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phers, 362. Observations on
French biography, 465.
Birds, habits of, poetically deli-
neated, 81. See Home.
Blagden, Sir C., on near-sighted-

ness, 77.

Blane, Sir Gilbert, on intermitting
fevers, 298.
Bonaparte supposed to be the
author of the Egyptian expe-
dition, 493. His instruc-
tions to Kleber on quitting the
army, 498. His artful letter to
'the Grand Vizier, 500. His
assassination of the Duke

d'Enghien, 505. His disas-
trous campaign of Moscow,
508. His fatal campaign of
Paris, 53 His character,
515. Stipulations for his fa-
mily, 516.

Book-keeping, observations on, 323.
Bosc, M., on different species of
the Ash, 535.
Bostock, Dr.,on Diabetes Insipidus,
300. On the Bark of the
Coccoloba Uvifera, 301.
Boston, in New England, descrip-
tion of, 252.

Brande, Mr., on alcohol in fer-
mented liquors, 75. On the
effects of magnesia, 16c.
Bree, Dr., on Splenitis, 301.
Brewster, Dr., on properties of
light, 76.

Brinkley, Dr., on Newton's solu-
tion of the problem for finding
the relation between resistance
and gravity, 26. On the pro-
blem for clearing the moon's
apparent distance, 27.
Burckhardt, M., on a reflecting
sextant, 541. His formule
for planetary perturbations,
544. On perfecting Lunar.
tables, ib.

Bullion, tracts relative to, 171.
Burke, Mr., on powers, 29.

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Calvin, remarks on his opinions,

202.

Canadians, their character and
manners, 245-

Canal, of magnificent size, in Scot-
land, 136.

Carolina, South, statistical parti
culars relative to, 251.
Cassegrainian telescope, on the
light of, 155.
Casowary, observations on the
solvent glands of, 74.
Castlereagh, Lord, supposed
poetic epistle from, to Lord
Liverpool, 429.

Catania, account of, 170.
Catherine, of Russia, her generous
conduct to Diderot, 519.
Catholics, obs. on the character
and conduct of, with reference
to the question of their eman-
cipation, 52-60. Portrait of
their religion, 256–268. Re-
marks on the emancipation of,
440.
Cavendish, the author of the life of

Wolsey, supposed to be Georg
and not Sir William C., 218.
Caulincourt, M., his attempted jus-

tification respecting the murder
of the Duke d'Enghien, 504.
Chaptal, M., on the distillation of
Wines, 534. On colors found
at Pompeii, 535.
Charlemagne, supposed poetic ad-
dress to, 318.

Charlestown, account of, 249.
Chevalier, M., on ovarian dropsy,
299. On tying diseased tonsils,
ib. On spontaneous extravasa-
tion, 300.
On a calculus,
301.
Child, illegitimate, verses on, by
its mother, 310.

Chinese, amount of their trade
with Japan, 280.

Church, antient, obs. on the go-
vernment of, 193.

Clanny, Dr., on lights in coal-
mines, 160.

Calculus, from the groin, case of, Claude, of Turin, obs. relative to,

305.

198.

Clean-

Cleanliness, its supposed effect in
improving the intellect, 404.
Clergy, of Ireland and Scotland,

See Ireland. See Scotland.
Coal mines, on the lights in, 160.
Coccoloba Uvifera, on the bark of,
301.

Cold, on the production of, 162.

In Canada, described, 242.
Colors found at Pompeii, notice
of, 535-

Condamine, M. de la, anecdote
of, 518.

Condenser, and air-pump, new con-
struction of, 157-
Coray, M., obs. on his history of
medicine and translation of
Theophrastus, 453,454. Let
ter from, to M. Chardon de la
Rochette, 455-

Cork, account of that city, 129.
Corn-laws, discussion respecting
alterations in, 407-415-
Cotes's theorem, on an application
of, 78.
Country-Banker obliged to pay

his
notes in cash, if demanded, 172.
Crickmore, Mr., his improved Cas-
segrainian and Gregorian Teles-
copes, 155.
Crystals, on the elementary par-
ticles of, 72.

