The Edinburgh Review Volume 1-20

The Edinburgh Review Volume 1-20

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1816 edition. Excerpt: ...43, 44. Instinct, reflections on, suggested by the discoveries of Huher on ants-, xx. 145-166. Institute, national, of France, accountable as a body for the writings of individual memhers, vi. 120--a prize awarded from, to Mr. Davy, for his discoveries, xii. 399---extract from one of their late addresses to the Emperor, xiii. 444--their servility to the Em-peror, 457--present of astronomical tables from, to the Royal Society, xiv. 65--Compte rendu par, sur les progres des sciences et des arts, xv. 1--progress of the mathematics, 2--algebra, 8--astronomy, 10--experimental philosophy, 12--magnetism, 14---caloric, 16--galvanism, 18--geology, 19--remarks on the consti-tution of the Institute, 23. Institutes of Akbar, x. 470. Institution. African, reports of, xv. 485--xvi. 430--xviii. 305--xx. 58, See African Institution. Institution, National, for the education of the poor, noticed, xix, 259. Institutions, analytical, Signora Agnesi's, iii. 404. Instructions, for conduct of education, on the Lancastrian plan, xviL 58. Instruments used in the French and British armies, compared, is. 388. 399. Intellect, whether sometimes active, and sometimes passive, vii. 168. See Mind. Intellectual fatigue and amusement, Mr. Forsyth on, vii. 427. Intelligence, on the forms of, i. '270. Intercourse Act of America, (1806, ) extract from Sir W. Young's com-monplace book on the subject of, xiv. 102. Interest, individual, a more powerful principle than love of country or king, iv. 116--schemes ot. have a much freer and quicker circulation than plans of science, vi. 171--the great principle which regulates the prosperity of agriculture, xiv. 22. Intolerance, dies hard, and rallies often, xvii. 396. Intermittcnts, unfrequent in Africa, v. 395--how cured when they do...show more

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