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EXPLANATION OF THE PLATE.

Fig. 1. 1. Part of the Tongue of a Dog; the under Side turned

upwards, to shew the Worm in Situ. 2. The Worm, as it appears through the Cuticle. 3. Its Communication, with the marginal Line of the

Tongue.

Fig. 2. 1. The Tongue dissected. 2. The Cuticle separated and laid back, to shew the

Muscle wherein the WORM lies. 3. The WORM raised from its Situation, with its At

tachment to the Muscle.

Fig. 3. 1. The Worm taken out. 2. The tendonous Part. 3. The ligamentous. 4. The ligamentous running out, to a Point, but which

unites and mixes with the muscular Fibres, so as to be lost among them.

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Page ABERCORN, Marquis, Burial-place of,

505506 ABERDEENSHIRE, Fish of,.......

449-450 ABOYNE, Earl, extensive Forests of,.

450 ACCIDENTS from incautious Use of Fire-Arms,

653 ACCOUNTS, curious Mode of keeping,..

515 ACTORS SALARIES, Observations on,...

299 ADAM, W. Esq. Plantations of,....

49.5 his Estate diminished 12001. – Year, by the

Transversion of a Salmon-fishery, ............. 495 496 ADVERTISEMENT, curious, for the Destruction of Game, . 602 AGAR, Captain, pedestrian Exertion of,

713 AIR-GUNS, Observation on, ...

637 AIRSHIRE, Rivers of,

455 ALE, AND PORTER, Quantity of, brewed in the Metropolis, ..

...... 143-144 ALFRED THE GREAT, buried at Little Driffield, Inscription on,.......

419 AMERICA, Consumption of Spirits in,

156 note AMERICAN Riflemen, excellent Shots of,...

651 Sporting, Areedotes of,

690—693 ANGLERS, Simile of, to Lovers, ..

59 note poetical Expostulation with,

...... 72-73 note Dress of, ..........

82 ANGLESEA, Island, Lakes and Fishes of, Copper Mines of, .........

429 ANGLING, Catalogue of Books on, with Extracts,

Objections to,

........ 418

....... 1-29

TION, of his for MER VOLUMES, and his SENSE of that OBLIGATION, is too PERSONALLY GRATIFYING, TO BE EVER FOR

GOTTEN.

TIIE END.

EXPLANATION OF THE PLATE.

Fig. 1. 1. Part of the Tongue of a Dog; the under Side turned

upwards, to shew the Worm in Situ. 2. The Worm, as it appears through the Cuticle. 3. Its Communication, with the marginal Line of the

Tongue.

Fig. 2. 1. The Tongue dissected. 2. The Cuticle separated and laid back, to shew the

Muscle wherein the WORM lies. 3. The WORM raised from its Situation, with its At

tachment to the Muscle.

FIG. 3. 1. The Worm taken out. 2. The tendonous Part. 3. The ligamentous. 4. The ligamentous running out, to a Point, but which

unites and mixes with the muscular Fibres, so as to be lost among them.

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