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Lichfield, ecclesiastical history of, to the European who visits the
West Indies, as a preventative
Methodists, the treatment of, with
operation of, 207, 208.
burton, I. note.
Money, origin of the invention of,
and rate of interest on, discus-
Aourishing state of literature Montesquieu, President, two origi.
nal letters of, 491. His cele-
Monte Video, account of, 92.
on, 263. note.
Moore, Sir John, eulogy on by
the Commander in chief, 70:
Spain, from his own journal,
ment relative to, 280. See 315. Curious anecdote rel. to,
318. Obs. on his conduct, pre
kale, 269. On the early pur- Moors of Barbary, domestic man-
ners of, 196.
ticulars and character of, 535,
of, and its connection with Morocco. See Marocco.
Moses, comparison of, with Christ,
ticulars relative to, 189--203.
Nectarines & Perches growing to-
Newgate, its bad accommodations
New Testament, obs, on the dia.
account of a canal in, 359. Newton, Sir Isaac, interview of the
cation of, and their progress in Niemeyer, Dr., his work on edu.
cation praised, 518,
character, 508, 509. Speci. Pharmacopæia, remarks on altera-
tions made in the last Edin-
burgh edition of, 304.
175. Farther remarks on, 176,
Pillar-towers, description of those
antient buildings, 262.
the history of Scotland cha-
them to our climate, 269.
a dictionary of such words, 484. Pond-fish. See Fish.
mont for medical purposes, 143, earnings, and their expenditure,
of Scotland and of Ireland,
Poor-rates, in Sussex, and gene-
rally, serious increase of, 141. 1
ter unfavourably represented,
ments on, 356.
of, into England, 268. Oa va-
rieties of, 271.
trine of annuities, 410.
tion of, affer a grand Jury has
one branch, instances of, Procession, religious, in Spain, in-
British officer, 316.
Punishments, legal, and capital, Salt-mines of the Tyrol, description
excellent obs. on by Dr. Parr,
Saxons, obs. on the state of archi.
tecture among, 259, &c.
land, in an important degree,
influence on liberty, commerce, Scott, Dr. John, account of, 298.
and civilization, 475-477. Scott, Mr. Walter, observations on
mont, for medical uses, 143. 235
said to have been written by, great requisites for, 384. 290.
Various readings of, 289.
Seriousness in religious matters
nalis of quadrupeds, 359.
tions on the empires of, after ed for their wool, and the neces-
Ship, coming to Deptford to be
his life, 338-345;
Slaves, traffic in, from the interior
Snake. See Boa.
Somerville, Lord, his remarks or
watching his former ship coming 436.
to Deptford to bebroken up 36. Spain, account of the English
earthquake in, 532. Fertility Moore, and of the inadequacy
of the Spanish Patriots to sup.
port their cause, 72-84. Far.
, on the Tuberose, 329.
Spunging-Houses, regulations of, Utrecht, peace of, particulars con28.
nected with that event, 460. Steel. See Iron. Stone. See Lithotomy.
W Strawberries, on the management Walpole, Mr. letters to, from Mr. of, 271., Improved culture of
Granger, 292. the Alpine species, 276. Warburton, Bp, traits of his chaStylites. See Symeon.
racter, and of his friendship for Sugar, experiments on the appli Bp. Hurd, 1-11. Observa
cation of, as food for cattle, tions on his Divine Legalion, 223
14. Sulphur, experiments on the ana Watery grave, new species of, de.. sysis of, 357,
scribed by a French female Sussex, agricultural particulars of
that county, 138-147. Wedgwood, Mr., on the culture, Sweden. See Gustavus.
of the Dahlia, 273. Swift, Dean, accused of Deism, West, James, biographical account
and defended, 464. Symeon Stylites, observations on Whale, particulars of its natural his extraordinary mode of life,
history, 115 264.
Wheat. See Hiil- Wheat. Synchronisms, or chronological Wilkinson, Mr., on the form of arrangement of events in all
Hot-houses, 276. ages and nations, 537. Williams, Mr., on the maturation
of grapes, 273 T
Wilna, account of its hospital, Thurlow, Lord, anecdotes of, as climate, diseases, &c. 498, a lover of the arts, ?41.,
499. Troughton, Mr., on dividing in. Wool, observations on the growth struments, 363.
and improvement of, 381– Tuberose, on the culture of, 270. 384. Typbus, mode of treating that :
Y fever by a Physician of Wilna,
reast, substitute for, in making 499. Tyrol, interesting and sublime
bread, 143. scenery of that country, 478. Yellow-fever, new mode of preAccount of its salı-mines, 479. venting its ravages, 206. of the lake Konigssée, 480. loung, Dr. on the functions of
the heart and arteries, 352. On V and U
Elective Attractions, 359. Vines, method of stopping their
Z bleeding, when pruned, 273. Voltaic afparatus, on the con Zizania-aquatira, successfully colstruction of, 356.
tivated by Sir Joseph Banks, Voltaire, his intention of dedicat
269.. ing his Henriade to Lord Bo. Zoology, the study of, recom. lingbroke, 453.
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