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the opening was then closed ; and the animal foon put himself
On the next day, however, we are told that the Doctor re-
“Although our expectations,' says Mr. W. have not been
In the Appendix to our 47th Volume, 1772, page 521, we
We shall only further observe, with respect to this publication,
IN DE X
'To the REMARKABLE PASSAGES in this
N. B. To find any particular Book, or Pamphlet, see the
Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume,
ARABIANS, their skill in astrono.
to the Apocalypse of. St, AREOMETER. See De Luc.
'ARISTARCHUS, the astronomer,
ARISTOTLE, his philosophy ob-
table and animal creation, 516. rules for tyrannical government,
cussion of, on the principles of ARTICLES, of the Church, lati-
tude in the interpretation of,
pleaded for, 8;. The 18th Art.
ASTRONOMY, history of the va.
rious revolutions and improve-
French ac, Athelstan, King, curious form
fons apparently drowned, 567. grees of, 36.
some new properties of light,
BEEF-EATERS, derivation of, 259.
BERTHOUD, M. his time-keepers China, calculations of the sileda
tried, at fea, 154. Their ac- ber of inhabitants in that em
pire, 505, 548. Extraordinary
country, 549. Conjectures re-
sent state of medicine chere, ib.
several dynasties of their Empe-
to filial piety, 547. Ill effects
of that predominant principle in
land, his spirited contests wiih relative to that people, 549.
CHOISeul, Count de, his account
of the isles of Naxos, Tenos,
Syra, and Delos, 510.
ed at the Plantation office, 94. fluence from example, 485.
reflections on, 60. Case of an
COLONIES, British, of North A.
mical and mathematical papers liation with Great Britain a's
Horrors of the present war with
the elder, his great im- Coote, Col. his generalship at
the battle of Vandiwash, 48.
of the invention of queltioned, coveries, 528–529.
Cortes, his correspondence with
display of poetically paraphrased, of his conqueft of Mexico, 557.
His description of the court of
Mentezuma, 558. Of the dread.
ful and cruel circumstances of
animal, some account of, 552. the Spanish Bishops, ib.
COUGH, catarrhous, remedy for,
See AffiniTIES. 62.
Cow, case of one nearly killed by
CRITICISM, verbal, utility of af.
FAcius, Professor, his Latin ver-
fion of the Oreftes of Euripides,
FABRNO, some account of that ex-
cellent man, 565.
FAITH, considered as a virtue, 43 4.
FEARAIDHACH, King of Ireland,
on general inoculation of the Birmingham, &c, 224. Me-
thod of treating, 227
human body, dissertation on,
See AMSTERDAM. 540.
FORTIFICATION, account of some
generals, in the attack of forti.
fied places, 545
getable and animal creation,516. logy and various fignifications
of that term, 255.
performed by, 414. Obf. on his character, 58. His pro-
Other obs. by The Farbers, ib.
GERARDIN, Marquis of, his re-
feau, 140. Erects a monument
GERHARD, M. his memoir con-
cerning the oculus mundi, with
mariners of, 15. Martial spirit
of their women, 16.
GRABE, his collation of an an.
GRAN, Archbishop of, his vast Various obl. in husbandry, 22-
opulence and power. 562.
an object of divine worship, 77.
the Europeans, 283.
trick performed by an Indian
HAY-MAKING, improved me. tion of described, 266. Those
of Surat, some account of, 305.
Specimen of, 262.
ving the catarrhous cough, 62.
IRELAND,ancient history of, 3. Early
cultivation of learning there, 7.
for the recovery of persons apo of, 8. Origin of the White Boys
there, 11. Of the Oak Buys,
state of affairs between that ther accounts of the ancient his.
Account of Sir Wini. Completely conquered, 99. Po-
verty of the peasants, &c. there,
power of the superior clergy Irish, ancient, connected with the
present poverty of the
on the heat of animals IRISH-HOWL, whence derived, 10.
ISAIAH, his prophecies originally
written in verse, 131. Critical
on the force of gunpowder, 417. 215.
chines used in, new inventions of, 455. Compared with Ly-