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Sir T. 16,599. Sir 413, 507. R.371. Carr 434, 498,595 Chicbester 272
W, 619

W.595
Carrick 178

Child 90
Brownell 562 Butt, J. W.634 Carrington, Lord 81 Cbolinondely 475
Brownlow 561 Butterworth 359 Carroll 283

Marq. 83 Brownrigg 283,359 Buxton 623 bis Carter 186, 272, Christian 563 Bruce 350. J. G.174 Byam 367, 562 595. M. G. 562. Christie 563

ter. M. 560. M. Byng 261,548. Gen. T. 360. T. W.519 Christopher 93 C. B. 87

548

Cartwright 172,174, Cburcb 190,271,282 Bruen 476 Byrne 381

353, 457. E. 595 Cburchill 121, 376, Brunel 386 Byron, Lord 45, 77, Caryssoot 545

545 Bruns, Dr. 212 121, 122, 238, 595 Carus, N. 296 Churchyard 131 Brydges 272, 595. Cadell 379

Casberd 85

Cibber, Mrs. 375 E.T. 322. Sir E. Caernarvon 168, Case 378

Clapham 492 322

355, 622
Cass 4775

Clare 354
Buchan 367
Calamy 91

Cassan 563. S. 563 Clark 285, 368 Buchanan 178, 367, Calcraft 69, 71,359, Casse 10

Clarke 85,104, 254, 563

623
Cassio 271

283, 360 bis, 368, Buck 216 Calder 178

Castlereagh, Visc. 476,542,570, 634, Buckerfield 378 Caldwell 379

70, 71, 75, 167, 640. A. 90. D. Buckingbiam81,546. Callaghan 178 168, 261, 355 bis, 177. E. D. 367. Marq. 74 Calleott 616

454, 547, 548 bis, Dr. E. D, 533. J. Buckle 457 Calthorpe 82

550, 551,553,621, 90. Dr. R. 386 Buckler, J. C. 209 Calvert 71, 167,628. 622, 623 ter, 624 Clausel 554 Buckton 367

Sir H. 84

bis, 625 bis, 626, Clay 563 Buffar 89

Cambridge 595. O. 627 ter, 628 Claye 178 Buggin 571

425

Castlestuart 177 Clayton, Bp. 415, Bulkeley 37. Lord Cambrone 554 Catherine Il. 570

571, 635 514 bis Camden 166, 179, Catton 11

Cleaver 564 Bull, J. 218 297,578,592,593 Caulfield 272

Cleghorn 360 Bullock 178

Lord 425 Cavannah 632 Clementson 458 Bumstead 269, 454

Marq. 74 Cave 368. Lady 94. Clerk 271, 272. D. Bunny 473 Cameron 359. J.C. Sir T. 94 bis

569. R. A. 89 Burbridge 563

635

Cavenagh 637 Clibborn 458 Burdett 85sæpe, 260, Camoens 35 bis, 124 Cavendish 81 Clifford, C. 453 355 bis, 549, 455

bis

Cayne, B.811 Clinton, Lord 83 Burford 188 Campbell 474, 475, Cecil 92, 443 Clitherow 178 Burge 185

568, 595. Dr. ll. Chalmers 243 Clowne, Mrs. 344 Burges 595

A. F. 88. D.359. Chamberlin,M. 294, Coae 380 Burgess, Sir J.B.329 E. 178. J. 87,360. 589

Coates 186, 985, Burghersb 177 J. M. 572. 1. C. Chambers 307

476. Rev, R. 523 Burke 216,276,279, 87

Champneys 568 Cobbett 547 bis, 507, 534

Cauning 71, 75, 164 Chantrey 82 bis, 83, 623 bis, 632 Burkett 182 bis sepe, 165 ter, 261, 176 bis

Cobbam 380 Burleigh 39,386,443 549, 550,595,625. Chapman 189, 268, Cobourg, Duch. 271 Burn 98

Dr. 404

286

Cochet 359
Burney 181, 380 Cannover 62 Charles I. 549 Cochrane 631 ter
Burnham 91
Canova 102

