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PAGE, Barnett, Mr. his poem

43
Bacon, Mr. his sculptures

33
technical

500 Banks in the counties of England 257
Abyssinia, Mr. Salt's voyage to

6oo Bank of England, Mr. M. Castleden on
state of

613
the obligations of

317
Abyssinian baptism, a.count of one

Mr. J. P. Smith on
612

the obligations of, to pay in specie 393
Abdication of Napoleoa

561 Bath and West of England Society 335
Academy, the Royal

441 Bannantine, Mr. on the abuses of the
Acland, john, esq. his upright conduct 94 poor rates, with remedies

579
Advocate: for war, queries to

259 Bance Island, Sierra Leone, descrip-
Aden, description of the town of 602 tion of

385, 529
Adowa, description of the town of .. 612 Bankers, on the bankruptcy of, by Mr.
Æschylus, observations on his plays 25 Prendergast

213
Africa, peculiarity in its climate 528 | Banks, parish ones

384
African ins:itution, abuses of

151

Mr. P. M. James, in vindica.
woris, account of a few

tion of unfortunate

401
Ages, defence of the latter, of Grecian Barmouth, Miss Hutton's description of 490
and Litin poetry

216 Beckett's executioners, account of 234
Agriculture, letters or George III. on 227 Beitord, singular accident at

579
AGRICULTURAL REPORT 66, 171, 258, Bees, on the means of increasing

217
357, 460, 557 Mr. Isaac on the prevailing errors
products

330

relative to
Akenside, Dr. his poem

535 -, account of an attack of
Albay in the Philippines, account of the Beggars, their subdivisions and profits
lare volcanic erupiion at

502 Bentham, Mr. explanation in regard to
Allies, their unjust pretensions 366 his penitentiary-house
- new treaty against Napoleon .457 Bennet, Mr. his mode of farming

333
Alchymist, Borri, che
534 Berzelius, his chemical system

36
Allen's Island, description of

594 Bible Societies, denounced as dangerous,
Ali Pasha, account of
634 by Bishop Prettyman

570
America, fist idea of the existence of 290 Birmingham Acariemy of Arts

54
; treaty of peace with Great Black troops, destitute condition of in-
Britain
267 valid

322
'American war, first
331 Bodley, Sir Thonias, descendants of

394
-election, striking instance of an 425 Bogs of Ireland, theory of

443
prisoners, dreadful massacre of 384 Bookselleus of London, their meeting 549
Americus Vespucius, his claims to the Books, new mode of circulating them

550
discovery of America
254 -, effects of the war on their trade

551
Ant-hills, description of

594 Booth, Mr. G. on the causes of the high
Anderson's, measores, their liberal cha-

price of corn

33
racter

387 Boxing-matches, national disgrace of 197
Apple-trees, destruction of
492 BOTANICAL REPORT

355
Aphorisms relative to the domestic dif. Borri, tha aichyinisc

534
ficulties of Great Britain

97 Bodies, natural, and agencies, Mr. T.
Arbitration, Ms. Luckcuck on the means Murray on the classification of

390
of improving decisions by
521 Boat and crew, loss of a

591
Arabian voyage, an ancient

292 Bradshaw, president, inscription to
Association, the African
150 Bread of potatoes and flour

253
Astronomy, Mr. Lofft on

Brain, observations on the functions of
Atlasses, mir. Capel Lofft on the various the, with some new cases

481
celestial

390

by Sir E. Home 413
Atlantic Island, on the

395 Brande, W. T. esq. on electro-chemical
Avebury and Stonehenge, druidical teni. phenomena

30
ples at
310 British revenue, list of pensioners on

135
Axioms of duty and practice, addressed

Institution, its exhibition

159
to justices of the peace

487 and Foreign Bible Society, ac.
Barrier reefs, description of the

592 count of
Barges, Ozell on

14

Society, singular condition of
BANKRUPTCIĻs and DIVIDENDS 65, 169, the three classes of

203
256, 352, 449, 536 Brighton, soyal expenditure at 582

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Broken mountain, singular phenomenon Clergymen's widows, society for
of the spectre of the

517 Club, Smithfield, Mr. Farey on its prizes 33
Bullock, Mr. bis Mona marble works 251 Corn, Mr. G. Booth on the causes of the
bust of Shakespeare 252 high price of

