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tion of, 110, 111-goes to Rome, 112—
bis reception and patrons there, ib.—
list of his productions, with remarks, 113,
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therein should be separated, and form
detached museums, as in France, 156—
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pared with those of the Bodleian library
at Oxford, and certain foreign libraries,
157-liberal admissions now given to
the British Museum, 158—improvements
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'Beauties of Wiltshire,' 312, 313-and
the Beauties of England and Wales,'
314-plan and character of that work, ib.
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bury Cathedral, 319-349. See Salis-

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of Salisbury cathedral, 319-349.
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veyancing, 542, 543.

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which he lived, 458-inveteracy of the


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of his political enemies, 461, 462-early documents, 266-but to be examined
parliamentary career of Mr. Burke, 463 with great caution, and why, 267-270.

-remarks on his conduct during the Ame-Children, number of, born at Paris, between
rican war, 464-procures the publication
of debates and proceedings in parliament,
465-his disinterested exertions in behalf
of Ireland, 465, 466-reform in public
accounts procured by him, 467-wisdom
of his suggestions in behalf of negro
slaves, ib. 466-his conduct during the
trial of Mr. Hastings, 460-integrity of
his subsequent political conduct, 470—
vindication of his conduct and sentiments
respecting the French revolution, 471-
474-Mr. Burke vindicated from the
charge of venality, 474-and of political
treachery, 475, 476-his influence, both
as an orator and as a writer, examined,
476-480-value and importance of his
political writings, 480, 481-their moral
tendency, 482 vindication of Mr.
Burke's writings from the charge of ex-
aggeration, 482-485-his estimable
private character, 486, 487.

1815 and 1824-454-remarks thereon,
ib. 455-number of deaths, during the
same period, 455-remarks thereon, ib.

Chronicles of the Anglo-Saxous, sources of,
270-275-characters of the principal
chroniclers, 276-282.


Chronology of the Anglo-Saxon historians,
strictures on, 296, 297.
Chronometers, English, superiority of, 77.
Cibber's sculpture, remarks on, 123.
Civilization, origin and progress of, 57-
in England it preceded France by more
than a century and a half, 47-57, 58.
Clapperton, (Captain) arrival of, in the in-
terior of Africa, 604, note.
Climate of Sumatra, 104.
Coal district of England, geological obser-
vations on, 533–535.

Coldwell (Bishop of Salisbury), notice of,


College of Surgeons, account of the Museum
of, 160, 161.

Cambridge Philosophical Society, notice Colman and Kemble, notice of the dispute

of, 169.

between, 232.


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