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ABACUS, the ancient, 11

Sect. II. Cuins and medals in a ca-

Advantages, balance of, in different binet-Greek medals-their cha.

conditions of life, 102

racteristics-civil and monarchical

of bodily labour, 228

-Greek imperial coins-Roman

Adversity, 3

medals-consular and imperial-

nses of, 192

colonial coins-coins of other na.

Advice !o ill-natured people, 100

tions-bracteates, 84

Affections, cultivation of the, 21

Sect. III. Modern coins-foreign

the, heightened by religion, 79 coins--Anglo-Gallic coins, 161

Affliction, 3, 131

Ecct. IV. Anglo-Saxon coins-eccle-

Amicable Ceremonies, I., 158-II., 125 siastical coins-Norman coins-
Analogy of vegetable and human life, Peter's pence-coins used in Eng.

land till the reign of Charles II. -

Ancient crypts, 9

coins once nsed for legal fees

Egyptian custom, 38

coinage of Charles II-bad state
philosophers, maxims of the, 93 of the coinage at the Revolution-
A necrlote of Sir Ralph Abercrombie, 8 Thomas Simon-introduction ol
Animal food!, 91

the mill and screw-copper money
Animals, effects of music pou, 99

-alloy of metals-Scotch and
Aristippis, remark of, 150

Irish money, 162
Art of story-telling, 232, 233

Sect. V. Modern medals-Papal
Artificial flowers, manufacture of, 244 medals-Spanish and French
Automaton Figures, I., 63-II., 69

medals—comparison of ancient and
Avoidauce of vicious society, 21

modern medals-Euglish medals

-coronation medals, 166

Balance of advantages in different con. Sect. VI. Study of coins and medals

ditions of life, 102

- Pembroke collection-utility of

Bank-notes, invention of, by the Chi. medals-counterfeit medals-cabi.

Dese, 114

nets-medallions and medalets

Banks of the Thames, I., 301-II., 223 preservation of coins and medals,

Fragality the daughter of prudence, 196 | Maunday, on the custom of the, 133

Fruit, waxea, 227

Maxims of the ancients, 93

Funerals in China, 112

Memory, 181

Mind of man, perverseness of the, 78

Gamester, the, 236

Misapplication of the term

Garden Herbs :-

science," 248

I. Chamomile, 27

Mississippi scheme, the, 13

II. Rue, 117

Moderation in argument, 40
III. Wormwood, 182

Moldavia and the Moldavians, 153

IV. Savory-Horehouad, 241

Months, Rural Sports for the :-

Generosity and justice, 16

1. January, 38

Gingerbread, 155

II. February, 76

Glass, soluble, 183

III. March, 116

Gloves, a brief history of, 151

IV. April, 155

Glue, on the manufacture of, 71

V. May, 197

Goveroment of the universe, 7

VI. June, 245
Grounds untilled and wits unrestrained, Moral feeling and cleanliness, con-
196

nexion between, 147
Guyana, British, I., 177–11., 185—III., Mother's love, 110
193—IV., 205_V., 217

Mount Ossa, description of, 73

Mouse-ear scorpion-grass, 224
Habit, 136

M. Kemousat and his children, 21

Haoseatic League, brief Account of the: Mushrooms, 55

1. Historical latroduction, 249

Music, effects of, upon animals, 99

II. Formation of the Hanseatic

League, 250

Obstinate man, the, 232

III Commercial advantages of the Old English Mansions :

