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INDEX

I N D E 'X.

Adams, Robert, narrative of, 383—author, how discovered, 384-

veracity of, examined, 385_his appearance on return from slavery
described, 388—is shipwrecked on the coast of Africa, and made
prisoner by the Moors, 390-carried to Tombuctoo, 391_descrip
tion of that place, ib. is transferred to various masters, and sufo
fers extreme hardships, 394_remarkable story told him by a ne-
gro woman, 396-is ransomed, and arrives in England, 398.
Æschylus, character of his tragedies, 78.
Africa, important information concerning the interior of, derived from

a poor sailor, 384.
Algiers. See Croker.
Apennines, geological description of, 158.
Aristophanes, character of his comedies, 87.
Attraction of mountains first suggested by Newton, 36-various

methods of ascertaining the quantity of, 37.
Bank of England, inquiry whether the notes of, have experienced

any loss of value, 147.
Barbary, different races of people inhabiting, described, 401.
Bible Society, remarkable concurrence of all different sects in, 62.
Bouguer, M., his methods of ascertaining the quantity of attraction of

mountains, 37-made trial of, on the mountain of Chimboraço, 39.
Brocchi on fossil shells, &c. 156_use of systems in science vindicat-

ed, 157-geological description of the Apennines, 158—of the
smaller hills lying along the foot of that range, 164-of the vale
of Lombardy, 168—its physical structure, how accounted for, 169
--fossil shells and bones found in the Sub-Apennine hills, 174–
the remains of great land animals that now inhabit the torrid zone

found in many parts of Italy, 177.
Brougham, Mr, extracts from his speech on the state of agriculture,

&c., 261.
Brownrigg, General, dethrones the King of Kandy, 434.
Canada, an instance of the good effects of toleration, 57.
Cathelineau first commences hostilities against the Republicans in La

Vendée, 9.
Ceylon, origin of the contest with the King of Kandy in, 431.
Chimboraço, experiments on the quantity of attraction of, 39.
Comedy, ancient, nature and range of the characters introduced in, 88.
Commons, House of, different classes of members described, 376.
Corn, inquiry into the causes of the gradual rise of price of, 137,
Corneille, remarks on some of his works, 91.
Croker on the siavery of Christians at Algiers, 449-inconsistency

of having so long permitted the depredations of the Barbary states,
4.50-lue cause of the forbearance shown towards these robbers,
ib.-miserable condition of the slaves, 451-description of the pri-
sons, 453-ravages of the barbarians, where chiefly committed,
451-consequences to be expected from the late treaty, 455.

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