Curry, Dr., his case of remitting

ophthalmia, 302.

Cuvier, M., his report of dis-
coveries in natural philosophy,
&c., 532. On a memoir of
Dr. Gall on the brain, 533.
Cynanche laryngea, memoir on,
3c0.

D

D'Alembert, anecdotes relating
to, 526.

Davy, Sir H., on a new detonat-
ing compound, 69. 161. On
Fluor-spar, 163.

Debtors, among the Mahrattas,
forced to pay by the mode
called sitting dhurna on them,
398.

Deity, on the character of, 295.

His glory, how promoted in
the lives of his creatures, 297,
Delambre, M., his report on the
mathematical sciences, 539.
541. On the life, &c., of
Berthoud, 541.

Deluge, observations on the Mosaic
account of, 227.

Depravity, of human nature, ob-
servations on, 294.
Desmarest, M., on a new stock-
ing-frame, 534.
Detonating Compound, memoir on
a new one, 69. 161.
Dhurna, See Debtors.
Diabetes Insipidus, obs. on, 300.
Dick, Sir James, his account of
the Duke of York's shipwreck,
384.

Diderot, M., generously treated

by the Empress of Russia, 519.
Differences, on finding the orders
of, 32.

Divorce, regulations relating to,
in the Code Napoleon, 66.
Drama, of the Germans, observa-
tions on, 269.
Duelling, its prevalence in Ame-
rica, 251.

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Equations, on finding divisors of,
34.
Exports and imports of England
in the years 1805—9. 175.
Extravasation, spontaneous, on a
case of, 300.

F

Farewell:
: verses by Mr. Moore,
186.

Farre, Dr. on cynarche laryngea,
300.

Fat in the intestines, on the for-
mation of, 158.
Fevers, intermittent, facts relative
to, 298.

Flowers, poetic enumeration of,
83.

Fluids, animal, essay on, 301.
Fluor-spar, on substances pro-
duced in processes on, 163.
Fourcroy, M., on animal mucus,
535

France, obs. on the laws of, and

on the Code Napoleon, 62-68.
Franklin, Dr., anecdote of, 531.
Freezing, at a distance, on a me-
thod of, 73.

Fungus, See Earle, Lawrence,
Langstaff.

Furs, on the trade in, by the
Canadians, 241.

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Gall, Dr., report on his memoir
on the brain, 533.
Garrick, David, eulogized by a
foreigner, 520.

Gastric glands, on the coagula-
ting power of the secretion of,
75.

Geography, antient, plan for illus-
trating, 19.
Geology, observations on the im-
portance of, 236.
Germany, observations on the liter-

ature of, 269-275.
Glammis, in Forfarshire, account
of that parish, 137.
Glands and gizzards of carnivo-
rous birds, obs. on. 74, 75.

Glands, bronchial, on the colour-
ing matter of, 158.
Glory of God, how promoted in
the lives of his creatures, 297.
Goethe, obs. on his dramas, 271.
Compared with Schiller, 272.
Gold-coin, tracts relative to, 171.
Golden age compared to the
state of Adam and Eve in Pa
radise, 226.

Goldoni, the dramatic writer, life
of, 467—476.
Government, free, alone suited to
the happiness and improvement
of man, 418.

Greeks, modern, character of, 9.
Their physicians, 12. Remarks
on their persons and habits,
349. Ceremony of betrothing
among, 351. On the language
of, 352.

Greenland, account of seamen left
there, 381.

Guyton, M., on Pyrometry, 538.

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Homer, conjectural emendation of
a passage in the 22d Iliad, 143.
Horace, criticism on a line of, 455.
Huet, Bishop, his discussion on

Greek Romances praised, 462.
Humphreys, Col, on a variety in
the sheep, 75.

I and J

Japan, particulars rel. to, and to
the Russian embassy thither,
276-283. Singular state of
seclusion of the Japanese, 283.
Jay, Mr., some account of, 255.
Jesso, account ofthe nativesof, 284.
Imports, See Exports.

