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Deaths, lists of, 117, 252, 381, 509, 637, Gourgaud, General, on his account of the
768.

campaign of 1815, 220.
in Paris, during 1817, 489. Gray the poet, letter of, to Count Algarotti,
Delhi, modern history of the city of, 121. 38.
Destruction of the Val de Bagne, account Greece, remarks on the present state of civi.
of the, 87.

lization in, 513.-Effect of the late war
D'Israeli, Mr, review of his work on the in kindling a spirit of independent feel
literary character, 14

ing among the Greeks, 518.-Cannot now
Domestic Letters of the Earl of Rochester, retrograde in civilization, 520.
541.

Greenland, on the temperature of, 234
Dragoon, a heavy, remarks on poems by, Guidi, translation from the Italian of, 162.
574.

Gurney's visit to the prisons of Scotland, ob-
Drama, acted, in London, notices of, No. servations on, 603.-His account of the
VII. 443.- No VIII, 708.

Jail and Bridewell of Edinburgh, 606.
Dramatists, essays on the early English Hayti, interesting account of, 130.
ones, No VI. 66.

Heights, measurement of, by barometer, 99.
Dressing-room of a rich Roman lady, scenes Heywood's hierarchy of blessed angels, ex-
in, 42, 164.

tract from, 171.
Dressing-box of a Roman lady, of the fourth Hills, height of, in Scotland, 99.
century, description of, 47.

Holland, New, letter from Lieut. King, on
Edinburgh, remarks on the new academical his survey of, 286.

institution at, 217.-On the medical Horæ Cantabrigienses, 63.
schools of Dublin and, 439.- Proposed Horæ Historicæ, No II., 600.
horticultural and academical institution Horticultural and botanical institution at
at, 488.--Account of the jail and bride- Edinburgh, prospectus of the, 488.
well of, 606.

Hot weather, remarks on the late, 157.
Edith and Nora, a pastoral poet's dream, Human Life, a poem, review of, 553.
76.

Nature, remarks on the capacities
Education in the United States, on the of, 649.

means of, 546.—Defect in the system of, Hume, Patrick's, notes on Milton, 658.
548.

Jamaica, ascent to the summit of the Blue
Naval, remarks on, 345.

Mountains of, 654.
Egypt, Belzoni's researches in, 234. Jerry, St, the Eve of, by Ensign Odoherty,
English Dramatists, essays on the early, 66. 569.

Politics, Scheffer's essay on, 432. India, mineralogy of, 599.
Opera, notices of the, 715.

Instrument, notice of one to hear by the
Essays on the early English Dramatists, 66. eye and see by the ear, 442.

On the trade of the Arabians and Per. Insurrection of the Tyrolese in 1809, ac.
sians, during the middle ages, 135, 292, count of, 585.
460.-On the Lake School of poetry, Interlude, account of a religious one per-
257.

formed at the Carnival in Rome, 452.
Esquimaux, account of a tribe of, discover. Islam, the revolt of, a poem, observations
ed by the Isabella and Alexander, 339.

on, 475.
account of the late John Sack. Kalendar, Perpetual, notice of a, 694.
eouse, the, 656.

Kater, Captain, account of his new method
Ettrick Shepherd, the, and Burns, com- of measuring the length of the pendulum,
parative view of the genius of, 521.

182.
Eve of St Jerry, by Ensign Odoherty, 569. Kempf herhausen, translations from the Ger-
Everard, Edward Cape, memoirs of, 51. man of, 396, 735.
Exmoor Courtship, a dramatic pastoral, 530. Knebelite, account of a mineral so named,
Expedition to the North Pole, account of 237.

the, 95.Letter from an officer concern. Knowledge, of its effects upon society, 80.
ing the, 193.

Krudener, Madame, a German fanatic, ac-
Fascinating power of serpents, example of, count of, 609.
102.

Lake School of Poetry, essays on, 257.
Fortune (from the Italian of Guidi) 162. Lakes, letters from the, 396, 735.
France, extracts from a tour through, in Lambert, Jonathan, account of his taking
1818, 594.

sovereign possession of the island of Tris-
Franklin, Dr, the only American philoso- tan d'Acunha, 280.-Interesting letter

pher, whose discoveries have benefited from, 282.
mankind, 646.

Landaff, the late Bishop of, on the Edin-
Funds, public, on the principles of the, 55, burgh Reviewer's account of, 34.
287.

