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Sea-shore, means by Mr. Farey for pro- Stoke near Windsor, Gray's Church-yard

curing fresh water near the

202

- 385

Seas, polar, on the waters of the 362 STUDENT, THE GERMAN, No. XXV. - 330

Sects religious, on the candour due from Subscription, Irish, observations on tbe - 102

one to another, by the

254 Suction, observations on

. 121

Sevres, on the artists of

332 Sugar, observations on

333

Shakespeare family, observations on the 57 works, on the introduction of the

Ship-building, Mr. Krowles on improve- air-pump into

362

ments in

37 Suicide, observations on

- 166

Shoeing borses, Mr. Bracey Clarke's im- Surrey Institution, remarks on the 62

provements in

9 Sweden, state of the periodical press in

Shrewsbury, duel fought by the earl of, Swedenborgian system, observations on

with the Duke of Buckingham 42 the

70

Siekurss, sea, observations of Common Swift (Dean) and Lady Burlington, disa-

Sense on

295

greement between

333

Stare trade, on the extent of

243 Switzerland, on the politics of

324

-, proclamation of Radama, Sylvester the Recorder, characteristic re-

King of Madagascar, for the abolition marks on

428

of

245 | Tables, mathematical, Mr. Babbage's dis-

Smith, Ricardo, Maltbus and Say, on covery, on the application of macbinery

certain verbal differences between 17 for calculating and printing

· 264

Smith (Mr. Enort) on the abuses in Talma, dramatic remarks on

100

paper-making

313 Taxation, its effects on the farmer 31

Smoke, Ms. Rodder's plan for the con- Taxes, on the comparative productiveness-

derisation of

105 of high and low

31

SOCIETIES, PUBLIC, PROCEEDINGS OF

assessed, proceeds of, for six years 127

52, 145, 242, 340, 436, 545 Thermometer, on the use of the, in astro-

Society, Royal, of Literature, observa-

nomical ubservations

214

vations on the

57 Thomaz Manoel Fernandez, biography of 135

Dartmoor, Timber, Capt. Layman's method of pre-

from the prize poem of the

236 serving

122

Sondes, Sir G, melancholy end of the Tinos island, account of

112, 219

sons of

333 Tonbridge-school, remarks on the funds of 32

Spain, on the inquisition of

- 356 Topping, Mr., original letter of, to Dr.

--, popular leeling in

577

Lind, on the state of India, in 1786

effects of the bad government of ib. Towns, considerable, of Great Britain,

on Napoleon's invasion of

population of

. 489

•, on the revolution in

589 Trades, antifectious, Mr. Lacey on . 409

extract from the criminal code of 244 Trappe, address of Antonio Maranon,

-, general rising of the people of . 596 monk of la

· 610

-, on the inquisition and its borrid Triads, poetical, description of

. 304

cruelties of

599 Trinidad island, natural curiosities at

. 482

---, characteristic remarks on the

Troops, mortality of

people of

604 Tudor, Mr., his letters on Wales, 209, 302

on the modes of travelling in . 605 Turkish women, on that constraints and

on the nobility of

ib.

beauty

21

on the extent of mendicity in . 606 Turks and Persians, manners of the, con-

on bull-fighting in

607 trasted and described

19

, on the living literati of 608 Tynemouth, dimensions of whale

-, on the reputation of Jeremy caught near

280

Bentham in

ib. United States, J. Hawes’ letter on an

-, on the newspapers of

609

emigrant's prospects in the

413

on intolerance in

ib. Universities, Sparish, observations on the 426

, on the colonies of

610 VARIETIES, LITERARY AND Philoso-

, on the number of the monks of. ib.

PHICAL., 57, 166, 258, 345, 441, 537

on tbe estimation of England in 611 Vauxhall, antiquities and present state of 203

, on the policy of the Holy Alli- Veltheim, Count, observations by, on the

ance towards

61

present practices of agriculture in Ger-

Spring, chalybeate, discovery of a, at Ash-

many

395

ford, near Tiverton

286 Verdicts of coroners' inquests, strictures

Springs, water, Mr. Fitch on the pheno-

418

mena of

- 400 Verona, observations on the congress at 366

St. Paul, account of the island of . 291 Verri, life of

107

Pancras, description of New Church at 161 Vesuvius, account of an eruption of 560

- Lawrence River, observations on - 332 | Vessel, description of an ancient, found