II. 626 Cock 477, 639
Burns 595
Canterbury, Abp. 75

IV. 457 Cockburn 69, 355, Burnthwaite 92 Cape 478

Emman. IV. 369 Burrell 167, 595 Capo d' Istria 445 473

Cockell 368 Burrough 382 Capostolle 542 Charleton 86, 367 Cockey 638 Burroughes 634 Capper 639

Charlotte, Princess Cocks 86. J. S. 546. Burton 16, 571,635. Carden 475

176, 276, 470 bis S. 550 Gen. C. 86. S. 86. Carew 271

Chatfield 186 Cocksbutt 380 W. M. 360 Carey, Dr. 6, 177, Cbatteris 186 Codrington 509 Burrow 443

326, 360,374, 595 Cbavallier 222 Coffin 355. J. 359. Burrowes 368 Carleton 372 Chedworth 376 Sir I. 75, 165 Burt 570

Carlile 172, 175 bis, Chenery 185 Coghlan 359 Bury 381. Captain 356 sape, 441 Cheney 359 Cogill, Sir J. C. 561 311 ter, 455 ter, 55% Cherry 368

Cohen 635 Busby, Dr. 616 bis, 595, 630 Cbesnel, De 368 Coke 178,621, 634 Busfield 190 Carlton 177 Chester 272

Colborne 442 Butcber 172 Carlyle 595

Cbetwode 561 Colclougb 282 377 Bute 168

Carnarvon 625, 628 Chevalier 379 Butler 368,457,462, bis

Chew 457

Cole 360, 457, 473, 563, 590. Dr.122, Carnot 180 Cheyne 359

563. Rev. S. 457

Coleman

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Coleman 458
Covay 445

Daniels 563 De Roquement 90
Coleridge 595 Cowie 570

D'Arcy 367

Derry 475
Colland 570 Cowley 571, 595 Darlington 621 De St. Croix 178
Collett 360. A. 89 Cowling 561

D'Armfelt 562 Desbrissay 367
Collingwood 379 Cowper 360, 595, Darnley 553, 621, Desnouettes 554
Collins 400, 569

611

623, 628

Desolles 450
Collinson 186 Cox 568

Lord 75 Dettmarr 478
Collis 379
Coxe 595
Darnly 261

De Vermont 562
Collyer 473,566,570 Coxon 188

D'Artois 271 Dexter 476
Collyns 561
Crabbe 595
Darton 190

Dibdin 17, 507
Colman 491

Cracklow 477 Dashwood 187 Dibble 186
Colomera 381 Craddock 639 Daudignier 120

Dickens 272, 367.
Colquhoun 178,354, Cradock 457, 572. Davenport 595

F. 299
635

Sir J. 561
David 169

Dickenson 178,27),
Colston 563

Cranbourn 70 Davies 75, 380, 634. 360, 569
Colthurst 562
Cranke 90

Dr. 427. A. 189 Dicker 380
Colville 359 bis Crauford 474 Davis 85, 187,374. Dickinson 86
Combe 360. G. 497 Craufurd 568

J. 364 bis, 365. Dickson 254, 359,
Compton 550, 633. Craven 175, 457. Sir J. 514. K. 378. 542

Sir C. 128. Sir B. 272. J. 272 R.360. T. 368 Digby 359. Sir J.129
W.127
Crawford, H. 568 Davison 456

Digbton, J. 360
Lord 69
Cray 632

Davoust 630) Dilkes 359
Conder 272 Craydon 177 Davy 157, 615. Sir Dillingham 386
Conolly360,569,570 Creighton 640 H. 58, 445, 541 Dillon 457
Consalvi 156 bis Crespigny 371, 548, Dawbeney 562 Dimsdale 186, 285,
Consan, H. 519 549, 628

Dawson 477

635, 639
Constabadie 458 Crichton 93, 336 Day 178,475 Dirs 381
Constable 458. Col. Crickett 288

