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Ancient Critical Essays upon English Poets and Poesy. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. Vol. II. 4to. 31. 3s.
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Academical Education, the present state
of, briefly noticed, 275. Adelung Mr.), bis work, called, “ Mi
thridates; or a General History of Languages,” considered, 476-its object described, 477-bis enquiry into, and opinion on, the origin of speech, with remarks, 478–482—the like as to the original seat of the human race, and the seat of paradise, 482, 483—table showing his arrangement of languages, 485 his opinion on the Chinese language considered, 490_his opinion respecting the ancient Getæ, 502—the like as to the Illyrians, 503—his attack on the Welsh resented, 507—his account of the German dialects, 510_ of the Eoglish, ibid.-of the Sclavonian, ibid. -of the languages of the various pations of the north of Asia, 515_of the Caucasian nations, 517-of the vatives of the South Sea Islands and
the Negro races, 520. Eschylus, passage from, quoted, 165Prometheus Vinctus cousidered, 306 -remark on his high character as a dramatic writer, 310_the various interpretations of different editors of
his works considered, 311-323. Africa, a brief remark on an expedie
tion now preparing for the interior
of Africa, 447. Africans, remarkable instances of des.
perate resolution in, when in captivity, 136, 139—their vatural capacity equal to that of Europeans, 137 - their unhappiness in the European Colonies proved, with instances, 138. Albania described, 158--the appearance of the troops there remarked on,
ibid. Alfieri, his reputation as a tragic writer
in Italy described, 325—his claim to the name of a tragic poet considered at some length, 328, 329-the general
character of his tragedies examined,
tragedies, 348-350. Ali Paska, the Albanian chief, description of his life and character, &c. 159_his military force, 160—his revenues and government, ibid.--bis political intelligence and manner of receiving strangers, 161-summary of
bis character, 162, Alluvial Remains, interesting remarks on, in various parts of the world, 47 -important observations on those deposits, 48. Armenian Language, some account of,
518. Arts, their great improvement in the
United States observed on, 413. Athens, elegant description of, 167. Augustin (St.), his method of interpret
ing the Psalms described, 3. Austria, her great importance in the
present state of Europe considered, 225, 226. Author, the first business of one, accord
ing to Dr. Johnson, 275.
B. Bacon (Lord), his philosophical pages
recommended to tbe perusal of the
academical student, 200. Bakewell (Mr.), interesting passage from his Evidence before the Committee of the House of Commons on the stato
of the mad-houses in England, 529. Balance of Power, remarks on the mo
dern signification of, 218-the principal obstacle in the way of, in Europe, removed, 220—the slow progress which has for many years been made in effecting it in Europe ex.
plained, 224. Bali, an Eastern language so called,
history of, 499. Berkeley (Bishop', his doctrine on the
Buonaparte, his decree for abolishing
the slave trade after his landing in
Rassian expedition, 442.
remark by him quoted, 199—his sen-
dency of his poetry, 156—his Hebrew
subject of the philosophy of the hu.
fice of physician to the York Lunatic
his resignation, 550.
amination before the Committee of
complained of, 555.
of its circulation on the minds of the
their dioceses recommended, and the
“ Prometheus Vinctus,” “ Septem
an observation on his Latip style, 324.
the United States of America noticed,
manufactures described, 392,
States, considered, and two remark-
able ones described, 405, 406.
dation there, shewn, 280.
Calmucks, description of the, 451–453
-their religion, called Lamism, de-
-remarkably large drum used in
roads and bridges there complained
state of, described, with remarks on
an important projected one, 404.
grammatical construction, &c, consi-
there, tenure of the lands, incomes of
planters there described, 410.
lity in the negotiations at Vienna for