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Scribes (Greek), divided into the taxu-
γράφοι and καλλιγράφοι, 338.
fourteenth century, 180—its practical
of his publications, ib.—persecuted
- gloom and wandering life, 352—
a critic, garrulous, irrelevant,
a qualification for degrees, 447–
from Akbar Khan, 485.
sea-going man-of-war, 422—unsatis-
-numerous Sanscrit words in their
- translation of the history of John
his stanzas, 97.
London on subscription, 446.
519-justification of the distinction
between Libel and Slander, 533.
Almeloveen on the Estienne family,
limited population, 149.
British Museum, 151-Dr. Cureton's
and Dr. W. Wright's labours on -interview with the Emir at Samar-
Wellesley's (Dr.) Anthologia Polyglotta,
Whewell (Dr.) on Aristotle's Zoological
Whitgift's (Archbishop) three Articles,
Wilson (Sir Robert), memoirs of, 115–
engaged in a sanguinary pursuit of
French cavalry, 119-account of the
campaign of 1794 under the Duke of
York, 120-joins Sir David Baird's
expedition to the Cape of Good
Hope, 127 – diplomatically attached
to the Russian army, 128-descrip-
tion of the battle of Friedland, 132
friendly relations with the Em-
peror Alexander, 134-raises a Portu.
guese legion, 136_attached to Mr.
Liston's mission to the Porte, ib.-
active part in the battles of Smolensko,
138-charges against Prince Kutusoff,
ib.--account of the retreat from Mos-
cow, 142-at the battle of Lutzen,
reputation among the
French, ib. - an object of political
mistrust with the Home authorities,
Wing-shell and pinnotheres, story of
their partnership, 44.
Dervish's full uniform, 484 — his
476 - seeking martyrdom in the Worsley's translation of the Odyssey,
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