League, 251

1. Wroxtou Abbey, 2

IV. Extent and internal government II. Knole, 90
of the League, 252

III. Littlecontes, 130
V. Monopoliziog spirit of the Hanse Optical Illusions, I., 203-II., 229–

-I11., 233-IV., 241
Beja poor, in Hindostan, 140

Conduct of life determined by slight

Brlier in snpernatural appearances, 38 circumstances, 157

Benevolence, 30

Conscience, 69

spirit of, 60

misapplication of the term,

Birds, song of, 103

248

Boat launch, the, 34

Constantinople, burnt pillar at, 12

Bodily labour, its advantages, 228 Convallaria majalis, 173

Bones, Napier's, 11

Counters, origia and use of, 239

British Guyana, l., 177–11., 185-III., Cowries, 80

193-IV., 205–V., 217

Credulity, 32

Brocarie, 54

Crypts, ancient, 9

Burnt illar at Constantinople, 12 Cuckoo, the, 115

Cultivation of the affections, 21

Calculating Machines :-

of plants and flowers, 179

1. Napier's bones ; the Abacus, 11 Custom of the ancient Egyptians, 38

II. The apparatiis of Sanderson,

of the Mauuday, 133

Gersten, and Pascal, 28

INT. Babbage's calculatiug engine, 52 Death of friends, Christian consolation

Caddis, or Spring fly, 223

on the, 190

Canora and his Works, I., 18-11., 50, Deity, considerations on the, 150

III., 66

Development of truth, 64

Ceremonies, Amicable, I., 158–11., 195 Diseases. imaginary, 36
Chains of vice, 248

Discontented people, 96
Chamomile, 27

Do stones grow? 219

Chess :-

Dog, the, 21

I., II. Origin and antiquity of the Domestic remedies, 24

game, 7, 20

Druidical remains in England, 189

III., IV. Ancient chess-men disco.

vered in the Isle of Lewis, 37, 60 Early rising, 64

V., VI, Origin of the names of Effects of music upon animals, 99

chess-men, 78, 101

Eloquence, advantages of, 229

VII., VIII., IX., X., XI., Chess. Encaustic painting. 230

writers and players, 132, 148, 171, England, Druidical remains in, 187

188, 920

overland journey from India

XII. Biographical sketch of Phi.

to, 41, 121, 201

lidor, 237

English and Indian landscapes, 150
Child, the, 155

Enjoyment, the true test of possession,
an extraordinary, 68

236
Children, proper encouragement of, 144 Euler, the mathematician, 207
China, use of tea in, 35

Evening, 160
Chinese, the inventors of bank-notes, Evil, suffering, 247
114

Examination of the evidences of Reve.
dinners, 104

lation, 152
feast of lanterns, 96

Excellence, foundation of, 63
funerals, 112

Extraordinary child, an, 68

Christian consolation on the death of

friends, 190

Faith and Hope, 79

fear and faith, 68

Fashion, 55
Christianity, precision and definite. Fetish, the, 96
ness of, 118

Flaxman and his Works, I., 106-11.,
reasonableness of, 11

146—111., 170
Churches in London, 149

Flies, poisonous, 152
Circumstances, 21

Flowers, manufacture of artificial, 244
Cleanliness and moral feeling, con- Fly, the Spring. 223
nexion between, 147

Forest, considerations on a, 131
Coins, ancient and modern, Some Ac. Forget-me-not, the, 224
count of:

Fresh-water Fish:

Introduction, 81

Introduction, 119

Sect. 1. Medals and Coins distin. I., II. The Salmon, 137, 174

guished-metals of which they are III. The Trout, 191

made-peculiarities of coining- IV. The Jack, or Pike, 199

sizes-parts of a medal—subjects V. Tie Perch, 247

of medals-portraits-reverses of Fretfulness, 16

medals-remarkable coins-titles Friends, Christian consolation on the

on coins and medals, 82

death of, 190

merchants, and its consequences, III., 235

253

Overland Journey from India to Eng-

VI. Decline and fall of the Hansea.

land:

tic League, 254

First Route.- By way of the Persian

Happiness, temporal or eternal, choice Gull, through Persia and Russia,

of, 186

to St. Petersburgh, 41

and misery, 228

Second Route.- Hy way of the Per.

