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of his Highness's family. Prince Frederick planted a tree on the grave. No druins were beating, no sermon was pronounced, no cannons were fired, no bells were tolled.

One of the greatest prodigies at present in this kingdom is Mr. Samuel Lambert, of Leicester, who is of the enormous weight of forty-six stone twelve pounds, which is about half a hundred weight heavier than the famous Bright, of Malden, in Essex, who had seven men buttoned up in his waistcoat. Mr. Lambert is very active in all the sports us he field, and noted as a very famous feeder of cocks.

BIRTHS.

of a son.

At Camberwell, the Right Hon. Lady C. Barham of a son. In Grosvenorsquare, the Duchess of Beaufort, of a son. At the Earl of Derby's, Lady Stanley of a daughter. Lady G. Morpeth of a daughter. In St. James's-square, the Countess of Bristol, of a daughter. . At Puckington, near Coventry, Lady Aylesford, of a son. In Bedford-square, the Lady of J. Langham, Esq. M. P.

At Sutton College, near Winchester, the Lady of T. Ridge, Esq. M. P. of a son.

MARRIED, In Grosvenor-square, Lord King, to Lady H. Portescue. At Ashford, Sir William Darley, to Miss Hodges, of Hempstead, in the county of Kent. At Tiverton, Sir J. Duntze, Bart. to Miss D. Carew of Tiverton Castle. The Hon. Lieut, Col. De Grey, to Miss Methneu. At Knutsford, the Hon. W. G. Moncktun, to Miss Handfield. In Arlington-street, W. Tennant, Esq. of Aston Hall, Staffordshire, to the Hon. C. Pelham. At Newington, R. Sayo marez, Esq. to Mrs. Hetherington,

DIED, In Brook street, Bath, General (Masscy) Lord Clarina, aged 87; a brave, an honourable, and an honest man. In the year 1745, he was wounded at the hattle of Culloden; was at the head of the grenadiers who stormed and took the Havannah, where he was again wounded; also at the taking of Martinico. Lord Clarina was one of the last of General Wolfe's companions. He is suc'ceeded in his titles by his son, Colonel Massey, of the Enniskillen regiment. Viscountess Folkestone, only child of the late Earl of Lincoln. At Windsor, Mrs. Rainsbottom. In Queenhithe, much regretted by her friends, Mrs. Harding, wife of Mr. Harding. At Malta, Lady G. Stewart. At Fulham, C. Parker, Esq. Vice-Admiral of the Red, and son of Sir P. Parker, Admiral.of · the Fleet. At Bath, Viscountess Hampden, after a lingering indisposition of many months. In Charles-street, Berkeley.square, General Marsh. At Bath, the Hon, and Rev. R. Cholmondeley. At Lewes, Sir F. Poole, Bart. At Wrotham, Lady M. Moore. Mr. J. Wheeler, of Hammersmith, forinerly of the Drury Lane company, and for some years manager of the Portsmouth theatre. At Bath, General Conway. At Coombank, Viscountess Curzon, In a fit of apoplexy, J. Heseltine, Esq. of Bedford-square, the King's Proctor, At Hutton, D. Campbell, Esq. of Barbreck.

TO

THE SEVENTEENTH YOLUME.

PROSE.

Arts, the

.......

re-

Mr:

290, 362

293 Military Dress,

238

Milton's Il Pensero, 105
Biograpical Sketch of Mr. Monks, the benefit they have
Cherry, ........

219 rendered to society, 307
Mr. Collins,

76 Musical Publications
Sir F. Bourgeois,
147 viewed,

135
Sir Ji Mackintosh, 217 Myself, Essay on, 233
Dowton,
***** ....***

291
Brutes, their Sagacity, 35, 243 Petits-Maitres,

296

Planet, on the supposed new, 382
Calendar Holidays,
94 | Plantagenet,

80
Chalmers and Junius, 123 Popularity, .....

23
Christmas,

11 Popular Superstitions and
Correspondence, 74, 146, 216 Customs, 158, 238, 302, 378

Preface to Vol. xvii.

4
Cowperiana, No. I. 369

Randoph's Field.

