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You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I 6-3 \ ST JOKri'a carxc E, ii Di.i,3-/7AT, jsl:: TBI -^ K Hcr c OT3E! only child of Colonel Henry Watson, Chief Engineer at Bengal (see his memoir in vol. One of them is as follows: ** & Matthew Decker, of St. Y« now Lady Fitzwi Uiam came and brought them w^^ her own hand ; gra- tius est pulchro veniens e corpora Donum,*' —'I find Samuel Leedes among the Cam- bridge Graduates of Queen's-c^ege, A. neuffoils, cuspated heads, geometrical regular forms, and geometrical compound forms, crosses, and a plan and an ele- vation of a Cathedral Ghnrch, the principal portion of which forms being produced by the Trinitarian schemes, were founci by admeasurement accu- rately to correspond with the originals. 4gi, I am induced to trouble you with a few remarks on the name Celt. Fi KE Abti — Bfiii.h lott'itu Cio D ISS Piodit'i Gillrrj. And if Churches ha\e been degraded to a level with Meeting- houses and Conventicles, can it be imagined that th«r ministers could long retain the same rank which they had been accustomed to hold, in the consideration of those who were thus brought up to dire^rd the places in which their progenitors had listened with delight and gratitude to the in- structions of their pastors?
i.„ST S9"ABE, 3si.:rj«Tor; 7 i t3 the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, AND HISTORICAl. Jamea's- square and Richmond, &ther ta my young patroness Mrs. The Essay further sets forth, that there is a great probability of the schemes having in olden times consti- tuted a principal secret in the sublime degree of Free- Masonry, and that the Bishops, Priests, and other distinguish- ed personages of the Roman Catholic Church, were nearly the sole profes- flors of that degree, and that they styled the principal secret of their order the ** Art of finding new Arts.*' But, whatever may be the conviction created by the matter advanced relative to the mystical allusions of the schemes, the importance of the schemes is not weakened, as offering sure and easy methods of imitating ancient Christian architecture. Urban, King^s-square, Jan.\2, FROM the perusal of a letter signed " T. Etymologies, I confess, are often ex- tremely fanciful j but they may also prove useful and instructive. •• Hctuiei Mild »t Bnaitkl M Li TEn Mvls Ti LLio ENci.-Nair Pablic Miou-l i AHTie UAKIAH RUURCUU |l Sb UCT POITRY „H ffi^tsritfll Ctrranirft. I know that it may be said, the inconvenience has been Teh, and remedied by the erection of schools in many places. But this was not done until the mischief had been effected. Urban, in spite of all the vehemence and abuse which have been continually thrown out against every one who either opposes or objects to that universal diffusion of the blessings of instruction which has been the con- stant theme of so many tongues and pens, I venture to say, that it would be no less absurd to convert a school into a prison, than it is to tarn a prison into a school.
Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner anywhere in the world. He was presented to the Vicarage of Wytham-on-tne-Hill in 1786, by his brother George I^Ziam Johnson, wno died in February isn unmarried. William Augustus Johnson, the eldest son of the Rev. Her ladyship brought a large for- 'iune to her Lord; after whose decease she married, secondly, in 1806, his cousin, George Freke Evans, Esq. To the recommendation of An Old Subscriber we shall also attend hereafter. And 6rst, there is a mistake in the name of the author, which is not Byrne, but Browne ; nor is there such a similarity in the matter of the Essay, and the principles of Mr. Browne may be assured that it was his book of draughts only, not his essay, that was compared to the excellent article of Mr. From the many different propor- tioned plans which 1 have found ex- isting lor Churches and Chapels, I am induced to imagine that the ancient Christian architects generally used pro- portions that were unconnected with any regular scheme or schemes of plans, except the one taken to produce the whole of the intended builditig. Kerrich s suggestions relate only to length and breadth, not to the origin of the thickness of the walls, the size of the buttresses, piers, doors, windows, or to their determined situa- tion} consequently, although Mr. It is mere quackery to attempt to care a disease without regarding its nature; and if this holds good in the science of physic, it is no less true in the sciences of morals and politics, and quacks or pretenders in either almost certainlj do more mischief than ^ood.
Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. NICHOLS AND SON, 25, FARLIAMENT STREET; WHERI LITTERS ARE Fitfl TIOUUIt LY BIQUESTED TO BE IINT, TOIT-FJIID , S4.— Sbarei . Robert Augustus Johnson (second son of Wolsey above-named) by Anna Rebecca, youngest sister of William sixth Lord Cra- ven. Johnson is eighth in descent from Archdeacon Robert Johnson, the mu- nificent founder of Oakham and Uppingham Grammar Schools. next brother and presumptive heir to John the sixth and pre- sent Lord Carbery, by whom she had no issue. inquires as to the mode of ps^ing Counsel and Phys Wians, prior to the coinage of Guineas, whether in even pounds, or bow otherwise ? whose name and very numerous notes and observa- tions in a remarkably find hand-writing I observe on the i|i^rgtn and blank leaves of a copy of Magna Britannia Antique et Nova^^ in six vols., small quarto. Kerrich ♦, as the notice would lead your readers to think. Ker- rich may have advanced one step to- wards recovering the science of the Christian architects, yet much remains to be done. If crimes increase, notwithstanding all that has been done in order to advance and iai prove education ; to reform obsolete and ancient errors and prejudices; to liberalize the mind and meliorate the condition of the lower classes; to faci- litate the attainment of the highest de- gree of human perfection amongst the superior ranks of society i if multiply- ing places of religious worship ot ali sorts and descriptions, and giving en- couragement to every man who thmks, or pretends to think, that he can in- struct and improve others by the de- livery or dissemination of his notions and opinions, — have been so ineffectual that — crimes still increase: — although neither of the circumstances or consi- derations enumerated, may be justly charged with having contributed to produce that effect which most, if not all of them were intended to counter- act or prevent, — let us at least pause, and consider whether there may not have been introduced amonzst them, simultaneously, the seeds of those evils which appear to have taken root amongst us, and to have gained strength and support from the shelter which has been afforded to them. Bowles's idea be correct, that, as the old Church of England Chris- tianity declines, the increase of crimes and deterioration of morals propolr- 18^.] On the Inetiaie of Crime* 101 tiooa Mj ii Kirease, does it not obviouslj M\ow ituit whatever has had a ten* dency to occasion the former, is in fact one of the causes of the latter ?
