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Humble Condition of the Lycées - - -
Declared Views of the Government - - -
Result of an Education in the Lycées - - - -
Constitution of the Military Academies - - - 16

Fears which these excite for Europe - -
IX. OMNIANA.—No. VI. - ........ 17

Natural Resources of Malaga - -
Tropical Productions anciently cultivated in this

part of Spain - - - - - - - - - - - il Malaga thought to be capable of yielding Sugar,

&c. without the labour of Slaves - - - - - 17 Speculations of the Inhabitants as to the Commerce

of Malaga in the events of its subjugation by

France - - - - - - - - - - - -
Unsoundness of these Speculations - - - - - ib
Eloquent Description by M. Mercier - - -
Three Statistical Views of the Wars in which this

Country has been engaged since the Revolution
1. Number of Wars-In what Reign-When begun

- When ended - - - - - - - - - - ib 2. Duration of each War-By whom ended, and

where- Duration of each Peace - - - - ib 3. Debt at the beginning of each War-Debt con

tracted in each War-Total Debt at the end of
each War-Debt paid off during each Peace-
Average Annual Revenue at the dates of each

War - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Anecdotes of the Doctrine of Transmigration of

Souls - - - - - - - - - - - - - 174
Lines written by the late Richard Cumberland,

Esq. during the rage for Master Betty, but un

published during the Life of the Author - - ib. X. ORIGINAL POETRY - - - ...... 175

Ode written after perusing an Account of the Mi

series inflicted upon the Portuguese by the
French Armies in their Retreat, and of the li-
beral Subscription raised in this Country for the

Benefit of the unfortunate Sufferers. · · · XI. THE OCCASIONAL REVIEW . ..... 184 • 1. Woods's Account of the past and present State of the Isle of Man. - -

• - - - ib. 2. Original Poetry by a Lady lately deceased - XII. INTELLIGENCE, LITERARY, PHILOSOPHICAL,

&c. &c. - - - - - - - - - - - - •
Mr. Davy's Second Lecture on Geology at the

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Royal

Royal Institution—Position and arrangement of

Primary Rocks - - - - - - - - - -

A New Comet seen in France---the East and West

Indies--and Great Britain - - - - - - - 207

A Catalogue of Writings relating to Comets - .. 209

An Account of an attack made by a Tiger on a

boat at anchor in 7 fathoms water, near Sau-

gor, in the East Indies - - - - - - - - 210

Discovery of a Greek MS. of Apollonius Evander 211

New Experiments at Mentz on the Sensibility of

the Elephant to Music - - - - - - -

Case of Elephantiasis in Bartholomew's Hospital ib.

Remedy for the Yellows in Sheep - - - - -

Oil extracted from Grape Stones - - - - -

Edition of the Works of Confucius, from the Mis-

sion-press at Serampore - - - - - - -

Productiveness of a Lemon-tree in the Green-house

of Sir John Newport, Bart. - - - - - -

An Account of a newly-invented Aquatic Sledge ib.

Monthly List of New Publications - - - - - 212

XIII. PARLIAMENTARY JOURNAL - - . - - 216

Divorce Petition - .......... ib.

Appeals - - - - - - - - - - - - - ib.
Lord Palmerston's Resolutions on the Army Esti-

mates - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Mr. Brougham's Motion for leave to bring in a

Bill to amend and render more effectual the Act

of the 46th of his Majesty for the Abolition of

the Slave Trade - - - - - - - - - - 217

Mr. Chancellor Perceval's Motion relating to Or-

ders and Notices - - - - - - - - - -

Mr. Wharton's Resolutions on Miscellaneous Ser-

vices - - - - - - - - - - - - - ib.
Mr. M. A. Taylor's Motion on the Delay attendant

on Causes in Chancery, and Appeal Causes - -

Mr. Ponsonby's Motion on Mr. Secretary Pole's

Circular Letter in Ireland - - - - - - - ib.

Mr. Chancellor Perceval's Motion for leave to

bring in a Bill to equalize the Duties on Malt

and Sugar - - - - - - - - - - - - 223

XIV. EXTRACTS FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE – 224

Naval Action in the Bay of Bantam - - - - ib.

Capture of the island of Banda Neira - :: - 225

Surrender of Gorontello, in the Island of Celebes 227

Reduction of Manado, in the same island - - - 228

Capture of the Island of Ternate - - - - - - 229

Articles of Capitulation for Ternate - - - - - 230

1 2

Births

232

236

Births - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Marriages - - - - - - - -
Obituary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 237
Prices Current of Merchandize ....... 238
Course of Exchange - - - - - - - • - - - 239
Prices of Bullion - - - - - - - - - - - - ib.
Prices of Shares in the Navigable Canals, &c. - -. ib.
Daily Prices of Stocks -------- 240

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS

PHILO-VATIS, whose letter, containing an allusion to a cause pending in

the Court of Session in Scotland, is inserted in this number, is possibly anaware of the high ground taken by the friends of that party to the cause against whom he appears to express himself. The following paragraph is copied from a newspaper of the 3d ultimo :

• The trial which was lately held before Sir James Mackintosh, in the East Indies, bears a remarkable resemblance to a cause which will soon be more publicly divulged, in the riorthern part of this island. The chiet ditference is, that the atrocious and infamous defence has been fabricated by the brother, instead of the husband, of an innocent woman.'--Morning Chronicle, Sept. 3, 1811.

The trial referred to in the above is that in the very melancholy cause of Kitson v. STERLING, a report of which will be given in our number of the next month's.

We regret to find that B. B. W. is prevented by any circumstance from an immediate continuation of his LITERARY RECREATIONS. We have received the poem addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Dalkeith, which, with others froin the same pen, will appear in No. XIII. We have no hesitation in acknowledging ourselves pleased with · Weel-timed Daffin,' and we believe that our readers will seldom fail of being pleased with the productions of the author of the two concluding stanzas of JANE ASHFORD.We thank B. B. W. for all his information.

A letter has lain some time at our publishers for A. Z.

Salisburiensis and others were too late for this month, but will perceive our attention to them in our next.

We usually pass over in silence those correspondents to whom we have nothing agreeable to say. In this manner we avoid giving pain to them and to ourselves.

W. C**e will observe that a correction of an inadvertent orthography, imperative on us, has destroyed both the rhyme aud rythm of one of his cou

plets.

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