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Chairman--LORD BROUGHAM, F.R.S., Member of the National Institute of France.

Vice-Chairman-EARL SPENCER.

Treasurer-JOHN WOOD, Esq.
William Allen, Esq., F.R. and R.A.S.
B Gompertz, Esq., F.R. and R.A.S.

Me. Sergeant Manning.
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R. I. Murchison, Esq. F.R.S., P. G.S.
George Burrows, M.D.

G. B. Greenough, Esq., F.R. and L.S. Lord Nugent.
Lord Campbell.
Sir Edmund Had, Bart., AM.

W.SO Brien, Esq., M.P.
Profissor Carey, A.M.

M. D. Hill, Esq., Q.C.

John Lewis Prevost, Esq.
John Conolly, M.D.
Rowland Hill, Esq., F.R.A.S.

Professor Quain.
Wiliinm Coulson, Esq.

Right Hon. Sir J. C. Hobhouse, Bart., M.P. P. M. Roget, M.D., Sec. R.S , F.R..1.3.
Te Bishop of St. David's.
Tios. Hodgi in, M.N.

R. W. Roihman, Esq., A.M.
J. F. Davis Esq., FRS,

David Jardine, Esq., A.M.

Sir Martiu Archer Shee, P.R.A, F.R.S. Sir Henry Deli Beche, F.R.S.

Henry B. Ker Esq.

Sir George T Stauntou. Bart., M.P. Professor De Morgan, F.R A.S.

Professor Key. A M.

John Taylor, Esq. F.R.S. Lord Denmau

John G. s. Leferie, Esq., A.M.

Professor Thomson, M.D., P.L.S. Samuel Duckworth, Esq.

Sir Denis Le Marchant, Bart.

Thomas Vardon, Esq. The Bishop of Durham.

Sir Clurles L-non, Bari., M.P.

Jacob Wiley, Esq., A.M.
John Elliot on, MD., F.R.S.
George C. Lewis, Esq., M.

Jas. Walker, Esq., F.R.S., Pr. Inst. Civ. Eng.
T. F Ellis, E$4., A.M., F.R.A.S.

James Loch, Esq., M.P., F.G.S.

H. Waymoutlı, Esq. Thomas Falconer, Es !

Professor Long. A.M.

Thos. Webster, Esq., A.M. Johu Forlas, M.D., F.R.S.

Right Hon. S. Lushington, D.C.L.

Lord Wrottesley, A.M., F.R.A.S. Sir 1. L. Golu-mid, Bart., F. R. and KA.S. l'rofe sor Malden, A.M.

J. A. Yates, Esq. F.H. Guldsmid, Esq.

A. T. Malkin, Esq., A M.

LOCAL COMMITTEES.

Alton, Staffordshire_Rev. J. P. Jones.

Exeter-J. Tyrrell, Esq.

Oxfird-Ch. Daubeny, M.N., F.R.S., Prof. Chem. Anglesce--Rev. E. Wil jams.

John Milford, Esq. (Coaver.)

Rev. Baden Powell, Sav. Prof.
Rer. W. Johnson.
Glamorganshire -W. Williams, Esq., Aber-

Rev. John Jordan, A.B.
Miller, Esq.

Pesth, Hungary-Count Szechenyi.

Tergwm. Barnstaple- - Bencraft, Esq.

Glasgow

Plymouth-H. Woollcombe, Esq. F.A.S., Chairm. William Gribble, E:9. Alexander McGrigor, Esq.

W'm. Snow Harris, Esq., F.R.S. Befast-las. L. Drummond, M.D.

James Couper, Esq.

E. Moore, M.D., F.L.S., Secretary. Birmingham, Paul Muou James, Esq.

A. J. D. D'Orsey, E.

G. Wightwick, Esq.
Bidprt-James Williams, Esg.

Prestein-Rt. llon. Sir H. Brydges, Bart.
Bristol J. N. Sanders, 1 sq.,
F.G.S., Chairman. Hitcham, Suffolk-Rev. Professor Henslow, Ripin-Rev. H. P. Hamilton, A.M., F.R.S., G.S.

