The external appearance of his work, as to print and paper, is excellent; and it were to be wished that its contents, on a subject so curious, were in correspondence in value with the outside.

Jena A. L. Zeitung. Aug. 1818.


The Rev. G. Townsend's article on the hypotheses of Bryant and Faber will certainly appear in our next.

The Review of Holmes' Septuagint came too late for our present Number. It shall appear in the next.

The friend who sent the Notes on Virgil has our best thanks; and if he will continue them, we shall be still more obliged.

We have received a valuable pacquet from Professor Boettiger, most of which, if not all, we shall certainly record in our next. Stanleii Notæ in Callimachum in our next.

Dissertation on St. Paul's Voyage, with plate, in our next.

H. N. W.'s Epitaph to the memory of a late eminent writer is well written, but it would please neither the friends nor the enemies of that celebrated character.

Adversaria Literaria is postponed.

The translations of Psalm 137 are not sufficiently polished to be laid before our readers.

The Oxford Prize Essay for 18is will be printed in No. XXXVII.

J. L. will be satisfied in his enquiries about the Classics, if he will call in Tooke's Court.


p. 320. For CAMBRIDGE Prize, read OXFORD.





Académie des Inscriptions, Prix proposés par l', xvii, 207 Adversaria Literaria, xvii, 204, 453; xviii, 198

Elian, Emendations of, by J. Stackhouse, xviii, 139

Eneid i,738, comment on, xviii, 232 Enigma, xvii, 454, by Lord Byron, xviii, 198

Eolic Dialect, xvii, 85 Eschylum, variæ lectiones in, xvii, 178, 340

Esopi Lucerna; a Latin Epigram, xviii, 196

Esthetici critici, xvii, 141
Ethiopic MS. xviii, 255

Algebra, whether known to the
Egyptians, xvii, 27
Allegory, Scriptural, opinions of
Origen, Aristobulus, Philo, and
St. Austin, xviii, 229

Alterations of words, which occur in the old version of the Bible, xviii, 154

Av, remarks on the particle, xvii, 65 Anacoluthon, remarks on the, xvii, 207 Anacreon, coincidence between an Ode of, and a passage of the Song of Solomon, xviii, 34 Analecta Literaria, published by Professor Wolf, xviii, 204 Anaxagoras, Life, Character, and Philosophy of, xviii, 173; Epitaph on, by Laertius, xviii, 177 Anaximander, sketch of the life of, xvii, 173 Anaximenes,

xvii, 174

Anster, J., lines on the death of the

Princess Charlotte by, xvii, 64 Antediluvians, whether the arts can be supposed to have been cultivated by the, xviii, 299

Antigone of Sophocles, notes on the, xvii, 52 Αντιπεπόνθοντα,

signification and peculiar use of, xviii, 157 'Arrope, sense and frequent use of, in Aristotle, xviii, 342

Arati Diosemea, T. Forsteri Notæ in, xvii, 46. xviii, 19; conjecture on a passage in, xviii, 236 Areopagus, power of the, impaired, xvii, 111

Argenteus codex, new discoveries made in the, xvii, 207

Ariosto compared with Euripides and Milton, xviii, 238 Aristides and Themistocles, xvii, 103; xviii, 7

Aristophanis, Commentarius de carminibus, xviii, 366; Aristophanes, explanation of a passage in, relative to Cleon, xviii, 237 Aristotle vindicated, xvii, 115, 125; xviii, 334; portraits of, xvii, 155; most of the detractors of, among the moderns, were ignorant of his doctrine, xviii, 333; successively proscribed and extolled by the Academy of Paris, xviii, 335 Armenia, conjectures on its being the original Eden, xvii, 4 Arteries, thought by Erasistrates, to be void of blood, xviii, 17 Asclepiades, ignorance and artifices of the sect, xviii, 7 Asphaltitius Lacus, etymology of the name, xviii

Atticisme imaginaire, xviii, 156 Ausonius, new reading of, proposed, xviii, 238

Avibus, præsagia, ex, xviii, 23 Attributes of God, in the Pagan system, xviii, 7.5


Babylonians, their knowledge of Astronomy, xvii, 21

Bacon was unacquainted with ancient philosophy, xvii, 114, 235, -and with the doctrine of Aristotle, xviii, 340

Bailey's essay on Hieroglyphics contains some expressions of a doubtful Latinity, xvii, 352 Barker, E. H., Epistola Critica, xvii, 323; remarks on the origin of the term middle, as applied to the Greek verb, xviii, 157 Bdellium of the Bible, xvii, 273 Beddoes's factitious air, applied to con

sumption; a poem on, xvii, 165 Bellamy, J., remarks on the new translation of the Bible, by, xviii, 151, 203; his answer to the Quarterly Review, xviii, 209 Bentleiani Horatii notæ, xviii, 126 Bentley, R., extracts from a letter of, xvii, 204; his judgment on Markland's Horatius, xvii, 13; two letters of Evelyn to, xviii, 200 Bernardum, Pearsoni Literæ ad Edv., xvii, 285

