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To the REMARKABLE PASSAGes in this Volume.

N. B. To find any particular Book, or Pamphlet, see the

Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.

512.

CHARD, M. his experiments rela-
rive to heat, ftoves, electricity, &c.

on the changes which earths
undergo by fire, 514.
ACRIL, M. his differtation on the bite

of serpents, 302.
ADDISON, Mr, his poetry critised 101.

His translations, wherein defective, 102.
His critical talents 103. His prose

compofitions, in general, 104.
AGRICULTURE, di&tionary of, publilaed
at Paris, 539.

, present Aate of, about
Batavia, 542.
Air, alterations in the quality of, on the

approach of rain, &c. 306. Experi,
ments on the weight of, 307Onco
thes properties of it, 338, 346. Ef
fect on metals during their calcination,
482. Experiments relative to inflam.
mable air, 492. Other experiments on

this element, 513.
ALARIC, K. of the Goths, his peculiar

conduct in plundering Rome, 33.
ALGE, lake of, described, 548..
Alps, travels in, and philosophical obe

servations relative to, 379.
ANATONICAL observations, by M. Sab-

batier, 488.'
Arp, Rev, Vol. lit.

ANATOMICAL observations, by M. Vicq.
D'Azyr, 489.

- , by M. Bos.
denaue, 490.
ANECDOTZ historique de la colonic Greco

que, 306.
Aphorin's dissertations on the use of

natural biftory, 297.
ARABIAN and Turkish cales, new, com.

mended, 461.
ARABIC manuscripts in the library of

the Escurial, 529.
ARNOLD, Mr. his new pendulum clock,

account of the going of, 27.
ASTRONOMY applied to the illuftration

of the fables of the ancients, 534.
ATTI, &c. 464.

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DARSKNIR, M, his dissertations on

D noxious infeAs, 303.
BATAVIA, society of arts and Sciences

ettablished at, 540. Memoirs of, ih.
BIGUELIN, M. his memoirs concerning

physical unitics, 517.
BERNOULLI, M. astronomical memoiro
by, 5'7.

his notion of the tides,
533•
BIRDI, anatomy of, 141. Ito analogy
with that of the human body, ib.

Biano

Birds, their migration, 301.

, Mr. Latham's synopsis of, 394.
BLACKMORE, Sir Richard, his poetry

characterised, ios.
BLE''son, his wonderful faculty with re-

spect to the divining rod, 498. Tefti.
monies of its reality, ib. M. Sigaud's

teftimony, 503.
BOUVET, M'his discovery of Cape Cir.

cumcifion inveftigated, 494.
BRIEFE enis reifenden ueber den gegen.

waertigens Zuftand Von Caflel, 465.
BRINE-pirs, and rivers of brine, in Wor-

cestershire and Cheshire, curious partio

culars of, 260.
BRISSON and CADET, their memoirs

concerning the action of the electrical

fluid on metallic calxes, 484.
BRUCE, Michael, account of him 19.

His poem on his own approaching

deatb, ib.
BRYANT, Mi, his defence of the authen.

ticity of the testimony supposed to be gi.

ven by Jolephus concerning Chrift, 429.
BURNING glass, great powers of a very

large one at the Louvre, 137.

COLD, observations on the extraordinary

degrees of, in France, &c. in 1776,

487.
COLLIER'S controversy relating to the

ftage, sog.
COLLINS, his poetry characterised 411.
CONGETTURA meteorologicbe, 305.
CONGREVE, bis dramas confidered, tog,
112.
CONSTANTINOPLE, incredible account

of the number of ftreets in that city,

461.
Cook, Capt. defended, with respect to

his non-discovery of Cape Circumfion,

494.
CORALS, See Fougt.
CORDARA, Abbé, his military eclogues,

306.
CORREG10, his beauties, 147.
CORSICA, account of a colony of Greeks

· which settled on that Iland, 306.
CROIX, M. de la, his philosophical re-

tiections on the origin of civization,
and the means of correding its abuses,

382.
Cuckow, remarks on some prevailing

notions concerning that bird, 264 .
CYCLOID, Sce CLOCK.

