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354, 552, 595. G. Leland, Dr. 321 Louis 359, 450 Maddock 457

167, 550. W.553 Le Mercier 185 Louis III. 378 Maddocks 174
Lambe, G. 623 Lempriere 167 Louis XVIII. 169 Maddox 638. Bp.310
Lambert 260, 359. Lennox 561

Lousada, D. B. 272. Madge 458
Col. 310. J.568 Lenox 466, 467 R. 272

Madle 92
Lampard 91 Lenthall 563

Louvaine 90

Madoc 556
Lambton 621, 625 Lennard 81

Lovat 178

Maher 632
L'Amy 177

Leonard 381 Loveday 360 Mahomet 252 quater
Lancaster 566 Leopold, Prince 453 Lovell 79

Mahon 359
Lane 86, 186, 476 Le Sage 333

Lovett 378

Mainwaring 354
Langham 120 Leslie 179, 251 bis

Lowder 360

Maio 445
Langborne 443 L'Estrange 172,

Lowndes 472, 571

Mair 284
Langmead 571 547, 549

Lowth '182, 321. Maitland 272
Langrishe 368 Lethbridge 371 Bp. 213, 607 Making 570
Langstaff 563 Levely, E. 386 Lowther 261 Malcolm 360, 561
Langton 189 bis, 272 Leventhorp 475 Lucas 458. J. R. 132 Malesherbes 56,630
Lansdown 74, 166, Levington 542

Lord 32 Mallet 380
168 bis, 261, 356, Lewes 570

Luckborn 380

Mallevory, Col.310
552,553,546, 622, Lewis 174,268,282, Ludbey 93

Mallison 355
626, 628
284, 458, 595. R. Luders 569

Malone 19, 120, 218
Lardner, N. 566 368. T. B. 368 Luke, Sir S. 211 Malus 156 bis
Lark 94
Ley 271
Luxton 271

Malvasia 378
Las Casas 124 Leycester 363 Lykens 268

Malvern 283
Lascelles 434, 457, Leyland 568 Lyrych 282

Mangles 541
553, 621
Lieven 457
Lyne 378

Manley 570
Lavalette 554 Lievre 283

Lyney 635

Manners 368, 595
Lavie 640

Lilford 545, 621, Lyon 360, 474. Manning 458, 635
Lauderdale 164,166 625

J. W. 89

Mannock 473
bis, 169, 354, 628 Limerick 169. Dean Lys 271

Mansel 368, 457
Laugharne 473 of 458

Lysons 90, 230, 444, W.T. 634
Laurence 93
Livdeltbal 359

Rev. D. 274 Mansfield 74, 477;
Law 272. Bp. 606. Lindeman 380 bis Lyttleton 621

553, 625
Dr. 101, 179 Lindley 82

Macalister 638 Manuel 629
Lawson 553
Lindow 272

Macaulay 82 Manvers 545
Layard 310 Lindsay 360. Lady Macdonald 178,274, Maples 359
Laye 91, 367

561

360, 465, 621 Mappleton, J. 11
Lea 563

Lindsey 87, 360 bis M‘Donald 69, 71 Marcellus 554
Leach 378, 570

Lipscomb 595 M'Dougall 377,563 March 200
Leake 8
Lister 186

Macfarlane 186 Marino 266
Leamington 558 Liston 85

M'Farlane 472 Mark 187. Capt.37 i
Leaver 186

Little 563, 571 M'Gregor 275, 377 Markham 16, 459
Le Bas 94

Littlehales 189 bis, 457, 631 bis, Markland 571
Le Despenser 104 Littleton 549

632

Marriot 234
Lee 187, 368. A. H. Liverpool, Earl 74, Machiavel 16 Marriott, H. 251
86. H. 294 bis. 75, 166, 167, 259, M‘Innes 177

Marryat 69, 623
S. 189
261, 269,546,551, Macintosh 354

Marryatt 87
Le Epee 877
553,621,622,624, M'Intosh 360

Marsh 443
Leech 178

626, 628
Mack 630

Marsbal 360
Leeds, Sir G. 178. Llandaff 625 Mackay 91, 360 Marsball 185, 401:
Sir W. 178 Lloyd 174,368,523,

