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Farr, Dr. observations on the cure of Highlanders of Seotland, their superstin
Hinckes, Mr. his account of MS, påpérg
of Sir Ph. Hoby, 383.
History, new method of studying, 513.
favorable opinion of the institutiva
av:hor, and publishes his famous
Analysis, 399. History of his picture
oi Sigismunay 400. Humorous story
those, the pleasures ot, poetically display-
useful animal, and on errors in the
practice of shoeing, 383. Improre-
ments in the art, proposed, 385.
for shews of the comba's of wild beasts,
134. Description of a battle between
a siger and a buff.d.), ib.
Impesture, literary, curious instance of,
Intelligence, improved methods of con.
veying, with celerity and secrecy. See
Joseph II. Ja e Emperor of Germany,
Omnipresence of, 393. Justice of, ib. » Ireland, political altercations relative to
Karfa, a negro 'slave-merchant, his
kindness io Mr.' Park during his
African journey, 255, 259.
the emperor of Germany, anecdotes
relative to, 548, 551.
on the pbibisis pulmonalis, 276.
Kirwan, Dr. on the composition of caso
of the state of the weather in Dublin,
lishment of an orphan-house, ib. the Perkinian practice, 561.
Nicholson, Mr. his invention of a att
electrical instrument, 306.
action of cylinders, ib.
feces of beat and cold on time-pieces,
on the magnetic polarity of a
on the fala morgana, 310.
sible perspiration of animals, 515. 99, 335.
Nitric acid. S:e Fourtroy.
poetically described, 419.
moir on, by M.Des Fontaines, 516.
Orlof, Count, remarkable anecdote oí,
places of gold found in Ireland, 389.
of, with specimens of Mr. Good's new
Palm-tree, growth of, different from that
Paradox, hydrostatics the principle of,
applied to a new mechanical inves-
iion. See Bramab.
Park, Mr. his instructions for exploring
the inierior of Africa, 242. His ac-
rality among the troops at St. Do. reception at Fatieconda, 245. Of the
Foulahs of Bradou, 240. Progress
to pulmonary consumptions, 278. Plundered of his property, ib. Are
pares to cross the river, but is prohi.
of a negroe woman, with the Duchess
along the banks of the Niger, 254.
bis journey along the river, and is re-
duced to depend for subsistence on the
in which the Russian mobility live often 'wakind, but the women wei.
versally benevolent, 257. Crosses
to England, 259.
Perkins, Ds. cerificates of the efficacy of
his metallic instruments, 559, Ree
marks on, 560, &c.
Mijnoun and Leila, abstract of the that lamented sea officer, 63,
Perspiratica, insensible, of animals, ne.
moir on, by M. M. Seguia and La- Scherer, M. extrice from his journal of
Perkinian medical pra cire, 561.
Seguin, M. his method of tannina, 307.
tion of animals, 555.
ri'y of a mountain of. 349.
cellent private character, 194. Ac.
count of bis last anecdotal publication,
epistle to bis nieces, 296.
the butter made from it, 254.
rjon of ships, 15
Sberwen, Ds. case of an imperforated
Smith, Richard, his account of a liga.
removal of a carious portion of that
verses addressed to Fair Devon's Solids, resistance of, observations and
experiments relative to, 517. Gali-
leo's theory concerning, gis. Opia
nions of succeeding philosophers, 519.
M. Girard's expeijments and analys
rical researches on this subject, 522.
Sonnets, and Sonner-writing, considered,
· 282. Those written by Miss Seward.
Stavorinus, Admiral, his account of his
voyages to the East Indies, 128. De-
scription of a Dutch farm at the Cape,
129. Of the combats of wild beasts
at Java, 134. Establisment at Cele-
bes, 135. At Amboyna, 137. Ac.
count of the Alfeers, 138. State of
Suti, affirmed to be a body of ise, 150.
Swedes, their national character, 356.
moss, 537. Their use of the trur-
in drawing, memoir on. See Zonct. painful disorder, 165.-
of obviating the effects of heat and
See Walker. Reflexions on the choice Urine, homan, curious chemical analysis
Wakefield, Mr, his Diatribe, &c. criticisedly
3113425. The critic's bow to Mr.W.
ar pasing, 443•
Oriental emigration of the antient on Italian tragedy, 1. His account of
theatre, s. Of Speron Speroni, and
ib. Of Giraldo Cinthio, and his pro.
and customs of the Chinese, 37. poets, and their wo ks, 8.
paratus belonging to Teyler's founda- of English prose, from the Revolution
to the prescot time, 24.
and destroying cuplagion in hospitals which opium was given without suc-
cbservations on, 411. Dr. Woodville's as a substirute for the Peruvian barky
85. M. Bartholdi's analysis of the
or's Maoua!," secommended by M.la Winds, cold, issuing out of the earth, nes
planets about the sun, cot. Of the
Cuation and importance in the Ame- Arguments in confirmation of the
Copernican system, soz. Comment of
Lions of the elliptical motion of the
His trearment of Zinc, obs. on the terreous ore of, from
Message to Pope Siberia, 5!7.
envilled, a gross imposition on the Darwin, criticised, 151. 264.
public, 445. Specimen it, 446. 2ouch, Ms. his account of the Rev. Jobs
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