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Addison, remark by, 233
Cinque Ports, account of, 15
Good example, remark on, by Boyle, 62 Michael's, St., Orange-plantations of,
Adversity, remarks on, 158, 171 Cities of Old, 54
Good Works, remark on, 138
A Miction, 72
Civilization, its tendency to prolong Grass-tree, (or Black Loy), brief de- Milton's opinion of Books, 14.
Africa, Great Desert of, 39
scription of, 150
Mines of Great Britain, No. 111., 76;
Ahmed, the Cobbler; a Persian story, Clergy, remarks on their beneficial in. Great Numbers; I. Numbers descrip. No. IV., 180; No. V , 223.
tire of Maguitude, 139
Moderation, remarks on, by Bishop
Air Vulcanoes of Turbero, il
Coleridge, address of, to a Godchiled, 79 Grecian Architecture. 147
Albat oss, the Wanderioz, description
extracts from, 138, 171, 191 Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, anec. Moral Discipline, remarks on, 233
Collingwood, Lord, his remarks on dote of, 23
More, Hannah, Letters of, 205
Alexis St. Martin, singular case of, 238 Education, 54
Guy, Thomas, biographical notice of, 42
Kemarks by, 171, 187,
Alligator-Hunt in Ceylon, 192
Common Sense, remarks on, 136 Gymnotus, or Electrical Eel, 108
Amiens, history of its Cathedral, 50 Conisborough Castle, Yorkshire, 45
Mull, Isle of, 83, 250
Amusements of Life, 203
Habit, Power of, 150
Ancient Church in Dover Castle, 132 Contentment, 59
Habits, remarks on their influence, 91 Naturalist's Autumnal Walk, 140
Animals, structure of, 80
Contrition, remark on, by Middleton, Half-way Island, in the Indian Sea, 182 Natural History, remark on the study
Ants, ravages of, in the West Indies, 75
Halifax Gibbet-law, 32
Cornwall, St. Michael's Mount, 52 Hall, Bishop, extracts from, 4, 110, Natural Phenomena, Familiar Mus.
Aphorisms, 24, 31, 53, 62, 77, 80, 112
115, 132, 150, 171, 182, 230
Archery and Arms, 126
Cotton, cultivation of, 63
Happiness, how attained. 159
XII. Water, 103
Architecture, Grecian, 117
its manufacture, 100
how produced, 175
XUT. Water, in its solid state, 143
Arisaig, Isle uf, described, 84-Ferry Crosraquet, Abbot of, remark by, 67 Ilart and Hind, ile, 248
XIV. Water in a fluid state, 236
Croydon Palace, its history, 63
Henry, Prince of Wales, son of James Nature and Art, the works of, com.
Aristotle's opinion of Books, 203 Curfew, Inquiry into its Origin, 7
1., biographical notice of, 93
Armadale, accommodations of the Inn
Herbert, Lines by, on self-examina. Nature, remarks on, by Sir Ilumphry
Daisy, Address to, in India, 95
Armles, ancient British and Saxon, 122 Dary, Sir Humphry, extracts from,
llereford Cathedral, 74
Navigation, Commerce, and Discovery,
of the Middle Ages--Feudal 62, 132, 150
Ileresy, test of in the time of Henry llistory of; Part I, 22; Part II..