Guernsey-F C. Lukiss, Esq.

A W. Davis, MD J. Reynold, Esq., Treasurer.

A.M., F.L.S. & G.S. J B. E-tlin, EsqF.L.S., Secretary. Hull - James Bowden, Esq.

Rev. P Ewart, A.M.

Ruthin-The Rev. the Warden. Calcutta- James Young, Esq.

Leeds J. Marshall. Esq.
C. H.Cameron, Esq:

Humphreys Jones, Esq.
Leuis-J. W. oollgar, Esq.

Ryde, Isle of Wight-Sir R. D. Simeon, Bt. Cambridge--Rev. Leopard Jenyns, A.M., F.L.S. Henry Browne, Esq.

Salisbury-Rev. 1. Bartitt.
Rev. John Lodge, A.M.
Lirerpool Local Associ tion--

Sheffield-- J, H. Abraham, Esq.
Rex. Prof. Sedgwick. A.M., F.R.S. & G.S. J. Mulleneus, Esq.

Sheptun Mallet-G. F. Burroughs, Esq. Cisterbury-John Brent, Esq , Alderman. ,

Rev. Wm. Shepheril, LL.D.

Shrewsbury-R. A. Sliney, Esq.
Willium Ma-ters, Esq.
Vaiditrne-Clement T. Smyth, Lq.

South Perkerton-Johu Nicholetts, Esq. Carlisle - Thoms Burnes, M.D., F.RS.E.

John Case, Esq. carnartun--R. A. Poole, Esq.

Suckport-II. Marsland, Esq., Treuserer.
Manchester Lucal Association-

Henry Coppock, Esq., Serretary.
William Roberts, Exq.
Chester-Henry Putts, Esq.

Sır Benjamin Heywood, Bt., Treasurer. Sydney, Vero S. Wales-W. M. Mining, Esq. Chichester-C.C. Dendy, E«.

Sir George Philips, Bart., M.P.

Swansea-Matthew Moygridge, Exq

T. N. Winstanlo, Esq. llom. Scc. Tavistock-- Rev. W. Evans.
Cerfi Jolin Crawfori, Esq.

Merthyr Tydril - Sir J. J. Girest, Bart., M.P. John Rundle, Esq. M.P.
I'lito Petrides, Esq.
Mineninhampton-John G. Bad, E:1.

Truro--Henry Sewell Stokes, Es}.
Centry-C. Bray, Es.

Weathe- John Rowland, Esq.

Tunbridge 11'ells- Dr. Yeats. I'rnbigh--Thomas Evans, Esq.

Newcastle - Rev. W. Turner.

Loureter- Robert Burton, Esq. Derbij-Joseph Strutt, Esq.

T. Sopwith, Esq., F.G.S.

l'irginia, U. S.-Professor Tucher. Tds arii Struti, Exq, M.P.

Neupert, Isle of Wijht - Ab. Clarke, Esq. Worcester--Chas. llastings, J.D. len pirt and Somchuuse - John Cole, Esq.

T. Couke, Jun., Esc.

C. H. Hebb, Esq. Jóha Normin. Isq.

R. G. Kirkpatrick, Esq.

Wrexham-Thomas Eugworth, Esq.
Lt. Col. C Hamilton Smith, T RS.
Newport PagnellaJ. Millar, E-.

Major Sir Williain Lloyil.
Durham--The Very kev, the Dean.

Noruich-- Richard Bacon, Esq.

Yarmouth-C. E. Rumbold, Esq. F:inburgh - J. S. 'Traill, M.D.

Wm. Forster, Esq.

Dawson Turner, Esq. Erruri-Josiah Wedgwood, Esq.

Orsett, Esser-Dr. Corbett.

York--Rev, J. Kenrick, A.M.

