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NAMES AND SUBJECTS
IN THE TWELFTH
eye to, 198
ABERCROMBIE, extracts from, 53
China, British intercourse with,' 250 Halford, Sir H., selection from, 173 Masonry, process of, 141 Abstruse speculations, unsuitableness Christening of Queen Elizabeth, ac- Hatfield, residence of the Princess Materialism, doctrine of, 238 of, 176 count of. 16
Elizabeth at, 225
Microscope, invention of the, 183 Acrid fumes, effects of exposure of the Christian Evidences, easy lessons on, Hawke, statue of Admiral, at Cloyne, Miriam, literal version of the song of,
XIII., 22, XIV., 46
228 Active life, enjoyments of an, 107 Christian discrimination, 118
Head of the elephant, 214
Mode of preparing Olive Oil, 44, 68 Christianity, effects of, in a dying Head-dresses of females, 186 Addison, selection from, 196
Modern Rome, churches of, 167 Advantage of a good judgment, 8
relics of Paganism in, Church, the village, 16 Advantages of a taste for Natural
Heavenly bodies, theories explanatory 168
Jews, 22, 46
wisdom, evidences of, 48 Monsoons, the, 207 Albigenses, the, IV., 89_V., 153 Cicada, and its organs of voice, 200 Heavens, appearance of the, 192 Monuments of Antiquity, illustrations Alison, extracts from, 95, 134, 214 City of Rome, account of, VII., 73 Heidelberg, castle of, I., 9-11., 24
of the Bible from, II, 28, 60, 81, Allard, General, account of, 239 Cloth-wool, manufacture of, 196 Herring-fishery, account of, 102
108, 132, 148, 180, 228 Amaurosis, case of, 158 Cloyne, town of, 241
Herschel, Sir J., extracts from, 62, 112 Moral sentiment, dangers of, 214 Amusements in Science, V., 31-VI., Cod Fishery, Dutch, 152
Hogarth, extract from, 187
Morality, necessity of attention to, 48–VII., 89–VIII., 92 Coincidences respecting the harmony Honour, who worthy of, 117
144 Ancient office of Purveyor to the King, of inharmonious sounds, 115 Horse, foot of a, 115
Morning Sounds, 214 190 Conipassion, 117
Horsley, Bishop, selection from, 176 Moses, early history of, 84 history, voyages related in, 202 Connexion between the body and soul, House I live in, V., 100—VI., 245 Mount Vesuvius, lava of, 198 Ancients, Davigation of the, 33
Naples, revolation of, 41, 65
Natural History of Crickets, 133 Apple-trees, preservation of, 219 Creation, knowledge of, 53
Illustrations of the Bible from the Mo
advantages of a taste April Day, 131 Crickets, natural history of, 135
numents of Antiquity, VI, 11
for, 62 Apteryx, the, 129 Criticism, difference between shallow VII., 28-VIII., 60-IX., 84-X.,
Philosophy, recreations in, Aqueducts, Roman, 75
and false, 216
108—XI., 132—XII., 140-XIII., 212 Arithmetic, 31 Crocus, vernal and autumnal, 96
Nature and Revelation, books of, 112 Arnott's Stove, 116 Crusade against the Albigenses, 89,153 Imagination, on reading works of, 53
the image of God, 176 Arsenic, nature, uses, and effects of, 86
Indigent Blind, visit to the school for, Navigation, brief history of, I., 33—
30 Artificial pearls, different kinds of, 153 Dangers of moral sentiment, 214
Navigation of the Ancients. 33— Arts, the useful, No. XXXIV., 141- Davy, Sir H., extracts from, 239 Inharmonious sounds, coincidences Rudiments of, to the formation of No. XXXV., 172 - No. XXXVI., Deity, proofs of, 184
respecting the harmony of, 115
the boat, 33–The sail, 35-Rud. 187-No. XXXVII., 223 Dispersion of seeds, on the, 182 Instances of longevity, 6
der, anchor, cables, ship's name, Astronomy, 88 Doctrine of Materialism, 238
Invention of the microscope and tele- &c., 36 - War and merchants'
ships, 37-Ancient voyage, 39— Atmosphere, the, 21 Dutch Fisheries, I, 102–11., 152 Irresolution, 24