India, obs. on the plan of sending
missionaries to, 312. 323 444.
Indulgences, the scandalous sale of,
in Germany, 265.

Ioannina, account of that city, 338.
Johnson, Dr., obsverations on his
character, 151.

Ireland, civil and ecclesiastical
divisions of, 127. Bank of,

See Bank.

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Laconia, account of, 5.
Lady, verses to, 431.
Lagrange, M., on the variations
of the elements of the planets,
543. On the variation of ar-
bitrary quantities, ib. 544.
Lakes of Italy and Britain com-
pared, 37:

Kleber, Gen., his letters from

Egypt to the Directory, 497.
Kotzebue, character of his dramas,
273.

L
La Billardiere, See Billardiere.
Labour, premature, on the pro-
priety of inducing, 300.

Langstaff, Mr., on Fungus Hama-
todes, 302.

Lassus, M., account of, 533.
Last day of the year, verses on, 84.
Latium, description of, 20.
Lawrence, Mr, on fungous tu-

mours, 299.

Laws, codes of, obs. on, and on

the Napoleon system of. 61.
Lessing, obs, on his works, 269.
Life-preservers, in cases of ship-
wreck, various inventions of,
385-388.

Light, on properties of, 76. Poetic

invocation to, 82

Lights, in coal-mines, new plan
for, 160.

Lime stone, primitive, obs. on, 231.
London criticized by a foreigner,
478.
Longi ude, on determining the dif-

ference of, in two places, 25.
On determining at sea, 27.
Longus, obs. on his romance, 463.
Lunar tables, on perfecting them,
544.

Luther, obs. on his tenets, 202.

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Marriage, laws relating to, in the
Code Napoleon, 65.
Martinique, picture of the scenery
in, 482.

Masks, four Italian, history of
their introduction and meaning,

472.

May, that month poetically de-
picted, 80.

Mendoza, Mr., observations on his
method of finding the longi.
tude at sea, 27.
Merriman, Dr., on difficult par-
turition, 299. On premature
labour, 300.
Mes.ina, description of 168.
Micrometer, with a single lens, de-
scription of, 78.

Milan, particulars rel. to, 35.
Mind, observations on the study
of the, 402.

Mirbel, M., on the growth, &c.
of vegetables, 536. On their
anatomy, 537.
Missionary, to India, instructions
to, 437.
Mistra, account of, 7.
Monarchy, observations on that

form of government, 410.
Mooburrum, a religious ceremony
among the Mahrattas, 400.
Moon, apparent distance of, on
the problem for clearing, 27.-
See Hamilton.
Morea, character of the inha-

bitants of, 9. Its climate, 11.
Morveau, See Guyton.
Moscow, sufferings of the French
army in their retreat from, 508.
Moses, obs. on the credibility of,

as an historian, 225.
Mucus, animal, essay on, 535.
Mural Circle, in Greenwich ob

servatory, remarks rel. to, 152.
Music, obs. on the notation of,
90. 104. 334.

N

Narwhale, on the tusks of, 78.
Negroes, case of a ship navigated
to Europe by a black captain
and crew, 327.

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Palermo, account of, 167.
Palm, on a new genus of, 536.
Pannard, M., anecdote of, 530.
Pantaloon, See Masks.
Paper-currency, tracts rel. to, 171.
Amount of, in 1807, 8, 9, and
10., 174.

Parkinson, Mr., on diseased Ap
pendix Vermiformis, 299.
Parturition, difficult, case of, 299.
Patras, account of, 4. Dinner of
a Greek of rank situated in the
neighbourhood of, 348.
Paulicians, obs. on that sect, 197.
Pearson, Dr., on the matter of

the Bronchial glands, 158.
Peter, St., discussion whether he

was Bishop of Rome, 259.
Philip, Dr., on an affection of the

organs of respiration, 3c2.
Pinkney, General, his respectable

character, 255.

Piron, M. anecdotes of, 522.
Plagiary, that term oddly applied,
525.

Plane trees, Oriental and Occi-
dental, obs. on, 88.
Planets, See Lagrange. See Burck-
hardt.
Planting, obs. on, 85.

Platea,

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