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Georgia we find a singular analogy between its language and that of Biscay. On this subject the author enlarges, and adduces some proofs of Georgia having been peopled by Spaniards-- he should have said by a Celtic colony.

The fourth chapter treats of European languages; viz. the Illyric; Scythian ; Turkish ; Grecian ; Teutonic; Celtic ; Latin, Cantabrian, Opican, Sabine, Sabellan, - Volscan, and Etruscan-ancient languages of Italy. On the subject of the Latin, the author speaks, as derivatives, of French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, with the languages of Moldavia and Walachia; adding particular remarks on each. The derivative dialects of the Celtic are, the Gallo-Anticc-Breton, the old Breton ; the Galato-Antico-Armorican, the Gaelic, the English, Irish, and Persian.

The fifth chapter contains the languages of Africa ; viz. those of Egypt, among which we find twenty-four dialects of the Galas; those of Zanguebar, and the Hottentots- among the latter we reckon the Mandingo, with thirty-two dialects; with twenty-eight dialects of the Gialofa used in Guinea.

At the end the author gives a view of all the mother languages that are known; of which he reckons for America fifty; for Asia seven-viz. the Chinese, the Malay, the Indian, the Hcbrew, the Armenian, the Mantchou, and the Mogul; for Europe seven-viz. the Illyrian, the Scythian, the TartaroMongul, the Greek, the Teutonic, the Celtic, and the Cantabrian; for Africa eight-viz. the Coptic, the Galvis, the Hottentot, the Congo, the Mandingo, the Gialofą, the Foulah, and the Akanic.

WE greatly regret that accidental circumstances have prevented us from offering any review of MAPS und CHARTS in the present Appendix. This department will, however, be still conti, sued; and the circumstances which have occasioned the omission, will, we trust, have the effect of rendering it inore copious and inportant at the conclusion of our next volume.

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O BDOLLATIPHI historiæ Ægypti Barrow's poem on the peace, 234
compendium,

241 Barry's Bull-baiting, a serinon 218
Adams on the cancerous breast, 927 Bartley on the converting pasture-land
Agricultural society (Sussex), Proceed into tillage,

471
ings of,

471 Barton's Frayınents of the natural history
'Agriculture of W. Riding of Yorkshire, of Pennsylvania, .

119
General view of,

271 Baseley's sermons, '
Alfred, Vision of,

39 Bacon's essays, New editions of, 478
Algerine captive,

113

miscellaneous works, 478
Alien's orthographicat exercises, 348 Beaufort, Lady Geraldine, 477
Allnatt's poem of Poverty,

351 Beddoes on the management of the
America (North), Voyages through, 121 consumptive,

336
Amiable tutoress,

107 Bedford, Chargę to clergy of, 343
Anecdotes of heroic conduct of women

, Letter to Mr. Fox on the cha-
during French revolution, 360 r acter of the duke of,

477
Animali parlanti,

* 544 Bellenger's French and English idioms
Annales de Chymie,
-563 compared,

227
· Annals of Insanity,

105 Belsham on the late treaty of peace,
Apocalypse, Evidence for the authen-

338
ticity of the,
436 Birth-day,

472
Apoplexy, Observations on Langslow's Black's Political calumny refuted, 356
'opinion respecting,

223 - Bloomfield's rural tales,
, Historic sketch of the con. Boaden's Rainy day,

111
troversy upon,

468 Book-keeping, Elements of, 348
Appeal to ihe society of friends, 103 Bread. Review of statutes and ordi-
Aristotle's Metaphysics, English trans nances of assize,

343
lation of,

251 Britain (Great), Survey of the strength
Articles of church of England proved and opulence of,

180
not Calvinistic,

4:56 Brown's view of agriculture of W.
Assize, Review of statutes and ordi. Riding of Yorkshire,

271
nances of,

343 Buffon's natural history, New edition of,
Astronomy, Treatise on,
349

: 558
Atcheson on the carrying part of the Buildings in England and Scotland,
coal trade.