Mackensie 359

A. 187. B. 271..
Lees 364

595. C. 86 Mackenzie 179,476, G. 90
Leeson 382
Locke 424. H. 175

595. Sir A. 561. Marsham 569
Lee Sug 563 Locker 379.

C. 360. Mrs. 561 Marston 178
Lefebre 554
Lodwick 185

Mackinnon 86 Martellie 571
Lefroy 286
Lofft 595

Mackintosh 75, 262, Martin 71, 261,550,
Legg 371
Loftus 359,368, 476

360, 541, 548

553, 625. Ben
Leggatt 178 Lomas 563

Maclean 88

567 bis
Legge 561,601. Col. Lomer 190

M'Lachlin 360 Maskelyne 563, 567
9. A. 561. R.367 Long 168. R. 178, M‘Laine 457

bis
Le Grip 477

425

Macleod 360, 369, Mason 93, 268, 313,
Lebning 77
Longfield 476

382

400
Leigh 210. Dr. 386. Longlands 284 M'Neight 634 Massey 570
Mrs. 561
Longridge 92
Macneill 595

Master 93
Leighton 359 Lopes, Sir M. 91, M.Rae 556

Masterman 378 .
Leinster, Duke 363 354, 455 bis M'Swysy 477 Matthews 85. Mrs.
Leith 285, 360
Loring 567
Madan 178, 561 558 bis. T. 558

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567 bis, 632. H. 634. J. 353. Sir Norton 89
Maubourg 450

568. T. 365

G. 367 bis Norwich, Bp. of 75
Maubourgb 629 Mitford 176. J. 595. Muschamp 434

Norwood 178
Maud 285

Miss 395

Muskerry 360 Nott 379. Dr. 306
Maurice 187, 595
Mitten 286
Nadin 172

Nottidge 458
Maxey 563
Moillet 523

Nagle 359, 368. Sir Notis 634
Maxwell 260, 350, Moira, Lord 83

E. 561

Nugent 167, 549,
458, 621,623,625. Mulesworth 188 Nairne 185

568
M. C. 90. W.H.86 Molloy 272

Nalder, J.685. T.ib Nutball 360
May 368, 478 Molyneux, Col. 127 Napier 284. LU. 94 Oakes 82
Mayer 368
Monck 623
Nash 473

Oakley 189
Mayo 87

Moncrieffe 360 Naylor, W. 570 O'Callagan 634
Mead 262. Dr. 15. Mondreville 89 Neale 382

O'Donel 272
J. 80
Monkhouse 285 Neave 371

O'Donnaive 359
Meagber 364, 365 Monro 562

Needham 572 O'Donnel 266
Meara 359
Monsey 374
Neele 267

O'Doran 187
Meares 178, 360 Montagu 283 Negus 86

Offenburg 266
Medley 562 Montague 178. Ly Nelson 105

Ogg 360
Meetkirke 634

7, Mrs. 500 Neville 81 bis Ogilby 177
Melchier 450 bis Montgomery 168, Newberry 189 Ogilvie 87, 568, 595
Mellish 69

186,562, 595,564. Newcastle 271 Ogilvy 472,570
Melville 372

Sir J. 310 Newcome, Bp. 212, Ogle 190, 359
Lord 75
Montholon 362

213

Okesen 186
Menage 404

Montolieu 595 Newhouse 571 Olbers 542
Menzies 562 Moody 284, 562 Newland 562

Oldersbaw 564
Mercer 372, 593
Moor 563

Newman 272, 379, Oldfield 189, 562
Meredith 458, 561 Moore 81, 83 ter, 478

Oldi 361
Merewether 86 87, 188 bis, 189, Newnham 87 Oliver 359. J.A.561.
Merle 477

