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BURGR's Inquiry, &c. respecting the DELAMAYNI'S Effay on Man,
Godhead,

366 DEVOTION. See MARTIN,
DIALOGUES of Eumenes,

95
of the Dead with the Liv.
ing,

159
VABINET Conference, 466 DICTIONARY of the Bible, 158
CANADIAN Freeholder, Vol. II. DIMSDALE's Review of Lettlom's Re-
171 marks, &c.

159
CALDWELL's Inquiry into the Restric- DIRECTIONS to Servants, 158
tions on the Trade of Ireland, 474 DIVORCE, a Poem,

234
CANDID Examination of the Reasons DOBSON's Medical Commentary on fired
for depriving the Eaft India Company

Air,

273
of its Charter,
232 DUNBAR's Oration,

72
CARDEw's Free-Mafons Sermon, 397 Dyer's Afiftant,

158
CAROLINA, historical Account of, and
of Georgia,

444

E.
CARR's Lucian, Vol. II.

67
CARVER on the Culture of Tobacco, 78 AST INDIES, Pamphlets relative
CAUSIDICUS,

74
to,

79, 2 32
CHARACTERISTIC Strictures, 477 EDEN's Letters to Lord Carline,

471
CHURCH of England vindicated, 330

EDWARDS Sel:Ela quadam Tbeecrui
CLARK's Poems,
474 Idyllia,

328
CLUBBE on Inflammation in the Breafts, Edwy and Edilda,

ELEGY on Winter,

74
COBLER's Letters to Dr. Price, 151

- on the ancient Greek Model, 333
COCHRANE's Plan for recruiting the ELEMENTS of Algebra,

152
Army,
308 ENGLAND's Defiance,

313
Coclan's Apology for the Catholics, ENGLISH Green Box,

317 EPISTLE from a young Lady to an En-
COLUMELLA,
315 bign,

76
COLLECTION of Prologues and Epi-

to Count O'Rourke, 155
logues,

155
EUTERPE,

64
COMMENT on Pfalm LXVIII. 394 EXAMEN Pbilosopbique,

237
COMPLETE English Physician, 64
Pigeon Fancier, 66

F.
CONSIDERATIONS on the East India
Bill,

79

TALcx's Guardian of Health, 30
On a Spanish War, FALCONAR's Synopsis of Anatomi-
148 cal Lectures, &c.

477
on the American Finch's Sermon on the Faft, 376
Inquiry,

230

FISHER's Review of the Doctrine of
on the Propriety of Philosophical Neceflity,

36
a Plan for inoculating the Poor, . 476 FLITCH of Bacon,

233
CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers, FOREIGN Literature, 52, 145, 214, 299,
80, 160, 240, 399, 480

454
COWLEY's Albina, a Tragedy, 232

FRAUDS of London detected,
CRAWFORD's Experiments and Observa- FREE Malons, Sermon before, by Smith,
tions on Animal Heat,

395
Cross's Cash Tables,

by Cardew, 397
CRUTWELL's Advice to Lying-in Wo.

Charge to, by Smith, 393
men,

62 FRIENDSHIP the dernier Relloarce,
CULLEN's first Lines of the Practice of Poem,
Phylic, Vol. II.

Full Answer to the King of Spain's
Memorial,

47a
D.

G
ANEBURY, a Tale,
43

150
surement,

379

GALLOWAY's Examination, 70
DE BURCY on the Elegance of the La- GANDER's Poetic Tales,
tin Tongue,

478 Geppes's Seleet Satires of Horace trant
DEFENCE of the Rev, Theophilus Lind. lated,

233
sey,
442

Guys's

378
478

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316

D

mengoson's Arithmetic and Mga GAGALE Gratitude

GILPIN'S Le&ures on the Catechism,

208

K.
GORDON's English Physician,
Arithmetic,

479

ELHAM's Norman Di&tionary, 78
Gout. See STEVENSON,

KEATE's Sketches from Nature,
Griffith's Journal, &c. 371
GUARDIANS, a Poem,

234
GUATIMOZIŃs's Letters on the State of

L.
keland,

68
H.

Acy's Universal Syftem, 154

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312

389

180

64

79 LEGGE's Law of Outlawry,
HAWTHORN's Poems, 312

LEITH, Sir Alexander, Facts relaitve to
HEAT, Animal, Experiments on, 378

his Trial with Mr. Pope, 393
HIRO of H***s,

LETTER from General Burgoyne to his
HEY's Observations on the Blood, 341 Constituents,
HISTOIRE d'un Pou Français, &c. 477

