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To the REMARKABLE Passages in this Volume.
N. B. To find any particular Book, or Pamphlet, see the
Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.
ABDUL KURREEM, Kojeb, his me. Ancelin, M. his obs. on fingular contrace
moirs of Nadir Shah, 699. His cha- tions of the re&tum, 696.
Aneurisms, M. Walter's memoir concern-
of the arch of the aorta, 694
the quantity of salts diffolved in it, ib. fan and Ibrahim, 6o1. Their lise
Arsenic, beneficial effe&ts of, by external
flammatory constipation of the bowels, Ascaris Lumbricoides, remarks on, 477.
Apbaltires, lake of, contradictory accounts
Atropbia laziantium, remarks on the pre-
Auffin, Dr. his experiments on the forma.
nities of the phlogisticated and light
boushood of. Bombay, 23. Nature and polition of the viscera, 143.
Banks, the poet, his Albico Queens como
pared with Mr. St. Jobn' Mars 2.41
the happiness of mankind, 165. In- Barker, Mr. his register of the barome-
of the annual growth of trees, 303•
Barometers, neceffity of knowing the fico
limbs, 15. How to be performed, 16. 3%.
Bavaria, Charlotte Elizabeth Princess of, Cancers, treatment of, 483. Cures to be
her original letters, 151. Her charac- expected from bleeding, ib.
Candia, description of the ladies of that
of obftru&ted deglutition, 480. Canıbarides, use of, in dropical com-
nant waters, and marsy grounds, 696. 146.
the Soobadary of Azeem ul Shan, to on the conversion of a mixture of de-
phlogisticated and phlogisticated air into
quiries into the longitude of several Cbamberlair, Mr. his remarks on the
fulvent powers of camphor, 481.
account of Herod's Naughter of the and of his wirty dramatic writings,
given by the Royal Soc. of Medicine at is peculiarly liable, accounted for, 118.
physicians, 122. Doubtful accounts of
Chinese hemp, culture of, in England, 22.
fects of various substances in lowering Jumbricoides, 477.
on the case of a patient who dir.
mitting fever, 481.
Cold. See Walker,
Common Prayer Book, revised, and im-
ibe Episcopalian churches in the United
on the Linnean sexual fyllem, 337. ticed, 388. Additions, adapted to Ame-
Conftitution, political, of Great Britain,
573. Remarkable saying of bis, on Copper mines at Fablun described, 617.
Wonderful scenery, and curious opera-
expedition against that place, 309. Corrus, in botany, that genus described,
servations on an hydraulic machine, Cour, M. de la, his prize discourse on the
principles of patriotism, and the best
Craven, Lady, her journey through the
mended as valuable spring food for fountain of Vaucluse, 102. Of Hyeres,
Countels de la Motie, 267. Farther tor, 206. Of the King of Poland, 20ʻT.
Journey through part of Russia, 208,
tive against the Turks, 211,
Cruelty to living animals, as practiled by Divisors. See Waring.
anatomists. &c. juftly censured, 430. Dixon, Capt. sets out on a trading formie
sound the world, 503. Amirei 23
Sandwich Ihands, 504. ALO.C#
And from Sorades, an Athenian, 410. the sale of his furs, in ebe Cbisele s
Dropsy. See Farr, Letifex, Wirbis,
on the nature of, and on the recomm
the intended Scottish secilement there, fion, 304. Mr. Kite's prize eam a
Du Bos, Abbé, his literary merit cas
Dudley, Rev. Henry Bate, reccvers a cos-
method of inftructing them. See De by embankment, 21.
Dutcb, their cbaraéter, manners, fore>>
to the tranllation of, 221.
beautiful and sublime passages in the able places tiere, drawn by M:.
Hodges, 271. loquiry in!o the fixa
proved, 167. Injurious to the state, Inquiries concerning the longitused
the creditor, and the debtor, 168. several places in India, 657. Trasla
tages of, s. Productive of the most relative to Hindoftan, 697, er jeg:
Electricity, application of, to phybos ad
cholson, Huli binson, Van Marve, Po
Nicciei, relative to the method vred by Embargoes, doctrine ot, considered, 491.
character freely and unhandsomely to
English nation, advantageous character et,
620. Compared wiih Sweden, ib. Po.
on the palsy, 480.
on unique representation of the Roman phagus, 48s.
Farr, Dr. On the use of cantharides is
anecdote relative to his arrogance and Fearon, Mr. his observations on cancers,
lish verse, specimen of, 394. Criticises
Reviewers, relative to a gradual aboli- Fernel, Mr. (the actor), his ill treatment
at Edinburgh, 84.
Forienelle, M. his admirable reflection on 491. His sentiments on the famous
the infinite variety of religious worship parliamentary debate, relative to the
and published in the above collection,
, Dr. Anthony, on the efficacy of ib.
composition of water, 398. Maintains
empyreal air, 399. His experiments,
mons of, or Tiers état, 664. The rights Gramont, commended, 498.
the tongue, 479.
ket, as stated in Capt. Dixon's account experiments to ascertain the times
required for the cooling of heated bodies,
Hiart, diseases of, M. Walter's memoir
Hebrew poetry. See Herder,
Helins, Mr. his correspondence with the
Herder, M. his critical display of the spi.
rity over his creatures, 55. His glory of Job investigated, 644. The Mosaic
description of the l'aradilaical ftate, and
Itrong figurative language of the Pro-
chanical and chemical effects of air on probable facts, 647. The Píalms and
his treacherous and cruel condu&t, 599. its satellites, 144
of historical compofition, 523. His
from the bark of willow 'twigs, 24. 524.
into English, 697.
Greek MSS. &c. in order to complete 22. His method of culture for wheat,
Hosper, Mr. case of the uterus lacerated
by labour pains, 478.
of an hæmorrhage from an ul.
Husbandry, and agriculture of the ancient
flaves, 195. Their expence of labour,
cation of his colleajon of tra&ts, 484. of labour in our times, and in this
tive to; 253:
raised by the Romans, 198. Of their Law, English, history of, 424. Fest!
remarks on, 2. Those of Great Brita's
of, high encomiums on, 591.
hydatides renales, 476.
in hydropic cales, 479.
cale of a diseased rectum, fi.
Library, that of the King of France, ried!
guages, 605. Account of some of the
most considerable, ib.
the method by which the Abbé te
tion and circumstances, in France, more converse, 652.
Lloyd, rev. Mr, his large plantations el
Logariibims. See Napier,
Longitude of several places in India, atra-
&c. historical account of, 345. Par- ing, 657.
155. Duke of Burgundy, ib. Dukee
Regent Duke of Orleans, 159.
Lucas, Mr. his hints on the managemer:
Their ancient dress, armour, &c. 217. 482.
There confidered as wretched, from the M'CAUSLAND, Dr. his letter to that
of his hypothefis respecting the
nomena of the barometer, 70%.
to the origin of European legislatures
Trooli wyk, in his differtation on the Šaxon and Scottish ciers, 517. 16
Maclaurin, Mr. his arguments to proix
that Troy was not taken by the Greeki,
cerning the elements of the folar orbit, Man, geographical history of, 678. Local
residence of, considered, 683. Diferee
Compared with the make and qualize
Marivaux, M, anecdotes of him, asi
his life, 49
idolized in France, 161.