261, 378, 443, Newport 571. Sir J. P. 217
Merrington 571 543, 595. Abp. 72

Ollebar 63
Methuen 561

428. C. 558. H, Newsam 27! O'Malley 360
Metosa 632

511. J. 365. P. Newsome 570 O'Neill 85, 635
Meyer 89

72, 189. R. 569 Newton 157bis, 278, Onis 170
Meymott 569, 572 Moorhouse 285 350, 424, 442. Dr. Onslow 72, 80, 85,
Meynell 178 Moran 632

3, 415. H. 569. 368. H. 561. Sir
Meyricke 359 More 595. Sir T.232 Sir I. 56, 336.
Micbael 61
Morehouse 173 ter,

Lady 120

Opie, Mrs. 595
Michell 272

174
Nichol 455

Oppenheim 635
Mickle 35, 500 Morgan 285, 381. Nicholas 92 Oram, A. 454 tet,
Micklethwaite 80

J. 177
Nicholls 477

Mrs. 454 ter
bis, 190
Mori 82

Nichols, B. 86. 1. Ord 168, 571
Middleton 360, 632. Morley 26, 285, 628 425, 426 sæpe,595 Ordonnez 78
Sir T. 211

Morpeth 260bis, 625 Nicholson 98, 178, Orford, Lord 527 bis
Midgley 457 Morris 634. J. 251 360, 368

Orme 381
Milbanke 187 Mose 572

Nickolajewna 271 Ormerod 177
Mildmay, W. 488 bis Moseley 457 Nickson 282

Orr 178
Miles 360
Mosey 85

Nicoll 188. S. W. Oswald 359, 367
Millenger 176 Mostyn 473

268

Otte 639
Miller 86, 360 Mottley 271

Nicollet 64

Ottley 360
Milles 360
Mouatt 360

Nicolls, E. 360 Otto 360
Milling 360

Mvuctar 362 Nicolson 360 Otway 590. H. 94
Mills 282, 472, 568 Mudge 367

Nield 89

Oven, J. V.489
Millwood 377 Muley Ibrahim 170 Nightingale 177 Owen 61, 164, 178,
Milmoth 584 Muley, Sol. 170 bis Nixon, Capt. 562 283,477. Dr. 185.
Milne 451. SirD.563 Mullion 632

Noble %

H. 86. R. 267
Milner 359, 381 Munday 571, 595 Nodin 183

Owenson, Dr. 185
Milnes 282

Munden 85, 570 Noel 359. Hon. B. Oxberry 563
Milton 56, 336,424, Munro 263, 360,561 0.81

Pack 360
548, 590,611,623, Munt 638

Norcott 632

Packe 570
625, 627
Muntinghe 556
Norfolk 547

Padmore 272
Lord 72, 75, Murdoch 458 Norman 640 Page 271, 359, 377,
167, 553

Murphy. 89, 218, Normanby 86, 627 570
Minshull 382

567, 595
Norris 173 sæpe

Paine 366, 424, 565
Mirabeau 56 Murray 178, 185, North 371 quater, bis, 632 bis. J.94.
Mitchell 360, 476, 359, 380, 615, 563. Lord 470

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remembrances of morlality: but we foot to make some of them provide
all need ibem more or less. I am for themselves, in which the Mar.
now in my 70th year; but Gout bas chioness of Buckinghain has been
given ine so many blessings, that I very active. With our joint respects
fear I enjoy them too much. Aud to you and yours, believe me, dear
yet I find the intirmities of age press- Sir, your very sincere friend,
ing upon me. A walk, which teu

WILL. GILPIN."
years ago was scarce exercise 10 ine,
is now a fatigue. I am generally “ Dear Sir,

