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Stove, Pollock's patent, description of, Natives of, ib. Otaheite, 335. Ulitea, 123.
and his dangers there, ib. Sandwich Strafford, lord, character of, 307.
islands, 338." Return to Otaheite, 339. Strutt, Joseph, his Queen-Hoo Hall and Their manners and customs, ib. ReAncient Times, 185.
turn to Port Jackson, 340. And to Sulphur, its use as a vermifuge, 355. England, 341. Character of the work, Suworoff, first enrolled in the Russian ib.
army as a fusileer, 60. Simplicity of Typographical Errours, 349.
Vic, Dominique de, anecdote of, 132. Swallow, a poem by Charlotte Smith, 137. Vienna, Sketches of, 119. Population,
Observations on the Brumal retreat of, 120. Climate, ib. Water, ib. Costume, reviewed, 407.
121. Institution of the deaf and dumb, Swiss Military System, 273.
122. Oriental academy, ib. Edict for Swords, British improvement in the ma burying without coffins, 123.
nufacture of, 271. Method of proving, 272.
Wade, Marshal, anecdote of, 134.
Warburton, misrepresentation of, 179. Tamahama, king of Whahoo, character Warsaw, a noble family of, 361. of, 338.
Wheat, experiments as to the diseases of: Tea tree in blossom, 350.
257. Teleology, or doctrine of final causes, 251. extraordinary produce of, 432. Thames Police, originated by Harriott, 9. Whistle for it, a comick opera, 185. Thompson, Miss Horatia Nelson, 402. White, Henry Kirke, poetry by, 285. Thornton, colonel, review of his Sporting Wilberforce opposes the slave trade, 320.
Tour, general character of, 100. Ac. Wilkinson's account of the city of Baku count of fishing, 102.
and Place of Fire, 275. Tippoo Saib, his palace, 83. His military Wilson's American Ornithology, 48, 110. character, 84.
Woman, or Ida of Athens, reviewed, 394. Turnbull's Voyage round the World, re Wool, Spanish, quantity of, imported into
viewed, 332. Purpose of it, 333. England, 387.
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