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Review.
Adolphus's Hist. of England, 25, Home's Hist. of the Rebel-

105
lion, 1745,

32
Aikin's (Dr.) Ed. of the Houlton's Letter on the Lot-
Poets,
41 tery,

104
Alderson (Dr.) on the Im Infidel and Christian Philo-
provement
of poor Soils, 104 sophers,

103
Anderson's (Dr.) Poetical Interesting Anecdotes of the
Works of R. Blair, 175

heroic Conduct of Wo-
Anspach's (Marg. of) Sol-

men, during the French
dier of Dierenstein, 249

Revolution,

188
Baillie's (Miss) Series of Kett's Elements of General
Plays,

258

Knowledge,
Ballade on the Feastynge,

Kollmann's Vindication of
&c. of Easter Maunday, 35

his Thorough Bass ....., 403
Belsham's Rem.

on the

Kotzebüe's Guardian Angel 187
Peace, ...

330

Dramatic Works, by
Bowles's Rem, on Modern

Thomson,

259
Female Manners, 329 Lancaster Electioneering Pa-
Carr's Sermon to the Odd

pers.

108
Fellows,

Life of Hannah More,

115
Cartwright's Sermon preach Manby's Sketches of Clifton
ed at Wooburn,
329 Hot-Wells,

325
Case's Minstrel Youth, 329

Massouf,

109
Cid, a Tragedy,

259

Maurice's Hist. of Modern
Colman's Broad Grins,

... 254

India,
Complaynt of Scotland,

324

Melville's White Knight 257
Corry's Edwy and Bertha,.. 176 Metrical Miscellany, ........ 402
Cottle's John the Baptist, ... 101 Opie's (Mrs.) Poems, 39
Courtier's Pleasures of Soli Oùlton's Sixty-third Letter, 116
tude, 2nd Ed.

251

Paternal Present,
Cowper’s Homer, 313, 385 Pictures of British Female
Cowper's Sketch of his Bro-

Poesy,

329
ther John,

257

Piature of London in 1802, 328
Cumberland's Poetical Vero Pilkington's (Mrs.) Mento-
sion of the Psalms, 103

rial Tales,

..... 254
Daniel's Rural Sports, 403

Poems and Ballads, .......... 187
Dyer's (G.) Poems, ........ 108 Poetical Register for 1801, 36
Edgeworth's Poetry ex Poetical Sketch,

187
plained, -.....

256

Probable Effect of the Peace, 329
Encyclopædia of Vocal Hu. Pye's Verses, written in the
mour,

Vicinity of Stoke Park, 102
Englefield's (Sir H. C.) Red Book and black one, 3$

Walk through South Ritson's Essay on Absti-
ampton,

328 nence from Animal Food 400**
Female Volunteer,

116 Rhyme and Reason, ........ 402
Gifford's Juvenal,

241
School for Satire,

403
Gil Blas (Smollet's), new Sketch of Lord Kenyon's
Ed. .......

253
Life,

104
Hatfield's (Miss) She lives Spirit of Antijacobinism for
in Hopes,
............... los 1802,

107

28, 395

187

188

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Stage.
Accident at the Stirbitch Cherry Mr.

...... 193, 345, 346
Theatre, .................. 279

Citizen revived at C. G. 346
Allingham, Mr. .............. 273 Collins, Mr.

267, 273, 345
Ansell, Mrs. ...................4 273

Colman's, Mr. Address to
Armin the Player, Account the Public respecting the

of, and a curious Letter Haymarket Theatre,

written by him, ........... 119 Cooke, Mr. 61, 62, 63, 64, 136
Atkins, Mrs. .
.................. 201

207, 274, 275, 276, 419
Bannister, Mr. J. 64, 200, 206 Cory, Mr.

274
3450 346 Cunningham, Mr. ..

136
Barrymore, Mr.

............. 124 Cursory Rem. on Shakspere,
Bartley, Mr.
.................... 208 No. VIII.

406
Beggar my Neighbour, a Darley, Mr.

.............. 273, 345 -
Comedy,
59 Davenport, Mrs.

124
Bellamy, Mr.

63 Delays and Blunders, by
Bengough, Mr.
63 Reynolds,

346
Billington, Mrs. 62, 206 Death of an Actor from the
Blanchard, Mr. ....... 275, 348 wadding of a musket
Bland, Mrs. "................. 345

fired on the stage, 352
Boaden, Mr.

60, 201
Dibdin, Mr. T.

60
Board of Management at

Mrs.