John Phillips, Esq. F.R.S., F.G.S. THOMAS COATES, Esq., Secretary, No. 42, Bedford Sqrare.

London: Printed by WILLIAM LOWEx and Soxs, Stamford Street,

tury, 312

AMERICA, discovery of, in the 10th cen. EDINBUROT, a first glance at, 417 KANGAROO hunting in Australia, 180 Richborough and Reculver, 465, 492
Elisha, fountain of, 200

Kingfisher, or halcyon, nest of, 267 Roast beef, French opinion o1, 264
American birds, singular calls of, 408 Emigration, 276

Kuzzauk dinner, 312

Rocks, blasting of, 61
Amoy, account of, 137
England in the time of the Saxons, LAKES, 282

Roman Peasantry, 412
Animals, locomotion of, 190, 252, 325, 140 ;, general industry of, 272; state Langdale, Westmoreland, sconery of. Rome in the 6th century, 3:0
454
of crime in, 302

318, 372

Rotten-stone and emery, 2.0
Antelope shooting, 256

Essays on the lives of remarkable Larch, economical uses of the, 226 Russia, Southern, horse-farms in, 151
Ants, natural liistory of, 481, 490 painters–Giovanni Cimabue, 25; Ci La Rioja, the mines of, 186

Sheep-flocks of, 215
Arein, the, 16

mabue, concluded, 59; Giotto, 89; Learning, power of, 24
Artizans and apprentices on the con. Giotto. concluded, 103; Giuttó and Lime-tree, useful applications of the, Salmon, account of a tame, 363

SALAMANDER, notice of the, 443
tinent, 62
his scholars, 121; Giotto and his scho- 346

Serpent charmer, 408
Asbamwus, fountain of, 160
lars, continued, 131; Giotto and his Lizard, natural liistory of, 305

Shang-hae, account of, 81
Ash-tree, applications of the, 470 scholars — the Campo Santo, 145; Lloyd's List, 15
Astrology, judicial, exposure of, 366,

Sheep in Mecklenburg, 68; marks
Giotto and his scholars, continued, Locust swarms of Asia, 230

for, 160; drovers, 177
391, 430, 466
155; Gates of San Giovanni, 185; the Loru Mayor's show, 441, 452

Shetland Islands, corn-mill of the, 160
Atlantic and Pacific oceans, junction Gates of San Giovanni, concluded, Lucifer matches, 300

Shikarpur, 312
of the, 397, 401, 414

197; Masaccio, 217; Masaccio, con- Madrid as a city, 376; account of, 389 Shipping, insurance of, 15
Australia, food of natives of, 96; flow. cluded, 225; Filippo Lippi and An. Maple, economical uses of the, 133
ers and fruits of, 235; use of oxen gelico da Fiesol., 173; Angelico da Marble pictures and artificial marble, Siberia, autumnal travelling in, 8

Shrews, natural history of British, 249
in, 472

Fiesole, 281; Benozzo Gozzoli, 301; 419
BARCELONA, the Exchange of, 172 Andrea Castagno aud Lucca Signo. Maremma of Italy & Pontine marshes, Sidon, the Great, 30

Sicily, sulphur-mines of, 47
Basilisk, notice of the, 40

relli, 308; Domenico dal Ghirlaudajo,

3.4

Sindh, travelling in, 304
Bats, natural history of, 4
364; Andrea Mantegna, 409; A Marshes, 338

Singapore Harbour, 2.6
Beech tree, useful applications of the, Mantegni, continued, 436; the Bel. Mexico described by Cortes, 440
158, 173

Skelligs Islands, 341
lini, 477
Mimulus, the, 171

Snakes, British, natural history of, 337,
Birch-tree, economical uses of the, 91, Etruscan antiquities, 20, 48

Mining under the sea, 61 ; labour, eco- 350
109
FACTORIES, days at, describing various

nomy of, 426

Soda and sonp, 416
Birds, maternal affection in, 416 manufactures and arts : - needle. Moles, usetulness of, 8; natural history Solfaterra and Soltatora of Italy, 302
Black and brown, plants used for dye- mills, 33 ; porcelain works, 73; lace, of, 49

