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THIRTEENTH VOLUME OF THE MONTHLY REVIEW.
NEW AND IMPROVED SERIES.
Authors, calamities of, 237—an unfortunate
Autobiography, reflections on, 243
BARER, (Rev. S. R.) his German Pulpit,
Barry, the Painter, account of his career,
527—description of one, 5, 10, 48—of
Field, poetical description of one,
Baynard, the scourge of Quacks, 357
Beams, strength of, 151
ings against Buonaparte, in 1813, 503 Bees, their economy, 370
fouuders of the independence of, 279— Bengalee, The, 322
Bernadotte, conduct of, in the campaigns
of 1813, 506
social ants, the phenomena of their his- Town of, by G. Poulson, 299
Book Manufactory, the, of Burlington-
Book-keeping, Guide to, by Morrison, 150
408—his love of popularity, 409
Brown, (Sir Thomas) character of his work
on Vulgar Errors, 138
Brickwood, his plan for redeeming the Four
per Cents. 604
Eruce, (Robert,) account of, 12—14
his description of the battle of
ianity on, 201—(see Fine Arts, Painters) against him, 502—savage warfare of his
troops in the Peninsula, 537
Burke, E., on painting, 444
Butterfly, transformation of, 371
T. Moore, 217
CALAMY, (Edmund) Life and Times of,
Cambridge, mode of studying divinity'at, 140 Connoisseur, the periodical, 350
gal, 186—policy of, to Portugal, 611 Coronation, description of a Scottish one, 7
Correspondence and Diary of Philip Dod-
Cosmoraina, curious visual deception con-
Cottage Poetry, 152
Courtship, Dr. Doddridge's curious, 80%
Cow-pock a complete safeguard against
Crimes, how punished, in Africa, 291
Crusades, Wilkens' History of the, 65
Cuba, our policy towards, 610
time of, 242-oppressions of the Dis- Cunningham, (A.) his Lives of Eminent
British Painters, 432
Cyclopædia, The Cabinet, I., 2
in, enumerated by Sir H. Davy, 407 D'Alton's Essay in Ireland, 609
Dancing, description of, in Africa, 294-
Davy, (Sir H.) his Consolations in Travel,
the condition of women, 105—its prin- Death's-head, (the moth) anecdote of, 382
Digestion, process of, 361
cussion in 1830, 455
Divine Judgments, observations on, 141
formed, 116– hints as to the government in, 44-anecdote of, 47
Divinity, mode of studying it in Germany,
Dixon, (Miss J.) her poetry, 300
Doddridge, (Doctor Philip) lis Corres-
pondence and Diary, 73
Don Quixote, remarkable proof of partiality
Dramatist, a strange ode, 237—rules je-
Dream, a remarkable one, mentioned by
considerations respecting British, 553 specting King William, 246—a remark-
able one, of Sir H. Davy, 396—singular Flowers, knowledge which bees have of
their structure, 380
107–110-of ants, (see Ants)
Foote, anecdote of, 352
Forby, (the Rev. Mr.) his Vocabulary of
France, education in, 154-judgments of
God upon, 143—145—history of, by W.
C. Taylor, 469-narrative of the war in,
in 1813-14, 500
Franklin, (B.) his share in drawing up the
Declaration of Independence, 280—his
brevity of Speech in the Senate, 283
Frogs, song of triumph for, by a Hungarian
Fuchs, (Counsellor) his Anecdotes of Su.
Funeral at Sea, described, 335-account
of one on the island of Sumatra, 482
Fuseli, the painter, brief account of, 454
GAINSBOROUG, anecdote of, 448
Galileo, description of, 343
Galt, his Laurie Todd, 466
Garrick, anecdote of, 449
Genlis, (Madame de) account of, 124
Geological Philosopher, anecdote of one,
Geometry, use of, in sculpture, 195
George the Fourth, character of, when
Prince of Wales, 284
Germany, Narrative of the War in, in
1813-14, 500-translation of select Ser.
mons of the most eminent modern di-
vines of, 139
Gin Lane, Hogarth's picture of, 437
Girdlestone, (Lord) anecdote of, 366
Glasgow, early iinprovements in, 59
Glass, tax on, 547
Gleig, (Rev. G.) bis Lise of Sir T. Munro,
Goderich, (Vis.) praise of his financial
Goldsmid, (F. H.) his remarks on the Civil
Disabilities of British Jews, 298
Godwin, bis Tale of Cloudesley, 596
Gouger, (R.) bis Letter from Sydney,
its power, ib.
habits of ants, 387
of ants, 387
Greece, sculptures of, 199---power of the
sculptors of, in delineating animals, 201
Gregoire, (M.) his sectarianism, 102
India, description of a life spent in, 421-
neous notions respecting the English in,
of British emigrants in, ib.-chapter on
humbug in, 324—the career which awaits
the civil, military, or commercial adven-
Indigestion, mercantile, prescription for the
criticism by, 327-picture of him in his Infant, best age of, for vaccinating, 532
Ingestrie, (Lord) his protection of a quack
Immigration into New South Wales, ought
Industry, effects of taxes on, 545
Iusects, natural history of, 370—(see Bees
Bishop of London on, 254-poetical,
Instinct of insects, (see Bees and Ants)-
Intellect, history of, 406
view, 145—of France and Normandy, by Ireland, proposed application of the poor
laws to, 309-rebellion of 1798 in, story
pations in the interior of, 378–382 Islamites, character of those in Africa, 290
Java, administration of, by Sir S. Raffles,
Jefferson, (Thomas) Life of, 279
Jenner, (Dr.) anecdote of, 369-50t the
first who vaccinated in this country, 531
Jews, British, civil disabilities of, 298–
state of the population of, in London and
in Great Britain and Ireland, 299—the
history of, in the Family Library, 252–
result of the labours of the Society for
Converting, 118—speculations concern-
ing, 121-and prophecies, 122
Judgments of God, a German clergyman
upon the, 141
Julian, attempt by the Jews to rebuild the
Temple of Jerusalem under, 257
Justice, Criminal, in Africa, 291
Kafferland, account of the natives of, 210
-and the country, 211
the, ib.-Hydrophobia, Mexican receipt Kisfaludy, (Alexander) a Hungarian poet,
410-specimens of his love songs, 412
(Charles) a Hungarian poet,
specimen of his poetry, 413
Earl of Aberdeen, 183