306
Drury Lane,

Dramatic Guardian, No. IX.
Bon Ton Theatricals,

408 Jewish Cabal,

........... 404
Braham, Mr.
.......... 207, 275

Dwyer, Mr.

............. 273, 345
Braine, Mr. (Othello)..
....... 275 Emery, Mr.

348
Brunton, Mr. ....
274, 276 Emery's (Mrs.) debût

59
Burial of Actors in France. Fairies' Revels, a Ballet by
Examination of the Eccle-

Mr. Fawcett,

132
siastical Canons in the False Alarms in Places of
Romish Church, which Public Amusement, with
prohibit the Interment of

an Account of a most hor-
Comedians in consecrated

rible Accident occasioned
Ground,
260 therehy,

.... 266
Byrne, Mr. f Dublin) 208 Farley, Mr. .....

........ 275
Byrne, Master,

............... 124 Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs. 62, 63
Chapman, Mr. 136, 203, 276 ) Fawcett, Mr. 59, 60, 132, 205

......... 200

Mr. S. .........

26', 345

60

203, 276

348

61, 133

Foot, Mr. (Hamlet). 345, Kemble, Mr. Account of
Foreign Theatricals.

him froin a French Pa-
Paris,
205, 278, 411 per,

132
Rouen, ...***................ 205

............. 60, 136, 200
Lyons, ............. 279

Mr. C.

I 24, 273, 346
Garrick. Original Letter Knight, Mr.

206, 275, 346
of his to the Secretary of
the Customs, with a Peti Lewis, Mr. 274, 275, 276, 348

tion in verse, ............... 264 Litchfield, Mrs. 61, 136, 201
Gibbs, Mrs.

.................... 124 208, 274, 275, 276, 346, 348
Glover, Mrs.

201, 273, 34-5
Gordon, Mr.

62 Marriott, Miss
Grimani, Miss

61 Mathews, Mr.

Mattocks, Mrs.
Harley, Mr.
60 Mellon, Miss

346
Hartowe, Mrs.

59 Memoranda Dramatica.
High Life, revived at C. G. 275 King's Theatre,
History of the Stage.

Drury Lane, . 200, 273, 344
Minor at Covent Garden Covent-Garden, 201, 274
whimsica! anecdote of Foote

346
and Rich, by T. Wilkinson, 349 Haymarket,

59, 132, 201
Thomas and Sally, 350. Mr. Royal Circus,.60, 133, 204
Charles Dibdin's first appear Astleys,

61, 133, 204
ance, 351.

Mis statement in Sadler's Wells, 133, 204
Kirkman's Life of Macklin Lyceum,

133
pointed out, ib. Garrick's at Gallery of Paintings, .... 134
tempt to get up. Love à la Mode Memoranda Musica, with
without Macklin, ib. Brooke's a Review of New Musi-
Earl of Essex, and anecdote of cal Publications, 276, 348
Sheridan and Dr. Johnson re-

409
specting it, 412 Compared Midas revived at D. L.

344
with the tragedies of Bankes Mills, Mrs. ..................... 275
and Jones, 413.

Mistake in Mountain, Mrs. ....... 273, 34 5
Murphy's Life of Garrick, and Munden, Mr. .... 206, 207, 346
gross errors in Victor's History Murder, Singular Detections
pointed out and corrected, ib. of-by means of Thea..
Miss Mowatt's app. at D. L. in trical Representation, ... 45
Rutland, 414. Sheridan's act New System of Heraldry,
ing in Essex,

ib. No. IV, from Churchill's
Holman, Mr.
60 Rosciad,

332
House to be sold, by Cobb, 345 Norton's (Miss) Debût,

59

65

Irish Theatricals, .............. 203 Original Anecdotes respect-
Irish Widow revived at C. G. 348 ing the Stage, and the
Jefferson, Mr.

Actors of the old School,
Johnstone, Mr. ....... 60, 208 with Remarks on Mure
Jordan, Mrs. 135,-208, 346 phy's Life of Garrick,

by Tate Wilkinson,
Kelly, Ms. ........ 200, 206,2345 Esq. concluded,

........ere 33

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62, 354

601

Pizarro on the French Stage, 278 | Russell, Mr. ............... 316
Poetical Criticism on the
Chester Company,

417 Seymour's Notes on Shak.
Pope, Mr.

....... 135, 207, 273 speare, ................ 48, 117
Mrs. ....... 135, 207, 273 Shakspeare's Merchant of Ve-
Powell, Mrs.

