73
Bacledon, avecitose of
190 Nervous face-ache

485

10, 97

277

INDEX

275

Printing press,

Night thoughts, query on
190 Saint Margaret

275
Nicomede

193

James
Noses, artificial
157 Lawrence

353
Northero expedition
171, 213, 289 Bartholomew

355
Giles

430
Obituary, with anecdotes of remarkable

Michael

431
persons

487 Sagacity of a greyhound and pointer 499
old moralities

72 Scoresby's voyage to the North Pole 219,99
Oliver Goldsmith died

29 Scenes and scraps at Sadler's wells 293
Origin of writing

435 Scott, Walter, his poetical character 401
Origin of the word lady
55 Search, a poem

70
Origin of Handel's barmonious blacksmith 132 Sea monster

98
Origin of signs of inds 260, 293, 339, 412 Seal, its habits

181, 188
Ossian, his poems authentic
423 Shakspeare's Lear

321

house, jug, grare, idolatry
Paul the Asiatic bunter

43 Shakspeare born and died
Parliamentary anecdote

187 Shakspeare's time delineated by dr. Drake 9
Parisian anecdotes
482 Shepherd's dog, anecdotes of

265
Pananti's
captivity in Algiers 128, 165, 369 Shower of red rain

73
Petrarch died
274 Singular coincidence

431
Philips, J. his death
488 Siege of Corinth

436
Picturesque description of the bay of Naples 48 Signs of ions

260
Picture of Greenland
255 Singular advice

187
Pitt, anecdote of
324 Simmons, Caroline

193
Picturesque voyage round G. Britain 361 Solomon's temple visited

457
Plagiarisms of lord Byron
196,392 South America, Humboldt's

953, 335
Platoff, general count
482 Sporting on the water

486
Poet Laureate
71 Spanish Widow

916
Poisoning by opium
485 staffordshire potteries

101
Poor Jack
56 Sturdy author

116
Poetry, in what consists its essence 8 Stael's, mad.de,work on French revolution 150
Polar ice

235 Stael, inadame de, portrait of
Pope's Homer

393 Stack house, the Esquimaux indian 395
Potatoes, experiment upon
39 Statue of Memnon, &c.

484
latest invention
40 Superstitions

157
Prince of the peace, life of
221 Superstition of Gustavus III.

82
Pride of ancestry

395 Swedenborgians
Profits of Walter Scott's novels
997 Swedish apparition

185
Present state of Parnassus

69 Sweden, letters on
Proofs of affection
183 Sympathetic ink, how made

137
Prosser, mrs. ber death

487
Puns
69 Tales, on

990

Taste, on
Quarrelton coal-pit
482 Taylor, Isabel, her death

487
Tea, observations on the effect of

187
Raithby, John, his death
488 Titi ape, description of

184
Ramirez, a poem, notice of
250 Tigers, Aincrican

995
Rendlesham, lord

296 Time's Telescope, for April 29, May 97,
Religious martyr

54 June 193, July 274, Aug. 352, Sepi, 429
Revolutionary monument
485 Tic doloureux

489
Reid, John, his death

488 Tomb of Juliet at Verona
Revolt of Islam, notice of

120 Tour in England, by the archdukes 210, 272
Rhododaphne, notice of

176

S43, 385, 414, 46,5
Rob Roy Macgregor, a play

232 Translations, on
Ross, mrs. her intrepidity
289 Transfiguration

S53
Rousseau, anecdote of
39+ Triumph of charity, a painting

384
Rowe, the poet, anecdote of

895 Traostations, ridicolous
Roman cement

416 Turkey, Walpole's nemoirs of 86, 14.4
Rob Roy, review of the novel
5 Tuckey's narrative, notice of

197
Rogation Sunday
Rome, Naples and Florence in 1817 93 Cseful discovery
Russian embassy to Persia

133, 311
Rumford, count

355 Verbal blunder
Visit to force's villa

374
Sadler's aërial voyage
41 Vines, queries on

190
Sandy Fraser
4+1 Vienna, curiosities in

220
Samor, a poem
435 Visitation B. V. Mary

274
Saint Ambrose

29 Visier Ally
Dominic

30 Voyages to the north pole 38,171, 289
George

30
Boniface
h 193 Wanderer

111, 113
Mark
31 Walpole's memoirs of Torkey

86, 144
Philip, and St. James the lese 97 Walk thro' Switzerland

282
Barnabas
194 Washington, anecdote of

3:9
- Alban
194 Watson, capt. his deaih

487
John the baptist
194 Welsh weddings

219
Peter
196 Wedgewood's poitcrins &c.

101
Swithin
274 Whit-monday and Day

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Whit-sunday, its celebration

