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ngis2 Niebelson, Mh his invention of a set
electrical instrument, 306,
action of cylinden, ib,
-, on the magnetic polarity of a
JA, on the faca mergandy 330.
sible perspiration of animals, 515 99, 335I try 'n 1,6,
Nitric acid. See Fourtray.
poetically described, 419.
*moir on, by M. Bes Fontaines, 576.
plates of gold found in Ireland, 329.
Palm-tree, growth of, different from thos
Paradox, hydrostatis; the principle of,
applied to a new mechanical iarza.
lion. See Bramab.
Park, Mr. his instructions for exploring
the interior of Africa, 243. His 2-
sality among the troops a St. Do- reception at Fatieconda, 245. Of the
Foulahs of Bondou, 240. Progress
through several other nations, 248.
Plundered of his property, ib. As.
rives at the capital of Bambarra, and
pares to cross the river, but is probi-
of a negroe woman, with the Docbest
along the banks of the Niger, 254.
his journey along the river, and is re-
duced to depend for subsistence on che
in which the Russian nobility live often unkind, but the women ani.
versally benevolentj 257. Cresses
to England, 259..
Perkins, Dr. cerificates of the efficacy of
his metallic instrumtats, 559.- Re.
marks on, 560, &c.
Mejamun and Leild, abstract of the that lamented sca officer, 63.
Perspiration, iasensible, of animals, me-
moir on, by M. M. Seguin 'and Lis Scherer, M. extrace from his journal of
- Perkinian medical pra tice, 561.
Segwia, M. his methad of tonning, gori
xtion of animals, 5550"!
dove com, recoinmended, 375. piry of a mountain of, 309.
sicellent private character, 294. Ac.
rory, 565. His visit to the Emperor the Biograpbiana, ib. His poetical
epistle to his nieces, 296.
the butter made from it; 254.
tion of ships, 15:
Sberwen, Dr. case of an imperforated
Sbips, improvements in the coostruction
Smith, Richard, his account of a liga.
removal of a carious portion of that
+ bone, 167.
verses addressedioFair Devon's Solids, resistance of, observations and
experimcats relative to, 517. Gali-
leo's theory concerning, 518. Opis
nions of succeeding philosophers, 519.
M. Girard's experiments and analy.
dical researches on this subject, 522.
Sonnels, and Sonnef-writing, considered,
282. Those written by Miss Seward
Stavorinus, Admiral, his account of his
voyages to the East Indies, 128. De-
scripcion of a Dotch farm at the Cape,
129. Of the combats of wild beatus
at Java, 134. Establisment at Celem
bes, 135. At Amboyna, 11376 Ac.
count of the Alfeers, 138. State of
European factories at Surat, 139.
Sun, affirmed to be a body of ice, 1go.
Swedes, their national character, 356.
miss, $37. Their use of the trun-
in drawing, memoir on. See Zonet. painful disorder, 165:
of osviating the effects of heat and
See Walker, Reflexions on the choice Urige, human, curious chemical asalysis
Wakefield, Mr, his Diatriče, &c. criticise in
311,426. The critic's bow to M..
at parking, 443,
Oriental emigration of the antient on Italian (raged«, 1, His accouat of
theatre, 5. Of Speron Sporuni, and
bassy to China contioned, 33. His ibe Of Giraldo Cinthio, and his pro-
poets, and their wo ks, 8.
paratus belonging to Teyler's founda. of Erglish prose, from the Revolution
to the prerent time, 24.
and destroying contagion in hospitals which opium was given without suce
observations on, 411. Dr. Woodville's as a subrriture for the Peruvias bark,
85. M. Bartholdi's analysis of the
er's Manual," sec«mnended by M.La H'irds, colo, issuing out or the earth, Tem
planets about the sun, tol. Of the
tuation and importance in the Anie. Arguments in confirmatiun of the
Copernican system, 502. Comment on
tions of the elliptical motion of the
His treatment of Zinc, obs. on the terreous ore of, from
Message to Pope Siberia, $17
of crayons of paste of Sanguire, used in
enütled, a gross'imposition on the Darwin, criticised, 151, 264.
public, 445. Specin en f, 446. Z cucb, Mr. His account of the Rev.Joka
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