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Johnson, Dr., 179.
Joly, 143.
Jones, Inigo, 30.

Sir W., 43, 73.
Jonson, Ben, 31, 86, 322.
Jourdain, 143,
Julian, Emperor, 285.
KAY, James, 423.

Mr., 498.
Keats, John, 52.
Keimer, 153, 181.
Keith, Sir W., 153.
Kent, William, 40.
Kepler, 175, 310, 314, 463.
Kirby, J. J., 41.
Kish, M., 441.
Kitto, Dr., 210,
Klingenstierna, 467.
Lalande, 141, 477.
Lambert, J. H., 424.
Landor, Walter Savage, 363.
Langhorn, Major, 533.
Laurent, Auguste, 366.
Lavoisier, 338.
Lawrence, Sir T., 396.
Ledyard, John, 529.
Leibnitz, 16.
Le Maistre, 185.
Lessing, G. E., 439, 443.
Lillo, George, 130.
Linnæus, 31, 141, 403.
Lithgow, William, 527.
Lofft, Capel, 425, 432.
Lomonosoff, M., 31.
Longomontanus, 33.
Lorenzini, L., 185.
Lorraine, Claude, 141, 178, 386.
Lovelace, 188.
Lowry, Mr., 144.
Lowth, Bishop, 247.
Luther, 292.
Lyndhurst, Lord, 363.
Lyndsay, Sir D., 291.
MACCLESFIELD, Earl of, 342.
Maclaurin, 139.
Macquer, 338.
Maddox, Isaac, 33.
Maggi, Jerome, 185.
Magliabecchi, 236.
Mahomet Ali, 363, 539.
Maistre, Le, 185.
Mamolicus, 462.
Manutius, Aldus, 106.

Paul, 108.
Marmontel, 179.
Marr, John, 314.
Mary of Scotland, 187.
Mary-Lafon, M., 218.
Maskelyne, 476.
Matsys, Q., 39, 406.
Mendelsohn, 439.
Mengs, 382.
Metastasio, 29.
Metcalf, John, 205.
Middleton, Dr., 73.
Milner, Dr. Isaac, 33.

Joseph, 33.
Milton, 58, 203.

Mitchell, James, 210.
Mithridates, 59.
Molière, 45.
Montgolfier, J. and S., 12.
More, Sir Thomas, 82.
Morland, Sir Samuel, 481.
Morris, Dr. J., 376.
Moschini, 404,
Moyes, Dr. H., 200.
Mozart, 53.
Murray, Dr. A., 247.
Musculus, W., 175.
NAPIER, John, 308,
Napoleon I., 363.
Navarete, F., 189.
Newcomen, T., 485.
Newton, Sir Isaac, 2, 9, 50, 315, 353, 455, 464.
Nicholas IV., Pope, 450.
Nichols, John, 114.
Nicolai, 443.
Nollet, Abbé, 169, 172, 333.
North, Sir Dudley, 96.
OGILBY, John, 47.
Opie, 29.
Oporinus, 113.
Oswald, John, 90,
Otway, 52.
Ovid, 184.
PAGAN, Count de, 198.
Palaye, Sainte, 46.
Palissy, Bernard, 144.
Palitzch, George, 479.
Palmer, Samuel, 128.
Panckouckes, The, 127.
Papin, Denis, 482.
Pareus, David, 33.
Parini, 30.
Paris, William of, 458.
Parkes, Mr. S., 344.
Parr, Dr., 179.
Pascal, 11, 50, 354.
Pasino, 407.
Paterson, S., 128.
Paucton, 47.
Pendrell, Joseph, 246.
Pennington, Mr. 375.
Perrier, Francis, 178.
Perron, Anquetil du, 143.
Peter the Great, 295.
Phelps, Thomas, 478.
Pico, Giov., Prince of Mirandola, 54, 58.
Pitot, Henry, 46.
Plato, 307, 524.
Politian, A., 54.
Polybius, 78.
Porta, Baptista, 462.
Postellus, W., 176.
Prescott, W. H., 210.
Prideaux, Dean, 243.

