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GENERAL IND E X.
VOL. X. NEW SERIES.
Africa, unknown state of its interior, 449
personally some of the prisons of Petersä
dence at, 472, et seq.
character of the work, 393, the tale,
style and design of the work, 395, 6
scription of, 39.
promoting a uniform circulation of
of the dry rot, 74
one, 233, 4
Porden, 601, et seq.
remarks on it, 6; on the author's
translation, 130, et seq.; 280, et seq.
or governor, 232
of, 1, et seq.; 130, et seq.; 280, et seq.
nevolenc, in reference to the poor
laws, 202, et seq.
Illinois, 33, et seq. ; his review of Enge
Barnabas, Durant's sermon on the cha-
racter of, 79, et seq.
description of their tongue, ib.; Their
use of to disperse a mob, 125
from the original Hebrew, 1, et seg.; re-
farmers and artisans, 43 ; difficulties Burleigh, lord treasurer, letter - of, to
causes of the alarming increase of
management of the interior of Ilchester
jail, 86, 7, 8; Mr. B.'s comparison of
in 1818, 569, el seq. ; bis panegyric of commillee of the society for the improve-
errors and in
sons of Petersburgh and Moscow, 90, 1
Cæsarea, the ancient capital of Cappe.
Cameron, Richard, his first preaching among
the Annandale men, 317
five refractory boors, execution of, 410, on progressive improvement, 70
Cape of Good Hope, its great importance
of the Greek language, 469, et seq.; Carlisle's, Dr. description of the endowed
Wales, 528, et seq.; great accuracy of
Scotland, by Walter Scott, 305, el seq. ries, 528; his unsolicited appoint.
from Popery, 482, 3; remarks on the commission for investigating the en-
author's proofs of the necessily of a public
investigation of the management of en-
dowed schools and charities, 529; ar-
its various topics, 529, 30; foundation
of St. Paul's school, 530; account of
milly, on the abuse of charities, 358, tions concerning the scholars, 531 ; 'what
shall be laught,' 531, 2; articles read
Jonas, 533; almirable liberality of the
536; laudable management of the funds
masters, ib.; present masters, ib. et seq.;
eminent persons educated in Sce
Celtic tribes, their funeral monumento, 308
Chalmers's, Dr. reasoning in his evidence belween the late and the gospel, ib. ; folly
and authority of Christian revelation, of resting on a violated covenant, 33
examined by Dr. Meards, 505, et seq. Commerce of Iceland, 262;
poor laws, 420 ; et seq.
fluence of tbe mysterious on the hu.
man mind, 446 ; conjecture as to the
expedition into the interior of Africa,
of the fourth canto of, 323, el seq. Africa, 449; present state of the in-
istence of the chain of the mountains
to some objections as to the identity
doctrines, evidences, and duties of, interesting account of Cranch, the na-
turalist, 451 ; his unsubdued ardour in
bomma, 453 ; sailing of the expedition,
inquiry into the scripture doctrine of, ib.; arrival at Malemba on the African
coast, 455 ; visit from the negroes, ib.;
over their brethren in other countries, Sorio people, 457 ; appearance of the
river, 458; collection of human bones,
school, detailed account of him and of the Simmons, ib.; consultations at the court
of Embomma, 519; peculiar mode of
trine, 151; et seq.; evil of an indis- 521 : government in Congo, 523 : sla-
taught by persons whose intellect is of the party, 525, 6; character of the
Cranch, the naturalist, account of his
Embomma, in Africa, 453
seq. ; subjects treated of, 26.; the luze 587, et spg. ; account of Chidiock
seg. i sal
populace, before his - execution, 589;
song of one, 596, 7
Elldborg, the fortress of fire, its crater,
and Wales, Dr. Carlisle's concise de
scription of them, 528, et seq.
to Mr. Nolan's charge of his muti.
lating Scrpture, 563, et seq.
racler very unfavourable, 278
ples of, in examination of Dr. Chal.
of the Christian Revelation, 505
tion oj, 52,3
narrative of, 518
lightened state of its inhabitants, 174
Death-watch, cause of its noise, 128,9
alarming increase of, 83
Scotland, and Ireland, by Dr. Carlisle,
their adinirable accuracy, 528
mittee of the society for the improve-
ment of, 82, et seq.
jects, 458, et seg.
means of promoting the spread of,
tween Tripoli and Acre, 110
on the origin and cure of, 71, el seg.
mon, 79, el seq. ; the purposes of the
minister's reputation, 81
duties of, 435, et seq.
Gideon Murray, and his plain daughters,
Falconer's case of Eusebius of Cæsarea,
563, ei seq.; Mr. Nolan's charge
lating St. Mark's gospel, 568
lives of the most eminent; 264, 5
he slew the Duke of Buckingham, 593;.
his firm behaviour before the council, 594
relative 10 his Robinson Crusoe, un-
murder, 59, et seq.
of the dry rot in timber, 73
Gallio, remarks on his conduct, 268, 9
et seq. ; remarkable mode of obtaining
premature eruptions, 20
Morris, 160, et seq. ; reason of his