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IN DE X.
Lords of the manor, customs of, relative Mortality Bill for 1814
503 Munich, pauperism at

324
Longevity, means of attaining

MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS, REVIEW
among the Society of Friends 443

60, 158, 245, 341,438, 569
Louis 18th, his declaration from Ghent 453 Mungo Park's Travels in Africa
Luckcock, Mr. on the means of improving

life
deci ions by arbitration

521

death
Lucas, Rev.C. on the advantages of the Murat, dethronement of

559
hexagonal form

200 Murray, Mr. on the detonating balls 31, 133
Mr. Pytches proposed

-colchicum autumnale 133
dictionary

296

ancient tortoise at
Lunacy, abuses in executing a commis-

Peterborough

289
sion of

classification of na-
Lyon, Mr. S. on Wollaston's motto *293

tural bodies and agencies

390
Lyme, fossil bones found at

55 Myers, Mr. on the condition of the poor 58
Lying, political, the various species of 452) Naples, counter-sevolution at

559
Mail-cuaches, improvements in 585 Navigators, eastern

597
Manuscripts in the Iruperial Library at Narbal, Mr. on the dialect of Essex 125
Paris
290 Naval courts martial

322
Maestricht, account of the mountain at 254

commanders, hostile spirit of

413
Mai, Champ de, splendid ceremony at 560 Naturalizing foreign plants in different
Mangel-wurzel, Mr. Farey on
5 countries, hints for

501
Mandingves, their character and manners 386 Napoleon's return from Elba, and enthu-
Masters and journeymen, disputes of 91

siastic reception in France

263
Manners, Ancient, No. IV.

13

letter to the sovereigns
Malt liquor, wicked adulterations of

95
abdication

560
Malting, on Sir Humphry Davy's doc-

his excellent roads
trine of

17

Nature, laws of, and an electrical storm 40$
Mathson, correction about

19

Natives of King George's Sound
Manuface urer's objections to a corn bill 129

, geology of the 589
M•Culloch, Dr. his account of Staffa 246 Necessity and justice of a corn Bill
Manchester, Mr. T. Hanson on the wea Neele, Mr. his poems

44, 144, 331
ther at, for seven years

223

on the writings of Chaucer 485
crimes committed at, in Newbottle colliery, particulars of the late
twenty-one years

181
tragical explosion at

523
Mary, Miss Candler's death of
235 Newspapers, account of Italian

633
Manners and climate of southern France,

and magazines exported 250
Mr. Jennings on

293

their mischievous character 357
Mallwyd, Miss Hutton's description of 411 Newcastle coal formation, its dimensions <3
Medals of Napolcon le Grand

-, mortality at

ib.
Measure of hilly ground, difficulty con-

, great storm at

ib.
sidered with regard to the

29
", literary society at

371
Meteorological Report 67, 152, 258, 357, New Orleans, killed and wounded at 271

451, 558 Nelson, lord, his monument at Yar-
Metropolis, reflections suggested by a dis-

mouth

282, 381
tant view of

205

-, purchase of his estate 383
Meteoric stones, falls of

297
Nickel, analysis of

167
Mendicity, analysis of, in London 534 Noble, George, account of, a labourer of
Meteora, rocks and monasteries at 646 rare genius

9
Melun, glorious entry of Bonaparte into 359 Nose, Mr. Carpue's operation to restore a 53.
Meteor at Worcester

378 Northumberland, true authors of the geo-
Merino Society, proceedings of 462 logical sections of

223
Melcombe Regis, new church at 191

North Wales, Miss Hutton's letters du-
Menagerie at Paris, anecdotes of two ele. ring a tour in

410, 489
phants in

494 North pole, proposed journey to 349
Milton and Salmasius
615 Oakley, Mr. his improved bedsteads

251
, on his loss of sight

616 Occurrences, arrangement of provincial 83,
his Paradise Lost

621

178, 275, 371,467, 575
Mines in Peru, enumeration of 257 Opinions, contemporary

43
Milk, cow's, analysis of
167 Optician, Ramsden the

233
human
ib. Oriental manuscripts at Vienna

165
Misery in workhouses, aggravatiors of 224 Oxford university intelligence 186, 281, 579
Mitchell, Mr. on the ignition of the

-, number of members 445
gases

105
Parish banks in Scotland

192
Millin, M. his journal of a tour in Parmentier, M. eulogy on, by M. Cuvier 420

southern Italy in 1812 and 13 111,497 Paris, entry of the confederates into, in
Mowa-marble works, Mr. Bullock's

251
1814, by treachery

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IN DE X.