Deacon, T.408 Disbroke 368
127
Crisp 458
Dease 634

Disney 639
Conway 188, 632 Croft 474

De Berri, Duch.266, D'Israeli 595
Cook, R. 131. W.R.' Croker 75, 541. J. 271

D'Istria 361
451

359

Debrisay 570 Pivett 572
Cooke 178,457,458, Cromartie 458

De Blaquiere 457

Dixon 269,359,367,
595. Col. 211 Crompton 360, 639 De Boxen 381

380
Coomb 633
Cromwell 194, 210, De Bourghe 189

Dobbs 359
Coombe 595

350

De Cazes 361 bis, Dobson 378
Coombes 475 Crosse 177

450, 429

Dodd 254, 282, 283
Coombs 360 Crossley, J. 594 Deckener 368 Doding, Col. 310
Cooper 379, 478 Crowe 595

Decroy 120 Dodsley 20 bis
Coote 638

Crowther 368 De Felhe 169 Dodson 561. J. 85
Copley 75, 177 Croxton 572

De Foix 30€

Dodsworth 305
Coprock 562 Cruttenden 186 De Glaubitz 475 Dolby 570
Corderoy 283 Cunningham 367 De Horne 458 Domerc 450
Corfe 616

Cumberland 595, Deighton 188 Domville 366,457
Corneval 380

634

Delamare 283 Donadieu 361
Cornish 177
Cuming 359
Delap 595

Donald 639
Corrie 477
Cundale 92

De Lacy 306, 443 Donaldson 184
Corston 630

Cuppage 367 De la Motte 500 Donnollon
Cosarini 156 Curtis366.SirW.269 De Lima 631 Donoughmore 628
Cosby, M.638. Sir Curwen 71, 622

Deluc 87

Dorfelden 570
H. ib.

Cust 546. Hon.W.87 De Maillan 476 Dormer 285 bis
Cotta 61
Cuvier 350

Demarcay 629 Dorrien 359
Cottam 568
Dalbiac 189

De Monsil 381 Dorset, Duke 276
Cottingham 458 Da Costa, J. H.562 De Moor 472

bis
Cottle 595
Dacre 563

De Morlet 178 Doughty 90
Cotton 515. Sir R. Dale 479

Denman 69, 167, Douglas 367
390

Dalhousie 457, 630 259,550,553,625, Douglass 186,300,
Couchman 186 Dallaway 422

628, 634

561, 565 bis, 571
Court 271
Dalcon 615. Col.127 Dennett 87

bis. F.69 bis, 168.
Courtenay 167,376, Daly 186

Denon 541

Hon. F.S. N. 87,
553, 595, 625. Sir Dalzell 350

Denshire 271

468
W. 2
Damer, Hon. Mrs. Dent 92

Dover 92
Courtier 595

83 bis
Denton 477

Doveton 360, 561
Courtney 570 Dandridge 457 Depatin 64

Dowder 25
Courtown 561 Daniel 972

De Pontalier 570 Downman 595
Cousins 381
Daniell 86
Derbyshire 267 Downs 380bis. A.386

Dowson

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Dowson 90, 639 Edward VI. 468 Farren 85,472 Foy, R. 360
Doyle 283, 359 bis Edwardes 368 Fauclough 386 Framingham 367
Drake 178,378,595. Edwards 271, 318, Faulder 283

Francisco 86 Dr. 634. I. T.81, 360, 380,570,571. Faulkener 568 Frankland 478 561

J. 94

Faulkner 562 Franklin 367, 424 Drew 562

Effingham 359 Fearon, Robert 562 Fraser 272, 285,360, Driver 89

Egerton 632 bis Featley, Dr. 98 632 bis. H. 360 Dromore 457 Egremont 457 Fell 382, 571 Freeland 86, 634 Drouot 554 Eicke 269 Fellows 360

Freemantle 561 Drummond 367, Ekins 359

Fenelon 500

Freer 523 368, 473,478,595. Ellenborough 267, Fenton 386

Freese 360
C. 87

622, 624
Ferdall 272

French 379, 381 Drury 563

Elle poley 630 Ferdinand 450 Frere 174, 282, 457, Dryden 2, 590,592. Elletson 185 Ferguson 277, bis

