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the advantage of computing the longitude from a fixed and general meridian; and it is to be wished that the French and English would abandon the computation from Paris and Greenwich, and return to that from Ferro, or some other more western spot, than which there could not be a more essentiaľ improvement in geography.

Of Von Gorog's maps of the Provinces of Hungary, twentytwo sheets were completed some time ago. They are divided according to counties, the meridian being taken from Ofen or Buda, and form the most complete Atlas of Hungary which has yet appeared.

M. Gussefeld has published a new map of the Hartz and circumjacent countries, for the use of travelers who visit that interesting part of Germany-the size of the map being about twenty-one inches by fifteen. The mountains of the Hartz are represented in three profiles, and the whole is well calculated to assist the researches of the traveler, and to exhibit the topography of that singular region.

In our next we hope to give ample accounts of two capital performances; Mr. Arrowsmith's New Map of North America; and Mr. Faden's County of Kent, from the plates of the Grand Trigonometrical Survey of England.

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

TO THE

AUTHORS' NAMES & TITLES OF BOOKS.

A

of,

BERCROMBY (sir Ralph), Lines Arts (fine), Dissertation on progress of,
on the death of,
S52

478
Ode to Atkinson's Rodolpho,

229
the memory of,

353 Atlas (new English), Cary's, 585
Addresses to inhabitants of certain pa.

-, Smith's,

584
rishes in archdeaconry of Lincoln, Aviary, Visits to the,

227
223
Adelmorn, the outlaw,
231 BALTIC straits, Chart of,

585
Adelphi,

239 Bankers (Impolicy of returning) to par-
Adultery, Sermon on the sin of, 106 liament,

338
Advice to minister of gospel, 104 Bantry-harbour, Survey of,

588
Africa, Map of,
531 Barrett's magus,

406
Agriculture (System followed during the Batavian republic, Tour through, 296
two last years by the board of) fure Bath, Excursions from,

277
ther illustrated,
467 Bear-haven, Survey of,

598
of Lincolnshire, General Beauties of England and Wales, 397"
view of, 261.--Review of ditto, ib.

of Wiltshire,

58
of Perthshire, General view Beddoes's collection of testimonies re-

423 specting treatment of Venercal disease
Aikin (Lucy)'s poetry for children, 111 by nitrous acid,

464
Alfonso, king of Castile,
355 Belinda,

235
Alired, an epic poem,

361 Belsham's elements of the philosophy of
Alwood's literary antiquities of Greece, the mind,

142
11, 131

history of Great-Britain, 23
Alonzo and Cora,

229 Berdmore's specimens of literary resem-
America (South), Chart of the coasts blance,

87
of,
595 Bidlake's scrinons,

434
American United states, Map of, 579 Billiards, Instructions for playing, 477
Anatomist's vade-mecum, 350 Black's conjunction of Jupiter and Ves
Andree's cases and observations on treat- nus in Leo,

474."
ment of fistula in ano, &c. 466

Free school,

230
Angling in the Trent, Observations on, Blagdon controversy. - Force of con-
360 trast,

120
Annales de Chymie,

502 Bliss's experiments on medicinal waters
Annotations on the gospels,

220 of Hampstead and Kilburn, 350
Annual register (New) for 1800, 269 Blow (A) at the root of infidelity, 460
Anti-Jacobin reviewers-Imposture ex- Boa constrictor,

338
posed, &c.

239 Boileau's satire on man, Translation of
Antiquities (Literary) of Greece, 11,

228
131 Bonaparte, Lise of,

189
Apology for the sabbath,
345 Booker's fast sermon,

463
Archbishops and bishops of church of Boscawen's poems,

431
England, Letter to,

118 Bowels (affection of the) frequent and
Ariel, or the inyisible monitor, 356

fatalin E. Indies, Letter respecting, 465
Arrowsmith's in ap of American United Bowles on the conclusion of the war, 102
states,

579 -'s suppleinent to Reflexions of
Turkey in Europe,

state of suciety at close of 19th cen.
580

tury,
App. Vol. 34,

2S

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New map of England

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356

217

Bread, a poem,

80 Corn-Proposals for keeping its price at
Britain, History of Great, .
23 what it ought to bear,

104
589 Corry's Detector of quackery, 120
Britton's Beauties of England and Wales, Cowper (Wm.)'s sketch of the charace

397 ter, &c. of rev. John Cowper, 238
Beauties of Wiltshire, 58 Cow-pox, Treatise on the,