Lauerwinkel, Baron von, remarks of, on
Garrick, anecdotes of, 52.

the poetry of Thomas Moore, 1.
Gas, discovery of a new inflammable, 100. Lausanne, letters from, 198, 277.
Genethliaca Venetian, 62.

Learning, state of, in America, 546.
Glorvina's Warning, 720.

Letter of Gray the poet to Count Algarotti,
Goëthe, on the critique of his life in the 38.

Edinburgh Review, 211.--Translation of the Hon. Horace Walpole, 40.-
from, 688.

Unpublished one, 148.

Letter of the Emperor of Morocco to Natural History, inaccuracies of poets in,
Queen Anne, 41.

159.
concerning Hayti, and its black Naval Education, remarks on, 345.
emperor, 130.

Newcastle, Duchess of, remarks on her
to Professor Pictet, on ascents to poems and plays, 309.
Mont Blanc, &c., 180.

Northern Herculaneum, searches for a, in
from an officer concerning the polar Sanda, 101.
expedition, 193.

North Pole, account of the expedition to,
on the present state of administra- 95.-Letter from an officer concerning it,
tion, 201.

193.
from Lieut. King, on his survey of North-west passage, progress of the expedi-
New Holland, 286.

tion sent in search of it under Captain
-s of Dr Sternstare, on the national Ross, 338.-Their discovery of a new
character of the Scots, 328, 430.

tribe of Esquimaux, 339.
from Lausanne, 198, 277.

Novel-writing, thoughts on, 394.
from the Lakes, 396, 735.

Observations on the English writings of the
Literary and Scientific Intelligence, 99, Brahmin Rammohun Roy, 141.- On the
234, 359, 487, 622, 753.

critique of Goethe's life in the Edinburgh
Literary Censorship, remarks on, 176. Review, 211.-On the Revolt of Islam,
Literary Premium, proposed one, 336. a poem, 475.-On Gurney's visit to the
Literature, ancient, on the revival of a taste prisons of Scotland, 603.-On Peter's
for, 264.

Letters to his Kinsfolks, 612.
Ludlow, General, monument of, in Swit. Odoherty, Ensign, life and writings of, con-
zerland, 334.

tinued, 320. --Note from him to the Edi.
Mackenzie, Lieut., account of his system of tor, 567.- His garland, in honour of Mrs

the weather in the British islands, 84. Cook, the great, and other poems, 565.
Macneill, Hector, account of the life of, 273. Old Books, reprints of curious ones, 28.
Mammoth cave of Indiana, description of Opera, the English, No I. 715.
the, 103.

Painting, Statuary, Poetry, Politics, and
Manners and character of the Tyrolese, 585. Pugilism, on the connexion between, 722.
Marriages, lists of, 117, 251, 381, 509, Paris, account of a night in the catacombs
636, 767.

of, 19.-Deaths there in 1817, 489.
Medical instrument, account of a new one, Parisiana, 560.
101.

Parisina, the story of, 411.
Medical Schools of Dublin and Edinburgh, Pasquinades on the late French ministry,
remarks on, 439.

457.
Memnon's Head, on its removal from The. Pastoral Life, narrative illustrative of, 663.

bes to Alexandria, by M. Belzoni, 417. Pendulum, Captain Kater's method of
Memoirs of Edward Cape Everard, the come- measuring the length of the, 182.
dian, 51.

Perpetual Kalendar, notice of a, 694.
Memoirs written in the fifteenth century, 407. Persians and Arabians, on the trade of, with
Mental Impressions, on the indestructibili- Russia and Scandinavia, in the middle
ty of, 690.

ages, 135, 292, 460.
Meridian, measurement of an arc of, in Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk, observations
India, 753.

on, 612.-Peter's account of the Whigs
Metaphysics, on the decline of a taste for, of Edinburgh, 614.–Of the state of edu-
682.

cation there, 616.-His account of his
Meteorological Reports, 109, 246, 377,495, visit to Glasgow, and entertainment there,
628, 759.

618.Of the university of Glasgos, 620.
Meteorological observations, abstract of, for -Farther strictures on, 745.- The gaye.
1818, 472.

ties of Edinburgh, ib.-His sketches of
Mineral called Knebelite, account of, 237. some of the ornaments of the bar, 748.-
Mineralogical chemistry, 622.