33
Busby, Dr. on the true author of Jonius's

question, Mr. J. P. Smith on

209
Letters
5 · laws, impolicy of the new

504
Buxton, Dr. on temperature in consump-

-> petition of the common coun-
tion and asthma

IJ, 121, 225
cil against

267
Burrell, Mr. on the means of preserving

bill, necessity and justice of a 120
public roads

48

-, a manufacturer's objections
Budget for 1815

to a
Burning clay, or subsoil, its practices Copy-right bill, at large

155
described

414 Coals, their prices and consumption
Campbell, Mr. Hector, on the cosn

institution for distributing 272
question

131

Coal-works, Mr. Farey on the means of
Cape of Good Hope, account of 601 preventing accidents in

524
Calico printing, Mr. Clennel on oil of Correspondents, notices to
vitriol for

16 COMMON SENSE, in justification of the
Carlisle, atmospherical phenomena at, in new insolvent bill

19
24

-, Aphorisms on the dif-
-, account of the recent improve-

ficulties of Great Britain

97
483

Morning's Walk to
Carbon and hydrogen, the support of ani-

Kew

201, 315, 465
mal life

420

Axioms for justics
Carver, Mr. his question on decimal

487
arithmetic

110 Cotton manufactures, state of 163, 131,
Carpue, Mr. his operation to restore a

470, 575
53

Maranham, its transplantation 66
Cambridge, fever at

476 Coke, Mr. his patriotic declaration
university intelligence 187, 282
against war

92
number of its Columbus, bis first idea of America 290
members

445

Council of state in France, its report on
Canons of the church, whimsical ones

313
the return of Napoleon

360
Candler's, Miss, her death of Mary 235) Colchester, vial for a libel there
Castle, a haunted one cured
142 Conductors, electrical, true doctrine of

409
Castleden, Mr. M. on the obligations of Convicts, expense of

445
the Bank of England

317 COMMERCIAL REPORI 65, 169, 256, 352,
Carpentaria, description of the Gulph of 597

449, 556
Catalogues of stars
322 Corruption, legal

534
Cards, origin, a description of 426 Colours of the sea, on
Casks, iron ones proposed

553 Coinage, on the state of the copper 32
Ceres, Mr. Loffc on the place of 96 Confederates, their treacherous entry into
Cecil, Sir W.

534

Paris

45 Concord, Mr. Pilgrim on grammatical
Cephalonia, description of the Island of 633 Coast, journey from the

604
Cerigo, description of the Island of 633 Compass, phenomena or the

600
Charles II. and William, on the statues

Coral reefs, description of

592
of

island
622

islands
CHEMISTRY, REPORT OF 62, 167, 254, Consumption and asthma, Dr. Buxton on

354) 447

the effects of temperature on 11, 121, 225
-, general laws of
63, 255 Coffee-houses, their origin

13
Christmas

--, introduction, quantity, and cul.
Chapel, ceremonies in the pope's 291

ture of

39
Church, peculiar cauons of the An- Cooking, Dr. Lambe on iis abuses

659
glican

313 Court for insolvent debtois described
Chaucer, Mr. Neele, on the writings of 485 Courts-martial, naval
Charter, the great

534 Cowthorpe-oak, account of
Champ de Mai, grand ceremony at 560 Cranmer, Thomas, petition of
Chester, its sycophant spirit

182 Cromwell and Lady Ingilby
Christina of Sweden, anecdotes of 530

anecdotes of
Civil list, gross abuses in

459. Crown, its right of making war
Clay, or subsoil, the important system Crimes, their proportions in London,
of, described

414
Ireland, and Scotland

16]
Classes, the means of improving the

ditto, at Manchester
lower
9 Criminal, a clerical

532
singular condition of the three,

courts, unreasonable practice
of British Society

205

of, in refusing copies of indictments 409
Clennel, Mr. on oil of vitriol for calico- Credulity, singular instance of
printing

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IN DE X.