075
Paris, anecdotes of two elephants in the Poison of verdigris, cure for

163
Menagerie at
494 Pope's chapei, ceremonies in

291
extracts from the manuscripts of Pokers, improved

25
the Imperial Library at
290 Poetry, Dalzell's

14
· basins, Mr. Webster on

539 Original 45, 144, 235, 331, 427, 535
Parks, inutility of large

117

defence of the latter ages of Gre-
Pamphlers

14 cian and Latin
Panopticon at Bristol, Mr. Cumberland Poland with Russia, union of
on the

99 Poland extinguished by Russia
Papic of the French army at Waterloo 565 Posts, pigeon

292
Paper-hangings, splendid, from Paris 66 Policy, false, in regard to waste lands

313
mischief of bleaching
248 Pronunciation, Welsh

410
-, means of removing grease spots Prendergast, Mr. on the obligations and
from

504 bankruptcy of bankers
-, consumption of, in the United
Property Tax, Mr. Loffc on

197
States
254 Proclamations, grievance of

534
Pettigrew, Mr. on Lettsom's Naturalist's Price of corn, Mr. G. Booth on the causes
Companion
30 of the

33
Pensioners on the revenue, list of 135 Prizes distributed by the Smithfield club,
Persons, memoirs and remains of emiirent 36, Mr. Farey on the

34
135, 227, 323, 420 Prosody, Mr. Grant on ancient and mo-
Peterborough gaol, abuses in

187 dern

118, 304, 415, 493
Mr. J. Murray on the an Precocity of Chas. Witte

166
cient tortoise at

289 Presents from the English coast 607
Petersburgh, state of literature and print. Preservation of roots, Mr. Henderson on 163
ing at

59 PUBLIC AFFAIRS 67, 172, 258, 357, 451:
Penitentiary house, explanation in regard
to Mr. Benthara's

100, 302 PUBLICATIONS, LIST OF NEW 48, 148,
Perpetual motion completed by Zamboni

238, 338, 435, 545
and De Luc

447
Public money, its use and abuses

162
Petitions against the war

459, 472 Pytches, Mr., Rev. C. Lucas on his pro-
Phillips, Mr. on Dr. Spencer's plan of a posed dictionary

296
free gospel

28 Quartern-loaf, prices of, for ten years 257
Philips, lives of Edw. and John 614 Questions on the threatened war 261
-, Edw. and John, their parentage 615 Ramsden the optician:

233
Pilgrim, Mr. on grammatical concord Radiant heat, Mr. Reade's new and con.
Pitt, Mr. W. on the atmospherical phe. clusive experiarents on

391
nomena at Carlisle in 1814
24 Ras, account of the

610
Pigeon-posts

292 Ralph Robinson, a name assumed by Geo.
Pilton, Mr.
406 III.

.. 227
Plague at Smyrna
283 Rents, high, their pernicious effects

275
--, method of curing, by Mr. Skin Regent, the, bis assertion relative to the

445

late wars
Plagiarisms, poetical
32, 133 Reaping machine, account of

574
Planets, Mr. Dick on the light and heat Regimen, account of Dr. Lambe's
of
194 | Reddesdale, lord, objections to his act

124
Plenty, means of creating inexhaustible 316 Renon, Miss, her poem

144
Plantagenet, Emanuel, letter from 533 Refuge of the Destitute, merits of the in.
Posting, calculations relative to
476 stitution for

218
Potatoes, method of preserving for fifty Revivification of insects and animals

499
years

58 Reade, Mr. his new and conclusive expe-
chemical analysis of

255
riments on radiant heat

391
history of

422 Red sea, remarkable instance of diving
Potiphar's wife, story of

612 in the
Population of Baden and Saxony

254
coral islands in

58
Population returns of 1811

320 Refinement of our language
Staffordshire

ib. Repton, Messrs. their work on landscape
Suffolk

32 I
gardening

442
Surrey
ib. Religion, state of, in America

447
Poor, Mr. Myers on the condition of 58 Rheumatism, cure for

164
Poor and rich contrasted
406 Riots in London about the corn-bill

272
rates, Mr. Bannantine on the abuses Richard Caur de Lion, imprisonment of 426
of the, with remedies

