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ACCUM'S practical treatise on gas

lights, 61, et seg.
Ackermann's, Mr. statement of the differ-

ence of his expense between burning gas

and oil, $c. 64, et seq.
Act of uniformity and its consequences,

Adams on epidemic diseases, and on

hereditary peculiarities of the human
race, 456, et seq.; fatal «ffects of qua-
tantines, 457 ; nalure of endemics, &c.
ib.; of epidemics, ib.; mode of com-
manication considered, ib.; opinions
of the contagionists and the anti-con-
tagionists considered, ib. et seg.; fatal
experiments of some students at
Edinburgh, 460; state of the con-
troversy, 461; Dr. Rollo's testimony
of fever originating from confined ef-
fluvia, 462; inefficiency of quaran-
tine laws, 463 ; fever-virus, inquiry
into its mode of acting on the human
system, 464; origin of epidemics,
465; preventive measures, 467; on
hereditary complaints, 468; provision
of nature against its increase, ib.;
causes of the permanent cretinism of the
Alps, 469; Dr. A. on the perpetuity of
disease from isolation, 469; opposite
opinion of Dr. Reid, (nole) 470; Dr.
A.'s general deductions in regard to here-

dilary diseases, 471
Adams's, Robert, narrative of his resi-

dence at Tombuctoo, &c. 251, et seq.;
Adams accidentally discovered in
London, and interrogated in regard
to the interior of Africa, 254 ; ac-
count of his shipwreck on the coast
of Africa, and march up the country,
255, el seg.; Tombuetoo, manners of
the inhabitants, &c. 257, el seq.; La
Mar Zarab, 258; humane character
of the negroes, 259; Adams's denial
of the existence of any public reli-
gion at Tombuctoo, 260; the laws

lenient, ib.; mode of procuring slaves,
&c. ib.; removal from Tombuctoo,
261 ; his various hardships and ran-

som, 261, 2
Admonitions to the clergy, on preaching,

by Bishop Ryder, 397
Adult baptism, compilers of the office for,

anti-Calvinistic in their principtes, 177
Arius, opinions propagated by him, 46;

condemned as a heretic by Epipha-
nius, ib.; inconsistency of, Dr. Mosheim
and kis translator, charge against him,

Æsculapius's oracular communications

to medical students, 605, et seq.; plan

of study for two years, 606
Agamemnon, tomb of, 296
Age, arrangement of its inconvenienes,

Alastor, or the spirit of solitude, a

poem, 391, et seg.
Albigenses, their origin, 49
Ambrose's Looking unto Jesus, 192, 3;
American officer, fatal consequences of

haughty spirit in one, 89
Ancient Marbles, description of the

collection of, in the British Museum,

54, et seg.
Ancients possessed finer models of the

human countenance than exist at
present, 57
Animal enjoyment, on the diminution of a

from age, 613
Antinomian secession from the Established

Church, Bishop Ryder's notice of, 395
Apostolic succession of the Church of

England attempted to be derived from
Paul, 431
Ascension of Christ, 249, et seq.
Athanasius, his principles intolerant, 45
Athens, its funereal character, 4)
Authorized version of the Holy Scrip-

tures, Bootbroyd's reflections on the
590, & seq.

extract, ib.

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