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GENERAL INDEX

TO THE

FIFTY-SECOND VOLUME.

LAST SIX MONTHS OF 1821.

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ON the proper sound of the Eng- count of the private conference of,
lish
109 with three quakers

193
Abstinence, instance of great

251 Alexander, his visit to a quakers' meeting.
Abolishing wars, or the practicability of 110

house

ib.
Abuses of public confidence and liber- Alexandria, annotations on

336
ality, by empirical, and specious so-

canal at

445
cieties, observations on

123, 312 Ali Mahomet, pacha of Alexandria, ac-
on apologies made for

330
count of

336
Academy royal, receipts for the year, of Almanac, Chinese Imperial, character of
the
75 the Chinese provinces from

206
at Paris, prize question by, for Alum, its pernicious effects in bread 255
1823

138 Amarapoorah, capital of the Burmban
Acupuncturation, on the operation of 448 empire, description of
Addison's imitations, original letter of Ambrozetti, bis professional character
Bishop Warburton on

119 | America, North, on the uninstructed
Aerial gardens, among the Swedes, ac- condition of the native tribes of 252
count of

236

extracts from Mr. Wright's
Aerostatic machine, Professor Robert-

Views of Society and Manners in 601
son's proposal to construct a

250

on the best mode of travelling
Aerostation, on discovery of an horizon-

in

613
tal direction in

250

increase of population, and
Africa, M. Walckenaer on modern dis-

effects of cultivation in

615
coveries in the interior of

237
on the forest trees in

616
on the Negroes and Arabs of 239

on the post conveyance in the
North, on two expeditions for the hack settlements of

617
interior of

248

Mr. Birbeck's settlement in 620
expedition formed to explore 345

, on steam boats in

621
, account of isles of Loss on the

state of parties in

625
coast of

396
state of black slavery in

ib.
Agatha, St. fete of, at Catania

295

on the liberty of the press in 626
Agriculture, report of the select Com-

on the state of education in

627
mittee of the House of Commons upon

of religion in 628
the petitions complaining of the dis-

condition and management of
tressed state of -
53 horses in

630
proposed relief of

55

--, on German redemptioners in ib.
true causes of the distressed

South, progress of affairs in 84,
state of

555

272, 369 462, 562
AGRICULTURAL REPORT, 77, 169, 266, 363,

battle of Carabobo

272
456, 555

state of the Brazils • 562
labourers, causes of their

of Lima and Mexico562
number and distresses

155 | American Union, Mr. T. Hand's letter
Air-pump, Mr. J. Oldham's new appli- on emigration to the northern estates
cation of the
65 of the

121
Akenside, Dr. note by, on Bishop War-

North, Review, observations
burton's letter on Addison's imitations 121 from a, on the English universities 141
Albany, North American, description of - 611

- literature, flourishing condition
military academy at West Point,

of

156
ib.

Union, addition of Florida
vicinity of

613
to the

- 270
Alcohol, discovery of a substitute for 540

on the literature of

200
Algoa hay, communication from a settler

notes on, essential to the emi-
on the state of

385
grant to

320
Animal, remarkable discovery of an, in

the, his opinions

602
South Africa

543

women, and youth of both
Alexander, Emperor, J. Wilkinson's ac. sexes, remarks on

603
American
ib.
268, 456, 558

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85, 288

American literature, observations on · 623 Bayham Abbey, account of

493
Amor Patriæ, observations on the 525 Beal-Agh, plan of the ancient temple of,
Amsterdam newspaper, curious advertise- in the county of Down

199
ment in one

222 Beckford, Aldernian, letter of, to the son
Animals, on cruelty to

330
of the King of Corsica

329
Annuity private, arguments and 'facts Bellamy, Mr.

his professional
proving the necessity of prohibiting character

by law the borrowing of money by - 213 Bentham, Mr.extract from, on the corrup-
Annales Maritimes, report in, of a disco-

tive influence of usury

215
very of a new method to determine the

his penal code for Spain
latitude

254 Berard, M. bis experiments on the chemi-
Ant-bill, observations on injuring an 141

cal changes of fruits

· 514
Ang!o-Saxon, enquiry relative to the Bernard, Gen. account of

60+
study of

511 Berthier, M. on the alloys of chromium,
Apograph, Mr. A. Smith's instrument for

iron, and steel

544
copying drawings, description of 153 Bertrand, General Count, letter from, to
Apples, M. Duduit de Maizieres

