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1 N D E X
CRITICISMS AND EXTRACTS
IN VOL. XIX. OF THE NEW SERIES.
American Indians, advice of ABOLITION of Pauperism in
a veteran warrior
among England, on the likeliest
623 parliamentary means for
617 rous conduct of.......... 625 Abyssinia, mode of adminis
mythology tering the Eucharist in.... 508 of.....
629 superstition and
their manroguery of the Priests in. . ibid.
of worshipping the Abyssinian Christians, on the Deity ...........
ibid. names of......
630 bine the customs of Jews
ludicrous and of Savages........., ibid. dress of their Priests .... ibid.
supe- Apostles, Greek in their days rior morality of the Hea
was the universal language then Galla over them.... 509 of Literature
9 Agistment, conduct of the
-, authority exercised Irish gentry on the subject by them in the Church.... 234 of...
211 Asiatic Literature, exaggeAkbas, Emperor, on the Re
rated notions respecting.. 505 ligion introduced by him Asiatics, their ignorance of into India
517 the laws of Criticism .... 510 Alexandria, the Jews of, Authors who have ruined their adopted the Greek lan
Booksellers, secret history guage
144 America, stalactite cave in.. 024 Autography, thcory of...... 147
Bartleman, anecdote of.... 63
, pretended improve-
directions for the
cised by them to render
on a Bedouin Shehk... 255
ments to members of the
Established Church in.... 492
Camels, singular mode of
specting the Churches of
counts of Abyssinia .. 506
from, with marginal notes
statements respecting..... 132
treatment towards young 255
shepherd's boy...... 178
involved in prejudice and
sess over an Englishman
new compound of....... 317
by, upon the moral and po-
litical state of Europe..... 239
defending the Establish-
ance of being prepared for
little said on the subject of,
multiply the irregular pub-
lication of bangs.., 607
land, anticipated danger to
warranted attack upon.. 109
private property of the.... 580
Brougham's partiality to
its origin and progress. ... 449
the, to one another....... 651
which they are exposed.. 653
in Italy and Sicily.. 284
respecting the tomb of..., 375
served in, at Christmas.. 307
Dabistan, the object of the.. 521
Constantia, poetically de-
skine respecting the..... 522
of justice with mercy in the 196
Ecclesiastical Polity, scheme
of, familiar to the members
shop of London misrepre-
progress it made, till re-
cently on the Continent.. 148
shown towards, in Arabia 257
ous discovery of a French-
man with respect to... 443
character of its hero 433
institution of, considered.. 231