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AGRICULTURAL improvement

of the present state of periodical criti-
riously retarded by the injurious ope-

cism, 157
ration of tithes, 249

Austria, Italy, &c. tour through, 72, et
Aikin's annals of the reign of George seq.

the Third, 371, et seq. ; difficulties at. Avenger of blood, Michaelis's remarks

tendant on the narration of tbe on, 591, et seq.
· events of receded ages, ib. ; circum-

stances liable to influence the relator Bathurst, lord, bis motion in regard to
of late and present events, ib.; the tithes, 253
sacred Scriptures an accurate stand Beauty and glory of the primitive
ard of both modes, 372 ; author's mo church, a sermon, 374, el seq.
tives in wriling the present work, 373 Belgium, Roman Catholic bishops of,
Alceste, voyage of, to the Yellow Sea, their intolerance, 503
&c. 564, el seq.

Benett's essay on the commutation of
Alpha and Omega; Maude's sermon on, tithes, 242, et seq.
38+, et seg.

Benett's reply to the Rev. W. Coxe, on
American war, its causes, &c. by the tithes, 242, el seq.
author of Armata, 147, 8

Benett's reply to Coxe's three letters,
Angels, on the ministry of, and extent of

242, et seg.
their intercourse with the various re Bernadotte, his great policy in regard
gions of the universe, 468, et seq.

to Sweden, 392, 3
Apostles, their religious experience not Bertolacci's vieto of the agriculture, com-

much superior lo that of other Christians, merce, and finance of Ceylon, 219, et seq.

Bey of Tripoli cruelly assassinated by
Apostolical preaching considered, by his brother in his mother's presence,
J. B. Sumner, 90) et seq.

434, et seq.
Apostolical succession, considerations Bible Class Book, 275, et seq.; objections

to the plan, 276, 7; extract from Mr.
Appeal to Equity, 212 et seg.

Hall's speech at the Leicester Bible
Armata, 147,et seq.; circumstances which society, 277 ; probable effect of adopt-

give value to the work, 148 ; great ing the work in schools, 278
prosperity of the imaginary island of Bishop of Peterborough, his reflections
Armata, 144 ; origin, &c. of its politie on tithes, 250, 1
cal conslilution, 144 et seq. ; causes of Blucher, anecdote of, 392
the Hesperian (American) war 147, 8; Boa Constrictor, description of one, 578
defect in the Armatan representative Botany, Bingley's treatise on, 189, 191
system, 148 ; contents of the second Botany, conversations on, 189, el seq.
part, 148, 9; auhor's remarks on the Buck, the Rev. Charles, Styles's me.
influence of high-bred life on the lone of moirs of, 76, 7
female character, 149 ; objections Burder's, G. beauty and glory of the pri-
stated, 150, 1; remarks on libel, 151, mitive church, a sermon, 374, et seq.
%; probable consequences that would fol Barder's, H. F. duty and means of as.
low the loss of the trial by jury, or of the certaining the genuine sense of the
liberty of the press, 153; thoughts on re Scriptures, 374, et seq.
ligious establishments, and the increase of Byron's Lord, Lament of Tasso, 291, 2;
seclaries, 153, et seq. s author's estimate extract, 292

on, 129

its lises,

ib. ;

Byron's, Lord, Manfred : a dramatic

poem, 62, et seq. ; character of Man.
fred, ib. ; voices of the spirits, 63, 4;

soliloquy, ib. ; death of Manfred, 65, 6
Campbell's, Miss, poenis, 386, ed sg.;

slanzas to an oid musical instrument,
386 ; address to Zit'unud, 387, 8; the
soldier's widow, 389; lo a hypocrite,

Candeley, lake of, in the island of Ceylon,

surprising works constructed round it,

Cindian king, his horrible cruelty, 232;

his deposition by the British, &c.