98 Writing, visible and invisible, how made. 137 Wife in the water 349 Wreckers of Coombe-Martin

362 Wind of balls

51 Witches 468 Yahoo anecdote

157 Wonderers and wonders

416, 472 Woods, John, his death 488 Zuma, a drama

292 Wounded soldier, extraordinary case of 184

POETRY.

199 Pity

16) Rose

Address to the Bamffshire club
280 Lady's Kaleidoscope

439 Anacreontic, to the rose

117 Angels from your blissful seats

439
Nature

199 Ballad Fragment

398
Ocean's calm

360 Ballad by Walter Scott

199
Ode to the dead in Waterloo

160 Ballad 119 Phelan and Susan

78 Beneficence

399 Beppo, by lord Byron 306 Poetic feeling

78 Blighted Rosebud 193 Portrait of a living poet

119 Bride's Dirge 77 Portrait, by mrs. Rolls

159 Chinese poem

186
Power of beauty

240 Chapel of the isle

439 Prayer during battle

238 Constant Love

178

Princess Charlotte, lines on her death 27
Prophet's scymetar

158 Death of Calliroe

177 Death of the felon 279 Queen of Prussia

118 Dirge of a highland chief

37 Donald Caird 199 Rhododaphne, extracts from

440 Druid's shrine

479 Elegy, by James Ilogg 198 Sensitive plant and nettle

498 Lifin arrow 198 Sketch from a painting

119 Epigram 80 Soldier's widow, by Hogg

437 Epilogue, spoken on an ass 479 Solemn Thought

479 Evening bours, a poem 79 Sonnet, by lord Thurlow

198 Extract----By living streams, in sylvan

Sonnets

35, 280, 350 piades

360
Sonnet to Walter Scott

400 Sonnet by Körner

478 Fragment 35 Song on the northern expedition

479 Fivuot vet

400 Song---O turn again that bonny brow 359 Festival of Xauruz 77 Song---Men and boys, by Körner

399 Genius, to

320 79

Song of rescue for a prisoner of war

Song--- sweet is the face of the dew. Ilighlander's return 359 spangled morn

400 ligıland husband's gift 478 Song, by lord Byron

437 Horses of Lysippus 37 Spanish song

320

117 Tnvisible cap

Stanzas to Jessy, by lord Byron 359 Stanzas on the spring

118 Julia 437 Stanzas to May

152 Sianzas for music

400 Lines, by Curran 68 Suicide

478 Lines on reading Lalla Rookh

90 Lincon Buros 117 Temple of love, description of

177 Lines on reading logo's poems

480 The wild-woud songs I send thee lere 400 Lines'y rv. W. L. Bowles 480 Translation from Horace,

118 Lices onsreing a tomb-stone of a young Twittering tenant of the sky

476 nian who died with a broken heart 159 Lipes on the interment of an infant 160 Uriel, lines on Alston's painting

35 278 Vartie, John, lines in his cell

72 Maid of Athens! ere we part. Byron 458 Vanity of human plans

178 unty in heaven

275 Dirk yonder current's noisy course 3.19 Wish

36 dius Rose 279 Worm, lines by Edmeston

70 soon of Harvest, I dolore 475 Woman

360, 393 My fairy

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From the Literary Gazette. MR. EDITOR, Verona, September 10, 1817. posed to be dead, is shown to the

curious. Since the Duchess of Par. THE number of foreigners who visit

: ma paid a visit to Juliet's tomb fast ed this city last year was very great, year, the goldsmiths bere have hit in consequence of which the taverns are

on the happy idea of setting small now more numerous and better regulated.

fragments in gold rings, which fiosd many In the Cathedral and in the Church of St. Giorgio, the masterpieces of Titian fish, in honour of Shakspeare.

purchasers, particularly among ibe Eng and Paul Veronese, which have been

I inclose, for the gratification of your brought back from Paris, are again seen readers, a sketch of the sarcophagus, in their old places. It is now the lash- which, from time immemorial, bas been ion here for travellers to visit the monu- shown at the tomb of Juliet. Any thing ments and the ruined church, in which

connected with the genius of Shakspeare, tradition lays the scene and the catas- will, I am persuaded, be acceptable to trophe of the variously-told story of Ro- the majority of your readers. 1 believe meo and Juliet. Near the Giucodi, it is pretty well ascertained, that the imPallong, before the Porta de' Borsari, in mortal poet took the hint for bis tragedy a garden, a stone sarcophagus, said to from the work of Girolamo della Corte, bave contained Juliet when she was sup- a Veronese gentleman, who published a

ATBENEOM. Vol. 3.