671
Creditor, the public, what is the secu- DIVIDENDS and BANKRUPTCIES 65, 169)
rity of

196

256, 352, 449, 556
Craniology

293 Dialect of Essex, Mr. Narbal on 125
Gall and Spurzheim's system

specimen of the Lancashire, with
of
193 a glossary

127
Crispin, Charles, the cottage of 105 Dimensions of hilly ground

210
Cullock, Dr. Mac, the Geological So- Dictionary, Rev. C. Lucas, on Mr.
ciety's account of Staffa by him 240 Pytche's proposed

296
Custom-house, defects in the new 492

-, pronouncing, of proper names 495
Cumberland, Mr. on Mr. Benthain's Diseased sheep, remedy for 319, 394
panopticon at Bristol

99 Diving in the Red Sea, remarkable in-
og the neglect of foot-

stance of
paths, and the police of stage-coaches 221 Dog and cat, remarkable sagacity of 187

-, on the clains of the Dolgellen, Miss Hutton's description of 489
life-preserving plans to originality 4.2 Dovaston, M. on Shakespeare and Ben
Curates, effects of the law relative to Jonson

124
licensing of

499 Dry rot, Mr. Dodd on
Cucumber, analysis of

167 Dreaming, exception in
Cuvier, M. his eulogy on Benj, Count Drama, observations on the Grecian
Rumford

323 'Tragic

25, 102, 206, 317, 515
M. Parmentier SC1 Druidical temples at Avebury and Stone-
Customs, foreign, ridiculous adoption of

420
henge

310
Currants, exported from Zante

632 Duty and practice, axioms of, addressed
Culinary fires, Rumford's improvements

to justices of the peace
in

325 Ducket's system of husbandry, described
Damer, the Hon. Mrs. her patriotic con- by George III.

227
duct
444 Dublin, catastrophe at

585
Dark regions, on the

395 Last Twyford, singular parish of 329
Dalzell's poetry
14 / Eastern tales, recitation of

330
Davy, Sir Humphry, on the diamond and Eagles, description of some

590
carbonaceous substances

51 Earthquakes at Zante, description of 632
David, his pictures of Napoleon 347 Economy, political, Mr. J. P Smith on 209
Deaf and dumb, their communication Edwards, Mr. curious books in his sale,
with the blind

58, 254
249 ; their prices

445
Death of Mungo Park, account of the 629 Education, his:ory of

253
Dennis, John, his book

624

extended in France by Napo-
Departure, account of my

610 leon
Defeat of Wellington and Blucher at Elinburgh, college at

384
Ligny
563 EMuvis, security against

19
Defensio Secunda, description of 617 | Eichhorn, on Timothy

143
Decisions by arbitration, Mr. Luckcock Electricity, Dr. Roberts on an apparatus
on the means of improving

521

for accumulating
Debtor's court, the insolvent, described Electrical storm, Mr. Lofft on
Detonating balls, on

398

--, and laws of nature ..
Mr. Murray on 31, 133 Elephants, anecdotes of two, in the Me-
Decimal arithmetic, Ms. Carver's ques. nagerie at Paris

494
tion on

Election, American, striking instance
question
322

425
Delolme, M. facts relative to him as Elha, Napoleon's employment there 364
Junius

130

Enclosure bills, suggestions for improving 314
Delaval, E. H. esq. memoirs of 138 Entry of the confederates into Paris, in
Denina, che Abbé, memoirs of

1814

7
Destitute, merit of the institution for Ensigns, military, in the civil wars

13
the Refuge of the

218 English errors relative to French versi-
females, on the means of pro-

fication
viding for

302
court, presents from the

607
condition of a man of genius,

Greek regiment, description
Mr. Robinson on

417
Detached thoughts
330 Epigrammata Sacra, Crashawis

134, 220
Decay, cause of, and means of prolong- Epitaph, a singular one

42
ing life

491 Erskine, Lord, his time-serving conduct 551
Dethronement of Murat

559 Esther, Dofter
Descendants of Sir Thomas Bodley 394 Euripides, observations on his plays 317, 206
Denis, St. lines written in the church of 427 Evergetes, King, query relative to 309
De Luc, his galvanic piles

162 Exhibitions in London, enumerated 160
DISEASES, REPORT OF 64, 166, 256, 355, Existence of America, first idea of 290
44%, 550 Executioners, Beckett's, account of

234
Dick, Mr. on the true light and heat of Farey, Mr. on the prizes distributed by
the planets
194 the Smithfield club

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568

121

206, 317

216

201

Mr. Farey, on the erroneous statements Gospel, Dr. Spencer's plan of a free 23
relative to Mangel-wurzel
5 Goodman, Mr. his poem