559 Richardson, Mr. continuation of original
Mr. Campbell on the in. letters between him and Dr. Young 230
crease of
132 Ribstone, apple grown at

329
travellers, plan for relieving 186 Rich and Poor contrasted

406
Portfolio of a Man of Letters, extracts Roberts, Dr. on an apparatus for accumu-
from

42, 142, 233, 329,425 lating electricity
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Road making, the principle of, discussed 114 , Spectre of the Broken Mountain, singular
Roads, improved construction of 114

phenomenon of

$17
practical method of improving 304 Speech of Napoleon at the Champ de
public, Mr. Burrell on the means

Mai

561
of preserving

484 Sparshall, Mr. on the causes of the lumi-
Rubinson, Mr. on the destitute condition nosity of the sea

103
of a man of genius

417 Spencer, Dr. his free gospel
Royal infelicity, instance of

Lord, his useless park 117
academy

441 Squire, Mr. on the great solar eclipse in
Society, number of members

52
Nov. 1816

198
Royalists, barbarity of the

620 Steam proposed as a propelling power 349
Roehampton, description of
405 Steam boat introduced on the Thames

252
Rumford, Benj. Count, eulogy on, by M.

Clyde 349
Cuvier

323

at Margate
Runswick, dreadful catastrophe there 469

at Portsmouth
Rynier, Mr. his poem
332 Stonehenge, observations on

311
Santa Maura, account of

641 Stage-coaches, Mr. Cumberland on the
Salonica, description of

650
police of

.... 221
Sardinia, description of the island of

631 Stuart, Dr. Ferdinand Smyth, memoirs of 36
Salmasius and Milton

615
documents relative to

141
Sales, works of Francis de

17

Prince Charles, heroic sacrifice
Salt's Voyage to Abyssinia

600

made by a follower of
Sale, Mr. Edward's

248 Staffordshire infirmary, plan of 184
Sacrifice, an heroic, made by a follower Structures, public, recently erected
of Prince C. Stuart

310 Statues of Charles II. and William .. 107
School, the Westminster National Free

Stock-owners, great concession made to
Sculptures, Mr. Bacon's

their interest

205
Scriptoral association

608 Staffa, Geological Society's account of 240
Sea, Mr. Sparshall on the causes of the Stars, catalogues of

321
luminosity of

108 Stage waggons, ploughing, &c. on the
-, on the various colours of

waste of animal strength in

403
waters, analysis of

167 Superstition in prayers
Sections, true authors of the geological, Starch, its properties

352
of Northumberland

223 Stamps for newspapers, their number
Shrewsbury, column at, to Lord Mill 89 Stuarts, close of the reign of

623
Sheep, vertigo in
28, 134 Sun, its appearance at Aden

57
-, remedy for diseased
319, 394 Sunderland, riot at

373
Shakspeare
43 Sweers Island, description of

594
and Ben Jonson, "Mr. Do-

Taste, false, in favour of immured grounds
vaston on

124
and castellated mansions

405
, on the authenticity of the Tacazze, account of the river

609
first part of his Henry VI.

307 Telescopes, practical observations on 394
Siddons, Henry, his poem
144, Tedium every where

42
Sierra Leone, description of 385, 529 | Technical abbreviations, instances of

500
Simon's bay, desription of
589 Telegraphs, particulars of

202
Siberia, ancient tombs in

59

-, an extended system proposed 203
Sinclair, Sir John, subscription for 442 Temperature, Dr. Buxton on the effects
Sidmouth, catastrophe at

583 of, on consumption and asthma II, 121,
Sirocco wind, account of
640

225
Slave trade, abolished by Napoleon 347 Terra Australis, Capt. Flinders' voyage to 587
Smith, Mr. J. P. on political economy Tempe, modern state of

649
and the corn question

Theatres of London and Paris, comparison
on the obligations of of

165
the Bank of England to pay in specie 393 Thornton, Henry, esq. memoirs of 140
Smoke of London
116, 425 Theological wit, instance of

