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Springs, Cold Springs, &c. The Map
includes the Lake of Genera on tbe ASTRONOMY.
North, and Marseilles and Avignon on the A Celestial Atlas, comprising a Sysa West ; forming the most compreheosive teinatic Display of the Heavens, in a se- Map of Italy that has ever appeared. ries of thirty maps (beautifully engraved Dedicated to the Einperor of Austria. by Neele and Son) illustrated by scien- By J. A. Orgiazzi, 155. Canras and tific descriptions of their contents, and Case. accompanied by Catalogues of the Stars
HISTORY. and Astronomical Exercises. By Alexander Jamieson, A.M. Author of a
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of the Life of Lorenzo de Medici, called losophy. royal 410. half-bound, li. 5s.
the Magoificent, with an Appendix of plain. 11. Ils. 6d. coloureil.
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Rt. Rev. Theodore Dehon, D.D. Rector Dramas of the Ancient World, viz. The Deluge–The Plague of Darkness
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GENERAL INDE X.
VOL. XVII. NEW SERIES.
Angelo, Michael, memoir of, 230.
royal details, 187; unfair memoir of
England, 395; remarks on, 412.
character as a writer, 340.
Aberoethy's reflections on Gall and
vindicated from the imputation of
the craniological system, 560.
treatise, ib.; antiquity of the arl. ib.
ed church, 561, 572.
249, 254, 434, 447; see Burchell,
Barrow, misstatements of respecling Africa,
his obligations lo Scoll's Essays, ib. ; his
amiable character, ib.
333, el seq.; obligations of orthodoxy
366, et seq. ; outline of the sermon,
ministry, an eligible, mode of sup. 21 ; the real Mount Zion first anggest.
ministers, 372 ; on funds for the re- 24; valley of Jekoshaphet, 25; proba-
sense of the claims of the ministry, the parable of tbe good Samaritan,
tombs, 28; volcanic indications, ib.;
Vol. I. 505, et seq., earthquake at
548, et seq. ; estimate of author's po. arrangements, ib.; flippant reflections
some Holtenlot Christians, 507; author's
inconsistency exposed, 508 ; singular
posure of Barron's mis-statements, 509 ;
aries, ib. ; antidote to serpent poison,
half-famished Busbmen, ib. ; au-
merits of the author's series, 446 ; remarks on self education, 96 ; de-
tions of, 98; importance of assiduily
exemplified in ministers, ib.
et seq. ; topography of Palestine very 362,512,
author's equivocal feelings al the sepul- inseparably connected with vital re-