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THE


NEW MONTHLY


MAGAZINE


AND


LITERARY JOURNAL.




VOL. VII.


ORIGINAL PAPERS.




LONDON:

PRINTED FOR HENRY COLBURN AND CO.


1823.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY S. AND R. BENTLEY, DORSET-STREET.

CONTENTS

OF

THE SEVENTH VOLUME.



PAGE
Letter to the Editor respecting the New Monthly Magazine
1
Sketch of the Political Career of Simon Bolivar
4
To-day
17
Annus Mirabilis! or, a Parthian Glance at 1822
21
Modern Pilgrimages, No. VIII
28, IX. 212
Lines written by T. Campbell, for the Monument of Admiral Sir G. Campbell, K.C.B.
32
Grimm's Ghost, Letter X.
38, XI. 199, XII. 365
Poison for the Rats
41
The Monied Man; an Outline
42
Peter Pindarics: Blindman's Buff
46
On the Amusements of the Studious
49
The Court of Aldermen at Fishmongers' Hall
53
Letter from a Bashful Bachelor
54
Sonnet translated from Cardinal Bembo
58
Sir Guy Eveling's Dream
59
Dirge of Alaric the Visigoth
64
Areachon, in the Landes
66
Sonnet, to the North Star
70
British Galleries of Art, No. 1.
71, II. 97, III. 290, IV. 345, V. 445, VI. 568
The Genius of Spain
78
Napoleon's Memoirs, and Las Cases' Journal
79. 279. 547
Sonnet
107
The Physician, No. IV.
108, V. 359, VI. 420, VII. 533
The Hour-Glass, from the Latin of Amalfi
112
Musical Wives
113
An Invocation
117
Peter Pindarics: The Poet and the Alchymist. The Astronomical Alderman
118
Projects and Projectors
120
Sketches of the Irish Bar, No. IV. Mr. Saurin, 124,—No. V. Mr. Joy.
481
On an Amethyst, presented by Lelia
134
Antiquity and Posterity
135
The Bard's Song to his Daughter
139
On Vampirism
140
On Kosciusko
149
On Morelli
152
The Tanner's Widow
153
The Mouse turned Hermit: from Pignotti
158
The Houndsditch Album
160. 250. 452.
Nouvelles Messéniennes, par M. Casimir Delavigne
164
A Country Christmas: Agreeability
168
The White Rose, or the Lament of the Year 1745
172
Harry Halter the Highwayman
173
Letters on a Tour in Switzerland, No. VII.
179
Exchange no Robbery
190
On the Political Writings of Machiavelli
193
Constantinople
198
The Silent Language of Love
204
The Recollections of a Student: The Death of Friends
205
Peter Pindarics: South Down Mutton
210
The Skeleton Dance, a Ballad
215
A few Thoughts on Small Talk
217
Milton's Comus
222
Plain Preaching
229
The Leprechaun, or Gold Goblin
231
The Philosophy of Fashion
238
Table Table, No. VI.: Dreaming
244
Edinburgh Graduation-day
254
The Farewell to the Dead
260
State of Parties in Dublin
261
Peveril of the Peak
273
Sonnet, from Zappi
278
On Music: No. I. with reference to the Principles of the Beautiful in that Art
297, II. 401, III. 55
Songs of the Cid, No. I. The Cid's Death-bed, a Ballad, 307,—II and III
376
The First of April, or Arte perire suâ
308
Spring, Youth, and Love
312
Peter Pindarics: Patent Brown Stout; York Kidney Potatoes
319
Friends and Friendship
321
Prophecy of Constantine
326
Ante and Post-Nuptial Journal
330
Greek Song: The Bowl of Liberty
337
Barry the Painter
338
London Lyrics: The Upas in Marybone-lane; An Actor's Meditations; The Minstrel
343
Greek Song: The Voice of Scio
343
Heaven and Earth, a Mystery
358
On the Troubadours
370
Dramatic Travels: The Diligence from Paris to Lyons
379
Mr. Barry Cornwall's new Poems
383
Irish Artists
385
Sonnet from Petrarch
391
Franklin's Expedition
392
Vincenzo Filicaja on the Seasons
415
The Bore's Box: an Advertisement
416
To the South Wind
419
London Lyrics: Stage Wedlock; Doctor Gall
427
The Library
430
Ugly Women
435
The Voice of Spring
439
A London Spring
441
David
444
Sonnet from Petrarch
451
Night: A Sonnet
456
Madame Campan's Memoirs
457
The Great Man of the Family
465
Peter Pindarics: The Handkerchief; The Jester condemned to Death
468
Shakspeare's Poems
470
On Giving Advice
476
Spanish Patriots' Song; by T. Campbell
491
The New Cabriolets: a Handbill
ib.
Greek Song: The Shade of Theseus
496
The Tavern
497
On the Repasts of the Ancients
501
London Lyrics; St. James's Park; The Newspaper
507
Sympathies and Prejudices
509
Italy to Spain
514
The Last of the O'Neils
515
The Statue of a Funeral Genius
521
The Classics and Romantics
522
Sonnet from Petrarch
528
Printed by Mistake
529
The Bird's Release at the Grave
532
The Diver: a Ballad, translated from the German
540
"Out of Town" and not "In the Country"
543
To a Fountain
553
Daintie Pastorals: Thaddy Mahone and Silvia Pratt
561
Education
562
The Flower that feels not Spring
567
Song for a Swiss Festival, or the Anniversary of an Ancient Battle
575
Song
576
Sonnet from Benedetto Menzini
ib.
To * *
ib.