Contents of the Quarterly Review, 1809, Vol. II, No. 4

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Contents of the Quarterly Review, 1809, Vol. II, No. 4

ART. I

Observations on the Historical Work of the late Right Hon. Charles James Fox. By the Right Hon. George Rose. With a Narrative of the Events which occurred in the Enterprise of the Earl of Argyle, in 1683. By Sir Patrick Hume

ART. II

Voyages à Peking, Manille, et l'Isle de France, faits dans l'intervalle des années 1784 à 1801. Par M. de Guignes, Résident de France à la Chine, attaché au Ministère des Relations extérieures, Correspondant de la première et de la troisième Classe de l'Institut. Avec un Atlas en folio

ART. III

The Alexandrian School; or a Narrative of the First Christian Professors in Alexandria; with Observations on the Influence they still maintain over the Established Church. By Edward Jerningham

ART. IV

Poems, never before published, written chiefly at Bremhill, in Wiltshire. By the Rev. W. L. Bowles

ART. V

Travelling Sketches in Russia and Sweden, during the Years 1805, 1806, 1807, 1808. By Rob. Ker Porter

ART. VI

Intolerance the Disgrace of Christians, not the Fault of their Religion. By the Rev. Christopher Wyvill

ART. VII

A Translation of the Record called Domesday, as far as relates to the county of York, including also Amounderness, Lonsdale, and Furness, in Lancashire, and such parts of Westmoreland and Cumberland as are contained in the Survey; also the counties of Derby, Nottingham, Rutland, and Lincoln. By the Rev. Wm. Bawdwen, Vicar of Hooton Pagnell, Yorkshire

ART. VIII

Emily, a moral Tale, including Letters from a Father to his Daughter, upon the most important subjects. By the Rev. Henry Kett, Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford, and Author of the Elements of General Knowledge, &c

ART. IX

American Annals; or, a Chronological History of America, from its Discovery in 1492 to 1806. By Abel Holmes, D. D., Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Member of the Massachusetts Historical Society, and Minister of the First Church in Cambridge (America)

ART. X

Sur la Loi de la Réfraction extraordinaire dans les Cristaux diaphanes. Par M. Laplace. Lu à la première Classe de 1'Institut, dans sa séance du 30 Janvier, 1809

ART. XI

William Tell, or Swisserland Delivered. By the Chevalier de Florian, &c. A posthumous work. To which is prefixed a Life of the Author, by Jauffret. Translated from the French. By William B. Hewetson, Author the Blind Boy, &c

ART. XII

‘Ηροδοτου ‘Αλιχαρνησσηος ‘Ιστοριων ΛογοιΘ′. Herodoti Halicarnassei Historiarum Libri IX. Textus Wesselingianus passim refictus opera Frid. Volg. Reizii. Accedit Index Rerum necnon Editionis Wesselingianæ cum Edit. Reizii et Schäferi Collatio.

Ηροδοτου Αλιχαρνησσηος Ιστοριων ΛογοιΘ. Επιγραφομενοι Μουσαι. Textus Wesselingianus passim refictus Argumentorumque ac Temporum Notatio. Opera Friderici Volg. Reizii.

ART. XIII

Washington, or Liberty Restored: a Poem in ten Books. By Thomas Northmore, Esq.

ART. XIV

Characters of the late Charles James Fox, selected, and in part written by Philopatris Varvicensis

ART. XV

Letters from a late eminent Prelate to one of his Friends

ART. XVI

Two Letters from the Right Honourable George Canning, to the Earl Camden, Lord President of the Council

ART. XVII

The Battles of Talavera: A Poem

ART. XVIII

The Life of George Romney, Esq. By William Hayley, Esq.

ART. XIX

An Account of the Empire of Marocco and the District of Suse. Compiled from Miscellaneous Observations made during a long Residence in, and various Journies through, these Countries. To which is added, an accurate and interesting Account of Timbuctoo, the great Emporium of Central Africa. By James Grey Jackson, Esq.

ART. XX

Short Remarks on the State of Parties at the Close of the Year 1809

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