Steam-Fessels, experiment of, on canals - 61 near Rolvenden, Kent

190, 259

on the form of

340

steam, experiment of, on canals · 261

Dr. Cartwright, on the Vestries, select, strictures on Mr. Nolan's

invention of

389 proposed law for

163

STEPHENBIANA, No. X. 40, XI. 140, XII. Wake, on the etymology of the word,

232, XIII. 331, XIV. 425, XV.524 and its derivatives

218

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Wales, Mr. Tudor's letters on, 209, 302, 40% , Whale, dimensions of a, caught near
on the ancient literature of 210 Tynemouth

280
Walpole, Sir Robert, remarks op a pas- Wheels and axles of carriages, Mr. Hutch-

sage in Archdeacon Coxe's memoirs of 305 inson on the evils of the present con-
War, on the expenditure of England du- struction of

. 499
ring the late
- 613 Whig and tory, origin of

. 524
Wardle, Colonel, remarks on

425 | Whirlwind, account of a, at Burnley,
Water, op boring the earth, to obtain sup-

Lancashire

186

plies of

32

-- one at Quorndon,

Capt. Layman's method of pre- Leicestershire

187

serving

123 Wieland, account of, with specimen of

fresh, means by Mr. Farey, for his romantic poetry

310, 492
procuring, near the sea-shore 202 Windmills, observations on

426
Mr. Fitch, on purifying
320 Wolcott, Dr., anecdote of

42
Mr. Fleet, on the means adopted Wolstonecroft, Mrs., and Miss Blood,
at Banbury for obtaining
411 some accoant of

334

Watts, Dr., his residence at Newington- Women at Paris, traits of the manners of 227

green

481 Wood, cottons, &c. Mr. Cook's invention

Weeks, Mr., his improved construction of for rendering incombustible

200

the Æolian harp

127 Woollen, linen, silk, on the early manu-

Well-boring, Mr. J. Gouger's remarks on 308 facture of

525

medicinal, at Kingstou, account of 392 Worcestershire, interesting antiquities in 514

- further par

Works, on the publication of, of perni-
ticulars of
490 cious tendency

130

Wells overflowing, and bore-boles, Mr. World, civilized, progress of revolution in

Forey on

35

the

397

Welsb-tongue, observations on the 211 Zallopis, M., on the actual state of the

---- bards, observations on

402 Greek islands

112, 218

Werner, a tragedy, Lord Byron's, remarks Zurich, sumptuary laws at

. 126

504

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INDEX TO THE NAMES OF LIVING AUTHORS, AND OTHER PERSONS,

IN THIS 54TH VOLUME.

Adam, A. 157 Barton, B. 257 Blunt, Rev.J.J.537. Brooke, Mr. A. 156,

Aislabie, Rev. W.J. Batty, Capt. 72 Bonar, Rev. A. 456

255

72 Bayley, J.esq.F.S.A. Bond, T. 639 Brooks, L. esq. 536

Andouard, M. 447

538 Booker, Rev.L.L.L.D. Browning, J.esq.535

Andrews, E. L.L.D. Beasley,Rev.F.D.D.

349, 361 Buckland, Rer. W.

157

73 Boone, T. H. 257

539

Arago, J. 514 Beckford, Mr. 348 Booth, D. 156, 542 Buddioorn, Rev. P.
Aufrere, A. esq. 258, Beddoes, T. L. 536 Bourn, T. 72

361
356 Bellamy, Rev. J. W. Bowles, Rev.Mr. 252 Burton, Rev. E. M.A.
Babbage, c. 156
458 Bowring, Mr. 259

256

Babington, B. 454 Benger, Miss 135, Brayley, E. W. jun. Butler, J. 455

Bacot, J. 155

444,531, 535

535

,J. D.D. 456

Bailey, W. 72, 155, Bennis, T. 360, 535 Brewster, Rev. S. 74 Byron, Lord, 258,

359

G. G. 361

Dr. D. 156,

346, 455

T. 361, 456 Benson, Rev. Mr. 443

162, 164 Cairns, Rev. W.

Baily, F. 73 Bingham, R. 360 Brinkley, J.D.D.258 Carpenter, W. 458

Balguy, Rev. T.D.D. Blair, Mr. A. 71 Bristed, J. 444 Carey, Dr. 180

74 Blane, Sir Gil. 452, Britton, Mr. 259 Casati, Mr. 446

Banks, w. 540

455 Brodie, G. esq.72,162 Chaffin, W. 360

Baron, J. M.D. 161, Blaquiere, E.esq. 149,

B. C. F.R.S. Chalmers, Rev. Dr

259, 536

155

455

74, 456

Chambers,

62, 73

57,

Chambers, C. I esq. Dupin, Chevalier 359 Henry, J.esq. 74 Lax, Rev. W. 258

256 Dupont, C.J. 155 Henniker, Sir Fred. La man, Capt. 254

Chatfield, Rer. LL.D. Earle, Mr. W. 539 bart.