Hare hope, 155

sian Gulf, Persia, Armenia, Asia

Home, love of, 7, 115

Minor, and Constantinople, to

Honey, poisonous, 108

Europe, 121
Hope, 139

Third Route.-By way of Lahore,
Horehound, 241

Caubul, Bokhara, Toorkmania,
Hornbeam, the, 231

Khorasan, and Persia, to the Black

Hot cros: buns, 144

Sea, 201

Human and vegetable life, analogy of Owyhee, volcano of, 4

144

Hungary water, 3

Pachalic of Joannina, 5

Hypochondriacism, 131

Painting, encaustic, 230

Parental tenderness, 248

Icebergs, 75

Pedants, various kinds of, 192

Ichneumon, the, 109

Persian amusements, 104

Ill-natured people, advice to, 100 Perverseness of the mind of man, 78

Ilusions, Optical, 1., 203-11., 228 Pest, Spring fair at, 30

III., 235

Philosophy

not opposed to Revelation,

Imaginary diseases, 36

136

Imitation from I. Kings, xix, 11, 12-23 Physic, 27

India, overland journey from, to Evg. Physical powers, necessity for their

land, 41, 121, 201

cultivation, 110

Indian and English landscapes, 150

and moral life, 76

Infantile poem, 56

Plants and flowers, cultivation of, 179

Infidel speculations, 60

Pleasures, 208

Ischil, salt mountains of, 35

Poisonous Articles of Food :

I. Mushrooms, 55

Jerboa, the

II. Animal food, 91

Joannina, Pachalic of, 5

III. Poisonous honey, poisonous

Journey, overland, from India to Eng. grain, spurred rye, 108

land, 41, 121, 2013

Poisonous flies, 159

Justice and generosity, 16

Porcopine, the, 68

Possession, enjoyment the true test of,

Knole, in Kent, 90

36

Knowledge and virtue, 87

Power of truth, 141

Prayer, 36

Landscapes, English and Indian, 150 Prejudice, 30

Lanterns, Chinese feast of, 96

Present and the future, 192

League, Hanseatic, account of the, 249 Preservation of timber, 221"

Leibnitz, life of, 97

Productiou of designs by stamping, 59

Lily of the valley, 173

Proud man, the, 184
Littlecoates, in Wiltshire, 129

Prudence the mother of frugality, 196
London, churches in, 149

Prudent advice, 3

Love, a mother's, 110

of God the true foundation of Rainbow, the, 115

philanthropy, 60

Real kuowledge, 8

of home, 7

Reasonableness of Christianity, 11

in the poor, 115

Religion, 79, 196

Lyun, lown of, 25

Resolution, 92

Resurrection, the, 150
Machines, calculating, 11, 28, 52 Revenge, pleasure of forbeariog. 235
Magpie, the, 31

uujustifiableness of, 150
Malicious wit, 183

Rome, under the emperors, 19

Mansious, Old English:

Rue, 117

1. Wroxton Abbey, 2,

Rural Sports for the Months :
II. Kuole, 90

I. January, 38

III. Littlecoates, 129

II. February, 76

Manufacture of artificial flowers, 244 III. March, 116,

of glue, 71

IV; April, 155

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INDEX TO THE EIGHTEENTH VOLUME.

Rural Sports for the Monthg :-

V. May, 197
VI. Juue, 215

Soluble glass, 183
Somnambulism, singular cases of, 61
Song of birds, 103
Sorrow, 3
Spiders, silk from, 99
Spirit of benevolence, 60
Spring fair at Pest, 30
Spring-lly, the, 223
Siamping, production of designs by,

59
Stones, their asserted growth, 219
Story telling, the art of, 232, 235
Sturgeon, the, 92
Suffering eril, 247
Suliot hills, the, 33
Saliuts and Ali Pacha, 57
Supernatural appearances, Belief in,

38

Unkindness, 64
Use of tea in China, 35

in various countries, 110
Vaccination, 149
Valley, lily of the, 193
Vegetable kingilom, principle of repro-
duction in the', 160

and human life, analogy of,

Salmon, the, 137, 174
Salt mountains of Ischil, 35
Savory, 241
Self-goverument, 23

improvement, 60

kuowledge, 179
Seven wonders of the world, the, 94
Shark, character of a, 240
Shell-fish, silk from, 133
Shoe buckles, 141
Silk irom sheli tish. 133
- from spiders, 99
Silphium, 102
Small-pox, History of, and of the means

for its Prevrution :-
I. Origin and progress ; introduction

of inociation, 15
11. Discovery of vaccination; its
progress on

the Continent; re-
vaccination, 21

Thames, Banks of the. I., 201-11., 295

-I11., 233—IV., 241
Thank-offering, 92
This earth not our rest, 99
Timber, preservation of, 221
Trifles, 102
Trout, the, 191
True devotion, 34

patriotism, 131
philosophy not opposed to Revela.

