Imágenes de página
PDF
ePub

GENERAL INDE X.

VOL. I. NEW SERIES

Accidents of human life, with hints

for prevention, 524, et seq.; contents,
525; mode of entering yuons on fire, as

pructised by London firemen, 525
Agricultural Chemistry, Davy's ele-

ments of, 237, et seq.; objection to
popular lectures on intricate science,
239; analysis of the lectores, ib. et
seq.; elementary substances, 240; ana-
tomy of plants, b.; tannin, ib.;
directions for conducting an analysis of
soil, 242, el seq. ; te. etable system has
r.othing analogous to the irritable action
of the animal system, 246 ; causes ini-
inicul lo vegetalion, their influence on
the intellectual piwers of man, ib. ;
inanure, 247 ; its

ffects in proino-
ting the growth of plants, ib. el seq:;

fossil manures, 248
Algebra, 'n practic and theory, Bonny.

castle's treatise on, 265, el seq.; u eful
Tule in the doctrine of surds, 266; con-
nerion between periodical continued fr co
tions and quadratic equations, 267, el
seq.; vanishing fractions, 270; inti-
mation of the author's taste in regard
to equations, 271 ; omission and
failure, 271-2 ; logarithins, 273 ;
functions, 274; algebra applied to
geometry, 275;

causes for
censure, 278
American Orators, 413
Anniversary of our Saviour's birth pro.

bably unknown to the first disciples,

225
Apocalypse, the beast of the, 129 ; see

Beast, &c.
Apostles, the supposition that they all
suffered violent deaths shewn to be

groundless, 221
Apostolical succession and ecclesiastical

polity considered, 559, et seq.
Baltic, low degree of its saltness, com-

pared with the Sound, and Firth of

Porth, 209
Bampton Lectures, by Collinson, 479,

Beast of the Apocalypse, Maitland's

history of, 127; false d-ductio's, 128;
the beast', 129; its imaze, 130; and
mark, ib. et seq.; and number, 132 ;
opinions o various antecedent writers,
134, el seq.; Barter's remarks on at-

templing to explain the Revelations, 159.
Bengai, Stewart's bistory oi, 140, el seq.;

range of the work 141; defects of ihe
Persian writers, 144 ; period treated
of, 147; k trh of the fate of Bengal,
148; rima kable reverse of fortune, 148,
el seq ; instance of justice in a Bengal
Cary, 151, credulity in regard t. pro-
phecres, 152-3; as count of the first
Mahomelan conquero: of Bengal, 154;

series of governois, 155.6
Berlin, a slight description of, 9
Bernadotte ch sen Crozon Prince of Sweden,

207; renounces the Roman Catholic

religion, ...; lands in Sweden, 207
Berwick's Lives of Corvinus and Atticus,

96, et seq.; extract as a specimen of

the author's mode, 97
Bible Society, Norris on the tendency

of, 64, et seq.
Biography, Stanfield's Essay on the

study and compos tion of, 113, et seq.;
scheme and conten's, 115, el seq.; on
acquiring theory of mankind, 117;
a biograp ical .pirit, ib.; porrort of
Bacon, 119; biography as it respects
the various stages of human life, 120;
qualifications of the author, 122, et
seq., specimens of his composition,

123 125; objection to the plan, 126
Bodleian Letters, 159, et sig.; doubts

wheter old MSS. of thi, sind r+pay
the cost o: time. &c. 160; names of
some of the writers, 162; lelter of Dr.
Lloyd's respecting the Duke of Mon-
mouth, 162, et sq.; part of a layman's
sermon, at St. Mary's, O.xford, 164-5;
Sir, an academic I litle, 165; revotional
passion for MSS. 166; account of a
woman buried under the snow, ib. et seq.;
omens al the coronation of James II,
169

some

el sege

TIIZOLOCY.
The Claims of Dr. Priestley in the Con-
troversy with Bishop Horsley restated
ayd vindicated, in Reply to the Animad-
versions of the Rev. Heneage Horsley,
Prebendary of St. Asaph, annexed to the
late Republication of his Father's
Tracts, dedicated by permission to the
Prince Regent. By Thomas Belsham.
Svo. 4s. boards

Sermons. By the Rev, Archibald Ali-
son, LL. B. Prebendary of Sarum, &c.
8vo. 123. hoards.

Rural Discourses. By William Clay-
ton, of Saffron Walden. 8vo. 10s. 6d.

