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charaéter compared with that of. Johnson, Mr. author of the Ram Phillip of Macedon, 554.
bler, poetically exhibited, 323. HERNIA of the bladder, how cured, JOHNSTONE, Dr. his theory of the 62.
Ganglions of the rerves, 63. HERPORT, Mr. Persecuted for the JORDAN, river, and its shores delfreedom of his writing3, 547.
cribed, 141. HIPPOPOTAMUS, description of Josephus, 'the paragraph in his that animal. 266.
history concerning Christ not geHOADLY, bifhop. his manly no
nuine, 31. tion of the subject's right of re- ISAIAH, his celebrated prophecy fiitance, 194.
(Ch. vii. ver. 13-16) four diffe. HOBBES, difference between his
rent opinions concerning, 300. manner of attacking Chriftia- Kennicott's explication of, 301. mity, and that of other infidels, JUDE A, appearance of that coun89.
try, in its present state, 139.
Dr. , 75
KEYSER, Mr. his dispute with Mr.
KORAN, extracis from it, politi-
censured, 79. 'I heir head-dress AMES I. his policy to render
II, the opposition to at the LANGUAGE, its mechanical for-
and uncouth study, 107. Means Jews, great number of still dwell.
for obviating this reproach, 108. ing at Jerusalem, 13.8.
Definition of law, 109.
Three INCLOSURES ofcommon fields, ar- grand divisions of, 379. Mu
guments for and against, 361. nicipal, defined, ib. farther conINDIANS, North-American, the 5 fidered, 381.
nations of described, 14—18. Laws, in general, confidered, 379 INHERITANCE, Mohammedan law -383. of England in partiof, 261.
rations, in tructions concerning, lating to, 251.
LEGION, thc thundering, miracu-
of Printer's ink, 179; rolling- Life, requisites for continuing it press, Do, 180, Common write beyond its usual extent, 497. ing, Do. 278. A more durable Lion, not to be met with in Pale
itine, 270. Query, from this cir
cumstance, concerning the Bible MONOPOLIES, by patent, illegal
use of in former reigns, 183.
where lodged, 396.
phecy of the destruction of the
on the second part of an episto- Letter ascribed to him on the
liberties of England, 309.
Moon, Valley of, a poem, 356.
490.-Books and manuscripts
relating to, 491.
nature and faculties, 375. Moses, his account of the creation
cerning Mr. King, corrected, 41,
termining the moon's distance
cafions, recommended, 264. Mus JACULUS, that animal de-
computing the effects of refrac- Music, its great use in curing dif-
226. See also 220.
AZARETH, present state of
places of the comet of 1764, dif- Nice, the country of, described,
ftianity, abuse of displayed,
by Mr. Herrort, 547. That
Oath, form of that invented by
that of a sovereign, form
Opsum, excessive use of, among
that place, 143
preaching humorously ridiculed, Oriens
, inconfitent with Chri-
the Turks, 144.
Ossian, the poet, poetical picture
of, 122, 123.
Pownal, Gov. Appendix to his
PRAYER, free, preferred to forms,
worship, , 250. Advantages of
251 ; and disadvantages, 255.
and customs of, 384. Acts of, formation of mankind, 538.
old method of proclaiming, 388. PRESBYTERIANISM, in what fense
ought to be taxed, 304. Ratio Pride, excellent declamation a-
writing, a recent instance of, in into England, 499.
a PRODIGAL, son, pathetic discourse
PRUSSIA, present king of, ftrange
PULSE, enquiries concerning, 25;
ers, 542 ; but insufficient for the tions of disorders from, 26.
reformation of manners, 543: PURVEY ANCE, grievous effects of
the cock affifts the hen in form. 15.
QUAIL, of Palestine, de..
Memoir on the Sun's Parallax, QUAKERS, their opposition to the
doctrine of tythes exploded, gc.
PLACEMEN ought not to be bire- ,' 464.
Rama, present state of, 138.
ters, recommended, 348.
to be effected by government,
church earnestly recommended,
RELIGION, represented in her na-
vereigo prince merely political,
mankind from religion, 376
the will of the sovereign, en-
quired into, and defended, 192. SMITH, Dr. his dispute with Dr.
ment on himself, by fea-bathing,
scripture doctrine relating to, in- SMYRNA, the carnival there and
the country described, 130.
and other writings, commended ought to be taken from that court
in cases of libels, 394.
to perfeverance in the freedom of Stone, Chittick's medicine for,
chemical investigation of, 415;
SUBSCRIPTIONS to the church ar-
marks on, 341:
"Acimus, too fatyrical and fe-
vere in his history, 513.
Taxes, arbitrary manner of im.
them in Egypt, 133: Of drei- fate, 8.
THROAT; fore, different kinds of
poet's Elyfium, 121, 122, 123. 418.
TORTURE, absurdity and cruelty
nals by chat method, 394.
marks on Dr. Lowth's letter to
TRAJAN, his refcript concerning
of their innocence, 36.
TURKS, probable consequences, if
ragers of literature, 263.
of oaths of allegiance, 548. decoying the first printer into
some new properties in Conic
use of them exposed, 422.
WATSON, Dr. his account of cer.
on opening the body of an alth-
peculiarities in the English lan- Wax, sealing, composition of, 179.
Short, 225. His observations on
Wives, their subjection to their
husbands, necesity of, 546.
Wood, compositions for prefery-
On Pride, 211–214.
Defects in their education, 455.
pulosity in the choice of their
arguments for the parliamentary Y digal Son, extracts from, 208
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