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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.
CHARD, M. his experiments rela-
on the changes which earths
of serpents, 302.
His translations, wherein defective, 102.
compofitions, in general, 104.
, present Aate of, about
approach of rain, &c. 306. Experi,
this element, 513.
conduct in plundering Rome, 33.
servations relative to, 379.
ANATOMICAL observations, by M. Vicq.
- , by M. Bos.
natural biftory, 297.
the Escurial, 529.
account of the going of, 27.
of the fables of the ancients, 534.
DARSKNIR, M, his dissertations on
D noxious infeAs, 303.
ettablished at, 540. Memoirs of, ih.
physical unitics, 517.
his notion of the tides,
Birds, their migration, 301.
, Mr. Latham's synopsis of, 394.
spect to the divining rod, 498. Tefti.
cumcifion inveftigated, 494.
waertigens Zuftand Von Caflel, 465.
cestershire and Cheshire, curious partio
culars of, 260.
concerning the action of the electrical
fluid on metallic calxes, 484.
His poem on his own approaching
ticity of the testimony supposed to be gi.
ven by Jolephus concerning Chrift, 429.
large one at the Louvre, 137.
COLD, observations on the extraordinary
degrees of, in France, &c. in 1776,
of the number of ftreets in that city,
his non-discovery of Cape Circumfion,
· which settled on that Iland, 306.
tiections on the origin of civization,
notions concerning that bird, 264 .
M ADET, M. bis memoir concerning a
ether, &c. 140.
graces lately passed there, 313. Expla.
pation of the term, ib. The note.
latitude, &c. 406.
say on the weight, &c. of the air, 307.
civil government defended against Dean
Tucker, 324, 326.
of Arabico-Spanish authors in the li-
brary of the Escurial, 529.
Thod of teaching, 521. See also GLOBE.
discoveries in, 47, 56.
in the lives of ibe poets, published under
his name, 409.
new pendulum clock, 27.
plified, 481. Means of relief in such
D 'Arco, Count, his differtation on
origin of the conftellations, and the il
astronomy, 532, 534.
tions relative to, 556.
et de Curieux dans la Rifidence de Mos.
beim, &c 466.
.bian rales, 461.
power and properties, 497. Sec niore
works there, 259.
EDUCATION, remarks on, I-13. GRANGE, M. de la, his memoir concern-
rary character, 107.
I JAEFFLIN and Medicus, Mars.
science, &c. 305.
strange man, 233.
HEAT compared with electricity, 514..
HENLIP, curious account of the secreticn
HERCULES, Jabours of, illustrated by
tion on the mountains and quarries in tic, 317. Of his writings, 318.
HISTOIRE de la Chirurgie, depuis son ori-
HISTORICAL anecdotes of the Grecian
colony which seteled in Coraca, 306.
Fafti, collected from marbles lately dug cben Academie der W (encbaften, 304.
HOGARTH, ab&ract of his life, 444. His
HOGENDOR P, M, his description of the
113. Critical note on, 115. Curious
library of St. Mark at Venice, 509.
fent state of agriculture about Batavia,
HUNGARY, See FERBER:
HUNTING, observations relative to the
city, 545. Eminent literari there, 546. HYDRAULICS. See XIMENES,
dian seas, in 1761, vol. ii. 455. His
correspondence with M, Nux, 458.
detended, 5o5. Celebrated authors J IDOL of Paris, what, 228.
INOCULATION of the small-pox, reflec-
CATEL, wbich represents the motions in Java, 541.
Insects, natural fubordination observa-
ble in their economy, 300. Various
the motions of the nodes, and the va. INSURANCE of enemy's thips, arguments
Markt. M. le, (and his wife) fuffocated
by the vapour of a coal-fire, 481.
MANILLA, Some account of, 456.
ments by, 512
manuscripts in, 531.
MATERIALISM, doctrine of ridiculed,
MAYER, M. his testimony in favour of
Mr. Arnold's pendulum clock, 30g.
nomical subjects, 485, 486, 492. His sciences, 304.
notion of the cause of the tides, 533 Mengs the painter, his treatises on the
of his paintings, 528.
-, his memoir concerning mc. His memoir on the extraordinary cold
felt in France, &c. in 1776, 487.
the science of government, 466. MICROMETER, curious one in the cabi.
MINERALOGICAL oblervations of Dr.
MISSISSIPE bubble, rise and progrels of,
Monte R Jo, observations relative to the
differtation on the increase of the ha tion of the loadftone, 137. On several
s, general view of bis writings, On the situation of Cape Circumcifion,
375. His memoir on the cyca, 485. i
MTATURE, observarions on the police
in her productions, zoo.
his private life in his younger days,
NOAH's food, objedions to the scripture
NOUVEAUX conses Turcs di Arabes, 461.
- memoirs de l' A ademic Repair
i de Berlin, 1779, 508.
NOUVELL 18TES, of Paris, satirically
nity of the Spaniards in the West le
57,64. Farther strictures on, 162, 182, Nuove sperienze idraulicie, zio.
India Company, 541. Of the different
parts of Asia, ib.
fur les vegetaux nourija,
de la civilisation, &c. 382.
ROBERTS, Mr, his letter to the Re-
able circumftances attending, 33. By
the troops of Charles V. 37.
DARIS, observations relative to, 554.
P See also IDOL.
cerning nutritive vegetables, which, in
of ordinary food, 460.
from its crigin to our times, 461.
Happy climate of, ib.
lungen, &c. 467.
jectures, 105. !
ing several points in the mundane fyf.
tem, 485, 496.
ful one, made by an untaught mecha
tranflation of Homer, 354. His ori-
ginal poems appreciated, 360. .
a decreafing state, 131.
(fatalj effects of mephicic exhalacions,
of, in this country, 47. Enormous
sum paid annually to Ruffia for that
of land, gained from the sea on the
coasts of Languedoc, 486.
electriques, c. 381.
the Picture of Paris, 228.
ABBATIER, M., his memoir on the
organs of the circulation of the blood
on the respective fruation
of fuiminating gold, 484.
bhithing works of in England, 49. In
the Eat Indies, 52.
their poetry, 99.
which co prcfer, discussed, 1-6.