537 Leadbeater, M. 155

156 Eaton, D. 74, 257 Hill, Rev. H. D.D. Leblanc, B. M. 256
Churebin, Rev. J. 456 Elmonstone, Sir Arch.

72, 256 Lebrun, P. 358

J. S. M.

537 Miss 1.443, 536 Lee, H.

72

540, 541 Edridge, R. 73 Hiudmarsh, Rev. R. Lefevre

348
Clark, Rer. T. 256 Elliott, M. 155

70 Leman, Val. M.D. 73

Clarke, J.W.esq. 446 Elmes, Mr. 160 Houre, Sir R.C. bart. Lewis, W.

Clegbon, J. 154 England, Rev. R. T.

180, 457 Locker, E. H. 257

Cuf, Rey. S.

260, 452 Hobhouse, John, esq. Lockhart, J. G. 259,

Clissold, Mr. T. ib. Erskine, T. eq. 74 M.P.

73

443

Cloutt, T. M.A. 542

Thos Lori, Hodson, J. ib. Lloyd, Chas.jun. 535

Cbwes, Rev. J. 157,

156 Hofland, Mrs. 540 Loudon, J.C. F.L.S.

257 Evans, Rev. C. 255 Hogg, Mr. 62, 152

252

Coar, Mr.T. 162

Rev. Dr. 259,

-T. 256 Lowe, Jos. esq. 450

Coben, B. 257

456 Holmes, J. 259,446 Lace, Joan de 73

Colton, M.

351 Evans,Rev.T. E, 539 Hood, s, M.D. 256 Lumsden, Lieut. T. 74

Collett, s. 543 Fawcett, Rev J. 444 Hooker, W.J.LL.D. Lyle, T. A. 103

Collyer, Rer, Dr. 442 Ferussac, Baron de

Lynn, T.

Cooke, W. 155

544 Hopkins, T.

257

Lynch, J. 155, 380

J. 536 Fitzgerald, T. P.esq. Howship, J. 536 Mabire, J.L. 256

G. D.D. 537

256 Horner, Mr. 539 M'Cay, J. 36

Copotty, Rev. P. 163 Fletcher, J. M.D. 73 Hort, W.J. 72 Mackintosh, M. D.

Corybeare, Rer. W. Flint, J. 361 Horsfield, T.M.D. 74

162, 455

D.F.R.S. 256 Flockart, J. 72

Rev.J.455 Manby, Capt.

Cooper, Rer. E. 74 Foot, Jese, esq. 360 Hughes, Rev. T. S.

258, 358

-Sir Astley 360 Forster, Dr. T. 443

69, 73 Mant, Right Rev. R.

Cotman, J.S. Forsyth, J. S. 156

Mr. 256 D.D

157

Courtenay, C. M.D. Franklin, Lieut.-Col. Hunt, Sir Aubrey de Markham, Mrs. 455,

165 W.

74 Vere

150

535

Cox, J. 257

Capt. R.N. Mr. J.

260 Marriott, Rev.H.360

Cresy, E.
635

444, 541 Huish, R.esq.155,536 Marshman, Dr. 456

Creeves, T.esq.M.P. Fry, Rev. J. 456 Hulbert, C. 156, 536 Maseres, F. esq. 541

74

Gage, J. esq.

258, Hunter, J. L.L:D. Maskelyne,

Nevil,

Crabbe, Rer, G. 537

453, 457

155 F.R.S. 256

Croly, Rer. G. 57, Galt, Mr. 151

R.

348 Mason, W. S. esq. 73

455 Gardener, A. 156 Hutton, Dí. Chas.347 Mawe, Mr. 162, 452

Craker, T. C. 539 Gardiner W. 456, Impey, E. B. 155,456 Mayo, H. 155, 162,

Cunningham, Rer.

536, 543 Ingram, Rev. J. 348,

455

J.W.

74 Gay, Jos, jan. 72

445, 532, 540 Merrywhistle, M, 15,

Cuthbertson, d. 156

Gell, Sir W. 540

A. 535

32

156, 346, 357 Gifford, W. esq.

