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Constant de Rebecque, M. ac- Egypt, campaign of the English
count of, 506.

in that country misrepresented
Cook, Captain, discovery of his

by Ali Bey, 47.
narrow escape from assassi. Elastic surfaces, obs. on, 536.
nation at the Friendly Islands, Electricity, See Poisson.

England, opinions of its consti-
Coray, Dr. a modern Greek, no tution, and of its conduct in
tice of, 511.

the American war, by Dr.
Corn-laws, remarks on, 327.

Franklin, 22. 135.
Corundum, Swedish, account of, Esmark, Professor, on a new ore

of Tellurium, 258.
Corvorant, crested, anecdotes of, Eton, Provost of, dialogue re-

specting that office, between
Côte Rotie, on the wines of, 472. Henry VIII, and Sir T.
Crystals, See Biot.

Wyatt, 405.
Curse,poetic, by Lord Byron, 302. Evening-star, verses to, 95.
Cuvier, M. his eulogies on De-
sessarts and Cavendish, 531.

Cyperex, on that family of plants,

Farmers, observations on their

general capital, 327.
Dallas, Mr. his vindication of the Feder, J. G. H. account of, 460.

Jesuits controverted, 269. Ferguson, Dr. his extraordinary
Damascus, particulars respect case, 164.
ing, 40.

Fiji, or Fejee, particulars of
Dangeau, Marquis de, specimen

those islanders, 345. 348.
of his diary, 515

Finow, king of the Tonga Islands,
Decazes, Minister of Police in account of, 341. 344. 346.351
France, notice of, 505.

Deglutition, observations on, in Fire, mode of kindling, by a na-
hydrophobia, 398.

tive of the Aleutian islands,
Delambre, M. his éloges of Bou-

gainville and of Maskelyne, Fire-Worshippers, a poetic tale,
527. Of Malus and La Grange, character and specimens of,

Delfau, M. his ascent of the Fluid, in the brain, &c. obs. on,
Pic du Midi, 478.

Desessarts, M. eulogy on, 531. Fætus, monstrous, case of, 164.
Diamond, cutting, accountof, 49. Foot, of the horse, remarks on
Dress, obs. on the want of dis.

the diseases of, 436.
tinction in, among the English Forest, submarine, in Somerset-
of the present day, 360.

shire, described, 256.
Dubois, Cardinal, his character, For-hunting, allegorical stric-

by the Marq. de Dangeau, 517 tures on, 362.
Dykes, in the North of Ireland, Franklin, Dr. specimens of his
observations on, 249.

private letters, 20–28. 133-

139. His religious creed, 25.

Frontignan wine, account of, 473.
Earle, Mr. on the influence of Functions, on the calculus of,

the nervous system, 163.
Eberhard, J. A., notice of, 459.

irrational, on the
Edinburgh, history of the Uni Auents of, 58.
versity of, 415.

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of, 234:

marks on, 51.

and on Gout, 48. On the Tad-

pole, 52. On the fossil re-
Gay-Lussac, M. on Iodine, 538. mains of an animal, 54. On
Geronstere water, at Spa, ana the feet of animals moving
lysis of, 159

against the law of gravity, ib.
Glen Tilt, on the geology of, 251. Horner, Mr. on the geology of
Good, remarks on the power

Somersetshire, 255;
man to do good, 23.

Horse, good and bad qualities
Goodlad, Mr. on a tumour in the of, 447. See Foot.
face, 161.

Hottentot, on the anatomical
Government, new, not to be structure of, 162.

formed without faults, 134. Hyde-Park, delights of a fashion-
A virtuous may be a cheap go-

able drive in, 364.
vernment, 135. Remarks on, Hydrocharides, memoir on those

plants, 532
Gout, on the effect of Colchicum Hydrophobia, cases of and ob-
Autumnale in that disease, 48.

servations on, 397.
On the cooling treatment of, Hypersthene, account of that

mineral in the Isle of Sky, 244.
Greeks, modern, on the habits
Account of two

I and J
learned individuals, 511, 512.

Ice, at the bottom of rivers, re-
Gregor, Mr. on Tremolite, 257.
Gunpowder, improved mode of Ice-house, natural, near Besan-

keeping in Walker's patent çon, 480.
barrels, 109.

Jerusalem, account of its great
Guyton-Morveau, M. on Pyro Temple, 37. Of the city, 38.
metry, continued, 532. Jesuits, origin of that order, 270.