Candy, in Ceylon, British garrison of,

triacherously murdered, 930
Cannibalisin practised in the Tonga and

F.jee islanis, 116
Capital, as applied to agriculture,

change produced by it, 245
Cursiurrs, his boli and judicious interferen e

in the affairs of the church of Scobrand,

Catusliiism, its present state in France,

454, 5
Cavem, a remarkable submarine one in

the island of Tofooa, 120
Ceylon, bistry of, 219, el seq. ; account

of the early history of the islanıl, as
known to the ancients, 921; sperimers
of Ceylonese historicind legemis relating io
their origin, ib, et seq. ; vslund Turmerly
in a more prosperous sinle, 2?! ; de-
scription of the ruins round the luhe of
Candeley, 224 ; state of the island, rhon
first visiter! by the Portugu! se, 225;
Bedas, and Cingalese, i5.; the island
under the Dutch, i6.; shipwreck of
Rob. Knox, en the coast of Ceylon,
ib. ; remarkable manner in which he pro-
cured an English bible, 225, 0; his
escape, atter a captivity of twenty
years ncarly, 297; pale and cruelty
of the kin', ib. el sq ; h'nur's creilulily
concerning a noisy devil, 299; Mr.
Boyd's acciunt of prostration at the Cry-
lonese court, ib. ; origin of the late war
between the king of Candy and the
British, ib. ; successful pulicy of the
Candian king, 232; capitulation and
massacre of the British troops, ib. ;
heroic bravery of two Malay offi. ers,
sh. ; unsur cessjul expedition and retreat
of Major Juhanson, 231 ; horrible cruely
of the kin?, 230; deserted by his suba
jects, and delivered up to the British,
ib. ; his deposition, 233 ; commercial
consequence of the island, ib. ; importunce
and value of Trincomalre, as an Indian
port, ib. et seq. ; peari gisheries of Cey-
lon, 234 ; its botany, ib.; talipot,

various inhabilanls of Ide
iland, 6.
Chalovers's discourses on the Christian

revelation, &c. 205, el seq. ; the
truths of Christianity cannot be eso
sentially affected by the speculations
of science, il. ; ruligion inav ia'fully
receive the aid of science, 206; die
sign of the author, ib, ; Mr. A. Fuler's
remarks on the same top.c considered,
ib. note; Mr. P. not fully qualified
for the discussion, ib.; striking in•
stance of false analogy in his reason-
ing, 208; the infidel argument aguinst
Christianity, 209; value and actnal
range of religion, ib.; etfect of ostru-
num'cal reflections on a conten:plulite
minil, 210; argument for the planels
bring inhabited, diaren pion oniony,
211; consequence of pursuing the
analogy too closcly, ib.; extravagant
conjecture of the author, 912, iui-
probablity of the planets not being
ji habituel, ib.; r:fectio:is on the great-
mess of the Divine Essence, from a
cousideration of the stipendous ex-
tension of the universe, 213; dis-
tance, mago tude, muinver, &c, of the
stars, 214 ; conjecture that the bigli-
est intelligences will never be able to
arrive at the limiis of the universe,
217; imreinions neglect on the part
of inauy serious persons, of the works
of the Alinighty, 218; insignificance
of vir world, in the magnitude of the
universe, 354 ; perverse arg ment of the
inje 1, 354, 5; the mind of Sir Isaac
Niwton, in its most importani ogen-
cies, incapable of being adequately
estimated by many even cultivated
men, 555; assertion that Christianity
is for the sole benefit of this world,
w.thout proof, 356, 7; bearing of tlie
intdel argument on the extent of the
Divine condescension, 358; ertract,
ib.; opposite opinion excites an ili-
( np arably more exalted idea of the
Dury, 359; proofs that the Divine
intelligence pervades every part of his
creation, 360; argumcot from the
discoveries made by the microscope,
361; exireme absurdity of pretending
to decide upon the extent of the
power and benevolence of the Al-
mighty Spirit, 368; state of the
arguinent, ib.; the infidel oljection
Tes not against the theory which
demands to be called Rational, but
that denominated Evangelic Chris-
tanity, 563 ; inquiry whether the
economy of nature and providence
furnishes any thing so analogous us

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