B

Tomb of Romeo and Juliet at Verona.

(VOL 3. history of his native city, A. D. 1594, meo was asked to dance by a young woand consequently in the time of Shak- man, who presently left him, after danspeare. I shall translate, as faithfully as cing + with him for a short time. He then I am able, whis pas stated therein, relative asked Juliet to dance, (for so was called to the loves of Romeo and Juliet ; for I the young lady of whom he was enawas fortunate enough to procure the work moured): she was engaged to another of Della Corte. He says*

partner, but as soon as she felt the hand “ Io the year 1303, Signor Bar- of her lover, she said, blessed be your tolomeo was mayor of the city, under arrival !' And he, pressing her hand, rewhom occurred in Verona the catastrophe plied, ' what blessing is this which you of two unfortunate lovers, which had its bestow on me, fair lady?' She, smiling, origin in the long and bloody enmities answered, wonder not, gentleman, that that subsisted between two opuleut and I bless your arrival, for I have been alnoble farnilies, the Montecchi and Capel- most frozen by M. Marcurio, aod you letti, many of whom were slain on one are come to warm me with your courteand other side; and notwithstanding that ous manners.' ('The youth, whom she Signor Alberto had given himself much had been dancing with, was so called, trouble to bring about a reconciliation, and much beloved by all; but he had he never could effect it, so inveterate was hands as cold as ice.) Romeo replied, their mutual animosity. Signor Barto- 'such as I am, fair lady, I am devoted to lomeo nevertheless had so far quelled it, you;' and with these words the dance as to put an end to the duels and quar- ended. Juliet could only sigh in return, rels, which took place in the streets; the and reply, you are my better balf!' Royoung men gave way, and saluted the old meo, as he left the assembly, found from of either party, whom they might chance one of his friends, that this young lady to meet, who also returned the salutation. was the daughter of M. Antonio CaIt being the carnival, and the balls and pelletto ; while she discovered from her masquerades having begun, M. Antonio nurse, that he was Romeo Montecchio; Capelletto, being at the head of his fac. which, when she heard, she was very sad, tion, gave a splendid entertainment, at despairing to win him, on account of the which were present many ladies and gen- jealousies which subsisted between the tlemen; among them was one Romeo two families. A few days afterwards it Montecchio, the handsomest and best happened that Romeo, going along a cermannered gentleman then in Verona ; be tain street, where he often walked for the was between twenty and twenty-one sake of seeing Juliet, whose windows coryears of age, and came there with some responded with those of her lover, that other young men in masks. After re. she recognized him, by a sneeze, or some maioing some time with his mask on his other signal which he made, and as it face, he took it off, and seated bimself in was moonlight, she was as easily seen by a corner, whence he saw the entertain- him. They interchanged vows of mutual ment, and could be easily seen himself by affection; and they finally determined to all present. All the company wondered marry, happen what might. To bring the why he should thus set himself apart from consummation of their wishes about, they the amusements; since, however, he was had recourse to Father Lonardo of Rega well-bred young gentleman, his ene- gio, belonging to the order of the Minors mies did not put him in mind how he of St. Francis, who, it was agreed, should ought to behave; which they probably advise Romeo respecting the match. would have done had be been older. This friar was a master in Theology, a Stationed as he was there, the most beau- great Philosopher, Chernist, and Astroltiful young woman beyond compare pre- oger. He was confessor of Juliet, as sent caught his eyes, and he having well as of her mother, and often on that caught her's at the same time, they both account visited their house; he also was felt a mutual and violent attachment. confessor to the Montecchi, and to many During the festival, they did nothing but of the inhabitants of Verona. Romeo eye each other tenderly: the banquet fi- having arranged the whole business with nished ; and the ball having begun, Ro. the father, the latter agreed to consum• Storia di Verona, lib. 10. p. 589.

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