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NAMES AND SU B.J E CTS IN THE FIFT H W O L U M E.

Gardiner, Colonel, anecdote of, 23

Gibbet-law of Halifax, 32
Glenco, Massacre in the Vale of, 252
Globe Volvox, 243
Gloomy presages, method of fortifying
the soul against, 235

Glory and excellence only acquired by

care and labour, 30

Goldau, in Switzerland, fall of a moun-
tain at, l 19
Gooch, Sir William, instance of his
humility, 80

Addison, remark by, 235 -

Adversity, remarks on, 158, 171

A filiction, 72

Africa. Great Desert of, 39

Ahmed, the Cobbler; a Persian story,

134

Air Vulcanoes of Turbo co, 71

Albatross, the Wandering, description

of 197

Alcoxis St. Martin, singular case of 238
Alligator-Hunt in Ceylon, 192
Amiens, history of its Cathedral, 50
Amusements of Life, 203
Ancient Church in Dover Castle, 132
Animals, structure of, 80
Ants, ravages os, in the West Indies,
203

Aphorisms, 24, 31, 53,62, 77, 80, 112

Archery and Arms, 126

Architecture, Grecian, 147

Arisaig, Isle of, described, 84—Ferry

at, 255

Aristotle's opinion of Hooks, 203

Armadale, accommodations of the Inn

at, 255

Armies, ancient British and Saxon, 122
of the Middle Ages—Feudal
System, 122
Armour, and ancient military customs,
123
Asbestos, and incombustible Cloth, 23
Asia, Central, Table Land of, 40
Ass, the Wild, account of, 183

Bacon, remarks by, 44, 197,208
Barrow, on the contemplation of the
works of Nature, 4

Bat, the Wing of 53

Bec, Common, account of 91

Benares, description of, 194

Ben Jonson, remark by, 62

Bernard, St., remark by, 200

Beveridge, Bishop, quotation from, 58

Beza, aphorism by. 115
Bible, the, a celestial messenger, 94
Black-Gang Chine, 109
Blood, use of, in regulating the animal
functions, 98
Borrodale, the Pretender's Asylum at,
254

Bowles, Rev. W. L., Lines by, on Chil-
dren gathering slowers in the Ca-
thedral Churchyard, 27

— on the Poor

Blind Man of Salisbury Cathe-

dral, 1

—— Epitaph by, 230

Boyle, Extracts from, 62, 80, 94, 99,

159, 171

british Army, some account of its rise
and progress, 121
British Museum, its founder, 12
British Officer, adventures of a, during
the Peninsular war, 190

Browne, Sir T., remark by, 71

Buller, Judge, anecdote of 99

Burke, remarks by, 90, 115

Caernarvon Castle, North Wales, 64

Canary Bird, account of the, 218

Canary, or Fortunate, Islands, 130

Caraccas, New Protestant Chapel and
Burial-ground at, 151

Caribito, or Blood-fish, description of,
112

Caterpillar, Chrysalis, and Butterfly;
a Fable; 179
Caterpillars, curious tribe of 243
Cathedrals described:—Rheims, 2–
Chichester, 26–Amiens, 50–Here-
ford, 74–Llandaff. 114–Orleans,
138–Salisbury, 154—Strasburgh,
202–Senlis, 241
*..athedral Churchyard, lines written in,

27

Ceylon, o in, 220

Chalmers, extracts fr

Chapone. Mrs., her reason for early at-

tondance at Church, 80

Cheerfulness of Heart, 147

Cheerfulness, remark on, by Miss Tal.

bot, 23
Chichester Cathedral, description of, 26
Children, their instruction in religion
the first duty of a parent, 23

Chinese Sage, aphorism of 51

Cholula (in Mexico), its Pyramid, 175

Christian Charity, remark on, by Burke,

90

Christian Virtues, the diguity of, 179
Christianity in Ceylon, 220
Christianity, remark on, by Rose, 23
Churches, Primitive Christian, 198

om, 147, 150, 200,

Good example, remark on, by Boyle, 62
Good Works, remark on, lo
Grass-tree, (or lilack Boy), brief de-
scription of 150
Great Numbers; I. Numbers descrip.
tive of Magnitude, 139
Grecian Architecture. 147
Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, anec.
dote of, 23

Guy, Thomas, biographical notice of,42

Gymnotus, or Electrical Eel, 108

Habit, Power of 150

Habits, remarks on their influence, 91

Half-way Island, in the Indian Sea, 182

Halifax Gibbet-law, 32

Hall, Bishop, extracts from, 4, 110,

115, 132, 150, 171, 182, 230

Happiness, how attained, 158
how produced, 175
Hart and Hind, the, 248
Henry, Prince of Wales, son of James
I., biographical notice of, 93
Herbert, Lines by, on self-examina-
tion, 28
IIereford Cathedral, 74
ileo test of in the time of Henry
VIII, 75

Hervey, remark by, 238
Highlanders, attachment of, to Charles
Edward, 234
Hindoo Music, specimen of 228
Hofwyl, account of M. Fellenberg's
Schools at, 234
Hogarth, anecdote of, by Bishop Sand.
ford, 71

