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GENERAL INDE X.

VOL. XVI. NEW SERIES.

Abbadie on the deity of Christ, extract

from, 259.
Æschylus, remarks on the genius of, 141.
Africa, travels in, 23 ; geography of, 33 ;

see Lyon.
Alban, St. martyrdom 'of, 466.
America, South, voyage to, 185.
Amusements of clergymen, remarks on,

502; three dialogues on, 565, el seq. ;
Angling, ils lawfulness as an amusement,

563.
Animals, Braminical tenderness towards,

not always connected with virtue, 566.
Apocalypse, notice of works on, 462.
Arrtic miseries, 66.
Arctic voyages by Barrow, &c. 50, et

seq. ; enthusiasm and courage of the
early navigators, 51 ; voyage of the
Zeno's, ib.; voyages of the Cortereals,
52; anecdote of Eslevan Gomez, 53;
expelition of sir H. Willoughby, 54;
notices of subsequent navigators, 1583
-1818; ib. el seq.; expedition under
capt. Ross, 56 ; perilous predicament of
the Isabella and Alexander, ib. ; Esqui.
maux, 57; sceplicism of Mr. Fisher re-
lative to Baffin's Bay, ib.; remarks on
the getting up of capt. Ross's volume,
58; expedition uuder capt. Parry, ib.;
difficulties of Arlic narigation, 59; enlku-
siasm of the crew on entering Lancaster's
Sound, 60; magnetic phenomena, 61;
resolule coduct of lieul. Liddon, ib. ;
precarious situation of the ships, ib. ;
winter amusements, 62; beautiful
lunur halo, 63 ; intoxicating effect of
cold, 64 ; frozen vapour, ib. ; sequel
of the cxpedition, ib., general re-
marks on it, 65; specimens of the
winter chronicle, 66, el seq. ;

situde in the fame and influence of
Aristotle, 240 ; his ethics still read,
241; merits of the translation, and

specimen, ib.
Armenian population, state of, 315.
Arrowhead character, its affinity to the

Hebrew, 318.
Ass, the wild, or goorkhur, 310; estimalion

of it among the Jews, 520,

North Georgia Gazette and Parry.
Aristotle's Nichomacbcan ethics, a new

translation of, 240, 1; singular vicis.

Baillie's, Joanna, metrical legends, 498,

et seq. ; remarks on author's preface,
428; character of the poetry, 430 ;
apocryphal nature of the history of
Wallace, 429; Wallace at the barns of
Ayr, 432; peace, 433; legend of Co-
lumbus, 435; legend of lady Griseld
Baillie, ib. ; filial piety of the heroine,
436; the happy exiles, 438; sequel,
and epilapk on ludy Baillie, 439; re-
marks on irregular versitication, 440;

Lord John of the Erst, ib.
Baillie's, Marianne, first impressions on

a tour on the continent, 282, et seq. ;
infidel cant of the writer, 282; French
beauties, 283 ; Sete de St. Louis, ib.;
hospice on M. Cenis, 284; king of

Sardinia, ib. ; le Raffaelle des chats, ib.
Barrow's chronological history of voy-

ages, 50. el s19.; see Arctic Voyages.
Bass's Geeek Lexicon, 563.
Bath, oriental process of the, 299.
Bellamy, John, intidel tendency of his

criticisms, 156.
Benson's chrouology of our Saviour's

life, 336, et seq.; on what rests the
importance of the inquiry, 336; ex-
tent of the supposed difficulty, 338;
the chronology of Josephus itself per-
plexing, 339 ; proposed new reading re-
lative lo the age of Herod, ib. ; objec-
tion to it, ib. ; other discrepancies in
Josephus, 340; on the data for fixing