Diligence, remark on, by Dr. Johnson, VIII,75
43; Part III., 173
Armour, and ancient military customs,
Hervey, remark by, 239
Noedle making. art of, when intro-
Discontented, a word of advice to Ilighlanders, attachment of, to Charles duced into England, 77
Asbestos, and incombustible Cloth, 23 the, 115
Needle Rocks, the, 172
Asia, Central, Table Land of, 40 Discovery of Mineral Veins, 76 Hindoo Music, specimen of, 228 Nelson, Horatio, Lord, biographical
Ass, the Wild, account of, 183 Dog, remarkable instance of sagacity | Hofwyl, account of M. Pellenberg's notice of, 157
Schools at, 234
North Cape, account of, 47
Bacon, remarks by, 44, 197, 208 Dover Castle, ancient Church in, 132 Hogarth, anecdote of, by Bishop Sand. Notes from a Traveller's Scrap-book, 29
Barrow, on the contemplation of the Dunstan, St., Church of, in Fleet- ford, 71
Nothing, Sonnet on, by Porson, 62
works of Nature, 4
street, its history, 98
Honcy-Guide, description of, 112
Bat, the Wing of, 53
Dwight, extract from, 94
Ilood, Sir Samuel, anecdote of, 223 Oaks, remarks on planting of, by Lord
Bee, Common, account of, 91
llorne, Bishop, extracts from, 58, 230 Collingwood, 14
Benares, description of, 194
Early Inhabitants of Britain, remarks Human animal, remark ou, by Paley. Observation, remark on by Bacon, 197
Ben Jonson, remark by, 62
on, by Hollingshed, 64
Ocean, lines on, 67
Bernard, St., remark by, 200
Earth, changes of temperature in, 108
heart, its weakness, 67
Ore, mode of working, in Mines, 223
Beveridge, Bishop, quotation from, 58 East India Stations-No, V., Benares,
life, its uncertainty, 99 ! Orleans, the Cathedral of, 138
Beza, aphorism by, 115
| Our Country and our llome, lines on,
Bible, the, a celestial messenger, 94 Education, religious, its value, 44 Ice, its beneficial effects, 149
Black-Gang Chine, 109
Egg, Rum, Muck and Canna, Scottish Immortality, remark on, by Sir Hum.
Blood, use of, in regulating the animal Isles, notice of, 88
phry Davy, 62
Paley, extracts from, 58, 90
Egotism, remark on, 53
India, Tiinerant Musicians of, 296 Palm-tree, Wild, 146
Borrodalo, the Pretender's Asylum at, Emigration from the Highlands, 250 Indolence, its miseries, 44
Papyrus Plant, 138
England, Reflections of an American Iona, insular Churches of, 82
Passions, unrestrained, their evil ef.
Bowles, Rev. W. L., Lines by, on Chil. Traveller on a Voyage to, 6
Iron Mask, the Man in, 105
dren gathering flowers in the Ca- Ere's Apple-tree, 90
Isfahan, some account of the City of, Peasants, Himalayan, singular use of
thedral Churchyard, 27
Example and Imitation, 54
169—its Early History, 162—its water by, 14
tho Poor Example and Precept, remark on, 4
Situation and Extent, 163—-its In. Persia, barbarous modes of Punish-
Blind Man of Salisbury Cathe- Experimental Science, Familiar Illus. habitants and their Religion, 165- ment in, 112
its Commerce and Manufactures, Persian Story, 134
- Epitaph by, 230 II. Indestructibility of Matter, 13
Personal Property, forms to be obserred
Boyle, Extracts from, 62, 80, 94, 99, III. Divisibility of Matter, 55 Italy, Volcanic Regions of, 3
in making Wills of, 18.78, 110, 221
IV. Heat, Temperature, Radiation, | Itinerant Musiciaus of India, 926 Petersburgh, Śt., some account of the
British Army, some account of its rise Conduction, 95
City of, 210-its streets and palaces,
and progress, 121
V. Heat, &c. continued. 118
Jebb, Bishop, extract from, 247
212-its houses, and mode of warm-
British Museum, its founder, 12
VI. Heat, Expansion, 245
Jesse, extracts from, 148, 159, 171, 176 ing them, 218-public buildings,
British Officer, adventures of a,
