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GENERAL INDE X.
VOL. XX. NEW SERIES.
Alphabet, the, origin of, 490 ; Egyptian, 272; on the sight of the prison al Dieppe,
by H, Gally Knight, 273; remarks on
fluence of, 548; see Dwight, Faux, Barbauld, Mrs. lines by, on the late
seq.; character of the work, 65 ; cruel Benson, rev. J. memoir of, 520; see
grading effects of modern priestcraft, ib.;
a part of ship's furnilure, 513; worship
church-doors in the middle of the day er-
plained, 515; boy priests, ib.; fa-
264, et seg. ; fine simile from Scott, ancient and modern Romans, ib. ; monks
Botany, recommendations of, 320, 333.
on the light of Louis xvi. to Varennes,
stq. merits of the author as a trans-
religion, 62, et seq.; anthorities argu-
and contents of the work, ib.
et seq. ; the torch of liberty, 181; royalty
and religion, 183; epigram, 184.
120; history of the law of relief, ib. ;
seq. ; origin of the recent discoveries
sionaries, 566 ; neture and neressity of
of the Holy Spirit.
of the Greeks, 253, 260.
ju the eighteeenth century, 54; state
Cæsar, Julius, military character of, 234.
revolution, 342, ei seq. ; abortive cha-
army, 319; mock campaign, 350.
towns, 117 et seq. ; author entitled to
Charch of Scotland, rights of the, asserted, Dissenting churches, comparison of with
established, 350, el seq.
minister, independent and in-
rities examined, 293; description of
felt by the Italian restorers of learn former work, 294-300; tbe abbé's
author's attack on the canara version,
cimens of mis-translation from the
of the philosophic ideal of the an on the words soul and spirit, ib.; on
figure and image, 445; matchless ef-
froutery of the abbé's sweeping charge
history of the English and Chinese ver-
lators soliciling critical aid, ib. ; history
testimonials from natives to their com-
petency, 451 ; account of the process