426
Society, the Royal, of London 335, 431 | Thorpe, Dr. his exposition of the abuses
British and Foreign School

50
of the African institution

135
-, the Geological
248 Timothy, Eichhorn on

143
the Water-Colours

290 Tinning, origin of
Soda water, observations on

553 Timor, account of the island of
Societies, Proceedings of Public 50, 151, 240, Tobacco, ancient venders of

13
335, 431, 539 Tour in southern Italy, journal of a, ia
Solar eclipse, Mr. Squire on the great, 1812 and 13, by M. Millin III, 497
in Nov. 1816

198 in North Wales, Miss Hutton's
spots, Mr. Lofft on

letters during a

410, 489
Sophocles, the tragedies of

102 Tortoise, Mr. J. Murray on the ancient,
Spanish América, its commerce 257 at Peterborough

289

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677
Tortoise, the land, on the habits of 389 | War and peace, ancient practices of kings
Toad found in a stone
365, 234 of England relative to

419
Toller, che Rev. T. his repartee 426 Waste jands, false policy in regard to 313
Tragical explosion at Newbottle colliery 523

customs of lords of the manor 503
Tragedies of Sophocles

Waterloo, panic of the French army at 565
Treatment of horses, irrational 115, 205

English and French accounts 563
Trees, destruction of apple

492

killed and wounded at 662
-, account of the

597

Weather at Manchester for seven years 123
Turtle, account of
596 | Weeds, treatise relative to

448
Tullion husbandry, experiment in 56, 372

Webster, Mr. on the Paris, Isle of Wight,
Tunnage in 1813

163 and London basins
Tumulus at Campden

379 Wellington and Blucher at Ligny, defeat suz
Turks, their habits and character 648 Welsh pronunciation

410
Tyne, its cold district described

524
farms

413
Unanimity of juries

330
courtships, account of

491
Union of Poland with Russia

558 Weights and measures, plan to reform 555
Unitarians, controversy relative to the 444 Westminster National Free School
Uranolites, list of, recorded

299 Whale fight, description of
Vale of Langford, description of 105, 219, Wheel carriages, improved construccion 179
Varieties, Literary and Philosophical"53, 159, Wheat, prices of, for twenty years 256
248, 345, 441, 549

Parmentier's experiments on 423
Vavasor, Tho. challenge of
...533 Wit, example of ancient

142
Van Diemen's Island, account of 597 Wilson, Dr. on the means of improving
Vane, account of the death of Sir

the practices of farmers

14, 215
Henry
621 | Wisdom, who wrote the

309
Vegetable diet, the editor's experience Wiltshire, spirited resolution of
of

654 Worth, public, of villas
Vertigo in sheep
28, 134 Wolcot, Dr. his poem

45
Versification, English errors relative to Workhouses, aggravations of misery in 224
French

396 | Wollaston's motiu, Mr. S. Lyon on 293
Vessels, trading, in 1813
168 Woollen manufactory at Leeds, state of

374
Vitriol, on the oil of, tor calico-printing 16 Writing, analysis of the art of

143
Villas, public, worth of
116 Wreck-reef Bank, account of

599
View of London, a distant

205 of the Alexander Indiaman 383
Vortex, aerial, of sand
23 Yew tree in Wales

412
Voyage, an anctent Arabian

292
in Gloucestershire

go
Volcanic eruption at Albay, late 502 Young, Dr. continuation of original Let-
Walk to Kew, a Morning's 115, 201, 313, ters between him and Mr. Richardson 230

405 | Young's Farmer's Calendar recommended 14
Water-colours Society

441

observations on ditto 215
War, queries to the advocates for 239

Rev. Arthur, his singular ad-
first American
331 vertisement

476
Mr. Lofft on the
486 | Zante, description of the isle of

631
-, opinion of the corporation of Lon-

pitch wells at

ib.
don relative to the late ones

272 | Zamboni, Signor, his galvanic motion 162,

285

116

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REMARKABLE PERSONS DECEASED.
Armstrong, Dr. 178 Fleming, Dr. 464 Morris, Edw.esq. 369 Romford, Count, 79,
Ashly, T.J. 74 Fuller, Rev.And. 475 Mullet, T. 77

383
Auckland, Lord 76 Fulton, Robc.esq.480 Myfur, Owen Jones 88 Sanders, Capt. 479
Bartolozzi, the Griesbach, Pro Nicholson,Mr.W.572

Scott, Dr.

