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METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

From May 25, to June 25, 1815.
Kept by C. BLUNT, Philosophical Instrument-maker, 38, Tavistock-st. Covent-Garden.

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Mean Barometrical Pressure. Mean Temperature From the last quarter on the 31st of May

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ERRATUM.
No. XVII. p. 426, le 16 from the bottom, for members read numbers,

GENERAL INDEX

TO THE THIRD VOLUME.

580

ABERYSTWITH, report of bible society Baber, Anna, her appetite for earth, 348
at, 385

Bankrupts, lists of, 89, 189, 288, 388, 486,
Abington, Mrs. her death, 27,6 -account of,
375

Barclay, Mr. riot at the chairing of, 273
Abo university, its present state, 45

Barrington, Bishop, biography of, 35
Academies for the encouragement of the

Viscount, account of, 33
arts, 252

Bartley, Mr. his performance of Falstaff, 361
Accum, F. on the expense of gas-light ap- Bartolozzi, F. memoirs of, 471
paratus, 441

Basing House, inquiries suggested by a his..
Acts of Parliament, abstract of 61, 138, 260 tory of, 508
Addington, furious storm at, 483

Basnett, Mary, epitaph on, 303
Adultery, on the propriety of rendertig it a Bath, order of the, new ordinances of, 67-
criminal offence, 408

on the precedency of the new knights of,
Agricultural reports, 88, 186, 287,387, 485,

401, 512
578

pin-manufactory at, 85--establish-
Agriculture, progress of in France, 339 ment of a Flour and Bread Company and
Albanians, character of, 529

Gas-Light Company at, 382-antiquities
Aldrich's Christ Church Bells, 309

discovered at, 575
Alexander, Emperor, anecdotes of, 129

Agricultural Society, adjudication of
Alfordo conimittee in aid of the Society its premium, 282

for promoting Christian Knowledge formed Battle Abbey, coins discovered at, 284
at, 177

Bean, Col. his account of an expedition to
Ali Bey, sketch of his travels, i

New Mexico, 398
Allen, Ralph, inquiry concerning him, 7- Beaumarchais, anecdote of, 531
Churchill's lines on, 207

Beaumont, Col. his death, 570
America, political state of, 166, 468 Beauvois, Baron de, botanical observations

illustrations of the manners, lite by, 237
rature, &c. of, 320

Becker's Augusteum, account of, 18
American titles of honour not legitimate,122 Bedford, Countess, anecdote of, 130
Anachronisms in painting, 16

Bedfordshire, new bridge over the Ouse in,
Anatomy, progress of in Francè, 337

77 -establishmeut of Sunday schools in,77
Andreossy, General, on the conduits of Con- Beetles, inquiry concerning a method of de-
stantinople, 248

stroying, 331-answers to the inquiry,
Angara, river, singularity of, 350

512, 522
Annet, Peter, his character, 7-notice re- Begemder, S. L. account of, 185
specting, 207

Belfast, opening of a Catholic chapel at, 286
Appointments, 71, 167, 467, 567

Bennett, J. his treatise on the Commutation
Apprenticeship, its effects on trade, 26 of Tythes, 282
Architecture, neglected by the Royal Aca Berkshire, establishment of schools for
demy, 31

adults in, 77
Ardesoif, J. his horrible cruelty and awful Bethelsdorp, description of, 106
death, 500

Beza, his translation of the Psalms, 308
Aristophanes, remarkable scene from one of Bible Society, British and Foreign, report
his comedies, 313

of, 505
Aristode, remarks on passages in, 425, 505 Bingley, Rev. Mr. history of the Greenland
Arithmetical question, ambiguous, 319 whale, 496
remarks on, 424

Birch, J. account of, 169
Armstrong, Dr. J. his death, 178

Bird, R. his bombastic letter, 328
Arreton Down, I. of Wight, antiquities dis- Birds, lungs of, 114-surnames derived from,

covered at, 379
Artists' Fund, anniversary of, 457

Birmingham, fatal accident at, 180
Arts, fine, review and register of, 49, 154,

and Worcester Canal, improve-
251, 358, 454, 548

ment of, 393
Arts, Society of, its proceedings, 445 Births, remarkable, 86, 182, 280, 378, 509,
Ashley, Mr. J.J. account of, 73

575, 576
Ason, Sir W. his death, 374

Blackburn, Joseph, his detection, 87 bis
Atlay, Rev. John, his death, 77

trial and e: "cution, 385
New VONTHLY Mac.--Vo, 18.

