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AN

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TO THE

REMARKABLE PASSAGES

IN THE

CRITICISMS AND EXTRACTS

IN VOL. XIX. OF THE NEW SERIES.

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American Indians, advice of ABOLITION of Pauperism in

a veteran warrior

among England, on the likeliest

the

623 parliamentary means for

treachethe

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......

507

their feast
com-
of lanterns...

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

7
of.....

144 America, stalactite cave in.. 024 Autography, thcory of...... 147

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Bartleman, anecdote of.... 63
Bedouin breakfast, solidity
of a.

255
Bigotry, description of 425
Blenheim, secret history of
the building of...

146
Blowpipe, historical account
of the use made of the.... 481

, pretended improve-
ments in..

482
Brooke's, or New-
man's, notice of.i... 483

directions for the
use of the.....

ibid.
de, the two principal
operations in which it is
employed ....

484
rules for conduct-
ing experiments with the 486

characteristics de-
veloped by a mineral be-
fore the..........,-...

ibid.
Blunders, amusing.

443
Brabmans, ingenuity exer-

cised by them to render
their Chironicles unintelli.
gible

514
Brain and Nerves, observa-
tions on the...:

312
Brandy, effects produced by,

on a Bedouin Shehk... 255
British Dramatic talent, the
alleged đecay of, consi-
dered ..

348
British Colonies, discourage-

ments to members of the

Established Church in.... 492
Brougham, Mr. error of, re-

Camels, singular mode of

....

specting the Churches of
England and Scotland.... 290
Bruce, confirmation of his ac-

counts of Abyssinia .. 506
Burke, Mr. on the Church of
Ergland

300
Burnet's History, extracts

from, with marginal notes
by Swift...

440
Butler, Bishop, wilful mis-

statements respecting..... 132
Bụtler, Samuel, epitaph on.. 144

treatment towards young 255
Canadas, state of public feel-
ing in the...

495
virtual ascendancy
of the Romish Church in.. 496

unwise concessions
to parties in....

ibid.
Presbyterians and
Papists in the....

497
-, instructions to their
early governors a

498
effects of the con-
ciliatory system pursued in 499
Carols, or Christmas Songs,
their ancient usage

307
Chaise, description of a, by a

shepherd's boy...... 178
Charles I. the history of, was

involved in prejudice and
party feeling

15
-, state of England in
the reign of

30
conduct of the Par.
liament towards...

41
Charms, dissertation on 282
Chinese, advantages they pos.

sess over an Englishman
by the longitude of their
nails

416
Chlorine and Carbon, on a

new compound of....... 317
Christianity, effects produced

by, upon the moral and po-

litical state of Europe..... 239
Church of Rome, necessity of

defending the Establish-
ment against its encroach-
ments

88
language of
the Homilies respecting the
image worship of....... 90
Church of Ireland, import-

ance of being prepared for

its defence....
Church Government, why so

little said on the subject of,
in the New Testa: ent.... 232

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Dissenters Marriage Bill, will

multiply the irregular pub-

lication of bangs.., 607
Domestic Economy of Eng-

land, anticipated danger to
the..

610
Dublin, Arehbishop of, un-

warranted attack upon.. 109
Dugong, description of the.. 314
Dunkwell Abbey, lines on
the ruins of ...

472

private property of the.... 580
Church of Scotland, Mr.

Brougham's partiality to
the, explained

297
Church Psalmody, history of

its origin and progress. ... 449
Clergy, twofold relation of

the, to one another....... 651
Clerical order, difficulties to,

which they are exposed.. 653
Cold, contrivance agaiust,

in Italy and Sicily.. 284
Collins, whimsical mistake

respecting the tomb of..., 375
Commutation of Tithes, at-
tended with danger to the

219
Cooke's Dr. anecdote of an
amateur musician.....

62
Cornwall, curious custom ob-

served in, at Christmas.. 307

E.

Church.....

D.

...

Dabistan, the object of the.. 521
Dante and Petrarch, parallel
between

386
Darius, on inscriptions in the
palace of

517
Deans of Rochester, curious
fact related of...,

149
Dean Swift, not an anti-epis-
copalian .....

299
Death-bed of the Empress

Constantia, poetically de-
scribed

370
Deity, on the attributes of the 206
Desart of Arabia, journey
across the.....

266
Desatîr, opinion of Mr. Er-

skine respecting the..... 522
Diary, extracts from a.... 442
Divine Counsels, strict unión

of justice with mercy in the 196
Dissenters Marriage Bill, his-
tory of the

661

Ecclesiastical Polity, scheme

of, familiar to the members
of the Christian commu-
nity........

232
Ecclesiastical Government,
observations on.

237
Edinburgh Review, the Bi-

shop of London misrepre-
sented by....

133

T, philip-
pic to the editor of... 139
Edinburgh, prevalence of
Scepticism in.....

290
Elective Monarcy, secret his-
tory of an..

149
Elizabeth, Queen, possessed
arbitrary power....

25

, proclaim.
ed martial law against the
importation of bulls and
forbidden books

......... ibid.
England, government

of, pre-
vious to the reign of Henry
VII....

19
England, Church of, warning
to its Clergy.

130
England, Literature of, slow

progress it made, till re-

cently on the Continent.. 148
England and Ireland, the
tithe system of

208
English travellers, respect

shown towards, in Arabia 257
English Parliaments, ingeni.

ous discovery of a French-

man with respect to... 443
Entail, or Lairds of Grippy,

character of its hero 433
Episcopaoy, the apostolical

institution of, considered.. 231

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