The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register/Volume 11/Number 63

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No. 63.]

APRIL 1, 1819.

[Vol. XI.

Chapters (not listed in original)
  • Original Communications
    • Extract of a Letter from Geneva
    • The Vampyre
    • A Pedestrian Tour round Florence
    • Some Account of Martin Luther’s Goblet
    • Supply of the Metropolis with Provision by Water-carriage
    • Madame de Stael on the Life and Writings of Camoens
    • Memoirs of the late Peter Gale Faux
    • Fluctuations of Fashionable Phraseology
    • On the Currents and Whirlpools in the Straits of Messina
    • On the Establishment of a Public Market for Literature
    • Inconsistency of the Edinburgh Reviewers
    • Planetary Motion
  • The Cabinet
    • An Unpublished Poetical Epistle of Robert Burns
    • Origin of the Terms Whig and Tory
    • A Culloden Anecdote
    • Account of the Author of No. 595 of the Spectator
    • Curious Origin of No. 71 of the Spectator
  • Original Poetry
    • Extracts from Some Unpublished Scenes of “Manuel”
    • Lines Written on a Blank Leaf of the “Pleasures of Hope”
    • To Arthur Brooke, Esq.
    • At Parting
    • To an Infant Child
    • The Silken Lock
    • On Hearing the Irish Melody “Domnhall”
    • On the Birth of a Child
  • Memoir of S. T. Coleridge, Esq.
  • Critical Remarks on New Publications
    • Recollections of Japan
    • Ximenes, the Wreath, and Other Poems
    • Memoirs of Emmanuel Augustus Diudonne
    • The Delphin Classics
  • Monthly Register
  • Varieties—Literary, Scientific, &c.
  • Fine Arts
  • Inventions and Patents
  • The Drama
  • Literary Report
  • Meteorological Table
  • Commercial Report
  • Bankrupts
  • Dividends
  • Digest of Political Events
  • Memoir of Dr. John Wolcot, M. D.
  • Incidents, Promotions, Births, Marriages, Deaths, &c. in London and Middlesex
  • Provincial Occurrences
  • To Readers and Correspondents

This work was published before January 1, 1929, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.

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