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Abernethy, John, F. R. S., his inquiry into the probability and ra-
tionality of Mr Hunter's theory of life, 384-extracts, 394.
Alison, Archibald, LL. B. &c. Sermons, chiefly on particular sub-
jects, by, 424-their character, ib-extracts from his sermon on
Autumn, 427-on Summer, 430-Fast sermon of 1801, 432-
ditto for 1803, 434-1806, 435-and 1811, 436-ditto from the
Thanksgiving sermon for 1814, 437.

Appert on the preservation of animal and vegetable substances, 104.
-observations on the art of cooking, 105-preservation of ani
mal bodies in a frozen state, 108-proper method of thawing
frozen bodies, 110-mode of preserving fish on the eastern coasts
and rivers in Scotland, ib.-method of preserving hay in some of
the districts in England, 114-observations on Mr Forsyth's pro-
cess for the preservation of potatoes and turnips, 115-remarkable
instance of the preservation of three eggs found enclosed within
the walls of a church in the Milanese, 116-Scheele's method for
the preservation of vinegar, 117-extracts from the work, 119-
remarks on, and character of the work, 123.

Berington, Rev. Joseph, his literary history of the middle ages, 229
-the promotion of literature and human happiness being so inti.
mately connected, shown to be the cause of the deep interest which
mankind have taken in tracing its progress through the different
stages of society, 230-Greek and Roman literature, though car-
ried to perfection in particular departments, proven to lye within
but a limited compass, 231-causes of the decline of Roman li
terature from the time of Augustus, 231-character of the work,

Bouret, M., anecdotes of, by M. Grimm, 317.

British and Foreign School Society, notice respecting, 500.
Buonaparte, character of, 4-grounds of rejoicing for his downfall,
ib.--contrast between and Louis XVIII. 481.

Byron's, Lord, Corsair and Bride of Abydos, 198-Lord Byron's
character as a poet, ib.-remarks on the general history of poetry,
199-character of the Corsair, 206-extracts, 207-character of
the Bride of Abydos, 220-extracts, ib.

Carnot the republican, anecdotes of, 486.

Caylus, Comte de, anecdote of, by M. Grimm, 319.
Constantinople, description of, by Galt, 54

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