297
Domnestic Events, 70, 137, 208 Reflections during an illness 312

281, 355, 425
Roman Letters,

17, 148
Dreams, extraordinary, ...... 5 Royal Academy, Exhibition

of, 1804,
Freemasonry, its origin, .... 20 Royal Correspondence res-

pecting the Prince of
Grammar and Languages, .. 161 Wales's Military Rank, 61
Greek Religion,

122

Scolding, important inedical
Horne Tooke's Diversions of

Communication on that
Purley,

371
Disease,

155

Select Sentences, 21,96, 169, 247
Ireland,
92

310, 393

Speech delivered in a De-
King's College Chapel, 20 bating Society,

373
Knighthood, its origin, 79 Spider, Garden, Remarks on

it,

9, 81, 84
Lee, Sir Henry, and his Dog, 19

Vanity,
Mahometan Religion, 88
Metropolis. Improvements War, Essay on,

301
wanted therein,

151 Welsh Ode to the Wind, 244

....... 293

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REVIEW.

401

Accurate Historical Account Ellis's Specimens of the ear-
of the Orders of Knight-

ly Eng. Poets,

322
hood,

405
Adolphus's Hist. of France, 125 Familiar Epistles to Mr.

170 Jones,

on the Irish
Alley's Judge, ....
262 Stage,

311
Amphlett's Invasion, 34 Fontaine's Henrietta Bell-
Anderson's Life of Sinollet, 102 man,

400
Answer to Familiar Epistles

Fosbrooke's British Mona-
to F. J-s, Esq. 396 chism,

403
Anti-gallican,

110 | Franklin's Counterfeit, 266
Apology for the Conduct of Friend's Evening Amuse-
the Gordons,

ments,

262
Barns'two Fast Sermons, ... 34 Gifford's Supplement to an
Barry's Sermon for the Hu-

Examination of the Cri-
mane Society,
265 tical Reviewers,

316
Bentley's Royal Penitent, 187 Gillies's (Dr.) Translation of
Best's Royal Soldier, 34 Aristotle's Ethics and Po-
Betham's Biog. Dict. of Wo-

etics,

258
men,

103

Gilliland's Dramatic Synop-
Bloomfield's Good Tidings, 385 sis,

405
Boccaccio's Decameron, new Gooch's (Mrs.) Sherwood
Edition,
183 Forest,

399
Bonaparte in the W. Indies, 35 Godwin's Life of Chaucer, 253
Brayley's &c. Syr Reginalde, 110 Green on the Drama, 41
British Drama, 8vo. Ed..... 327

Highley's (Miss) Galatea, 325
Carey's Pleasures of Nature, 110 Hoare's Academic Corres-
Carr's Speech to the Inhabi- pondence, 1803, 114
tants of Totness, 111

Fury of Discord, 113 Jones's Invocation to E. Quin,
Stranger in France, ... 180 Esq.

176
Citizen's Daughter,

401
Clapham's Sermons, 35 Kembliana,

186
Craig's Wreath for the Brow
of Youth.

179 Laggan's (Mrs.) Poems, ...... 189
Cumberland's Sailor's

Latin Dialogue's,

185
Daughter,

328 Lane's Student's Guide, 322

Le Noir's (Mrs.) Village
Dialogues of the Dead, two Anecdotes,
new ones,

321 Letters of Advice from a
Dibdin's Valentine and Or-

Mother to her son,

262
son,

328

Maclean's Excursion in
Éarl of Chatham's Letters to France,

402
his Nephew,

391 Magens on Money, ...... 321

.............

175

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36

Man in the Moon,

321 | Spencer's World of Wit, ..... 259
Marsh's Juvenal,

313 Spirit of the Public Jour-

nals for 1803, ..... 261
Ņare's Benefits of Wisdom, 404 St. Clair,

33
Nugæ Antiquæ, new Ed. by Swiftiana,

ib,
Mr. Park,

249
Parke's Poems, ................. 261 Taplin's Sporting Dict. 183
Peguenard's Zoflora, 400 Teinple of the Fairies,
Penfold's Sermon,

101
Todd's Sermon,

37
Percival's Reply to Thirlwall,

Theatric Tourist,

266
on the Royalty Theatre, 328 Thespiad, a Poem,

319
Poesie Liriche,

39 Thirlwall, on the Royalty
Poetical Magazine, 31, 321

Theatre,

41
Register, for 1802, 97 Thompson's Recal of Mo-
Preston's Argonautics of A.

mus,

397
Rhodius,

34
Public Characters for 1803-4, 261

Valpey’s (Dr.) Sermon for
Rassurez-vous,

325 the Humane Society, 4th
Repton's Odd Whims and

Ed. ....