*** In the Press, an Edition in 2 vols:
32mo, Price 4s. stitched, for the Use
of Families, Schools, and Religious
Societies,

Remains selected from the MSS. of
the Rev. James Bowden, late Minister at
Tooting, Surrey. Edited by Richard
Bowden. 8vo, 12s. boards,

Spiritual Blessings : a Sermon, in-
cluding Observations on Divine Sove-
reignty and Personal Election, By
Joseph Fletcher, A. M. 2nd edition, re-
vised, and enlarged. 8vo. 2s. boards.

The Predestined Thief; or, a Dialogue
between a Calvinistic Preacher and a
Thief condemned to the Gallows; in
which is represented, in a copy drawn

ERRATA.

Page 378 live 10 for from
472

16 arrested
476

15 methods
476

33

even to
478

40 Christians
479

23 onset
480

16

as it were from the Life, the influence
Calvinistic Principles in producing
crimes and impieties of every sort, and
the impediments placed by those prio-
ciples in the way of the Sinner's Re-
pentance, and amendment of Life.
With an application of the recent case
of Robert Kendall, who was executed at
Northampton, August 13, 1813. Trans-
lated from the original Latin ; pablist-
ed, London, 1651, withont either the
Author's or Printer's name.

The Present state of the Greek Chorch
in Russia, or a Summary o. Cbristian
Divinity. By Platon, Jate metropolitan
of Moscow. Translated from the Scia-
vonian; with a preliminary memoiron
the Ecclesiastica! Establishment in
Russia, and an appendix, containing an
account of the Origin, and different
sects of Russian Dissenters. By Robert
Pinkerton. 8vo. 9s.

TOPOGRAPHY.
Travels to the Source of the Misouri
River, and across the American Cont.
nent to the Pacific Ocean. Performed
by order of the Government of the
United States, in the years 1804, 1805.
and 1806.

By Captains Lewis and
Clarke. 4lo, 21. 128. 68.

an
487

of remote
488

vividily

read for.

asserted.
method.
over to.
Corinthians
outset.
or
of our remote
viridity,

GENERAL INDE X.

VOL. I. NEW SERIES.

Accidents of human life, with hints Beast of the Apocalypse, Maitland's

for prevention. 524, et seq.; contents, history of, 127 ; false d-ductio's, 128;
525; mode of entering runs on fire, as

the brast', 129; its imaxe, 130; and
pructised by London firemen, 525

mark, ib. et seq.; and oumber, 132;
Agricultural Chemistry, Davy's ele- opinions o various antecedent writers,

ments of, 237, et seq.; objection to 134, tt seg.; Barter's remarks on at-
popular lectures on intricate science, templing to explain the Revelations, 199.
239; analysis of the lectores, ib, et Bengal, Stewart's bistory oi, 140, et seq.;
seq.; elementary substances, 240; ana. range of the work 141 ; defects of the
tomy of plants, b.; tannin, 1b.;'. Persian writers, 144; period treated
directions for conducting an analysis of of, 147; k trh of the fate of Bengal,
soil, 242, el seq. ; te.etable system has 148; Tima' kab'e reverse of forlune, 148,
nothing annlo ous to the irritable action el seq ; instance of justice in a Bengal
of the unimal system, 246 ; cruses ini- Cazy, 151, creduliiy in regard pro-
inicul lo vegetalion, their influence on phecres, 152-3; a count of the krst
the intellectual puwers of man, ib. ;

Mahomelan conqueror of Bengal, 154;
inanure, 247; its
ffects in proino-

series of governos, 155-6
ting the growth of plants, ib. el seq. ; Berlin, a slight description of, 9
fossil manures, 248

Bernailotte ch sen Crown Prince of Sweden,
Algebra, 'n practice and theory, Bonny. 207; reliounces the Roman Catholic

castle's treatise on, 265, et sig.; heful religion, in.; lands in Sweden, 207
rule in the doctrine of surds, 266; con- Berwick's Lives of Corvinus and Atticus,
nexion between periodical continued frco 96, el seq.; extract as a specimen of
tions and quadratic equutions, 267, el the author's mode, 97
seq.; vanishing fractions, 270; inti- Bible Society, Norris on the tendency
malion of the author's taste in regard

of, 64, et seq.
to equations, 271 ; omission and Biography, Stanfield's Essay on the
failure, 271-2 ; logarithins, 273 ; study and compos tion of, 113, et seq.;
functions, 274; algebra applied to scheme and contenis, 115, el seq.; on
geometry, 275; some

for acquiring theory o mankind, 17;
censure, 278

a biograp iral spirit, ib.; portrait of
American Orators, 413

Bacon, 119; biography as it respects
Anniversary of our Saviour's birtb pro. the various stages of human life, 120 ;

bably unknown to the first disciples, qualifications of the author, 122, et
223

seq.; speciinens of his composition,
Apocalypse, the beast of the, 129 ; see 123 125; objection to the plan, 126
Beast, &c.