Lord Liverpool, on the state of the
making superior bread with common health of Bonaparte

175
potatoes

158 Bewick, Mr. remarks on his supplement
Apple-trees, question relative to
306 to his British Birds

59
Arab Moors, on their love of liberty and Bibles, Testaments, and Common Pray-
customs

239 ers, on the use of wood engravings, to
Arabs and Negroes of Africa, distinctions illustrate

536
between, and their opposite manners ib. Bilious affections, remarks on

266
Arago and Fresnel, MM. their applica-

97

Binfield, Pope's, house at
tion of the principle of Count Rum- Birbeck, Mr. on his settlement in the
ford's colateral meshes to the im-

United States

620
provement of lamps

158 Birmingham book society, old, Mr. Luc-
Archer, Lady, account of
522 cock's account of

311
Arithmometer, description of a

414 | Blood, penalty of, folly of making it the
Artaxerxes, remarks on the opera of

only efficacious preventive of crime 259
Arctic land expedition, account of the 539 Bog, account of a moving one, in Ire-
Ascham, Roger, account of

298 land
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, salubrity of its wa- Boileau and Pope, on the comparative
ters, and magnificient baths

378
pretensions of

489
Ash tree, Mr. W. Goodman on a skull Bonney, Mr. F. A. B. his Nugæ, or
lately found embedded in an
102 Poetic Trifles, reviewed

414
-- mountain, liquor brewed from the

his and Dr. Francis' translation
berries of

155 of an ode of Horace compared 417
Aspray, Mr. op a machine for grinding Bonaparte, Napoleon, outline of the life
potatoes
515 and character of

39
Asia Minor, on the population, &c. of

on his birth and early youth ib.
several towns in

251

his appointment to the army
AUTHORS, CONTEMPORARY

- 499
of Italy

40
Ava, Burmban empire, account of 579, 597

his conduct at the battle of
Backwoodsman, a poem, Mr. J. K.

Lodi

ib.
Paulding's review of

226

his appointment of General.
Balloon, ascension of the, in the Green in-Chief of “the Army of England”
Park, on the Coronation

58
his designs upon Egypt

ib.
Baltimore, North America,description of 631

his appointment of first consul 42
Bamford, Mr. S. bis miscellaneous poetry

his desire of peace from Eng-
reviewed

502
land

42
Bank of England, on their donation to

his justification of the death
every female convict, utterers of forged of the Duke D’Engbien

43
notes

640

his acceptance of the crown
BANKRUPTCIES AND DIVIDENDS, 79, 171, of France

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proclaimed King of Italy ib.
Baptist mission in India, extracts from

his expedition against Eng-
the seventh memoir
147 land

ib.
Barcelona, ravages of the yellow fever

bis signing the treaty of the
at
370, 461, 561 confederation of the Rhine

44
Barometer measurements, near canals,

his conduct respecting Han-
Mr. Farey's suggestion for

129
Barmouth, voyage to, and description of

- his attempt to ruin the trade of
the town of
203 England by the Berlin decrees

45.
Batavia, letter from a lady at, to a friend

bis interview with Alexander
in England
122 of Russia

.
Barilla, on the trade and duties of 498

the crown of Spain resigned
Baths, French, remarks on
- 235 to him

ib.
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Bonaparte, his uniting the Papal states to Bonaparte, bis observations on Godoy,
his empire
46 Prince of Peace

ib,
his marriage with Maria

his opinion of his brothers ib
Louisa, Princess of Austria

ib.

his observations on Josephine
his expedition against Russia 47 and Maria Louisa

529
his acceptance of the sove-

on the war
reignty of Elba
49 in Russia

530
his return from Elba

ib.

on traitors in Paris, machi-
his conduct at the Battle of nating against him

531
Waterloo

50

-, on the campaign of 1814 532
delivery of himself to the

his motives for rejecting peace
English cruizers off Rochfort
ib. at Chatillon

ib.
bis confinement at St. Helena ib.

on the counsels of Bernadotte
reflections on his career 51 to the Allies

ib. .
his five codes

ib.

