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be found in the Number for January, 1812.


Abu Taleb, travels of, in Asia, Africa, and tions on the authority of the narrative,

Europe, 72; remarks of a remote stran 222, 226
ger, unless of extraordinary endowinents, Aquitani, distinguished by Strabo from the
amusing rather than instructive, 73-4; Gallic Celtæ and the Belgæ, 111
Abu Taleb's history of his descent, &c. Arabians, historical reflections on the, 353
75, 6; engages a passage to England, 77; Arches, Gwilt's treatise on, 530
is detained at the Cape of Good Hope, ib.; Art, Shee's elements of, 612 ; exaggerated
account of the morals of Cape Town, 78; estimate of the importance of,613; extracts
wonderful adventure of an English captain, from the poem, &c. 613, 618
79; arrives in Ireland, where he is hos Asia, Buchanan's Christian researches in,
pitably received, 81; character of the 599; translations of the Scriptures, 570,
Irish, ib.; confuses an angel' by tea table 576; Dr. B.'s mode of allusion to the
repartee, 80; praises the virtues of a Baptist missionaries, 577-8; religious
cold climate, 82; proceeds to London,83; condition of the Hindoos, 576; series of
enumerates twelve national vices, ib.; descriptions respecting the temple of
returns through France, &c.

Jaggernaut, 576, 583; this horrible ido- -
Acid Oxymuriatic, researches on its nature latry a source of revenue to the British go-
and combinatious, 227

vernment, 583; reflections on this shameful
Addison, remarks on the humour of, 799 patronage,726-8; a congregation of Hindoo
African institution, fifth report of the di Christians, 730-1; state of Christianity in

rectors of the, 987; efforts made to carry Ceylon, and the Malayan Archipelago,
the abolition act into effect, 989-1000 : 732-4; Syrian Christians at Malabar,
recent decisions in the prize courts, 990,2, 734-36; inquisition at Goa, 736
3, 5, &c.; horrible cruelty of Huggins, Assessments on places of Worship, when
a planter, 1001

exigible, 1139
Aged, Brewster's meditations for the, 84;
Lawson's sermons to the, 611

Banks of the Wye, Bloomfield's poem of the,
Agricultural mechanism, Williamson's, 237 1 103; character of Mr. Bloomfield's
Algebra, Bridge's lectures on the elements poetry, 1103; Farmer's Buy and Rural

of, 153; their merits and general con Tales, 1104-5; extracts from the Banks of
tents, 153-4; theorem on the subject of po the Wye, 1106-10
pulation, 155-7

Beddoes, Dr. Stock's life of, 491; estimate
America, Pike's travels in. See North Ame of the character and speculations of Dr.

Beddoes, 491-3, 504-5; outline of his life,
Angelo Michael-poetical estimate of his pro. 495-503

fessional character. 616; Duppa's, life of, Bible society, British and Foreign, review of
1083; biographical sketch of, 1084-1091; the controversy respecting the, 59.257;.
professional estimate of, by Mr. Fuseli, 1092; history of its origin and formation, 61-62;
extracts from his poetry and letters, statement of facts regarding the Welsh

bibles, 62-67; account of the Society's
Angles, solid, Dr. Gregory's simple and proceedings--number of bibles printed and
beautiful theory of, 968-70

issued, and in what languages-pecunia.
Animals luminous, observations on, 224 ry suppliesmand testimonies in proof of
Antiquities of nations. "See Pezron

its excellence, 68-71; remarks on a coun-
Aphoristical writing, remarks on, 145

try clergyman's letter and second lettera
Apollonius of Tyana, Berwick's translation Dr. Wordsworth's letter to Lord Teign-

of the life of, from the Greek of Philos mouth-Lord Teignmouth's reply to Dr.
tratus, 215; probable design of the work, W.; Mr. Dealtry's letter-letter to Dr.
215-6; abstract of the life of Apollonius, Gaskin--and the productions of Messrs.
316-222 ; character of Damis, 217, 224 ; Spry and Sykes, 257, 260; objections to
method of taming a satyt, 221; considera. the British and Foreign Bible Ssociety diso

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