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INDEX to tre ESSAYS, &c.
Life, of Dr. Meid 3. Of dean Swift 24 Mare, large calculus found in one

481
-28, Of Sir Richard Steele 80, 81, Margate, Atorm at

349
Of Sir Walter Raicigh 149--112. Of Marks and symbols of ancient statuaries
admirel Blake 280---83. Of Suckling

130
464 Marriage.act, fatise on

221
Light and colours, new theory of 459 Mare, man of war, loft

350
Lightning, accident from

41 Martial law, when it became confitutional
Lime water, experiments on 167. Dan 9. Never extended ; but defects in it
gerous to use

ibid. supplyed 17. How exercised in Ameri.
Lincolnshire, earthquake in

394 .ca 58. Necessary in an army 62, 63.
Linen, of nettles

548

Danger of delegating the power to exer-
'Lisbon, idolatrous droll at 207. Earth cise it 106. Why it may be necessary in

quake at 548, 560, 585, 536, 587. Re the East Indies 110, 111. Power of
lief sent to the sufferers 594. Descripci. exercising it may be delegated II2
on of

559 Maryland, letik ment and description 620
Lists of thips in commission 138. Of the

-622
killed and wounded near fort Du Querne Masquerades innocent diverfons

130
395. O. Ang officers 408. Of the French Mafsacre in Virginia

485
navy 461. Of minifters abroad 462. Mathematical questions proposed and solved
Oi governors in America ibid. of the

82, 129, 177, 19', 358, 462, 464,
commissioners of trade ibid. Of the Bri-

539, 614, 617
524-528 Matlock bath described

480
Lithotomy, bold pretenders to, exploded Matrimonial complaint, humourous 380
387 Matrimonial dream

583
Liverpool, chrifnings and burials at 90 Maxims for patriots

404
Loch Lomond, innundation from $94 Mead, Dr. his life 3. Account of his
Longævity, remarkable instance of

394 works 4, 5. Publishes his d.scourse on
Lords address on the king's metsage 103 the plague 4. His friendships and con.
Lottery, debate on the result of the enquiry troverfies g. His good sense and great

into the management of it 153-160, reputation ibid. In!cription on his mo-
209-214. Regulations of, how evad. nument, Latin and English 232, 233.
ed 155, 156. Substance of them ibid. His I brary fold

290
Resolution for a new one 185. Crowd Mecklenburgh, D. of, his dispute wiih
great to subscribe 186. The manager of, Pruffia

598
very culpable 210. And guilty of an Medal struck in Ireland
open breach of the act 211. Begins Menenius, Agrippa, his speech on the Ox-
drawing 497. Ends drawing 546. At fordihire election

3:6-320
Paris

598

Mequinez (wallowed up by an earthquake
Love charms and spells ridiculed
126

598
Lucretius, Sp. his speech on the Oxford. Metelene, errthquake at

300
Thire election

271-275 Mercury cures an extraordinary disease of
Lunar eclipse calculated

82, 83 the skin 370, 371. Experimen's of, in
Luxury imported from the West Indies 229 the cure of the hydrophobeia 371. Ils
M.

operation on the human body -
AD dog, cure for the bite of 33, Middleiex hospital, foundation stone of laid
187, 370, 371, 372

250
Mad wolf, ravages of one

371

Military power, safest under the preroga-
Male beauty, dreifing room of 227

rive

57
Mole'allors execuied. See Execucions. Militia ordered to muster 547. Proposal
MAN, ex:racts from that paper 326, 378, for a well disciplined one 557. A regu.
423, 473, 545 lar one plezded for

610
Mindrin, character of 45. Senience on Mines in Cumberland, account of 235.
b'm 29. Executed 303. His sufferings Fired by damps

ibid.
and steady fora nels 335. Accounts of Mines, royal, officers of, chosen

593
him concluded

336
Ministers abroad, liit of

462
Manius, Valerius, his speech on the votes of Mirepoix, D. de, returns to France

347
copyholders

468-172 Mitchell, in Cornwall, contested ele&tion
Mankind, reflections on the inhumanity of at, determined

339
55 Mithridates spoke 21 languages 478
Maps, directions to join the three of N. Modern art of willing history 34, 35
America