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Blackstone on voluntary perjury, 111 Camden, description of an ancient mode of
Blair's Preceptor, inquiry concerning a pas-,

execution by, 299
sage in, 32

Campaigns of 1812, 13, & 14, histories of,
Blomberg Vision, alluded to, 4-inquiry 349

concerning, 230-answered, 402 Campbell, Rev. J. his description of Bethels-
Blood, inquiry concerning the original dis dorp, 106
coverer of the circulation of, 428

Canal-shares, prices of, 93, 193, 292, 392,
Boarding-schools, increasing charges and

496, 584
holidays at, 302

Cancer, application recommendet for, 16
Bontaye, Count de la, his discoveries in dye- Canova, anecdote of, 130
ing, 146

Caraccioli, bis Life of Ganganelli, 121
Botany, progress of in France, 237

Carey, Wm. account of Bartolozzi, 471
Böttiger, Professor, his archæological lectures, Carlisle, removal of the Scotch Gate at, 279

19-on recent travels in Greece, 411-on -establishment of a newspaper at, 571
the restoration of the Jesuits, 493 Carlyle, R. poetry by, 436
Boyce, T. his invention of a life-boat, 447 Cassini's map of France, particulars con-
Bradford, new church at, 384

cerning, 540
Bramah, J. memoir of, 208

Castle Camps, ancient dagger found at, 172
Brand, Hon. T. reduction of rents by, 175 Cat, proverh derived from one, 531
Brandes, George, account of, 525

Catholics, remarks on the British laws re-
Emest, account of, 526

specting, 404
Brandreth, Dr. his death, 380

Caucus, explanation of that term, 27
Bricks, method of employing them for re Cawood Castle, extracts from the MS. poem
pairing roads, 11

of, 416
Bridge over the Susquehanna, 329

Celerier, effects of a sermon by, 306
Bridge-shares, prices of, 93, 193, 292, 392, Cement, inquiry respecting a cheap one for
406, 584

filling in the interior of walls, 525
Bridlington, remarkable well at, 182 Certificates, lists of, 92, 192, 291, 391, 489,
Brierly, the painter, inquiry concerning, 229 583
Brighton, premiums adjudged by the con Chambers, J. account of Sir N. Holland, 218
missioners of, 483

Chanting prayers, on the propriety of, 6
Bristol, society for the conversion of the Chateaubriand, his visit to Mount Vesuvius,
Jews formed at, 575

314-extract from his Essay on Revolu.
British Institution, exhibitions of, 251, 457 tions, 420
Bronstedt, Dr, account of his travels in Charity, evils of the indiscriminate exercise
Greece, 411

of, 9
Brown, Dr. John, biography of, 111-.fal Charleton, Rear-adm. his death, 178
lacy of bis doctrine, 297

Charmilly, Col. de, account of 569
Dr. W. C. memoir of Mr. Bramah, Chass, Rev. W. his death, 178
208

Chemistry, progress of in France, 131
Brühl, Count, his love of splendour, 332– Chester, mi teorological observations taken

destruction of his valuable library, 337 in the county of, 507
Buchanan, Rev. Dr. C. account of, 170

opening of a grave ál, 77
Buckinghamshire, resolutions of the lace Chevreul's Distillatory Digester, 132-expe-

manufacturers in, 172-anniversary of the siments on the making of soap, 133
Bible Societies of, 570

Chillcot, Giant, account of, 476
Bügge, Chevalier, account of, 185

Chiltern Hundreds, inquiry concerning, 127
Bull-baiting, inquiry concerning the origin -answers to it, 224, 404, 511
of, 32

China, diffusion of Christianity in, 184
Buonaparte, Napoleon, anecdotes of, 197– Chiswick house, improvements at, 66

his return to France, 270-his second ab- Christ Church Bells, Latin and Greek trags-
dication, 584

lation of, 300
Burlington-house, salc of, 167, 274_im- Churchill, his lines on Allen, Annet, and
provements at, 567

Kidgell, 207
Buttolph, J. account of, 276

Church music, on the state of, 29, 107 --
Byron, Lord, biographical account of, 527 hints for improving, 511, 502

Chynhalls, Mr. his shifting-cartridge for
Cabinet, literary, 128, 530

blasting rocks, 78
Calne, epitaph at, 406

Clague, Aun, her mode of raising new po-
Calvin, improvements made by him at Ge-

tatoes, 445
neva, 307

Clancarty, Lord, his letter respecting the
Cambridge, epidemic fever at, 277

sentiments of the Allied Sovereigns, 462
university, proceedings of, 39, Clarke, Dr. Adam, on subniission to esta-
140, 244, 344, 438, 337

blished governments, 413
Cambridgeshire Agricultural Society, pre- Claudius, Mathias, account of, 195
miums of, 173