273

nice-Note on a passage
Private Theatricals.

therein,

45
Reading School, ......... 278 Siddons, Mrs. 60, 200, 203, 416
Provincial Drama.

Letter from her to
Buxton,

61 Mr. Jones, the Dublin'
Cheltenham, 61, 136, 208 Manager, in refutation
Birmingham,

61, 136
of a malicious report,

416
Glasgow,

Mr. and Mrs. H. 136
Chester,
62, 417

207, 274, 276
Weyinouth,
64 Simmons, Mr.

348
Plymouth, 65, 207, 352, 419 Sixty-third Letter, by Oul-
St. Neot's,
134 ton,

59
Lancaster,

135

St. Leger, Mrs. 59, 124
Lewes,

135
Storace, Mad.

207, 275
Margate,

135, 207
Richmond,

135
'Tunbridge Wells,

135 Talbot, Mr.
Brighton,

135, 207 Tale of Mystery-Particu.
Liverpool, 206, 280, 418 lar Account of this Me.
Oxford,

206 lodrame,

................
Preston, ............... 207, 352

Theatrical Chit-Chat, .. 60, 276
Stirbitch,

279

Turner, Mr.
Shrewsbury,

279
Bedford, ................... 352

Voice of Nature, by Mr.
Bath,
........................... 353

Boaden; Particular Ac-
Manchester, .............. 415 count of it,
Dublin,

415
Waddy, Mr.

348
Raymond, Mr.
, 135, 206, 208 Waddy, Miss,

274
Reeve, Miss,

Ward's, (Mrs.) Farewell
Retrospect of New Perfor-

Address at Liverpool, 289
Mr.

63
Mr. Cherry (Bath). 193

Ware, Mr.
Mr. Collins (Southamp Wewitzer, Mr.

................ 349
ton) ............ 267 | Whitfield, Mr.
Mr. Stephen Kemble Winston, Mr. 64, 65, 208
(Newcastle) 267 Woodham, Mr.

275
Mr. Hardinge (Philadel Woods, Mr. quits the Glas-
phia) ....

268

gow Stage, 62-his Death 414
Miss Marriott, ............ 269 Word of Honour, by Mr.
Miss Reeve,
269 Skeffington,

48
Ridicule the Test of Truth; Wroughton, Mr.

with illustrations drawn
from the theatre, ........ 191 Young, Mr.

.................. 419

338

346

121

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mers.

201

20 T

60, 345

Poetry.
Anacreontic,

Murmurs from the Land's
Air, in the Winter's Tale,

end,

53
written by Sheridan, ..... 273

Night, by N. Howard, 198

196

125

Ballad by Mr. Atkinson, 54 Petition to the Secretary of
Benedi&t to her he dearly

the Customs by Garrick, 264
loves,

56 Prostitute, by Mr. H. K.
White,

53
Candelabra,

127
Constancy. To Catherine, 125 Reply Churlish, ...

56
Cot of the Vale,

129
Separation,

.... 130
Dermody the Poet,

Sonnets by a Lady, Author
Inscription on his Tomb, 78 of the preceding Series.
His own Character, .. 79

No. XXIII. on Recollection
Lines on seeing him a few

of an Inscription Post
hours before his death, 127

in a Cross Road near
on visiting his

Ely,

50
Tomb,

XXIV. to the Hour
Reflection on his Death

Glass,
by the Author of the Sonnet on the four Seasons,
Peasants Fate,

197

by the late W. Beckford,
Ode on his Death, by

Esq. I. Spring, 252
Mr. H. K. White, 271

to the Æolian Harp, 298

written on a Visit in
Johnson's Dr. Epigram to a

Lincolnshire, ....

51
Lady, applied to France, 198

to the Nightingale,. 57

written on a blank
Kemble’s (Mr. S.) intro-

leaf of Miss Seward's
ductory Address,

267

Poems, by H. K.White, 199

written at the Grave
Lines to Mr. Pratt, on his

of a Friend, by the same, ib.
Poem of “ The Poor,". 50

by the same, ....... 200
to Miss E. R.

55

to the Moon, in No-
extempore, to G. Dyer, 57 vember, by the same 343
to a Red-breast flying

(irregular) by the
in a Church,

131 same, .....
- written in Consequence

by Capel Lofft, 406
of a Defect in Speech, by
Mrs. Holford,

272

Verses by Dr. Randolph, on
to Fancy,
............... 344 receiving the print of

Cowper, ....
Mary's Evening Sigh, by R. Wandering Savoyard's Song,
Bloomfield,

195

by Mr. Dimond, junr. »

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