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GENERAL INDE X.
VOL. XVI. NEW SERIES.
situde in the fame and influence of
of il among the Jews, 520.
Abbadie on the deity of Christ, extract
502; three dialogues on, 565, el seq. ;
not always connected with virtue, 566.
seq. ; enthusiasm and courage of the
North Georgia Gazette and Parry.
translation of, 240, 1; singular vicis-
Baillie's, Joanna, metrical legends, 498,
et seq. ; remarks on author's preface,
Lord Jolm of the Enst, ib.
a tour on the continent, 282, el seq. ;
Sardinia, ib. ; le Rafficelle des chats, ib.
ages, 50. el s19.; see Arctic Voyages. .
life, 336, et seq.; on what rests the
the death of Herod, 341; author's rea- 487; fatal influence of the act of sun
premacy, as regards civil and reli-
pretation of Luke ii. 2, ib. ; author's clergy, 501 ; general remarks on the
&c. 350 ; internal marks of veracity Bunyan, admirable tendency of his al-
leged contra:liction between Luke and
agaivst Unitarians, 546, et seg. ; ad-
genius of, 168; trne monument of, certain advocates of orthodoxy, 546;
from his power, 413; meanness of, 547; Dr. Hales's denunciation of Uni-
tarians, 548 ; dissent a part of their
196; geography of, 204; notes mode of conducting the controversy,
fairness, 551; attack in Monthly
of, ib. ; ancient language uf, 325; in- reviewer, ib.; note.
Cheltenham waters, Gibney's guide to,
et seq. ; modern date of religions li. Children's books, remarks on, 557, e
Chronology of the New Testament, re-
Bistory, see Brook aod Hughes.
isten ; "general character of the work,
of Paglia, 386 ; mock-judges and mock.
pre-eminent interest of Grecian his
vations on the work, 142.
Thesis as to the formation of, 208.
perfections, remarks on, 110,
the recent struggle, 397.
pelago, 228, et seq.; commanding po-
sition and advantages of the chain of
of the five natural divisions of the
tures, 237; barbarism and perfidy in
al Brambanan, 240.
port of the, 256, 260.
tices of, 332, et seq. ; poem on the mas-
encre of, 335.
parentage of, 98 ; his early proficiency,
Dalzels lectures on the Greeks, 121, el
seq. ; utility of classical studies, 191;