Picar's-hill, June
cheerful, however, and generally hap-

7, 1794.
Py; and if there be the signs of a “ You desire me occasionally to
conscience void of offence, I have write to you. Ju relurn, I beg you
one. I cannot say I am so pleased will never take the trouble of an-
with Dr. Geddes, nor expect so much swering my letters: for, though I
from his New Translation of the Her have profiled much by your leiters,
brew Scriptures, as you seeni to do. I know that writing, under the ju-
I am not fond of his character, as it firmilies with which it hath pleased
has been represented to me; for I God to afflict you, must be a pain-
know himn not myself. And I have ful lask.
hoard those who have seen a part of “I am much obliged to you for
his Translation speak of it as con- what you say in your last, about Na.
Laining more wantonness of interpre- zareth. Tlbiok ihere is much force
tation, thay they thought the Hebrew in it; and I shall review my note un
text could warrant. His Prospectus, Mail. ii. 23. will great care. What
I think, was generally admired. I satisfied me more about it was, that
am glad to hear of your writing to the late Bp. of Rochester t, who saw
Sir William Jones about such Hebrew it in Ms. was particularly pleased
MSS. as may probably be found in with it. You have made me, how-
India. If any one can investigate ever, very doubıful about the sense
them, I think he is the man: and I have assigned. I wonder how 1
should suppose that MSS. found in came to leave so many Eliases un-
lodia miglii have many various read- altered. I have now, however, al-
ings, and elucidate many passages, tered them all. I have been lately
which our European MSS. that have not a little perplexed about the ta-
been handed over aod over, cannot do. "mous prophecy of Isaiah, vii. 14. I

I have lately had two or three have a nvie upon it (p. xli.) (the Life
visits from a gentleman (unknowi of Christ), to which I thought in add-
indeed to me before), Mr. Wilmot *, ing the following passage, from read-
who has done bimself great credit ing Lowth (in loc.), who appears to
by the generous part he has under. me now to have more force in what
taken of collectiog money for the he says than when I read him for.
French Clergy. He entertained memerly.
with many curious anecdotes: par- “* But Bp. Lowth, on the autho-
ticularly on my asking him how the rity of Harmer, gives a different ill-
Commitee could manage a business terpretation to the passage. He con-
of such intricacy, as to make a pro- siders the phrase, butler and honey
per distribution among 7000 people; shall he eul, as denoting a time of
he told me that their inost useful as- plenty; and gives convincing reasons
sislant was the Bp. of Leon, whom for ii: and ihe word till he would
he represents as a inost valuable man. change into when, which ihe original,
He, froin knowing his own Clergy, he says, will warrant. So that the
picked out such to assist the Com- meaning of the expression is, a time
inittee in their distributions as were of pleniy shall happen (That is, peace
very capable. Mr. Wilmot lells me, shall be restored) within the tirac
he has collected on the King's Letler that a child from its birth would dis-
38,0001, and expects it will rise to tinguish good from bad. To the ex.
40,0001. But he says, at the most plication, however, no mention is
moderate calculation, this will not made of the prophet's child, thougla
last many months, distributed among it seems to add greal life to the pro-
7000 people. There are schemes on pbecy. The Bishop probably thought

it belonged only to the first part of
* See vol. LXXXVII. Part i. p. 614.

# Dr. John Thomas.

the

Roots 283 bis Sandon, Visc. 85 Shaftesbury 381 182,272,285,365,
Roscoe 595
Sandys 178
Shairp 360

368 bis, 386 bis,
Rose 534

San Fernando 362 Sbakspeare 2,16,36, 452,477,523,571,
Roseberry 81- Sangster 569

267 bis

595, 632. Capt.
Rosenhagen 458 Sankey 187, 272 Shanahan 122. Dr. 90. A. 333. t.
Ross 174, 285, 360, Sapt 474

319,507; 508. W: 11. J. 271, 367,
378, 381,454,458. Sargeant 474, 595 20

621,627,628. Jos.
Alex, 569
Sarrazin 169 Sharpe 2, 634

635. J. F. S. 367.
Rosslyn 164, 625 Sarrett 477

Shaw 91, 216

Mrs.189,571. R.P.
Rotch 176
Saumarez 85, 88, Shearman 359

563. T. 360, 382.
Rothschild 362

359, 368
Shee 380

W. 272, 621, 624,
Rothwell 269, 365 Saurin 457

Sheffield 364. Col: 625
bis
Savage 94

211 bis

Smithson 263
Rottenburg 359 Savile 386

Sbelly 85

Smithwaite 260
Rotton 523 Saxton 173 ter, 174, Shepherd 167, 458, Smyth 82, 167, 189.
Rovigo 554
267, 369. Sir C. 550. J. 93

