This appendix deals with two letters by Southey where the surviving manuscript is less complete than the version published by
previous editors. In both cases, a transcript of the manuscript is in the main text of this edition.
Abbey of St. Denys, described, 135.
Aberdeen (Lord), on Gothic architecture, 142, 143.
Which may be procured, if ordered, of any Bookseller throughout the British Empire.
[pp. 461-468] [original article in PDF format]
The Art of Improving the Breeds of Domestic Animals, in a letter to Sir J. Banks. By Sir J. Sebright, Bart. M.P. 2s. 6d.
The Farmer's Magazine, No. XXXVIII. 3s.
Observations and Experiments on the Use of Sugar in Feeding Cattle, Sheep, and Swine. 8vo, 3s. 6d.
[pp. 235-242] [original article in PDF format]
*The two contemporary accounts of the remarkable fact are inserted is the third edition of Southey's Letters from Spain and Portugal.
[pp. 88-126] [original article in PDF format]
[pp. 24-61] [original article in PDF format]
Academies, Royal, of Portugal, account—of, 292.
Accum's manual of analytical mineralogy, review of, 153, 161.
Addison, character of as a writer, 400.
Affaires d'Espagne, review of, 1.
Agriculture, quarterly lists of new books on, 233, 456.
The Utility of Agricultural Knowledge illustrated; with an Account of an Institution formed for Agricultural Pupils, in Oxfordshire. 1s. 6d.
The Farmer's Magazine, No. XXXVII. 3s.