Mr. Serj. 443
W.89
Elley 359

Fergusson 360 Freston 640
Du Bois 635 Ellice 168, 625 bis Ferrier 568

Frisby 368 Du Bos 336

Elliot 185, 639. G. Fetherston, Sir G. Frith 360, Dubuisson 372

360

R. 457. Sir T. 457 Frye 188 Duchesnay 368 Elliott 379,381,475, Fewtrell 187 Fuger 350 Dudley, Lady 98 567. W. 360

Field 571

Fugion 562 Duff 633 ter, 638. Ellis 474,595 Fielding 333 Fuller 180,563, 571 A. 85 Elliston 175

Fienes, Col. 211 Fulton 262 Duggin 368 Elmsly, P. 640. I. Figg 367

Furnell 368 Duke 476

- 640

Finch 359, 561,572. Fyers 367. T.367 Dumaresq 88 Elton 189

Dr. 25

Gahan 632
Dunbar 457
Elwyn 471
Finlason 178

Gaitskell 283 Duncombe, C. 92. Emeris 285 Fisher 190,364,458, Galbraith 187, 188 E. 94

Emmanuel IV. 381 474, 572. D. 85 ter Dundas 177, 268 English 451, 630 Fitzgerald 259 ter, Gale 186, 297. T. bis. Col. 311. Mrs. Epworth 360

355, 623, Sir W. 424. Dr. 609 561

Errington 572 355. V. 355. W. Gallie 472 Dunham 268 Errol 271

T. 595

Galton 523, 635 Dunk 90

Erskine 545, 552. Fitzgibbon 273 Gam, D. 509 Dunn 272. Capt. 87. bis, 565, 621,622 Fitzhugh 85 Gambier 458 Dunning 626

bis, 624, 625 bis Fitzwilliam 545,547 Gapper 634 Dunnington 372

Lord 81
his, 638

Garbett 85. W. 306
Dunslay 268 Essex, Earl 79 Flanagan 272 Gardiner 306
Dupin 637 bis. C. Etherington 282 Fleming 360, 635. Garliez 476.
156 bis
Euston 177

Flesher, G.394, 395, Garnier 561 Dupont, C. N. 379 Evans 79. A. 86. J. 600 bis

Garrard 368 90

Flexman 254 Garrick 267,375,bis, During, G. 85 Evelyn, Sir J.211: Foley 359

D. 380. G. 380 Duval 190

Eyre 90, 359 bis Folkestone 552,621, Garrow 374 Duzoglie 552, 555, Faber 404

625 bis

Garstin 272 K.'555. S. 555 Fagg 558 bis. Sir Foord 473

Gascoigne 634
Dwyer 457

J. 80
Foot 368

Gascoyne 359
Dyer 187,571, 595, Fabie 359 bis Foote 209. Jesse 368 Gastin 272

563. W.C.230 Fairfax, Sir T. 210 Forbes 157, 187, Gatehouse 271, 367 Dyke 178

Lord 210

261, 359, 360 Gaulter 190 Dyson 89 Fairlie 570

Forbin 63 bis Gaunt, Eliz. 173 Eade 562 Faith 639 Ford 572

Gaylard 179 Eades 310

Faithful 271, 474, Forster, R. 382. T. Geddes, Dr. 101 bis, Eardley 81 Faithfull 360

382

607
Earle 272
Falkland 477

Forsyth, Dr. 213 Gedge 635
East 473
Falter 158

Fortescue 260, 367. Gee 367
Easton 457

Fane 282. Sir H. 359. Sir F. 211 Gellibrand 563 Ebrington 86, 168 Fanshawe 367 Fosbrooke 917 George 477.Sir R.90 Echard 296 Faria 381

Foster 92, 458,474, George II. 382 Eckford 472 Farish 606. W. 539 639

Geary 475 Eden 81. Sir J. 86. Farmer, H.4 Fothergill 368 Gibb 474 Hon. M. D. 87 Farquhar 360, 368 Fowke 367

