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INDEX

TO THE

NAMES AND SUBJECTS IN THE TWENTIETH VOLUME,

Abbey, Purness, history of, 161

Dogs, anecdotes of, 141, 294, 240
Melrose, on revisiting, 29 Doing one's duty, 134
Ablaetation, 293

Double and multiple stars, 239
Affections of man before the Fall, 248 Drew, extract from, 70
Affliction, 120

Dudley, Lord, extract from his letters,
America, iutolerance in, 75

112
mental thraldom in, 72 Dury, extract from, 103
American Indian, anecdote of an, 98 Duty, doing one's, 134

character of the, 59

ingenuity of au, 160 Ear, situation of the, in animals, 157
Ada borphoses, 11

Early rising, 197
A secdote, singular, 139

Easy Lessons in Chess, I., 91-11.,
of Serjeant Glanril, 189

133–111., 161-IV., 203-V., 247
A Decdotes of avarice, 198

Economy of nature, 27
Animals, perfection of, 208

Rural, for the Months, 39, 79,
situation of the ear in, 157 117, 159, 183, 223

and plants, has the Moon any Education, true religion inseparable
infoence upon, 101

from, 144
Aots, battles of, 243

Effects, beneficial, of labour, 54
April, rural economy for, 159

Elba, island of, 233
Assley House, description of, 135

Electricity, voltaic, 228
Arago, anecdote by. 63

Elephant's pulse, an, 103
Artesian wells, 236

Elizabeth, Princess, letter of, 235
Arts, Pipe, brief History of the, No. IV, Ellis, extract from, 190
121-V., 209

English household management, 190
Avarice, anecdotes of, 198

Enjoyment of natural beauties. 150

Epitomes and commentaries, 23
Bacon, extracts from, 181

Examination, sell, 115
Baptist, lides on, 141

Excellence of the Christian profes-
Barrow, extracts from, 131, 152, 190

sion, 152
Battles of red and black ants, 243 Exercise of mind and body, 190
Beneficial effects of labour, 54

Expectation, 31
influence of religion, 152 External Senses, Philosophy of the,
Benevolence and sensibility, 192

I., 81-II., 169–111., 249
Bcasett, extracts from, 134, 189, 195

Eyes and understandings, learned, 70
Beauas of Malacca, 134
Berkeley, extracts from, 157, 182 Fashions, idle, 139
Birds, position of, at roost, 327

Feather, mechanism of a, 221
Blair, Dr., remark by, a

February, rural economy for, 79
Body and mind, exercise of, 180

Felicity and industry, 134
Borrad, remarks on the gipsies, by, Fine Arts, brief History of the, IV.,
243

191-V., 209
Bosom-sin, 192

Flax, nature and cultivation of, 31
Boyle, observation by, 147

Floating bridge over the Hamoaze, 60
Brandy Pest, 1., 13–11., 27-III., 68

Forbearance, 181
-IV., 18-V., 119-VI., 142-

Forbes, anecdote by. 103
VII,, 167

Foster, extract from, 163
Bremen, description of, 33

Fountains, 192, 235
Bridge, floating, over the Hamoaze, Fraxinella, remarkable property of the,
60

946
Bryant, poem by, 190

Fuller, extract from, 38
Barial place of ihe content of Mount

Puneral ceremonies of the ancient
Sinai, 141

kings of Mexico, 193
Burton, extracts from, 135, 180

Fur and the Fur Trade, I., 41

Furness Abbey, Lancashire, 161
Carrier pigeon, the, 205

Future, igaorance of the, 27
Cageba plant, the, 59

views for the, 232
Ceremonies, funeral, of the ancieut
kiogs of Mexico, 195

Genuine Christianity, 99
Chantrey and his Works, I., 18-II., Germany, Hanse Towns of, 33, 73,
€6-II., 106

113
Cherokee Indian, ingenuity of an, 160 Gipsies, the, 243
Chess, Easy Lessons in, 1., 92-II., Glanvil, Serjeant, anecdote of, 189

