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Fourcroy, M. and M. Vauquelin, 2d Hassenfratz, M. his mem. on
memoir on human urine, 565. areometry, 560.
on the means em.
ployed to obtain antimon; from
political opinions , introduced Hastings, Mr. his valuable publi-
his history, 555
husband, the respectable pari-
late king of France, ib. Home, Mr. Everard, his croonian
armies of, particulars re lecture on the structure of the
nerves, 145. His additions to
383: The man distinguished ciety, concerning a child with
a double-head, 151.
Hu!l, Dr. engaged in a defence
of che Cæsarean operation, 37.
Humboldt's experiments, 490.
vate character of Rousseau,
505. Mr. Hlume's philosophy
I and )
that island, 31. Yellow fever,
great prevalence and general
fatality of, 32. Its symptoms
described, 34. Remedies, 36.
Jenner, Dr. note from, respect-
ing the cow-pox, 70:
and manners described, 387.
lating to, 335, 336–339. See
by the author of the Monk, 23. age, 434. His death and age
Maclaine, Dr. Archibal 1, bis ad-
mirable literary character, 15:.
to the knights of, by an Engkah
her review of poetry, 391.
Meierotto, M. his memoir 08
Metherie, M. Ja, che most fashior.
in the construction of dyer's Middleton, Mr. his commendable
view of the agriculture of Mid-
Poor, Workhouses, Roads, &c.
Parmentier and Deyeux, 56;,
ment of, 334..
tural report concerning, 56. general priociples, 45.
Moulines, M. de. See Cbristias
cantile spirit of, 18, Good
have been raised for the public New Testament, specimens of Mr.
Niagara, falls of described, 202.
the agriculture of that county,
181. Planting laudably en-
life, by Mr. Kirkman, 305.
Remarkable law Paine, T, his discourse, at Paris,
ern departments of the Russian objection to the management
opinion of his character, 505.
the reign of Catherine II. 361.
proportion to its extent, 369.
mitment of the House of Lords, Scarborough, journal of a tour to,
excellence of Dolly's beef-
133. Exiled to Cayenne, 134. tience, 303.
Shetland, islands of, their general
tion of Glen Cloy, and its natu.
ral history, 14.
Louis XIV., XV., and XVI. ib. in the northern parts of Europe,
ploying them considered, 307. Sivens, (or Sibbens] some account
serving seeds for vegetation, 52.
count of Lichfield, antient
and modern, 421. Remark-
escapes with Bishop Newton, &c. 422.
Pre-eminence of Zurich among
287. Lucerné, 290. Basil, ib. Curious, observations on the
experiments on, 566.
ot Lucretius, 328.
tjent royal tribes of, 253. The
family of Gruffudd, (or Gryf.
instances of injustice and op- War, account of the operations of
General, manner of
to an over-hasty inclination 10
emigrate to that country, ib.
His account of the laudable at.
of birds of Africa continued, 558, njans to the proper punishment
on the unusual horizontal re- bereditary depravity ably con-
ably supported and enforced in on waste lands, 183.
buncle, 67. :
cartney'sembassy,by Cossigny, See Athenian Leiters.
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