469 Alcdern depravity centured
Marble, live cockles in 117. Of an an Modern polyzamy exposed

379
!ique one

Modern ieet of philosophers

64
Marielwa's fieer burns by Archimedes 482 Modern le&ts, mo: chits from

16,
Mod tha

498

624

MAD

1

1:9

I 20


16, 17

386

428

NPking of letter from Oxford to the

309

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &C. 175 5.
Modish lady, visit to

238
Noliet, abbe, to Mr. Watson

359
Monckton, Col, cakes French foris

349.
Northamptonshire, earthquake in

395
MONITOR, extracts from 405. 472, 569,

North-America, number of British and
608 French subjects in

235
Monumental ornaments ccnsured

324

Norway, extracts from the natural history
Moral precepts for behaviour 333, 334, of 223, 224. Dreadful roads and pre-

372, 373

cipices in 223, 224. Method of fowl.
M-rd-nt, Sir Ch----, his state of the ing in 488. Corals in, described 58 4.
Ox-dheela

204
Star-fith in, account of

623
Morocco, prince of, his cruelties

505
Norwegian, lad fate of

225
Morris, governor, his speech to the affem Norwich, births and deaths in

626
bly of i'ensylvania

Nova Colonia, affair of

254
Mortal priapism, extraordinary care of 171 Nova Scotia, view of the importance of
Mortaliiy bulls of, for Newcastle, Glasgow, 215. Forts in, taken 349. Described
Paris and Koningsburgh

359. French neutrals expelled from 626
Motion, earl Poulett's, in the house of Numifius, C. his speech in detence of the
lords

203 manager of the late lottery 157-159
Motte, M de la, fable from

178

0.
Mount Ærna, dreadful eruption of

CTAVIUS Mamilius, his (peech
Mucius, Quintus, bis speech in favour of on the right of copyholders to vote
the East-India mutiny bill

at elections

409--415
Murders 185, 251. Strange ones disco Oglethorpe, general, esteemed by the In-
vered

251, 348 dians 287, pole. Forts be destroyed, re-
Murderers executed. See Executions,

stored

394
Mutiny and desertion in the East Indies, Ohio, Braddock defeated near that rivet
bill to punilh, debales ca 9--57, 57– 394.

Remarks on that engagement
63, 105-11

403, 404
Mutiny aa, Americans fubjected to it 382 Old English worth displayed
N,

Old Eng! th country life

Opechancanough, king of Pamunkey, seizes
king of

.168 on capt, Smith
National courage, none without national Operation for the bubonocele incarcerat
virtue
377

386
National credit, dreadful piąure of the loss Okrog, disputes about the ordination of 46

568

Owen, Sir Thomas, his remarkable letter
National debt, benefits of reducing SIS to queen Elizabeth 521. Sir Christopher
National race, a general one 277. Grie Hatton's answer to him

523
vances complained of
360 , Ox, large one killed

250
Navier, M. his experiments of lime-water Oxford, letter from the univerfity of, to,

167. Differs from Dr. Whyte 168 the countess of Pomfret 134, 137. To
Navy, British, exact state of 524-28

the king of Naples

168
Negotiations, views of the ministry in pro Ox-dih-cela, care faced in regard to
tracting them

521
it

204
Negotiations of count D'Efrades 67 Oxfordshire election, debates on 265–276,
Nellon, George, Efq; chose alderman of 313_-320, 361-367, 409-419, 465
Aldersgate-ward

393 472. Proceedings of the house thereon
New England fubids trade with the French

336-319
300

P.
New York, tax on eflates in

300 Alpitation of the heart, care of, re-
Newcastle, D. of, lays the foundation fone quested $34. The request answered
of Cambridge library

2.49
Newfoundland, French fisheries in, destroye Paraguay, jesuit king in
ed

Parallel becween termce and present ladies
Newgate, goal fever in go. Dr. Hales's of tathion

427
remark, thereon

118 Parents unwise in the destination of their
Newgate market, date of the case of the childien

325
toll of
$75-577 Paris, archbishop of, banished

14.2
Newmarket, violent form at 298 Parliament, their interpofition in cases of
Newport, Capt, his ill.conduct in Virginia prerogative dangerous 105. Prorogued

356 187, 250, 299, 393, 449. Summary
Newton, Sir Isaac, his panegyriis not ac of the affairs of last feffion of 239, 240,

quainted with his true excellences 80, 287, 288, 289, 336-337, 382---385,
His ftatue erected at Cambridge 346