133–111., 164–1V., 203-V., 247 God, love ot, 147
Christian profession, excellence of omnipotent, 5
the, 152

Godly home, unspeakable blessedness
Christianity, genuine, 99

of a, 181
Cochineal insect, the, 219, 240

Gold and iron, a comparison, 207
Coffee plantations, 205

Good-meaner and the hypocrite, 120
Coggeshall Abbey, 97

Grafting, I., 115-11., 148
Coldness in religion, 181

Gratitude and ingratitude, 119
Commentaries and epitomes, 23 Great, commerce with the, 232
Commereial History of Currants and

influence of the, 190
Raisins, I., 103-11., 131

Turk's dogs, 240
- telegraphs and the penny Greenhouses, indoor, 100
postage, 8

Gunpowder, 150
Comparison, a-gold and iron, 207
Cookience, 96

Hair harvest in Frauce, 158
Contagion in an Indian village, 184 Hale, Sir Matthew, Memoir of, I., 29
Content of mind, 131

-11., 75
Coareat of Mount Sinai, burial place extracts from, 181
of the, 141

Hall, Bishop, remark by. 248
Corrersation, 200

Capt. Basil, observation by, 70
Coral islets, 189

Hamilton, remark by, 205
reefs. 134

Hamoaze, floating bridge over the, 60
Cotton napufacture, the, 159"

Hanse Towns of Germany, 33, 73, 113
Coapeil of Coostance, Wicklifle's Hemans, Mrs., extract from, 103

body barnt by order of, 144 Hemp, nature and cultivation of, 15
Couper, extract from, 139

Herm and Jethou, 248
Currants and Raisios, commercial his. Historical notice of Rugby School, I.,
tory of, 1, 103-11., 131

129-11., 145
Dantzig, description of, 113

Home, unspeakable blessedness of a
Danube, Voyage down the, I., 183

godly, 181

Horne, Bishop, extracts from, 91, 238
Darey, extracts from, 75, 152
Death, 91

House, a religions, 230

Household management in England,
Deceit, 163

190
De Tocqueville, remark by, 72

Hudson, scene on the bauks of the,
Deficiency, mental, ignorance of, 240, 190

243
Differences among men, their cause,

Hullah's adaptation of Wilhem's

Method of Teaching Singing, I.,
27

23-11., 35–111., 62
Discipline, overstrained, 195

Hardis, extract from, 197

Hypochondriacism, 189

Mind, content of, 131
Hypocrite and the good-meaner, 120

the lost, 93

and body, exercise of, 190
Icelandic Sketches, I., 9-II., 25– Misuse of the term “ Nature," 190°
III., 57

Monica, St., 38
Idle fashions, 139

Montaigne, extracts from, 150, 155, 181
Ignorauce of the future, 27

Months, rural economy for the, 89 97.
- of mental deficiency, 240 117, 159, 183, 223
Imitation, 243

Moon, motion of the, 198
Improved Method of Soldering Me. - question of its influence on the
tals, I., 33–11., 93

weather, 31-on plants and ani.
Indecision, 227

mals, 101
Indian, American, anecdote of an, 98 More, Hannah, extract from, 182

character of the, 59 Mosaic Work, 1., 6-11,71

ingenuity of an, 160 origin of the term, as applied
village, contagion in an, 184 to works of art, 119
Indoor greeuhouses, 100

Motion of the planet Satoru, 297
Industry and felicity, 134

Mount Sivai, burial-pluce of the con-
Infant, lines on the baptism of an, 141 vent of, 141
Influence of religion, 152

Multiple stars, 239
of the great, 190

of the moon upon plants and Natural beauties, enjoynent of, 150
animals, 101

Nature, economy of, 27
on the weather, 21

misuse of the term, 190
Insect, the cochineal, 219, 240

Neilgherry Hills and their Tuhabit-
Insignificance of mad, an infidel ants, 1., 137–11., 153
topic, 230