Mr John Clerk, ib.--Mr Cranstoun, 750.
Mineralogy of India, 599.

-Mr Jeffrey, 751.
Minerals, new ones, 622.

Phillips, Charles, remarks on his speech in
Minstrel, the, of Bruges (concluded), 5.

refutation of the remarks of the Quarterly
Milton, Hume and Callender's notes on, Review, 213.
658.

Pictet, Professor, of Geneva, his account of
Mogul, the Great, account of, 121.

the destruction of the Val de Bagne, 87.
Mont Blanc, and the South Needle of Pictures at Augsburg, catalogue of, 318

Chammouni, account of an ascent to, Platinum, method of purifying, 489.
180.

Plymouth Sound, the breakwater there,
Moore, Thomas, remarks on his poetry, 1.

561.
More, Sir Thomas, remarks on Roper's life Poems and Plays by the Duchess of New-
of, 28.

castle, remarks on, 309.
Morocco, letter of the Emperor of, to Queen by a Heavy Dragoon, remarks on,
Anne, 1,

574.
Narrative illustrative of Pastoral Life, 663. Poetry—The Prisoner's Prayer to Sleep,
National character of the Scots, Dr Stern- 13.-Verses to Lady Anne Scott, 74.
stare's, letters on the, 328, 430.

Edith and Nora, a pastoral poet's dream,

gers, 553.

76.- The Complaint of Ceres, 161.- 220.-On the Religion and Patriotism of
Fortune, 162.–Songs by Ensign Odo- the Edinburgh Review, 228.-On the
herty, 321.-A Tale of Terror, 233.- revival of a taste for our ancient Litera.
To the Child of Corinna, 325.-A Por- ture, 264.-On Prediction, 266.-On the
trait, 332.-Elegy, 333.-Our Joys (from Duchess of Newcastle's Poems and Plays,
Goethe), 404.--The Interview (from 309.-On Training, 313.--On Naval
Schiller), 405.—The Elements (from Education, 345.-On the Romance of
Burger), ib.-Speech, to the tune of the Antar, 385.--On Scheffer's Essay on
Emerald Isle, 406.- A Church-yard English Politics, 432.-On a Pamphlet
Dream, 445.-Sonnet, ib.--St Helena, on the Medical Schools of Dublin and
456.- The King's Crutches, and the Roy- Edinburgh, 439.-On Poems by a Heavy
al Vision, 457.- The Mad Banker of Dragoon, 574.-On Madame Krudener,
Amsterdam, 563, 729.-Odoherty's Gar- a German Fanatic, 609.-On the capaci-
land, 568.—The Eve of St Jerry, 569. ties of Human Nature, 649.-On the de-
The Rime of the Auncient Waggonere, cline of a taste for Metaphysics, 682.-On
571.- Lines to Miss Grace Maddox, the the indestructibility of mental impres.
fair Pugilist, 725.–The Annual Pill, sions, 690.-On Campbell's specimens of
726.-Account of a Milling Match, by English Poetry, 696.-On the connexion
one of the Fancy, ib.Elegiac verses, between pugilism, statuary, painting,
744.

poetry, and politics, 722.
Poetry, on the Lake School of, 257. Review of Mr D'Israeli on the Literary

of the Agricultural and Pastoral Character, 14.-Of Barrow's History of
Districts of Scotland considered, 521. Voyages to the Arctic Regions, 187.-Of

English, remarks on Campbell's spe- Human Life, a poem ; by Samuel Ro-
cimens of, 696.

Painting, Statuary, Politics, and Review, Edinburgh, on its account of the
Pugilism, on the connexion between, late Bishop of Landaff, 34.-Exposure of
722.

its Infidelity to the Christian Faith, 37.-
Poets, on their inaccuracies in Natural On the Review of Ricardo's Political
History, 159.

Economy in, 58.-On the Critique of
Polar Expedition, account of the, 95.-

Goethe's Life in the, 211.-On the ques-
Letter concerning the, 193.

tion, whether it is a Religious and Patri.
Politics, Statuary, Painting, Poetry, and otic Work, 228.

Pugilism, on the connexion between, 722. Revolt of Islam, a poem, observations on, 475.
Population, reflections on the theory of, Rhine, tour on the banks of the, 674.
207.