Bhaughulpoor, conjectured to be the Palibothra, xvii, 322

Bible, newly translated by Bellamy,
xvii, 221; xviii, 151, 203; whether
its text is come down to us per-
fectly correct, xviii, 153, 209;
marginal references necessary for
understanding the, ib. 274
Biblical Criticism, xvii, 152, 413;
xviii, 273

Bignani Carmen Latinum, xvii, 453
Bigotianus Eschyli codex, xvii, 178
Blondellus, de Episc., xvii, 274
Boissonade's commentary on the
Actiac inscription, xvii, 366
Βολβὸς Κολχικός, sense of, discussed
Mr. Gail, xviii, 351
Bowyer, anonymous dissertation by,
xvii, 135

Britones, quantity of, xviii, 232. Buchanan's Eastern Mss., xvii, 186; xviii, 251

Bunarbashi, springs of, xviii, 145 Busiridis laudatio, a title falsely given to one of Isocrates' works, xviii, 5

Byron, an Enigma by lord, xviii,



Cabanis, M., note on, xvii, 96 Caina, signification of the word, in Syriac and Chaldee, xviii, 300 Calf, expeditious construction of the molten, xviii, 312; by what process it could be effected, xviii, 313 Callimachum, notæ Stanleii ad, xvii,


Cambridge, classic medals at, xvii, 209;-Latin prize-essay, xvii, 311; Tripodes, xvii, 240; xviii, 135; University Library, xviii, 184; Greek Mss. of the University of, xvii, 93;-prize-essay on the utility of classical learning as subservient to theological studies, xviii, 320; prizes for 1818, xviii, 193 Casaubon et Brunck, leur opinion sur les formules τι μαθὼν, τὶ παθὼν, xviii, 136

Casimir uses huic and cui as dissyllables, xviii, 238

Catilina in Ciceronem Oratio spuria quædam, xviii, 148

Chaldean oracles, xvii, 128, 243. Chaldeans, on the science of the, xvii, 19; xviii, 298

Charlotte, a Greek Ode on the death of the Princess, xviii, 193 Chartomi, what they were, xviii, 303 Chemistry and metallurgy among the Egyptians and Chaldeans, xviii,


Chester, articles of enquiry within the diocese of, xvii, 279

Cicero, orations ascribed to, observations on them, xvii, 134; xviii, 115, 241

-onis et Clarendonii παράλληλον, xvii, 311

Cimon, the Athenian, xvii, 110 Circulation of the blood, whether known to Hippocrates, xviii, 10 Clarendonii Ciceronisque παράλληλον, xvii, 311

Classical criticism, xvii, 456; learning, utility of, as subservient to theo logical studies, xviii, 320; general influence of, on the mind, xviii,


Classics, a new edition of the Delphin, xvii, 213

Claudian, erroneously quoted by

Cowley, xviii, 232; origin of his 'Sol qui flammiferis' &c., xviii, 235

Cleon, satirised by Aristophanes, xviii, 237

Clisthenes of Sicyon, innovations of, xviii, 237

Coincidence between Chambers and Johnson, xvii, 413-Homer, Herodotus, and Procopius, xvii, 208-the Mosaic records and the Greek theogony, as to the general system of the world, xviii,325-Coincidences between anOde of Anacreon and the Song of Solomon, xviii, 34-Eastern and Gothic Idolatry, xviii, 54 -The ocritus' Idylliums and the Song of Solomon, xviii, 32; of some critical remarks, xvii, 10 Coliseum, the, an English prize-poem, xvii, 100

Comitiale Carmen, xvii, 210 Contradictions, many, to be found in Plutarch, xvii, 110

Controversy among the learned, on

the authenticity of some of Cicero's works, xvii, 134

Coray, édition d'Hippocrate, xvii, 89 Cornish words, which seem to have

some resemblance to Hebrew,xviii, 103; to Greek, xviii, 107; to Latin, ib. 355 Cornwall, ancient British language of, xvii, 437; xviii, 103, 355 Correspondents, notes to, xvii, 220, 464; xviii, 208, 409

Cos, medical school of, xviii, 9 Cowley retiring into Surrey, xviii, 75; quotes Claudian erroneously, xviii,


Cowper's fable of the nightingale and glow-worm, xvii, 350; singular error in translating a passage of Homer, id. ibid. Cows, mythological, xviii, 54 Critical remarks on the new edition of Stephens' Greek Thesaurus, by G. Hermann, xviii, 181 Crotona, medical school of, xviii. 8 Χρυσόνομος, meaning of the word in Aschylus, xvii, 353