Bodlejan Letters, 159, et sig.; doubts
Apostles, the supposition that they all whet' er old MSS. of thi. kind repay
suffered violent deaths shewn to be the cost o time. &c. 160; names of
groundless, 221

some of the writers, 162; letter of Dr.
Apostolical succession and ecclesiastical Lloyal's respecting the Duke of Mon.
polity considered, 559, et seq.

mouth, 162, el sr9.; part of a layman's

sermon, at St. Mary's, Oxford, 164-5;
Baltic, low degree of its saltness, com- Sir, an academic I lille, 165; devotional

pared with the Sound, and Firth of passion for MSS. 166; account of a
Porth, 209

woman buried under the snoro, ib. et seq.;
Bampton Lectures, by Collinson, 479, omens al the coronation of James II.,

169

causes

el seg

on

Brady's Clavis Calendaria, 175, et seq.; Cbristians, their sufferings under Mar-

new year's gifts, 176; privileges of cus Aurelius, 232
the judges, 178; pious humility of his Christian Soldier, a Sermon preacbed
present Majesty at his coronation, ib.; by Samuel Lowell to the Reofrey
Easter, 179; Trinity, ib.; time's militia, 194
telescope, 180, et sey.; specimen of the Church of Jerusalem, branches of its
astronomi al port, 181, el seg.; from the worship enumerated in Acts ii, 42,
Nuluralist's Diary, 181-5

223
B.ewster's treatise new philoso- Church, on the import of the term, 575

el $19.

phical instruments, 512, et seq.; dis. Clergy ill calculated to write against the
covery of some new properties, 513, dissenters, 486

Collinson's Bampton Lectures; a key
British fisheries, 93

to the writings of the Fathers of the
British pet, ils passage through the Sound Christian church, 479, et seq.; early
describert, 616, et seq.

and fatal error of appealing to the
Br tish Spy, the letters of, 407, et seq.; Fathers as authority on religious con-

first appeared in the Virginia Argus, cerns, ib. et seq.; Fathers pot deposi-
ib.; American estimate of them, 409; taries of farther cominunications to
character of the Virginians, 410; their the church, 474; reforination reduca
neglect of mental cultivation, 411; supposed authorities to their proper
moral portrait of the chief justice, 412; level, 472; writings of the fathers to
American orators, 413; the Spy's opi- be estimated according to their ia-
non of Cicero, 413; intended address trinsic worth, 475; plan of the lec-
to the Indians, should he ever become tures, 477 ; its theology unscriptural,
president, 414-5; extravagance still 479; specimens of the extracts, 480,
inore mad, 415

et seq.; death of Cyprian, 482 ; miste-
Buck's practical expositor, 510

presentation of dissentients, 484;
Buonapart., a Poein, 622, el seq.; extract, scq.; clergy ill calculated to write
695

against the dissenters, 486; disin-
Busby's Lucretius, or the Nature of genuousness of associating political

Things, 279, el seg. ; subject ill and religious considerations, to de-
adapted for a poem, 280 ; outline of preciate the dissenters, 138; dissenters
the work, ib. et seg.; remarks and disparage human attainments, 490;
illustrative extracis, 282, el seq.; his and guilty of a systematic contempt
qualifications as a poet, with extracts, of the office and order of the clergy,
985, el seq; estimate of Dr. B's 492; ecclesiastical polity and aposto-
poetical powers, 290

lical succession considered, 559, ct seg.;
Byron's Bride of Abydos, 187, et seq.; on schism, 567, et st9.; on the terra
the tale, 188; extracts, 189, el seg. church', 573, et seq.

Comedy, ancient and modern, causes of thi
Cavdour towards opponents of the best difference, 25

inte ests and just rights of mankind, Controversies theological, see Williams's
objection to the extent to which it is Essay
sometimes carried, 528

Controversies in theology, chief cause of
Cavuibalism, its dreadtul prevalence in their being perpetuated, +3
the Marquesa, 597-8

Conventicle, on the meaning of the word,
Carmen Triumphale, by Southey, 431,

393, et seg.
el seq.; remarks upon the office of Conversation, it: true spirit and leste
poet laureate, ib. et seq.; Mr. Southey's found only al Paris, 7
qualifications, 432; how far be has Copenhagen, Nelson's conduct at the battle
succeeded in the present poti, 434; of, 618
estracls, 435-6

