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Natural Theology, 213. See Crombie.
Translation of,' by Madame de Châtelet,
of these ephemeral productions, 481.
Lannes, anecdote of, 12.
bill for putting an end to the employ-
ment of children to sweep chimneys, 82.
premature ambition for a seat in Parlia-
arguments of, 214.
Over-production, evils of, 272.
Mackintosh, Sir James, parliamentary
sketch of, 359—his admonition 10 Au-
See Revolutions of 1688 and 1831.
approximations to the place of the, 64.
generous tone of, 296-charitable assist-
ance afforded to the poor by, 297.
facturers of, 391.
nistes, 24-his L'Allegro and Il Pen-
Paris, mortality of, in the revolutionary
years 1793 and 1794, 6.
Griechischen Sprache,' 150.
on the mind, 356.
mance, in two parts, by Henry Taylor,
norance of the construction of Pindar's
Mitchell, Mr., his annotated edition of the
• Acharnenses of Aristophanes, ' 42.
Pindar's fables and histories, 42—object
in debate, 290.
tary sketch of, 358.
the draining of and converting into fertile
the Persian of the Memoirs of the
the French legislative assemblies and
of the Conservative party, 532.
of a translator, 25.
Rabelais, hackneyed stories concerning his
der Hohenstaufen und ihrer Zeit,' 304.
James Mackintosh's History of the
St. Peter's at Rome, impressions on first
Deutsches Wörterbuch,' 147.
in four weeks, 354-first led to write
culiariiies of Irish manners, 485.
his - Venus and Adonis' and · Rape of Lu-
Essays in Prose and Verse,' 285-great
minion and growing influence of the
henstaufen race, 340.
guage, 292—his own epitaph and the
302_Mr. Sharp recommended to fur-
his' Military Memoirs of the Duke of
Physical Sciences, 51-the two me-
Mechanism of the Heavens,' 67—
Arnault, de l'Académie Française, 1. See
their Times,' by Frederick von Raumer,
Talents and temperament, consequences of
want of harmony between, 288.
velde,' a dramatic romance, 365.
the scaffold, 94.
sketch of, 358.
cultural population, 266.
Truth and grandeur, distinction between,
great character, 403.