367, 558, 569. C.
Round 368

467

Sheppard 379, 474; J. 608. W. 168
Rousseau 616
Sayer 362

475

Smythe 360. J.H.7!
Routh 569
Sayers 595

Sheridan 182, 595 Smythes 99
Rowe 94, 187, 284, Scafe 89

Sherlock 458 Snouck 86
360
Scagel 200

Sherman 360 Snowe 360
Rowlandson 177 Scambler 477 Sherwin 175, 366. Soame 571
Rowles 365
Scarlet 71, 625

J. 89

Soane 247
Rowley 458. Sir W. Scarlett 75, 167 bis, Sherwood 286 Solly 89
247 bis

168, 548, 635 Shewbridge 474 Somerset 556
Roy 450,629ter, 634 Scbidmer 285

Shipley 92

Somerville 457
Royer 476
Scbiller 560
Shirley 563

Sophia, Princess 82
Rumbold, Sir T.426 Schrier 270

Sbone 476

Sotheby 595
Runnington 85 Scott 571. Sir D. Shoobert 382 Soult 554
Rush 563
379. H. S. 360. Shore 378

South, Dr. 511. Sir
Rushworth 638
J. 271. R. 360. Shores 568

F. 578 bis
Russel 188, 268, W. 83, 120, 167, Short 600

Southey 82 bis, 562,
389, 477. J. 282. 595, 635

Shortall 367

595
Lady W. 367
Scotti 473

Shrapnell 367 Southgate 269
Lord J. 261 Scriven 359

Shuter 93

Spalding 86, 386
bis, 626, 627 Scudamore 367 Shutt 635

Sparrow 378
Russen 569
Scully 561

Shuttleworth 282 Spear 92, 284
Rutland 167
Seabrook 570 Shutts 175

Speer 368
Rutt 447
Seager 563
Sibbald 379

Spence 272, 379
Rutton 571
Seagrove 568
Sibley 635

Spencer 81, 186,
Rudd 381

Sebastiani 361 Siddons 174 bis 283, 458 bis, 595
Rudge 412 sepe
Sebright 549 Sidmouth 175, 269,

Earl 85,254
Ruding 513 bis Secker, Abp. 102, 454, 545,550,560, Spenser 584 bis
Rudolphus 450 232, 321

622, 623 bis, 625 Spinner 475
Rudyerd 367 Sedeno 266

ter, 628 bis, 640 Spooner 523
Ryan 177
Sedley, Sir I. 310

Sidney, Col. 310. Spranger 473
Saint 37
Seekamp 282. T.283 Sir P.31

Springporten 476
St. Andre 363 Sefton, Earl 85

Sieber, J. W.349 ter Spry 380
St. Barbe 379
Sélépi 444 bis Sigel 571

Squire 380
St. Cyr 450

Selic Pacha 362 Sillimans 159 Stackhouse 569
St. George, H. 453. Sellon 563

Silvertop 634 Stacy 178
M. ib. Sir R. ib. Sellwood 640 Simmons 286, 360 Stafford 307, 470
St. Germain's, Earl Selsey 174

Simonds 571 Stamford 266, 367
271

Senelfelder 157sæpe, Simpson, S. 571 Stanbrougb 458
St. John 309

158 sæpe, 159 Simson 477. Dr. R. Standen 272
St. Leger 635 Sergeant, F. 86 594, 595

Stanley 267, 474,
Sale 360
Serrurier 639 Sinclair 360, 632. J.

550, 595
Salmon 82, 271
Setchel 476

S. 561

Stanly 272
Salt 40
Severn 454
Sinnett 93

Stannus 458
Samson 379
Sevestre 271
Skelton 331

Starkie, C. 86
Sanders 379, 640. Seward 595. T. 367 Skipton, Gen. 211 Statbam 476

Sir W.311 Sewell 178, 475 Slack 37, 186 Staunton 264
Sanderson 296, 386 Seymour, A. 422. Slater 477.