Ricardo, Mr, on his Work on Political Eco-
Prediction, observations on, 266.
Pride and Vanity, on the difference between, Rochester, Domestic Letters of John Wil-
65.

mot, Earl of, 541.
Provençal Language and Literature, Schle. Rogers, Samuel, Review of his Poem, Hu-
gel on the, 300.

man Life, 553.
Publications, monthly list of new ones, 106, Roper, W. remarks on his Life of Sir
242, 369, 492, 624, 756.

Thomas More, 28.
Public prints, reflections occasioned by some Sabina (from the German of Böttiger), 42,
late sins of the, 353.

164.
Public Funds, explanation of the principles Sackeouse, John, the Esquimaux, account
of the, 55, 287.

of the late, 656.
Pugilism, Painting, Statuary, Poetry, and Savoy, Sketches of Scenery in, 582.

Politics, remarks on the connexion be- Scenes in the dressing room of a rich Ro.
tween, 722.

man Lady, 42, 164.
Purchas, versification of a passage in, 344. Scheffer's Essay on English Politics, re-
Rammohun Roy, the Bramin, on the Eng- marks on, 432.
lish Writings of, 141.

Schiller, translations from the German of,
Red Snow, 754.

161, 405.
Reflections on the Theory of Population, Schlegel, observations by, on the Provençal

207.-On some late sins of the public Language and Literature, 300.-On the
prints, 353.

Crusades, 303.
Religion and Patriotism of the Edinburgh Scientific and Literary Intelligence, 99, 234,
Review, remarks on the, 228.

359, 487, 622, 753.
Remarks-on Roper's Life of Sir Thomas Scoresby, Captain, on the temperature of

More, 28.-On Mr Ricardo's Work on Greenland, 234.
Political Economy, 58.-On the Candide Scotland, height of hills in, 99.
of Voltaire, 155.-On the late Hot Scott, Lady Anne, Verses addressed to, 74.
Weather, 157.-On Literary Censorship, Scots, Letter on the National Character of
176.-On Phillips' Speech against the the, 328, 430.
Quarterly Review, 213.-On the Pro. Scottish Peasantry, poetical because they are
spectus of a new Academical Institution religious, 522.
at Edinburgh, 217.-On General Gour. Selections from Athenæus, 23, 413.
gaud's Account of the Campaign of 1815, Serpents, on the fascinating power of, 102.

nomy, 58.

80.

Shetland, discovery of a bank of Cod on the Tour through France in 1818, extract from,
coast of, 99.--Description of, 487.

594.
Sins of the public prints, reflections on, 353. on the Banks of the Rhine, 674.
Sketches of Scenery in Savoy, Switzerland, Trade and Communications of the Arabians
and the Alps, 582.

and Persians, with the Russians, &c.
Snow, red, 754.

in the middle ages, 135, 292, 460.
Society, of the effects of knowledge upon, Training, remarks on, 313.

Tristan D'Acunha, interesting account of
Sounds, comparison of the beauty of with the Island of, 280.
that of Colours, 178.

Tyrolese, on the character and manners of
Specimen of a Translation of Aristophanes, the, 585.
421.

United States-See America.
Speech, to the tune of the Emerald Isle, Val de Bagne in the Bas Valais, description
406.

of, 87.-Its destruction by a deluge, 90.
Spiders, found to feed upon sulphate of zinc, Vanity and Pride, on the difference between,
363.

65.
Stael, Madame de, letters concerning, 198, Vegetable Alkali, notice of a new, 100.
277.

Verses to Lady Anne Scott of Buccleuch, 74.
Statuary, Painting, Poetry, Politics, and Voltaire, on the Candide of, 155.

Pugilisin, on the connexion between, 722. Walpole, Horace, Letter from, 10.-Nine
Sternstare, Dr, letters of, on the national unpublished Letters of, 148.
Character of the Scots, 328, 430.

War in the Tyrol in 1809, interesting ac-
Stocks, or Public Funds, the nature and count of, 585.
principles of the, 55, 287.

Weather, account of M-Kenzie's system of
Suffocation by Carbonic Acid Gas, method the, 84.-On the late hot, 157.
of preventing, 239.

Whigs of Edinburgh, account of the, from
Sultan Katte-Ghery, notice of, 362.

Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk, 614.
Switzerland, Sketches of Scenery in, 582. Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester, domestic
Tale of Terror, by Ensign Odoherty, 233. letters of, 541.
Thebes, on the removal from thence of Wordsworth, on the habits of thought in.