Cleaver, Bishop, account of, 470

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Cleghorn, T. description of a bugyant line Delpech on the hospital-rot, 338

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for saving persons who fall overboard, 447 Declaration of the Allies against Buonaparte,
Clement XIV. letter of the King to, 120
Clergy, on the returns of non-resident, 124 Derby, carl of, inquiry respecting the place
Cochrane, Lord, his escape from the King's

from which the title is taken, 108
Bench, 274

D'Esterre, J. N. account of, 184
Cocks, inquiry concerning the origin of Desvaux, M. observations on the algæ, 238
throwing at, and fighting them, 32

- observations on the musæ, 239
Cock-fighting, account of the origin of, 499

Devonshire, new mode of letting farms in,
Colonies, their effects on trade, 221

79-vein of lead ore discovered in 377
Comet, discovery of a new, 347

Dionysius of Syracuse and the Bourbons,
Commercial reports, 93, 187, 192, 392,496,

420
579

Dissenters, on their refusal to celebrate
Companies' shares, prices of, 93, 193, 292,

Good Friday, 401, 415
392, 496, 584

Dividends, lists of, 90, 190, 290, 390, 487,
Comparative degree, question relative to, 581
311-answer to it, 495

Dock-property, prices of, 93, 193, 292, 392,
Copenhagen, Bible and Missionary Societies 496,584
at, 541

Domeier, Dr, account of, 374
Copernicus, intended menument for, 444 Dorset, duke, account of, 170
Copyright, new act relative to, 38

Dramatic Register, 56, 156, 300, 458,552
Corbett, J. account of, 287

Dry-rot, inquiry respecting, 517
Corn, average prices of, 88, 186, 288, 387, Dresden, illustrations of the gallery of an-

485, 578--on treedom of trade as applied tiques at, 18-rebuilding of the bridge aty
te, 407

45-bombardment of, 336
Corn-laws, resolutions of the House of Com. Drury-lane Theatre, performances at, 56,
mons un, 161

, 156, 360, 458, 554
Corowall Geological Society, meeting of, 78 Dublin, university prizes,344-fatal accident
Corsicans, character of, 532

at, 484-newspapers of, 540
Cocterell, Co on the precedency of the new Duelling, ferocity of the Americans in, 327
Knighis of the Bath, 401

Dunnage, Mr. his patent for a method of
Courbiere, Marshal, his monument, 44 propelling boats, 59
Courtenay, A. on removing grease froin pa- Durham, Bishop of, account of, 38
per, 500

cathedral library, curiosities in, 79
Covent Garden Theatre, performances at, 58,

new coust of justice, decision of
157, 362, 460, 552

the cause relative to, 174
Cowes, West, epitaphs at, 405

Dury, John, enquiry concerning, 39
Cowper, defence of, 10

Dutrochet on the egg of the viper, 337
Craven, Dr. W.account of, 169

Dye ng, discoveries in, 146
Creech, W. account of, 183

Dymock, singular epitaph at, 405
Cross, Dr. his cruel experiments on animals,
503

East Indies, new works published and pre-
Crowther Bryan, account of, 374

paring, in, 444
Crustaceous animals, their organs of respira. Ecion's Liber Valorum, a new edition of, re-
tion, 114

commended, 504
Cubieres, on English gardens, 339

Edgbaston, institution for the Deaf and Dumb
Cujavia, Bishop of, edict of, 205

at, 180
Cundall, Rev. J. account of, 180

Edgeworth, Mr., new construction of mail-
Curate, French, anecdote of, 532

coaches proposed by, 540
Curates' Act, inaccuracy in, 229

Egypt, splendid French work on, 349
Cursing and swearing, act against, 178 Εικων βασιλικη, inquiry respecting the author
Custanice's History of the Reformation, cri of, 107

ticism of the Monthly Review on, 10 Elgin, earl of, on his conduct in regard to
Cuvier's analysis of the proceedings of the the Tweddell MSS. 94, 998

French Institute, 130, 236, 337-exami Ellis, George, account of, 374
nation of the mouths of fishes, 338 Elmes, Mr., poetry by, 04 -on the ballad

of Three Children sliding. 104
Dale, Lieut.-col. R. account of, 287

English artists, defence of, 502
Dalgarno, William, inquiry concerning him, Epitaph on an infant, information concern-

ing, 218
Danube, improvement of its navigation, 44 answer to an enigmatical, 223
Darcet, his experiments on bronze, 134 Epitaphs, singular, 405-absurd, 504
Dartmoor, riot of the American prisoners at, ETITAQIY TË Anscidos, 300
877

Esquire, on the general assumption of the
Death, picture of it from premature inter title of, 122--on the order of precedency

ment, 115-means of ascertaining its of persons having a right to the title of,
Icality, 117

