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INDEX TO THE KALEIDOSCOPE.
FIRST VOLUME- -NEW SERIES.
“ Auld lang syne,” new version of, 220.—Beautiful Botanic Garden, lines on visiting the, 396; and remarks
imitation of, 372.
on the institution and the study of botany, 390).
Bradbury's Travels, extracts from, 7.
Bride of the Hills, the, a story after the manner of
Bridge, the new chain one, over the Tweed, 87.
Avalanche, one in Germany, 62.-In America, 62, 109. Bridget Adair, Miss, lines on, 140.Letter from
Britannia, the, of the copper coins of Charles II. a like.
ness of Francis Stuart, 343.
Description of the dresses, &c. 302.-Other lines on British Antiquities, 20, 165.-Humanity, American
tribute to, 86.
Bronze statue, the (a good story) 9.
Bahia, letter froin, descriptive of the inhabitants, &c. Bubbles, on the blowing of rosin ones, a curious experi-
Bull-dog, the, and the tea-kettle, battle between, 279.-
-Instance of the ferocity of, 75.
Buns, cross, origin of, on Good Friday, 366.
Ball, the fancy one at the Wellington Rooms, descrip. Burkhardt, the traveller, curious anecdote of, 126.
tion of the dresses of, 302.–Verses, on, 300, 324.-
Burns, lines by, on a kiss, 69.-Said not to be original,
76, 80.-Scott, Byron, and Campbell, compared by
Mr. Gillespie, 273.
Butchers, the law respecting, 207.
Byron, Lord, character of, by Goëthe, 23.-Lines on
Ocean, 60.-Anecdote of, 191.-Burns, Scott, and
Campbell compared by Mr. Gillespie, 273.-Curious
original anecdote and verses by, 277 -His account of
swimming across the Hellespont, 321.-His remarks
on the British drama, 358.
Bywater, Mr. remarks on his pamphlet on Magnetism,
Bath, destruction of the Lower Assembly Rooms at, by C. original or translated papers by, 228, 237, 241, 253,
256, 262, 268, 276.
Caleb Quotem, a match for, 56.
Campbell, Burns, Byron, and Scott, compared, 273.
list of the plants they extract honey from, 355. Cannibalism in New Zealand, 200.
Beeston Castle, short sketch of the history of, 359. Cannon, extraordinary Asiatic one, 127.
Bellamy, lines by, addressed to Betsy, 260.–Laughable Capital punishments, opinions of great men on, 313.
critique on, by Polonius Pottinger, 271.
Caracci Annibal, curious anecdote ot, 255.
Cards, on the origin of, 171.
Carp, one weighing 191b. 23.
Betsy, lines to, by Bellamy, 260.- Quizzed, 271. Cashmere goats, the French stock of, state of the, 379.
Cat born with four eyes. 134.-One saves a favourite
bird from another cat, 120.
Catherine, lines to, by Coade Lambeth, 204.
Cattle, when trespassing cannot legally he abused, 123.
Cecilia, St. a modern'one, 149.
Character, remarks on, by the author of Horæ Otiosa,
335.-A poetical one, 204.-An eccentric one, 205.-
A singular one, 247.- From the life, hy D. 316.
Blackstone's opinion of capital punishments, 313. Characters, great ones, their weights, 165.
Charade, hy Charles James Fox, 244.-Other Charades,
Charing-cross, origin of the name of, 299.
Blood, original essay on the circulation of the, 37, Chariot made of Etrurian ware in Plutarch's time, 342.
Chemical experiment, 333.-Another, 270.
Boa Constrictor, a large one brought from India, 367. Chemistry, á query whether taught in any Liverpool
Bobbin, Dick, a letter from (specimen of the Lancashire schools, 399
Chesnut-trees of an immense size, 126.
Chess, the Beauties of, 4, 12, 20, 30, 36, 45, 52, 60, 68,
Bold-street, complaints respecting the state of, 168, 256. 84, 109, 125.
Chess-board and men, splendid, sold for £7 108. at the
Bombastes Furioso, 17.-On the author of, 39, 40, 46. 46.
Bonaparte, biographical sketches of his private life, 230. Chess, query respecting, and answer to, 256, 256, 327,
Bones, interesting Philosophical facts concerning, 193. -The double game of, 294, 296.--Letter of S. on,
319.-New and uncommon variations in the game of,
Book Worm, the adventures of one, by the author of 336.
Huræ Otiosæ, 310, 364, 394.
Child, singular escape of a very young one, 388.
Children, three at a birth, 144.
Eclipse, the great solar one of 1820 (with a digram) 73.
-Other notices of, 73, 74, 74.
Eclipse, bon mots respecting, 135, 135.