Bowles's ** Hermes Britannicus," where reference is made to some papers of mine, published by the Society of An- tiquaries. [Jil U ctiriow circle «l Avcbortbie, ^ here, as at Satnhin Dy, a horizonul stone obstractfl the entrance." A stone, 8 feet 6 inches long, filling up the in- terval between two others, and being between 3 and 4 feet high, is certainly an effectual obstruction. URBAir, Q^^er C'f J^^^Che Uea, PERCEIVING, in your Obituary for December, 18«8, *• Mary the widow of tlie Hon. JD." 1 presume the article refers to the widow of the Hon, Modo- monte Dominiceli, the son of Dr. Faulkner, in his work now publishing, entitled, ** An Historical and Topo- graphical. John Bewick, Thomas's younger brother, and coad- jutor with hiin in many of his works, was seven years younger, having been born in 17GO ; unfortunately for the aits, and for society, of which he was an ornament, he died of a consump- tion, at the age of thirty- five. He was bound apprentice, at the age of fourteen, to Mr. Hutton of Woolwich, then a schoolmaster in Newcastle,) was preparing, in 1770, his great work on Mensuration, and applied to Mr. B«a.— Iilingtu D Churc Uei 187 n Ur Cithedr.l.-Waj Dflele'i Muoum'l i S ir of Gtorei Hiuioo, MJ}. And how do we attempt to remedy this evili Do the Clergy, who daily see the shocking increase of offences, attempt to stem the torrent? Are they not become the most vigilant and active amongst Civil Ma- gistrates ?
It is strange that the writer should say, the entrance to Seanhinny, (which is by a typographical mistake made Seanhinny, both here and in a review of the** Archseologia,'') is closed up by a horizontal stone. I neither •aid, nor ever imagined, the entrance was at this place. Account of Chelsea and its environs,'* makes the following men- tion : ooks, where they wil( find the names of many respectable perscman who, from principk» of gratitude, wo Ul4 wish to communicate this remedy to others^ The Doctor has not received a guniuea firon^ the public which he has not hud out, with another of his own, to improve his plan for the benefit of the community. Ralph Beilby of New- castle, a respectable copper- plate en- graver, and very estimable man. Bewick might have had a master of sreater eminence, but 'he could not have had one more anxious to encou- rage the rising talents of his pupil, to point out to him his peculiar line of excellence, and to enjoy without jea- lousy his merit and success, even when it appeared in some respects to throw himself into the shade. Beilby to engrave on copper- plates the mathematical fibres for the work. Beilby judiciously advised that they should be cut on wood, in which case each figure might accompany, on the same page, the proposition it was intended to illustrate. Do they not continually do- vote great part or their time to the punishment of offences?
The affinity of Celt and Gaul, the Greek and Roman forms of the word, to Cael or Gael, is apparent. The ^at advantage of wood-en- f raving is, that the tnickness of the locks (which are generally of box, sawed across the grain of the wood,) being carefully regulated by the height 6f the typ^ with which they are to be used, they ire set upon the same pa^ with the types, afad only one ope- ration is required to print the lettcr- firess and the cut which is to illustrate L The greater permanency, and in- deed almost indestructibility, of the wooden block is besides secured, since it b not subjected to any o^'tbe scrap- ing and robbing which ao soon destroys the sharpness c«th^ Kitca upon copper, and there it a faarmoiiy produced in the page by the engraving and the let- 4er-press being - of the ' laaie colour, which very seldi Hn ia d M case where copper- plate v^gnetlea are introduced With letier-prtti. 12, 1763, at Cherry Burn, in the parish of Ovingliam, and county of Northum- berland. Of the doctrines taught in these multiplied seminaries of religions dissent, I presume not to speak.
The ap- pellation by which the ancient race nave ever been distinguished, they re- tained as their own proper name (Fau- sanias, Caesar, &c.)( and it is evidently indigenous, from whatever circum- stance it 6rst arose. Urban, to take this opportunity of correcting some slight errors that occur in a review of Mr. It is difficulty perhapa impossible, to t^cethe history of wood-engraving, its early principle, tbe causei of its de- ay, se. But for its re- vival and present state, we are unques- tionably indebted to Mr. His father, John Bewick, had for many years a landsale colliery at Mickley Bank, now in the posses- sion of his sou William. The early propensity of Thomas to observe natural objects, and particu- larly the manners and habits of ani- mals, and to endeavour to express them by drawing, in which, without tuition, he manifested great skill at an early age, determined his friends as to the choice of a profession for him. I can not speak with satisfaction, if I speak truth ; I will not speak with as* perity, because I would not provoke those whom I can neither expect Id reform, nor to benefit by contumely* But they are not the doctrines which belong to the Church of England, oor consistent with that old Church of England Christianity which, wlienii prevailed amongst us, had the efiect al least of making the inhabitants of this country more industrious, more happy^ more contented, and more free from immorality.
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