74
engraver 586 fessor 137 Parmentier, M. 420 Sewel, the Rev. S. 182
Berthier, Marshal ib. Hamilton, Lady, 96, Patrick, the Rev. Siddons, Henry,
Brandreth, Dr. 375

274
R.
180 esq.

480,
Buchanan, Dr. 187 Heyne, Professor 288 Pennington, W. Skeffington, Sir
Cleaver, Bishop 464 Hennah, the Rev.

373

177
Coke, Dr. 288

584 Perry, Mrs. 274 Smirke, Richard,
Creech, W. esq. 192 Hornblower, Jon. 286 Pilfold, Mrs.

177

469, 571
Crowther, Bryan 572 Hood, Sir S. 586 Polhill, Mrs. 478 Smith, T.

572
Dannett, Rev.H. 180 Jervis, Mrs. 283 Porter, W. esq. 465 Stuart, Dr. 36, 14!
Delaval, E.H.esq. 138 Kendal, Jobn 284 --, W. S. esq. 572 Thornton, Henry,
Denina, Abbé 139 Leon, Princess de 192 Rendle, Rev. J. 583 esq. 74, 140
Dorset, Duke of 177 Ligne, Prince de 192 Roberdeau, J. P.

Thorold, Sir Jno. 279
Dyke, W. esq. 285 Luthian, Marquis 73 esq.

464 Ware, Jas. esq. 369
Ellis, Geo. esq. 370 Malcolm, J. P. 369 Roberts, Mr. 75 Waltham, Rev.J. 377
Ferriar, Dr.

182 Moody, Mrs. 74 Roxburgh, Dr. 287 Wentworth, Lord 463

esq.

Wm.

R.

sor

48

*, Lord

INDEX to LIVING NAMES in the VARIETIES, NEW PUBLICATIONS,

NEW MUSIC, &c.
Anderson, Rev. Broughton, C. 119, Cook, Gen. 436 Godwin, Mr. 345,
Wm.
48
546 Cooper, Mr. Ast-

547, 591
Accum, Mr. 435,160 Brothers, Mr. 150 ley

551 Gold, F. 339
Ackermann, Mr. 443 Brande, W. T. 161, Craig, W.M. 161 Goldsmith, Rev.
Adams, J. 49
249, 552 Crawford, W. 240

J.

435
Addison, J. 341, 245, Bradley, Rev. C. $39 Cunningham, J. Gosling, W. 515

439
Brown, Jas. B. 165 W.

547 Gregory, Dr. Olin-
Aikin, Dr. 345 Bromley, Walter 436 Davy, Sir Hum-

thus

55, 339
Allan, T. 238
Brookes, S. 547 phrey 55, 250 Gross, E.

49
Anderton, C. 341 Buck, Rev. C. 443 Davidson, D. 339 Graves, Geo. 149
Appleton, Mrs. Burnouf, Protes-

Damer, Hon. Grainger, Mr. 251,
E.
163
58 Mrs.

349, 516
Aspin, Mr. J. 56 Buchanan, David 158 Dawe, Mr. 533 Grant, Rev. J. 251,
Ashton, J.
339

>
Mr.
Debure, M. 58

349
Ashe, Cant. T.
443 R.
163 Dearn, T. D. W. 49 Graglia, C.

239
Babbage, Chas. 161 Budd, Rev. A. 150

59 Grinsell, Mr. T. 253
Bacon, Mr. 53 Burney, Miss 251 Debrett, Mr. 163 Gray, S.

437
Bateman, T. 49 Burnham, T. 238 Dealtry, Rev. W. 437 Gregson, Mr. M. 444
Basanistes

50 Butler, Chaj. ib. Dickenson, W. 149 Greaves, Jon. 547
Bakewell, Robt. 149 , Rev. S. 239 Dillon, Mr. 103 Guille, Dr. 58
Ballantyne,

Buck, Sir Geo. 249 Dibden, T. 338 Guthrie, Mr. G.
Messrs. 160 Bullock, G. 250, 252 Dodd, Mr. Ralph 54, J. 347, +36
Barrow, Wm. 436 Buchanan, R.

