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tory of the Tsakhars in, 191--specimen
Indigestion, a Treatise on, and its conse of the poetry of the inhabitants of, 193.

quences, &c. referred to, 208, 240. Morse, Samuel, F. B., his Fine Arts, re-
Johnson, Dr. James, bis Essay on morbid ferred to, 70-character of his National
sensibility of the Stomach and Bowels, Academy, 83.
&c. referred to, 208-remarks on the

N.
prevalence of dyspepsia in England, Natural history, on the study uf, 468---on
219_his observations on some of the the early systems of, 470-- on language
causes of dyspepsia, ib.-recommends and terms in relation to the study of,
travelling to the dyspeptic, 234.

476---of the vegetable kingdom, 480.
Jurisdiction, Hoffman's remarks on, 62. Niebuhr, bis Summary to Roman Histo-
Jussieu, Anthony L. de, bis Genera Plan ry, referred to, 35.

tarum, &c referred to, 488, 490. North America, Hall's Travels in, re-
Jussieu, Bernard de, made knowo bis ar viewed, 321--369.

rangement of the sexual system, 485— Novels --National, of, Fielding's, 371-
his views and arrangements published Richardson's, 376---Smollet's, 379...
by his nephew, 488 - first distributed Vicar of Wakefield, 381--- The Gothic or
all plants into seven classes, 489. Chivalrous Romance, Walpole's Castle
K

of Otranto, 382--Mrs. Radcliffe's, 383---
Keymis, sent by Raleigh in search of gold The Historical, Sir Walter Scott's, 383

mines, 447-despatched by Raleigh on .-The Miscellaneous, Robinson Crusoe,
a second expedition to Guiana, 448– 384.--Sterne's, 385-Johnson's Rasse-
goes with Raleigh on another expe las, ib.-.-Johnstone's Chrysal, ib..--M'-
dition to Guiana, 460-attacks a Span Kenzie's, ib----Goodwin's, ib.----Hol-.
ish town, and loses young Raleigh, ib. croft's, ib. --Miss Burney's, ib.---Miss
-reproached by Raleigh, and com Edgeworth's, ib.---the more modern,
mits suicide, ib.

386--Pelham, Disowned and Devereux,
Klaproth, Julius Von, bis edition of the ib. --of the Waverly, 518---of Cooper's,

Travels of the Russian Mission through 521.
Mongolia to China, referred to, 176--

0.
his statement of the number of the Old Age, on diet, in relation to the at-
Chinese army, 194-bis account of the tainment of, 224.
failure of the last English embassy to Ourga, a description of, 186---looked up-
China, 205.

on with reverence by the Mongols, ib.
L.

stations established by the Russians
Legal Outlines, reviewed, 47---quoted, 48, from, to China, 187.
49-51, 52-62, 63.

P.
Letters from Cuba, referred to, 123--ex- Paris,Dr. J.A.his Treatise on Diet, &c. re-
tracts from, 124, 126-136.

ferred to, 208--his definition of dyspep-
Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, the, 433--466. sia, 215--his remarks on the difference
Linnæus, his Systema Naturæ, referred of food, 224 --his opinion of wine and

to, 474-bis works, 484--on the sexual spirits as regards dyspeptics, 227.
system of, in plants, 488.

Paylaye, M. de la Carne de Sainte, see
Literature, influence of chivalry upon, Sainte Paylaye.
405-433.

Pekin, description of, 197-on the mar-
M.

kets of, 199--climate of, 200.
Maio, Angelo, his M. Tvllii Ciceronis de Philip, Dr. A. P. W., his Treatise on

Repvblica, &c., referred to, 136- -dis Indigestion referred to, 208_remarks
covered the fragment of the manu on a proper quantity of food to he ta.
script in the monastery of Gobio, 146. ken, 223-states a singular case of dys.
McCarlney, Lord, his embassy to China, pepsia, 226_his opinion of wine, &c.

referred to, 178---curious incident rela As regards dyspeptics, 227.
tive to, 207.