439-443
Niagara, fort, mhould be taken from the Parties in England, letter on 147
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INDEX to the Essays, &c.
Patriots, maxim for

405

Posthumus Com nius, his speech, on the
Pea, uncommon produce from one

497 votes of copyholders 46,-463
Peaches and nectarines, to make borders Powlett, eail, his motion 203, 104
for

218 Powleri, lord Harry, tried at a cruri mara
Peasant, dreadful case of one, bit by a tial 497. Proceedings of the court.01,
mad wolf

372

508. Their resolutions ibid. 373. His
Pedant, farch answer of one, to a lady Delence

574
279

Powder-mill blown up
Pedigree, vanity of

113

Powhatan, account of that Indian monarch
Pembrokeshire described
103, 104

311
Fensylvania, speech of the governor of 1 o. Praticable men, essay on 276. How known
Grants 40,000l. for the king's service 498

277
People born and unbero

II2
Precious stones, method to value

555
Perfia, late revolutions in 570-572

Precipices, dreadtul, in Norway 223, 224
Perspiration of vegetables

460 Prerogative, meaning of 61. Case of a
Peruvian story

26: delegated one, how adjudged 106. May
Petnification of malls and forfils, how pro. be delegated

TO
duced 116. loduced by springs 117. Precepts of Isocrates

333, 372
Accounted for
169 Press for reamen

90
Philosophers, account of a modern feet of Priapism, case of a mortal one 171

64, 65, 66

Prices of stocks and grain 48, 96, 144,
Phyfical Query 534. Answered

192, 256, 304, 352, 400, 456, 504,
Pix tried

347
Plan of a new college

222, 223

Prince, eulogium on a great one
Plantations, Bririth, account of 307-312. Private vices not publicktenefits

Their first secilement 308_-355-358. Proposal for a well disciplined militia 557
Further accounts of 431-435, 483— Profecution

485, 536–538, 584, 585, 620-622 Pruffia, fevere frost in 142. Ufury prohi.
Plays acted at both theatres 45, 93, 141,

bited in ihid. King of, demands a leat
199, 253, 398, 453, 502, 551, 597

in the diet as prince of Meurs 142.
Pleasures, dreadlul picture of reigning ones Makes a tour into Holland 398. Dir.

123 pute between him and the duke of Meck.
Plumartin, marquis de, his villainies and lenburgh
capture

94

Publick frugality, strictures on
Plymouth, defcription of

32, 33 Purcell snow, loft on the Goodwin 593
Pocahontas, prince's, her generosity 312, Punfaction, a most powerful diffolvent 19
355. Marries and goes to England 435.

Q
Dies

ibid.
UACKERY exposed

408
Poems by eminent ladies, recommended

289

R.
Poland, affairs of

46 ACE, a natic nal one 277. At S!,
Polire arts encouraged

166
Politicks, revival of
331 Radnoi mire, description of

56
Politicians, rustick oncs

332 Raleizh, Sir Walter, his life 149. Diftin.
Polygamy, modern

379 guishes himself in Ireland 150. Pants
Pomfret, counless of, letter to her from Virginia ibid. 307. In favour af couro
Oxford

131, 137 151. Disgraced ibid. And imprisoned
Pomponius Titus, his speech in the de ibid. Released and fails to Guiana 152.
bate on the Oxfordshire election 365 His death and character

ibid.
Ranelagh, face of the old one

131
Popilius Lænas, C. big speech against the Rawlinson, Dr. his will

205-07
East India mutiny bill 105-09 Reading, reflections on

SI
Portents and prognosticks of the vulgar Receipts to cure the bite of a mad dog 31,

127 187. To make Dauphiny foup 78. To
Portsmouth, case of an ele&ion at 266.

prepare rice 79. For the whooping
Dockmen at, formed into a regiment 497. cough 397. For the cholick
Earthquake at

547

Reflections on ancient and modern tragedy
Portimoun vifited by the duke and ford 121. On our trade with France 10L -
Anfon 378. Ceremonies on board the

162
fleet

ibid. Reigning vices, dre:diul picture of 1?3
Portugal, advices from 2€4, 503. Dread Resolution for a lottery

ful earthquake in 565, $8;, $86, 587. Returns, two forts of duble ones, ex-
Relieved

594.

emplified 266. Misch.cts from corrupt
Poverty, innocent, preferable to anxious ones

207
wealth

72 Rever.we, publick, produce of 5, 6
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INDEX to the Essays, &c. 1755
Revival of politicks

