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VOL. III. NEW SERIES.
Abernethy, on some of Mr. Hunter's
opinions respecting diseases, 586, et
privileges of native females of rank,
posed in this kingdom, 426 ·
directors of, 309, el seg ; its unsatis-
graceful conduct of the douaniers at
lish Writers, 595
freated on, 56; extract illustrative of
fects, 62, el seg. objectionable passages,
Marsh's remarks on, 87
servile imitation of Sterne, ib. et sq.,
557 ; terrific pass of Albinen, ib.
fence of angling, 617, character of the
seq. object of the work, 385, et seq. mode
et seq. peculiar circumstances atten-
dant on the death of Christ, 622
Bentham, for refusing the apparel, the
Bartholomew St., its massacre never re-
probated in any public form by the
Catholic Church, 155-6
neriffe, 565, island of volcanic origin,
tion of it, ib.
634, et seq. the work intended to de.
isle of Man, 559
301, et seq. description of the island,
of Monte Serralo, 308
its advantages 82, and extract 83
522 ; et seq. his skelch of the character
easy mode of
on vision, 262
from Cuba, 493, festival held by the
Brande's additional remarks on the state
in which alcohol exists in fermented
between France and Spain, 214
seq. claims of the real benefactors of
Catholic church, its hatred against he.
reties still furious, cruel, and perse-
execution of some criminals at Bi-
clergy, 522, et seq.; its tendency
attempting to prodące uniformity of
Slave Trade, 314
the opinion of Socinians, 376
character of a persecuting one, 117
et seq.; qualifications requisite in a
transitory nalure of time, 514-5
cause of the rancour and fierceness
they sometimes exhibit, 357
Church, ib.; assemble at Wands-
the press in 1643, ib.
with Abyssinian history, 219 ; Salt's
against the Divine government, 343
148, et seq.; reflections occasioned by
Catacombs of Paris, 553, mansions of
the dead not secure from French imperti-
Storer's history and antiquities of,