, on the battle of Waterloo 533
his death

52

his opinion of Wellington ib,
Count de Montholon's letter

his reflections
to the Princess of Borghese at Rome,

Joseph, account of

610
on his illness

174 Bonbam, Mr. letter of Major Cartwright
Count Bertrand's letter to
to

520
Lord Liverpool, on the state of his Boon, Colonel, of Kentucky, account of 626
health, military regimen under 235 Borrowing money by private annuity, on

his subdivision of the French the necessity of prohibiting by law 213
Police

ib. | Boston, America, on the thriving condi-
bis Court
236 tion of

122
creation of the Legion of Brabam, Mr. his musical style

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Honour

ib. Brazil, on the gold and diamond districts
his opinions at Toulon

430
of

549
bis conduct regarding Paoli 431 Bread, Mr. Mackenzie on the adulter-
Corsica ib. ation of

255
the con- Brougham, Mr., Mr. Hanbury on the
vention

432 practical character of his elucation bill 206
his marriage with Madame British Museum, number of persons ad-
Beaubarnois

ib. mitted to view the, from March 1820,
his opinion of the French
to March 1821

61
soldiers

ib
Constitution, on the

234
bis policy

ib. Broxbourne, Herts, instances of longe-
his conduct in Italy
ib. vity at

14
bis planning of the expedition Brussels, literary establishment at 251
to Egypt

433 Buchan, Earl of, his letter on Thomso-
bis opinion of the people of
niana

235
Egypt

434

Dr. his humourous prescription
of the battle of
for a nervous lady

237
Aboukir

ib. Buenos Ayres, notes written during a late
his return to France, altered residence at

30, 219
position of affairs, and condnct ib. Buckland, Professor, Mr. Cumberland on
appointed consul
ib. bis inaugral lecture

301
his animated conserence with Bunyan, John, description of his native
Josephine on assuming the crown of house at Elstow

193
France

435 --, his education and appointment of
-, on his conduct in Egypt ib. pastor to a Baptist congregation ib.
on the melancholy affair of

-, his meeting-house at Zoar-street,
the Duke D’Engbien
436 Gravel lane

414
his remarks on Moreau 436 Burdett, Sir Francis, the cause of his

his description of the Emperor first visit to Cold Bath Fields prison - 231
of Austria

lines by, on Tooke's bust - 332
bis opinion of the Prussians,

his eulogy on Tooke - 335
and the King of Prussia

437 | Burke and Dalrymple, on their access to
bis overthrow of the Prussians the cabinet at Kensington, for their re-
at Jena
527 marks on Sydney and Russell

335
battle of Austerlitz, and in- Burlington, America, description of 622
gratitude of Alexander of Russia to ib. Burmban empire, extracts from Capt.
his account of the battle of

Cox's Journal of a residence in 577
Eylau

ib.

, general course of the
his victory of Friedland, and

weather in
the peace of Tilsit

ib Burmhans, on their eating horse flesh. ib.
bis conduct with regard to
Spain

ib. Butler, author of Hudibras, lines by, ad-
his conferences with Alexan-

dressed to Felton, confined in the
der of Russia
528 Tower

140
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Byron, Lord, his wholesale plagiarisms 19, spection on her conduct, and the ma-

105 chinations against her
-, on Cantos III. IV. and V. Casa Giovanni Della, account of

9
of bis Don Juan

124 Catch Club, Nobleman's remarks on 3
Cachemere goats, imported into, and do- Catullus, Mr. Lamb's critique on

33
miciliated in France, observations on - 155 Causes of wars, enquiry relative to the 110
CaderIdris, North Wales, description Cellini, Benvenuto, distinguished artist,
of
117, 203 account of