Their effect on society dis-

cussed, 272-285.
Hailstone, Mr. on the geology Jews, estimate of their numbers
of Cambridgeshire, 251.

in the whole world, and con-
Hallé, M. on Vaccination, 539.

siderations respecting, 543,
Heat, observations on, 537. 544
Heerat, description of that east Ilderim, his attack on Abdallagh
ern city, 264.

poetically depicted, 372.
Hermitage, account of the wine Inclosure-bill, general, observa-
so called, 472.

tions on, 216.
Hillsborough, Lord, anecdote of, Insects, new species of, 332,333.
by Dr. Franklin, 27.

Interjection, observations on that
Hinda, daughter of an Arab part of speech, 86.

Emir, poetic delineation of, Iodine, memoir on, 538.

Jones, Dr. E. G. on the waters
Hippopotamus, account of, 144. of Spa, 158.
History, antient and modern, Ionian Islands described, 235:

philosophical views of, 1504 Ireland, on the geology of its

N. E. counties, 246. 249.
Holland, Dr.on the manufacture Irish-Inn, dramatic scene in, 317.

of Sulphate of Magnesia, 52. Iron, native, on a mass of, 50.
Home, Sir Ev. on the effects of Ithaca and the neighbouring
medicines through the blood, islands described, 235.


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alogy of Sky, 237. On the
Kant, Prof. account of his sys geology of Glen Tilt, 251.

tem of philosophy, 461. Magnesia, sulphate of, on its
Knight, Mr. T. A. on ice at the

manufacture, 52.
bottom of rivers, 51.

On the Malus, M. memoir of, 535.
action of leaves of plants, ib. Manfred, soliloquy of, 301. Other

Mr. Thomas, on the speeches of, 303-307,
binomial theorem, 57.

Mania, on the traces of it after

death, 398. On its nature,

Lagrange, M. memoir of, 535. Manuscript of Sir T. Wyatt's
Lambert, J. H. account of, 460. poems, in the Harington fa-
Language, English, remarks on,

Marble, statuary, in Scotland,
Languedoc, wines of, 472. On

account of, 252.
the Mistral, a remarkable Marcet, Dr. on the case of Dr.

wind there prevailing, 476. Ferguson, 164.
Larynx, on the ossification of, Marshal, Dr. sketch of his life,

Law, good obs. on the study and Maskelyne, Dr. memoir of, 527.

practice of it by an English Massinger, obs. on his plays, and
barrister, 166. et seq.

on a selection of Beauties from
Laws of England, remarks on,

them, 319
under the allegory of Armata, Maunoir, Prof., on a monstrous
by Lord Erskine, 366.

fætus, 164.
Leaves of Plants, obs. on, 533. Mecca, particulars respecting,
Legs, observations on the cure 29.
of wounds in, 433.

Mendelsohn, Moses, account of,

, ,
Lens, crystalline, on the struc-

ture of, 53

Meteorology, obs. in, 535.
Leverian Museum, its dispersion Mirage, that phænomenon ob-

strongly censured and regret served in the kingdom of
ted, 386.

Caubul, 2, 3. Beautiful poetic
Life, its delusions poetically comparison of it with the de-

compared to the mirage of the ceptions of human life. 379.
deserts, 379.

Said to have been observed in
Light, See Arago, Biot, Brewster.

the South of France, 477.
Limnoria tenebrans, obs. on that Mistral, a curious wind, peculiar
perforating insect, 333.

to Languedoc and Provence,
Lincolnshire-Wolds, geology of, 476.

Mont Blanc, poetically cele-
Lossius, J. C. a writer in oppo-

brated by Lord Byron, 302.
sition to Basedow, 460. Monuments, antient, curious
Loyola, Ignatius, mem. of, 270. cluster of, in Beloochistan,
Lunar Distance, method of 261.
clearing, 414

Morel, Mr.

a gun-shot-
Lute, Blame not my Lute, verses wound, 162.
by Sir T. Wyatt, 408. Mornay, Mr. on a mass of native

iron in Brazil, 50.

Mosaic account of the creation
Mac Culloch, Dr. on the miner-

supposed to have partially




of, 4770

of, 51.

iron, 50:

reached the natives of the Philosophy, antient and modern,
Tonga islands, 356.

sketch of, 450.
Muscles, See Wardrop.

Pic du Midi, dangerous ascent

Pitch-fountain, in France, de-
Natural History, great recom scription of, 480.

mendations of the study of Pitt, Mr. his communications

with Dr. Price on the Sinking
Nervous system, on the influence Fund, 80, 81.
of, 163

Plants, on the action of leaves
Nickel, mode of detecting it in

Plattner, Ernest, account of, 459.
Night, oriental, poetic repre- Poetry, by a native of Afghaua,
sentations of, 375. 379.

translated specimens of, 13,'14.
Nitrat of silver, obs, on its effect,

of England, before the
internally taken, of blackening 16th century, obs. on, and
the skin, 165

specimens of it in the time of

Henry VIII. 124. 129–131.

