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Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 460-461
Heading: University of Leipzig
Category: Germany   Education   
Topic: [Foundation and history. The four faculties of theology, jurisprudence, medicine, philosophy. Ancient and new professorships; the modern chairs including statistics, natural history, husbandy and technology. Freedom of the students. Learned societies connected with the university. Types of degree. Fees of lecturers]
Institution: University of Leipzig   
Letter, 01/07/1829 Signed: A. L. H.

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 462-463
Heading: Telford`s System of Road-Making
Category: Engineering   Roads   
Topic: [Experiment conducted by Telford on a section of London road, North of the Highgate archway. It proves that a road needs a strong stone pavement beneath, or a layer of Parker`s cement and gravel with a coat of Hartshill stone, to keep the surface layer from wearing down]
Person: TELFORD, Thomas   
Source: Report to the Commissioners for the improvement of the road form London to Holyhead   

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 463, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Comparative Statistics, Para 6
Category: Geography   Russian Empire   Demography   Trade   Agriculture   
Topic: [Statistical comparisons between Russia, Austria, the Prussian states, France and Great Britain]
Person: BALBI, M.   
Source: Balbi: Essay on the Statistics of Russia   

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 463, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Education in Russia, Para 10
Category: Geography   Education   Russian Empire   
Topic: [Commission appointed by the Russian emperor to draw up a grand educational plan for gymnasia, particularly those near the university towns]
Person: EMPEROR OF RUSSIA   

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 463, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: New Museum at Berlin, Para 2
Category: Museums   
Topic: [The new museum, though not yet finished, was opened to the public to raise money for victims of the recent "inundations" in the mines of Silesia]

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 463, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Population of Turkey, Para 7
Category: Geography   Turkey   Demography   
Topic: [Breakdown of the population of Turkey, which concludes that eight million Christians are "held in abject bondage"]
Source: De Ciriacy: Theatre of War in Turkey in Europe   

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 463, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Primary Education in the United States, Para 8
Category: Education   Geography   North America   
Topic: [Increase in expenditure and availability between 1815 and 1858]

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 463, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: Public Education in Moldavia, Para 9
Category: Education   Moldavia   
Topic: [Re-establishment of the Jassy Gymnasium]
Person: STURDZA, Prince   

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 463, Section: Miscellanies
Heading: The Menai Bridge, Para 1
Category: Engineering   Roads   Bridges   Public Adminstration   
Topic: [The Menai Bridge -- Tolls, offset by repairs -- Accounts from the opening, January 1826, until April 1829. The Conway Bridge -- Accounts from the opening , June 1826, until April 1829]

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Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 451-452
Heading: Travels in Turkey
Category: Geography   Turkey   Egypt   Nubia   Palestine   
Title: Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, in 1824, 1825, 1826, and 1827. [Second notice] (Concluded from p. 404)
Author: MADDEN, R. R.   

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 454-456
Heading: Travels in North America
Category: Geography   North America   
Title: Travels in North America, in the Years 1827 and 1828. [Second notice]
Author: HALL, Capt. Basil   
Attribution: Royal Navy

Issue: 091, 22/07/29 p. 456
Heading: Timbuctoo
Category: Astronomy   Cosmology   Poetry   
Title: Timbuctoo: a Poem, which obtained the Chancellor`s Medal at the Cambridge Commencement
Author: TENNYSON, A.   
Attribution: Of Trinity College, Cambridge

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