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Review,' 545 ; Col. Leake's and de Boso
&c., 547, see Ali Pasha.
the Apocalypse, 165, et seq. ; qualities
the antiquities of heathepism, 169.
Ignorance, popular, evils of, 205, et seq.;
128; its curable nature, 130; not on
the increase, 133 ; see Burrows.
yacht, 117* ; Mr. Sharp interests him-
ing, 67, et seq. ; see Bonaparte, Louis.
merit of the compendium, 382; in.
v. 7, 382.
Albania, 301, et seq., & 526, et seq. ;
Java, history and topography of, 105, et
seq; see Raffles.
land, 131*, et seq.; its insularity and
chapters of Genesis, 230, et seq. ; pre-
Keats's Lamia and other Poems, 158*,
et seq. ; sketch of the author's literary
versy witb, 111*.
Labour, history of its depreciation, 47;
érhe cause of it, the rise of prices, 54; remarks op exploratory expeditions,
10; account of the author, 11; the
1813-4, 286, el sig. ; characier of Bere Cuyor, 13; progress of Mabommedan-
ib. ; and Laaubés, 15; name of Jesus
561; circumstances of its original singular custom of Canel, ib.; Foutatoro,
18; initiation of the Almousseri, ib.;
the diavandus, ib.; the Poolas, ib. ;
discovery of the sources of the Gam-
bia and Rio Grande, 19; description of
them, 20 ; Timbo, the capital of Fouta
Jallon, ib. ; source of the Senegal, 21;
slave police of the terrilory, ib. ; estimate
of the work, 22.
Monastery, the, a romance, 244, et seq.;
on the introduction of supernatural
agents as machinery, 244; sketch of
the tale, 245; father Philip's encounter
with the white lady, 245; father Philip be-
fore the abbot, 247 ; absurdities of the
Morgan's Sketches of the Philosophy of
Life, 268, et seq. ; remarks on the
modern systems of physiology, 268;
objections to the dogmas of the or-
ganists, 270; Mr. Haslam's distinc-
tion of instinct from reason, 271;
dangerous posilion of Sir C. M. relative
to the power of moral resistance, 272 ;
his work characterized, 273.
Mythology, Grecian, affected admira-
tion of, exposed, 169;* demoralizing
effect of, 213.
creed, 18+;* Dr. N.'s hypothesis ex-
amined, that the allegations of ob-
thorship, ib. ; Dr. N.'s quibble about
injurious influence of the stage on the of the clause, ib. ; on St. Paul's ex-
first British settlement at Sidney,
133 ;* character of the coantry,
of the Lachlan, 138;* singular ter-
Preaching, hints respecting, 79, 100,
O'Hara's History of New South Wales,
131, et seg. ;* deficiency of works on
283, et seq. ; eulogy on lord Castlereugh,
Mayence, ib. ; author's sycophancy
ei seg. ; character of the deceased,
tion of, 342; see Fry.
Editor of the, 101 ; its misrepresenta•
South Wales, 131, et seq. ; topogra-
Port Stephens, 143.*
Pasha, 539; cruelty and impolicy of
Quarterly Review, 101.
Epistles, 277, el seq.; plan and merits
see Gell and Gandy.
population, 50; letter of Evelyn
and how, 51, 53.
Raffles's History of Java, 105, et seq. ;
general estimate of the work, 105;
127; literature, ib.
haviour in religious assemblies, 98.
solving it, 159,
nected with, 1; its various character,
course of, 164.
Rousseani, result of his principles of edu-
of God, 382, et seg. ; character of
of the contents, 386.
geneous character and commendable
design of the compilation, ib.
free translation, 561 ; contrasted
specimens of, 562.
Van Diemen's Land, discovered to be an
island by Bass and Flinders, 135;*
St. Neot, biographical account of, 573.
's, Hants, and Cornwall, topo-
seq.;* see Hoare.
Ruthor's principles slated, that coercion
the country, ib.
how far a desideratum, 78; not suf-
racter of the work, 86.
than on the Continent, 134.
quest of, 537,
guage respecting unavoidable infirmi.
ties, 146; lellers from, 582, 5.
Walker, rev, Rob. Memoir of, 173.
to, 236, et seq.; see Sheppard.
being superseded, 193 ;* exception-
able hymns by, 195.*
Wales, &c. 131, el seq. ;* author's
132 ;* merits of his volume, 136.*
remarks ou the autbor's literary su-
Zante, size and population of, 314.
ERRATA. **. In the paging of the volume, pp. 105 to 198 occur twice over ; (the second series are distinguished in the Index by an asterisk;) and pp. 397 to 501 are dropped. The signatures follow in their proper order. Page 172 line 5 for covering read convenient.
194 15 insert we at the commencement of the line. 198 title of Art. IX., for America read Africa. 214 line 18 for hope it, read hate it. 220 11 from bottom, for insanity read inanity. 245 11
ferrar read feuar. 268 4
diffusee read diffusæ. 529 29 for Soliarė, read Voliare. 580 title of Art, VII., for dedth read death.