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Oil, mountain, near Baku, 275:
Ornithology, Wilson's American, review-
ed, 48. Blue jay, 50. Baltimore bird,
51. Wood thrush, ib. Robin, 52.
Woodpecker, 52. Blue bird, 110. Or-
chard oriole, 111. The great American
shrike, or butcher bird, 111. The wren,
112. Woodpeckers, 114.
Osborn's method of proving swords,
Otaheite, letters from the king of, 417.
Owenson, Miss, her Woman, or Ida of
Athens reviewed, 394. Rapidity of her
Ode of Jami, in the Persian form and
Peters Richard, his outlines of a plan
for establishing the Philadelphia Agri-
cultural Society, 259.
Pigeons, remarkable instinct of, 278.
Picture of the coronation of Napoleon,
by David, 418.
Pitt, William opposes the slave trade,
Platina, its superiority for making the
pendulum spring of watches, 355.
Poetry, 70, 136, 209, 285, 354, 429.
Poland, travels through by a Livonian, re-
viewed, 361. Account of a noble fa-
mily of Warsaw, 361. Account of Dres-
den, 363. Description of the salt mines
of Saltzburgh, 363.
Pomare, king of Otaheite, letters from,
Pombal, Marquis de, Memoirs of, 201.
His studies, ib. Sent on a secret
mission to Vienna, ib. Appointed se-
cretary of foreign affairs, ib. His pow-
er and influence, ib. His avarice and
wealth, 203. His disgrace and retire-
ment, 205. Death and character, ib.
Pollock's patent stove, description of,
Pollen, Colonel death of, 138.
Porson, Memoirs of, 264. Progress in
learning, 265. Elected Greek profes-
sor at Cambridge, 266. Marriage, ib.
Uncommon memory, 268. Method of
acquiring it, 269, Anecdote of, 353.
Pretender the, anecdote of, 132.
Pully M. discovered a new mephitick
grotto near Naples, 284.
Rifle-shooting by the Swiss, 273.
Rifle-corps of France, account of the, 278.
Ryeland Sheep crossed with the Merino,
Sabbath, not a day of rest to the Author
of nature, or a curious experiment by
Le Sage, 242.
Salt mines of Saltzburgh, described, 363.
School for Authors, a new drama, 422.
Scripture, investigation of certain pas-
sages of, 198, 279.
Sellacia, battle of, 176.
Semple, major, the noted swindler, re-
lieved by lord Nelson, 405.
Shakspeare, Douce's illustrations of, 105.
Sheep, diseases of, 159. Instinct of, 195.
Sheep Merino, an essay on the nature of,
produce, &c. reviewed, 387. Quantity
of Spanish wool imported into England,
ib. Description of the Merino sheep,
388. Spanish mode of treating the
flocks, 389. Different kinds of wool,
390. Origin of the breed, 391. Breed
improved in France, 392. Mixture of
the Merino with the English Ryeland,
Stove, Pollock's patent, description of,
Strafford, lord, character of, 307.
Strutt, Joseph, his Queen-Hoo Hall and
Ancient Times, 185.
Sulphur, its use as a vermifuge, 355.
Suworoff, first enrolled in the Russian
army as a fusileer, 60. Simplicity of
his life, 61. Encomium on him by Co-
bourg, 62. Campaign in Italy, 63. In
Switzerland, 66. Ordered to St. Peters-
burgh, 67. His death, 68.
Swallow, a poem by Charlotte Smith, 137.
Observations on the Brumal retreat of,
Swiss Military System, 273.
Swords, British improvement in the ma-
nufacture of, 271. Method of proving,
Tamahama, king of Whahoo, character
Tea tree in blossom, 350.
Teleology, or doctrine of final causes, 251.
Thames Police, originated by Harriott, 9.
Thompson, Miss Horatia Nelson, 402.
Thornton, colonel, review of his Sporting
Tour, general character of, 100. Ac-
count of fishing, 102.
Tippoo Saib, his palace, 83. His military
Natives of, ib. Otaheite, 335. Ulitea,
and his dangers there, ib. Sandwich
islands, 338. Return to Otaheite, 339.
Their manners and customs, ib. Re-
turn to Port Jackson, 340. And to
England, 341. Character of the work,
Typographical Errours, 349.
Venoni, a new drama by Lewis, 419.
Vic, Dominique de, anecdote of, 132.
Vienna, Sketches of, 119. Population,
120. Climate, ib. Water, ib. Costume,
121. Institution of the deaf and dumb,
122. Oriental academy, ib. Edict for
burying without coffins, 123.
Wade, Marshal, anecdote of, 134.
Warburton, misrepresentation of, 179.
Warsaw, a noble family of, 361.
Wheat, experiments as to the diseases of,
extraordinary produce of, 432.
Whistle for it, a comick opera, 185.
White, Henry Kirke, poetry by, 285.
Wilberforce opposes the slave trade, 320.
Wilkinson's account of the city of Baku
and Place of Fire, 275.
Wilson's American Ornithology, 48, 110.
Woman, or Ida of Athens, reviewed, 394.
Wool, Spanish, quantity of, imported into
Turnbull's Voyage round the World, re-
viewed, 32. Purpose of it, 333.
Leaves England, ib. Touches at Ma-
deira, ib. St. Salvadore, ib. Cape of
Good Hope, 334. Port Jackson, ib. Young, Dr. Edward, anecdote of, 133.
A TOPOGRAPHICAL, STATISTICAL, AND DESCRIPTIVE
Survey of the Earth.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,
A HISTORY OF THE EARTH
AS A PLANETARY BODY,
IN TWO VOLUMES:
THE FIRST CONTAINING THE GEOGRAPHY OF AMERICA,
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