to General Burgoyne, ib.
HISTORY of the Origin of Medicine, 60

to Dr. Lettrom,

992
of the Oppoficion,

68

to the Rev, B. Faucett, 394
of the Royal Abbey of Bec,

to Lord H-e,

467
156

to Lord Hillsborough, 474
of Modern Europe,

to the People of Ireland, ib.
of religious Houses in Devon, LETTERS to a Nobleman on the Con-
&c.

286 duct of the War in Mid, Colonies, 28
of Cheshire,

314

supposed to have been written
Hodgson's Sermons on Benevolence, by Yorick and Eliza,

289
336 LETTSOM's History of the Origin of
Effufions of the Heart, &c. Medicine,

60
337

Observations, on Dimsdale,
HORACE. See GEDDES,
HORSLEY's Edition of Newton's Works,

Answer to Dimidale's Re-
Vol. 1.
28 view, &c.

476
HOUSE of Peeresses,

238 LIGOIER's Discourse on Commerce,
of Commons in St. Giles's, 475

440
Howe, Sir W. Publications relative to, Lovely Moralit,

155
67, 70

Lowndes's London Directory,
Lord, dicto,

467
LOYAL Shepherd,

150
HUME's Dialogues on Natural Religion, LUCUBRATIONS, civil, moral, &c.
353

136
HUTCHINSON's Works, Supplement to,

M.

238
HYDROCELL, See NANNONI.

ACBEAN's Dictionary of the Bi.
ble,

153
I.

MADDOCK's Letter to the Author of

Sunday Thoughts,"
TENKINS's Reply to De Coursy, 394 MAGISTRATES, Duty of, Sermon on,
Jewiss Bara,
93

479
Jones's Elegy on Wintes,

74

MARCH's Treatise on Silk, Wool, &c.
History of religious Houses in

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378
478

313
Devon,

286 MARGATE, Journey to. See KIATE.
JOHNSON'S Edition of the English MARSHALL'S Experiments in Agricul.
Poeta, with Biographical Prefaces, 1;

1241
continued, 81; concluded, 186. Maatir's pablic and private Devocion,
JOHNSTONE on the malignant Angina,

432
29

MASERES, Baron. See CANADIAN
INQUIRY into the State of the Militia, Freeholder.

309 Mason's English Garden. Book II.
INSTRUCTION's for a Prince, 471

76
INSURANCE, Discourse on, 422 MATERIALISM, Publications relative
IRELAND, Publications relative to, 68,

to,

32
308, 474
Mavor's Parnassian Sprigs,

75
ITALIAN, Language. See BARETTI. Medical Register for 1779,
See POVOLIRI, See BOTARELLI. MELMOTH's Shenstone Gicen,

MEMOIRS

ture, &c.

61
1 73

MEMOIRS of Paul Jones, 393 PLAYs, old. See $1x.
See MORAL.

PLYMOUTH in an Uproar, 393
MODISH Wise,
+35 Poetic Tales,

7$
MONBODDO's Ancient Metaphysics, 191

Epifle to the Author of a Pa-
Moore's Seaman's Daily Afritant, 152 raphrase, &r.
MORAL and Historical Memoirs, 46 POLITICAL Mirror,

227
MURDIN's Three Sermons, 395 Poor Crocus,

393
POVOLERI's Rules for reading Italian,
N.

PRIESTLEY, DN . Publications rela-
TAŠNONI on the Hydrocele,

tive to his Notions concerning Neces.
NAVIGATION,
Inland. See fity,

36
PLAN.

Experiments, Sc. in natu.
NEWTON's Works, new Edition, 28 ral Philosophy, concluded, 161
Newcome's Harmony of the Gospels,

Sermon on the Divine In-

258 fluence on the Human Mind, 391
NIGHT.THOUGHT5, Author of, a hxih PROLOGUES and Epilogues, Colle&ion
Volume of his Works,
65 of,

153
NORMAN Di&ionary,

78 PROPOSALS for the Uniformity of
Noses. See TREATISE.

Weights and Mealures in Scotland, 21

PsALM. See COMMENT.
0.
PUBLICAN's Guide,

313
PYGMALION, a Poems

75

316

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Dispensary, &c.