331
Brock's Importance of religion to mili- Coxe's historical tour in Monmouthshire,
107

302
tary life,
Burder's village sermons,

454 Crabb's Order and method of instructing
Burns, Second essay on,
224 children,

227
Butcher's moral tales,
352 Croft's sermon on the peace,

107

on thanksgiving for fa-
CARLISLE (Earl of)'s tragedies and vorable harvest,

107
poems,

68 Crosbie (Sir E. W.), Narrative of the
Cary's new English Atlas,

585 apprehension, trial, and execution of,
Castle without a spectre,

355
Cépède (La)'s natural history of fishes, Cullyer's gentleman and farmer's 'assis.
532 tant,

467
Ceuta and Tetuan bays, Chart of, 587
Chains of the heart,

232 DALLAS's translation of Ordinaire's
Chamberlain's Blow at the root of infi- natural history of rolcanoes,

381
delity,
460 Dancer's medical assistant,

096
Chainberlin's Ocean,
354 Dawn of peace,

470

337
Channel (British), New chart of the Dead, Letters of the,

589 Defence of public education,
Charge to clergy of diocese of Durham, Delaval,

476
340 Denmark, Literature of,

569
Charlton (Mary)'s Pirate of Naples, 476 Detector of quackery,

120
Chemistry, Annals of,
502 Dictionary, Thespian,

476
Manual of thcaretic and Distresses of the times, Reflexions occa-
practical,
543

106
sioned by,
, Synoptic tables of, 77 Donovan's natural history of the insects
Children, Treatise on physical educa- of China,
tion of,
157 Dorothea,

238
Chouan army,

Hint respecting, 103 Drainage of fens in Lincolnshire, Letters
Christianity, Internal and presumptive on,

549
evidences of,

455 DRAMATIC.
Church of England vindicated from mis- Adelmorn,
représentation,
457 Alfonso,

355
Letter to archbishops Chains of the heart,

239
and bishops of,

118 Earl of Carlisle's tragedies, 68
Circulation of blood, Experiments upon, Elisha,

116
466 Holiday time,

555
Clapham's sermon for benefit of sunday Maid of Lochlin,

164
schools,
221 Mutius Scævola,

115
Clarke's animadversions on Dickson's Dropsy of membranes of brain, Treatise
translation of Carnot on the infinitesi-

on,

463
mal calculus,

359 Dundas (Mr.)'s letter to chairman, &c,
Cobbeti's letters on the peace, 333, 334 of E. India company, Observations on,
Collectanea maritima,
347

478
Colors of thin transparent bodies, Ob- Durham (Bishop or)'s charge to clergy,
servations concerning,
443

$40
Comeiras's edition of La Croix's Geo-
grapiny,

541 EARLE's Welshman,
Common prayer, Reeves's edition of Early lessons,

351
the,

36 Eden (Sir F. M.)'s letters on the peace,
Commons (house of), Review of prin-

335
ciples on which clergy are excluded Edgeworth (Maria)'s Belinda, 235
from,

2460

Farly lessons, 351
Conjunction of Jupiter and Venus in

Three stories for
Leo,

474
young children,

352
Coirast, Force of,
120 Education, Letiers on,

181
Curk harbour, Survey of,

586

Hints for plan of national, 220

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116

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tise on,

of wit,

map of,

Education, Strictures on modern system Fuscli's lectures on painting, 410
of,

227
(physical) of children, Trea- GARDINER's sermon,

463
157 Genius of France,

471
(public), Defence of, -217 Gentleman and farmer's assistant, 467
Edward, a tale,

228 Geography, Modern and universal, 541
Egypt (lower), Map of,

578 Gerhard's sacred meditations, 354
Eleinents of the philosophy of the mind, Germany, Literature of,

550
142 Gleig's supplement to encyclopædia
Elisha, or the woman of Shunem, 116 Britannica,

370
Elocution, Elements of,
468 Glig-gamena Angel-deod,

323
Encyclopædia Britannica,

371 Gætling's manual of Chemistry, 543

Supplement Gospels, Annotations on the four, 220
to,

371 Gout and rheumatism, Nature, &c. of,
477

109
England and Wales, Beauties of, 397 Grace (Act of), &c. explained, 348
England, Chart of East coast of, 588 Grammar, lotroduction to English and
New
589 Italian,

110
Estlin's apology for the sabbath, 345

Rhetorical,

468
Evans's Name of the Lord great among Gray's Durham visitation sermon, 106
the gentiles,

222 Greece, Literary antiquities of, 11, 131
Excursions fryin Bath,
277 Guide to Madeira,

360
Extracts, moral and sacred,

461

HALL's translation of Spallanzani's ex-
FALCONER on the plague,

350

periments on circulation of blood, 466
Farmers, Case of the,

359 Hamilton (Elizabetb)'s letters on educa-,
Faulkner's sermons,
447 tion,

181
Fell's tour through Batavian republic, Hampstead and Kilburn, Experiments
296 on medicinal waters of,

350
Fellowes's Morality united with policy, Hard's Imposture exposed,

239
479 Harry and Lucy,

351
Fens in Lincolnshire, Letter on the Hauy's Mineralogy,

481
drainage of,
349 Helen of Glenross,

S56
Festivals of church of England, Instruc- Helme (Elizabeth)'s St. Margaret's cave,
tions to young people respecting, 224

