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Gold, See Bank-Notes. Japanese, account of, in 1611,
their policy, 55.
visit to, 353.
worship of, 23.
dotes of, 271.
to, 285. 342.
story of, 86.
guages of, 24. Antient and
Charles I., ruled by her French ing, 383
Infancy, ode to the scenes of, 63.
progress of, 536. Its dread.
Insects, century of, 261. From
properly so called, de-
Johnson, Dr., his great excel-
ity in verbal argument, 249.
of, and of his great military
Jordan, river, new and authentic
Irvine, Lieut., on the Gipsey and
ful treaty with France for the Isaure, Clementia, her institu-
tion of the floral games of
Italy, transactions in the Re-
century, &c. 485. Reflec-
tions on the modern condition Mackintosh, Sir James, bis dis-
at Bombay, 16. On a vocabu.
lary of Indian languages, 24.
Mackmurdo, Lieut., on the wor-
ship of an Indian idol, 23.
Mahomedan sects and mysticism,
Mainotes, anecdote of their de-
dow of a farmer in that state, rank, 287
Malcolm, Sir John, on some sects
Malthus, Mr., his tenets at.
sects, 261. On insects from Malus, M., obs. on his theory
of double refraction, 180.
Mariana, Juan de, his statement
count of, his assassination, 542.
Marlborough, the great Duke of,
anecdotes of his meanness as
Marryat, Capt., on two new
Mary, Queen of Scots, her verses
her indifference to the fate of
her father, James II., 273.
fluence on natural phænome- Mavalipuram, near Madras, ac-
count of the ruins at, 392.
pelier, oath there taken by
his degree, 482.
Menu, Institutes of, obs.on, 384.
closing of its flowers, 522.
ed, 57 •
Missions of the Moravians to of the Lord's Prayer recom-
a Sanskrit Pater-noster, 158,
of the genus Terebella, 258. use, 265.
variation of, 376.
interest of Charles II., 116. Persia, obs. on the history and
religion of, 200. Views of
duct and tenets, 307.
ture and force, 311.
obs. on the colony at, 427. 259
count of that author and his Pope, Mr., his imperfect clas-
sical knowlege, 251. Anec-
and persevering attachment Lord Oxford, 254. His great
Popes, dreadful effects of their
Of Bagdad, 280. Remarks on
Prayer, obs. on, 172.
Lord's Prayer, 173.
marks on, 183
Property, among the peasantry
Prussia, obs. on the military
force and operations of, in
Rackett, Mr., on the red viper,
visit to, 342.
Reflection, on past conduct, Salisbury, Mr., on Lycopodiun:
Salsette, account of the caves in,
Irregularity of, at the winter. Salt, Mr.. on the caves in Sal.
tems of, 49. General, remarks Sand, Charles Louis, his assas.
sination of Kotzebue, 148.
Reflections on, 151.
armies, reasons for, 461.
, on the dip and va-
riation of the magnetic needle,
Shells, description of two new
Sheppard, Mr., on the pedes scan-
description of, 392.
racter vindicated, and parti- from the charge of being paid
Rachael, Lady, her high Smith, Sir J., on two species of
Tordylium, 259. On Rhizo-
morpha medullaris, 261.
from that court to Persia, 351. riations of the obliquity of the
state, 397. Better prospects,
of the compass-needles, 184. tion in, ib.
his captivity by the Mainotes,
Staunton, Sir George, his trans-
lation of two Chinese edicts, Velocity of balls, &c., remarks
Venetians, bravery of, in a sea-
Vermes, obs. on the class of,
Vestris, the dancer, supposed
Obs. on the date of the tem- Viper, red, obs. on, 259.
Vladimir Monomachos, an early
Urns, sepulchral, in Persia, ac-
count of, 23.
mended and enforced, 305. of the French Revolution, mi-
the North Foreland, obs. on, Waterloo, battle of, described by
a Highland soldier, 220.
tiating with the French court,
England, described, 86. Wordsworth, Mr., burlesque pa-
rody of his writings, 323.
Wrede, Baron, on the festival of
Wycherley, the poet, anecdotes
of, 254, 255.
America, anecdote of, 330.
Young, Dr., on errors in physi.
to that island recommended, Youth, poetic address to, 439.
Condé, his fate poetically de- meaning, &c. 389.
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