Nights, Summer, ia Norway, 239
Intelligence and virtue the only basis Nobility, the Austrian, 112
of human happiness, 103

Noche Serena, 70
Irish Manners and Customs Sketches North American Indians, the, 59
of, I., 5–11., 20–111., 55-IV.,

anecdote of an, 98
95-V., 108—VI, 151-VII., 177 Norway, Summer nights in, 239,
Iron and gold, a comparison, 207
Island of Elba, 233

Omnipresence of God, 5
Isthmus of Panama, proposed route Oranges, 205
across, 231

Overstrained discipline, 195
January, rural economy for the mouth Pacific, proposed route to the, 231
or, 39

sea-piece in the, 195
Jaranese Sketches, I.. 201-11., 295– Paley, extract from, 198
III., 237-IV., 241

Panama, Isthmus of, 231
Jethou, isle of, 248

Penny-postage and commercial telo.
Jocelyn, Lord, account of the Boppas graphs, 8
of Malacca, by, 134

Perception of pain, 101
Jortin, extract from, 115

Perfections of animals, 208
June, rural economy for, 223

Pest, the Brandy, I., 13—11., 37-III.,

68-IV., 98-V., 119–VI., 142
King, Dr., anecdotes by, 139, 198

VII., 167
Kings of Mexico, funeral ceremonies Philosophy of the External Sensos,
of the, 195

I., 81–11., 169-111., 249
Kissing in Russia, 3

Photometer, or light measurer, 196
Knox, Alexander, remark by, 181 Pigeon, the carrier, 207
Koch, extract from, 150

Pipes, maoufacture of tobacco, 111
Kolff, extract from, 72

Pity, 115

Planet Saturn, motion of the, 997
Labour, beneficial eflects of, 54

Plants and animals, has the Moon any
Ladder to Thrifte, 195

influence upon, 101
Lamb, definition by, 227

Plymouth, floating bridge at, 60
Latimer, Bishop, observation of, 297 Pocket-book, liges inserted in a, 928
Learned eyes and understandings, 70

Position of birds at roost, 927
Legan, on the cotton manufacture, 158 Potter, Dr., extracts from, 27, 54, 59
Lessons, easy, in Chess, 91, 133, 164, Princess Elizabeth, letter of, 235
203, 247

Promise without performance, 107
Letter of the Princess Elizabeth, 235 Proposed route across the Isthmus of
Lines by Lord Melcombe, 94

Panama, 231
on the baptism of an infant, 141 Pulse of the elephant, 103
inscribed in a lady's pocket-

Purchas, extracts from, 195, 240
book, 228

Pursult of virtue pleasant, 181,
Lost mind, the, 103
Love of God, 147

Quarles, extract from, 189
Lubeck, description of, 73

Raffles, Memoir of Sir T. S., 1., 188–
Mallet, extract from, 120

II., 199
Man formed for society, 228

Railways, the first, 198
insignificance of, an infidel topic, Raisins and Currants, commercial his.
230

tory of, I., 103—II., 131
Management, English household, 190 Redbreast, Robin, I., 54–11,77
Mangle, the common, 140

Reefs, coral, 134
Manners and Customs, Irish, 5, 20, Resolved Meditations, I., 35-11., 64
55, 95, 108, 151, 179

-III., 101-IV., 135—V., 187–
Manufacture, the cotton, 158

VI., 229
of tobacco-pipes, 111 Religion, coldness in, 181
March, rural economy for, 117

influence of, 152
Mathematics, 181

- inseparable from true educa.
Maurice, extract from, 144

tion, 144
May, rural economy for, 188

Religious house, a, 227
Measurers, road, 181

Riches, the use of, 181
Mechanism of a feather, 221

Rinwell, remark by, 190
Meditated Resolves, I., 35—II., 64- Rising, on early, 197

