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Agassiz, Professor, classified the fossil fishes by the character of their
scales, 33.

Ainsworth, W. H., considered as a romance writer, 193, 197; has
aspirred in Crichton to frame a regular historical romance, 197, 199;
spoils his descriptions by a parade of antiquarian expressions, 202-


America, similarity between its constitution and Norway, 47.

American Trade, causes and consequences of the crisis with the, 497;
value of importation into America far exceeded the increase of popu-
lation and wealth, 498, 499, 500, 501; value of the total exports and
imports from 1830 to 1836, 499; causes of this overtrading in Ame-
rica, 501; effect of breaking up the Bank of the United States, 501,
502; increase of Joint Stock Banks, 502; and speculation to an ama-
zing extent, ib. ; effect of the Circular of General Jackson, ordering
payment in specie for the value of public land, 503, 504; credit sys-
tem carried on between England and America, 505—509; Bank of
England refuse to accept the paper of some American houses, 509;
effect of this precipitate proceeding on the English and American
houses, 510; overtrading still carried on by the American houses, 510,
511; statement of the outstanding acceptance of three of the great
houses, 511; loss sustained by the merchants of this country will not
be so severe as expected, 512; probable exports from America will be
far more than what they are due, 513; necessity of proceeding with
greater caution in future, 514.

Angelis, Pedro de, Colleccion de Obras y documentos relativos a la His-
toire Antigua, &c. 87. See Cruz.

Atlantic Steam Navigation, 118; opinions stated at the meeting of the
British Association held at Bristol, 119, 120; operations of the steam-
engine, 120, 121; advantages and disadvantages of common and feather-
ing wheels, 121, 122; formidable effects of salt water on the boiler,
122-125; checking of the flues by the smoke, 125-127; proportion
of the machinery and fuel to the size of the vessel, 127; explanation
of horse-power and tonnage, 128; consumption of coal as tested by
experiments, 128-130; power of the fuel in propelling the vessel,
130-132; construction and power of the machinery in different
steamers given to illustrate the preceding results, 132-134; physical
phenomena attending the Atlantic ocean, 134; effect these physical
causes, and the length of the voyage would have on the navigation of

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