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tion of, 521.
Bible, importance of a translation Carlisle, Mr. account of a mon,
strous Lamb, 85.
and on Cary, Mr. state of the case in his
copying his Itinerary, &c. 46.
tions of finite Differences, 508. in dying cotton, 518.
Mr. Bere, 203. The dispute 401.
tions for preparing a similar
particulars concerning, 159. letter to M. Vauquelin on
Mr. Hatchett's discovery of a
190. The character of the Children, physical education of,
Anec- the Jews who accused himn of a
Clergy, the expediency of their
construction discussed, 323. Cluvier, M. his memoir on the
ed by Mr. Hatchett, 529.
markable Greek sepulchral mo-
amusement, practised only by Dr. Garthshore, 34.
his account of an
iron liead of a spear was found
111. 221. 335. 447.
tracting real indigo from woad,
tive to, 407.
moon, 514. His experiments Dying of cotton. Sce Chaptal.
sentiments in favour of the
peace, &c. 213.
relative to the practice of In- habitants and the Ottoman des-
potism, 59. Curious account
life and works of M. Lemon. to destroy the pyramids of
Electricity. See Wollaston. See
On Events, military, in the French
and of his works, 510. Fætus, changes in the organs of.
France, state of, in her present
lars relating to the education 189. Historical events relative
of, 133. See also Sicard. to the kingdom of, See Clovis,
Normal schools lately es-
Military events of the
the danger of keeping phos- lative to many of the principal
sacrificed at the beginning
cury in the small-pox, 519. Memoirs of the late
brief statement of, 402. Mr. 541.
racterized, 234, 237
in Suffolk, 30. Supposed to
ties found there, 30. Of the
See also Tous. Garat, M. his lecture on the
analysis of the understanding,
Gillies, Dr. attacked on account Hulme, Dr. his experiments on
of his translation of Aristotle's light, &c. 298.
Hyacinthus, &c. See Leroux.
ibid. Mr. G's, defence, 255. Indigo, project for extracting it
from woad, 500
able institution for the preven.
tion of, in Germany, 42.
Ireland, the Roman Catholic fa.
milies of, said to have not yet
the rebellions in Ireland, 275
---286. See also Littlebales. See
Gordon's History of the
high treason, as recorded by work commended, 375.
Irrigation, national advantages of,
Italy, travels in, 492. Extract
new metal called Columbium, cerning, 493
nagement in the maintenance
of that place, 430,
additional observations, ascent of sap in trees, 295.
the classes of birds, 520.
chæologia, concerning his fruit. lecture in the Normal school,
tragic writers, 483. On writers
the antient Greek Tragedies,
Mercurials. See Small-pox.
of forming ammonia, 529. Errant', 38. 41.
Seç from Mr. Marsh's translation
of his Introduction to the New
the origin and composition of
Mines, military, mem. concerning,
Home, Esq. 83. Bakerian, Miracles, that difficult subject
freely discussed in the French
scribed, 506. account of an Monge, Professor, his lecture on
See also p. 465.
ture of the different styles of
of the hyacinthusnon scriptus,524. county, 116. Remarkable ob-
various bodies. See Hulme. in Monmouthshire, 117.
to Sir R. Musgrave, on the the theory of, 514.
the Irish Rebellion, 278. substances, when approaching
Muller, General, good character
Musgrave, Sir Richard, a zealous
anti-revolutionist, in regard to
considered and defined, 416. land, 275. His doctrines and
to a noble Earl, 329, 339, 331.
blishments made by English
Napion, M. on a new method of
in the art of Mining, in fortifi- copper, in base coin, 528.
Nile, battle of, Mr. Fitzge.
picture of him mistakenly 172.
Nocturnal, or tournal of Dreams,
tion of, 141.
accommdations for strangers,
dens, promenades, &c. 145.
existence of in sugar, 525.
founded by St. Cæsar, Bp. of Picturesque, idea of that term, as
used by painters, 257.
of his voyage round the world,
the first circumnavigator, 475.
their morals, &c. 166. In.
of, favorable and unfavorable increasing numbers and dis-
tresses, 167. Their miseries
his heroic epistles, 327. Ex. played, 311-314. Improved
management in the maintenance
Strictures on the poor laws,432.
Porcelain, painting on, memoirs
on colours for, sog.
On tinctures motions of substances ap-
ner of employing his learned
leisure in America, 53.
His de for their marriage, 109.
Prizes, mathemat. mem, on the
litigal conduct with respect to Proteus Anguinus, a doubtful ani-
mal, described, 302.
mercial interests, 429.
of some famous characters on
lents and wise government, 391. Quakers, or “ Society of Friends,"
appeal to, relative to the