237
Fishes, Natural history of, 532 Helvetia, History of,

48
Fistula in ano, &c. Cases and observa. Hermitage, The little,

111
tions on treatment of,

466 Hint of Chouan army's having been a
Follies of fashion,
475 Jacobin snare,

103
Force of contrast,

120 Hints for plan of general national edu-
FOREIGN LITERATURE,

cation,

296
Denmark,

569 Hoare's Chains of the heart, 232
France,
545 Holiday time,

355
Germany,

550 Holland, Literature of,
Holland,

556 Hooper's Anatomist's vade-mecum, 350
Hungary,
555 Hosea, New translation of,

1
Italy,
558 Howe's millennium,

456
Russia,
563 Hover's history of the art of war,

542
Spain,
573 Hull's Elisha,

116
Sweden,
566 Hungary, Literature of,

555
Switzerland,
556 Hunter (Mrs.)'s Letitia,

355
Transylvania,

555 Hurdis on psalm and prophecy, 285
Fouchécour (Countess of)'s Saisons,

110 ILLUMINATIONS, Hints for increas-
Fourcroy's synoptic tables of chemistry, ing the splendor of,

358
77 Impolicy of returning hankers to parlia.
France, Literalure of,

545
ment,

338
- Reflexions on old and new go. Imposture exposed,

239
vernment of,

479 Infinitesimal calculus, Animadversions
Frank,

551 on Dickson's translation of Carnot on
Free school, a poem,

230
the,

359
Friendship, Mysterious,

117 Insects of China, Epitome of the natu-
Fullagar on religion,
108 , ral history of,

44
2 S2

556

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Insecto-theology,

239 Lincoln, General view of agriculture of
Institute (national), Memoirs of the, county of, 261--Review of ditto, ib.
510 Little's poetical works,

200
Instructions for young people, respect. Lous's chart of Baltic straits, 585
ing festivals of church of England,

of gulf of Jutland, 585
224 Lundie's fast sermon,

463
Intelligencer, Celestial,

406 Luscombe on the sin of adultery, 106
Ireland's Mutius Scævola,

115
Irides, or corona, oi sun, moon, &c. MACARONICORUM carminum de.
Account of,

443
lectus,

354
Irrigation, National,
348 Macneill's poctical works,

289
Italian Grammar, Ravizzotti's, 110 Madeira, Guide to,

360
Italy, Literature o,
558 Magus, The,

406
Map of,
575 Maid of Lochlin,

164
Mair's assise serinon,

224
JACKSON's fast sermon,
223 Mallet's map of Trinidad,

579
Jamaica practice of physic, 226 Manual of reflexions on facts of rerela-
Jaméson's mineralogy of Scottish isles, tion,

223
121 MAPs and CHARTS.
Jaufret's Visits to the ménagerie, 111 Africa,

581
John (St.)'s gospeł and epistles, Notes Coasts of South America, 585
on,

411
American United states,

579
Johnston on the way to restore and per. Baltic straits,

585
petuate peace,

197
Great Britain,

589
Jutland, Chart of the gulf of, 585 British Channel,

569
Juvenile philosophy,
227 Ceuta and Tetuan bays,

587
Cork barbour,

586
KEMBLE and Cooke, Remarks on cha- Lower Egypt,

578
racter of Richard III., as played by, East coast of England,

588
117-Critical review of the Remarks, English Atlas, Cary's,

585
118

Smith's,

584
Kentish on burns,
224 Italy,

575
King's survey of the Virgin islands, 589 Gulf of Jutland,

585
Knight's chart of Ceuta and Tetuan Thames, froin London bridge to Wool
bays,

587
wich warren,

558
chart of East coast of England, Trinidad,

• 579
588
Turkey in Europe,

580
survey of Bcar-haven and Virgin Islands,

589
Bantry harbour,
588 White Sea,

569
survey of Cork harbour,

*Extracts from forcign journals respect-
ing maps and charts,

590
LANGFORD's anniversary sermon of Margaret (St.)'s cave,

257
royal humane society,
462 Marshall's sernions,

178
Lathom's Holiday time,

355 Medals and gems bearing inscriplions in
Leasehold property, Inquiries into na- ancient Persic character, Observa-
ture of,
S47

-95
Légs, Observations on cure of wounds Medical assistant,

996
and ulcers on,

110 Meditations, Sacred,
Lesser's insecto-theology,

239 Melancholy,
Letitia,

355 Memoirs of National Institute of France,
Letter to archbishops and bishops of

-510
church of England,

118

(Secret) concerning Russia,
Letters of the dead,
337

489
Lewis's Adelinorn,

231 Ménagerie, Visits to the,
- Alfonso,
355 Mercier's Neology,

537
Tales of Wonder,
111 Methodists, a poem,

47-4
XVI., Memoirs of the reign of, Millennium, The,

456
241 Milner's Rolexions occasioned br the
Life of ******, esq.
119 distresses of the times,

106
Light, Observations concerning inflex. Milton's poems, "Tudd's edition of,
ions of,
437

254, 388
Lincoln, Addresses to certain parishes Mineralogy of Scottish isles,

121
• in archdeaconry of,

223, , Treatise on,

586

tions on,

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