Cui and huic used as dissyllables, xviii, 238


Darius, parallel between, and Tippoo Saib, xviii, 236

Death, on the expression, to deliver unto, xvii, 206

Decree falsely ascribed to Themistocles by Plutarch, xvii, 102 Demosthenes' oration on the crown, illustrated by Stock, xviii, 238 Aéuas, peculiar signification of the word, xviii, 202

Dessin, Histoire Chronolog, de l'Art du Dessin, xvii, 182 Deuteronomy, illustration of a passage in, xvii, 152

Διὰ pour μετὰ, suivant MM. Auger et Coray: observations de M. Gail sur cette doctrine, xviii, 136 Dialects, Greek, xvii, 81 Didactic style of Aristotle, xvii, 117 Dissection, whether forbidden by Egyptian laws, xviii, 12

Dodwell's tour through Greece, xvii,


Drayton's opinion on pastoral poetry, xviii, 287

Druids and Brachmānas, resemblance between their mode of life, xviii, 57

Drummond, Sir W., on the science of the Egyptians and Chaldeans, xvii, 29; xviii, 1

Dunbar, Prof. G., on the particle av, xvii, 65; on some lines in Homer, xvii, 270

Duport's Greek Prayer-book reprinted, xvii, 101, 410

Dyes, observations on the Jewish, xviii, 306


Eclipses mentioned by Ptolemy, xvii, 24

Eden, situation of, xvii, 2 "Eopukov, a word used by the early

Greeks; why, xvii, 349 Education, Livres sur l', xvii, 95 Egyptian embalmers, xviii, 364 Egyptians and Chaldeans, on the

science of the, xvii, 19; xviii, 1 Elisha, his celebrated expression in the Bible, reconciled with truth, xviii, 203

Elision of diphthongs in Latin verse, xviii, 232 Embalmers, pretended custom of the Egyptians to stone the, xviii, 13 ; remarks on the Egyptian, ib. 364 'Ev, remarks and controversy on the word, xvii, 137; xviii, 457 English words derived from the

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Essenes, their doctrine of Scriptural allegory, xviii, 229

'Eouds μéxioons, remarks on, xviii, 347

Euripidem, variæ lectiones ad, xvii, 188

Euripides and Homer, coincidence

between, xvii, 206; Eurip. Phon. illustrated, xviii, 232; compared with Ariosto and Milton, ib. 238; conjecture on a passage of, ib. ibid. Eusebius on Jewish philosophers, xviii, 229

Eve, formation of, from Adam's rib,

xviii, 225; opinions of Philo, Eusebius, Origen, and St. Austin, 226 Evelyn, two letters from, to Dr. R. Bentley, xviii, 200

Evening, red or grey, xviii, 50 Examination for the classic medals

at Cambridge, xvii, 209; of Mr. Bellamy's new translation of the Bible, xvii, 221

Exodus, remarks on some passages in, xviii, 309


Fabularum de Utilitate, Latinum carinen, xvii, 453 Fictions in Plutarch, xvii, 111

Flaccus, C. V. new reading of, proposed, xviii, 238

Floribus, præsagia e, xviii, 25
Ford's imitation of Strada, xviii, 237
Forster's notes on Aratus, xvii, 46
Franklin, Col. W., on the site of an-
cient Palibothra, xvii, 321
Future, prefixed to the, xvii, 229


Gail, Prof. letter to M. E. H. Barker, xviii, 351; a note on his researches, xvii, 170; notice on his Philologue, xviii, 135; his various publications, xviii, 205 Galien, Traité de, xvii, 91 Generosity valued by the ancients, xviii, 75

Geometrical query of Plato, xvii, 171 Geometry, whether known to the Egyptians, xvii, 27

Georgics of Virgil, prominent feature of, xvii, 353

Globus Aerostaticus, Oxford prizepoem, xviii, 391

God, idea conceived of, by Aristotle, xvii, 330

God save the King, translated into

Greek, by S. Tricoupi, xviii, 255 Gowen, Bp., his translation of the Eneid, xviii, 44

Græcorum Poetarum minorum de Fragmentis, E. H. Barker, xvii, 323

Greek and Cornish languages, how far the latter may be related to the former, xviii, 107, 111; knowledge of, necessary to a theological student, xviii, 323; dialects, xvii, 80, 84; dramatic authors collected by Burney, xvii, 434; feminine names in ovoa, xvii, 350; translation from Shakspeare's Henry VIII, by W. S. Walker, xviii, 197; modern proverbs, xvii, 39; MSS. of the Cambridge public library, xviii, 93; ode on the death of the Princess Charlotte, xviii, 193; pastoral poets, an essay on the, xvii, 74, xviii, 30; verse, attempts in, by Cæcil. Metellus, xvii, 354; Sapphic ode, onthe construction of the, xviii, 373 Greeks more indebted, for their me

dical science, to the Egyptians,

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