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SABBATH, how to be regarded
in farming affairs, 249.
SAINT Peter's church, at Rome,
SALT, wonderful mountain of, in
SALT-PETRE, remarks on the de-
compofition of, by means of the
fal gemma of Cordova, 555.
SAPHANDRE, a machine to pre-
vent drowning, 567.
SCARLATINA Anginofa defcribed,
225. How treated, 227.
SCOTLAND, obfcurity of its an-
cient history, 270. Dr. Stu-
art's refearches into commend-
ed, 271. Kings of Scotland
hot unlimited in their power,
275. Their great officers of
ftate, 278. Courts of justiciary,
SELF-ATTENDANCE, its import-
ance, particularly in the bufinefs
of a farm, 169.
SURAT, account of the inhabis
tants of, 305.
SWISSERLAND, sketches of, 3435
Prices of provifions in that coun-
SYRA, formerly Syros. See CHOI-
STUCCO. See APPEAL.
SULZER, M. his philofophical me-
moir on the immortality of the
SUMATRA, island of, account of,
the water poet, his
TANJORE, particulars relating to
the late conqueft and restora-
tion of, 293-300.
TANNING of leather, new method
quaint account of Nicolas Wood,
the great eater, 261.
THALES, fome account of his
THICKNESSE, Mr. letter to from
one of the Monks of Montfer-
SELWYN, John, his extraordinary
ftrength and agility, 258.
SENECA, effay on the life and wri-
tings of, 313.
SERVANTS, management of, in
the farming business, 180.
SHIRAS, in Perfia, obf. made there
by a modern traveller, 306.
SOCRATES, brief account of his
SOUCHOT, Mrs. her remarkable
cafe of delivery in childbirth,
SOUL, human, philofophical opi-
nions relative to its immortality,
SPAIN, wonderful mountain of falt
STRATA of the earth, curious ac- Twiss, Mr. how rendered obno-
counts of, 42.
xious to the Irish, 191.
of the Derbyshire mines,
TENERIFFE, pike of, curious ex-
periment on liquors carried to
the fummit of, 154.
TICHO-BRAHE, his aftronomical
TIME-KEEPERS. See LE ROY.
TINE, or Tenos, pleafing defcrip-
tion of the women of that island,
TINTERN Abbey, fome account
TOPAZ. See MARGRAFF.
TOURNAMENTS, &c, curious ac-
count of royal ordinances rela
tive to, 257.
TRAITE de la fphere, &c. 313.
TRELAWNEY, Rev. Sir Harry, his
change of religious fentiments,
79. Witticisms on, ib.
TRINITY, Mr. Search's explica-
tion of, 431. Dr. Scott's no
tion of, 486.
VANDIWASH, battle of, defcrib-
VENICE, eminent artists of that
VERBAL criticifm vindicated, 375.
VIRTUE, poetic encomium on,
VITET's difpenfatory of Lyons, WINEFREDE's Well, defcription of, 32. Qualities of the waters, 195.
VOLTAIRE, M. de, celebrated by
the King of Pruffia, 67. His
life and conduct generally ami-
able, 68. Vaft diverfity of his
talents, 69, 144. His merit as
an hitorian, 269.
WINKLEHAAK, M. his account of
methods to recover perfons ap-
parently drowned, 566.
WHITE, Dr. his experiments on
air, and the different kinds of
effluvia upon it, 409,
WOMEN, highly reverenced by the
ancient Germans, 16.
their cruel vaffalage in ancient Greece, 454. Their rights of inheritance among the Greeks, Arabs, and Romans, 455. Women of Naxos defcribed, 510. Of Tenos, 511. WOOD, Nicolas, the great eater,
P. 4, 1. penult, del. generally.
17, 1. 6 from bottom, for raisoneé, r. raisonné.
55, 1. 21, for
years, r. reasons.
104, par. 2, 1. 13, for other opportunities are embraced, s. opportunities are likewife embraced.
WORCESTER, Marquis of, his extraordinary retirement in Wenf ley Dale, 258.
-148, 1. 4, for perfectionement, T. perfectionnement.
Ibid. Art. XI. 1. 1, for Morale, r. Moral.
Ibid. 1. penult, for Moise, r. Moise.
149, 1. penult, for Precis, r. Précis.
150, Art. XVI. 1. ult. for Modern times, r. Modern Naturalifts.
153, par. 2, 1. 4, for Phillippiques, r. Philippiques.
del. the Viaticum.
355, par. 3, 1.9, for he advances, r, he produces. -365, par. 2, for practice of ftatuary, 1. practice of the art of