Serpent, frange one, voided by a boy 594
Revolution in Algiers 83. la the East In Servants, mischief of recommending bad
dies 203. Io Perla
570

323
Rhetorick, new art of

7 Seffions at the Old-Bailey 42, 137, 186,
Rice, receipt to prepare, for a number of

250, 346, 449, 497, 593
persons

70 Sharpe, Mr. of culting for the bubonocele
Richlieu, cardioal, his intrigues

incarcerat

387, nie
Rider, Mr. inscription to his meinory 539 Shes, large one

**299
Rigbos, an indefinite term

563

Shells and foffils, of the petrification of
Roads, method to preserve 173.* D'eadful

176, 117, 168, 169
in Norway 223. Improvements for 582 Sheriff of Oxfordshire, in what he misbe-
Robberies, plan to prevent

179 haved 265. Deciaredly partial 292.
Rocks, explofion of, in Yorkfhire 50g Should be ordered to attend in the house
Roman baths dug up

293 of commons 275. Could not avoid
Romans, how they governed their armies double return 314. His return a talle

one 317. Arbitrarily appointed by the
Romish church, errors of, displayed, 226 minifter 362. Danger of making the
Royal society, election of officers of 593 office more difficult
Ruined persons live remarkably well 6; Sheriffs for 1755, lift of 89. Drank to 29%.
Ruins of Herculaneum, discoveries in 329 Fine 289, 346, 347, 393. Chosen 299,

347, 393, ibid. Swear off 346, 347
Rules to acquire good humour 283

-393.
Sworn in 450.

Mischief from
Rural enjoyments, fine folloguy in praise co rupt ones 267. Precedente against
of
124 corrupt ones to be observed

320
Ruffia, transactions of 46. Treaty with Ships in comm ftion, lift of 138. Con.
450, Czarina's assurances to the king tracted for

348, 594
of Great Britain 503. Treaty with, ar Sivas, fate of the city of

481
ticles of

577, 578 Skin, extraordinary disease of 369. Me-
Ruffian ambassador's ball

thod of cure 370. Compleated by mer-
Rustick politicians humourous account of cury

371
332 Sleeping Cupid, account of the Atatue of
S.

129
T. James's, race at

278 Smith, Capt. his condod and bravery 309.
sc. John's fort and river described 360. Surprized 310. His voyages 356. III
Taken
395 used 358. Returns to England

ibid.
Salt, experiments of, on vegetables Smuggling in France, cause of 333
Salt provision and corn trade, remarks on Sobieski, John, K. of Poland, his virtue

259
Satisfaction given for our fins

Soils proper for fruit trees 217. Of draina
Saxon armies, how composed

*ing 218. How improved
Scotland, folly of the nobility of

Solar fpeculum, employed to value precious
Scott, Sir Thomas, memoir of 368. His

ftones

555
epitaph

ibid. Soldier thot
Scriprures, elegance and dignity of 163: Soliloquy, a beautiful one

125
Particular beauties in the pointed out Somers, Sir George, his death 433
ibd. Their evident superiority 16+ Song writing, remarks on

29!
Scrutiny, one not compleated, none at all Sophocles and Euripedes, difference of 170

319 Sorrow, unreasonable,' reproved 284
Sea telescope, a new one described 73 Souls differently affected

284
Sea trces described

385 South-Sia company, courts of 42, 347
Sea-men encouraged 42, 89, 137, 185, Spain, affaiis of 142, 454. Condition of

249, 250, 593. Proclamation to recal
fri m foreign service 547. Presled 42, Spanish declarations not to be depended oq
187, 249. Remarks on the behaviour 365. Hearty and ancere

без
40 Spectres accounted for
Seas; mischiefs from certain modern ones Speculative learning of little use

165 Seech, fpirited one of Edward IV. 148
Serentary persons, cautions to 172 Sposus, character of 66. Answered 67.
Self.confequence from various principles Reply

368. Whence that of our ancestors ibids Spring, "experiments on a petrifying one
Sell murder, cau es of the increase of 22.
Further thoughts on

23, 24 Star-film, some uncomm n ones described
Senator, e. cumium on an ancient öne 473

623
Sense, man of, defined
530 Stałe of the English and French colonies 286

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1735.

