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best productions of other pens. However, I have done what

I could, to impart'variety and interest, and when it is remembered, that the eight numbers now published, contain nearly one hun

dred articles, of which certainly not more than twelve have been

supplied by contributors, I think I may appeal, with some con

fidence, to the industry which has furnished, amid many other

avocations, the remainder.

GEOFFREY OLDCASTLE.

January 28th, 1834.

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Birth, parentage, and education, of Geoffrey Oldcastle .
Bergerac, de Cyrano, a whimsical extract from
Bishops, the, by what right do they sit in Parliament ?
Beke's “Origines Biblicæ" account of
Bathos, specimen of
Bramston's Art of Politics, extracts from
Bastille, account of a singular escape from

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Chesterfield Lord, his witty criticism upon Cato
Cottage Allotments, a new plan of p. 39, and
Card, a
Coleridge, the late S. T. character of his genius—and several of
his unpublished letters to Geoffrey Oldcastle

epitaph on, by himself

character of, by the Quarterly Review
Canterbury Races, a day at
Cigar-smoking, evil consequences of, outside a coach
Canterbury Conservative dinner
Charles I.-interesting account of his removal from Hurst Castle
Conservatives, the position which they ought to take

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ibid.
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132
177
187
195

131*

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Dissenters The, and the Church
Drunkenness, its several stages pourtrayed, and its consequences

described
Devil's bridge, a traveller's amusement there, on a Wet Sunday
Dinner, The First and Last, by W. Mudford

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165
275

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Epistles, friendly ones, to Geoffrey Oldcastle
English Regicides, The, No. I.

No. II.

No. III.
Effingham, Lord, letter from

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193
241
210

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Forgotten Poetry
First and Last Dinner, by W. Mudford

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275

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Grave, The, a peep into .
Gray, (the poet's) residence at Denton
Gloves, a mysterious pair of,
Gabriel Lindsay ; a tale of the Great Plague in London

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Hundy T. Esq., Leaves from his Welch Note Book

Mrs., her Romantic Miseries in Wales

Leaf the Second, from his Welch note book
Hooker, a noble sentiment of
Hearts-not Tongues : by the author of “ The Five Nights of St.
Albans

(Continued)
How to please Everybody
Heraud's " Judgment of the Flood,” critique on
Hothams, the Two, a Tale of the Long Parliament

(Concluded p. 97.)
Hercules Hunks
Hoppergollop Rhymes-or they Do say: a seandalous ballad
Harrison, the Regicide, and fifth-monarcby man, account of bis
trial

147 -
his execution

whimsical allusion to, in Cowley's Cutter of Coleman-
street
Herder, translation from
Hamilton Lady, a singular epistle of
How do you do? Reminiscences between two friends
How to make a Paper : or a London Editor's Room

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Intervals, appropriate meaning of that word
Isaac of Wileica, and Rebecca his daughter

(continued)
( ditto)

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180
211
252

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Johnson's Dictionary, additions to, by Geoffrey Oldcastle

K

Kentish Long Tails, tradition of
Kicking : a Philosophical Essay on
Kentish Idols
Ketch, Jack, bis bill for hanging a man

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Library Recollections

No. II
Latude, Henry Maseres, &c. bis extraordinary escape from the

Bastille
London Editor's Room

258
269

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Meditations in St. Mary's Axe, by Geoffrey Oldcastle
Marten, Henry, the Regicide, bis trial

his profligate character
account of his last days

epitaph on, by himself
My Wedding Day
Montague Lady M. W. her Town Eclogues, extracts from

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148
ib.
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172
236

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Oldcastle, Geoffrey, his birth, parentage, and education

Origines Biblicæ,” by Beke, account of

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Poetry : A Midnight Thought, 18–Hannibal, the Death of, 30-

Oliver Cromwell's Visit to Downing Street, 44-Gratitude, a
Sketch from the Life, 60—Thoughts, 75–The Cobbler, a Sketch
from Life, 132–They do Say, a scandalous ballad, in hopper-
gollop rhime, 137–Why is thy Sword so red with blood ? 164
-Saltwood Castle—a Kentish Sketch, 175—The Young Widow,
186-The Eloped, 118 *---Hope, 123* _Song of the Water

Spirit, 251.
Poisoning, the most approved methods of
Poor Laws, Ancient
Politician, The, No. I.

No.II.
No. III.
No. IV.

No.V.
Piozzi Mrs., interesting letter from
Plague, the Great, in London, dreadful scenes during
People, The

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187

131*

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209
125*
267

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Quarterly Review, its account of Coleridge's death

130

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Romantic Miseries
Regicides, the English—145–193—241— List of the

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Shakspeare, Coleridge's Lectures on
Simpson Mr., calamities of himself and his family, at Canterbury

Races
Skeleton Finger, the

(Concluded.)
Squash Mr., his disasters outside the Tally-ho,

Further disasters of
Shirley, Lady Frances, letter from
Scroope, Col. Adrian, the Regicide, account of his trial and ex-

ecution

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142
157
177
119*
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Temperance Societies, the importance of
Thicknesse Philip, curious original letter of

210
Titus Col., the author of “Killing no murder," anecdote respecting 232

*

An error having occurred in the paging of this volume, the reader is
requested to observe, that each reference in the index which is marked with
an asterisk, thus *, denotes that instead of 131, it should be 231.

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