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Testimony, remarks on, 323.
Hebrew words, ib. note; the Jews in-
195; hints towards a scientific system rians, 340; character of Aspland's
writings, ib.; reasonings of unitari.
1, those founded on exceptionable
statements, ib.; 2. truths held in
common, 342; Mr. Fripp's propositions,
seq. ; jealous policy of the Japanese St. Joho a beretic and innovator, ib. ;
Vinci, Leonardo da, memoir of, 226.
Walpole'stravels in the east, &c. 138 et
seq.; obstacles encountered by travel-
lers in Turkey, 138; stationary con-
dition of the arts, &c. under the Otto-
man government, ib.; plan and con-
tents of the work, 139; origin of the
Mainotes, ib.; topography and govern-
ment of the Maina, 140; religion and
domestic character of the people, ib. ;
Athenian currency, 141 ; remarks on
the rudeness of the Allic silver coin, ib. ;
description of the tar-springs of Zante,
142; analysis of, 143; present state
of Lemnos, ib. ; ruins of Nicopolis,
144 ; bolanizing on ruins, ib. ; former
Browne, the traveller, 145; description
of the Turkmans, 150; rencounter be-
tween a pseudo-mussulman and a der.
wish, 152; merits of Col. Leake's
of our knowledge of Asia Minor, ib.;
and dromedary, 156; remarks on the
Elgin marbles, 157, R. P. Knight's
scepticism as to their being the work
of Mr. Wilkins's dissertation, 158.
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