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c.
Statuaries, ancient, marks and fymbols of Transfer days at the publick offices 261

130 Travelling cit, humours of 374, 375
Statutes, how to reform them
114 Travelling, oblervariuns on

161
Steam of boiling water, to make hal-beda Treachery of Dutch patrives

260
of

18, 19, 20, 21 Treaty between Great-Britain and Ruffia
Siecle, Sir Richard, his life 80, 8, 578. With Heffe Caffel

$79
Stevens's medicine defended

407,-408 Trenchard on controverted elections 214.
Scock jobbing spirit, the late one, co whum On practicable men a76. On publick
*ow ng

2j6, 157

frugality
Sewicks, reflexion of

487 Trials, remarkable ones

137, 312, 346
Stooping pernicious

*72 Tullius, Manius, his fpeech for addresling
Storms 187, 298, 349, 450, 547 the king

316-319
Stone coffin dug up
a99 Tumuli opened in Scotland

451
Story of K. William and the card of Port. Ivikey, emperor of, dies 46. The new

land 53. Of an adept al Venice 64. one inaugurated 9+, Affairs of 46, 454.
A Peruvian one

261-264 Revolutions in 503. Intrigues in, to
Siurbitch fair, price of hops at 497 the prejudice of Rullia

ibid,
Subferraneous caverns discovered

179 Tustie feast, one humouroully described
Suckling, Sir John, his life
464

230
Suicides, condemned 22. Bill of 14. Ke Turron, Capt, account of his trial and ac
markable one
449 qu.tal

312
Sulpicius, Servius, his speech on addressing
his majesty

513-516 ARIATION. of the compass, .ne.
Summary of the affairs of lan Tertion of

cetsary to ascertain the lines of $23
parlament 239, 249, 287, 288, 289 Proposal for a chan for that purpose ib.d.

3:6-339, 381-385, 439-443 Vauxhall, humours of a city family at
Surgery, extraordinary cares in
Swift, dean, his life 24. Cucumstances Vegetables, experiments of salt on 121.
of his inlancy ibid. Encouraged by Sir Of the perspiration of

460
William Temple 25. His marriage ar.d Venice, Itale of, famous for frugality 328
church preiermeats ibid. Becsmos por Venulation, foul air from, not noxious 1'9
pular 26. His illne s and death 27. His Veluvius, mount, eruption of
poetical and moral character ibid. Ex. Vice best reproved chara&eniftically 65
tract from a fermion of

53

Vines and figs to make borders for 219
Sword-bearer's place purchased

Virginia, troops arrive at 186. Account

of sis first discovery 907. And stille

ment 0%, Fate of the first leitlers ibid.
public offices

261 Companies incorporated 308 Mintakes
Tacitus, laying of

367 and diffenfions in 316. New company
Talmath, Ms. of the toll of Newgate-mar esabuthed 357. Defeat in 304, 305.
ket. 575-577. His reflections thereon Further account at 431-437, 483-

ibid. 485, 536;38. Loyalty of 37.
Tarquinius, Sextus, his speech on the Ox dians fall upon 451, 498. Poll tax in
fordshire election

268-270
548. Delarbed

585
Telescope, wonders discovered by sa. А Virginians oppressed by James I. 484. Mar-
new one for the sea described

75

facred 433, Revengea
Temple of marriage

583 Virginius Opiter, his speech in regard to
Teneb heising paid by the Dutch 281 The Oxford Mire elc&ion 361–36;
Theory, new, of light and colours

459

V at to a modith lady
Theroa and Alpafio, extracts from 51, Vifit in the country, humourous account of
174, 163

616
Thieltakers, enormities of 137. Beg (rani Vulgar portents and prognosticks 127
portation

593
Tide, high one in Scotland

548 ALKING-tick, differtation on
Timidac, emperor of Peru, tory of his

339
: deposition

-261-263 Wants not properly distinguihed from our
Tubicco trade, importance of 621 dkøres
Tories, principles of, neceffary 148 War how to be conducted 405. And
Trade with France, reflections on 160 Laxes, confiderations on 472. Only one
162. Improved in France, huw

570

thing to fear in a war wich France 366.
Traders and soldiers never agree 59 A maritime one only to be relyed on
Tragedy, ancient and modern, reflections 467. We may engage in one alone with
on 12!, Inconveniences of th: modern France

608
170 Watron, Mr. letter to, from abbe Nollet 399
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Wation

41, 46

T.

Tolice officebe transfer days at the

238

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