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“ sure that is the most impenetrable piece of dignified dull“ ness, that ever any princely family produced. Most of the “ little conversation that used to be extorted from him con“ sisted of inarticulate sounds, like Ah! and Hah! and when“ ever he did deviate into articulation, his words were as bare “ of meaning as his noises generally were of words ; while si fait, nonni, cela se peut, and peut-être, seemed to be all “ the furniture in his whole vocabulary.”

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2 for if r, that.
4 for rould r. should.

2 for blinded r. blended.
13 15 in autré dele accent.
2017 for more r, the more.
21 5 for formed r, found.
45 8 & 9 transpose these and those.
51 17 dele By.
56 12 for afford r. affords,
57 penult. for All the petty subterfuges, breaches of

promise, and mean erasions of a debtor,
must be practised, r. Placed in such
difficult situations, curates may be
tempted to have recourse to all the

petty subierfuges, &c.
64 3 from bottom, afier sick insert semi-

colon, instead of after good curate. • 68 last line, for buncherr. buncher.

79 14 for lie r. falsehood, 85 8 for less r. smaller,

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106 9 insert of between “and our."
129 15 of the note, for Matthew, r. Mathias.
187 17 dele and the purse.
199 17 for strong r. strung.
200 10 for was r. can be.
202 5 for uccess r. success.
241 5 dele human.

8 from the bottom, for all r, whatever is

material that. 273 9 for required r. acquired. 276 12 dele monthly. 306 4 for these r. them. 17 after It is commonly beliered, dele as far

as the word arise, and insert--that generosity and greatness of mind are not to be produced by education,

but that they. 370 4 from bottom, for rhophalic r, rhopalic. 374 18 for are ader r. a reader. 392

in the note, for Gosling r. Gostling,

477

INDE X.

Affectation, 103.

Agamemnon, 139.
Abilities prematurely displayed, 194. Age for sending boys to college, 94.
Abstraction in danger, how acquired, 179, Akenside, 93, 202.
180.

Alexander, Plutarch's Life of him recom.
Academies, military, 143 to 196.

mended, 133.
Academical education for lawyers, 312.

was taught to read by Ari-
Accent, 103.

stotle, 286.
'bad accents, 284 to 287.

Algebra, political, 175.
Accuracy, 210.

Alison, 275.
Acesius, bishop of Constantinople, 433. Allusions, art of; and knowledge necessary
Achilles, 112, 116.

for them, 389 to 392, 409.
his speech in the Iliad, 133. Ambassador and elephant, 113.
and the tortoise, 11.

an honest one, 395, 396.
Adair, 177.

Ambition, 109..
Adams's Wonders of the Microscope, 213.

how to excite military, 168 to
Addison, 93.

18+.
his Tory fox-hunter, 259.

virtuous and vicious, 379, 380.
Essay on Duties of Men in Amenity, 410.
Office, 380.

American war, 166, 177.
his own conduct in office, 381, | Amusements and exercises, military, 115,
382.

149, 151, 155 to 161.
· Address to the English, 198, 199.

Analogy, 51.
Address, how far allowable, 346, 347. Analysis of books, 385, 386.
honest, 398.

Anatomy, 210 to 213, 236 to 241.
Admiral, saying of one, 162.

preparations in, 239, 240.
Advancement in the church, 106.

how connected with mechanics,
Adventurer, No. Ixxxiv. 186.

210.
Advocate, his duty, 349.

obstacles to its progress, 237, 238.

Anatomy, Bell's, 237.

Army, French, 197, 198.
Anecdotes: of Barrow, 92.

Ars bublativa, a name given to the law, 466.
of a boy at l'hotel des invalides, Articles of war, 188.
128.

Arts, honest and dishonest, 3.19, 350.
of Dr. Butt, 91.

Asiatic literature, estimate of its value as
of Constantine, 433.

an object of study, 462.
of du Guesclin, 445.

Association, 18, 19.
of Frederic the Great, 178, 179, Astronomy, 96.
423.

Attachment, a prince should know how to
of some German preachers, 101. | secure real, 421 to 4:23.
of Bernard Gilpin, 55, 58. Attention, power of, 3, 6, 11.
of Henry the Fourth, 424, note.

to facts, 208.
of Lewis the Fourteenth, 423, Attorneys' desks, 315, 332.
126.

Attraction, 122.
of Linnæus, 214, 218.

Axioms, how they lead to error, 225 to 236.
of Massillon, 98.
of Sir Thomas More, 351.
of a Regent of France, 173.
of Lord Rochester, 92.
of Sophia of Zell, 426.

Bacon, lord, 186, 231, 236, 327, 328, 338,
of General Ziethen, 178, 179.1 352, 353, 356, 419.
one told by Malphigi, 235. Ballads, 126.
some fit for military pupils, 129 | Banks, 215.
to 131.

Bar, a young lawyer should not go too soon
for the education of country to, 466.

gentlemen, 253, 254. Barbauld (Mrs.), quoted, 212.
Angles, distances of, 118.

Barretier, 20.
Antilochus, 139.

Barrister before he gets into practice, 354,
Antipodes, 122.

355.
Aorta of the whale, 211.

character of a good one, 281
Apologue, witty, 233.

to 283.
Arabic and Sanscrit, 299.

Barrow, anecdote of, 92.
Architecture, knowledge of, for country Barruel on education, 303.
gentlemen, 273.