Memnon's Head, by M. Belzoni, 417. culcated by, 257.-He may, in some re-
Thorvallusden, Albert, sketch of the Life spects, be considered the Rousseau of the
of, 336.

present times, 263. Three original Son-
Thought, on the habits of, inculcated by nets of, 471.
Wordsworth, 257.

Works preparing for publication, 103, 239,
Thoughts on Novel Writing, 394.

365, 490, 623, 755.
Time's Magic Lanthern, No VIII. Dia- Yorkshire, Sonnets by Wordsworth, suz.

logue between Ben Jonson and Drum- gested by Westall's Views of the Cares
mond of Hawthornden, 558.

in, 471.

INDEX TO PROMOTIONS, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
PROMOTIONS. Balfour, 116

Davidson, 380 Henderson, 251, ib.
Bruce, 114
Barclay, 767
Desart, 380

(3 children), 636
Bullock, 766
Beatson, 508

Dick, 767, ib. Hore, 508
Gray, 379
Bell, 381

Dickson, 508 Horsburgh, 116
Grierson, 766 Berkeley, 251 Douglas, 116, 767 Herton (3 children),
Kennedy, 379 Biggar (3 children), Dudgeon, 508

380
Kirkwood, 505

381
Duff, 508

Hope, 636
M.Cormick, 114 Blackwell, 251 Dunbar, 116

Hunter, 636
Muitary promotions, Blantyre, 508 Edmonstone, 116 Jackson, 251
114, 245, 379, Boswell, 508 Elliot, 509

Inglis, 767
505, 634, 766 Bray (twins), 509 Elphinstone, 636 Innes, 767
Naval promotions,
Brunton, 508
Erskine, 116

Irvine, 636
115, 507

Buchanan, 636 Ferguson, 251, 767
Schaw, 114

Ivory, 117
Bum, 508
Forbes, 767

Kay, 251
Shipperd, 379 Burnett, 116

Fraser, 251, 767 Kerr, 116
Stewart, 114
Cadell, 251

Gardner, 116 L'Amy, 251
Walker, 114
Cairns, 508

Gledstanes, 636 Lindsay, 116
Callender, 636 Goodsir, 380 Lioning, 767
BIRTHS. Campbell, 116, 380, Gordon, 508

Lockhart, 509
Abercromby, 251 636, 767

Gore, 116

Lothian, 251
Aberdeen, 508 Clark, 636

Graham, 116, 381 Macalister, 767
Albans, St. 508 Clephane, 767 Grant, 380

Macdonald, 508
Alexander, 503 Clive, 380

Hart (3 children),
Alston, 251, 380

Macgregor, 251
Couper, 508

251
Ashburnham, 767

Mackay, 308
Craig, 508

Hathorn, 380 Mackie, 116
Bagot, 251
Cunyngham, 767 Hay, 251

Mackechnie (3 chil.
Baillie, 251
Currie, 636
Home, 509

dren), 380

Maclagan, 251 Brown, 381

Mitchell, 331 Bland, 769
Macleod, 381 Brownlow, 117 Moncrieffe, 637 Blyth, 382
Maconochie, 116 Bruce, 251, 381 Monro, 637

Bogue, 118, 252
Macpherson, 380 Callaghan, 251 Murray, 117 Bolwell, 510
767
Canning, 117 Nickle, 381

Bowie, 382
Maitland, 380 Carmichael, 117 Pagan, 117

Boyd, 252
Maxwell, 767 Chipman, 636 Palmer, 509

Boyle, 769
Mein, 380
Clifford, 117

Paterson, 637 Broadfoot, 768
Melville, 380 Cochrane, 117, 636 Pearce, 768

Brown, 252, 510,
Menzies, 251, 636 Conolly, 509

Petrie, 768

637, 769
Minto, 508
Craig, 509
Potts, 331

Bruce, 509
Morrison, 636 Crerar, 381

Quarrier, 637 Bryce, 768
Mundell, 508 Cummings, 381 Reid, 117, 509 Brydon, 382
Murray, 116, 767 Dickson, 381 Reynolds, 381 Buchan, 510
Napier, 380