III., 104-IV., 133—V., 187–VI., Road-measurers, 181
222

Robin Redbreast, I., 51-11., 77
Meditation on the Scriptures, 230 Kolleston, extract from, 91
Melcomb, Lord, lines by, 94

Ropes and Ropemaking. 1., 15-11.,
Melrose Abbey, lines on revisiting, 29 31-III., 52
Memoir of Sir T. S. Rafles, I., 188– Roost, position of birds at, 29
II., 93

Rubens and his Works, I., 7.-II.,
Men, differences among, 227

193-III., 217
Mental thraldom in America, 72 Rugby School, historical notice of, I.,

deficiency, ignorance of, 240 129—11., 145
Metals, improved method of soldering, Russin, kissing in, 3
I., 35– 11., 93

Rural Economy for the Months ;
working in, 59

1. January, 39
Mexico, Kings of, 195

II. February, 79

1

Rural Economy for the Months:-

II. March, 117
IV. April, 153

V. May. 183
VI. Juue, 223

Sabhath. neglect of the, 163
Saint Monica, 3
Saturn, motion of the planet. 227
Savages, want of natural affection in,

72
Sea piece in the Pacific, 193
Selden, extract from, 227
School. Rugby, historical notice of,

129, 145
Scott, extract from, 163
Scriptures, meditation on the, 230

interpretation of, 343
Self-examiuation, 115
Senses, external, philosophy of the

81, 169, 249
Sensual pleasures, 157.
Serjeant Glanvil, anecdote of, 189
Shamelessness, 160
Shepstone, remark by, 227
Simile, by Waller, 133
Sinai, Nount, burial place of the

ccavent of, 141

Sinful customs, breaking of, 189
Singing, Wilhem's method of Teach.

ing, I., 23-11.,37-111., 63
Siagnlar anecdote, 139
Situatiou of the ear in animals, 157
Sketches, Icelandic, I., 9-11., 25–
III., 57

of Irish Manners and Cis.
toms, I., 5-11., 20–111., 53-IV.,
95-V., 108-VI, 151-VII., 179

of Java, I., 201-11., 225-
III., 237-IV., 24
Snow storms, I., 3-11., 51
Soldering metals, improved method

of, I., 35-11., 93
Song for the Spring, 147
South, extract from, 243
Southey, extracts from, 114, 195, 224,

228, 232, 240
Spare Minutes, I., 35—11., 64-III.,

104-IV., 135-V., 187-VI., 229
Sponge, what is a, 109
Spring, song for the, 147
Springs, wells and fountains, 191, 235
Siarligt night, the, 71
Stars, double and multiple, 239
Stephens, extracı from, 141
Story telling, 155

Strathfieldsaye, the seat of the Duke Warburton, Bishopextracts from,
of Wellington, 157

230, 232
Summer nights in Norway, 239 Warning well taken. 70

Warwick, Arthur, Spare Minutes by.
Tallies, on, 165

1. 35-11, 64-111., 101-IV.,
Telegraphs, commercial, and the

135–V., 187-V1, 222
penny.postage, 8
Thinking, 99

Watson, Bishop, remark by, 227

Wealth and its enjoyments, 205
Thrifie, the ladder to, 195
Tobacco-pipes, manufacture of, 111

Weather, has the Moon any influenco

on the, 21
Trifles, 182
True education, religion inseparable Wellington, 'Duke of residences of,

Wedded love, 91
from, 144
- use of riches, 181

described, 135, 155
Truisms, 227

Wells, springs, aud fountains, 191, 233
Truth, search after, 182

What is a sponge ? 109
Turk, the Great, his dogs, 240

Whately, Archbishop, on conscience, 96

Whewell, remark by, 248
Turnbull, extract from, 203

Whittier, poem by, 181
Untruth, 150

Wickliffe's body, burning of. 114
Use, the true, of riches, 181

Wilhem's Method of Teaching sing.