tion, 136
Truth, desclopment of, 64

immortality of, 27

power of, 141
Turkey and the Turkish provinces :-

1. Pachalic of Joannina, 5
II. The Suliot hills, Albania, 33
111. Ali Pacha aud the Suliots, 57
IV, Mount Ossa, &c., in the province

of Trikhala, 73
V. Moldavia a d the Moldavians,

157

Velvet, 24
Vice, chains of, 248
Volcanos of Ow ghee, 4
Waxen fruit, 297
Wire drawing, 1., 143-11., 180
Wit, malicionis, 183
Wits unrestrained and grouudsin.

tilled, 196
Woman, 115
Wonders of the world, the seven, 94
Wormwood, 182
Wroxton Abbey, 2

Tattooing. 107
Tea, use of, in China, 35

-- in various countries, 110
Temporal or eterual happiness, choice

of, 186

Universe, government of the, 7

INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.

Coins :

Old English mansions, 1, 89, 129
Optical illusione, illustrations of, 203,

228, 235, 236
Otter, the, 197

AFGHAN national dance, 213
Alfred, coin ol, 102
Alurs on Roman coins, 84
Amphipolis, coin of, 85
Ancient chess-meu, 37,60
Autioch, cuille 84

in Pisidia, coin of, 86
Antiochus V., cuiu of, 85

VI., coin of, 33

VII, coin of, 85
А pamean medal, 167
Apollo, head of, on oin of Amphi-

polis, 85
Asia Minor, Tokat, in, 121
Atraip, mountains of, 185
Augustus, head vf, vu coin of Antioch,

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Babbage's calculating engine, portion

of 53
Bank-slote, Chinese, 113
Baptism of Constantine the Great,

mulai commemorating, 88
Brjapoor, iu liindostiul, 110

reat gunal, 141
Bearticene, trom Canova, 17
Bishop', clogs, as desigued by Flax.

mail, 173
Bray, village of, 233
Breakfast, a Persian, 125
British coins, 83

Guyana, views in, 177, 185, 193,
205, 217

Hare, the, 116
Harold, 162

in her form, 117
Henry 1, 163

Harold, coin of, 162
II., 103

Harpies, victory of Hercules over the,
Jewish, 83, 87

medallion commemorating the, 81
Macerloniau, 84

Henry I., coin of, 163
Oita, king of Mercia, 163

-- Il, coin of, 163
Persian, 87

Hercules' victory over the Harpies, me-
Phavician. 89

dallion commemorating the 81,
Roman, 81, 86

Hornbeam, leaf aud catkins of the,
Simon's Trial piece, 161

232
William II, 163

House-top, Eastern dormitory on the, 48
vollege, Eton, 241

Hut and canoes, of the uatives of Bri.
Columbus, medal in honour of, 167

tish Guyana, 217
* Comfort ye the fatherless and the
witlow,"

group by Flaxman, 169 Ichneumon, the, 109
Common fox, the, 76

Illusions, optical, illustrations of, 203,
Commonwealth, coin of the, 165

229. 235, 236
Constantine the Great, medal com- Ipstruction, from Canova, 49

memorating the baptism of, 88
Constantinople, burut pillar at, 13 Jassy, public promenade at, 153
Cowiies, 80

Jerboa, the, 64
Crypt in Lastingham chuteh, 9

Jewish coins and medals, 83, 87
Cunobeline, coins of, 83

Jounina, 5
Danee, national, of the Afghans, 213 King, chess, designed by Flaxman, 132
Daric, a Persiau coin, 87

King William the Fourth's Cataract,
Deer, red, 156

Lssequibo, 205
Draught players, from an Egyptian Koights, chess, designed by Flaxman,
painting, 20

183

Knole, gallery over the hall 16, 89
Eastern dormitory on the house top, Kvords exercising, 198

48
Edward the Confessor, cuin uf, 162 Lastingham church, crypt in, !
Lybert, coin of, 162

Leibnitz's house in Hanover, 97
Elizabeth, coin of, 163, 164

Littlecoates, interior of the hail at, 129
Ephesus, coin of, 83

Lubeck, view of, 256
Essequibo river, William IV.'s Ca-

Hanseatic rath-house, 249
taract, 203

Lyun, St. Nicholis chapel, 25
Ethelbert, coin of, 162
Ethelred of Keut, coin of. 162