II., 201-Causes of the romance Autumnal and rernal crocus, 96
Israelites, establishment of, in the of ancient naval history, 201land of Goshen, Il
Voyages related in naval history, Bacon, Lord, selection from, 32 Eariy history of Moses, 84
bondage of in Egypt, 28
fears of the ancient mariners, 202 Barrow, extract from, 62 Earth, how clothed with plants, 141
-Romance of ancient navigation, Baths of Titus, 73 Education of Queen Elizabeth, 5? Jews, modern, 22, 46
as induced by the desire of monoBeattie, lines by, 214 Eel, the, 23 Johannesberg, account of, 193
poly in trade, 206—The monsoous; Beauty, oval the elementary form of, Effects of Arsenic on the human body, Johnson, selections from, 144, 219
a knowledge of the earth increased 176
by navigation, 207–The watchBell, extracts from, 199, 214 Christianity at the hour of Joy, selections from, 107
tower or light-house, erected by Bells, use and manufacture of, 7
Ptolemy Soter, in the Isle of Pha. Beloved object, on the loss of a, 232 Egypt, plagues of, 109, 132
ros, 208 Bernese Oberland, account of, 217 Ehrenfels, castle of, 107
Keswick, black-lead mine at, 110 Nests of Wasps, 215 Bible, illustrations of the, from the Mo. Elephant, head of the, 214
Killarney, Lakes of, VI., 81-VII., 137 Newton, Sir I., selection from, 184 numents of Antiquity, VI., 11- Elizabeth, Queen, her progresses and
Notes on Forest Trees, XXII., GreatVII., 28—VIII., 60–ÍX., 84-X.., public processions, 1., 2-11., 17
town of, 82
flowered Magnolia, 112-XXIII., 108-XI., 132–XII., 148–XIII., 111., 57-IV., 91-V., 145_V1., 225 King,' ancient office of Purveyor to The Mangrove, 144XXIV., The 180-XIV., 228 England, salubrity of, 6
Camphor Tree, 184
pleasure of acquiring, 95 Oberland, Bernese, 217 Birth and childhood of Queen Eliza- Evelyn, epitaph of, by himsell, 184
on the uses of,, 134, Obligations, pleasure of conferring, 230 beth, 17 Excellence the reward of labour, 27
Olive Tree, history of, I., 44-11., 68 Bishops of Chester, list of eminent, 170 Exchange, Royal, account of, 50 Lahore, some account of, 239, 247 Organs of Sight, popular description Black-lead mine at Keswick, 110 Exodus of the Jews from Egypt, 148 Lakes of Killarney, VI., 81-VII., 137 of, 92 pencil, history of, 109 Exposure of the eye to acrid fumes, - VIII., 177
Origin of Coronations, 220
effects of, 198
Otter, Bishop, extract from, 198
Oval, the elementary form of beauty, Body and soul, connexion between, 147 I., 92-11., 117-III., 159—IV., Lessons on Christian Evidences, XIII., 176 Book, advantages of a, 112
174–V., 198—VI., 222-VII., 230 22–XIV., 46 Boyle, selections from, 53, 219
Letters of Queen Elizabeth, 58, 99, 146 | Paley, selection from, 21
Papists, barbarities committed by, on Brewster, Sir D., extracts from, 223
the Albigenses, 91, 154 Brief history of Navigation, I., 33 Feather of a Peacock, 95
Light, phosphoric, emitted by flowers, Parr, selections from, 6 British China Trade, opening of the, Females, head-dresses of, 186
Pascal, selections from, 176 255 Fisheries, the Dutch, 102, 152, 218 Limited power of man, 186
Peaceable temper and carriage,, on, Bryant, lines by, 143 Flowers, phosphoric light emitted by, Lines to a waterfowl, 143
62 Burke, selections from, 173
Peacock, feather of, 95
Pearls, mode of forming artificial, 155 Cabinet-making, woods used in, 173 Forest-trees, notes on, 112, 144 Longevity, instances of, 6
Pens, history of Quill, 14
Perseverance, results of, 219
Macao, occupation of, by the British, Phantasmagoria and Magic Lantern,
104 Canton, some account of, III., 249– Church, 150, 157
Macculloch, selections from, 83, 95, Pharos, watch-tower of, 208 Hongs or Factories, 249--Com.
