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Corsair, the, and Bride of Abydos, reviewed, 198. (See Byron.)
Cortes of Spain, Marina's history of the, 347.

Davy, Sir Humphry, his experiments and observations on a new
substance, which becomes a violet-coloured gas by heat, 486.

Europe, state and prospects of, examined, 2.

Farquhar, Governor, his letter to the Editor respecting the slaves in
Mauritius, 247.

Fontaine, anecdotes of, by M. Grimm, 318.

Fontenelle, anecdotes of, by M. Grimm, 305.

Forsyth, Mr, observations on his process for the preservation of po-
tatoes and turnips, 115

Francis, Sir Philip, his Letter to Earl Grey, 79-the stipulation by
which Norway is to be united to Sweden, examined, 80-extracts
from Grotius, on the right of blockade, 90 Do. from Vattel, 93
-Lord Grenville's sentiments on the Norwegian question, 99.

Galt, John, voyages and travels by, in the years 1809, 1810 and
1811, containing statistical, commercial, and miscellaneous obser-
vations on Gibraltar, Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, Serigo and Turkey,
40-character of the work, ib.-the author's remarks on Gibral-
tar, 41-on Sardinia, 42-on Sicily, 43-extracts, 43, 44, 47,
50, 52-remarks on Malta, 51-on Serigo, ib.-description of
Constantinople, 54-account of the Idriots, 60.

Gibraltar, remarks on, by John Galt, 41.

Grenville, Lord, his sentiments on the Norwegian question, 99.
Grey, Earl, letter to, by Sir Philip Francis, 79.

Grimm, Baron de, Correspondance de, 292-character of the work,
293-extracts, 295, 298-anecdotes of Rousseau, ib. of Fonte-
nelle, 305-character of Louis XIV. 307 remarks on Madame
de Staël's works, 308-character of Marechal Saxe, 309-re-
marks on the character of women, 312-on the evils of luxury,
314-anecdotes of M. Bouret, 317 of Restaut, 318-of La
Fontaine, ib.-of Voltaire, ib.-of Comte de Caylus, 319.
Grotius, extracts from the works of, respecting the right of block-
ade, 90..

Hamilton, Lady, Lord Nelson's letters to, 398.
Howel's state trials, notice respecting, 246.

Hunter, Mr-Abernethy's inquiry into the probability and rationali-
ty of his theory of life, 384.

Idriots, Galt's account of the, 60.

Laplace, M. le Comte, Essai Philosophique sur les Probabilités, ex-
amined, 320.

VOL. XXIII, No. 46.

Lisiansky, Captain Urey, his voyage round the world, in the years
1803, 4, 5 and 6, 340-object of his expedition, 341-descrip
tion of the Marquesas Islands, 342-of the Sandwich do. 344-
of the Russian settlements of Sitca and Cadiack, 345.
Louis XIV., M. Grimm's character of, 307.

Malayan language, Marsden's dictionary and grammar of the, 151.
Malta, Galt's remarks on, 51.

Marina, Don Francisco Martinez, his history of the Cortes of Spain,

Marquesas Islands, description of the, 312.

Marsden, William, Esq. F. R. S., a dictionary of the Malayan lan
guage by, 151.

Marsden, William, Esq. F. R. S., a grammar of the Malayan lan-
guage by, 151-our imperfect acquaintance with the continent of
India chiefly attributable to the ignorance of the Dutch colonists,
ib.-character of the work, 152-extracts from Mr Marsden's
observations on the Malayan language, 154-origin of the M3-
lays, 156-specimen of the Orang laut language, 162-do. of
the Samang, 163-description of the Peninsula of Malacca, 16

remarks on Mr Marsden's history of the improvement of, 166,
and Dr Leyden's opinion of the origin of the Malayan language,
169-state of society among the Javanese, 173-specimens of the
Javanese language, 174-influence of Javanese manners and cus-
toms upon the Malays, 177-antient religion of the Javanese, 179.

Nelson, Lord, his Letters to Lady Hamilton; with a Supplement of
interesting Letters, by distinguished Characters, 398-the publi
cation of which, severely reprehensible, ib.-object of the Editor's
remarks upon these Letters, 399-Extracts, 402.

Northcote, James, his Life of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 263.
Norway, the stipulation by which it is to be united to Sweden, ex-
amined, 80.