232

163 Gurney, W. B. 436
Baynes, w. 545 Byron, Miss 49 Dodsworth, Mr. Hamilton, w.
Bell, John 161, 238
340 W. 54, 438

Miss 345
Bernard, Hon. H. Byrom. John 165 Donavon, Mr. 346 Hanbury, W. 164,
B.
150 Carpue, Mr. 55, 55+ Drennan, Wm. 436

435
Rev. R. Campbell, Rev. Dugdale, Sir W. 160 Hall, Capt. 164
B.

54 J. 50,150 Dunkin, J. 251, 349 Hammer, Mr. 165
Benson, Maria 49

Tho. 161, Duncan, Mr. 232, Hassendonck, J.
Bell, Rev. T. 50

345
349, 456 B. do

239
Becket, Mr. A. 162

Chas. 435 Dunderdale, Rev. Hamilton, Mrs.
Bellamy, Mr. 164 Cawthorne, J.

238
J.

301 Elizabeth 435
Berwick, Rev. Carpenter, Rev.

Duppa, R. 239 Hailes, Lord 437
Edward 338 Lant

435 Edward, Mr. 249 Haslewood, Mr. 413,
Beauchamp, M. Carmichael, R. 436 Elliott, G. 338

554
de

341 Calvert, Robe. 546 Elgin, Lord 552 Hartstonge, Mr.
Belsham, T. 249,341 Chalmers, Mr. A. 48 Estlin, T. P. 150 W.

547
Bell, R. 238 Chateaubriand, Esculin, G. 547 Hansard, T. C. ib.
Berry, Wm. 240 F. A. de, 50, 251, Eustace, Mr. 55 Harris, Mr. 351
Birkbeck, M. 50

437 Evans, Rev. John 56 Henderson, Mr.
Blackmore, T. 149 Chapman, Messrs.162

J.

163
Bladdon, F, W. ib. Cheakell, Sir J. 239 Ewing, Tho. 148 Hey, w. jun. 339
Blunt, Mr. C. 253
Clarendon, Lord 56, Fairman, Capt. 340

Richard 457
Black, Mr. 114

238 Farre, J. R. 546 Herbert, Hon.
Boyde, Walter 49 Clarke, Dr. H. 59 Faber, G. S. 547 W. 444, 547
Bootb, G.

150

W. 341, 240 Fenwick, Mrs. 148 Hewlett, Rev.
Bonaparte, I.u-
Tho. 438 Fleming, Peter 546 John

547
cien
165

161 Flint, Wm. 547 Hill, Sam.
Boyce, Mr. E.

349

Mr. R. ib. Forster, Rev. E. 161 Horsley, Bishop 54,
Boswell, J. W. ib.
-,Dr. John 245, - Tho. 339,436

239, 341
Bourn, T. 339

445 Foley, Jas. 238 Holland, Dr. 54, 240
Bonar, Rev. A. 341, Cochrane, Lord 49 Ford, Mr. 444 Hogg, Jas. 149

437 Collyer, W. B. 150 Fosbrooke, Rev. Hone, W. 238
Boekmann, C.G. 254 Cooper, Rev. E. ib. T.D.

551 Hofland, Mrs. 49
Boys, J. 438 Cockburn, Lieut.. Frere, J: Hatley 50 Honiball, Tbos. 340
Britton, Mr.
550

ib. Francis, E.S. 149 Hodgson, Jas. 339
Brown, Richard 546 Cooke, Rev. Dr. 162 Frast, Rev. R. 554
Braham, J. 340 Cox, F. A.
338 Gamble, Mr. 164, F.

239
Brydges, Sir E. 55, Cormac, Rev. J. 341

239, 340 Holme, Rev. J. 340
347 Coombs, J. M. S42 Gatayes 438 Hoare, Sir R. C. 251
Brewster, Dr. 57 Couke, M. 343, 439 Genlis, Madame Howell, Mr. T. 444
Bryce, Rev. J. 48 Copeland, T. 283 de 340, 436 Hutton, Dr. $45

Mr. 251 Coggins, Jos. 246 Gilmour, Robt. 149 Hunt, L. 299
Bridge, Rev. B. 49 Coxe, Mr. P. 253 Gordon, J.

148 Huish, Mr. 251

Hutchinson,

50

, Dr. C.

340

gen. G.

- Rev.

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