...ing, I., 23–11., 37-111.. 62
Virtue, pursuit of, 181

Wilkie and his Works, 1., 2-11., 50–
—and intelligence the only basis III., 90
of humna happiness, 103

Wolfe, extract, from, 99
Voltaic electricity,
229

Woodward, extract from, 150
Voyage down the Danube, I., 185 Working in metals. 5:)

Wotton, Sir Henry, extracts from, 31,
Waller, simile by, 135

131

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INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.

Abbey, Coggeshall, 97

Furness, ruins of, 161
Alphyn, or chess bishop, 213
Anamorphoses, diagrams illustrative

of, 19
Anatomy of the car, illustrations of

the, 83, 84, 85
Ancient tally, 165
Anyer, a port of Java, 201
Aux Rats, trading post on the river, 48
Basallic columns at Stappen, 25
Beguars, group of, from an early Block

Book, 213
Birds, position of, at roost, 228
Block Books, specimens of wood

engravings from, 209, 213
Bois, voyageurs des, 41
Brabant, scene in, 217
Bremen, view of, 33
Bridge, floating, on the flamoaze,

60, 61

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Cactus cochinillifer, 244
Canadian fur.hunters, 41
Carrier pigeon, the, 205
Castle of Porto Longone, 233
Cathedral, Lichfield, monument by
Chantrey, in, 17

Worcester, 65
Caxton, the Alphyn, from his Game of

Chesse, 213
Chantrey, statuary by, 17.65, 105
Chapeau de Paille, a picture by

Rubens, 193
Chess, diagrams illastrative of, 133,

164, 165
Chessboard. 93
Chessmen, 92, 213
Children, the Sleeping, by Chantrey,

17
Chinese mangle, the, 140
Christopher, S1, from an early wood.

engraving. 209
Cochineal insects, male and femnte,

220
Coggeshall Abbey, Essex, 97
Columns, basaltic, fa leelaud, 25
Common fax, 32
Costime, national, of Iceland, 57
Cottage girl, the, by Gainsborough,

121
Curved surfaces, dia rain's Mustrative

of the vibration of, 150, 171
Dantzig, view of, 113
Day, the Rent, a pictarc by Wilkie, I
Diagrams, illustratire or anamorpho.
ses, 12

chess, 133,
164, 165

Diagrams Illustrative of an improved Illustrations of early block books, spe.
method of soldering metals, 36, 37 cimens of, 209, 213
the pedo.

Chess, 92, 93, 133, 164,
meter, 181, 182

163, 203, 204, 205
photometer,

grafting, 116, 148, 149
196, 197

improved method of
the vibra. soldering metals, 36, 37
tion of strings and plane and

the photometer, 196,
curved surfaces, 171, 172, 173, 174 197
Distraining for Rent, a picture by

the vibration of strings.
Wilkie, 49

and plane

and curved surfaces,
Doria, Princess, frashing the feet of 171, 172, 173, 174
the pilgrims, a picture by Wilkie,

of roltaic electricity,
83

228, 229, 230

Insects, cochineal, 220
Early wood engravings, specimens of

The Alphyn, or Chess bishop, Java, scenery of 201
213-St. Christophrer, 209–Group Jaranese court ant war dresses, 241
or beggars, 213

fire pheasant, 937
Elba, caside of l'orto Longone, in, 233

village, 225
Electricity. voltaic, illustratious of,
228, 229, 230

Koonoor pass, in the Neilgherry hills,

137
Examples of Ogures, produced by ri.
brating surfaces, 159

Lubeck, entrance to, 73
Family, a Tudar, in the Neitgherry Machinery for ropemaking, 52, 53
hills, 153

