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We understand that Mr. William Car- large and 800 small paper are worked ; and penter, the Author of several Popular that the letter-press and last Number of Works on the Study of the Scriptures, is Peterborough Cathedral, will be ready with about to deliver a Course of Lectures on the Normandy. Sacred Literature, at Salvador House, No. l. of Picturesque Antiquities Bishopsgate Church. The Lectures are to of the English Cities, will be published on be adapted to the purposes of General In- the 1st of next Month, with 12 Engrav. struction.
ings by and under the direction of J. Le Preparing for publication, Memoirs of Keux. John Frederic Oberlin, Pastor of Waldbach In the course of the Month of June, in the Ban de la Roche; compiled from R. Ackermann will publish, in an imperial authentic sources, chiefly from the French : 4to. volume, with numerous Engravings, interspersed with interesting anecdotes and Buddhuism : illustrated from original Maoriginal information.
nuscripts of its Doctrine, Metaphysics, and Captain George Beauclerk, 16th infan- Philosophy; accompanied by Forty-three try, who, with another officer of the garri- Engravings, Lithographed from the Cinson of Gibraltar, accompanied Dr. Brown, galese Originals
, demonstrative of their in July 1826, on a medical mission to the Scheme of the Universe, and the Personal Sultan of Morocco, has in the press a vo- Attributes of the Buddhoo: also, Notices lume of Travels, illustrated with numerous of the Planetary or Bali Incantations and appropriate costume engravings, to be en- the Demon Worship still existing in that titled “ A Journey to Morocco."
Island. By Edward Upham, Member of Mr. Britton announces, that the letter- the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain press of the Architectural Antiquities of and Ireland, F.S.A. Normandy will be ready for delivery, gratis, The Second
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GENERAL INDE X.
VOL. XXIX. NEW SERIES.
and Pitt's, 243; subjects of his chief
gress, 246, et seq.
132, et seq.
view of it by torch-light, 518.
the siege of, 16, 7.
the Austrian government, ib. et seq. ;
ACTS, corporation and test, necessity of
their being maintained, 272, et seq.;
238; his coalition with Mr. Clay, 239.
-, south, Philip's researches in, &c.,
the spirit of multiplying them, 36, 7.
they are, 232, et seq.; apparent object
Baptism, infant, the means of national re-
formation, &c., by H. Budd, 110, et seq.
belief, &c., 361, et seq. ; on the dignity
365, et seq.
plants, 564, et seq.
explore the northern coast of Africa,
justly rewarded, 335, 6; account of
tombs, ib.; the fountain of Apollo, 343.
Heber, 505, 6.
sacred volume illustrated and improved,
Malcolm, 310, et seq.; Bishop Heber's
remains of the Palli, 317.
Parr's earnest wish that his library
observations on some remarks of the
discourse on justification by
tional act on the part of God, ib.; justi-
justification by the sacraments, ib.
embellishments considered, 67, 6; the
principal contributors to the work, 69;
stanzas to the child and flowers, 69, 70.
ministry, &c. 82, et seq.; occasion of
it, 357 ; permanency of the probibition,
teller differs essentially from the poet,
ril Egerton, a tale, 152, et seq.
250, et seq.; specimen of the exposition,
the church of England, 110, a seg.;
marks on the charge of schism, 128.
reformation, &c., 110, et seq. ; uniformity
lishment of unity, 129, et seq.
et seq.; merit and design of the work,
Calcutta, description of, 293, et seq.
casional criticism, 265, et seq. ; illustra-
Canals, account of some, in the United
the life of, 259 et seq.; the principles,
ville administration, 262.
mortality and physical management of,
443, et seq.
between, impartially considered, 110, et
tokens of the, 281, et seq.
address to the members of the, 110, et
ture of them, 236.
236 ; their architecture, ib.
North American Review, 241; his
speeches, fc. ib. et seq.
between them, 567.
some ancient, as illustrating the progress
of Christianity, 37, et seq.
of the life and writings of, 224, et seq.
of, 380, 1.
controversial spirit not conducive to the
Mr. Maguire on the danger and illegiti-
tially different, 213, 14.
ing in the island of, and supposed to
have been crected by Jovian, 43.
their being maintained, 272, et seq.
ments of, 30, et seq.; the English uni-
tion of the former and the present ap-