Ouverture, Toussaint, L', History of, 131-remarks on the revival
of the Slave Trade in the French colonies, 132-state of the
Slave Trade in Saint Domingo at the Revolution, 134-ditto in
the Dutch colonies in 1768, 135-treaty with France and Hol-
land, examined, ib.-character of the work, 150.

Paris, a Tour by the Rev. William Shepherd to, 468. (see Shep-
. herd).

Pinkerton's Petralogy, 63-character of the work, 64-mineralogy
considered by Mr Pinkerton as a kingdom, 66-his conclusions
absurd, ib.-the divisions of his system deficient in order, 67-
the error pointed out, 76-extracts, 67, 70-general remarks, 78.

Queen Consort of England, inquiry into the constitutional character
of the, 4-1.

Reflections on the present state of affairs on the Continent, 493——
reflections on the restoration of Poland, 493.

Restaut, anecdotes of, by M. Grimm, 318.
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, Northcote's Life of, 263.
Rousseau, anecdotes of, by M. Grimm, 298.

Sandwich Islands, description of the, 344.
Sardinia, Galt's remarks on, 42.

Saxe, Marechal, M. Grimm's character of, 309.
Scheele, his method for the preservation of vinegar, 117.
Serigo, Galt's remarks on, 51.

Shepherd, Rev. William, his tour to Paris in 1802 and 1814, 468
-character of the work, 469—the author's object in first visiting
Paris, ib.-description of the Galleries, 471-of high mass in the
church of Notre-Dame, 472-disrepute into which republicanism
had fallen in 1802, 473-remarks on the Musée Nationale des Mo-
numens Française, 474-description of a sitting of the National
Institute, 475-of the English Garden at the Petit Trianon, 476
-object of the author's second visit to Paris, ib.- observations
on the disposition of the people in France towards their new go-
vernment, and their feelings with respect to Bonaparte, ib.-on
the conduce proper to be pursued by the Bourbon Princes in or-
der to support their character with the French nation, 480-cha-
racter of Louis XVIII. contrasted with that of Bonaparte, 481-
Mr Burke's sketch of the character of a prince proper for the go-
vernment of France, ib.-description of the Chamber of Depu-
ties, 484 anecdote of the republican Carnot, 486—extracts, 471,
478, 484.

Sicily, Galt's remarks on, 43.

Sitca and Cadiack, description of the Russian settlements of, 345.
Slave Trade, remarks on our treaty with France, permitting the re-
vival of that trade in their colonies, 132—state of the slave trade
in the Island of St Domingo, 134-estimate of the amount of
the slave traffic cut off by Mr Fox's Order in Council in 1806,
ib.-and the amount of that trade revived by our present treaty
with France, 135-annual importation of slaves to Guadaloupe,
142-the mischief likely to result by giving up the French forts
and factories on the coast of Africa, ib.-Governor Farquhar's
letter respecting the slaves in Mauritius, 247.

Sotheby, W. Esq., a song of triumph by, 1-state and prospects of
Europe examined, 2-character of Bonaparte, 4-three grounds
of rejoicing stated for his downfal, ib.-1st, the utter impractica-
bility of any scheme of universal dominion, established, ib.--24,
the impressive lesson read to Ambition, of the inevitable tendency
of that passion to bring to ruin the power and the greatness which
it seeks to increase, 5-3d, the derision so opportunely thrown on
the character of conquerors in general, 6-the restoration of the

Bourbons to the throne of France, as the best possible issue of the
long struggle that has preceded, examined, 12.

Thurlow, Lord, his poems, 411-general remarks on his Lordship's
poetry, ib.-extracts, 412.

Tuke, Samuel, his account of the Retreat, an institution for insane
persons near York, 189-character of the work, 190-method of
treatment, ib.-extracts from particular cases of patients, 192—
classification of ditto, 193-employment, 194-good effects of
the warm bath in some cases, 196-table of cases from the com-
mencement of the institution in 1796 to the end of 1811, 196-
curious case of a young woman, 197-the example of patience
and kindness shown by Quakers to their insane, recommended to
other institutions, 198.

Vattel, extracts from, on the right of blockade, 93.
Voltaire, anecdotes of, by M. Grimm, 318.


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