תמונות בעמוד
PDF
ePub

INDEX

212

tions on,

280

48

146

58

AJAM, ROBERT, address to his Bread fruit tree, found in India,
memory,

313

187-125,-how to propagate it, 190
Africa, discoveries in,

10 Britain, political progress of, re-
Agriculture, intelligance respec-

view of,
pecting, 69-experiments in, . 148 Cagvi, account of,

265
Agriculture and manufactu res Cases of English pronouns observa-
in India, compared,
.71

126
Ambition, on,

301 Caterpillar, a singular phenome-
Amicus on popularity,

non respecting,

287
Anderson, Dr, of Madras, his cor- Charade, by C, J. Fox,

334
respondence concerning white

Chinese language, hints respec-
lac, &c.

36-70-187-295 tingo
Anecdotes, 184-of Artedi the

Cloth, unwoveb,
Swedish naturalist, 109—of

Colchis, sheep of, notice. concer-
the baron Hægi,

331
ning,

бу
Animals that derive nourishment Columb, Inch, account of, 137
from mineral substances, ex-

Common Sense, on shouting pi-
amples of,

166 geons,
Animal nutrition, disquisitions

Common place book, new plan
on,
161 of, proposed,

JOO
Appenzel, its remarkable popula- Correspondents, notices to, 40-80
tion,

29

152-192-264-303-336
Arcadia, society of at Rome, .ac- Court, a picture of,

300
count of,

81-228

Crinan canal, observations on, 141
Architecture, on taste in,

53

Deliverance, providencial, 297
Arteji, the Sweedith naturalist a-

Detaci *d remarks,
necdotes of,

109

Discoveries in Afiica, by major
Arts, intelligence respecting, 69

Houghton,
Ath trees, remarkable ones,

Discoveries in the northern Archi-

332
Arses, a remarkably small spe-

pelago, notices concerning, 214. -
cies of,

328 Discovery of a new kind of ma-
Bambouc, a district in Africa,

nure,

330
account of its inhabitants, 17

Earth worms, observations on
Bear, polar, account of,

their food,
305

166
Bres, observations on,

IOI

Eels, migration of,
Billing's discoveries in the nor-

Enquiry into the effects produced
thern archipelago,

224

by she sait laws on the revenue
Blancard Mr, his experiments on

of Scotland,

26.
preserving. silk
worms by

Efsay on taste in architecture, 533
means of lime,

on the influence of tas:e on due
Blind hives a fith, preserved a-

mestic and social life, 113-156.
live without water,

on dit:o, on the happiness

94
Blind, indigent, a plan for their

and glory of nations 225-on
relief,

dit ooi exalting the pleasures:

75
Zotrys yields nitre,

68

of rural life, 308-01 English

61-257

[ocr errors]

1794

260

328 :

146

149

1

grammar, 120-193-240-266- Isabeila, ker letters to Albert, 13T*
on water considered as a mo- 274
ving power for machinery, 204;: Juvenis on the caterpillar, 287

250-314--on popularity, 280 Kites, superstitious veneration
Feace, a new one described,

for in Sardinia,
Fertility of a country, how it may Lambert, extracts from his Sea-
be improved,
32 sons,

313
Fillo Lipareo, his account of the Leaves of trees food for sheep, 150
Roman Arcadia,

228 Letters from Isabella to Albert
Fishes kept alive without water, 94 131-274-—from colorel Skene
Fishes, hints on the generation of

to the earl of Tweeddale

210
certain kinds of,

89 Lettuce found to sustain silk
Fletcher Andrew, lord Milton,

worms

170
memoirs of,

Life of lord Milton,
Fox, account of the,

153 Lime, its use in the management
Fox, C. J. charade by,

334
of silk worms,

379
Fruit trees, query respecting, 334 Locusts destroyed by rooks, 328
Generation of certain fishes, hints: Love and joy, a tale,

144
respecting,

89 Machinery, new invented im-
Generation of the viper, hints provements in,
on,

320 Machinery, effects of water on
Grammatical disquisitions, 120- driving,

204-250
193-240-266

Manures, discovery of a new kind, 335
Gypsum, as a manure; experi- Medina, a city in Africa, notices
ments on,

respecting

16
Hægi, baron of, anecdate of, 331 Memoirs of lord Milton,
Hedge, a new kind described.

290

Мері

phitic gas prejudicial to silk
Herrings and other fishes sus-

worms,

176
tained by mineral substances, 169 Mica, a hint by,

153
Highlands. of Scotland, revenue Migration of eels,
there lefs than the expence of

Milion lord, memoirs of,
collecting it, 26-remarkable Mineral substances affording food
advantages there for manufac- for animals, examples of,

166
tures and population,

34 Mira, moral reflections by, 22-61-
Holly tree, remarkable one,

333 -325
Houghton major, his discoveries Miscellaneous observations,

97
in Africa,

10 | Misobrontes?s reply to Thunder-
Houssa, a remarkable city in Afri. proof,

284
ca, discovery of,

Moral reflections by Mira, 22-61*
1.nprovements now going on in

325
India,

35-70-187-295

Natural history of the tiger, 41-
lach Columb, account ot,

137

of the fox, 153~ f the ouisti-
India, inprovements go'ng on in, ti, 265--of the white bear,