Pictures, on the purchase of old, 84.
Mongolia, description of, and its inhabi- Plants, on the classification or, 466-ar-

tants, 182---on the customs of the inha rangement and distribution of, 469-OR
bitants of, ib.---brick tea extensively the fundamental principles of Can-
used in, 184--has considerable trade dolle's classification of, 493–difference
with China in the article of wood, ib. between classifications of, 496-ou the
--on the religion of the inhabitants of, natural orders of, 497.
186--on the obos or altars erected on Plaulus, Monologue in the Penulus of,
the elevated places of, 189---on the Ro 37-46.
binia Pygmæa of, 1:00---on the desert of Poetry, on ancient, 406—chivalric, 409
Gobi in, ib..--a description of the terri ---Provençal, 420---the pastoral of the

Troubadours, 424---the decay of the --plans a voyage for the discovery of
Provençal, 429.

the North-West passage, ib.-nomina-
Political Economy, Sismondi's, 262-285. ted one of the Council of War to pre-
Politics of Antiquity, 165---on the excel pare for the Spanish Armada, ib.-had

lence of the Roman polity, ib.---the command on shore but joins the Eng-
democrat of the ancients similar to the lish fleet, ib.-obtains an augmentation
jacobin of the moderns, 167---on unmit of his wine patent, 442-renews his
igated democracy, 169--Roman polity friendship with Spenser, 443-carries
of an aristocratic spirit and character, Spenser to Court, and persuades him
171.

to the publication of the Fairy Queen,
Porta, his doctrine of analogy between ib.-himself a poet, ib.-offends the
plants and animals, 480, note.

Queen by an affair of gallantry with
Preaching, on the ends of, 244.

one of her maids of honor, 444-sails
Provençals, so styled on account of their for Trinidad, 445-arrives at the Pro-

language, 420---on the airs of the, ib. vince of Aromia, 446-his faith in the
note-on the language of the, 421--on existence of the Amazons, ib.-on his
the pastoral poetry of, 424---the names return to England publishes an account
of the poetical institutions of, 425, note of the countries he had visited, 447–
-the cours d'amours of the, 427.-on despatches Keymis to Gujana, 448–
the poetical essays of the, 428--the de joins Howard and Essex, second in
cline of the poetry of the, 430.

command, in an expedition against
Prussia, on the elementary schools of, 91 Cadiz, ib.-his important services in

--on the gymnasia of, 95---libraries of, the attack on the enemy, 449—disap-
111.

pointed in the reward for his services,
Puffendorf, his de Officio Hominis et Ci 450-after his return from Cadiz des-
vis, referred to, 57.

patches another ship to Guiana, ib.-
Punic Monologue, the, as corrected by successfully attacks Fayal, 451-ob-

Bochart, 37 -- from Mocenigus' edition tains the confidence of Elizabeth, ib.
of Plautus, 38---Bochart's Hebrew ver -his conduct in relation to the fall of
sion of, 39---another version of, ib.-- Essex, ib. - James prejudiced against,
Chaldee version of, 40- Latin versions ib.-associates himself with Cobham,
of, 41---Samaritan version of 42.- Val 452—his detence on his trial, ib.--con-
lancey's version of, 43---O'Connor's fined to the Tower, 455—his estates
Irish version of the first five lines of, confiscated, ib.-his " great cordial,"
45

ib.-Prince Henry's affection for him,

ib.--composes his History of the
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Cayley's Life of, World, 456—his opinion of the site of

referred to, 433—the origin of the Paradise, 457—of his religious opin-
North-American Provinces may be ions, 458—his opinion of slavery, ib.
traced to his genius, ib.-of an ancient released from prison, fitted out a fleet
family, 434—served in a company of for Guiana, 459—at Trinidad seized
volunteers sent to the aid of the Huge. with a fever, 460-loses his son, ib.
nots, ib.-served under the Prince of -on his return to England was ar-
Orange, 435-an incident turns his at rested, ib.—tried on the old charge of
tention to the naval service, ib.-in treason, 463–condemned, 465-dis
Ireland with a commission in the ar claims having attended the execution
my, ib.-anecdotes of, displaying his of Essex from any malignant feeling,
courage, 436-gallantry to Queen Eliz ib.-his execution, 466.
abeth, ib.--accompanies the Duke of Regni Vegetabilis Systema Naturale, re-
Anjou to the Netherlands, ih--unites ferred to, 466, 491---on the plan of the
himself with Sir H. Gilbert in a voy. work, 493.
age to Newfoundland, 436-obtains a Republic of Cicero, the, 136-164.
patent from Queen Elizabeth for ma. Richardson, one of the earlier reformers
king discoveries, 437-despatches two of the British novel, 377 --character of
vessels for North-America, ib.--the his novels, ib.--criticism on the leading
honor of knighthood conferred on him, characters introduced into his novels,
438-fits out a second expedition to 378.
Virginia, ib.-introduces the use of to. Robinson Crusoe, referred to, 384-the
bacco into England, 439-fits out a author of, left other works, scarcely
fourth expedition to Virginia, 440— now remembered, ib.
disposes of his patent, ib.—the monop- Romance, the ancient, 412.
oly for vending wines granted him, 441

R.