Johnson, Dr., Last Days and Thoughts 213-state of religion in, 214-
the Peninsular war, 190
Fable of the Tortoise, Frog, and
principal churches of, 215-com-
Browne, Sir T., remark by, 71
Selections from, 13, 71,
merce of, 216
Buller, Judge, anecdote of, 99
the North Wind, the Sun, 112, 150, 182, 187, 197, 208
Philosopher, Religious, an exalted cha-
Burke, remarks by, 90, 115
and the Traveller, 143
Jones of Nayland, remarks by, 11, |
the Caterpillar, Chrysalis, 182, 230
Philosophy, modern literary, remark
Caernarvon Castle, North Wales, 64 and Butterfly, 179
Jonson, Ben, extracts from, 51, 62, 72
Canary Bird, account of the, 218
the Swan and Donkey, 196 Juvenile Humanity, pleasing instanco
Plaius and Deserts of the Globe, some
Canary, or Fortunate, Islands, 130 Fairy Rings, 200
account of, 33
Caraccas, New Protestant Chapel and Falls of Niagara, destruction of au
Plantain, Ribwort, its uses, 56
Burial-ground at, 151
Indian and his canoe at the, all Ken, Rishop, Epitaph for, 230
Pleasure and Pain, 147
Caribito, or Blood-fish, description of, Fidelity, remarkable instance of, in a King, Mrs. remark by, 94
Pool, Cardinal, anecdote of, 8
Negro servant, 158
Klopstock, remark by, 63
Popular Superstitions, notice of, 28, 69
Caterpillar, Chrysalis, and Butterfly; Fire, Water, and Fame, an apologue, Knowledge productivo of Happiness, Prayer, the gift and grace of, 111
a Fable ; 179
Precept and Example, 110
Caterpillars, curious tribe of, 243 Firmness, its efficacy in overcoming
Prepossessions, remark on, 224
Cathedrals described : --Rheims, 2- difficulties, 235
La Harpe, remark by, 44
Presence of mind in a Highlander, 58
Chichester, 26-Amiens, 50-Here. First Impressions, 54
Last Days and Thoughts of Dr. John. | Pride, remark on, by Dr. Johuson, 208
ford, 74-Llandaff, 114-Orleans, Flesh-fly, its utility, 99
Progress of Vegetation, reflections on,
133–Salisbury, 154-Strasburgh, Flowers, scent of, Reflections on the, Lion, extraordinary story of, 206
Hupt in South America, 146 Prosperity and Adrersity - Souiley,
Lathedral Churchyard, lines written in, Forbidden Fruit, or Eve's Apple-tree Lisbon, Square of the Little Pillar at, 136
of Ceylon, 90
Ceylon, Christianity in, 220
Fort William, account of, 253
Llandaff Cathedral, 114
Proridence, beneficence of, 140-beau-
Chalmers, extracts from, 147, 150, 200, · Fountain-tree of Ferro, 131
Lobster, remarks on the periodical tiful illustration of, 148
Fretfulness, remark on, by Sir Henry casting of its shell, 229
Providence, remark on, by Hall, 14
Chapone. Mrs., her reason for early at. ! Sidney, 77
Loch Leven, beautiful scenery of, 253 Pyrenees, Battles of, 141
tondance at Church. 80
Future state, remarks on preparation Loch Sunart, 251
Pythagoras, Lord Chatham's approval
Cheerfulness of Heart, 147
Louvain, the town of, described, 18
of his injunction, 60
Cheerfulness, remark on, by Miss Tal.
Luminous Appearance of the Sea, 204
Gardiner, Colonel, anecdote of, 23
Quarles, extracts from, 181, 182
Chichester Cathedral, description of, 26 Gibbet-law of Halifax, 32
Madagascar, island of, its history, 20
Children, their instruction in religion Glenco, Massacre in the Vale of, 222 Man in the Iron Mask, 103
Raven Oak, the, 232
the first duty of a parent, 23
Globe Volvox, 243
Mant, Bishop, extracts from, 44,113, 132 Reason, aphorism on, 56
Chinese Sage, aphorism of, 51
Glooiny presages, method of fortifying Mathematics, on the study of, 196 Reculver, account of, 24
Cholula (in Díexico), its Pyramid, 175 the soul against, 235
Matter, its Indestructibility, 13-diri. Redbreast, nestling of, 103
Christian Charity, remark on, by Burke, Glory and excellence only acquired by sibility of, 55