South, the climate of the, 220
ing, 71
113 ; silk, 161; potteries, 201; cotton, Montpellier, 235

South America, wool-bearing anina's
Bricks aud brickmaking, 262
241; print-work, 289; carpets, 329; Monts de Pieté, or pawn societies, 210,

of, 495
Bridges, floating and lying, 111, 122 steam-boat, 377; alum-works, 421;

218

Staffordshire, South, at night, 53
British shipping, privileges and liabili- woollen, 457 ; flax, 501

Music in the north of England, 347

State, decadence of a, 72
ties of, 6
Falkland. palace of, 361
Mygale, errors respecting the, 432

Stockings and Stocking makers, 222
CABOUL, account of the city of, 441 Fallows, fallacy respecting, 420 NATURE, beautiful provision of, 256; Stones, for building, 25+
Cadiz at sunset, 230
Fine arts, influence of the, 396

in man, 335

Straw', various uses of, 394
Cairo, business in, 393
Fish-hooks, manufacture of, 175 Nelson at Trafalgar, 140

Sugar-cane in Spain, 4.9
Camel, the, 216

Floating islands and gardens, 326 Newfoundland, transparency of the sea Surf and Bore oi ludia, 86
Caricatures, nses of, 416
Foo-choo-foo, account of, 108

on the coast of, 104

Swallows, opinions concerning, 413
Catalonia. peasants of, 224
Food best adapted for man, 24
New Zealand, whaling off, 96

Switzerland, co-operative labour in,
Cattle-drovers, toglislı, 65
Fossil trees, 8

Niagara district, Canada, 17, 52, 95 124; out door labour of females in,
Cedar of Lebanon, 93

Pox, natural history of the, 169, 183 North American Indian villages, cha. 180
Charybdis, whirlpool of, 403
Fruit, ripening of, 32

racter of, 376

Tariti, account of, 265
Chestnut-tree, uses of the, 483

GANO-SYSTEM of agricultural labour, Nottingham, the hill and castle at, 191 Tapestry, 195
Chinese eatables, 28; tools and me. 309
chanics, 152 ; public gardens, 376 Geograplıy and history, 99

OAK, economical uses of the, 274, 276, Tea-drinking on the Nera, 152
302

Temple Church, the, 125, 129, 141
Cities, importance of, 8

Géolory, museum of economic, 319
Coaches in Yucatan, 32

Toronto, wood-paving at, 232
Gizzarii pebbles, use of, 412

Orkney, kelp manufacture in, 184
Coals, substitutes for, 278

Tortola, breakfasts at, 240
Glaciers, living on the Alpine, 450

Ostrich, incubation of the, 428
Cold, effects of, upon the body. 238

Trinity House, account of, 22
Glores and glovers, 94, 101

Parks for the people, 138
Combat, trial by, 154

Trout, variety of the, 315
Good manners, 355

Parinesan cheese, 108
Comets, substance of, 152

True breeding, 280
Granite and sand-hills, sonorons, 135

Pekin, 11
Condor, size of the, 428

Tyrol, account of the, 469, 475
Guadaloupe, account of, 321

Persia, the mechanical arts in, 393
Conversation, 68
HAYDN's childhood, 210
Petersburg by moonlight, 3-8

VEGETABLE food, improvei, 272
Coppermine, shooting the rapids on the Hedgehog, natural history of the, 213

Phonix, notions respecting the, 428

Vegetable ivory, 443
Hindustanee parable, 124
Pigs and pig druvers, 277

Velino, cataract of the, 232
Cornwall and Derbyshire, mining laws Humble-bee, natural history of the, Pine and" fir, telling and transport of, Vendemmia, 29.
of, -87
401

