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Angelo, Michael, memoir of, 230.
Annual obituary for 1821, 2,186, el seq. i

royal details, 187; unfair memoir of
the queen, ib, ; hibernicisms of
author's style, ib.; excessive panegy-
ric on Hayley, 188 ; memoir of John

Courtois, 189.
Ants, winged, description of, 360.
Aquinas, Thomas, memoir of, 305.
Arminianism, historical origin of in

England, 395; remarks on, 412.
Ashantee, population, &c. of, 252.
Asia Minor, geography of, 154.
Aspland's character of Christ, &c. 333;

character as a writer, 340.
Athenian currency, remarks on, 141.
Atkinson's key to the Latin language,

Augustine, character of as a theologian,


Aberoethy's reflections on Gall and
- Spurzheim, 551, et seq. Spurzheim

vindicated from the imputation of
sinister intention, 552; a liability to
abuse no argument against the sys.
tem, ib. ; existence of instinctive pro-
peosities in man undeniable, 558;
organization a collateral cause of
predisposition, ib.; yet not the sole
cause of animal instinct, ib. ; brutes
: capable of acquired habits, 554 ; a
difference of adaptation in the organ
a predisposing cause, ib. ; organiza-
tion a limiting, not necessitating
cause, ib.; predisposition easily con-
querable by education and association,
555; reasons for believing that the per-
cipient principle is modified by the brain,
556; argument fatal lo malerialism de-
rived from the necessary unily of that
which is perceptire, ib. ; analysis of men,
557; craniology examined as a phy-
siognomical system, ib. ; objection
to it as connecting moral predispo.
sitions with the structure of the brain,
558 ; opposite opinions of Abernethy
and Bichat as to the seat of moral dig.
positions, ib. ; the passions connected
with the organic life, and health, ib.;
the head possibly an index to the whole
organization, 559; general view of

the craniological system, 560.
Abipones, character of the, 458, el seq.
Accum on brewing, 377; merits of the

treatise, ib.; antiquity of the arl. ib.
Accum on wine-making, 377.
Address to separatists from the establish-

ed church, 561, 572.
Africa, reinarks on the exploration of,

249, 254, 434, 447; see Burchell,
Campbell, Copland, Hutton, Ja-

Barrow, misstatements of respecling Africa,

Bateman, Dr., brief memoir of, 560 ;

his obligations lo Scoll's Essays, ib. ; his

amiable character, ib.
Beej-lea, receipe for making, 95.
Delsham's discourse on the Greation,

333, el seq.; obligations of orthodoxy
to bis writings, 337; concedes the un.
tenableness of the plenary inspiration of
the scriplures, 338; claims Moses as a
uniturian, 339; bis criticism on Elo-
him, ib. nole; terms Trinitarianism
'apostacy,' 340; Mr. B. infallible,

Bennett on the support of the ministry,

366, et seq. ; outline of the sermon,
566; appeal on behalf of ministers,
367 ; protest against seal-rents, 368 ;
responsibility of deacons, 369; remarks
un inc choice of, 370 ; the dissenting

ministry, an eligible, mode of sup. 21 ; the real Mount Zion first anggest.
- port, 371; trading ministers, ib. ; in- ed by Dr. Clarke, 22; argument)
stances of noble disinterestedness in from the measurement of the city,

ministers, 372 ; on funds for the re- 24; valley of Jekoshaphet, 25; proba-
u lief of ministers, 373 ; inadequate ble situation of Calvary, 25; sceue of

sense of the claims of the ministry, the parable of tbe good Samaritan,
ib. ; system of voluntary contribu- 26; richness of the trans-jordanic plins,
tion the most legitimate and efficient, ib.; Gilead and Bashan, 27; ancient

tombs, 28; volcanic indications, ib.;
Bigland's history of Spain, merits of, Samaria, 29 ; Sichem (Napolose),

Bible society, Dr. Luscombe's charge Buonarotti, Michael Angelo, memoir of,
against, 463; see Owen's two letters.

Blaspbemy, on prosecutions for, 338, Burchell's travels in Southern Africa,
b 423, 427.

Vol. I. 505, et seq., earthquake at
Bloomfield's may-day with the muses, Cape-town, 506; author's journeying

548, et seq. ; estimate of author's po. arrangements, ib.; flippant reflections
retical talents, 548; argument of the on witnessing the evening worship of
poem, 549; ertracts, 550.

some Holtenlot Christians, 507; author's
Bonaparte, anecdote of, 61.

inconsistency exposed, 508 ; singular
Borrensteir's easy method of acquiring diversion of the natives, ib. ; author's er.
Hebrew, 463.

posure of Barron's mis-statements, 509 ;
Bosworth's Latin construing, 259; in- insidious imputations on the mission-
troduction to, ib.

aries, ib. ; antidote to serpent poison,
Bradley's select British divines, 64, 74. 511; description of the sea-coe, ib. ;
Brewing, treatises on the art of, 377; South African belle, 512; kraal of
: antiquity of, ib.

half-famished Busbmen, ib. ; au-
British reviewer's injudicious remarks on thor's disagreement with the mission-
unilarians, 336.

aries, 513.
Britton's antiquities of Lichfield, 446,7; Burder's mental discipline, 96, el sego;

merits of the author's series, 446 ; remarks on self education, 96 ; de-
Chantrey's monument, ib.; anecdole sign of the work, 97; recommenda-
of bishop Hacket, 447.

tions of, 98; importance of assiduily
Browne, W. G. memoir of, 145.

exemplified in ministers, ib.
Buckingham's travels in Palestine, 1, Bushmen, affecting description of some,

et seq. ; topography of Palestine very 362,512,
imperfect, 1 ; use of such investiga- Byron's, lord, Cain, 418, el seg, ; an-
tions, 3; present aspect of Jerusalem, thor's probable motives in the publi-
ib. ; reflections on it, 4; account of cation, 419; the puein not profane,
author's previous adventures, 5; fer ib. ; profaneness of Don Juan, 423;
male costume at Soor, 7; state of Acre, 8; author's ironical apology, ib. ; difficulty
Seppboruy, 9; Nazareth, ib; moun- of bringing home blasphemous in-
tain of the precipitation, ib. ; an- tention, ib. ; obscenity the worse of-
thor's flippant treatment of Dr. fence, 424 ; essential impiety of the
Clarke, ib.; Mount Tabor, 10; viero poem, 426; see Southey's vision.
from dilto, 11; Mount Carmel, 12;
valley of the Shadow of Death, 13; Caen, description of, 49.
Cæsarea, ib.; Joppa, ib.; character Calvary, objections to the supposed site
of the friars of the Latin convent at of, 17; true situation of, 25.
* Jerusalem, ib.; imbecile legends of Calvinism, T. F. Dibdin's sneers at, 46;
the sacred places, 14 ; demoralizing the most philosophical system, 213 : Bp.
influence of the local superstition, ib. ; Horsley's caution respecting, 392;

author's equivocal feelings al the sepul- inseparably connected with vital re-
chre, 15; disgraceful transactions there, Jigion, 396; its moral tendency illus-
36; objections to the supposed site of trated by historic testimony, 416;
Calvary, 17; reflections on the moral and by facts, 538; see Copleston, Hill,
tharacter of the topograpbical ép- Tomline.
thusiasm, 19; obscurity attaching to Calvinistic, meaning of the ward, 388,13
ibe southern boundary of the city, sense of the 39 articles, 390.

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