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the death of Herod, 341; author's rea 487; fatal influence of the act of su-
soning to fix the commencement of his premacy, as regards civil and reli-
reign in July, J. P. 4674, 342; opi gious liberty, 488 ; illegality ind in-)
nions of Lardner, Mavn, and the consistency of the first acls of Mary I.,
anthor compared relative to the date 489; popiedom of Elizabeth, 490; the
of his death, 344; inquiry hury long act of supremacy precluded the pro-
the birth of Christ preceded the de gress of reformation, ib., the growth
cease of Herod, 345; author's reason of ecclesiastical power attributable to
ing to prove thal the arrival of the Magi it, 491; sentiments of the Lollards: 104
was prior to the execution of the rabbis, this point, ib.; declarations of the Re-
346; unsoundness of his premises, formers, 492 ; act of supremacy pre-
76. ; spirit of forbearance character judicial to real religion, 493 ; the ree
'istic of the eraugelists, 347; the time mote cause of the civil war, 494 ;
respecting which Herod inquired of character of James I. ib. book of
the Magi, nol that of Christ's birth, sports, 495; character of Charles I.
ib.; author's arrangement of the cir. 496 ; intolerance of the parliament, 497;
cumstances recorded by Matthew, ib. ; Cromwell a friend to religious liberty,
precarious nature of his reasonings, 498 ; history of the test act, 499;
348; difficulties attending the inter the comprehension opposed by the
* pretation of Luke ii. 2, ib. ; author's clergy, 501 ; general remarks on the

hypothetical correction of the text, 349; work, ib.
reasons for preferring the interpreta Browne, Mr. the traveller, mysterious
tion given by Campbell after Calvin, murder of, 305.

&c. 350 ; internal marks of veracity Bunyan, admirable tendency of his al-
9. and competency in Luke, 351; to what legories, 559.
"I taxing does Luke reter ? 352; al Byron's, lord, Don Juan, notice of, 374.

leged contra:!iction between Luke and
Matthew, ib.; «xplanation afforded Calvin, eminence of as a commentator,
by the fact that Tiberius was colleague 89.

with Augustus, 358 ; import of the Calvinism, on the reproach of, ss.
* word translated reign' (wy quovias), 354; Canada, hints to settlers in, 370.
*** date of Tiberius's proconsular go Caravansary, description of a, 313. "

vernment, 355; "duration of our Carey's Dr. J., clue for young latinists,

Lord's ministry, ib.; merit of the 178, 9; notice of autbor's 'other
Jawork, 356.

works, 178.
Bible Society, British and Foreigu, Carpenter's examination of the charges
charge ngainst by Luccock, 204.

agaivst Unitarians, 546, et seq. ; ad-
Bonaparte, Mr. Scoli's remarks on the mission as to the disiugenuousness of

genius of, 168 ; true monument of, certain advocates of orthodoxy, 546;
169; character of, interesting only deprecation of state patrowage in religion,

from his power, 413; meanness of, 547; Dr. Hales's denunciation of Uni-
*414, 16, portrait of, *17.

tarians, 548 ; dissent a part of their
Brazil, rapid progress of improvements offence, 549; impolicy of such a
-in, 196; geography of, 204 ; notes mode of conducting the controversy,
**** relating to, 206, et seq. ; see Luccock. ib.; importance of the sabbalk, 550 ;
Bretons, the, origin of, 327; degraded author himself chargeable with un-
state of, 163, 327.

fairness, 551; attack in Monthly
Britain, etymology of, 323; aborigines Repository on Dr. Dwight and bis

of, ib. ; ancient language of, 325; in. reviewer, ib. ; note.
troduction of Christianity into, 463; Celts, Asiatic extraction of the, 399.
see Hughes.

Cheltenham waters, Gibney's guide to,
Brook's history of religious liberty, 481, 381.

et seq. ; modern date of religious li. Children's books, remarks on, 557, et
berty, 481; remarks on author's plan seg.
and style, 482 ; christianity not the Chinese language and literature, remarks
anthor of persecation, but jis victim, on, 36, et seq. ; 41, 2.31
483; importance of keeping alive the Chinese iemples, 569; etiquette, 570;
remenibrance of the days of martyr hot-baths, 571 ; fortune-tellers, ib.
dom, ib.; the puritans martyrs, 484; Christ, chronology of the life of, 336,
attempts of Southey and others tó el seg. , duration of the ministry of,
transpose history, 485; efforts of the 355.
Lollards, &c. in favour of liberty, Chronology, Grecian, remarks on, 131.

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