Drysdale, 117 Richardson, 117 Buchanan, 637
Park, 251
Duncan, 768
Riddell, 251

Bunworth, 637
Pearson, 116
Easton, 637

Ronaldson, 636 Burke, 768
Playfair, 380 Elliot, 509

Roscoe, 117

Cairncross, 778
Pringle, 380 Fairholme, 381 Ross, 251

Calder, 117, 118
Pym, 116
Ferguson, 381 Rymer, 117

Campbell, 117, 252,
Raffles, 116
Ferrier, 509
Scott, 381

ib. 254, 510, ib.
Rennie (3 children), Finlayson, 637 Sellar, 509

769
767

Forbes, 117, ib. 381, Simpson, 768 Calderwood, 252 !
Robertson, 251, 636, 768

Sinclair, 117

Carnall, 254
ib. 761

Portescue, 768 Smith, 252, 768 Carruthers, 382, 637
Rose, 508
Fraser, 117, 252 Snook, 117

Carpenter, 509
Ross, 636, 767 Fripp, 381

Solomon, 768 Cassels, 381
Rutland, 508 Gibb, 381

Sotheby, 768 Chalmer, 117
Saunders(twins),636 Glen, 381, 509 Sproull, 381

Chambers, 381
Scott, 116, 508, 767 Gordon, 509

Steedman, 251

Cheyne, 769
Sinclair, 116
Graham, 117, 252 Stewart, 768

Christie, 382, 510
Singleton (3 chil. Greenock, 251 Stuart, 381, 637 Clark, 118, 382
dren), 636

Greenway, 952 Thomson, 117 Classon, 510
Smyth, 116
Grieve, 252
Touch, 117

Cleghorn, 509
Somerville, 116 Hankey, 509 Traquair, 117 Clephane, 252
Stein, 636
Henry, 117
Tyrone, 637

Cochrane, 382, 638
Straghan, 636
Henryson, 117 Watson, 768

Cockburn, 510
Stuart, 636
Holmes, 767
Welsh, 509

Coles, 252
Tait, 251
Hood, 381

Young, 509, 767 Comrie, 637
Tawse, 116
Howden, 637

Congalton, 118
Terrot, 767
Hume, 768

DEATHS.

Coutts, 769
Thomson, 636 Jack, 381

Adamson, 381 Cowan, 118
Tofts, 380

Jameson, 509, ib. Addison, 637 Cowe, 510
Troubridge, 508 Jervis, 509

Alston, 382

Craig, 769
Turnour, 767
Inglis, 509

Anderson, 252, 509, Cramer, 253
Verulam, 251 Kerr, 117

768

Craw, 637
Walker, 636
Kinnear, 637

Arbuthnot, 769 Creelman, 769
Wardrope, 117 Lambard, 251 Armstrong, 510 Crichton, 252
Warr, de la, 251
Lang, 117
Arnott, 118

Crutwell, 637
Wauchope, 508 Learmonth, 768 Atkins, 510

Cuddie, 637
Wood, 767
Leighton, 509 Audley, 117

Cuffee, 118
Wyllie, 767
Lennox, 768
Avery, 510

Cunningham, 769,
Wynyard, 251 Lindsay, 768 Bain, 768

ib.
Little, 381
Baker, 117

Currie, 118
MARRIAGES. Lockhart, 252 Balfour, 252,510, ib. Dalrymple, 510
Ainslie, 636
Logan, 117

Ballantyne, 117,637 Dalziel, 768
Anderson, 117, 251, Louthian, 381 Banks, 252

D'Auvergne, 638
636

Macdowall, 117. ib. Beaucharnois, 638. Davie, 510, ib.
Anson, 768

Beaumont, 381 Davies, 509
Archer, 768
Macfarlane, 768 Bell, 118

Davidson, 252, 638,
Aytoun, 117
Mackenzie, 251, ib. Bennet, 252

768, 769
Ballingall, 509

ib.
Bertie, 118

Dawson, 510, ib.
Barclay, 509 Mackinnon, 509 Bevan, 252
Bathgate, 636

Debrissay, 510
M•Konochie, 637 Beveridge, 118
Beckwith, 636

Demaria, 510
Maclean, 117, 768 Bindley, 118
Bennett, 117

Dennison, 509
M'Luckie, 636 Bishop, 638
Binnie, 509

Dick, 252
Macnaw, 252

Black, 381, 382,
Bird, 768

Dickie, 381
Mann, 509

638
Blandford, 637

Dodgson, 254
Menzies, 381, 768 Blackburn, 382
Boog, 381

Donaldson, 252, 768
Milne, 252

Blair, 769
Vol. IV.

Dougal, 382
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