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THE ATHENEUM, or Spirit of the English Magazines, is published in Boston, on the 1st and 15th of every month. Each number contains 40 pages large octavo, forming 2 vols. of 500 pages each in a year, at the low price of Five Dollars per annum. The work is regularly forwarded by mail to subscribers at a distance. Its appearance twice a month renders it more conrenient to transport, and with less delay, than monthly publications, whilst by this mode of publication it is enabled to anticipate whatever is novel or entertaining in the literary, scientific, and fashionable world.

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GENERAL INDEX

TO VOL. III.

409

404
ALISMA PLANTAGO, withes, Allepin Bloomfie, ay hin poetical character
Acoustic experiment
156 Broad, mr. his death

488
Additional particulars of Capt. Cook's death 47 Bruce the traveller

936
Adam and Eve, a sign board
260 Bruce, Robert

431
Aëronautic Voyage across the English Bristed's American resources

445
channel
41 Burns and Scalds, remedy for

190
Africa, travels in
121 Burns died

275
African expedition
474 Butfon died

29
Afflictions of devils
487 Burgoing's letters on Sweden

81, 379
Abercrombie, Sir Ralph, anecdote of 485 Burkhard, the traveller

120
Alchemist

20 Byron, lord, remarks on

127, 402
Ali Pacha, his barbarity

26
- plagiarisms of

196, 392
Algiers, captivity in, described 128, 165, 369
All-Fools' Day
29 Canine sagacity

56
Alfred's head
263 Campbell, the poet

64
Americau resources
415 Cathedral, almost finisbed

70
Analogies in animal and vegetable creation 365 Cascade of Toortmague

282
Anthropopbagia

372 Canada, ilali's travels in
Anecdotes, various
237 Cary's letter ou West's painting

957
of Bernadotte
188 Cervantes died

31
of Incledon
190 Chatterton

355
of the dog
265 Chartres' aërial voyage

926
of Dr. Jobpson
267 Charles II. restored

101
of a Frenchman
277,432 Chapel of St. Rosalia

270
of the Sultana Valide
294 Chemical Amuseinents

147
of a Spanish Widow
316 Chinese forms and ceremonies

15
of a young cavalry officer 357 Chinese generosity

183
Anecdote of the actor Brunet
29 Childe Harold, canto IV.

297
of sir Ralph Abercrombic 485 Coffee denounced

147
-. of the duke of Wellington 481 Colbert to his son

209
of the prince regent
484 Compliment to a lady

395
Animal fower
190 Completing press

40
Animal and vegetable food
17' Conroy, John, his death

488
Ancient Banneret
189 Conteinporary Anthors

64
Angel, a sign board
263 Connolly, Daniel, his death

498
Ape Italiana, No. IV.
346 Corpus Christi

100
April, origin of its name

29 Couplet wrongly attributed to Pope 286
Apparition of Capt. Campbell
418 Coral rocks, their formation

338, 492
Appeal to battle for murder

170 Confession of the novice of St. Clair 397
Appeal, a new tragedy
200 Cornucopia

54, 189
Arctic expeditions
171, 213, 289 Crabbe, the poet, bis character

401
Arabian Horses
189 Crystallization of tin

486
Artificial noses
157 Curran, John Poilpot

60
Aschers

263
Artists, number in London
40 Dante's hell described

316
Assu'aption
354 Daniel's picturesque voyage

961, 380
Ash twig, queries on

390 Dance in Shakspeare's time
Athanasian creed
157 David, Ja ques Louis

191
Awful scenery of the Alps
282 David's great picture.

995
Aukland, lady Harriet
288 Dallas's poem of Ramirez

230

D'Arblay, gen. Alexander, his death 487
Battle of Morat
194. Death on the pale horse

957
Battle of Algiers
421 Derhyshire in England

272
Battle of Blenheim

354 Deshoulieres, madaine, her intrepidity 50
Bag of nails
261, 310 Death of ('apt. Cook

47
Banns of marriage
190 D'Evghien and Bourbon

156
Beethoven, the composer

71 Diving bell
Bear and Staff

964 Diseases of manufacturers
Bernadotte, anecdote of
188 Diseases of children

496
Bell, ao inn sign

293 Discovery of America before Columbus 29
Belle Sauvage

294 Domestic economy in Elizabeth's reigo 15
Berkely, sir George Cranfield, his death 488 Domesticated seal

168
Bellamy's bible
358 Don Manuel Godoi

921
Bellamira, by Shiel
413 Dog, anecdotes of the

250
Bishop Blaze
294 Dog days begin

275
Births
487 Dore, madame, her intrepidity

998
Blight in fruit trees remedied
39 Dobrpe, capt. N. his death

487
Blind persons, their powers

74 Dr. Dwight's tract on infidelity
Blossoms' lon

994 Dress of tbe beaax io James I's time 12

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