305.
35--0-397-295--hes ains. Niger, river, discovered to how
Tated in a remarkable manner, go

eastward,

19
Injia magnanimity,

299

Nitre, thoughts on the production
Indigent blind, a plan for their of, 67--plants that are peculi.
relief,

arly calculated to produce it, 68
Inio. ts and reptiles, obervations

Nutrition of animals, disquisie
on,
291

161
In -iligince respecting arts and Oats, comparative trial of the dife
agriculture,

69
ferent kinds of

148
Iron manufacturis, improvement in, 63 Obscrvations on the viper,

5

10

I

12

75

tions on,

328

33.5

210

Observations, miscellaneous; 97, Sardinia particulars respecting,
Other and others, grammatically Self and selves, grammatically
classed,
266 classed,

267
Ouistiti, account of,

265 Sheep, remedy for the rot in,
Own, grammatically classed, 267 Silk worms, how to guard them
Pangolin, anatomical account of, 162 from the effects of dampness in

-lives on mineral substances, ib. India, 73_observations on by
Pennant's zoology, extract from

miss Henrietta Rhodes, 170
respecting the viper,

320 black silk worm, 173_foul air
Pfifter, general, his plan of Swit. destructive to them, 176— how
zerland,

302 to prevent its pernicious effects
Phenomenon, singular, respecting 177- an easy method of clean-
the generation of the viper, 5 ing them,

177
Pholades ea's stones,

166 Skene colonel, his letter to the
Pigeons, on shooting of,

58

earl of Tweeddale,
Political progress of Britain, review Snails phenomenon respecting, 291
of,

212 Society of Arcadia at Rome, ac-
Popularity, essay on,

280
count of,

81
Population in a barren country, Spain, its' remarkable tèrtility
how to increase,

29
in former cimes,

28
Pronouns personal, observations on 120 Spallanzani, his experiments on
Peculiarities affecting the pro- fowls, observations on, 164

nouns of the first and second per- Spinning machine, improvement
SOOS GENDIR 123.- Num-

in,

147
BER 125-_Cases 126-ano- Switzerland, a plán of, in relief,
ther unobserved variation of, account of,

302
177~ affecting the pro- a Tale, Love and Joy,

144
noun of the third person only,. Tallow and lacquer trees intro-
-GUNDER, singular number duced into India,
194--plural 197

Taste in architecture, essay on, 53
served case 199-derivatives Taste, on the influence of on doo
from personal pronouns 240.-

mestic and social life, 113-156
table of ditto 244-another -on the happiness and glory
dicto 249-other, and others of nations, 225-on exalting
their place in grammar assigned, the pleasures of rural life,
296self and selves, 267 Thunderproof's essays, remarks
Own 272-ibis, that, these, those, 272 on,

284.
Query respecting fruit trees, 334 Thunderproof's reply to Misobron-
Reflections moral by Mira, 22-61-325 tes,

103
Reptiles and insec:s, observations Tiger, account of, 41-instance
on,
221 of one being tamed,

45
Remarks, detached, 61.257 Timothy Thunderproof's reply to
Revenue laws, destructive conse-

Misobrontes,

103
quences-of, on the population Toads found in stones,

166
of the Highlands,

30 Tombuctoo, a city in Africa, dis-
Review, --political progress of

14
Britain,

217 Tourner abbe, his account of the
Rhodes, miss Henrietta, on silk Roman Arcadia,

81.228
170 Trees, remarkable,

332
Rolli, Paolo, curious anecdote of, 84 Viper, hints on the generation of, 5-320
Roman Arcadia, account of, 228 Water, on the effects of, on dri-
Rot in deep, remedy fur,

ving machinery, 204-250-314
Salt laws their effects on the rc- Water alone sustains human life, 167
venue in Scorland,

261 Watt's estimate of abc expence of

36

Lan unob-

308..

covery of,

worms

336

Life, a song,

22

185

the Crinan canal, abstract from, 144 King's birth day at' Avon print-
Weaving machine,
147 field,

105
Westiti, account of,
265 Laplander, by Mrs C. Smith,

259
White's natural history of Selbor-

292
ne, extract from,
320 Love and reputation,

2II
Yackstrotte, on bees,

101 Luxury, against foreign, by W.
Yew tree i remarkable ore,
333 Brown,

186
Masca on charity,

139
POETRY.

Mira, moral reflections by,
Ab-y, lady, epitaph on, 66 Mourning mother,

65
Ancient poetry gleanings of, 140-186 Nonsensical club, verses to,
Avon printfield, king's birth day at 105 Ode of Hafez, translated from the
Brown, W. against foreign luxu- Persian,

258
ry,
186 Pompey's ghost,

25
Verses on Charity

Rentonhall, ghost of

329
Epigrams
269-294

24
Epigram French,
66 Secret blabbed,

294
Epitaph on lady Abs-y, 66 to Sleep by W. Drummond of
Fragment
108 Hawthornden,

140
Ghost of Rentonhall,

Smith Mrs C. the Laplander by 259

329
Gleanings of ancient poetry, 140-186 Song,
Hafez's ode translated from the Sonnet,

185-
Persian,

258 Tak tent and be wary
Jones, Sir W. his translation of Tinder and fire,
Hafez's ode

258

139

Scots song,

ib.

24
139

ERRATA.
P. 116 1. penult, notes for evils read cavils; p. 140 . 5. for bir'd read

lur'd; p. 141 l. 14: for eigbt read rigbty ; p. 148 1. 5. for I
in a few copies, read In an early number; same page 1. 9. from the baie
tom, in a few copies, for near read nearly ; p. 260 1. 14. for attention
read attritiou ; p. 1851. 7. for Zealous read jealous.

IND OF VOLUME ELEVENTH.

[ocr errors][ocr errors]
« הקודםהמשך »