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Monnet's System of Mineralogy, Othman Lillus Anconitanus, his
remarkable epie poem in praise
variations of the magnet, 489. - ploits, 547 .
Setting, 497, On Saturn's Ring, PAros, ille of, described, 481.
498.' On the variations in the tor Antiquities there, ib.
courses on the government of Account of a complete editioa
" - of his writings, 507.
account of the English, 12.
habitants of, described, 473.. concerning the influence of na.
Persians, ancient, remarks on
PHILIPPA, Queen, her oratorical
on the mind of man, 503. ." their great contempt for poetry,
observations relative to, by Meff. PHILOSOPHY, natural, experi
Philoxenus, Bishop, bis Syriac
tory of the Tussilago and PetaPIGEONS, numerous catalogue of
the foris, 66.
translation of, 528.
Of the ancient Greeks,
. and philosophy, 509. Their
than is generally fupposed, 553. 523. Its abuse of hiftory, ib.
ductions, 117.. The Seasons of of, 2.
POLYCARP translates the Greek RUSSIA, revenue, &c. of the em-
Alexander Leith, Bart. and 535, 551, ei
RUSSIANS, preserved from the
the liver, 491. His new me. . 279, 410.
a louse, 359.
jurisdition of churches, .529. translation of the Ezour Ve-
compared with that of Rem- SAMANEANS, a fect of Indian
SCOTLAND, proposal for an uni-
sures in that kingdom, 21.
dies re'ative to that disorder,
MACBRIDE, MARTANO, and
Ser, rapturous address to, 115.
creatise on the means of render-
ther in point of number, 459.
to a young poet, 463.
His letters of a travel-
there, of the bones of ele.
style of painting, 18. Compared SIVRY, M. De, his inquiries
concerning medals, inscrip-
tian bust ac Turin, 306.
efficacy of wort, as a remedy
history of the opinions of the Society, remarks on the pro-
gress of, from the settlement of
of, in German, 224. Theory Volcanos, evident veftiges of,
nos fupposed to have given
forge there, ib. Whimsical
volcanos, ib. Farther account
nal formation of mountains, &c.
in honour of, 220. Anecdotes
character, 356. Anecdotes of, 520.
Lord Wharton, and other per. W ALLER, his failure in sacred
neral character of his poetry, g.
tutes, 451. His great chao - 426. His pofthumous poetry
and controversial writings cen-
Weguelin, M. his memoirs
ments by, 407.
of Bacchus and Ariadne, 20. eulogy on, 223,
various ages and nations, 415,
Wyck, Thomas, his fine picture
et de la maniere de colorer, YEAR, enquiry concerning the
- diminution of the lengih ol,
the eclipic faid to amount to 7 Ends, learned books of an.
those sacred books of the poetry, siz.
: gion, 529.
END OF VOL. LXI.