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178 — bandies compliments with
the Constitution, a Discourse on as a scholar, 179— his style in his
inconsistencies in it, 182–
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gold" inine near, 315 — treaty omission of orators by, 185 — on
Dé Vries's voyage to, 322. of allusion, ib. — but few articles
by, 187 - - on Homer, 188— his
by, reviewed, 397 — his pictures, cites the “ Theatre of the Greeks,”
Philosophy, 193 — philosophers
omitted by, 194 — his geograph-
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177. See Anthon.
Antwerp, proposed steamships be-
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Aphides, ants and, 88.
1815, 150 — four great historical
152 — unjust political representa-
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biguity in the term, 361 — explain- revolt, 157-Committee of Safety,
161, 163 — Provisional Govern-
tion of King Leopold, 169 — bat-
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America and, 172— on the free-
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Bernardo del Carpio, remarks on,
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Black flies, 98.
the Secretary of the Board of Com. Blistering beetles, 83.
Boccaccio, on the writings of, 347 –
his Decameron, 348 – his conver-
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on a projected union be- and, 324, note.
on the connexion of its revolu- Caroline.
146 — early political strug- ican Antiquities and Researches
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defects, ib. his excellences,
on the argument from, 381.
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Chemistry, on the importance of,
477 — vegetable analysis, 479. See
25 — remarks on the, 27.
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Civilization, evidence of an advance
Clark, Mr., on the superiority of
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