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ERRATA in this VOLUME. ' .
P. 144, 1. penult, for modes, read mode. — 209, 1. 8, for fill the unforced, read the fill unforced, &c. — 221, par. 2, 1. 13, 19; for ikan the frejini; read than the time present.
:::...: - 238, Art, 36, l. 1. for remonftranee read remontrance. ~ 352, par 4, 1. 2. for contrivance ng economy or the animal creation;
read contrivance or economy of the animal creation. - 377, par. 2, 1. 11, for bai taa sildon, cead but seldom.
393, Art. 24, l. 3, for recites in a plaintive yet Mandyar kind of ** -drollery, read in a plaintive Ryle, yet in a Jhandyan kind of
drollery. 479, In the account of Gordon's arithmetic, l. ult. for with us
they usually set to learn, read with us they are usually set to learn,
Ducis, M, L oration in honour ish religion, 102. Curious -ac-
count of his preaching, 103,
- FAULKNER, George, his ac.
niftration of lands among the FEMALE conduct, rules and obser-
vations relative to, 45.
of the periods of intelleclual
nary bridge built by him, 11. FEUTRY, M. his Opuscula, 56. .
shew the advantage of pointed. compolition of, and the means
FRIENDSHIP, the temple of, de-
periority of chole that are ele. GALLOWAY, Mr. account of
experim, made in France, , ing American affairs, 71.
GAURAULT's account of the filver
other huge Southerr. animals, published, 221.
found in Siberia, • 586 551. GENEALOGIES of Matthew and
GENEVA, catalogue of the library
new one, 137,
the latitude with wbich they use philofophically invesigared, 510.
certain forms of expression, 264. Farther accounts of, 523.
fitions characterized, 511. GUTHRIE, Dr. his account of the
recommended, 128. Forms for preserved from the scurvy, 279,
HAIR-DRESSERS, their hurtful
HALIFAX, his poeiry depreciated, Jefferys, Judge, anecdote relas 189.
cive to, 10. HALLER, Mr, his account of an ILIAD and Odyssey ftrangely syma
extraordinary pregnancy, 472. bolized, 483. The Heroes and HAYGARTH, Dr. his judicious Deities of, said to be allegori- hint relative to the exhibition of cal beings, ib. strong wort, as an antiseptic, Indians, Creek, noble speech of, 275.
at a congress held at Charles HEALTH, pious ejaculation to, Town, 449. 116.
- , Oriental, curious ac. Heat, fanimal) curious experie count of their facred books, and
ments and observations on, 378. different sects of Brahmins, &c. HELL-TORMENTS, doctrine of the '500.
eternity of discussed, 120. Ex- INGENHOUSZ, Dr. his method of ploded, 122.
procuring inflammable air from HENLEY, Mr. his ele&rical expee vitriolic æther, 170. His inriments, 416.
vention for lighting a candle by HERETIC, St. Paul's meaning ele&ricity, 407. His experiwith respect to, 123.
ments to shew how far the pheHERODOTUS, a reformer of an- . nomena of the EleEtropborus may
cient history, 523. Compared be accounted for by Dr. Frank with Homer, 524.
lin's theory of positive and new Hervey, Mr. unites the flowers, gative electricity, 408. .
of poetry with the chistles of INSURANCE, mercągtile, plan retheology, 95.
::.. commended for inftituting a Higgins, Bryant, on the use of... Court of merchants, &c. for de.
an amalgam of zinc, in electri....teraniog difficult cafes in, 423.
cal excitation, 407. : : JOHN, the footman, his confere HIPPỌNE, city of. See Lg : once wich:Mr; Clement, on rem BLOND.
:: ligioni; 99.2... HISTOIRE naturelle, &c. du Ton , St. his first Epiftle ad Spar. quin, &c. 54.
tos, meaning of, 546.. critique des opinions des KÆMPFER's history of Japan, anciens, 55
> new edition of, from the Au- naturelle du Tullilage, thor's original MS. 145. . &c. 306.
Kente, Mr. account of his va.. HISTORY of the German empire, rious writings, 117. 59.
Keitil, George, Lord Marshal of HOLLAR, his view of St. James's, Scotland, his eulogy, 300.
&c. from the village of Charing, LABYRINTH, the famous one at 13.
Lemnos, no traces of now reHomer, whimsical hypothesis re m aining, 484.
lative to, 483. A fabulous LA SERKĘ, his hiltorv of the en. being, ib. His writings fymbo- try of Mary de Medicis into lized, ib.
England, 12. HUME, David, his literary fame LASSONE, M. De, his new obser:
ungenerously attacked by Lord vations on the analysis of cryl Monboddo, 19;. Extracts from tals of verdegris and salt of lead, his Dialogues on natural Reli &c. 495. On some new phegion, 343. Censure of that nomena produced by different work, 354.
saline mixtures, 496. | 4ÇOB 00 universal jarifpra LEAR, King, and his three Daugh, cence, 222.
iers, an old play, on whick
Shakespeare founded his tragedy MACQUER, M. his inquiries con,
. : glass, 496. i
ting to the Roman legion, 528. MAHOMET, curious Latin poem in
two Imperial medals of the city Mansfield, Lord, his opinions
with respect to the power of the
ner of painting, with respect to discussed, 177–179.
of those in the library of Gene.
concerning the literature of, 6oMARTANO, Dr. his observations
MASERES, Baron, his arguments
opinion relative to the power of
crown chan a mitre, 522.. MEASURES and Weights. See
form of elect. conductors, 491. Medals of Hippone, 528."
graph. sur la Valachia, &c. 304.
ral members of ihe French aca-
Dary epistle to Sir Thomas Rid- MERIAN, M. his differtation on
the influence of the sciences on
MEYER, M. his letters concern-
ced by experiments, 168, Michaelis, Dr. bis account of
jo its natural state, 491. The MILTON, particulars of his life,
ter, 86. His poetry, 87. His
rious ancient drawings, 13. Mind, Lord Monboddo's strange
Mines, accounts of ihose in France,
of that eminent divine, 545. MONBODDO, Lord, his fingular
unhandsome attack of the lite-
Ague, 197. His , extravagant
MONNET's Systein of Mineralogy, OTHMAN Lillus Anconitanus, hi
remarkable epic poem in prail
variations of the magnet, 489. ploits, 547. :
obliquity of the ecliptic, ib. Pascal, Blaise, his great charac
courses on the government of Account of a complete edício
of his writings, 507.
account of the English, 12.
habitants of, described, 473. concerning the influence of na-
favour of Mr. Wilson's electrical of a late instance of, in Ireland,
PERSIANS, ancient, remarks on
PHILIPPA, Queen, her oratorical
in the earliest ages of the world, vour of the burghers of Ca-
on the mind of man, 508. their great contempt for poetry,
observations relative to, by Mell. PHILOSOPHY, natural, experi.
Philoxenus, Bishop, his Syriac
tory of the Tussilago and Peca- Pigeons, numerous catalogue of
the forts, 66.
translation of, 528.
gie. See MONNET. i unsuccessful, 8.
Of the ancient Greeks,
and philosophy, 509. Their
than is generally supposed, 553. 523. Its abuse of history, ib.
ductions, 117. The Seasons of ot, 2.