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Missionary, 293, 453, poliiical, gious opinions, 18; form of go-
vernment, 19; legislation, 20;
Inventions, new : walking on water, arts and manufactures, 21.
188; horizontal direction of bal- Manufactures: liquor from mountain
loons, 189; globes in relief, ib.; ashberries, 185; Sherbet, 186.
boat without sails, oars, or steain Mason, Rev. Dr. (of New York)
apparatus, ib. ; machinery for notice of him, 398.
sweeping streets,ib.; raising water, Memoirs of Professor Lee, of
ib. imitation of oriental manu- Cambridge, 121; Dean Milner,
scripts, ib.; instruments for per- 244; Sir Joseph Banks, 258,
spectives, ib.; to render provisions 361.
incorruptible, 407 ; vessels not Milner, Dean, memoir of his life,
submergible, ib.; mode of saving 244; his early occupation as a
persons from drowning, 408; ap- weaver, ib.; is educated at his
paratus to impel boats without brother's expense, 245; assists
oars, ib.; printing presses, ib. ; his brother in his school, ib.; dis-
luminous direction posts, ib.; per- tinguishes himself at college, ib.;
anibulator, ib., sight preservers,
chosen Jacksonian professor of
410; instrument for teaching mu- chemistry, 246 ; acquaintance
sic, 411; polymorphoscope, ib. ; with Mr. Pitt and Mr. Wilber-
force, ib.; elected president of
Johnston, sir Alexander, communi- Queen's College, Cambridge, ib.;
cations from him, 33, 267.
his conduct in that office, 247 ;
Juan, Don, review of the first canto made Dean of Carlisle, ib.; elected
Lucasian professor of mathematics,
248; his vice-chancellorship, ib.;
his writings, ib.; ill state of his
bealth, ib.; last illness and death,
Lee, professor, review of two serm 249; character, 250; religious
preached by him at Shrewsbury, opinions, 252 ; fraternal affec-
119; account of his life, and ex- tion, 255.
traordinary attainments,121; com- Missionary Intelligence: - Society
pared with the admirable Chric- for Promoting Christian know-
ton, 123 ; his present occupations, ledge, 206, 223; Society for the
128; his defence of the education Propagation of the Gospel in Fo-
of the lower classes, ib.; cha- reign Parts, 453; Moravian Mis-
racter of his sermons, 133.
sions, 224; Baptist Missions,
Letters, original ones, from Rev. 225, 423, 453; Wesleyan Mis-
Philip Henry, 308; Rev. Matthew sions, 201, 228; Church Mission-
Henry, 311; archbishop Dawes, ary Society, 202, 228, 459; Lon-
312; colonel Gardener, ib.; Rev. don Missionary Society, 204, 226,
James Hervey, 313.
450; Glasgow Missionary So-
List of new publications, 193, 413. ciety, 227; American Board of
Literary intelligence-establishment Foreign Missions, 228; Home
of a society for the fine arts at Missionary Society, 204; United
Birmingham, 220; undertaking- Foreign Missionary Society in
new grand map of France, 192. America, 230; American Baptist
Longevity, instances of, 215, 6, 7, 8, Missions, 231; Episcopal Mis-'
220, 446, 9, 450, 2, 3.
sionary Society in America, ib.;
Basle Missionary Institution,
Monumental Inscriptions to the
Malays, their character, 269; of Su- Memory of Great and Good Men,
removal to Coggeshall 347 ; jour-
ney to Ireland and Scotland, ib;
Natural History:-Rein Deer, 186; appointment - to the deanery of
Indian Wild Ass, 187; Unicorn, Christ church, ib; to the vice-
406; Sagacity of a Dog, ib.; Mer chancellorship of Oxford, 348;
conduct in the government of the
Necroglogical Retrospect of the year University, 349; election as mem-
ber of Parliament, ib.; conduct
New York, Report of its Female after the death of Cromwell, 350;
Missionary Society, 15, 379. retirement from public life, ib.;
death, 351; character, ib.
Owen, Mr.; meeting in Lanarkshire
to consider his plan for the relief
of the poor, and working classes,
Obituary of Mr. John Scott, 211; 208.
Richard Twiss, Esq., 213; M. de
Fontanes, ib., Earl of Carhamp-
ton, ib.; Admiral Bligh, 216;
Rev. Noah Blackburn, 217; W. Park, Mungo, poem on his death,
Stevenson, Esq., 218; Mrs. Pi 175, 899.
ozzi, 219; Dr. Bateman, 220; Philanthropic intelligence,provincial,
Dr. James Gregory, 221; Mar 219,5, 216, 221, 2, 448,450,452;
quess of Londonderry, 222; Rev. state of the public hospitals in
Dr. Neilson, ib.; Napoleon Buo London, 209; proccedings of phi-
naparte, 433; Charles Alfred lanthropic institutions; society for,
Stothard, Esq., F.A.S., 444; Kea the relief of the Houseless Poor,
Kang Emperor of China, 446; 206 ; African Institution, 207 ;
Prince Charles of Hesse Rothen Royal Humane Society, ib.; Free
berg, ib.; Dr. James Carmichael masons' Female School, ib.; West-
Smith, 447; Thomas Morgan, minster Irish Free School, ib.;
LL.D., ib.; Abel Worth, Esq., Floating Hospital for Seamen,
448; Oliver Cromwell, Esq., 449; 209; Society for the Encourage-
Sir Francis Milman, 450; Rev. ment of Female Servants, sh.;
Dr. Ford, 451; Rev. Peter Gon Royal Universal Dispensary for
dolphy, 452; Rev. Daniel Au Children, ib.; London Female
gustus Beaufort, LL.D., 453. Penitentiary, 210.