Eddystone light-house, interesting account of, 27.
Edinburgh reviewers, critique on the Sketch Book, 113.
remarkably large one, 271.
Eggs, query on the preservation of,327.-Answered, 359.
Debating societies, letter of Try Again on, 239.—Of J. Egypt, further discoveries in, 397.
Egyptian mummy, minute description of one, 111.
Debating Society defended from an attack in the Courier, , Egyptian antiquities, the temple of Ybsambul, 227.-
Other notices of, 359–Mummies, 365.
Elder-tree leaves, a preventative to moles, 103.
Electricity and George III. an anecdote, 102.
Elephant goes mad, and is attempted to be poisoned, 135.
Eliza, lines addressed to, by D. 229.
of the most romantic parts of, by Wilfred Wender, Ellen, lines addressed to, 156.-By Y. 372.
338, 345, 353, 370, 385, 402, 417.
Elliot, Hugh, biographical notices of, 350.
Elocution, Mr. Putnam's readings, &c. 368, 372.
Embalming, a description of the Egyptian mode of, 365.
mountain of St. Gothard, 108,
Emma, lines to, by Westmore, 276.
from Heintzner's travels, 163.
guage, a list of the derivatives of, 6.-Pronunciation,
remarks of A. Q. W. on the anomalies of, 376.-Man-
Succession curiously and regularly broken, 278.-
Remarks on their character by the French, 411.-Style
turkey, singular attachment between, 387.-The, ENIGMAS, Charades, &c. a collection of, 213, 221, 229,
coat, and the players, a good story, 142.
236, 237, 244, 253, 264.
Doge of Venice, the, by Lord Byron, announcement cf, Enjoyment, remarks on the pursuit of, 223.
150.- Translation, from Sismondi, of the story dram | Engraving, historical and critical.--See Prints.
atised by Lord Byron, 253.
Engravings on wood, very ancient notices of, 342.
the bite of, 23.1.etter of Julius on the stealing of, , EPIGRAMS, &c. 8, 20, 30, 36, 60, 60, 69, 75, 112, 120,
Epitaphs, curious oncs, 370, 371, 424.-Remarks on
their absurdity, by Pyrus, 344.
DRAMA, the, or criticisms on new plays, &c. 8, 15, 17, Etymologies, local, by Toi, and remarks on by T. 378,
24, 31, 39, 47, 55, 62, 70, 79, 87, 87, 95, 103, 119, 379.
199, 238, 239, 283, 358.–Lord Byron's remarks on Eutropius, Roman history discovered in the Royal Li-
the British, 358.-Essay on the morality of the, by brary at Bamberg, 126.-A MS. of, discovered, 37.
Lorenzo. 268.–Of the age of Elizabeth, an essay on, Evidence, singularly round about, 288.
Ewe yeans five lambs, 126.
DRAMATIC CRITICISMS on Liverpool performers, &c. Executioner, difficulty of obtaining a Welsh one, 398.
88, 88, 95, 103, 110, ui, 111, 119, 119, 128, 136, Exeter Cathedral, discovery of sarcophagi in, 174.
of the Royal Family, 1.
Eye institutions in Liverpool, letters on, 47, 61.
Facial angle of various nations (with a wood cut) 333.
Dreams, letter of, J.
, l'air, a hint to the, 53.
Fairplay accuses the editor of plagiarism, 320.-Editor's
Falconer, lines by his sister on his supposed shipwreck,
Falieri, the Doge of Venice, translation from Sismondi
of his history dramatised by Lord Byron, 253.
Duck-hunting, &c. near the Botanic Garden, 376. Fanaticism, curious instance of, 127.
Dresses, &c. at, described, 302.-One at the Castle
Royal, Berlin, 315.-Other lines on, 324.
by Pacificus, 125.-Lines on, by Cowper, 149.-Re. Fanny, lines on, by Poynton, 124,
marks on, 159.
Farthing, one of Queen Anne's discovered, 375.
Fashions for the months.-Sce the first number in
Dumb and deaf cured by a French physician, 174. each month.
Female presence of mind, a German story, 135.-Sym-
E. letter of, respecting Quadrille and Whist, 376. pathy, original fragment on, 286.
Females of Ormskirk, a caution to, by a correspondent,
352.-The statements of, denied, 375.
Festival, an extraordinary Russian one, 35.
Filbert, the Kentish one (a tale in verse) 101.
Fine Arts, a series of papers on, 201, 209, 218, 225,
233, 243, 263, 267, 287, 289, 307, 332, 343, 346, 383,
Eccleston, Daniel, a whimsical character, letter from, 353, 395, 423.-Extraordinary ! 120.-Of St. Giles's,
on the announcement of his death, 415.