Russell, John, his Tour in Germany, &c. Sydenham, his opinion on the importance

referred to, 86--visited Germany with of exercise in the cure and prevention
the usual prejudices of his countrymen, of gout, stated, 233 --singular cure of
87---remarks on the German profes his, by sending a patient to an imagi-
sors, 107---notices the carousals, &c. of nary doctor in Inverness, related, 236.
the German students, 114.

T.
S.

Tatooing, various versions of the word,
Sagra, D. Ramon de la, his Anales de 34.

Ciencias, Agricultura, Comercio y Timkowski, George, bis Travels through
Artes, referred to, 285, 292.

Mongolia to China, referred to, 176-
Sainte Palaye, M. de la Curne de, his appointed to conduct a new mission

Memoires sur l'Ancienne Chevalerie, from Kiakhta to the Chinese capital,
referred to, 405---devoted his life to the 181---describes the manufacture of
study of the Provençal literature, 432, brick tea, 184 detained on his jour-
note.

ney, on account of the death of the
Scott, Sir Walter, his series of Novels re Emperor of China, 185--enters China,

ferred to, 383---his Anne of Geierstein 193—- his observations on the great
reviewed, 498---bis talent for dramati wall, ib.--and on Chinese agriculture,
zing, 518.

195--notices the willows of China, 196
Sermons, Bishop Heber's, reviewed, 241 --arrives at Pekin, ib.--his description

-composed for extraordinary occa of Pekin, 197 -- formed an unfavourable

sions, 243.-extracts from, 250-260. opinion of the Chinese, 200--returns to
Sismondi, J. C. L. Simonde de, bis Poli Kiakhta, 204.

tical Economy referred to, 261---the Tobacco, on the cultivation of, in Cuba,
arrangement of his discussions, 262--- 313--on the export of, from Cuba, 314
considers, with Adam Smith, that la ----its first introduction into Europe,
bour is the sole origin of wealth, 263-. 439.
disagrees with Say and Ricardo, on Tour in Germany, a, referred to, 86---ex-
the doctrine of production creating de tracts from, 107-109.
mand, 278--his opinion in unison with Travels in China, 176--207.
that of Malthus, on the same subject, Travels in North-America, referred to,
ib.---opposed to Malthus on the subject 321.-extracts from, 322, 326, 349, 354,
of population, 283---remarks on a pas 360-364.
sage of his, relative to the United Travels in the North of Germany, referred
States, 284.

to, 86----extracts from, 91-98, 104-107,
Slavery, on the change of opinion in re 109-111, 118.

ference to, 352---Capt. Hall's opinion Troubadours, so styled on account of
of, 354---does not extinguish affection their inventions, 420----the reign of the
between the slave and his master, 358 Berengers, the most brilliant era of the,
---on the evils of, 360---the condemners 423-..on the pastoral poetry of the,
of, apt to forget the share they contri 424----the rewards of the, 427----the
bute towards the permanence of, 361 cours d'amours of the, ib.--the poetical
---on the right of the slave-holding essays of the, 428----the decay of the,
States to maintain, 365.

429---the religious novels or romances
Smollet, in his novels, the painter of of the, ib. note---the biography of the,
three kingdoms, 379- emphatically na-

432.
tional, ib.---of his Roderick Random,

U.
ib.-on the general character of his United States, the, on elections in, 326----
novels, 380.

the people of the mother country ig-
South Carolina, Abbot's remarks on, 124. norant of the real condition and his-
Sterne, on the writings of, 385.

tory of, 329---on the free government
Stuart, Gilbert, the painter, referred to, of, 333 --government not a mere expe-
78.

riment, 336---on the will of the people
Sugar, on the cultivation of, in Cuba, of, as regards candidates for high offi-

305---quantity of, exported from differ ces in the government of, 338-on the
ent territories compared with the area judiciary of, 340---on the rage for inno-
of the same, 306---on the distribution of vation in politics in, 344--on the state
the exports of, 307--on the profits of of education in, 345--on the southern
the cultivation of, 308.-on the manu institutions of, 352.
facture of, 311--on a new mode of ap-
plying heat in the refining of, 312.

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