Honey-Guide, description of 112

Hood, Sir Samuel, anecdote of, 223

IIorne, Bishop, extracts from, 58,230

Huo. animal, remark on, by Paley,

heart, its weakness, 67

— life, its uncertainty, 99

Ice, its beneficial effects, 149

Immortality, remark on, by Sir Hum-

phry Davy, 62

India, Itinerant Musieians ef, 226

Indolence, its miseries, 44

Iona, insular Churches of, 82

Iron Mask, the Man in, 105

Isfahan, some account of the City of,

162—its Early History, 162—its

Situation and Extent, ió3–its in.

habitants and their Religion, 165–

o Commerce and Manufactures,

16

Italy, Volcanic Regions of, 3

Itineraut Musicians of India, 226

Jebb, Bishop, extract from, 247

Jesse, extracts from, 148, 159, 171, 176

Johnson, P. Last Days and Thoughts

of 20

Selections from, 13, 71,

112, 150, 182, 187, 197,208

Jones of Nayland, remarks by, 11,
182,230

Jonson, Ben, extracts from, 51, 62, 7
* Humanity, pleasing instance
o -

Ken, Bishop, Epitaph for, 230

King, Mrs. remark by, 94

Klopstock, remark by, 62

kno's productive of Happiness,
182

La Harpe, remark by, 44

Last Days and Thoughts of Dr. John.
son, 205

Lion, extraordinary story of 206

Hunt in South America, 146

Lisbon, Square of the Little Pillar at,
218

Llandaff Cathedral, 114

Lobster, remarks on the periodical
casting of its shell, 229

Loch Leven, beautiful scenery of, 253

Loch Sunart, 251

Louvain, the town of, described, 18

Luminous Appearance of the Sea, 204

Madagascar, island of, its history, 20

Man in the Iron Mask, 105

Mant, Bishop, extracts from, 44,115,132

Mathematics, on the study of, 196

Matter, its Indestructibility, 13–divi-

sibility of, 55

Meal-hours, Remarks on the changes

in,

Mental Recreation, remarks on, 24

Mcrino Sheep and their Migrations, 181

Mcxican Bees, 51

Michael's, St., Orange-plantations of,

237

Milton's opinion of Books, 14

Mines of Great Britain, No. 111,76;

No. IV., 180; No. v., 223.

Moderation, remarks on, by Bishop

Hall, 230

Moral Discipline, remarks on, 233
More, Hannah, Letters of 205
– Remarks by, 171, 187,

230

Mull, Isle of 83,250

Naturalist's Autumnal Walk, 140

Natural History, remark on the study

of,

Natural Phenomena, Familiar Illus.
trations of:-

XII. Water, 103

XIII. Water, in its solid state, 149

XIV. Water in a sluid state, 336
Nature and Art, the works of, com.
pared, 112

Nature, remarks on, by Sir II umphry

Davy, 150

Navigation, Commerce, and Discovery,

listory of; Part I, 22; Part II.

43; Part III., 173

Needle-making, art of, when intro.
duced into England,
Needle Rocks, the, 172
Nelson. Horatio, Lord, biographical
notice of, 157
North Cape, account of, 47
Notes from a Traveller's Scrap-book,29
Nothing, Sonnet on, by Porson, 62

Oaks, remarks on
Collingwood,

Observation, remark on by Bacon, 197

Ocean, lines on, 67

Qre, mode of working, in Mines, 223

Orleans, the Cathedral of, 138

Our §unty and our 1some, lines on,

Tonuns of, by Lord

Paley, extracts from, 58, 90
Palm-tree, Wild, 146
Papyrus Plant, 138
Passions, unrestrained, their evil ef.
fects, 94
Peasants, Himalayan, singular use of
water by, 14
Persia, barbarous modes of Punish-
ment in, l 12
Persian Story, 134
Personal Property, forms to be observed
in making Wills of 18, 78, 110,221
Petersburgh, St., some account of the
City of,210—its streets and palaces,
212—its houses, and mode of warm-
§ of *...; buildings,
213-state of religion in, 214–
principal churches of, 215–com-
merce of, 216

Philosopher, Religious, an exalted cha-

racter, 182

Philosoph , modern literary, remark

on, l,

Plains and Deserts of the Globe, some

account of 33

Plantain, Ribwort, its uses, 56
Pleasure and Pain, 147
Pool, Cardinal, anecdote of 8
Popular Superstitions, notice of 28, 69
Prayer, the gift and grace of, lll
Precept and Example, 110
Prepossessions, remark on, 224
Presence of mind in a Highlander, 58
Pride, remark on, by Dr. j. 208
Progress of Vegetation, reflections on,

root, and Adversity–Southey,

Proverbs, 61
Providence, beneficemee of 140–beau-
tiful illustration of 148
Providence, remark on, by Hall, 14
nees, Battles of, 141
Pythagoras, Lord Chatham's approval
of his injunction, 60

Quarles, extracts from, 181, 182

Raven Oak, the, 232

Reason, aphorism on, 56

Reculver, account of 24

Redbreast, nestling of, 103

Reflections on sitting at ease in a coach

that went very fast, 159

on the Beauties of a Calm

Clear Night, 159

on viewing an old Lutheran

Church, 159

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