45
-, on the means of preventing Gout, on the various specifics for

301
accidents in coal. works

524 Goldsmids, Messrs. their character and
Farmers, means of improving their prac-

407
*tices

14, 215 Goiwin's lives of Edward and John
Farming, Mr. Bennet's mode of
335 Philips

614
, Mr. Franklin's
337 Grand Junction Canal, completion of

475
wretched stare of

189 Greenock Literary Society, account of , 294
Farms, Welsh
410 Grievance of proclamations

534
Faculty of advocates, their ignorance of Grease spots, means of removing them
the jury system
192

504
Females, on the means of providing for Griesbach, Professor, memoirs of 135
destitute

302 Grammar, Mr. Grant on, in reply to a
Fee.farm, petition for a

534 writer in the Monthly Review 1;
Fire-proof house

Great Britain, aphorisms relative to the
-, security against

difficulties of
-, an unaccountable one

591

finances of
Finances of Great Britain

568 Grant, Mr. in reply to a writer in the
Flinders, Capt. his voyage to Terra Au. Monthly Review, on grammar 35
stralis

597

un ancient and modern prosody 118;
Flesh, eating live

607

304, 415, 493
Foot-ways, suggested law to improve 116 Grattan, Henry, his tergiversation 459
., on the neglect of
Grecian drama, observations on

25, 102,
Fætus, effects of the imagination on
the

208

and Latin poetry, defence of the
Poreign plants in different countries,

latter ages of
hints for naturalizing
501 | Greece, inodern school in

641
customs, ridiculous adoption of 501 Gresk, account of a learned one 648
Foretellers of weather, in the animal

Guillotine, the Halifax

43
kingdom

59 | Hartley, Mr. his fire-proof house
Fox, C. J. compliment paid him by Hackneymen

43
Napoleon

444
gigs, proposal for

492
Fruit-crees, plan for generally planting

coaclies, regulation of
chem

316 Hanson, Mr. J. on the weather at Nlan.
Friends, Society of, their merit

249
chester for seven years

223
Franklin and Farmer

13 Halifax gibbet, or English guillotine 43
-, Mr. his mode of farming 334 Harover, improved government of 69
France, Southern, Mr. Jennings on the Hayti, its critical situation
manners and climate of
293 Hawking, brutality of

476
true state of
452 Hebrew inscription

117
French journals and newspapers, list of 350 Hexagonal form, Rev. C. Lucas on the

constitution, decreed by Napo- advantages of
leon

453 Henry VI. on the authenticity of the
Functions of the brain, observations on first part of Shakespeare's

307
the, with some new cases 431, 481 Heaton colliery, circumstantial account
Fulminated silver, on

of the late catastrophe at
Funeral, account of a Welsh

410 | Health of Flinders's crew
Gas lights, estimated advantages of 18 Heat, powers of conducting

254
introduction at Nottingham, Hemp, a substitute for

443
87; at Norwich, 92 ; at Bath, 582 Hereford, new library at
Cases, Mr. Mitchell on the ignition of 10 Hilly ground, difficulty considered in re-
Gall and Spurzheim's system of cranio- gard to the measure of

29
logy

193

- dimensions of
Gascoigne, Sir W.

235
, survey of

213
Gazomeier, explosion of one
184 Hippopotamus, account of the

609
Genoese Republic, annihilation of the 70 High treason, punishment of

61
George III. leiters of his on agriculture 227 | Holyhead, improvements at

385
Geological Society of London
539 Bolland, Henry, his travels

630
of Cornwall

352 Horses, irrational treatment of 113,205
Geology of the natives of King George's Hospitals, female visitors to

125
Sound

589 House of Commons, true character of
South coast

590
its majorities

313
Gigs, proposal for hackney

492 House, a fire-proof one
Gibraltar, Straits of
630 Horticultural labyrinths

419
Gleaning, on the right of

Home, Sir Everard, his observations on
Mr. Lofti on
487 the functions of the brain

431
appeal to the landed interest Hoare, Sir R. C. bis experiment in
in farour of the practice of

399

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673
Hostile spirit of naval commanders 413 | Kew, a morning's walk to