18; economical uses of thie, , Vesuvius, eruptions of Mount, 193
Corerley, Sir Roger de, 1, 7, 105, 153, Hungary, sand plainof, 352

* Tesinous products of, 42

Vienna, trades at, 376
209, 297, 369, 303, 425, 440, 465, Husbandry affairs, in 1169, 200

Placard-printing at Vienna, 317 Vineyard cultivation, 128
489
IONORANCE the great obstacle io social Polar sea, storm in the, 388

WALHALLA, the, 10
Crab-catching on Scottish coast, 108 improrement, 240

Port-Phillip, water-holes of, 176 Walmut-tree, nses of the, 433
Curivsities of British natural history, Improvements, public, in 1843, 497

Potato, products of the, 370

Warows, in Guiana, village of, 72
4, 19, 97, 169, 133, 213, 249, 303, India, triles and castex of: Chandalas, Prairie trading caravan, 220

Wasps, natural history of, 433
337, 401, 433, 481
9; Brahmen, 41; the Pheels, 100; the Prison discipline, 3 5

Water-newts, natural history of, 97
DANCERS, the, 310

Srindinys, 142; 1'w Maluritas, 18:; Progresses of Queen Elizabetli, 12, Water, hot, boring for, 319
Day, perpetual, in the arctic circle, 160 the Coolies, 257; the Seiks, 313; the

4.1, 106, 143, 147, 181, 193, 233, 235, Weather, in London and Dulilin, 190
Dean Forest, the free miners of, 318 Cutcheos, 353; Rajpoots, 3-5; the

298, 258, 406, 446, 473

Western Australia, vegetatiou of, .
Diligence, a Spanish, **
Rohillas, 429; system of Dawk tra- Prospect, an arctic, 355

Whale oil, increasing consumption o,
Dioramas, portail 2

velling in, 136; commerce with, 356; Pyramid, size and cost of the great, 256
Dissaking views, 3

over and route to, 456

2-10

Whitelait, 304
Dey, attachment of the, 24
Indian appetite, :347
RAINS, preternatural, 127

Wines, use of brandy in, 443
Dragons, notions inspecting, 433 Indigo planters and plantations, 178 Rambles from Railway; : Penuhurst, Wire-ropes, 323
Drovers, Highlaud, 356

Ireland in the 16th centary, 3:8; edu- 228, 260, 285; Penshuust to Tun: Wolves in Spain, 32; European, 232
Ouddon, dekeription of ths scenery of cation in, 340

bridge, 321

YANG-TSE-KING Rirer, (4
the, 236, 268, 316
Irish climate, its uses, 152
Rats, sagacity of, 396

Yew trees, account of, 69
Sadley, its castle and cavern, 83; Nail Trout, new uses ol, 250

Reading and Study, 72

Youth and Age, 403
ers of, 84
Italinn vintage, 29

Refreshments, Pullic, dining in Lon. Yucat:in, ruined cities and rapid r
Outeh settlers at the Cape, 64
JAMAICA, tirelies of, 472

don, 55

tion of, 184

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

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1 Sir Roger de Coverley and the Spec.

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2 Group of Bats
3 Chandalas
4 Hatfield House
8 Queenstown, Canada
6 Etruscan Vase .
7 Ditto
8 Cimabue, and copy of one of his Pic-

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Italian Peasants with Fruit
10 Needle-pointer at work
11 Rubber straightening wires
12 Stamper moulding the eyes
13 Piercing moulded eyes
14 Stages of neudle-making
15 Comb of Needles.

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16 Soft-straightener
17 Stages of the Needle-eye.
18 A Brahmen expounding the Veda
19 Nonsuch-Hlouse, Surrey •
20 Etruscan Vase
21 Moles (Taipa Europa)
22 Fort Chippewa on the Welland
23 Sir Roger de Coverley and the Spec-

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24 Madonna and Infant Christ, from

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25 English Cattle Drover
26 Yew Tree at Fountains Abbey
27 Porcelain-Works,.- Potter's Wheel,

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