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Character, Manners, Customs, Habits, Dress, and Language, of the

Catalonians. [From L'Aborde's View in Spain.]...........: 765 Character, Manners, Customs, and Habits, of the Estramadurans.

From the same....................................... 768 Manners, Habits, Customs, Dress, and Language, of the Andalusians.

From the same...................................... 769 Character, Manners, Customs, &c. of the Murcians. (From the same.]

Character, Manners, Customs, &c. of the Biscayans. (From the same.]

.................................................... 771 Character of the Asturians. [From the same.]...... ...... 774 Character, Manners, Genius, and Language, of the Galicians. (From the same] ...................

...... ib. Character, Manners, Customs, Habits, Dress, and Language, of the Old Castilians. (From the same.] .......

....... 775 Character, Manners, Customs, Habits, Dress, and Language, of the

New Castilians. [From the same.] ................ ....... 776 Character, Manners and Customs, of La Mancha. (From the same.) 777 Character, Manners, Customs, Dress, and Language, of the Aragonese.

From the same....................................... ib. Character, Manners, Habits, and Customs, of the Valencians. (From

the same.]............................................ 778 Character, Manners, Customs, and Habits, of the Spaniards in general. [From the same.].............

........ 782

NATURAL HISTORY.

Account of the Dissection of a Human Fætus, in which the Circulation

of the Blood was carried on without a Heart. By Mr. B. C. Brodie. [From the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of

London. for 1809.7.......... .. .. .............. 789 On the Origin and Formation of Roots. By T. A. Knight, Esq.

F.R.S. [From the same.] ....nviron............... 793 On the Effects of Westerly Winds in raising the Level of the British

Channel. By James Rennel, Esq. F.RS. [From the same.] .. 797 Circumstances relative to Merino Sheep, chiefly collected from the Spa

nish Shepherds who attended those of the flock of Pouler, lately presented to his Majesty by the government of Spain; and also respecting the Sheep of the flock of Negrette, imported from Spain by his Majesty in 1791. By Sir Joseph Banks, President of the Royal Society of London. [From Part II. Vol. VI. of Communications to the

Board of Agriculture.] .... ........................... 799 On the Advantages to be derived from Heath in the Feeding of Stock,

and on the Importance of the Maple-tree, by the Rev. James Hall.

[From the same....................................... 806 Fishes of Surinam. [From the Narrative of Baron Albert Von Sack, Chamberlain to his Prussian Majesty.) .................;.. 809

Uses

Uses of Insects in Tropical Climates. (From the same.].......... 814 On the Icy Crust formed on Glass Windows during a severe Frest. By

Mr. J. Graham. of Berwick-upon-Tweed. [From the Philosephics

Magazine for March, 1809.7............................ $:. On the lethargic Sleep incident to certain Animals. From the L

bours of the French National Institute.) .................. si. On the Generation, and other obscure Facts in the Natural Histora

the common Eel. By Mr. J. Carr, of Manchester. (From the Pa

losophical Magazine for October, 1809.] .................. &lt Electrical Eels. [From Humbold's View of the Equatorial Regions,

....................................................11 The Mermaid seen on the coast of Caithness. [Letter from Mies No kay, daughter of the Rev. David Mackay, Minister of Reay, to Ms

Innes Dowager, of Sandside.] ......................... $i Eaters of Earth. [From Humbold's Physical View of the Equatoriai Regions .........................

......... 82 Situation and Climate of the City of Marocco. (From Mr. Jackso

Account of the Empire of Marocco.] ..................... th.

USEFUL PROJECTS.

Sketch of a Plan for improving the Royal Institution, and erecting

on a permanent Foundation ........ An Invention for writing by means of Copies engraved on Slates. (From

Transactions of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Many

factures, and Commerce. Vol. XVII.] ...... .............. 520 The Thanks of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c. er

voted to Mr. S. Roberts, Chairman of a Committee appointed at se field for encouraging the Sweeping of Chimnies without the use it

Climbing-boys. (From the Transactions of the Society.]...... The Silver Medal given by the Society for the Encouragement of Arts,

8c. was this Session voted to the Rev. James Hall, of Chesunt-wes, Walthamstow, for preparing from Beanstulks a substitute for Her A written Communication was received from him by the Society of de Subject, and Samples of the Fibres are preserved in the Society's like pository. The following are Certificates of Mr. Hall's Statements

..................................... Simple Means of correcting the Damp in Coal-mines. (From ti

Monthly Magazine.] ....... On the Propriety of establishing Parochial Shops in Country bike

tricts. [From the Universal Magazine for Aug. 1809.) .......