115, 201, 313,
Hulsean prizes
91

405
Hution, Miss, ber letters during a tour Kendal, great storm at

84
in North Wales

library, state of

iv.
Hull, female penitentiary at

373 King, Sir J. D. his magnanimity 282
Hunger and cold, the enemies of animals 420 Kings of England, ancient practices of,
Hydrophobia, fatal case of

348
relative to war and peace

419
Ibbetson, Mrs. on the embryos of seeds 349 | King George's Sound, nalives of 583
-o the roots of plants

-, geology of

589
Imports and exports in 1812-13

163

language of ibi.
Inmured walls and castellated mansions,

tides at

ib.
false taste in favour of

405 Kipling, Dean, his extraordinary threat 580
Impolicy of the new corn laws

504 | Knaresborough forest, curiosities found at 234
Imprisonment for debt, horrors of

Lambe, Dr. on the cure of chronic dis.
Imagination, Effects of the, on the fætus 208

654
Improvements at Carlisle, account of the Landscape, its effects compared to a mu-

483
sical concert

204
Improvement of the lower classes 9 Lawrence, Mr. bis Tullian experiments 56
-s, suggested

204

on the habits of the land
of roads

3c4
tortoise

389
Introduction and culture of coffee
29 Lansdowniana

534
Invenire and Reperire, on the verbs 30, 134, Labyrinth, horticultural

419
297 | Langford, vale of, described

105
Inutility of large parks

117 Landed interest, appeal to the, in favour
Incidents, Marriages, and Deaths, in and of the practice of gleaning

399
near London 72, 175, 272, 367, 459, 570 Lahadj, description of the town of

603
Institution, the British

159, 441 Laud, Archbishop, account of
Ingilby, lady, and Cromwell

235 Letisor's Naturalist's Companion, Mr.
Inexhaustible plenty, means of creating 316 Pettigrew on

30
Invalid black iroops, destilute condition Legislature, new laws of the British 61, 155,
of

322

246, 343, 439, 548
Insolvent Debtors Court, cut and descrie- Levaysse, Gen. his extraordinary state.
tion of

70
Dill, justification of
Legal corruption

534
Insects and animals, revivitication of 499 Libels on Napoleon, his none of refuting 350
India, on

395 Lightning, tatal catastrophe produced by 283
Indictments, unreasunable practice of the Lithography, art of

419
criminal courts in refusing copies of 409 Licensing of curates, effects of the law
Infelicity, royal, instance of

426
relative to

409
Isle of Wight basins, Mr. Webster on the 539 L beriy, iníamous conspiracy to destroy 71
Isaac, Mr. on prevailing errors relative to Lile, cause of decay, and means of pro-
bees

418
Jonging

491
Itch, mode of curing the

555 preserving plans, Mr. Cumberland
Ithaca, account of
640 on it. claims to originality

402
Ivory, Jas. esq. his mathematical solutions 52 Library, Imyerial, extracts from the ma-
James, Mr. P. M. in vindication of un-

nuscripts of the, at Paris

290
fortunate bankers

401 Ligny, deleat of Wellington and Biucher
Jews, conversion of
42

563
Jennings, Mr. his description of the vale Lincoln, port, in New Holland
of Langford

105,219 i Light, Dr. Brewster on the deep polari-
on the manners and climate
zation of

57
of southern France

293 Ligh and heat, Count Rumford's experi.
his
poem
427 ments on

327
loannina, descripcion of
641 Locomotive engine, its adoption

162
climate of

642 | Loncon, distant view of, wish reflections 205
trade of

--, smoke of
literature in

ib. ----, incidents, marriages, and deaths,
, manners and custoins of

72, 175, 272, 367, 450, 570
Journey from the coast, accorint of the 604

basin, Mr. Webster on

539
Johnson, Dr. account of

621 | Lotit, Mr. on astronomy, Dr. Stuart, and
Joachim, king, his new observatory 165 the Curn Laus

IOT
his proclamation to Italy 456

on the place of Ceres

96
Junius's letters, Dr. Busby on the true

property tax

197
author of

5
several topics

308
Junius, facts relative to Mr. de Lolnie as 130

the war, &c.
Juries, unanimity of

330

various celestial at.
Judges, account of the insolence of 619 lasses

399
Kalunga, defeat at
459 Love, particulars of Mr. Jus.

594
Keppel Bay, in New Holland
590 I Locusis, account of the

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