Ordinations, 214,5,6,8,9, 221,449. Phenomena and curious productions
Original letters, from Rev. Philip of nature; productive stalk of
Henry, 308; Rev. Matthew Henry, wheat, 186; rare birds in Eag-
311; Archbishop Dawes, 312; land, ib. ; ernption of a volcano,
Colonel Gardiner, ib.; Rev.James ib.; atmospheric phenomenon,
187; immense diamond, ib.; large
Orme, Rev. William, review of his block of amethyst, ib. ; huge mass
memoirs of the life of Dr. John of native iron, ib.; volcano in the
Owen, 315, commended 315, 347; inoon, 188; the unicorn, 406; a
its detects 319,352 ; his partiality mermaid, 407 ; rare plants in the
to the Independents, 344, 6.
botanical garden at Glasgow, ib.
Owen, Dr. John, review of memoirs Poetry :-what is poetry, a vision,
of his life by Orme, 315; bis 54; the death of Mungo Park,
descent, ib.; edacation, 316; re-
tirement from Oxford, 319; con-
Population — review of Godwin's
version, 320; first publication, treatise on, 86; refutation of Mr.
322; views of toleration, 322, 347, Maltbus's theory upon the sub-
9; settlement at Fordham, 323, ject, 86, 89, 92, 102, 9; in China,
95, 130; India, 96; South Ame- vice over the body of a Dissenter,
rica, 97; Sparta, 98; Rome, 99; 217 ; appointment of an additional
North America, 102, 110; Swe- service at Brighton church by the
den, 103; England and Wales, king, 220.
105; Holland, 105, 112; France, Retrospect, political, 231, 460; ne-
105; the idea of its redundancy crological of the year 1820, 235.
Review of Godwin on population,
Political Retrospect, 231, 400.
86; two sermons preached at
Preaching in the streets, proceedings Shrewsbury by professor Lee,
against Mr. Waller for it, 424. 109; Prince Hoare's memoirs of
Presbyterians, proofs of their former Granville Sharpe, 134; the im-
provement of English roads urged,
Prisons, account of various, 216, 151; Orme's memoirs of Dr.
Owen, 315; Don Juan, canto I.,
Prize question of the Medical So- 353.
ciety of Paris, 191.
Roads, review of a pamphlet on
Publications, list of new ones, 193, their improvement, 151.
Roscoe, Mr., his remonstrances
against solitary imprisoninent,
Raffles, sir Thomas Stamford, com-
munications from hiin, 1, 9, 284;
his instructions to the committee Scott, John, account of him, 211.
for promoting the education of Sharp, Granville, review of Hoare's
the natives of Sumatra, 9; letters Memoirs of him, 134; his early
to him from the school com- life, 136; direction of his exertions
mittee of Bencoolen, 13, 16, 26; to aineliorate the condition of
letter from him to the committee, African slaves, ib.; successful ex-
ertions in behalf of Jonathan
Rajàvali, translation of the, from the Strong, 137 ; of Hylas, 138; of
Cinghalese, 33, 267.
J. Somerset, ib.; his publications
Religious institutions, proceedings 136, 7, 9, 141, 3; refusal to enter
of - Sunday School Society for into holy orders, 137 ; honorable
Ireland, 201; British and Foreign resignation of his situation in the
Bible Society, 202; Prayer Book Ordnance office, 139; controversy
and Homily Society, 203; London with Dr. Johnson on the lawful.
Society for Promoting Christianity ness of impressing, 140; exertions
arnongst the Jews, ib.; London in favour of American indepene
Hibernian Society, ib.; London dence, 141, 3; for the abolition
Itinerant Society, ib.; Port of of the slave-trade, 142, 3, 5;
London Society, 304, 423; Naval procures the establishment of the
and Military Bible Society, ib.; colony of Sierra Leone, 144; bis
Merchant 'Seaman's Auxiliary character, 149; independence,
Bible Society, 206; Cambrian So- 138; active charity, 147 ; mo-
ciety, ib.; Sunday School Union, desty, 146; private character, ib.;
121; Protestant Society for the piety, 148; death, 149.
Protectiou of Religions Liberty, Stafford, Rev. Ward, report to the
ib.; Continental Society, 422 ;
Female Missionary Society of
Church of England Tract Society, New York, 153, 379.
423; intelligence;-proceedings Stothard, Charles Alfred, account
against Mr. Samuel Waller for of him, 444.
preaching in the streets, 424; re- Stuart, Rev. Moses, of Andover,
fusal of a ininister of the church N. A., communication fruin bim,
of England to read the burial ser- 395.
Sumatra, account of the Battas, a
race of cannibals in its interior,
1; sketch of the present condi-
tion of its native population, 9.
Vaccination in China, 190.
University intelligence; Cainbridge,
215, 448; Edinburgh, 223.
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