Poisson, M. on the distribution
Odier, Dr. on the death of Saus of electricity, 527. On elastic
sure, 164

substances, 536.
O'Donnel, General, account of, Pope, documents relative to his

disputes with Bonaparte, 484.
Oil, its use in stilling the waves, Population of Bokhara, 17. Of

310. Its specific gravity a the principal towns under Ali
great obstacle to swimming in

Pacha, 230.
it, 341.

Pouhon water, at Spa, account
Orleans, Regent Duke of, his

character drawn by the Mar. Price, Dr. particulars of his life
quis de Dangeau, 517.

and character, 77.

Privateering, Dr. Franklin's sen-

timents on, 138.
Palestine, description of, 35. Pronoun, English, remarks on,
Patisot, M. on the leaves and 88.

medulla of plants, 533. On Providence, Divine, observations
the Cypereæ, 538.

on the agency of, in particular
Paradise and the Peri, account cases, 438.

and specimens of that poetic Prussia, on the present state of,
tale, 285-290.

Parliaments, annual, shewn to Prussian Edict, written by Dr.
have existed in this country, Franklin in 1773, his anecdote

respecting, 27.
Penitence, beautiful poetic deli- Pudendum, on an affection of,
neation of, 289.

Percy, M. on vaccination, 539. Pyrola Umbellata, on the diure-
Peri, poetic tale of, 285.

tic effects of, 162.
Peshawer, account of that city Pyrometry, continued essay on,
in Caubul, 7.

Phillips, Mr. on the Oxyd of

Uranium, 246.

Ramond, Baron, his meteorolo-
Philo, obs. on the works of, 453. gical observations, 535.


of, 159.



rides, 532.

Reform, Parliamentary, Dr. Shoulder-joint, case of its re-

Franklin's opinion on, 21. moval, 163.
Reimarus, H. S. works of, 460. Sighs, a poem, 96.
Respiration, remarks on

on the Sinde, remarkable form of go-
organs of, 537:

vernmentof that oriental state,
Revolution, French, observations 263

on its causes, 523. On its al- Skey, Dr. on the structure of
leged termination, 524. On the

Barbadoes, 250.
employment of persons who Sky, Isle of, account of its mine-

had been engaged in it, 525. ralogy, 237.
Richard, M. on the Hydrocha- Small-pox, antiquity and pro-

gress of, 72.
Riddle, by Sir T. Wyatt, 409.

Somersetshire, on the geology of,
Rivesaltes, famous sweet wine of, 255.

Somerville, Dr. on the Pyrola
Roget, Dr. on Nitrat of Silver, Umbellata, 162. On anato-

mical peculiarities in the Hot-
Rollock, Mr. first professor in tentot, 162.

the University of Edinburgh, Sovereignty, and government,

maxims respecting, 520.
Ruff account of that bird, and of Spa, on the mineral waters of, 158.
the trade of catching it, 387. Spar-Cave, in the Isle of Sky,

described, 239.

Speech, on the gradual formation
Salt, remarks on the repeal of

of, 85.
the duties on, 201.

Stadion, Count, his intercourse
Salt-mines of Cordona, obs. on, with Wieland, 497. Character

of, 498.
Sandwich-islands, ready appre. Stansfield, Mr. on a fracture of

hension of the natives of, 314. the Os Humeri, 161.
A British vessel presented to Stones, meteoric, obs. on, as
the King of, ib. Remarks on

mentioned in the Psalms, and
the probability of their being by Joshua, 146.
seized as a colony by some of Subscriptions for relieving the
the European powers, 339. poor, good obs. on the appli-

cation of, 330.
Savings'-banks, obs. on, 336.
Saussure, Prof. account of his Sugar-islands, Dr. Franklin's opi-
death, 164.

nion respecting them as colo-

nial possessions, 139.
Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, pedigree

of the Princes of, 68. Por- Sulzer, J: G. memoir of, 459.
· trait of the present Prince, Sun, on the nature of that celes-

tial body, 435:
Sazony, history of the Princes Surrey, Earl of, temp. Henry
of, 64.

VIII. particulars of his life,

and specimens of his poetry,
Scotophaga Ceparum, characters
of that new species of insect, 113—132.1

Swan, wounded, curious physio-

logical facts exemplified in the
Seton, its use in fractures, 161.

case of, 389.
Seymour, Lord Webb, on a cli-

Swedenstierna, M. on the Swedish
nometer, 257

Corundum, 258.
Shoeing of horses, remarks on,

Systéme de la Nature, probably


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