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THE

EDINBURGH REVIEW,

OR

CRITICAL JOURNAL:

FOR

FEB. 1813.....JULY 1813.

.

BE CONTINUED QUARTERLY.

JUDEX DAMNATUR CUM NOCÉNS ABSOLVITUR.

PUBLIUS SYRUS.

VOL. XXI.

.

Edinburgh:

Printed by D. Willison,
FOR ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND COMPANY, EDINBURGH ;

AND WHITE, COCHRANE & co. FLEET-STREET,

LONDON.

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Art. I. Correspondance, Litteraire, Philosophique et Critique.

Adressée à un Souverain d'Allemagne, depuis 1770

jusqu'à 1782. Par le Baron De Grimm, et par

Diderot

II. The Giaour, a Fragment of a Turkish Tale. By Lord

Byron

299

III. An Account of a Trigonometrical Survey, and of the

Measurement of an Arc of the Meridian in the Pen.

insula of India. By Major W. Lambton, of the

33d Regt. of Foot

310

IV. Photii Lexicon. E duobus Apographis edidit Godo-

fredus Hermannus. Accedit Jo. Alberti Index, sup-

pletus et auctus

329

V. Publications on the State of Ireland

340

VI. Bija Gannita, or the Algebra of the Hindus. By E.

Strachey, of the East-India Company's Bengal Civil

Establishment

364

VII. A Tour through Italy, exhibiting a View of its Scenery,

its Antiquities, and its Monuments ; particularly as

they are Objects of Classical Interest and Elucida-

tion: With an Account of the present State of its

Cities and Towns, and occasional Observations on

the recent Spoliations of the French. By the Rev.

John Chetwode Eustace

378

VIII. Reflexions sur le Suicide. Par Madame la Baronne

de Staël-Holstein

424

IX. Sketch of the Sikhs; a singular Nation, who inhabit

the Provinces of the Penjáb, situated between the

Rivers Jumna and Indus. By Lieut.-Col. Malcolm,

Author of the Political Sketch of India

432

X. Memoirs of the Private and Public Life of William

Penn. By T. Clarkson, M.A.

XI. Seventh Report of the Directors of the African Insti-

tution,-read at the Annual General Meeting on the

26th of March 1813

462

Quarterly List of New Publications

475

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ART.

I. De la Literature considérée dans ses Rapports avec les

Institutions Sociales. Par Mad. de Staël-Holstein

II. Travels into Southern Africa the Years 1803, 1804,

1805 and 1806. By H. Lichtenstein, M. D. Trans-

lated from the German by Anne Plumptre

50

III. The Trials of the Slave Traders, Samuel Samo, Joseph

Peters, and William Tufft, tried in April and June

1812, before the Hon. Robert Thorpe, LL.D., Chief-

Justice of Sierra Leone, &c. &c.

72

IV. A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of

Lincoln, at the Triennial Visitation of that Diocese in

May, June, and July, 1812. By George Tomline,

D. D. F. R. S. Lord Bishop of Lincoln

93

V. Pamphlets on the Project of Creating a Vice-Chancellor 103

VI. Travels in various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa.

By Daniel Clarke, LL.D. Part the Second. Greece,

Egypt, and the Holy Land

130

VII. An Historical Sketch of the last Years of the Reign of

Gustavus the IVth, Adolphus, late King of Sweden,

including a Narrative of the Causes, Progress, and

Termination of the late Revolution

152

VIII. Mémoirs of the Kings of Spain of the House of Bour-

bon, to the Death of Charles Ill. in 1788. By W.

Coxe, M. A. Archdeacon of Wilts

175

IX. Report of the Finance Committee and Trustees of the

Royal Lancasterian Institution for the Education of the

Poor. - First Annual Report of the National Society

for Promoting the Education of the Poor in the Prin-

ciples of the Established Church. – A Vindication of

Mr Lancaster's System of Education, from the Asper-

sions of Professor Marsh, &c. - Schools for all, &c. 207

X. The Resources of Russia, in the Event of a War with

France; and an Examination of the prevailing Opinion

relative to the Political and Military Conduct of the

Court of St Petersburgh ; with a short Description of

the Cozaks. By M. Eustaphieve, Russian Consul at

Boston

219

Quarterly List of New Publications

232

ERRĄ TA.
P. 118. line 33. insert Observations before p. 15. 16.

line 35. dele narrated.
123. line 4. from bottom, for Court read Consent,
124. line 6. from bottom, for degree read sense.

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