356 Plans and views of,
-Atlantis, Letters on the,

Bull-baiting, a sermon,
Atlas, Circular,

81 Burdett (sir Francis)'s speech on-motion
Atonement and sacrifice, Discourses on for inquiry into conduct of adminispra-
• scriptural doctrines of,

tion,

458
"Atwood's review of statutes and ordic Butcher's Facts respecting high prices of
.nances of assize,

343 provisions,

Only security for peace, 467
BABYLONIAN inscriptions, Disserta-
tion on,

153 CABINET of Lilliput,
Bagatella, La,

107 Caines on the cultivation of the Otaheite
· Bailly on the Atlantis of Plato, . sugar-cane,

240
· Bampton lectures, Faber's, 445 Caluminy (Political) refuted, 356
Barker on gonorrhea virulenta, 345 Cancer, Cases of,

469
APP, Vol. 35.

es

323
218

78

53

359

472
118

Cancerous breast, Observations on the, Dickinson's antiquities of Nottingham-
327 shire,

225
Cappe (Rev. Newcombe), Sermon at the Dramátic.
funeral of,

219 Comus, Italian translation of Milton's,
Capper on the winds and monsoons, 11

259
Captive, Algerine
113 Poor gentleman,

236
Cartwright's letter to Mr. Fox, 477 Second part of Henry IV. altered
Casti's animali parlanti,
544 from Shakspeare,

476
Cataract in the eye, New mode of ope- Urania,

476
ration for removal of,
224 Dramatic rights,

479
Ceby's opuscules lyriques, 236. Du Broca's anecdotes of heroic conduct
Champion's miscellanies,
230 of women,

360
Chapman on the education of the lower Duncan's heads of lectures on the insti-
ranks of the people,
107 tutions of medicine,

224
Chemical nomenclature,

224 Dupré's neologic French dictionary,
Chemical and philosophical researches,

120
292 Duties of men in public professions, 104
Chemistry, Annals of

563

of an officer in the field, 120
Child's first book improved, 228 Dutton's sketch of the character of
Children in the wood, New, 472 George III,

118
Chinese inscription, The most ancient, Duty of officers commanding detach-
287 ments,

240
Christian religion, Illustration of the
truth of the

371 EARLE'S new mode of operation for re-
Clark's memoranda legalia, 467 moval of cataract,

224
Clarke's tabulæ linguarum, 228 Economy of human life, French trans-

-- survey of the strength and opu- lation of,
lence of G. Britain,

180 Education of lower ranks of people,
Clergy, Proposals for new arrangement Hints on the,

107
of revenue and residence of, 341 Edwards's edition of Willis's Survey of
Coal-trade, Letter on the carrying part St. Asaph,

227
of the,

356 Egypt, Abdollatiph's history of, 2+1
Cogan on the passions,
196 , Memoirs on,

508
Colls's ode to peace,
110 , Travels in,

532
Commissary, The British, 357 Electors of G. Britain, Address to, 339
Commonable lands, On the appropriation Elegy, Sketches in,

473
and inclosure of,

346 Encyclopædia Britannica, Supplement
Companion to the medicine chest, 346 to,

160, 382
Complaynt of Scotland,

95 Evenings at my grandmother's, 473
Comus, Italian translation of Milton's, Evidence for the authenticity of the
239Apocalypse,

436
Consumptive persons, observations on Exercises, Devotional,

102
the management of,

336
Cooke's circular Atlas,

81 FABER's Horæ Mosaïcæ,
Coombs (Wm.), Account of the work Facts respecting high prices of pro-
of grace in the life of,
104 visions,

359
Coote's history of the union of Great Family stories,

473
Britain and Ireland,
441 Father and daughter,

114
Cottle's John the baptist,

353 Finances, Investigation of Morgan's
Covenants (Religious) - Inquiry into " Comparative View" of,

462
their obligation upon posterity, 221 Fisher's Valley of Llanherne,

474
Credit (Public) in danger,

461 Flowers of Persian literature, 418
Crowfoot's observations on Langslow's Fox's Bagatella,

107
opinion respecting apoplexy, 223 FOREIGN LITERATURE,
Cutspear's Dramatic rights, I 479 France,

