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FIFTEENTH VOLUME OF THE QUARTERLY REVIEW.
А Abbas the Great, sovereign of Persia, reign of, 260—his character and, magnificence, 261-anecdote of his cruelty, ib.--and of his obedience to the ministers of religion, 284, note-misery of his declining years,
262mcharacter of his successors, ib. Abbott, (Britton,) interesting anecdote of, 212, 213. Afghans, place one of their chieftains on the Persian throne, 262
new kingdomn founded by them, 267. Affonso V., King of Portugal, conquests of, in Africa. 301. Aga Mohammed Khan Khujur usurps the throne of Persia, 269-anecdotes of his early adventures, ib. 270_iovades Georgia, and Khorassan, 270, 271-mand also Bokharah, 271, 272-bis dominions invaded
by Catherine II. Empress of Russia, 272—is assassinated, 273.
Dey of in 1683, 153--succession to the deyship, 172.
Spaniard," ib. lands at Tangiers, 300-his reception there, ib.
fat, ib. --fabulous account of it, 330, 331-ceremony of stoning the
remarks, 344, 345.
among the Moors, 174-his unsuccessful attempt to reconcile his
brothers, 174, 175.
-remarks on the hieroglyphic paintings of the Mexicans, 447-an-
various opinions concerning America, in England, 561.
Mannering, 125, 126_advantages of the present work, 126, 127–
wife, 134, 135,-a Scottish funeral, 136-138.
campment, 159—their character, ib. anecdote of their savage hos-
pitality, 160-state of their women, 161.
count of it, 330, 331-ceremony of stoning the Devil there, 332, 333.
put to death, ib.
nary passage over the frozen Straits of the Baltic, 529.
350-353—their disinterestedness, 351. See Marshman, Morrison.
140—the question considered, whether England ought to join the