INDEX TO THE KALEIDOSCOPE.
Fire alarm, a new and ingenious one, 142.
Housewifery, good, the miseries of, letter of Simon
Humanitas, letter from, on cruelty to animals, 376.
Hydrophobia, reported cures, 23,351.-Remarkson, 416.
ment at the, 182.
Goster, Dermot O', letter from, detailing the death of Imperial coins of Rome, remarks on the, 289.
his friend O'Shaughnasey, 240.-Remarks on, 248.- Importance of the first or last, a query respecting the,
Indelicate placards.--Sce Placards, indclicato.
Gothard, St. lines on passing the mountain of, by the India, treatment of the native women in, 25+. Plea-
sures of a voyage to (satirical poetry) 252.-Oration,
in reply to a North American Missionary, 167.-
per, extract from a North American one, 126.
Grasshopper on the Royal Exchange, cause of the, 35. Indian or Hindoo conjurers, wonderful accounts of, 304.
Indifference and abstraction, curious instance of, 343.
Infirmary, the Liverpool, annual report of, for 1821, 257.
Inhumanity, letter respecting, 208.-Sce Cruelty.
Gretna Green and the blacksmith, notices of, 350. Insanity, curious instance of, near Brighton, 62.
Insects, on the metamorphosis of, 182.
Insurance company at Cadiz take the Virgin Mary into
Italian banditti, notices concerning, 195.
Intoxication, how counteracted, 270.
Iron bridge, an elegant one in Essex, 235.-Works,
the great ones at Bilston laughably compared to hell,
| Hamlet, Kean's performance of, lines on, by Mr. Al- Irving, Washington.-See Sketch Book.
Italy, original letter from, 297.—Sketch and map of,
an historical anecdote, 284.
got up at Covent Garden, 87.
Haymarket, an obelisk recommended in the, 134, 176. Jackson's Dam, danger of bathing in, 39.
HEART, AFFAIRS OF THE, 38, 73, 80, 85, 85, 96, 104, J. C. letter of, on orthographical innovations, 360.
117, 320, 328, 375, 383, 384, 384, 390, 390, 392, 399, Jeffrey, Mr. of the Edinburgh Review, biographical
notices of, 230.
Heart, original article on the structure of the, 49. J. H. letter by, on the Liverpool Theatre, 143.
Jerusalem, picture of the Queen's entry into, 75.-De-
Heaton, Ralph, an ingenious mechanic, notices of, 325. scribed in 1820, 226.
Hebrides, mode of living of the cattle there, 206. Jessamy, letter from, stating the cruelty of his mistress
Heintzaer's travels in England, extracts from, 163. Sophia, 375.—Answered by two Sophias ! 383, 384.
Hellespont, Lord Byron's account of swimming across -Letter of advice to, from Valerio, 390.- Letter
from, disclaiming the second Sophia, 390; and her
announcement of her marriage with a present of
45, 48, 60, 60, 62, 69, 75, 84, 102, 111, 121, 124,
124, 135, 135, 150, 180, 182, 188, 214, 214, 219, 231,
267, 267, 276, 276, 276, 343, 343, 395, 396, 396.
Jews, a colony of, in America, 184.
Johnson, Dr. his opinion of the punishment of death,
1:0, 136, 200.—-Burned in the day time, person fined | Highlands of Scotland, Mr. Philip's appeal concerning Joseph II. of Germany, letter against duelling, 295.
J. T. letter by, on the Liverpool theatricals, 151.
Highwayman shot under singular circuinstances, 135. letter on, 295.--Account of Indian, 304.
from, 84.-).ines addressed to, 140.
Parliament on the burning of, 420.-See Widows, 215.
Jura Mountains, criginal description of the passage of
Holdsworth, Mr. his remarks on the steam-boat, 130. Juvenis, a sonnet by, 30.--Letter by, on giving credit to
youths under age, 304.
series, 1.-Address of the editor on the conclusion of
respecting, 386.---The case stated by 11.396. —Another Kani, Lavater, and Craniology, 16.
On his farewell address, 128.--llis tulepun in
New York, 255.--And the critics (a capual American
lines on, by Mr. Alstons, 340.
Keats, the poet, a sunnet to the memory 01, 348.
HORÆ OT1032. (written for the Kaleidoscope) 200, Kelly, the composer and wine merchant, epigramon, 18%.
206, 223, 245, 241, 276, 203. 316, 335, 349, 364, 394. Kenilworth, annour.cement of, 159:-Original crugie
Horn, Cape, land discovered to the southward of, 80, 150. on, by C. 241.--A critique on, fror, the Sertanian
quadrilles mentioned in the, 242.- Jiakts ('ummor
place of great resort, 398.