73 Ireland, Mr. W. H. Meyrick, Dr. 162
Dacier, Pierre 455 Gilbert D. esq. 361

532, 535 Middleton, Rev.J. W.
Dagley, Mr. R. 151 Gillispie, T. 157 Irving, Rev. E. 74,

358
Dakins, Rev. J. 537 Gisborne, Rev. T. 257

543 Miller, J. esq. 69, 73
Dale, Mr. T. 156, Gleigg, Right Rev. Isaac, D

74 Millhouse, R. 349
346, 443 LL.D. 361 Jackson, T. 535 Millingen, Jas. esq.

Davis, Mis, 351 Goddard, Rev. C. Jennings, Mr. 343 F.A.S. 454

D'Israeli, 1.531 ,536 D.D.

258 Jobpson, Dr. 347,444 Mills, Mr. C. 160,

Dibdin, Rer. Mr. 68, Good, J.M.M.D. 73

J. 536

259, 355

540 Goodison, W. A.B. Johnstone, C. 534 Mitchell, M. J. 346

Dickinson, W. esq.

537

Rev. J. 164

Moore

256 Gourlay, R. 157 Jones, Rev. T. S. 71 Moore, T. 346, 442

Doncaster, J. 256 Grant, Mr. 513 Jullien, M. 180 Moule, T. 256, 360

Dopsongbue, Rev. Green, Mrs. 156, 536 Kelly, J, 156 Myers, Rev. J.M. M.

256 Gregory, Dr. J. 156 Kenny, S. esq. 72

74

Douin, Mad.

Greville, R. H. esq. Kentin, Mr. N.L.540 Nathan, J. 541
Domnes, G. A.B. 537 F.R.S. 451 Kershaw, Mr. A. 161 Neale, Mr.J.P. 346,
Draper, Rev. W.71 Grimm, M.M.349,581 King, J. 360

444

Drammond, W. H. Haley, Lieut. S. 254 Kitchener, W.M.D. Neshitt, A. and W.155

361 Halliday, Mr. T. 67

57

Dunel, N.G.

441

Nicholis, Mr.
73 Hare, T. F.L.S. 536 Knill, R.

Dufour, W.

72

360 Nicholson, P.

536 Harris, W, T. 157 La Beaume 2.57

Noble, Rey. S. 257

Durant, T. 71

J. 445 Las ('ases and De Norris, Rev. H. H.
Rer. T. 163 Hamper, Mr. J. 63 Montholon, Counts

157, 252

Daglisos, Mr. 150, Harley, Jas. 73, 152

351 Nuttall, T. P.L.S.

155 Hedge, M.A. 536 Lasteyrie, Couat 447

157,457

Dunlop, W. 254 Hennab, Rev. R. 160, Lawler, D. 536 O'Driscol, J.esq.160,

J. 540

535 Lawson, Rev.G. D.D

445, 510'

Oliver, Rev. G. 543 Rudge, Rev. Dr. 258 Tappau, W. B. 359 Warnford, Rev.J.25 O'Meara, Barry, esq. Russell, Lord Jobn, Taylor, T.esq. 155, Wathen, J.esq. 72 67, 72, 160 74, 346, 444, 455,

536 Watt, R. M.D. 155 Orgiazzi, J. A. 72

456

G. L. 535 Watson, Mr. 412 Orman, Rev. Mr. 258 Rutter, J. 349, 456' Tegg, T. 455 Wentworth, Zara 257 Overton, Mr, 163 Shaw, Dr. Sim. 345 Thomas, Dr. 511 Werninck, J. D. D. Paterson, J.

456
Mr. 350 Thompson, Mr. A. T.

456 Parkinson, J. 72,153, Sheridan, C.B. 257

68 White, Rev. H. G. 155 Sherwood, Mrs. 361, Thrush, Capt. T.R.N.

744, 746 Parry, Mr. J. H. 541

455

257

-W.H. 256 Partington, C.F.156, Scbaw, Rev. W. 456 Thurlow, Lord 156 Whitmore, W. W. 252 Scott, Sir Wal. 71, Thyer, R. 537

esq. M.P. 257, 537 Paton, A. 73

73, 156 Tichburn, Chev. 361 Wilcockson, J. 536 Pennie, J.E.

537

Russell 157 Todd, Rev.H.J.M.A. Williams, Rev. D. Peterkin, A. esq. 258 Selby, Miss 257 F.R.S.