M ADET, M. bis memoir concerning a
W new method of composing vitriolic

ether, &c. 140.
CALCINATION, See LAVOISSIER.
CAMBRIDGE, poem on the effects of rome

graces lately passed there, 313. Expla.

pation of the term, ib. The note.
CAPE Circumfion, inquiry concerning its

latitude, &c. 406.
CARI, Caetani, M. his philosophical er.

say on the weight, &c. of the air, 307.
CARTWRIGHT, Major, his principles of

civil government defended against Dean

Tucker, 324, 326.
CASIR10, Don, his descriptive catalogue

of Arabico-Spanish authors in the li-

brary of the Escurial, 529.
CastilLON, M. on the Socratie meo

Thod of teaching, 521. See also GLOBE.
CASTLEs in the air, a poem, 384.
CERES, hymn to, See HOMER..
CHEMISTRY, various improvements and

discoveries in, 47, 56.
CİBBER, Theophilus, how far concerned

in the lives of ibe poets, published under

his name, 409.
CLAVIGERO, Abbé, his ancient history
* of Mexico, 462.
CLICx, new pethod ef regulating the
motion of, 25. Account of Arnold's

new pendulum clock, 27.
COAL, vapour of, its fatal effe&ts exem-

plified, 481. Means of relief in such
cases, 482.

D 'Arco, Count, his differtation on
U the right of punishing, 464.
De la literartura Allemande, 304. +
Del Fondamento, &c, 464.
DELUGE. See Noah's flood.
DEPUTS, M, his memoir concerning the

origin of the conftellations, and the il
luftration of mythology, by means of

astronomy, 532, 534.
DERBYSHIRE, mineralogical obfersa.

tions relative to, 556.
DESCRIPTION de ce qu'il y a d'intereffee!

et de Curieux dans la Rifidence de Mos.

beim, &c 466.
DIGEON, M his new Turkifa and Ara.

.bian rales, 461.
DISCOURS public fur les langues, 462.
DIVINES, polemical, &c. iudicroufly de-
• scribed, 424,
DIVINING rod, wonderful account of its

power and properties, 497. Sec niore

under BLE'TON.
Dogs, cruelly used in the bufiness of

hunting, 217.
DROITWICH, curious account of the fakt

works there, 259.

E.
T ART#, fanciful theory of its increac,

L 298.
ECLIPSIS. See Sejour.

EDUCATION,

EDUCATION, remarks on, I-13. GRANGE, M. de la, his memoir concern-
EKMARK, M. his dissertation on the mi- ing the construction of Geographical
gration of birds, 301.

maps, 416.
ELECTRICITY compared with heat, GRANVILLE, Lord Landsdown, his lite-
514.

rary character, 107.
ELOCUTION, rules and observations re- GRATIAN, Emperor, his character and
Jative to, 81, 89, 195..

conduct, 29.
ENGELBRECHT, John, a wonderful vi-

fonary, 159.
ESCORIAL, Arabic library in, 529.

- 'H.
ETHER, vitriolic. See CADET.
EUDOCÍA, Emprefs, her treatise viola-
rium, &c. 531.

I JAEFFLIN and Medicus, Mars.
11 their contributions to literature and

science, &c. 305.
HALI, WESLIY, rome account of that

strange man, 233.
D ABLES of the ancients, how to be in. HAMMOND, his elegies characterised,
T erpreted by means of astronomy, 410.
534

HEAT compared with electricity, 514..
FALCONET's works, 311,

HENLIP, curious account of the secreticn
FASTOR U M anni Romani a Verrio Flacco, there of Garnet the Jesuit, &c. 261. -
&c. 307.

HERCULES, Jabours of, illustrated by
FENTON, his poetry, 112.

astronomy, 535.
FERBER's phyfico-metallurgical differta. HIEL, account of that extraordinary fana.

tion on the mountains and quarries in tic, 317. Of his writings, 318.
Hungary, 467.

HISTOIRE de la Chirurgie, depuis son ori-
FISCHER Uber die geschicbre des despo gine jusqu'à nos jours, 461.
tismus in Teurfcbland, 467.

HISTORICAL anecdotes of the Grecian
FOETUS. See SABBATIER.

colony which seteled in Coraca, 306.
FOGGINI, M. his remains of the Roman HISTORISCHE abbandlungen der Baierif-

Fafti, collected from marbles lately dug cben Academie der W (encbaften, 304.
up at Præneste, 307.

HOGARTH, ab&ract of his life, 444. His
FORMEY, M. his eulogy of M. Sulzer, merits as an engraver appreciated, 451.