Battering-engine, 163, 167.
Argenson, M. d’, 358, 380.

Bayle on prudence and fortune, 322.
Argument, 89.

Beasts, wild, 113.
polemic, 105.

Beatty, Dr. 78,79..
Aristotle, 18.

Beccaria, 326.
Arithmetic, 41, 42.

Bell, Dr. 41.
Army, how to rise in, 194.

Bell's Anatomy, 237.

259.

Benevolence, 75, 261.

Brief, when a lawyer should refuse one,
Bentham's Traité sur la Législation, 187, 348, 142.
326.

Broad sword, use of, 251.
Berkeley quoted, 323.

Buddenbrock, general, 42.
Berthollet, 31, 225.

Buffon, 213, 225.
Bible, to what degree a pupil should read Bull-baiting and cock-fighting, 152.
it, 442.

Burke, 389, 390, 391, 409.
Bibliophobia, 220.

his address to the electors of Bristol,
Billiards, danger of, 156, 157.

very common at Valenciennes, 157. | Burlemaqui, 326.
Biography, 5, 50, 51, 90, 133, 353. Burleigh, 393.
Biot, 36.

Butler, 94.
Bishop, 67 to 76.

Butler's Analogy, 444.
Black (Dr.), his letter to Lavoisier, 236. Butt (Dr.), his life, 90. ·
Blackmore, Dr. 233.

anecdotes of him, 91.
Sir Richard, quoted, 5.
Blackstone, his Commentaries, 258, 313,
314, 315, 319, 338, 356.

· C.
his Farewel to his Muse, 329.
Blood, familiarity with the sight of, 152. 1 Cæsar's Commentaries, 176.

morbid acrimony of the blood, Cambyses, 349.
227.

Campion (Henri de), memoirs of, 184.
Blue-blaze Devil Bob, 189.

Candour, 410.
Boerhaave, 233.

how to be taught, 209.
Bolingbroke on English history, 387, 411. : exemplified in Franklin, 209.
Bologna, old school of, 235.

Cannon, locks on, 167.
Bone of a hare's back, 213.

Capture of French fleet “ as per margin,"
Books, 90.

140.
Bossuet, 73, 96, 95.

Carpenter's tools, 154.
Botany, 78, 96.

Casaux sur le Méchanisme de la Société, 401.
use and abuse of, 212.

Casuistry, 97.
botanical excursions, 221.

Catharine, empress of Russia, 426, 430.
Boufflers and Villars, sayings of, 159. Catholics, 77.
Bowes, chancellor of Ireland, 332. Causes and effects, 20, 54.
Boyle, how he learned to stutter, 284. Causes célèbres, 321.
Boys, military, 112, 113..

Cecil, 393.
might do garrison duty, Central schools, 32, 33.
154.

Chabrias, his life, 165.
Braddock, general, 177.

Challenges, 188.
Brandy, 31.

Champagné, 36.

480

172.

Chaptal on education, 303.

| Classical taste, 372 to 374.
Character, 89.

Classification, 224.
a knowledge of, necessary to a Clergyman, a good one, 106.
statesman, 376.

Roman-catholic, 77.
of Sir Edward Coke, 351. Clerical education, 55 to 77.

of Helvidius Priscus, 379. Clerkship to an attorney, 332.
Charity often forgotten in the support of Cock-fighting, 152.
faith, 433.

College, 96.
Charles II., his visit to Marvel, 253.

time of going to, 306.
Charles V. 186, 237.

years passed at, how precious, 318.
Charles XII. 115, 417.

a central military college proposed.
Charles's garden, 218.
Chatham, lord, 366, 378, 386, 410.

naval college at Portsmouth, 172.
his letters to his nephew, 386. College of Dublin, 48.
Chatterton, 23.

of France, 36.
Chaucer, 56, 129.

| Colleges of medicine, preparation for, 222,
Chemistry, 31, 96, 218, 240, 275.

223.
conversations on, excellent, 201. Comforts of soldiers and sailors, 146.
experiments without an appa- | Command, how to rise to, 183.
ratus, 221.

Company ; good, and bad, 103.
Chess, 156.

Condillac quoted, 342.
Chesterfield, lord, 397, 398, 408.

Confidence, 89.
Chevert, 191.

Constantine, 433.
Children, 38, 78, 79.

Conversation, 29, 92, 388, 403, 404.
Chinese, they drink much tea, 112.

lawyer's defects of, 326.
Choice of a profession, 1 (Chapter I.).

its uses to lawyers, 343.
Choice of Hercules, by Spence or by Lowth,

a prince should early learn to
126.

express himself well in,
Chord, sine, and tangent, 120.

475.
Christianity, whether reconcilable with Conversations on chemistry, 206.
duelling, 186.

Conversing on what they read is useful to
Christians, religious contests among, 105. students of the law, 465.
Church, 58.

Conviction the only proper basis of faith,
on entering into, 107.

77.
Church-preferment, 106.

Cordials, 112.
-revenue, 72.

Cornelius Nepos, 165.
Ciceronian periods, 383.

Corporal John, a familiar name of the Duke
Civilis the Gaul, 115, 449.

of Marlborough among the soldiers, 192.
Classical literature, 35, 45, 50.

Country-gentleman, education of, 247.
studies, 90, 94.

anecdotes for, 253, 254.

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