Bishop, 30.
Priestley, 339.
Prince, 333.
Proclus, 319.
Protagoras, 24.
Protogenes, 28.
Prynne, William, 185.
Ptolemy, 462.
Publius Syrus, 23.
Purver, Anthony, 245.

Pythagoras, 15, 525.
RALEIGH, Sir W., 186.
Ramsay, Allan, 419.
Ramsden, Jesse, 469.
Ramus, Peter, 31.
Rannequin (see Renkin).
Raphael, 53.
Réaumur, 47.
Renkin, Swalm, 233.
Rennie, John, 141.
Reynolds, Sir J., 385, 400.
Ricardo, D., 103.
Richardson, S., 114.
Riebau, 365.
Rittenhouse, 353.
Robison, Dr. John, 488.
Roebuck, Dr., 494.
Rogers, Samuel, 363.
Roland, Madame, 185.
Rosa, Salvator, 178, 354.
Rothscholtz, F., 127.
Ruddiman, T., 114.
Rugendas, 190.
Ruhnken, David, 22.
Rupert, Prince, 12, 342.
Sachs, Hans, 33.
Saci (see Maistre).
Salinas, F., 204.
Salisbury, John of, 445.
Saunders, Sir E., 31.
Saunderson, N., 189.
Savery, Captain, 483.
Scaliger, Jul. C., 28.

Jos. J., 28.
Scapinelli, 206.
Scapula, John, 110.
Schaeffer, 175.
Scheele, 338, 353.
Schiavone, 41.
Scipios, The, 78.
Selden, John, 82.
Senefelder, 128.
Shakespeare, 260.
Sharpe, William, 41.
Shelley, P. B., 52.
Sidney, Sir P., 52.
Siegen, Colonel, 12.
Simeon, Rev. C., 433.
Simpson, Thomas, 62, 422.
Sleigh, Dr., 437.
Smalley, Mr., 500.
Smart, Christopher, 184.
Smeaton, 333.
Smith, Dr., 378.
Solario, Antonio de, 404.
Solon, 95, 524.
Southey, Robert, 430.
Spagnoletto, Lo, 180.
Speed, 424.
Spence, Rev. J., 239, 429.
Spencer, Jarvis, 386.
Spina, Alexander de, 462.
Stanhope, Earl, 342.
Stanley, John, 204.
Stephens, H., 109.

Stephens, R., 108.
Stewart, John, 527.
Stone, Edmund, 68,

Jerome, 70.
Stowe, 424.
Stuart, James, 528.
Sully, Duke of, 81.
Surrey, Lord, 52.
Swedenborg, 310.
Sylvester II., Pope, 458.
Syrus, Publius, 23.
TAIT, D. G., 210.
Tassie, James, 142.
Tasso, 184.
Taylor, John, 418.
Telford, 231.
Terence, 23,
Thales, 282.
Theden, J. C., 33.
Thew, Robert, 41.
Thierry, Augustin, 214.

Madame, 216.
Thou, President de, 82.
Tieck, Ludwig, 363.
Tilloch, Dr. A., 343.
Toretto, 408.
Torricelli, 11, 50.
Towne, Francis, 41.
Trew, Dr., 403.
Tschirnhausen, 325.
Tytler, James, 181,
URQUHART, Sir Thomas, 317.
Vancouver, 94.
Vauban, Marshal, 342.
Vega, Lope de, 27.
Vernet, 141.
Villars, 143.
Voerda, N. de, 190.
Volta, 338, 356.
Vondel, J. Van den, 46, 162.
WALKER, Robert, 521.

ler, Edm., 57.
Walton, Izaak, 128.
Watt, Gregory, 354.

James, 480, 487.
Wayne, Mr., 376.
Wellington, Duke of, 363.
West, Benjamin, 371.
White, Dr. J., 33.

H. K., 430.
Wilberforce, Mr., 433.
Wild, Henry, 242.
Williams, Anna, 208.

Mr., 376.
Wilson, 384.
Winckelman, 25, 175.
Worcester, Marquis of, 342, 481.
Wright, R , 387.
Wyatt, Mr., 500.

Sir T., 52.
XIMENES, Cardinal, 177.
ZABAGLIA, N., 233.
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