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gral calculus made by. 251.
his conqueits, 41. Different views of
successors of, 47.
per of the death of three kings of Ma-
der which his experiments were made,
West India affairs, 148.
on the irregularity with which fortune
essential to a poet, 410.
than on the continent, 280.
bith p of 72.
count of that country and its fove-
Expediency and justice sure to prevail
that would attend it according to its tingdon, S. S., 385.-Effects of taxa-
tion on a certain class of the communi-
beautiful extension from the investiga- Euler, commonly reckoned the first who
applied algebra to trigonometry, 250.
nies of, 311.--Their government shown spect to the plants which it produces,
484.- Thase orders fhown to be con-
trary to the law of nations, 485.to
de Sibérie, 449.-Remarks on the cha- -and to found policy, 490.
Gillies's, Dr, History of the World, 40.
thor, 41.-Remarks on the conquests
and character of Alexander, ib.--Hif-
ments instituted to ascertain the sources Peffinus, 45.–Struggles among the
the Irisb Catholics, 127.
Grange, La, addition to the integral cal-
which determine the figure of, &c. Greeks, modern, character of, 97.
Hoyle's Exodus, 362.–Subject, &c. of
-Remarks on the narration, style,
England, evidently the work of an these infects constituting a hive, ib.-