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Abington Pigots, evils of its inclosure bill,

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by, 314.
Aikin, (Miss) 56.
Alexander I. of Scotland, 332—Alexander

II., 334_Alexander III., his reign an
interesting period of Scottish history,
335—Defeats Haco of Norway, 339—

his misfortunes and death, 340.
Ali, (Makomet of Egypt) singular plot

against his life, 458.
Ali, (Pasha of Yanini) account of, 466.
Allen, (w.) Home Colonies, 522.
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cans respecting England, 422—their
schools and colleges, 423–system of
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party in elections, 431--operation of the
democratic principle on the administra-
tion of justice, 433-difference between
the Americans and English as to moral
feeling, 437--women held in low estima-
tion, 437-cause of this, 438-excessive
Use by the Americans of ardent spirits,
ibid. - English America capable of de
fending itself against the United States,
439— American carnival, 441-estate of
New Harmony, 442–preference given
in America to the episcopal church, 445

lessons and examples of their ances-
tors not wholly abandoned by the Ameri-

cans, ibid.
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Ava, Mr. Crawfurd's Journal of an Embassy

to the Court of, 27-Ava, as described
by Marco Paolo, 28-visited by Mendez
Pinto, whose account Mr. Crawford
deems unfaithful, 29–Mission of Mr. /
Higginson to ibid.-Mission to, of Colo

nel Symes, 30-Mr. Crawfurd's appoint-
ment and suite, ibid.-picture of the
country viewed by him on his way, 31--
gives an account of the celebrated petro-
leum wells, ibid. --curious specimens of
petrified wood and fossil bones of animals
collected by him, 33—his reception at
Ava, 34-Burmese notions of dignity,
ibid.-visited in his steam-boat by the
king's ministers, ibid.-treaty of com-
merce, consisting of twenty-two articles,
reduced by their pertinacity to four, 35
-commendable patience of Mr. Craw-
furd in this proceeding, ibid.-singular
punishments to which these ministers are
subjected by the king, 36-character of
the king, 38 - barbarous amusement
practised by him of riding upon a man's
shoulders, ibid.-hall of audience de-
scribed, 41-presentation of the ambas-
sador, and amusement that followed, ibid.
-water-festival of the Burmese, consist-
ing of boat-racing, described, 42-
amusements of the Burmese, 43-Bur-
man punishments, ibid.- frightful picture
of the brutal ferocity of this people, 45
-their chandalas, or persons appointed
to burn the bodies of the dead, 46_bar-
barous custom as to a wife dying in child.
bed, ibid.-funeral of a priest, ibid.--no-
tions of the Burmese on the subject of
disease, and other physical evils, 47-
degraded class among them, denominated
slaves of the temples, 48—their different
tribes and respective practices, ibid. -
state of the peasantry, 49-little progress
of the Burmese in the useful arts, or in
the higher branches of literature, ibil.
their notions of religion, 50_their pub-
Jic records, 51-curious specimen of the
fidelity of these records in the account
given by the court historiographer of the
war with the English, ibid. --value of
Martaban ceded to the English at the
close of this war, 51-Mr. Crawfurd's
address to the Burmese in announcing
the event of the cession, 52-mistaken
in his supposed policy of our keeping
possession of Rangoon, 53-value of the
m ap attached to his work, ibid.


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