60

R.
on the National Debt,

65

REFLECTIONS on the Dodrim
of the Opposition,”
227 of Materialism,

35
on the Tragedy of Al. REMARKS on the Rescript of the Court
bina,

315
of Madrid,

225
ODE to the Privateer Commanders, 56 - on Robinson's Plan, 295
to the Genius of Great Britain, REMONTRANCE des Naturalistes, 238

235 REPLY to Burgoyne's Letter, 389
See ENGLAND's Defiance. REPORTS of the Humane Society, for
ODES by Alves,
76 1778,

391
OSSORY, Bishop of, his Harmony of the

of Cares. See BROWN.
Gospels,

238 REYNOLDS's Discourse to the Royal
DUT LAWRY, Law of,

'Academy,

17
ROBINSON, Lewis, his Every Patient his
P.
own Doétor,

64

Robert; -his Transation of
ARAPHRASE on Anney's Paraphrase, Claude's Effay on the Compofition of a

Sermon,
PARNASSIAN Sprigs,

75

his Plan of Leatres on
PEARCE's Sermons,
119 Nontonformity,

dor
PETRIFACTIONS. See WALCOTT. ROCHESTER, Bishop of, his Sermons,
PHILALITHES Rufticans, on Material.

119
ism,
35 ROUSSEAU's Pygmalion,

75
PRILIDs's History of Shrew fury, 315 ROWLEY's Seventy-four Cases, 317
PHILOSOPHICAL Tranfactions, Volume RUFFORD's Sermon for the Support of
LXVIII, Part 2,
401 Miffionaries,

320
P#ILOXENIAN Version of the Gospels, RUSPINI On the Tecth,

67
White's Publication of,

36
PICTURES of Men, Manners, &c. 156

S.
PIGEON Fancier,

66
PLAIN State of Facts, relative to the Сотси Hut,
Trial of Sir Al. Leith,

393

SCOTLAND. Sce PROPOSAL.
Plan for recruiting the Army, 308 SEAMAN's Daily Alligant,

152
of the navigable Canals in Eng- SERMONS, fingle, 79, 160, 238, 320,
land,
387

396, 479
of Lectures. See ROBINSON.

by Bishop Pearce,

119
PLAYHOUSE Pocket Companion, 157

by Broughton,

• 319
SERMONS

Paraphrast

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of, 492.

POLYCARP translates the Greek Russia, revenue, &c. of the em-

Teltament into Syriac, 40. pire of, 59. Wonderful bones
Pope, Mr. his prosecution of Sir of gigantic animals found in,
Alexander Leith, Bart. and

535, 551,
nonsuit, 393;

RUSSIANS, preserved from the
PORTAL, M. his observations on scurvy by their antiseptic diet,

the liver, 491. His new me. 279, 410.
thod of performing amputations SACHEVERBL, Dr. compared to
in the extremities, 433.

a louse, 359.
Pouilli's differt. on the temporal SAINTE Croix, Baron de, his

jurifdi&tion of churches, 529. translation of the Ezour Ve-
Poussin, his style of painting

dam, 501.
compared with that of Rem- SAMANEANS, a fect of Indian
brandt, 18.

philosophers, 501.
PRAYER, an excellent one, of an Sciences, their influence on
Indian Brahmin, 503.

poetry, 509.
PREACHING, remarks on the Sciros, ifle of, some ac. of, 483.
progress of, 105.

SCOTLAND, proposal for an uni.
PREGNANCY, an astonishing case formity of weights and mea-

sures in that kingdom, 21,
PRINCIPES de morale. See Scurvy, oblervations and reme-
MOREAU.

dies relative to that disorder,
PRUSSIA, King of, anecdotes re- See GUTHRIE, HATGARTH,
lative to, 462.

MACBRIDE, MARTANO, and
Pulpit, always in the service of

SKIDDY.
the state, 108.