36%
Miscellanies,

390 Vindication of the five sus-
Reynolds's Caravan, 115

pended R. A's

105
Robinson's (Miss) Wild
Wreath,

321

Warren's Beneficence, 262
Sarratt's Life of Bonaparte, 179 White's Fast Sermon,
Scolfield's Bible Stories, . Whitfield's Christmas Holi-
Sermon on the Death of Dr.

days,

111
Priestley,

321 Picture from Life, 177, 259
Sewell's (Mrs.) Poems, 35 Letters from Satan to
Slave Trade, Statement of

Bonaparte,

186
the Question concerning Works of Richard Owen
the Abolition of, 395 Cambridge,....

402

41

35

STAGE.
Cinderella,

55 Ghost of Banquo,

............... 188
Counterfeit,

200

Henry IV. Part II. revived, 131
Dramatie Essayist-
No. viii. Greek Stage, ... 166 Introduction to Mr. Sey-
ix. French and Ital.

mour's Notes on Shaks-
Stages, 267 peare,

329
x. English Tragedy 336
xi. Comedy, 409 King John,

120
Dog and the Slipper, &c. 118

Memoranda Dramatica-
English Fleet,

56 Drury-Lane, ..... 55, 129, 200

Covent-Garden, 56, 131, 201 Edinburgh, 275, 401
Hay-Market,
351 Newcastle,

277, 419
Circus, ... 201, 274, 352, 418 Canterbury,

280
Astley's, 202, 274, 352, 418 Feversham,

ib.
Sadler's Wells, 273, 418

Coventry,

...................... 419
Modern Drama,
189 Glasgow,

422
Paragraph,

201 Remarks on the Scenery of
Prelude by Foote,

a Bold Stroke for a Hus-
Provincial Drama-

hand, ...

42
Wolverhampton, 57, 203, 204 on the Philoctetes of
274 Sophocles,

334
Boston, (America) 58 Sailor's Daughter,

272
Lewes,

59 Seymour's Notes on Shaks-
Norwich,

59, 420
peare,

51, 122, 191
Liverpool, .............. 134, 277 Shylock, Remarks on the
Sheffield,

202

Character of, ....... 406
Bath,

204
Soldier's Daughter,

129
Brighton,

205, 357

Theatrical Chit-Chat, 352
Manchester,
............ 205, 493

Valentine and Orson,
Andover,

206
Plymouth, 206, 418

Westminster Play,

60
--Dock,

206

Will for the Deed................. 272

t......... 273

54

POETRY.
Address to Bony, in Imita- Ode for the Birth-Day of
tion of Cowper's Mary, 53 Thompson,

319
to the Nymph of the Parody on Miss Baily, 133

Fountain of Tears, 192 Patriotic Address spoken by
Apostrophe to England,

Mrs. Litchfield,

413
Concealment, ......................... 414

Priest and the Prisoner, 125
Delia's Grave,

415
Romance, .........

199
Discontent and Ilope,
194 Shipwrecked Boy,

345
Distrest Poet,
199 Song,

417, 124
Edwin,
346 Sonnet,

55
Elegy, ............

128

translated from Pe-
on the Death of James

trarch,

52
Hare, Esq. M. P:

to the Author of the
Lines to the Memory of

Farmer's Boy, .....

124
Mrs. Holdsworth, .......... 129

on the Petrarcan
occasioned by the

Model,

192
Death of Lt. Jones, ....... 196 to a Pot of Porter, 197
to Hebe,
198 to April,

270
to Miss De C..............

ib, to Prince Hoare, Esq. ib.
on the Eyes, 271 Spectacles, or Helps to read 416
Ode to the Memory of Sylphid,

343
Burns,
340 | Traveller,

195

........... 271

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