Staveley 113
Sandford 307
C. 2. Sir F. ib. Smart 563

Steel 572
Sandilands 477
Ld.F. 329 Smelt 284

Steele 56, 178, F.E.
Sandom 568 Shadwell, T. 120 bis Smith 82, 89, 178, 86

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provement, and though from the very the following arrangement, of which rapid inarch of Phrenology since the I shall endeavour to make some more first discoveries of Dr. Gall, this , extensive observations in a fuwre science was brought nearer to per- Number ; as I find that many anatofection in a shorter space of time than mists and philosophical persons in had fallen to the lot of most others; this and other countries are becoming yet a great deal was left to be done, more convinced, by their own enwhen, in 1814, Dr. Spurzheim pub- quiries, of the truth of our doctrine. lished in London bis valuable deve.

Arrangement of Cerebral Organs, lopement of the new doctrine, under

according to the most recent Work the title of the Physiognomical System.

of Dr. Spurzheim, on

" PhrenoIt was the fate of this work to be

logy," published lately at Paris, reviewed and criticised by persons

Strasburg, and London, wholly inadequate to the task. Many

Organs of the Propensities *, &c. Confessed that their censure was uo

1. Organ of Amaliveness, or phys preceded by investigation, and that

sical Love. 2. Philoprogenitiveiress; they thought it a fitter subject for

or Altachment to Offspring. 3. Inridicule tban serious discussion: others habitiveness, or Attachment to Situaccused it of a dangerous tendency, ation. 4. Adhesiveness, or Friendly because they totally misunderstood

Attachment. 5. Combativeness, cou. the system ; while the majority shew. rageous and fighting Disposition. 6. ed the cloven foot ;--and Jealousy, Destructiveness

. 7. Constructiveness, of contemporary superiority, in a fa- or propensity to construct, build, &c. vourite science, bas not been behind

8. Covetiveness. 9. Secreliveness. hand in its endeavours to establish a

10. Pride. 11. Love of approbation. popular prejudice against a doctrine 12. Cautiousness. 13. Benevolence'. which few were qualified to examine

14. Devotion. 15. Hope. 10. ldeawith accuracy. The papers which I lity, or Poetic Feeling. 17. Superhave from liive to time published in stition, or a mysterizing Disposition. explanation of the discoveries, have 18. Justice, or a conscientious mind. met the same treatment; and a sur.

19. Determinateness. 20. Individuali. vey of the whole of the opposition to

ty. 21. Phenominality, or prescient the doctrine has coovinced us how Recollection of Phenomena. 22. Commuch more the feelings were con

parison. 23. Wit. 24. Imitatioii. cerned than the intellectual faculties 25. Tiine. 26. Space. 27. Weight. in prompting the idle argumenis used

28. Forin. 29. Colour. 30. Musick. against it. Tired of replying 10 ob- 31. Order. 32. Calculation. 33. Size. jections reiterated in every country,

34. Causality. and everywhere refuled, have the Anatomists of the Brain at length

Mr. URBAN, Middlewich, Dec. 31. pursued a different course, and hav.

GENERAL opinion prevails that ing left iu print alınost all the objec. tions with their answers which have though he may not know it; and i or can be made to their views of the find it a common practice for people Physiology of the Brain ; they now

to look over Edmondson, or some proceed steadily with their investiga- other book of Heraldry,--and if they tions, and cautiously submit their re

find their names prefixed lo a parti. sults to the real lovers of science, re

cular Blazon, lhey assume it, and call gardless of popular prejudice. Since

it their own. Now the question I books have this decided superiority would ask is, whether they can do.90 over oral instruction, thus they be

without incurring some disgrace, come lasting documents

, whereby blame, or coguizance, from the rightmen of science in future ages may be

ful owners; or, whether they can assisted in their enquiries.

bear avy Arms answering to their Of late it has appeared, that some

names, provided those Arms are not slight differences in the number and

borne by any of the Nobility? arrangement of the cerebral organs Yours, &c.

G. C. B. were conformable to the observation

* The doctrine has been previously of nature ; and Dr. Spurzheim has

fully treated of in our Volumes for 1814 been induced in consequeuce to make and 1815. Edit. Gent. Mag, Suppl. LXXXIX. Part II.

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