Gibbes 458 Edgar 93

Farquharson 635 Fox 283, 306, 371 Gibbon 25, 279 Edmonds 79, 174, Farran, J. 453 ter, 426,462,476, Gibbs 186 268 Farrand 168

565. Bp. 305, R. Gibson 57%. Bp.2, Edmunds, Rob. 356 Farrell 175

282

194

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ture of blood and treasure occasioned duced at the levée of Don Gulver,
thereby, i' will, no doubt, produce Governor of Louisiana, of seeing a
painful sensations to our minds; but picture illustrative of that conduct,
we bave, notwithstanding, great rea afterwards adopted by two powers
son for exultation, to find that we to humble us, which has so com-
are so honourable and advantageously pletely recoiled on themselves ; --
recovered from them, and are placed whilst waiting to be presented, my
in so en viable a situation amongst the eye caught a painting, exhibiting an
nations,of Europe ; it is a subject for island with the setting sun, a fleet at
inexhaustible satisfaction. Although anchor close “in shore," with British
we have been so occupied as to call colours; at a distance, “in the offing,"
forth the energies of the nation, yet were two fleets, distinguished by their
that has not been entirely the occu colours, and which I could not mis-
pation of our time, thoughts, or ta take ; in the fore-ground were the
lents, for great have been our ad- Genius of France and Spain, with
vances in various interesting subjects, their shields of arms, viewing with
but done more than by an increasing great complacency the objects before
knowledge of Geography and Navi- ihem.--" but so did not l.” To pre-
gation. The immortal Cook, under serve a strict neutrality, therefore, is
the auspices of our excellent and re at present the just, the exact, the ge-
vered Monarch, first led the way by nerous line of proceeding; nothing
opening to us new sources, fresh in more or less can be expected from a
formation, and improved nautical free Government and a generous
science; he discovered to our view a people.
Southern Archipelago, and proved But lo return to our nautical pur-
the certainty of circumnavigating the suits, justly availing the opportunity;
globe with a healthy crew. How in the Alceste, after landing Lord Am.
teresting are his Voyages! As Islaud. herst on his mission to Pekin, pro-
ers we feel so influenced in these pur ceeded on a most interestiog survey
suits, that it cannot be surprising to of the Yellow Sea, the coasts of the
find that voyages, from their earliest Corea, and that pleasing little island
accounts, are read with avidity by the of “ Lewchew ;" and if it is rational
greatest part of our best informed to send missionaries to wild and on-
population. Anson's Voyage made cultivated countries, surely we may
us more particularly acquainted with suppose it may be justifiable to this
the Pacific Ocean; and the animating Island, where they seem to want. 00-
recital of Hanway first informed us thing but the pure worship of God to
of the navigation of the Wolga and reader, them completely happy. In
the Caspian Sea. Rapid indeed have the present instance, they are
been our progress since : and the circumstanced, as to seem fit for the
scencs now opening in the Southern reception of Christianity; but if such
hemisphere, seem to be unfolding an attempt was made, it must not be
new ideas, new sources of commerce, by conveying the missionartes in a
and a larger field for activity, exer- large ship,—that would excite suspi-
tion, and advantages arising from cion; but by a small vessel, with but
them. How far the independence of a few bands to navigate her ; then
the Spanish colonies may afford an by a residence of time, and a blame.
increase of commercial pursuits, is less life, it is not improbable but good
not for me to say ; the regions are effects may be produced. The early
immense ; and not only the coasts of conquerors of South America were
the Pacific, but the Phillippine Islands, sometimes preceded by a Friar, with
offer inconceivable prospects for com a Cross, who expected the miserable
mercial adventure. No doubt can natives to worship it instantly, and to
be entertained but a strict neutrality become converts to Christianity al-
is the result of our councils; and no most at once. May I not add that
doubt can be entertained of the pro we are not entirely free from being
priety of them; but there was a time implicated in weakness sometimes als
in the recollection of very many of most as bad? From what I have seen
your Readers, when the mother coun of the Aborigines of America, 1 cao-
iry of these colonies did not preserve not but think — we must first bat-
a neutrality towards us, and i bave it manize, next civilize, and then Chris
full in recollection, on being intro tianize.