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Estler, A. his method of making white paper Goodman, Dr. said to be the author of
from rye-straw, 444

Εικον βασιλική, 107
Euripides, quotation from, 126

Gordon, Sarah, epitaph on, 302
Eustace, Rev. Mr. letter respecting him, 104 Gossé, M. account of, 309

-on the mutilation of ancient monuments Gout, on the nature and cure of, 512
of art, 241

Granville and Bath, Lords, curious account
Exchange, courses of, 98, 194, 294, 394,586

of their short administration, 500
Exhibitions of works of art, 360

Gray, Lieut. poetry by, 534, 535

Grease-spots, inquiry concerning the means
Fairs near London, their immoral tendency,

of removing them from books, 331-an-

swers to the inquiry, 428, 523

Great Britain, political stare ot, 161, 263,
Farmers, on the manners of, 412-desence

369, 461, 550
of, 519

Grecian fire, account of, 323, 409
Fenning, Eliz, her trial, 371

Gretry, anecdote of, 531
Ferriar, Dr. J. account of, 169

Griffiih, Professor, on the geology of Ire-
Fire and fire-arms, on the use of in war, 322

land, 347
409

Grimston House, sale of, 577
Fires, remarkable, 66, 166, 176, 274, 470, Gropius, M. letter respecting Greece, 444
585, 567

Gualtier, Philip, quotation from, 126
Fire-works, on the impropriety of iutroducing Guillotine, inquiry concerning the origin of
them on the stage, 498

the word, 299- poetical description of the
Fishes, their organs of respiration, 114

instrument, 300
Fitzgerald, Lady Mary, account of, 373

Gunpowder, on the earliest use of, 322, 408
Fleming, Dr. account of, 469
Fleuret, M. inquiry concerning his artificial Gwalior, fortress of, 518
stone, 230

Haddon, Rev. P. his death, 285
Folsch, F. his method of teaching to read Hale harbour, fatal accident in, 571
and write, 446

Halifax, Bishop, correction relative to, 127
Fontany, M. his method of solving the higher Hamilton, Lady, account of, 171
equations, 248

Hare, Mr., certificate of his mathematical
fowle, Wm. his eccentric will, 379

abilities by Sir Isaac Newton, 308
France, state of literature in, 145, 247 -- Harlequin pantomimes, inquiries concern-
political state of, 162, 260, 364, 464, 559

ing, 523
Franking, abuse of the privilege of, 123

Harry, Philip, account of, 477
Fuller, Andrew, account of, 469

Hartlib, Samuel, his character, 8
Fuseli, Mr. his lectures at the Royal Aca. Harvey, Mr. on his poetic version of Fingal,
demy, 49

Harvey, Dr. bis eitle to the discovery of the
Ganganelli, inquiry concerning a poetical circulation of the blood disputed, 428
production of, 403

Hawkins, Miss, remarks on her Rosanne, 25
Gas, fatal explosion of, 180

Heaton colliery, fatal accident at, 481
Gatschina, foundation for orphans at, 40 Herculanean MSS. unrolled, 45
Gay Lussac, on iode, 132

Hering, C. account of, 276
Geneva, description of, 224, 306

Hermstadt, Professor, on premature inter:
Ceology, progress of, in France, 236

nient, 115
George Ill. character of, 414

Herrmann, Professor, his death, 351
Gerken, Rev. Mr. his remarkable prediction, Hervey, Gen, his death, 77

Herz, Dr. descriptien of death from prema-
German Circulating Library, establishment ture interment, 115
of, 539

Hey, Rev. Dr. account of, 373
Germany, political state of, 165, 366, 465, Heylyn's Help 10 History, a republication of
557

it recommended, 108
Giobs, Mr. John, account of, 28

Heyne, Professor, memoirs of, 230, 331,429,
Gibbs, Major-gen., account of, 386
Gillespie, Major-gen. Sir R. account of, 470 Hindoos, on the means proposed tor con-
Glass, premium offered for improvements in verting, 125
the manufacture of, 542

Hobbes,

on a mathematical error of, 821
Gloucester, establishment of adult schools Holberg gallery, account of, 541

at, 279-opening of pump and baths at, Holidays in public offices, 317
478

Holland, Sir N. inquiry concerning, 32–
Glynne, Sir R. his death, 287-account of, account of, 218
374

Holland House, trial respecting, 66
God save the King, inquiry concerning the Holly-hedges, on the time for clipping, 108,
Cumposer of the tune of, 523

330
Good Friday, on the non-observance of by Holmes, Messrs. of Carlisle, their improved
Dissenfers, 29, 205, 401

waggon, 272

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