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INDEX. The figures in italics refer to the notes only. Abbot, The, vi. 440 Abdalmalek, Hi. 120 Abdera, vi. 171 Abderrahman, Hadgi, vi. 160 Abelard, v. 634 Abencerrages, the, a Moorish tribe, v. 553 Abenhamim, iv. 530 Aberdeen, "auld toun" of, v. 609; vi. 405 Aberdeen, George Hamilton Gor- don, 4th Earl of, i. 305, 378, 454; ii. 170, 204; An Inquiry into the Principles of Beauty in Grecian Architecture, i. 336 Abernethy, John, vi. 412 Aboukir, battle of, ii. 459 ; vi. 14 Abruzzi, the, iv. 288 Abydos to Sestos, Byon's swim from, iii. 13 Acadhnie des Inscriptions (Faris), v. 603 Acarnania, ii. 143 Achelous (Aspropotamo) river, ii. 143, 182 Acheron (Kalamas) river, ii. 131, 180-182 Acherusia, Palus, ii. 129, 179 Achilles, i. 175, 398; ii. 167, 462; iii. ISO ; v. 488, 526, 535; vi. 117 ; his tomb, vi. 204, 211 Achmet II., Sultan, iii. 454 Achmet III., Sultan, vi. 261 Acre, siege of, Hi. 4; vi. 14 Acroceraunian mountains, ii. 303 Acropolis, Athens, ii. 100, 165 ; vi. 429 Actium, battle of, ii. 126, 123, 179 ; iii. II ; vi. 269 Adagia Variorum, v. 396 Adams, John, a carrier of South- well, vii. 1 Adams, John, of Pitcairn Island (Alexander Smith of the Bounty), v. 583, 588, 605, 625 Adams, Mr., iii. 45 Addison, Joseph, his relative Bud- gell, i. 449; Essay on Wit, i. 398; Reflections on Westminster Abbey, ii. 133 ; Cato, ii. 325 ; vi. 485 ; Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, ii. 384 ; on Tasso and th* Venetians, ii. 467 ; quotes an Arabian tale in Spectator, iii. 98 ; his "faint praise," vi. 602 ; his publisher Tonson, vii. 57 Address intended to be recited at the Caledonian Meeting, iii. 415 Address spoken at the Opening of Drury Lane Theatre, iii. 51 Address to the Sun in Carl/zon, iii. 26 Adieu, The, written under the im- pression that the Author would soon die, i. 192, 232, 237 ; ii. 45S ; iii. 48 Adonis, iv. 115

Adramyttium, gulf of, ii. 200