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volumes all a summer's day you may man is as different as may be from seek without finding among the works ! that of the other-agreeing, however, of " our Young Poets.” People do in this, that each exhibits bone and not call Lockhart and Macaulay poets muscle sufficient, if equitably distribuat all—for both have acquired an in- ted among ten“ Young Poets," to set veterate habit of writing prose in pre- them up among the “ rural villages ference to verse, and first-rate prose as strong men, who might even occatoo; but then the genius of the one sionally exhibit in booths as giants.
INDEX TO VOL. LII.
ABEKEN's Cicero, strictures on, 4, 6. Christian Pilgrim, a Poem, by Edmund
Cicero, 1-importance of his era, ib.
and of himself, 4-errors of Middleton
regarding, ib.-his conduct as governor
foresees the fall of Pompey, 14—his
inconsistency, 16-lessons tanght by
his history, 19.
for the, 155.
Confucius, sentences of, from Schiller, 589.
Dance, the, from Schiller, 297.
Chap. II. 595-Chap. III. 600.
Dickens's American Notes for General
Dithyramb, from Schiller, 581.
Don Carlos, the last days of, 498.
tion and Events in, 100-proposal and 498,
scheme for its colonization, 155. Duel, the, an incident of the Carlist war,
35— Part VI, Friends and Relations, Early Reading, Recollections of, a Psy-
of, Part III. the Betrayal, 75.
Elopement, the, an adventure in Old
Exhibitions, the Royal Academy's, 23
Europe, Alison's History of, during the
Evening, from the German of Schiller, 296. Income Tax Act, defence of the, 146.
of the state of, 100.
Italy, Sketches of, Part V. Verona, 159–
the Open Theatre, ib.—the Amphi-
madhouse, 491_ambassador's party at, Vicenza and Palladio, 163—Mantua,
164, Modena, 165– Ferrara, 166-
Tasso's prison, 169—the Duke of Mo-
tina, 173—the Circus Maximus, 174-
386 – Fall of the Roman Empire; den, 175--Part VIII. Florence, 485–
Jamitson's Scottish Dictionary, review of,
Jesuits at Rome, the, 404.
Journal of a Tour in Greece, by William
Mure of Caldwell, review of, 120.
Khonds, manners and habits of the, 177.
Knight of Toggenburg, the, from Schiller,
Knights of John, the, from Schiller,
Landor, Walter Savage, Imaginary Con.
volution, by Archibald Alison, Vol. X, Lay of the League, a, 640.
Lay of the Mountains, the, from Schiller,
Lays of Ancient Rome, by T. B. Macau-
Sketcher. Hymn to Mars, 139--to League's Revenge, the, 542.
1.--to Hermes, Light and Colour, from iller, 453
and Warmth, from the same, 455.
the Stomachs of London, 89-a Mir-
Macaulay's Lays of Ancient Rome, re.
Sketcher, 139, 154. See Homer. Macbeth, Critique on, 368.
Merivale on Colonies and Colonization, Poetry, Lines upon Letters, by B. Sim.
mons, 73 - Translations of Homer's
the Income Tax, 235 — the Norman
Ballads of Schiller, translated, Part I.
285_Part II. 446 - Part III. 569-
Part IV. 751—the Doom of the Mir-
ror, by B. Simmons, 397-two scenes in
a Lay of the League, 640-_ Verses
written after a Pilgrimage to the Grave
ings, 662-Sculpture, 663–Egyptiaca, Pope's Benediction, the, 406.
Punch Song, from Schiller, 760-the
same to be sung in the North, ib.
new, 656-more dealers, ib.--the mu. Reade's Record of the Pyramids, review of.
Basque Provinces in 1836-7, 200-
ib.-its Circus Maximus, 174-Univer guese Troops and Military Punishment,
202–Garrison Tertulias, 204- Part
23, 319-in the British Institution, Princesa, 379-a Duel, 380---Plunder
and Pillage, 381- Part III. the last
days of Don Carlos, 498.- Village Fêtes
and Diversions of the Basques, 499-an
- prospects at its opening, ib.-policy 502.
on Colonies, 206- Poems on Palestine,
X., 419–Reynolds's Discourses, by Bur-
783— Macaulay's Lays of Ancient Rome,
Revolt of the Workers, the, 612.
Ricardo Made Easy; or, What is the Ra-
343-on rent, 319- Part II. 457- on
the rent of mines, ib. — profiis and
effects of accumulation on profits and
Riots, review of the, 410.
Riply Hall, a tale, 470_Chap. II. 474– Sketcher, the, Translations of Homer's
Hymns by, 139, 154.
“ Te Deum," and our tædium, 404– Vicenza and Palladio, 163-Mantua,
Part VIII. Florence, 485. - Part IX.
Smith, Adam, comparison of, with Ricardo,
lated, No. J. introduction, 285 — the 718.
-Kant and his interpreters, ib. No. Value, Exposition of, 343.
Wisdom and Prudence, from Schiller,
World of London, the, Part XIII.
Walking the Hospitals, 85– Funerals,
Mirror of Magistrates, 92–Westmin-
Xenophon, Two Scenes in the Life of, by
B. Simmons, Scene I. 400--11. 402
Doom of the Mirror by, 397-Two Youth by the Brook, from Schiller, 752.
END OF VOL. LII.
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