297
Campbell, Rev. J, on his second visit Ceylon, society formed at, for investiga-
to South Africa

59 ting its natural and civil history 61
Camporese, Madame, her professional Chaubew Mew, Burmhan empire, de-
character
5 scription of

599
Canada, Upper, observations on 620 Chapel Royal, its inelegance, and care-
, Lower,

621

less style of singing in the
Canadiagua-village, America, description Chapter coffee-house, account of the
of
615 Wittenagemot of the

426
Canals, queries respecting
26 | Chelsea china, remarks on

231
Mr. Galton's tables of ascer- CHEMISTRY AND EXPERIMENTAL PHI.
tained levels of various

ib.

LOSOPHY, REPORT OF 65, 157, 253, 445,
Mr. Farey's suggestion for baro-

544
metric measurements for

129 Chertsey, view and description of Cow-
addenda to Mr. Galton's list of ley's bouse at

480
the height of, with errata in former Chesterfield, Lord, his opinion of Prince
list

132 George, afterwards George III. 333
levels, Mr. Watson on

301 Chester, particulars of the late music
Canova, on his statue of Washington 541

meeting at

389
Canton, letter from, on the commercial

Chesterton, birth place of Dryden, ac-
restraints of the Chinese
132 count of

385
Carnot and Douglas, military systems of, Chinese language, remarks on a dicti.
compared
505

59
Carter, Miss, excellent prayer by 521

letter from Canton, on the com-
Caroline, Queen of George II., letter of, mercial restraint of the

132
to the younger branches of the Royal

provinces, character of the, from
family
522 their imperial almanack

206
--, Amelia, Queen of George IV. Cholera, remarks on

363, 455
memoirs of

125 Chromium, iron, and steel, M. Berthier,
her marriage
ib. on the alloys of

544
on her separation from Chipcase, Mr. his account of Ellwood 308
the Prince of Wales, and bis letter to Clare, John, Northamptonshire peasant,
her on the subject
ib. bis Village Minstrel reviewed

321
her residence at Black- Class, on the increase of the privileged - 140
heath, and visits of George III. to her ib. Classical learning, remarks on

409
her protection of young Cobbett, Mr. anecdote of George III.
Austin
136 connected with

334
the commissioners ap- Colchester, description of a sphinx found
pointed in her case and their opinions ib. at

442
on her quitting the Colchicum seeds, success of, in rheuma-
kingdom to reside on the Continent ib. tism

369
her reception at fo- Colour of paper, on the

493
reign courts

137 | Columbia, on the new republic of 462
on the Milan commis- COMMERCIAL REPORT, 78, 170, 267, 366,
sion, respecting
ib.

458, 556
on the attempts to de- Commerce, on the real cause of the ruin
tain her abroad
ib.

315
her courage, energy, Committee, for relieving the houseless
arrival in England, trial, acquittal, and poor, deserved eulogy on the conduct
her triumphal visit to the Cathedral of

of the

400
St. Paul's, to return thanks

ib. Commons, report of the house of, on the
the consequences of present state of the poor, and poor
her non-attendance at the coronation

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of George IV.
ib. Concert, ancient, remarks on the

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her death, and prepar-
-, vocal, remarks on the

ib.
ations for her funeral, its arrange- Conservancy, London, remarks on 333
ments, and opposition to them by the Convicts, on the treatment of, during
populace
ib. and 138 transportation

637
death and wounds to

at New
some of the populace, by the soldiery,

South Wales

641
wbile attending her funeral

ib.

on their feelings on quitting the
her character, retro-
country

639
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Convicts, on the state of the, during the Deaths in and near London . 86, 177, 274,
voyage

ib.

