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Platea, remarks on the field of Rouelle, M, account of, 525.

battle of, 347.
Poet's tomb, verses on, 189.
Poisson, M., an extraordinary
young mathematician, 539.
Pond, Mr., on the summer and
winter solstices of 1812 and
1813, and Catalogues of fixed
stars, 151, 152.
Pope Benedict IV., anecd. of, 517.
Popes, obs. on the character and
conduct of, 39. 53. 259.
Population,of Argos, 8. Of Milan,
35. Of Scotland, 135.
Of
Messina, 169: Of Quebec,
&c. 244. Of New York, 248.
Of Charlestown, 249.
Of
Ioannina, 338.
Poussielgue, M., his letter to the
Directory from Egypt, 493.
Powers, essay on, 29.
Predestination, obs. on, 95.
Prepositions, English, obs. on,304.
Property, real and personal, ob-
servations on laws rel. to, 67.
Punctuation, remarks on, 307.
Pyrometry, essay on, 538.

Quantities, arbitrary, on the varia-
tion of, 543- 544.
Quebec, account of, 239.
R
Ramond, M., his 3d mem. on the
measurement of heights, 543.
Red face, remarks on that com-
plaint, 379;

Reformation, the, on its causes, in-
fluence, &c., 261-264
Religion, obs. on establishments

of, 425.

Religions, of Europe, sketchof, 17.
Remains, organic, found near
Brentford, 157.
Respiration, organs of, on an af-
fection of, 302.
Rheumatism, chronic, case of, 302.
Romances, Greek, essays on, 460.
Rome, see of, obs. on its preten

sions to apostolic origin and
general domination, 53. 259.
Rose, verses on the last Rose of
Summer, 185. Ode to, 530.
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Rousseau, J.J., anecdotes of, 524.
Russia, its circumnavigating ex-
pedition, and embassy to Japan,
114—125. 275-288.

S

Sachalin, obs. on the coast of, 285.
St. Lawrence, scenery on the
banks of that river, 243.
St. Lucia, its great insalubrity,
487.
Saline substance from Mount
Vesuvius, obs. on, 162.
Satisfaction, observations on the
doctrine of, 332.
Scabies, or itch, obs. on, 377.
Schiller, rem. on his dramas, 269.

Compared with Goethe, 272.
Scilly Islands, account of, 139.
Scindiah, or Seendhiya, the Mah-

ratta chief, character of, 397.
Scotland, provisions for the clergy
of, 134. Population and size
of, 135. Its grand canal, 136.
Self, obs. on the propensity to

magnify the idea of self, 405.
Sextant, reflecting, report on, 541.
Sheep, on a variety of, 75.
Shamrock, verses in praise of, 184.
Ships, registered, in the British
dominions, in 1805. 176.
Shipwreck, See Life-preservers.
Sicily, its deficiency of roads, 165.

Observations on the inhabitants
of, ib. On its metropolis, 167.
Sight, near and distant, observa-
tions on, 70. 77.

Slave trade, yet practised, 326.
Obs. on, as remaining to the
French, 329.
Small-pox, treatment of, among
the negroes, 487.
Smithson, Mr., on Ulmin, 73. On
a saline substance, 162.
Solstices, See Pond.
Speaking, public, rules for, 391.
Splenitis, on the cure of, 301.
Squalus Maximus, additional ob

servations on, 160.
Stars, fixed, catalogues of, 152.
Strata, obs. on, 228-235.
Sulphur, on the alcohol of, 159.

Supers

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Superstition, founded on meteorolo-
gical phænomena, obs.on, 374.

T

Tarshish and Ophir, obs. on the
position of, 211.
Taylor, the learned, of Norwich,
account of, 367.
Telescope, See Kater.

Testament, Secret, of the Athe-
nians, letter respecting, 455.
Testicle, diseased, case of, 299.
Tetzel, his scandalous traffic in
Indulgences, 265.

Thebes, its decayed state, 343-
Tonsils, diseased, on a method of
tying, 299.

Trent, Council of, observations on
its results, 58.
Trimmer, Mr., on organic re-
mains near Brentford, 157.
Tripolizza described, 3.
Troad, observations on, 349.
Truth, epigram on, 522.
Turin, its university preferred to
that of Geneva, 38.
Turner, Dr., his letter to Dr.
Charlett, 367.

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V and U

Vauquelin, M., on animal mucus,
535.
Vegetables, inquiry into their
power of sensation, 45. On

the growth of, 536, 537.
Ventenat, M., account of, 533.
Verbs, irregular, obs. on, 305.
Verses, amatory, specimen of,
146. From the Irish and
Scotish melodies, 184-190.
From Gustavus Vasa, 291.
"To an illegitimate child, 310.
To a lady, 431.
Vesuvius, Mount, on a saline
substance from, 162.
Vigilantius, a presbyter of the
church in the 5th century,
work lost, 197.

his

Villoison, M., memoir of, 457.
Ulmin, observations on, 73.
Voltaire, anecd. of, 522, 523,524.
Ureters, on the muscles of, 301.
Urine, on the influence of alka-
lies and acids on, 160.
Vulcano Islands, in the Pacific
Ocean, observations on their
supposed existence, 275.

W

Waldenses, on the origin of, 200.
Waldo, Peter, an account of, ib.
Ware, Mr., on near and distant
sight, 70. 77.

Washington Islands, or Marquesas,
account of, 115.

Water, on the effects of subter-
raneous currents of. 233.
Werner, observations on his drama-
tic writings, 273.

West Indies, medical hints to per-
sons newly arrived there, 485.
Whale, See Squalus.

Wild, Henry, account of, 367.
Wines, on the distillation of, 534.
Wires, on drawing them extremely
fine, 77.

Wolf, early habits of, 49.
Wollaston, Dr., on the elementary
particles of crystals, 72. On
freezing at a distance, 73. On
drawing fine wires, 77.
single-leas micrometer, 78.
Wolsey, See Cavendish.
Wood-stone, on the production of,

222.

Y

On a

Yarrow, in the county of Sel-
kirk, account of, and of Mary
Scott," the Flower of Yar-
row," 138.

Telloly, Dr., on a case of Anæs-
thesia, 300.

York, D. of, afterward James II.,
shipwrecked in his passage to
Scotland, 384.

END OF VOL. LXXIV, OF THE NEW SERIES.

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