257 Pbilips, W. 256 - J. P. eq. 536 Topham, Rev. J. 71,

Helen MaPorden, Miss 151 Seyer, Rev. s. 94

360 ria

412 Porter, Miss 69, 73 Siddons, Mrs. 536 Travers, D. 154, 156 Wilkinson, Rev. T. Port, Rev. Beale, Silliman, Professor 74 Tucker, J. K. 256

349 L.L.B. 456 Singer, S. W.esq. 73 Tuck, J. 360 Wilson, Walter 58 Pradt, Abbé de 68 Smith, G, 155 Turton, W.M.D. 72

Mr.

61 Price, R. M.D. 257 Mrs. 157 Turner,Sbaron,F.S.A.

W.R. 160, Quin, T. 154, 155 -Eaglesfield 451

444, 540

444, 457,532 Raffles, Rev. T. 157

456
Van Dyk, H. S. es.

R. 258
Reader, H. M.D. 257
Rev. W. ib.

73

R. C. 361 Rees, T.

152 South, Jas. F.R.S.73 Venables, R. M.B. Wister, ('. M.D. 73 Riddle, E. 445 Soutbey, R.

esq.

485, 536 Withers, P. 72 Ritcher, J. 156 257, 442,532, 535 Vivian. Mr. 151 Wolferstan, E. P.536 Robinson, Rev.J.R. Squire, J. esq. 74 Wade, Rev. W. 74 Wood, W F.R.S.

155
Rev. E. 155, Wake, B.J.

360

349 W.D, 360, 455 Walker, J. 61,71,72

Rev, Jas. 446 535 Staabope, L. S. 45

Sir Patrick Woodley, Rev.G.72 J. D. D. Stothard, Mrs. 446

360 Wright, Rev. G. N. Roche, R.M. 456 Sutcliffe, s. 155 Wallace, W.M.R.I.A.

67, 457 361, 441, 452 Swainson, W.F.R.S.

160, 259,360

F. 72 Roscoe, T. esq. 708

67
Wanostrocht,

V.

W. ib. 71, 25, Swan, J., 155, 259 L.L.D. 455 Yates, Dr. 543 Rose, W. S. 541, 543

360

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quis de

EMINENT AND REMARKABLE PERSONS,

Whose Deaths are recorded in this Volume. Aldis, Lady 467 Dickson, Mr. J. 375 Grisac, Scipio, Count Owen, Rev.Job 374 Berille, Rev. W.277 Earlom, R. esq. 565 duc Roure, Mar- Pegge, Sir ChristoBlair, Hunter, esq. Emery, J. esq.

87

374
pher, M.D.

277 M.P.

178 Fitzwilliam, Char. Herschel, Sir W.276 Reid, J. M.D. 178 William, esq.

lotte, Countess of Hertford, Marquis of Shelley, Percy Bysshe,
364
87

88
esq.

178 Brooks, S. esq. 373 Frewin, R. esq. 468 Londonderry, Mar- Sicari, Abbé 182 Bulkeley, Lord Vis- Fry, Mr. Jobn 375

179 Stephenson, J. es. count 277 Goldsmid,Asher, esq. Oakes, Sir Hildebrand

178 Butler, Mr. W. 279

468

375 Sowerby, Jas. esq. Coombe, Rev. Dr. Grantley, Lord 468 Oldfield, T.H.B.esq. F. L. s. 467 468 Grey, Elizabeth,

173 Tankerville, Charles, Dickinson, W. esq. Dowager Countess Orford, Earl of 88 Earl of

565 374 277

Zea, Mr. 565

quess of

ECCLESIASTICAL PROMOTIONS. Andrews, Rev. R.G. Curtis, Rev. Mr. 473 Palmer, Rev. H.B.A. Tredcroft, Rev. R. M.A. 566 Eastcott, Rev. R.565

566

470 Atkinson, Rev. T.566 Flower, Rev. W.470 Prust, Rev. J. P. 470 Turner, Rev. G. 566 Cockburn, Rev. W. Greenall, Rev. G. d. Simpson, Rev. R.470 Wells, Rev. G. 470 470 M.A.

566 Southcomb, Rev. E. Wells, Rev. W. ('oulcher, Rev. W.B. Gretion, Rev. G. H.

470 Wright, Rev. 1. ib. 470 L.

70 St. Lawrence, Rev.T. Creswell, Rev.D.566 Hatch, Rev. C. 470

565

ib.

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