Germany,

585
DAVIES's Winchester assize sermon, Italy,

591
342 France, History of,

211
Davy's chemical and philosophical re- , Literature of,

577
searches,
292 Franklin (Dr. B.)'s works,

479
Deists, Short method with the 340 French grammar,

227
Denon's travels in Egypt,

532 and English Idioms compared, 997
Dermody's poem of Peace,
109 Friend of women,

119
Devotional exercises,

102 Friends, Appeal to the society of, 108

445

577

GARNETT'S thanksgiving sermon, Institute (French national), Memoirs of
465 the,

481
Gates, Inquiry concerning the hanging Invasions of British islands, Historical
and fastening of,
239 sketch of,

340
Geographical companion to Mrs. Trimo Ireland, History of the rebellion in, 276
mer's histories,

472 , Sketches of some of the southern
questions, S.
228 counties cf,

451
George III, Sketch of the principal fea- Italy, Literature of,

591
tures of the character of, 118
Germany, Literature of,
585 JACOBINISM, a poem,

474
Gleig's supplement to the Encyclopædia Jackson's fast sermon,

343
Britannica,

160, 382 Jacque's translation of Bailly on the
Globes, Introduction to the use of the Atlantis of Plato,

78
228 Jaméson's mineralogy of Scottish isles,
Gonorrhæa virulenta, Observations on,

405
345 Jefferys's pleasures of retirement, 231
Gordon's history of the Irish Rebellion, Jewish poor, Letters on present state of,
276

358
Gospel testimony,
104 John the baptist, a poem,

353
Grace (Work of) in the life of W. Jones (Rev. Wm.)'s works, 399
Coombs,

105 Journals, Spirit of the public, 360
Grammar, Latin,

473
Granada, Civil wars of,

82 KAMOULA, Adventures of, 473
Gray (Susan), History of, 472 Kelly's eleinents of book-keeping, 348
Gregory's astronomy,
349 Kentish's Cases of cancer,

469
Grose's sermons,

101 Kerslake versus life-insurance office,
Gross's duties of an officer in the field, Second trial in the cause of, 345

120 Kipling on the XXXIX articles, 456
Guildford, History of,

225 Klaproth's essays for promoting che-
Guisy's new method of learning French, mical knowledge of mineral sub-
227 stances,

201
Gunning (Miss)'s Family stories, 473
- Heir apparent, 477 LACRYMÆ Hibernica,

236
Lamentation, a poem,

229
HAGER on Babylonian inscriptions, Lands (conmonable and intermixed),

153. On the appropriation and inclosure ot,
's monument of Yu,
287

346
Hall's reflexions on war,

466 Langslov's historic sketch of the contro-
Halloran's lacrymæ Hibernicæ, 236 versy upon apoplexy,

468
Happiness, Thoughts on,

354 - opinion respecting apoplexy,
Harris's works,
959 Observations on,

223
Hawker's account of the work of grace Latin tongue, Introduction to the, 473

in the life of W. Coombs, 104 Laureat, Satiric epistle to the poet, 112
Heir apparent,
477 Law (military), Essay on,

394
Hints to legislators,

118 Laws, Alphabetic digest of the, 407
Holloway's peasant's fate, i 232 Lectures (Heads of) on the institutions
Holmes's tour in Ireland,
451 of medicine,

22+
Holy land,
S49 Legislators, Hints to,

118
Home's history of the rebellion in 1745, Le Kain, Memoirs of,

573
142 Le Mesurier's British commissary, 357
Horæ Mosaïcæ,

445 Leslie's short method with the deists, 340
Horkstow, Mosaïc pavements at, 330 Lewis XVI, Memoirs of the reign of,
Houghton's sermon,

103

.. .. 23
Houlton's letter respecting the lottery, Lexicographia neologica Gallica, 120

460 Leyden's edition of the Complaynt of
Howlett's inquiry concerning the influ- Scotland,

95
ence of tithes on agriculture, 346 Life-insurance ofice, Second trial in

cause of Kerslake against, 345
ILLUSTRATIONS of the truth of the Lilliput, Cabinet of,
Christian religion,

371 Lottery scheme, Letter respecting, 460
India guide,

170 Love on preaching the word, 219
Infecieltà punita,

*555 Lysons' mosaïc paveinents, : 350
Insanity, Annals of,
Inscription found at Rosella, Letter MABEL Woodbiqe, .