HOGENDOR P, M, his description of the
FORSSAHL, M. his fora of infeets, 303. illand of Timor, 543.
FOUGT, Henry, his efsay on corals, 304. HOMER, his hymn to Ceres translated,
Fox-chalc described, 212,

113. Critical note on, 115. Curious
manuscript of his Iliad found in the

library of St. Mark at Venice, 509.
HOOYMAN, M. his account of the pre-

fent state of agriculture about Batavia,
O ARNET, the Jesuit, curious account 542.
U of his concealment at Henlip, and

HUNGARY, See FERBER:
discovery of, 261.

HUNTING, observations relative to the
GENEVA, interesting description of that principles of, 212. -

city, 545. Eminent literari there, 546. HYDRAULICS. See XIMENES,
GENTIL, M. le, his voyage in the In-

dian seas, in 1761, vol. ii. 455. His

correspondence with M, Nux, 458.
GERMANY, progress of despotism in that

country, 467.
GERMANY, the literary reputation of, JAYA. See BATAVIA.

detended, 5o5. Celebrated authors J IDOL of Paris, what, 228.
of that country, 506.

INOCULATION of the small-pox, reflec-
GLOBE, a moving one, invented by M. tions on the opposition to that practice

CATEL, wbich represents the motions in Java, 541.
of the earth, 417.

Insects, natural fubordination observa-
GRACE. See CAMBRIDGI.

ble in their economy, 300. Various
GRANGE, M. de la, his new theory of differtations on, 303.

the motions of the nodes, and the va. INSURANCE of enemy's thips, arguments
riations in the inclinations of the or for 29d against, 206.
bits of the planets, &c, 142 . JOSIPRUs. See BRYANT,

003

KABLO,

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Markt. M. le, (and his wife) fuffocated

by the vapour of a coal-fire, 481.
K ABLO, M. his composition for MANHEIM. See Description,
I painting in wax, 94.

MANILLA, Some account of, 456.
KINNICOTT, Dr. his bible, 121. MAPS. See DE LA GRANGE,
KUNXEL's red-glass, experiment relative MARGRAFT, M. philosophical experi.
to, 512.

ments by, 512
Marx, st, library of, at Venice, Greek

manuscripts in, 531.

MATERIALISM, doctrine of ridiculed,
I And, hists for regulating the right 421.
U of property in, 364.

MAYER, M. his testimony in favour of
-, gained from the sea, on the coaft

Mr. Arnold's pendulum clock, 30g.
cf Languedoc, how accounted for, 486. His miftakes on that subject, 349.
LANDI, M. de la, memoirs by, on aftro. MEMOIRS of the Bavarian acaderny of

nomical subjects, 485, 486, 492. His sciences, 304.

notion of the cause of the tides, 533 Mengs the painter, his treatises on the
LASSONE, M. de, his observati ns on the fine arts, &c. 143. His life, 523. Litt
proper ies, &c. of zinc, 483, 491.

of his paintings, 528.
on ammoniacal salts, 484. MERIAN, M. bis seventh memoir con.
- , on several kinds of air, 492." cerning the problem of Molyneux, 130,
LAVOISIER, M. concerning the calcina- MESSJER, M. his observations on the oc.
tion of tin in closed vessels, &c. 140. cultation of Satura by the moon, 455.

-, his memoir concerning mc. His memoir on the extraordinary cold
tals in calcination, 482.

felt in France, &c. in 1776, 487.
on the nitrous acid, 491. MEXICO, curious historical particulars
LAUTERN, univerfity of, for the Study of concerning, 463.

the science of government, 466. MICROMETER, curious one in the cabi.
Law, John, author of the Mißiffipi bub. net of the D. de Chaulnes, 544.
ble, aceount of, 183, 295.

MINERALOGICAL oblervations of Dr.
LETTERE capricciose di Fr. Alb. Capa. Gualandris, made in his traie's, 317
celli, &c. 465.

MISSISSIPE bubble, rise and progrels of,
LETTERS of the Abbé Sefini, from Sici. 183.
Ty and Turky, 307.

Monte R Jo, observations relative to the
of a traveller concerning the natural hidory of, 557.
present ftate of Cafel, 465. . MOLYNEUX, his celebrated problem dis.
LIBRARY poetically describert, 423. cuffed, 520.
LINKÆus, bis fyftem critised, 267. His MONNIER, M. his memoir on the varia.

differtation on the increase of the ha tion of the loadftone, 137. On several
bitable earth, 298. On insects, 303. aftronomical subjects, 485,486, 493,494.

s, general view of bis writings, On the situation of Cape Circumcifion,
374. Honours paid to his memory, ib. Remarks un, ib.

