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Abercrombie, General, his declaration of the licentiousness of the

soldiery in Ireland, 287.
Accum, Mr, his Treatise on Adulterated Provisions, 131_his exa-

mination of the articles most commonly counterfeited, 135—va-

luable character of this work, 139.
Act, Mr Gilbert's, points out the number of charities in five Eng-

lish counties, 112.
Adam's Letters on Silesia, opinion of, 413.
Addison, character of, 327.
Admiralty, droits of, origin and use of, 478.
Adulteration of Provisions, and by whom practised, 134—of bread,

136–of wine, 137—of malt liquors, 140-of beer, 141--of pep-

per, 143.

Agriculture and manufactures, fundamental distinction between, 181.
Aid, parochial, in Scotland, its inefficacy to relieve the present dis-

tresses, 393.
Alarms, recent, 187-evidence of, how to be collected, 199—ru-

mours of disaffection, 200—quotations from the Report of, ib.--to-
tally groundless, 222—reasons which show the danger imaginary,

Allen, William, to whom the French Protestants are indebted for

their freedom in education, 495.
Almonds, bitter, employed to give flavour to insipid wines, 137.
Alum, added to bread to whiten its colour, 136-added to young

wines to heighten their colour, 137.
Ambrosian Chant, why so named, 362.
America, United States, statistical account of, 69—population, 70-

trade and commerce, 71-imports, ib._tonnage and navigation,
72-lands, ib.-post-office, 73-revenue, ib.-army and navy, 74.
--expenditure, 76-debt, 78--naval war with Britain, effects of,
ib._small progress in the arts and sciences, 79—vilified by a por-
tion of the press of this country, 399—ultimate success of the cause

of liberty will depend on the part they take in that contest, 404.
Anecdotes, personal, of eminent men, their value, 302.
Anecdotes, Spence's, from Pope, 307—from Mannic, 311--from Lord

Peterborough. 321—from Ramsey, 322—from Dr Lockier, 323-
Antioch, first regular choir established at, for singing hymns in the

from Dennis, 326.
Anne, Queen, act of, prohibiting the use of unwholesome ingredients

in beer, 141.

service of the Church, 362.
Arcangelo Corelli, a celebrated musician, 368.
Aretino Guido, reputed inventor of the counterpoint, 364.
Arkwright, Sir Richard, contrived to spin cotton by machinery, and

its consequences, 169.
Articles in trade and commerce adulterated, 133.
Arundel, Sir John, ordered to be removed from the office of Master

of St John's Hospital, 129.
Assessments for the Poor, remarkable increase of, 335-danger of be-

ing encouraged, ib.
Atheniens, character of the, 238—Athenian mob contrasted with the

British Senate, 239.
Austin, the monk, first instructor of the Saxons in the mysteries of

ecclesiastical music, 364.
Avonmore, Lord, instance of Mr Curran's judicious pleasantry with,


Banks, Savings, advantages of, 393.
Bay, Chesapeak, towns in the neighbourhood of, destroyed by the

British, 75.
Beeke, Dr, his pamphlet published on the Income-tax, 177.
Beer, how adulterated, an ancient practice, 141.
Belfast, city of, answer to its application to Government for some

means of defence, 270.
Bible Societies, surprising conduct of, 450.
Bill, Convention, for what purpose passed in Ireland, 282.
Bolingbroke, Lord, character of his works, 318—reasons assigned for

his supposed greatness, 319.
Bonaparte, ascendancy of, occasioned a transfer of continental capital

into this country, 170.
Bopp, Mr, his translation of the interesting story of Nala and Dama-

yanti, 435.
Bourne, Mr Sturges, at the head of the Committee for revising the

Poor-Laws, 96.
Boyse, Mr, account of his reception from Curran, 273.
Brandy, French, how imitated, 139.
Bread, how adulterated, 136.
Brewing, Child on, important quotation from his work, 140.
Britain, Great, condition of the manufacturing classes in, 332–ex•

amples from Lancashire, 333—from Coventry, ib.
Brougham, Mr, advantages of his plan for inquiring into charitable

abuses, 123.
Burke, Mr, his sentiments with regard to the French Revolution

quoted by Lord Grenville, 191.
Busby, Dr, his History of Music, number of his plagiarisms from
Burney detected, 353—and from Sir John Hawkins, 355.

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