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Bednore (fortress of), causes of its sur-
render to the English, 64.
ract, 158—Remarks on his style, ib. 159, anecdotes of its valour and Gidelity, 107
his ridicule of a mixed government, ib.
affirms the field of Waterloo to be the
on the present government, 131, and on
tain populous borouglis, 131, 132-
sex, 133—inadequacy of moderate re-
gant eulogy of, by Lope de Vega, ib. the Whigs, 134-cuncluding advice tu
Bentley (Dr.), points of resemblance be-
notices of, 368, 369-notices of re- Bernadotte, interesting anecdote of, 63, 64.
tice of, 6.
Bowditch (Mr.), account of his mission ta
anticipated by the Spaniards, 4-6- Brazil, state of, in 1640, 99--- villainous
conduct of the Dutch towards the Por.
management of their power, 101, 109–
Portugal, 109--fruitless efforts of the
124---state of the Portugueze colonies, in
Bridges (military), observations on the con-
struction of, 426-450.
land, 186---form of it, 187, 188--sin- African Association, $69-sketch of his
Burnet (Bishop), parallel berzeel, zod Sharp, 517—sitempts to restore epite
Bishop Wais, 250-scasares recom- pacy by Charles II. 318-jarba
-reception of the westeru curates by
grapby of the north<astera part of seccted Scottish coreuanters, 527, 598
-435—— his opinion that Asia and Ame-t bishop Sharp, 37–539.
in, vindicated, 496–302.
Congo fever, account of, 340, 341.
Congo river. See Zaire.
organizing bodies of, 306, 307.
condition of the Indians there, 15+ $14.
Arabian origin, 162–probable causes, Covenanters (Scottish), anecdotes of, 527
Crawford (Capt.), honourable character of,
Cuchivano, remarkable caverns at, 141,
Jant conduct of, 393, 394, 363. Cumana, account of an earthquake at,
Cumavaçoa, town and plain of, described,
rion of amount of relief to the poor, Current (circumvolving), from the north
Pacific into the norih Atlantic, reasons
Davison (John), considerations on the poor
of the reform:ition, 507 --cruelty of the Deschnew's voyage, authenticity of, vindis
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ract, 158-Remarks on his style, ib. 159
164-remarks on it, 166—167.
British, 427, 428.
gant eulogy of, by Lope de Vega, i
of, 367, and note, 368.
notices of, 368, 369—notices
north of Africa, 370.
anticipated by the Spaniards,
description of it, 6, 7.
by the Scottish parliament, 512.
arctic regions, 492.
corps, by Hyder Ali, 57.
land, 186--form of it, 187, 18
Burnet (Bishop), parallel be
Bishop Watson, 230—res
parliament, 259, 260.
graphy of the north-
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Drake (Sir Francis), traditior.ary anecdote character of the Greenlanders, 463–
of, 27, 28--account of Lope de Vega's their language, ib.-sacrifices and labours
of the Danish missionaries, 484—horticul-
ture of Greenland, ib.-mineralogy, 485.
Gregorian correction of the calendar, ac-
count of, 497, 498.
Guacharo, cavern of, described, 144, 145.
Islands, 308-comparison of his work
count of his interview with a Corean
duct of the Scottish bishops, 523, 524. 314-arrival at Loo Choo, ib.-bospita-
course of the English with them, S16–
account of Madera, an interesting is-
lander, 317-319-affecting departure
from them, 320, 321--remarks on the
character and manners of these islanders,
Handel, character of, 98.
his early love of music, 74-account of
his musical education, 74-76-com-
poses music for the Devil on two Sticks,
sio, 78-enters into the service of the
ment, 81-anecdotes of his piety, loyalty,
and patriotism, 81, 82-honourable tri-
tion to the river Zaire, biographical no- mode of composing, 83—parallel between
Haydn and Mozart, 97, 98.
spear's plays, 458-remarks on his a hose
and on his style, 459-strictures on his
pated victory of the Spanish Armada, 400-Hamlet, 461-Romeo and Juliet,
and the Merchant of Venice, ib. 409-
ice from the eastern coast of, 200-ac- Shakspt are's immorality, refuted, 463%
on M. de Humboldt's style of narration,
186--description of the mountains of