371, 464, 564
on their landing in New South De Begni, Madame Ronzi, her profes-
Wales
640 sional character

5
donation of the Bank of Eng. Delatour, M. his report of discoveries in
land towards women, convicted of ut-

India

304
tering forged notes, before transporta- Dictionary of the Chinese language, re-
tion

ib. marks on one publishing
Corn laws, remarks on the

55 Digestive organs, Mr. Graham on disor-
CORNUCOPIA OF LITERARY CURIOSI-

ders of the, attended by pain in the side 115
TIES, AND REMARKABLE Facts 139 | Discovery, projected new Russian voyages
Coronation, remarks on the late
82 of

229
of the late Queen, remarks

DIVIDENDS AND BANKRUPTCIES 80, 171,
ib.

269, 458, 558
Correspondence, notices to

192 | Divining rod, Mr. Farey on Mr. Par-
Corsica, letter of Alderman Beckford, to tridge's account of the

18
the son of the King of

329 -, Mr. Partridge's reply to Mr. Fa-
Corsicans, list of subscriptions raised for rey respecting

407
the, in 1769
ib. Dolgelly, some account of

497
Cottolam, India, heights of, fertility and Drury-lane Theatre, remarks on

1
productions of

306

meeting of subscri-
Covent Garden Theatre, opeộing of, and

bers to

76
Mr. Young in Hamlet at

265

brilliant career of 265
excellent management

further remarks on

554
and success of

535 Dryden, account of Chesterton, the birth
Coults, Mr. lines written by the Duke place of

385
of Gordon, on the marriage of, with

-, Lady, letter of, giving some ac-
Miss Melon

234
count of the poet

424
Cowley's bouse at Chertsey, view and Dublin, on the visit of the King to
description of

480 Duduit de Maizieres, M. his invention to
Cox, Capt. extracts from his Journal of a make bread with common apples su-
residence in the Burmhan empire 577 perior to potatoe bread

158
ill success of his mission 594 Dunleary, on the works for the construc-
his visit to the minister of tion of the port of

250
the Burmban government

ib. Dupin, Mr. Charles, his remarks on the
return of his mission

596
English navs

247
Craik, Mrs. her explanation of some par- Dutch, modern, on the domestic habits,
ticulars in the life of Paul Jones 418 and amusements of the

220
Crime, on the folly of making the pe-

and French, their characteristics 236
nalty of blood the only efficacious Ear-rings, on the use of

ib.
preventative of

259 Earl Moira packet, loss of the, and con-
CRITICISM, PHILOSOPHY OF CONTEM-

siderable number of passengers

183
22, 297, 408 Easter, Mr. Tovey's general formula for
Crystallo Ceramic, curious invention, ac- finding

26
count of

448 EccLEsiASTICAL PROMOTIONS, 86, 182, 278,
Crystals, on the structure of

374, 567
Cumberland, Mr. on the claims of Mr. ECONOMIST, THE POLITICAL 198, 315

Stone 'to the new system of road- Edgecombe, Earl of Mount, stanzas
making

104 written on a remarkable pig, belong-
on Professor Buckland's ing to

231
inaugral lecture, and defence of the Edgeworth, Miss, observations on 499
Mosaic Cosmogony

301 Edinburgh, establishment formed at, for
the late Duke of, instance teaching the connecting arts and sci-
of his self-denial

334 ences to persons engaged in particu-
gate, on the murders com-

Ira trades

- 154, 249, 346
mitted at, during the funeral procession Egypt, General Minu de Minutoli's re-
of the late Queen

173
searches in

336
on the public funeral of the Election, on the first innovation on the.
two unfortunate men killed at
174 original method of

161
Cumming, Rev. J. connection between Ellwood, Mr. Chipcase's account of, with
galvanism and magnetism, illustrated extracts from his own memoirs

308
by

157 Elstow, Bunyan's native house at 193
effects of application of Emigration, to the Northern states of the
magnetism as a measure of electricity ib. American Union, letter of Mr. T.
Cunningham, poet, character of

Hand on

121
Currency, on the real worth of the 316 EMINENT PERSONS, MEMOIRS AND RE-
Daniell, Mr. bis meteorological observa-

39, 135
tions on the two last years

445 Encyclopædia Britannica, statistical er-
eath, ode to
503 rors in the

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