Corsair, by Lord Byron, 416, et seg.;
Chatterton, see Ponderer, 495

his excellence in delineating charac-
Children, inode of disposing of them ters, with illustrative ext'acts, 417,

among the Marquesas, in case of a et seq.; remarks on the sombre com-
divorce, 494

plexion of his writings, 420-1 ; his
Choice works, dune into poelry, 377

characters exhibit features expressive
Christian minister's character derives its of a highly moral tendency, 499;

significancy and weight from the doctrine reflections on the glorious emancipa-
Olimmurtality, 308-9

tion Christianity might induce on bis
Lordship's mind, 424-5

Cyrrian, death of, 482

Fathers of the Christian churcb have no

authority in religions concerns, ex-
cept as witnesses, 479, et seq. ; not
depositaries of farther communica.

tions to the church, 474
Feast of the poets, 628, et seq.; Apollo's

soliloquy, 628 ; Mr. Hayley's appenr-
ance, 629; Woris:corth's Poem on a
straw, ib.; author's opinion of his

genius, ib.

Dannemora, an iron mine in Sweden,

208; other inines, ib.
Davy's elements of agricultural che-

mistry, 231, et seq.
Death of Admiral Nelson, see Nelson.
Devotion, ardour and elroation in, corres-

pindent io the dictates of the scriptures,

and the analogy of faith, 63
Devotional pasion for MSS, 166
Directions to seek alter trath, and

cautions against Unitarian sm, 195
De l'Allemagne, Par Mde. Stael, 1, et

seq; its suppression in France, ib.;
alleged cause of it, 2; interdictent
passages, ib.; estimate of the German
character, 5; deficiency in their
soldiership accounted for, ib.; charac-
teristics of the southern Gerinans, 6;
conversation unknown but al Paris, 7;
the northern Germans, 8; Berlin, !";
education conducted in the way of amuse-
ment erroneous, 10 : festival of Inter-
laken, 11; French insensible to the
merits of the German literature, 12;
German poets known in England by
a bad prose translation only, 13;
different effect of thoughts expressed
in prose and in rerse, 14, el seq.;
German poets, 16, el seq.; dramat sts,
20; state of women in France, 24;
causes of the difference between ancient

and modern comedy, 25
Discourses delivered at the Rev. J.

Tait's ordination, 426, et seq.; extract
from the charge by Dr. Pye Smith, 427,
Dissenters unjustly depreciated, 488 ;

disparage human attainments, 490;

see Protestant Dissenters
Donville (Mrs.) and her son, intereste

ing character of, 496
Duke of Monmouth, letter concerning his

las! hours, written by Bishop Lloyd 10

Biskop Fell, 163
Education mımaged in the way of amuse-

ment, an erronrous system, 10
Emancipation, a Poein, by R. Dornan,

504
Essenes; the great interest this sect has

excited, 220
Equity of Divine Government, Essay on

the, 28, et seq. ; considered in refe-
rence to the works of creation and

provirience, &c. 356, et seq.
Extemporary prayer, general observa-

tions on it, 255; causes of its pre-
vailing facilities among dişsenting
ministers, 257

Festival of Interlaken, 11
Fiction, its original and legitimate de-

sign, 443
Firemen, their mode of entering rooms on

fire, 525
Firth of Forth, its saltuess compa re

with the Baltic, 209
Fish, Barnard's account of a supply of,

90
Fish association, first and second reports

of the committee, 90, el seq.; rise
of the association, 90, et seq.; ils funds,

92; British fisheries, 93
Fox's comparative tendency of Unita-

rianism and Calvinism, 99; letters
to Dr. Sinith on the sacrifice of Christ,
99, et seq.; sacrifices, the distinguish-
ing feature of the Jewish religion, ib.;
subjects of the letters, with reviewer's
objections, 101, el seq.; definition of
a sacrifice, ib.; specimen of Mr. F.'s

style, 105
Fry's Divine Institution of the Christian

Ministry, a visitation sermon, 81
Genius, the effect of some electrical

principle, 371
German ports known in England by a

bad prose translation, 13
Germany, by Mde. de Stael, see De

L'Allemagne
Gospel, the design of the Deity in the

bestowinent of it, 331; obligation of

all to believe in, 332
Governor, the term considered as in-

cluding the offices of sovereign and

judye, 46
Gustavus IV., of Sweden, inconsistency of

his character, 202 ; seizure of his person,
203; abdicates the throne, 204

el seq.

Hale on female prostitution, 291,

seg.
Hebrew Scriptures, Hamilton's intro-

duction to the stady of, 500, et seq.;
analysis of the work, 501, ei seq.; the
points, ib.; integrity of the text, 502;

septuagint, ib.
Henderson, Jhn. see Ponderer, 495
Holy principle in the soul, produced in a

direct manner, by a divine influence, er

« AnteriorContinuar »