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Constant de Rebecque, M. ac- Egypt, campaign of the English
in that country misrepresented
by Ali Bey, 47.
England, opinions of its consti-
the American war, by Dr.
Franklin, 22. 135.
of Tellurium, 258.
specting that office, between
Farmers, observations on their
general capital, 327.
Jesuits controverted, 269. Ferguson, Dr. his extraordinary
Fiji, or Fejee, particulars of
those islanders, 345. 348.
Finow, king of the Tonga Islands,
tive of the Aleutian islands,
the diseases of, 436.
shire, described, 256.
by the Marq. de Dangeau, 517 tures on, 362.
private letters, 20–28. 133-
139. His religious creed, 25.
Frontignan wine, account of, 473.
the nervous system, 163.
irrational, on the
Part II. 54
marks on, 51.
and on Gout, 48. On the Tad-
pole, 52. On the fossil re-
against the law of gravity, ib.
Horse, good and bad qualities
Hottentot, on the anatomical
formed without faults, 134. Hyde-Park, delights of a fashion-
able drive in, 364.
servations on, 397.
mineral in the Isle of Sky, 244.
I and J
Ice, at the bottom of rivers, re-
keeping in Walker's patent çon, 480.
Jerusalem, account of its great
Their effect on society dis-
in the whole world, and con-
siderations respecting, 543,
poetically depicted, 372.
tions on, 216.
Interjection, observations on that
Emir, poetic delineation of, Iodine, memoir on, 538.
Jones, Dr. E. G. on the waters
philosophical views of, 1504 Ireland, on the geology of its
N. E. counties, 246. 249.
of Sulphate of Magnesia, 52. Iron, native, on a mass of, 50.
alogy of Sky, 237. On the
tem of philosophy, 461. Magnesia, sulphate of, on its
On the Malus, M. memoir of, 535.
Mr. Thomas, on the speeches of, 303-307,
Mania, on the traces of it after
death, 398. On its nature,
Marble, statuary, in Scotland,
account of, 252.
wind there prevailing, 476. Ferguson, 164.
practice of it by an English Massinger, obs. on his plays, and
on a selection of Beauties from
Mendelsohn, Moses, account of,
Meteorology, obs. in, 535.
strongly censured and regret served in the kingdom of
Caubul, 2, 3. Beautiful poetic
compared to the mirage of the ceptions of human life. 379.
Said to have been observed in
the South of France, 477.
to Languedoc and Provence,
Mont Blanc, poetically cele-
brated by Lord Byron, 302.
iron in Brazil, 50.
Mosaic account of the creation
supposed to have partially
reached the natives of the Philosophy, antient and modern,
sketch of, 450.
Pic du Midi, dangerous ascent
Pitch-fountain, in France, de-
mendations of the study of Pitt, Mr. his communications
with Dr. Price on the Sinking
Plants, on the action of leaves
Plattner, Ernest, account of, 459.
translated specimens of, 13,'14.
of England, before the
specimens of it in the time of
Henry VIII. 124. 129–131.
Poisson, M. on the distribution
disputes with Bonaparte, 484.
310. Its specific gravity a the principal towns under Ali
Pouhon water, at Spa, account
character drawn by the Mar. Price, Dr. particulars of his life
and character, 77.
Privateering, Dr. Franklin's sen-
timents on, 138.
medulla of plants, 533. On Providence, Divine, observations
on the agency of, in particular
and specimens of that poetic Prussia, on the present state of,
tic effects of, 162.
Ramond, Baron, his meteorolo-
Reform, Parliamentary, Dr. Shoulder-joint, case of its re-
Franklin's opinion on, 21. moval, 163.
on the Sinde, remarkable form of go-
vernmentof that oriental state,
on its causes, 523. On its al- Skey, Dr. on the structure of
had been engaged in it, 525. ralogy, 237.
gress of, 72.
Somersetshire, on the geology of,
Somerville, Dr. on the Pyrola
mical peculiarities in the Hot-
the University of Edinburgh, Sovereignty, and government,
maxims respecting, 520.
Speech, on the gradual formation
Stadion, Count, his intercourse
hension of the natives of, 314. the Os Humeri, 161.
mentioned in the Psalms, and
cation of, 330.
nion respecting them as colo-
nial possessions, 139.
of the Princes of, 68. Por- Sulzer, J: G. memoir of, 459.
tial body, 435:
VIII. particulars of his life,
and specimens of his poetry,
Swan, wounded, curious physio-
logical facts exemplified in the
case of, 389.
Swedenstierna, M. on the Swedish
Systéme de la Nature, probably