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the work, 1; degraded state of the Turkish empire, critical state of the,
Spanisk nation prior to the Revolution, 264.
%; party bias too apparent in the his- Turner's liber studiorum, 469, et seq. ;
torian, 4; Jacobins and Royalists, 5; contents, 472; plan of study recom-
circumstances attending Bonaparte's mended to the young draftsman, 473;
invasion of Spain, 6; embarkation of merits of the sketcbes, 474.
the Prince Regent of Portugal, 7; mas-
sacre of Madrid, 8; atrocities and death Version, Canara, of the Bible, 438-
of the canon Calvo, 10; French soldiers 442.
poisoned by laurel waler, 12 ; the French

Chinese, 446.
repulsed at Manresa by a drummer, 13;

English, authorized, 446,
battle of Baylen, ib.; siege of Zara- Versions, Serampore, history of the,
goze, 14 ; author's strange remarks on 450.
the failh of the patriots, 16; insurrec- Villemain's la république de Ciceron,
tion in Portugal, 17; account of the 413; estimate of the editor's labours,
Sebastianists, 18; affair of Vimeiro 423.
and convention of Cintra, 19; battle
of horses, 20; review of events pre- Ward, Mr.,. defended from the calum.
ceding the battle of Corunna, 21 ; 'a nies of Abbé Dubois, 301, et seq.
civilian ill qualified to write a military Wellinglon, duke of, Napoleon's estimate
history,' 22.

of, 503,
Speeches before the presbytery of Glas. Winds, theory of, 391.
gow, 467-9.

Woodley's view of the Scilly islands,
synod of Glasgow 371, e seq.; results of the exertions
and Ayr, 562 ; see M'Farlane.

made for the relief of the islanders,
Spain, interest attaching to the history 371; importance of the Cornish fish
of, 1; war in, Southey's history of eries, 372; remarkable local attach-
the, 1, et seq.

ment of the inhabitants, ib. ; state of
Stotbard's memoirs, 310, et seq. ; cha. morals among the Scillonians, 373;

racter of the elder Stothard as ao ar- non-existence of antiquities accounted
tist, 310; circumstances which led for, ib. ; effects of the action of the sea,
to the development of Italian art, 374 ; Mr. Whitaker's theory as to the
311; biographical notice of Charles Silurian Lyonois examined, ib.; the
Stothard, 312–17; his melancholy islands formerly united, 376 ; their cli-
death, 318.

male, ib.

Woods's two years' residence in Illinois,
Test-act, its pernicious influence, 54 ; 529; cundid slatement of the author to

application for the repeal of, 57. emigrants, 542.
Theology, remarks on the study of, 29;
see Ranken.

Young's account of hieroglyphic lite-
Tithe, nature of the grievance attaching rature, 481, el seq. ; merits and ob-

to, 355, et seq.; a tax distinguished ject of author's volume, 481; ac-
from a test, 356.

count of the Rosetta inscription, 482 ;
Translation, remarks on the proper test difficulties to be surmounted in de-

of, 442-457: process of, into Chi- ciphering it, 483; claims of the au-
Dese, 454.

thor to precedeuce in discovery, 484;
Translations, biblical, history of, 446, summary of ascertained facts, 485 ; his

complaint against M. Champollion,
Tread-mills, objections to considered, 486; blunders of the French savans,
549, et seq. ; see Hippisley.

487; see Champollion.
Turk, the, compared with the Greek,
263,

Zaragosa, siege of, 14.

el seq.

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the work, 1; degraded state of the Turkish empire, critical state of the,
Spanisk nation prior to the Revolution, 964.
%; party bias too apparent in the his- Turner's liber studiorum, 469, et seq. ;
torian, 4 ; Jacobins and Royalists, 5; contents, 472; plan of study recom-
circumstances attending Bonaparte's mended to the young draftsman, 473 ;
invasion of Spain, 6; embarkation of merits of the sketches, 474.
the Prince Regent of Portugal, 7 ; mas.
sacre of Madrid, 8; atrocities and death Version, Canara, of the Bible, 438-
of the canon Calvo, 10; French soldiers 442.
poisoned by laurel water, 12; the French

Chinese, 446.
repulsed at Manresa by a drummer, 13;

English, authorized, 446.
battle of Baylen, ib. ; siege of Zara. Versions, Serampore, history of the,
goza, 14 ; author's strange remarks on

450.
the faith of the patriots, 16; insurrec- Villemain's la république de Ciceron,
tion in Portugal, 17; account of the 413; estimate of the editor's labours,
Sebastianists, 18; affair of Vimeiro 423.
and convention of Cintra, 19; balllo
of horses, 20; review of events pre- Ward, Mr., defended from the calum.
ceding the battle of Corunna, 21 ; 'a nies of Abbé Dubois, 301, et seq.
civilian ill qualified to write a military Wellington, duke of, Napoleon's estimale
history,' 22.

of, 503,
Speeches before the presbytery of Glas. Winds, theory of, 391.
gow, 467-9.

Woodley's view of the Scilly islands,
synod of Glasgow 371, el seg.; results of the exertions
and Ayr, 562 ; see M‘Farlane.

made for the relief of the islanders,
Spain, interest attaching to the bistory 371 ; importance of the Cornish fish.
of, 1; war in, Southey's history of eries, 372; remarkable local attach-
the, 1, el seq.

ment of the inhabitants, ib. ; state of
Stotbard's memoirs, 310, et seq. ; cha. morals among the Scillonians, 373;

racter of the elder Stothard as an ar- non-existence of antiquities accounted
tist, 310; circumstances which led for, ib. ; effects of the action of the sea,
to the development of Italian art, 374; Mr. Whitaker's theory as to the
311; biographical notice of Charles Silurian Lyonois examined, ib.; the
Stothard, 312-17; his melancholy islands formerly united, 376; their cli-
death, 318.

mate, ib.

Woods's two years' residence in Illinois,
Test-act, its pernicious influence, 54 ; 529; candid statement of the author to

application for the repeal of, 57. emigrants, 542.
Theology, remarks on the study of, 29;
see Ranken.

Young's account of hieroglypbic lite-
Tithe, nature of the grievance attaching rature, 481, et seq. ; merits and ob-

to, 355, et seq. ; a tax distinguished ject of author's volume, 481; ac-
from a test, 356.

count of the Rosetta inscription, 48%;
Translation, remarks on the proper test difficulties to be surmounted in de

of, 442-457: process of, into Chi- ciphering it, 483; claims of the au-
nese, 454.

thor to precedence in discovery, 484;
Translations, biblical, history of, 446, summary of ascertained facts, 485 ; his

complaint against M. Champollion,
Tread-mills, objections to considered, 486; blunders of the French savans,
549, et seq. ; see Hippisley.

487; see Champollion.
Turk, the, compared with the Greek,
263,

Zaragosa, siege of, 14.

d seg.

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