Ser, rapturous address to, 115.
PUTTER's history of the German Sixes, the different, of mankind,
empire, 59.

treatise on the means of rendera
QUIZ

See
U1nzy, membranous.

ing them nearly equal to each -
MICHAELIS.

ther in point of number, 459.
READERS, the various kinds Sherlock, Martin, his counsel

and characters of, 111. to a young poet, 462.
RECHERCHES Hifloriques, &c.

His lesters of a travel-
See DUMONT.

ler, 462.
REIMARUS on thunder and light. SIBERIA, curious relics found
ning, 58.

there, of the boncs of ele
REMBRANDT, remarks on his phants, &c. 535, 551.

style of painting, 18. Compared Sivry, M. De, his inquiries
with Poufin, ib.

concerning medals, inscrip.
REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua, his cri- tions, &c. 304. His opinion

tical observations on the art of relative to the supposed Egyp-
painting, 17.

tian bust at Turin, 306.
RICHARD, Abbé, his hiflory of SKIDDY, Mr. his account of the
Tonquin, 54.

eficacy of wort, as a remedy
ROCHEFORT, M, de, his critical

for the scurvy, 277.
hiftory of the opinions of the Society, remarks on the pro-
Ancients, 550

gress of, from the sectlement of
his memoir concern- the modern nations, to the
ing the history of Herodotus, eleventh century, 181.
523. His controversy with SORE THROAT, putrid, remedy
Abbé Batteaux concerning the

ancient Greek Tragedy, 52;. Saul, human, creacise in proof of
Rousseau, John James, defended the existence ard immater.ality
against D'Alembert, 302.

1

of,

for, 30.

551.

of, in German, 224. Theory VOLCANOS, evident reftiges of,
of, by a French writer, 486. throughout Greece ftill observa
Of the foul that animates the able, 483. A volcano in Lem-
brute creation, 487.

nos supposed to have given
SPAIN, antiquities in that king- rise to the fable of Vulcan's
dom described, 139.

forge there, ib. Whimsical
SPRAT, Dr. remark on his lite- theory of the ancient Grecian
rary character, 189.

volcanos, ib. Farther account
STEPNEY, his merit as a poet esti- of their operation in the origi-
mated, 189.

nal formation of mountains, &c.
STREATLAM CASTLE, ac. of, 283.
SUSANNA and Margaret, their VOLTAIRE, academical discourse
dialogue on religion, 97.

in honour of, 220. Anecdotes
SWIFT, Dean, his genius and of his life, 514. Of his death,

character, 356. Anecdotes of, 520.
357. His abusive characters of Vom Blitze, &c. 58.
Lord Wharton, and other per. Waller, bis failore in facred
fons of distinction, 361. His poetry accounted for, 8. Ge.
unhappy end, 363.

neral character of his poetry, 9.
TAMERLANE, his military inki. Watts, Dr. Isaac, memoirs of,

tutes, 451. His great cha. 426. His posthumous poetry
racter, 458.

and controversial writings cen-
TEETH, diseased, extraordinary
cafe of, 62.

WECUELIN, M. his memoirs
TEUTSCHE Reichsgeschichte, &c. concerning the philosophy of
59.

history, 514.
THEOCRITUS,

his
poetry charac. WEIGHTS and Measures. See

SCOTLAND,
TIME-KILLING, a serious bu- Wilson, Ben. electrical experie
ness, 114.

ments by, 407
Titian, remark on his picture WINKELMAN, Abbé, Heine's

of Bacchus and Ariadne, 20. eulogy on, 223
TONQUIN, people, resemblance Women, sketches relating to, in
of to the Chinese, 54.

various

ages

and nations, 4155
TRAILLES, Dr. his treatise on

421.

WYCK, Thomas, his fine picture
Traite des couleurs materielles of old London, 13.
et de la maniere de colorer, YEar, enquiry concerning the

diminution of the length of,
VARIATions in the obliquity of 497

the eclipic faid to amount to Zerds, learned books of an-
not a minute in 100 years, 497.

cient Persians, 529.
Vedams, four distinct sorts of Zeno, his great contempe for
those sacred books of the

poetry, 512,
Brahmins, &c. 502. When ZOROASTER, tenets of his reli-
published, ib.

gion, 529.

sured, 429.

terised, 513

the soul, 224

&c. 55.

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