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ABBEY of St. Afaph,
“Academic Contributions of Poetry, 313
Asian, See Boote.
Address, Second, to the Prelates, 234
Agriculture. See Dundonald.
Albin's Hift. of the Ile of Wight, 476
Aleppo. See Ruffel
Alfred, Life of, Observations on, 105
Alps. See Beaumont.
Alves's Sketches of Literature,
America, Tracts relative to, 102. 220,
221. 224. 319. 331. 389. 471
Anecdotes. See Seward.
Animal Life, Essay on,
Anfly's Farmer's Daughter,
Appeal to the Manufacturers,
Arifole. See Pye.
Aritbmetic. See Englifo.
Art of Etching, &c.
Arts. See Bromley.
Alfigners. See D'Ivernois,
Arbeifm. See Riçbards,
Ascemps towards a Desence of Virgil, 355
Actica, Poem, on the Wor, 390
Auskland, L. Remarks on the War, 330
Barlow's Advice to Privileged Orders,
Letter to the People of Pied-
Barnevelde, Madame de, Mem, of, 345
Barry's Letter on Dogs,
Baribelemy, J. J. Life of,
Batalba. See Murpby.
Barbing. See Reid.
Barb Society - Letters and Papers, Vol.
Beaumont's Travels in the Maritime Alps,
Beauties of Literature,
Beddoes and Watt on fa&titious Airs, -
's Edit. of Brown's Elements of
-'s Where would be the Harın of
• speedy Peace?
n's Word in Defence of the Bill of