472
on,
515 Mahon's Médecine légale,

571

472

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113

472

Mackenzie's voyages through North New Children in the wood, 472
America,

121 Evenings at my grandmother's,
Magee on atonement and sacrifice, 53. Father and daughter,

114
's sermon on the death of the earl Lady Geraldine Beaufort, 477
of Clare,
342 Heir apparent,

477
Malmesbury (Earl of)'s edition of Har Historical tales,
ris's works,

259 Mabel Woodbine,
Maltby's illustrations of the truth of the Splendid misery,

119
Christian religion,
371 Susan Gray,

479
Manuel de tous les ages,
118 White knight,

476
Marsh's translation of Michaëlis's in-
troduction to the New Testament, OFFICER in the field, Duties of an, 120

1, 184, 313, 425 Othcers commanding detachments, Duty
Marshall on the appropriation and in- of,

240
closure of commonable lands, 346 Olivier's travels in the Ottoman empire,
Matthews on the scarcity and dearness &c.

301
of cattle, &c.
. 119. Ophthalmy, Treatise on,

105
Mechanic, a poem,

235 Opie (Mrs.)'s Father and daughter, 114
Médecine léyale,
571 Opuscules lyriques,

236
Medicine, Heads of lectures on the in- Orthographical exercises, 348
stitutions of,

224 Otaheite cane, Letters on the cultiva-
Medicine-chest, Companion to the, 346tion of the,

240
Melville's White knight,

476 Otaheitean islands, History of, 240
Memoranda legalia,

467 Ottoman empire, Travels in the, 301
Metaphysics of Aristotle, Translation
of,
251 PARENTS' friend,

106
Michaëlis's introduction to the New Parker on the hanging and fastening of
Testament, ' 1, 184, 313, 425 gates,

239
Military law, Essay on,;

394 Parnassus (British) at the close of the
Millin's Monumens antiques inédits, 551 18th century,

110
Mineral substances, Essays for promoting Passions, Philosophical treatise on the
chemical knowledge of,
201

196
Mineralogy of Scottish isles, 405 Pasture land (Observations on the con-
Misery, Splendid,

112 verting of) into tillage, 471
Mitchell's plans and views of buildings, Paternal present,

117
323 Paxton on the obligation of religious co-
Monsoons, Observations on the, 11 venants,

221
Monumens antiques inédits, 551 Peace, a poem,

109
More (Hannah)'s meeting - houses, Poem on the,

234
Truths respecting,
358 Ode to,

110
Morgan's “ 'Comparative View of the - Observations on the definitivo
public Finances," Investigation of, treaty of,

338
462 The only security for,
Morley's poem of the Mechanic, 235 Peasant's fate,

239
Morrice's friend of women, 119 Pennsylvania, Fragments of the natural
Mosaic records, View of the, 445 history of,

119
- pavements at Horkstow, 350 Perfect's annals of insanity, 105

Persian literature, Flowers of, 418
NATURAL history, New edition of Perspective, Elements of, 120
Buffon's,

558 Philosophical transactions of the Royal
- White's works in, 412 Society for 1802,

361
Nature, General system of, 334 Plans and views of buildings in England
- --, Surveys of,

228 and Scotland,
Neologic French dictionary, 120 Playfair's statistical breviary, 76
Noble on ophthalmy,

105 Pleasures of retirement,
Northern counties of England, Tour Pluralities and pon-residence, Necessity
through,
87 of the abolition of,

223
Nottinghamshire, Antiquities of, 225 POETRY
NOVELS, ROMANCES, &c.

Bagatella,

107
Adventures of Kamoula,

473 British Parnassus at the close of the
Algerine captive,

113 18th century,
Amiable tutoress,

107 Champion's miscellanies,
Birth-day,

472 Civil wars of Granada,
Cabinet of Lilliput,

472 Complaynt of Scotland,

467

323

031

231

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