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Bible, necessity of improving the periences a reverse of fortune,
version of, 242. Answers to 511. Recovers his superiori-
scriptions of Homer, Pindar, travels in Greece highly va.
Chouais, a class of Royalists in
clolure of his method of making origin, formation, and various
fuccefies against the Repub-
tive against them, 523.
the Leit methods of cultivating lile, &c. 352:
Conjimdiion, mucous, remarks on
claiming of marih-lands from
the tide, 52.
of the most dreadful evenis, ricus, relative to Afore!i's Tbe.
faurus, &c. 239.
H. C. con -
ciety, ib. The Editor of the
concerning a mistake in the re-
view of that work, 20. A
Constant Reader, relative to a
longitude of several places in respectirg Profeffor Schultens,
ib. Mr. Halbed, in defence of
his writings concerning Misa
Brothers, 358. 0. P. jo de
relpecling Mr. Edwards's Hil.
the Trandator of Mr. Beau.
Alps, ib. E. 5. relative to the
fource of the Thames, ib.
S $. Toms, on the Marquis de
the carbonic acid air in the Mr. Beaumont, complaining of
his. Translator, 478. Mr. An-
Royalists in La Vendée, 508. Corsica, superior advantages of
Britain, in respect of parlia.
Fancy and Genius poetically de-
Ferns, raised from seed by Mr.
racter slightly appreciated, 535. Fevers, bilious, 560.
of Macedon, 581.
of, by ascent, 179:
the American Indians, mate- fervations on 6.de errors and
mismanagement of, 45.
ter to Lord Fitzwilliam, 450. a new pendulum, which shall be
mai in Ruilia, described, 488. heat, 58. His dissertation on
fimple fever analyzed, 280.
Forest - scenery, poetically de-
France, tracts relative to the re.
volution in, and the war with,
in schools, investigated, 126. 472. 507.5'3.520. 534. 538.
nobleffe of France over the
28. Existence of an electric lovingian race, 578-580.
respondence, 152. Specimen their precise worth, as commo•
dities in commercial fpecula-
British species of carex, 268.
quintuple belt on Saturn, ib.
planet on his axis, ib. On the
effects of the casia chamæchrista Hindoos, character of, 26. Style
Nations," ib. Their mytho-
Hip-joint, observations on the dif-
ease of, and white-swellings of
described, ib. Modes of treat-
Holland, Rev. Philip, account of
vour of the character of Rich Home, Everard, facts relative to
Croonian lectures, 144.
Alps ascertained, 363. His 260.
the Croonian lectures, 144. His
curious discoveries relating to
to this country, 354.
burton, 322. His declaration of
from his edition of the works
treatment of, 220,
tenfities of, 135
Coloured prints engraved from,
described by Dr. Shaw, ib.
with a proof of the principle
Light, curious experiments for
English troops there, respecting
mination and raising of ferns
cultivation, from the farina, of
Linné, Sir Charles, his birth and
tion, preferable to copper for provements in botany, 4. His
travels, ib. His opponents
professorship at Upsal, 7. His
most capital writings, 9. Ho-
nours paid to his memory, 11.
dridge's lectures, 145. Improve- impressive speech at the India
of France, g1.
prepared anti-corrosive or blanche Map of England, a valuable one,
respecting his oratory and writ-
Markwick, Mr. account of a grub
war in that part of France, on Martin, Mr, account of the prin-
racter defended, 278.
present state of the museum ori- vestigated, 122. Apology for,
tions, 124: Beautiful edition mordes, 484. Of the numerous
field-rats in Daouria, 485. Of
tive to the life and death of that Of a very peculiar kind of fit,
489 Of the extreme cold in
to inhabit that country, 491."
Of the falt lakes and springs,
metallic conductors, 197.
Peace frongly pleaded for, 543. •
Peat moss, observations on, 39.
Pen; hurji described, 64.
one of his beautiful Elegies,
Phalaris, the builder of the
of his monitrous treachery,
the government which excludes on, 248.
fublime and beautiful, 316.
Pindar poetically characterized,
Pitt, Mr. considered as holding
in his hands the fate of Europe,
POETICAL EXTRACTS in this
vol. viz. from Jephron's Ro.
rell's T bymbriad, 38. Dr.
Armstrong's works, 73. The
Hero, a poem,
Literary Correspondence, 152.
different kinds of sheep in wall's Poems, 226. Bidlake's
a poem, 461,