.......... 831

ANTIQUITIES.

Pacification of Lludd- Little Song. Translated from the Welsh )

the Bard Thaliessin, who flourished in the Sixth Century!!

Christine

Christian Æra; with Notes in support of the Opinion, that this little Poem relates, not to the first Colonists of Great Britain, but only to the Invasion by Julius Cæsar. [From Mr. Davies's Mythology and Rites of the British Druids.]....................... 836 onehenge. [From the same.) ............................ 838 zcient British Coins. (From the sume..................... 839 rigin of the Marvellous, or Poetical Machinery of Old England. [From a Letter subjoined to Part II. of Romantic Mythology, entitled Faëry.] ....................................... 840 Coin, perhaps the oldest in the World. [From L'Ambigu ou Varié

tes Litteraires, &c. December, 1809.7 .................... 843 Incient Chimneys. [From L'Ambigu, Nov. 1809. ] .......... 844 Description of the Celebrated Moorish Palace and Fortress of Alham

bra. [From Semple's Second Journey in Spain.] .......... ib.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Observations on the Mohammedan Religion. [From Mr. Jackson's Ac

count of the Empire of Marocco. 7........................ 851 Nature and Effects of a peculiar Species of Plague which depopulated

West Barbary in 1799 and 1800. [From the same.] ........ 853 A Week in Paris. By Lieut.-Colonel Pinkney. [From the Universal

Magazine........................................... 855 Of the Country of Magadha, the Kings of which were Lords Para

mount and Emperours of India for above Two Thousand Years. [.rtracted from an Essay on Anu-Gangam, or the Gangetic Provinces, and more particularly Magad'ha. By Captain J. Wilford. Pube lished in Asiatic Researches, or Transactions, Vol. IX. Printed verbatim from the Calcutta Edition.]........

....... 861 A Country-house--and a House in the Country. [From the Morning

Chronicle, Aug. 26, 1809.) ............................ 865 Parallel between Linnæus and Buffon. [Extracted from the Notes of · Cuvier on the Abbeé de Lille's Three Reigns of Nature.] ... 867 Population. [From the Morning Chronicle.]................ $68

POETRY

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Ode for the New Year, 1809 ..... ........
Ode for his Majesty's Birth-day.June 4 .....
Picture of a Bright Frosty Day ......
A Summer Dawn ....

ib. The Effects of Judicious Culture ....

•• 873 A Description of the Cottager's Occupation in Winter.......... ib. Recommendation of Planting Willows for Basket-making ...... 874 Vol. LI. 3Q

A Family A Family of Cottagers reduced by the Monopolizers of Land to Mig

to a City ........
Highland Reapers returning from a Lowland Harvest ..
The Temple of Reason.........
An African Song .......
Translation from a Sonnet of Metastasio .....
The l'ine and the Yew-tree .............
Reflections of an 0. P. in the Country ...:
Lord Castlereagh and Sir William Curtis.....
Toby Tosspot ........................... ...........
On the IV 'hip Club...
On being Confined to School one Pleasant Morning in Spring..
Song ...............
The Ilandering Boy ..........
Description of a Summer's Eve ..
From Campbell's Gertrude of Wyoming : ....

ACCOUNT OF BOOKS FOR 1809,

Voyage D'Alexander De Humboldt et Aimy Bompland ........ 8 Travels in the North of Europe, containing Observations on some Part of the Coasts of the Baltic and the North Sea. By J. A. De Luc

F.R.S. Translated from the French M155. illustrated with a Ma and Drawings........................................ 901 I View of Spain; comprising a Descriptive Itinerary of each Province, and a general Statistical Account of the Country; including its Population, Agriculture, Commerce, and Finances, its Gorernment, Civil and Ecclesiastical Establishments; the State of the Arts, Sciences and Literature ; ils Manners, Customs, Natural History, &c. Translated fron the French of Alexander de Laborde. In Fire

Volumes ; with an Atlas in a separate and small Volume ...... 90 Histoire des Deux Dernieres Rois de la Maison de Stuart. Par Ch. Ja

For................................................. 915 A Second Journey in Spain. By Robert Semple...... ....... 919 in Account of the Empire of Marocco, and the District of Syse. By James Grey Jackson, Esq. .....

......... State of the Foreign Affairs of Great Britain for the Year 1809. By

Gould Francis Leckie, Esq. ........!

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