Mangle, the Chinese, 140
Feather, mechanism of a, illustrations

the

common, rarieties of,
of the, 221, 222,

140, 141
Figures produced by ribrating sur. Mechanism of a feather, illustrations
faces, 169

of the, 221, 222
Fire phensant of Java, 237

Metals, improved method of soldering,
Flax, the common, 32

36, 37
Florence, statue from the Gallery of, Monuments by Chantrey. 17. 67

81
Floating bridge on the Hamoazo, 60, National costume of leeland, 57
61

Neilgherry hills, Koonoor pass, in
Fountain, ornamental, 199

the, 137
of the fullonica, at Pompeit,

à Tudar family in
236

the, 153
Frog prepared for galvanic experi. Nest of the redbreast, 77

mente, 298
Fur-huuters, Canadiad, 41

Ornamental fountain, 192
Gainsborough, picture by, 121 Paille, Chapeau đe, a picture by
Grafting, illustrations of, 148, 149

Rabeos, 193
Greenhouso, an indoor, 100

Pass in the Neilgherry hills, 137

Pedometer, the, 191, 182,
Hale, Sir Dratthew, portrait of, 29 Pheasant, tire, of Java, 237
Hall of Rugby School, 129

Photometer, diagrams illustrative of
Hamvaze, Noaring bridge on the, 60, 61 the, 196, 197
Hare, skull of the, 153

Picture by Gainsborough, 121
Nemy, '6

Pictures by Rubens, 177, 193, 217

Wilkie, 1, 49, 89
Iceland, the Trehyrning, in, 9

Pilgrims. washing the feet of, by
Basaltic columns at Stappen, Wilkie, 99
25

Plane avd current surfaces, diagrams
national costume, 57

illustrative of, 169, 170, 171
Illustrations of anamorplioses, 12 Plymouth, floaring brilye near, 60, 61

the anatomy of the role cat, skull of the, 153
ear, 83, 84, 85

l'ompeii, fountains at, 192, 236

Porto Longone, castle ot, 233
Portrait of Sir Maithew Ilale, 29

Sir Thomas Stamford Raf.
fles, 188

Rubens, 177
Post, trading, in Canada, 48
Princess Doria washing the feet of the

pilgrims, 89
Rames, Sir Thomas Stamford, portrait

of, 188
Redbreast, nest of the, na
Rent Day, the, by Wilkie, !

Distraining for, by Wilkie, 19
Resiguation, fron á siatae by Chan.

trey, 65
Ropi-making machinery, 52, 53
Rubens, pictures by, 177, 193, 217
Rugby School, entrance to the han
and part of tlie quadrangle, 129

cast view of the school.
house, 143
scene in Brabant, from a picture by

Rubens, 217
School-house at Rugby, cast view of,

145
Situation of the ear in animals, illus-

trations of, 153
Skull of the hare,

153

poleca:, 153
Slave, the listening, 81
Sleeping children, hy Chan!rey, 17
Soliering metais, improved mothod

of, 36, 37
Sponge, 109
Stappen, basaltic columns åt, 25
Statuary by Chantrey, 17, 63, 105
Strings, diagrams illustrative of the

vibration of, 171
Surfaces, plane and curred, vibration
of, 169, 170, 171

vibrating, 169
Tobacco-pipe erucible, 112

mould, 111
Trading post on the river Aux Rale, 18
Trehyrning, the, in Iceland, 9
Ulm, view of, 183
Vibrating surfaces, examples of figures

produced by, 169
Vibration of strings, diagrams illus.

trative of, 171
Village iu Jara, 225
Voice, organs of, 175, 176
Wilkie, pietures by, 1, 19, 89
Worcester Ca hedral, statue by Chan.

trey in, 65

We have to thank many of our Correspondents for their friendly suggestions. Some of these we shall avail ourselves of,—others
require consideration - but a third class, relating to several organic changes in the våture and form of our Periodical, we respectfully
decline. At the close of our last volumé we stated, at some length, the principles upon which our Work is conducted ; and we may
again repeat that costly embellishments are quite incompatible with the pretensions as well as with the permanent stability of so low
priced a work as the Saturday Magasine. Qur engavement with the public is to produce a work of utility; a book of varied and
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