Macedonian coins, 84
of Northumberland, styca of, Machinery for wire-drawing, 180
169

Magpie, the, 32
Ethelstan, coin of, 162

Matlard, tlie, 11)
Etou college, 241

Massaroony, view on the, 193

Medals:--
Flaxman, sculptures by, 105, 145, 169, Apamean, 168

cliess, men desinted luy, 132, Baptism of Constantine the Great,
148, 173, 188, 220, 237

Kajah and his vassals, 209
Rath-hous'', Hanseatic, at Lubeck, 249
Red deer, 156
Resignativu, by Flaxman, 105
Rosina mouulaius, ranges of the, 177
Roman coins, altars on, 84

aud medals, 81, 83, 81,
86
Rooks, chess, 101
Rural sports of t!e months, illustra.

lions of, 40, 76, 16, 117, 156, 197
St. Nicholas chapel, Lyon, 25
Salmou, the, 176
Sulmon leap at Pen y Graig, 137
Saunderson's calculating machine, 28
Section exhibiting the structure of vel.

vet, 24
Shekel, the Jewish, 97
Simon's trial piece, 161
Source of the Thames, 901
Sports, rural, of the months, illustra.

tions of, 40, 76, 116, 117, 156, 197
Spring-fly, the, 224
Sturgeon, the, 92
Styca of Ethelred of Northumberland,

162
Suliot hills, the, 33
Suliots, group of, 57
Sultanieh, in Northera Persia, 41

Cadis or Spring fly, the, 224
Calculating machine, Babbage's, 53

Professor Saunder-
son's, 23
Camp, Tourkınan, 216
Cumbin, groups by, 17, 49, 65
Canute, cuiu of, 162
Charity, by Cinova, 65
Chass-meii, ancient, 37, 60

designed by Flaxman, 132,
143, 173, 188, 220, 237
Chess-rooks, iu heraldry, 101
Chinese bank.note, 113
Coins:-

Alfred, 162
Amphipolis, 83
Ancient Britis), 88
Anglo-Saxon, earliest, 162
Autioch, 84

83

Co umbis, 107
Garara, coin of, 87

French, issued by Napoleon, 167
Gallery over the hall at Knole, 89

Harian, 88
Glue, diagram illustrating the manufac- Hercules and the Harpies, 81
tire of, 2

Jewish, 87
Goi angel of Elizabeth, 163

Nero, 83
spur royal of Elizabeth, 164

Vespucci, 167
ten shilling piece of the Common.

Mercia, coin of Ofa, king of, 162
wealth, 165

Monilis, rural sports of the, illustra-
Great guna: Bejapoor, 141

tions of, 40, 6, 116, 117, 156, 197
Group of Saiiors, 57

Mount Ararat, 45
Guyan, British, views in, 177, 183, 193, Mountains of Ataraipa, 185
203, 217

Koaina, 177
Hadrian, medal commemorating his Napier's rods, or bones, 11
victory over the Jews, 88

Napoleon. medal issued by, 167
Hall at Knole. gallery over the, 99 Nacional dance of the Afghaus, 213
- at Littlecontes, interior of the, 129 Nero, medal of, 83
Hapover, Leibnitz's house in, 97
lanseatic rath-house, Lubeck, 249 Offil, king of Mercia, coin of, 7

of Pisidia, 86
Antiochus V. 85

11,83

VII., 85
Canite, 162
Commouwealth, 163
Cuuobeline, 89
Edward the Confessor, 162
Eybert, 162
Elizabeth, 163, 164
Ephesus, 85
Ethelbert, 162
Ethelred of Kent, 162

of Northumberland, 162
Ethelstan, 162
Gadara, 87

Thames, source of the, 201

views on the banks of the, 201,
225, 233
Tokat, in Asia Minor, 121
Toorkunan camp, 216
Trout, the, 192
Velvet, section exhibiting the structure

of, 24
Vespucci, medal in honour of, 167
Victory of Hercules over the Harpies,

medallion commemorating the, 81
View on the Massaroony, 193
William 11., coin of, 163
William the Fourth's cataract, Esse-

quibo, 205
Wire-drawing machinery, 180
Wroxton Abbey, 1

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