115, 117, 119, 141
Phosphoric light emitted by flowers, merce, 250 — British intercourse Geometry, 48, 92
Macgillicuddy's Reeks, Killarney, 137 183 with China. 250—Its early history, Gipsies, their resemblance to the Jews, Magic Lantern and Phantasmagoria, Pictures, Scripture, 130 251-Occupation of Macao by the 46
Placentia, the ancient palace of, 19 British, 253-Disputes of 1829 and Glass-making, 60
Magnolia, great flowered, 118,
Plagues of Egypt, 108, 132 1830, 254-Opening of the British Glasses, on the customary use of, 222, Man, frailty of, 6
Planetary System, lines descriptive of, China Trade, 255 230
limited power of, 186
Planets, form of the orbits of, 127
Plants, perpetuation of, 119 Castle of Heidelberg. 1., II., 24
existence of, proved by his works, Mankind, proof of the common origin Pleasure of acquiring knowledge, 95 Causes by which the Eye-sight is im. 184
Pope, lines by, 160 paired, 118 Good judgment, advantage of a, 8
proper study of, 238
Popular Astronomy, I., Introduction, Celestial Bodies, contemplation of Great flowered magnolia, 112
Mant, Bishop, selections from, 52, 118 121-General appearance of the the, 219 Greco-Russian Church, ceremonies of Manufacture of Bells, 7
heavens, 122-Theories to explain Ceremonies of the Greco-Russian 150, 157
the motions of the heavenly borlies, Church, 150, 157
Guilt not compatible with real happi. | Mariners, means of saving shipwrecked, 123—Form of the orbits of tho Chalmers, extracts from, 128, 136
planets, 127 Chestor Cathedral, aecount of, 170 Gun-flints, manufacture of, 96
Masaniello, story of, 41, 65
Pottery and glass making, 60
Poverty, what properly io be cailed,
with plauts, 141
Elizabeth, I., 2-11., 17–111., 57
-IV., 97-V., 145
Romance of ancient naval history,
causes of the, 201
Baths of Titus, 73-Seren Halls
Relics of Paganism in, 168
Quarles, lines by, 100
progresses and pro.
-IV., 97-V., 145
taste for, 62
works of imagination, on, 53
the source of all good, 173
true spirit of, 196
wines of the, 193
Shuttleworth, selections from, 62
the Albigenses, 89, 153
Charlotte, lines by, 240
tracts from, 8
natural history, advantages
the effects of arsenic, 87
Elizabeth in, 146
St, Angelo, castle of, 78
metic, 31-VI., Geometry. 48
-- revolutions of the, 94
War and merchant ships, 37
INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.
Cot, life preserving, 20%
AMMOy, figure of. 108
picture of an Egyptian ship,
rowing ooat, 33
ship, showing the siga: or
Egyptian casket, 61
Roman coins, representations
ments of ancient Egypt, 12. 13,
149, 181, 182
East view of Heidelberg Castle, 25
altar-table, with fowls, bread,
fisherman in a boat of the
- confectioners preparing
gresses, borne by six gentlemen,
and attended by her court, 1
Kullarney, Fiew on the Upper Lake, 177 Round tower at Cloyne, 241
Royal Exchange, London, 49
Ruins of Caister Castle, 209
Sacred dances with cymbals, 228
Saxon pen and inkstand, 15
Seal of Minerva, 45
Ship Athenian, 38
Ships at sea, 122
rostra and heads of ancient, 205
uses of, 212, 213
Solar system, 121
Somerset House, old, 225
interior of, 165
Storing the corn in the royal grana-
ries, Egypt, 13
Swallow, the esculent, 248
Thames, Frost-fair on the, 56
Thermometer stove, figure of, 116
Tools employed in making gun-Nints,
Triumphal arch at Canton, 256
Vassal king of Persia, investiture of,
costume 0., when
War-galleys on ancient Roman coins,
representations of, 204
Falchion, ancient Egyptian, 181
Caister Castle, ruins of, 209
Lucida, illustrations of the, 120
fort on the river near, 249
188, 189, 294
Galley, from a painting at Hercules-
Wigs and head-dresses, various spe-
Wool-carding engine, 197
to the geographers just before the
Heidelberg Castle, court-yard of, 9
east view of, 25
Johannesberg Castle, 193