375. His memoir on the cyca, 485. i
Locke, his principles of civil govern.

N.
ment defended against the Dean of
Glocester, 271, 321, 330

MTATURE, observarions on the police
LOFTT, Mr. bis correspondence with the I of, or the fubordination difcernible
Reviewers, 78.

in her productions, zoo.
Louis XV. King of France, anedotes of NECESSITY, philosophical, remarks on,

his private life in his younger days,
242. In his more advanced years 244. NEGRO, a wbite one described, 343.
Faither view of his character 250. NESSE, or Nase, derivation of, 98.
More anecdotes, 252, 257

NOAH's food, objedions to the scripture
LYMAN, M. his differtation on the filk account of its univerfality, 268.
worm, 303•

NOUVEAUX conses Turcs di Arabes, 461.

- memoirs de l' A ademic Repair

i de Berlin, 1779, 508.
M.

NOUVELL 18TES, of Paris, satirically

describid, 231.
(ADAGASCAR, fome account of, Nuix, Abbé, his reflections on the bando
457.

nity of the Spaniards in the West le
MADAN, Mr. his Thelyphthora criticised, dies, 308.

57,64. Farther strictures on, 162, 182, Nuove sperienze idraulicie, zio.

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D ADIRMACHER, M. his account of
K the possessions of the Dutch Eaft

India Company, 541. Of the different
methods of calculating time in differeat

parts of Asia, ib.
RAPHALL, his excellencies and defe&t:

canvalled, 146.
RECHERCHES cbymiques fur l'etain, 458.

fur les vegetaux nourija,
REFLEXIONS pbilosopbiquer fur l'origine

de la civilisation, &c. 382.
REFORMATION, Protestant, general hif-

tory, 465.
RHEINISCHI Beitrage kur Gelebrfam.

keit, 305.

ROBERTS, Mr, his letter to the Re-
· viewers, concerning the rot in laeep,

398.
ROMANCI, ancient, poetical encomiuna

on, 424.
Romz, plunder of, by Aleric, remark.

able circumftances attending, 33. By

the troops of Charles V. 37.
Rot, in Theep, inquiry into the cause of,

398.
Rowe, Mr. bis poetry considered, 108.

DARIS, observations relative to, 554.

P See also IDOL.
PARMENTIIR, M. his inquiries con.

cerning nutritive vegetables, which, in
cimes of scarcity, may supply the place

of ordinary food, 460.
PASSAGL, north-welt, method of profe
· cuting future attempts for the discovery

of, 264
PEYRILHE, Dr. his history of surgery

from its crigin to our times, 461.
PHILLIPINE INands, account of, 455.

Happy climate of, ib.
-PHYSIKALISCH, metallurgische abbando

lungen, &c. 467.
Pagnotti, M. his meteorological con.

jectures, 105. !
PEACE, M. da la, his inquiries concern

ing several points in the mundane fyf.

tem, 485, 496.
PLANITARIUM, description of a wonder.

ful one, made by an untaught mecha

nic, 15o.
Portor. See STANZA.
Poison. See VEGETABLES.
Port, North. Sre PassaCŁ.
POLYGAMY, the billings of, displayed,

293.
Pope, historical remarks relative to his

tranflation of Homer, 354. His ori-

ginal poems appreciated, 360. .
POPULATION, of Great Britain, oot in

a decreafing state, 131.
PORTAL, M. bis memoir concerning the

(fatalj effects of mephicic exhalacions,

481.
Pot-ash, hints relative to the making

of, in this country, 47. Enormous

sum paid annually to Ruffia for that
· article, ib..
POUCET, M. his mem. on the accessions

of land, gained from the sea on the

coasts of Languedoc, 486.
Precis biftorique et exper. des pbenemeres

electriques, c. 381.
PRETTY, satirical use of that word in

the Picture of Paris, 228.

ABBATIER, M., his memoir on the

organs of the circulation of the blood
in the fætus, 138.

on the respective fruation
of the large vessels of the heart and

Jungs, 488.
SAGE, M. bis obf. on the decomposition

of fuiminating gold, 484.
Saggio di eg lagbe militari, 306.
- Oritrografico, &c. 31o.
Salt. See BRINE,
SALTPETRE, hints relative to the ella.

bhithing works of in England, 49. In

the Eat Indies, 52.
SAUSSURE, M. de, his travels in the

Alps, 378.
SCALDs, of Scandinavia, specimen of

their poetry, 99.
SCHOOLS, public or private, the queftion

which co prcfer, discussed, 1-6.
Sen, its ett and flow. See TIDIS,

SEJOUR,

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