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it ought to have been mentioned, that the measure of the permanent settlement of the revenues of Bengal, to which we have there given such, mcrited praise, was originally suggested by Mr (now Sir Philip) Francis, in a plan fubmitted by him to the Court of Directors, so long ago as the year 1776, and published in England in 1782. We have reason to believe, also, that Lord Teignmouth, though he approved of the principle of that measure, resisted its immediate execution, and was, in this respect, rather an opponent, than a coadjutor, of Lord Cornwallis.


Bundling, a curious mode of courtship is

New England, 109.
Buonaparté. See Dumourier.
Burnett's view of Nie present state of Po-

land, general character of, 438. De-
fcription of the scenery of Poland, 442.
Villages, towns, &c. ib. Inns, 443.
Provisions and manufactures, 444. E-
normous wealth of some of the great
nobles, 445. Polish hospitality, ib.
Houses, 447. State of the peasantry,
448. Female manners, 451. Parti-
tion of Poland has not diminished the
wealth or population of the country,
453. Probable policy of France to-
wards, ib.

Acre, account of, 331.
Africa, prevailing prejudices against, fet

in a new light, 202.
Aga, 261. :
America. See Janson.
Arragon, population of the provinces of

the kingdom of, in the 16th certury,
compared with what it is at present,

Astronomy, Trdian. See Bentley.
Atoms, gravitation explained by the ope-

ration of, 146. Epicurus's theory of,

Austerlitz, affairs of the allies capable of

retrieval, until the battle of, 372.
Austria, no chance of success against

France on the Continent where the is
not the chief actor, 386.

Bailly, M., charge brought against him
by Mr Bentley, on the subject of In-

dian astronomy, 457.
Beattie, Dr. See Forbes, Sir William.
Beattie, Mr Montagu, account of the

death of, 182.
Begler-begs, the governors of the greater

provinces among the Turks, 261.
Bengal. See Colebrooke.
Bentley on the Indian astronomy, 455.
Knowledge of the astronomy of the
Orientals when first brought to Eu-
rope, 456. What the object of the
present work, ib. Charge brought by
the author against M. Bailly, 457.
Inquiry how far it is well founded,459.
Account of the Indian system of astro-
nomy, 459. Reasons for believing it

of very high antiquity, 463.
Berg, anecdute of the grand duke of, 282.
Bey, 261.
Birob, Deputy, on the Catholic bill, 124.
Boppart, description of, 281.
Boroughs, venal, remarks on, 420. : *
Boscovich, objection sated by, to the doc-

trine of gravific atoms, 148.
Boulogne flotilla carefully maintained in a

serviceable state, 5. Vaft army can be

embarked there in a single day, 6.
Brocquière, Bertrandon de la, travels of,

329. Holy places visited by, in Palef-
tinc, &c. 330.

Cæfalpinus, his arrangement of vegetables,

Cali-Yug, commencement of, a celebrated

epoch among the Indians, 463
Capmany, Qüestiones Criticas, 422. Va-

rious caufts to which the decline of the
supposed wealth and power of Spain,
in former times has been ascribed, ib.
Prefent weakness, &c. of, not a proof
of her decline, but of the increased
power of her neighbours, 424. View
of the state of the commerce and ma-
nufactures of, at different periods, 427.
Of her agriculture and population, 433.

Account of the author, 438.
Carr's Stranger in Ireland, 40. General

character of, 42. Resemblance between
the style of the author and that of the
celebrated George Falkener, 44. Anec-
dotes, 40. Detcription of the quarter-
fellions at Killarney, &c. 49. State of
education in Ireland, 53. Prices of la-
bour, 56. Thrashers, 57. Catholic c-
mancipation, 58. Character of the

Trith, 60.
Carr's Tour in Holland and Germany,

271. Author's way of writing books,
ib. Journey between Delft and the
Hagoc, 275. French not fo odious in
Holland as is generally believed in this
country, 277. Account of the Wood
near the Hague, 278. Dutch theatre,
279. Defcription of the banks of the
Rhine, 281. Anecdote of the grand
duke of Burg, 282. French coascripts,

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