'T. W.

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On the Exlent of the Historic Rela. the calegories without survilely ad

lion in discovering and marshalling bering to any system, or affecting too the Subjects of Human Knowledge. great simplicity:--The Categories are:

The Creator, or FIRST cause: fiaite (Continued from p. 507.) matter, historised or brought out of N every bistoric act, all the rela. chaos : man: intelligence, or the category : Creator, or first cause ing and of what is withio : faith, of whole and paris,--origin or SECOND

things divine : belief of exteroal exARY causes and effects-eud or mo periences: consciousness of having, tive means resemblance conti. or power :-with the free will to ex. guity in time and place-modes, in- ercise it iolellectually, morally, pbytrinsic, and adventitious, &c. &c. "The sically, as by our bodies: speech, the thread that combines these in one register of thought, feeling, or sufconnected term, is the historic rela. ferivy, and of action : uomenclature tion. It is an abridged transcript of of things internal and external : the existences, an abstract of life, that is, system of kinds and classes : wbole of the world. It selects the striking and parts: the conditions, modes, and points and characteristic features of accidents: quantity discrete and coniruth. And a fact is as inuch truth tibued : duration and space : properas any tbeorem in geometry. Legiti- lies, and having again : SECONDARY mate poetry expresses this in a livelier causes and effects (observe that se. and more impressive manner, with condary causes are not homogeneous uvexpected coincidences of propor. with the first Cause; for this is tions—unison and harmony of nea

creative, and sni generis-aod it is sured thought-and rythmical articu. omitted by Hume in his category): lation. The analogy of the fact to lastly, resemblaoce and difference, the laws of the creation is cominon contiguity and distance, both in time to both poelry and narrative. And aod place-analogy, taste. These are when facis are thus reduced and pass. the categories; and every one of these ed through the first historical pro

is historical. cess, they are capable of still further This conception of history is justi. separation aod reduction-leariugout fied by the terms used in all languages some other particular, iodividual cir- to denote history: lowp-iorogta and cumstance of person, time, and place, istoper have in the autient aod mostill.connected by some common ele. dern languages been used in the fol. mentary priociple: and even sepa. lowing senses which have been held rating what cannot be separated in pure: 1. Sludy: curiosity: an erthe real existence, classifying, and quirer : investigator: ioquisition : innatning each degree, division, and terrogatioo: argument: proof: a subdivision. Thus the history of witness: fidelily: couusant of a fact, inind may be considered apart from with all its circunstances, and relathe living body (which cannot happen tions, origio, progress, dissolution, &c. naturally in this state of being): In 2. To put iogether, lo build a sys like manner. the history of thought tem, to frame, to try, to put into the may be separated from the history of balance, to estimale, analysis, ssethe moral seose-of this again from thesis, to distinguish, to generalise, to the history of taste--all these from taste, to savor, to feel, to smell ; sagathe history of speech. Number, and city, skill, science, pbilosophy, authoextent, and gravity, may be historised rity, a commentary, geography, chroapart from the bodies in which they dology, a naturalist, arbiter, judge. are jgherent: and bodies from each

3. To commit to memory: lo noother, as in the three kingdoms of tice, note, signify, record, narrate, Natural History. Thus we have the reports to give an account of; to History of ETAICKS, LOGICKS, Pao wrile lives, transactions, experiments, NICKS, Paysacks, the pure and mix. observations, negociations, progress ed, MATHEMATICKS, POLITICK$, and of men and things, manners, and lanCRITICKS (la Critique); which last guages, discoveries, &c. presides over the liberal arts: and 4. To place before the eyes, to exibus do we adjust the seven strings, hibit, to personify, to represent, to or chords, of human koowledge. recite to apologise, to write apoloBut let us, once for all, enumerate gues or circuitous aod varoished ex

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