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of Upsal, 14. His conversation Wine, &c, its effects on digestion
tranfit of Mercury in 1769, over
the Sun, 413
aftonishing regimen, 262.
a case of canine madaeis, 256.
INDEX to the Remarkable Passages in the FOREIGN
Articles contained in the APPENDIX.
tion on the absurdity of mortals F Autet, obf. relating to the na-
of a planet, on the hypothesis of
diffimilar meridians, 498.
verted on, 541..,
DAUBENTON. M. his obf. on the
practice of housing sheep in win-
to the simple powder, and the DEA.
ture and antiquity of, 530.
FRANKLIN, Dr. elegant compli-
nary deceptions, by the itrange the Father of Eleåricity, 552.
ELLERT, Mr, his folemn and
J pathetic declaration of the
che consolations of religion, 511.
GEOGRAPHY; the ignorance of
mankind, in relation to, plea-
Gille, M. St. a famous ventri- MONNIER, M. Le, his obs. on the
loquist, his curious exploits, 512. greatest inclination of the orbit GLORY, remarkable strictures on of the moon to the plane of the
the use of that term, as applied ecliptic, &c. 498.
to the Supreme Being, 534. MONT 1 ESQUIEU, See Women. GOVERNMENT, English, Voltaire's Moon. See MONNIER.
remarks on, 536. The forms Mother, influence of the passions of, in what respects borrowed and imaginations of, over the from the French, 5376
fetus, allerted, 542. Inftances
of the reality of, ib.
On the un- HILOSOPHERS,
540. style POLYGAMY, , and manner of, 541.
531. Disadvantages of, "ib. HUBNER, his geography laughed at by Voltaire, 533.
ATURN, orbit of, M. de la I.
Lande's tables relating to, 494. OB, critical remarks relating to Sheep, wrong practice of the a passage in, 547,
French husbandmen, in boufing INOCULATION, of the small pox, these creatures in winter, 496. .
relating to the secret of, 546. SILK, curious experiment on the JUDEA, God of, prophanely re- art of dying with cochineal, presented, 559.
494 JUPITER. See MARALDI.
ACITUS, specimen of Bro. . on
cier's supplement to, 5273 the orbit of Saturn, 497. TARTAR, acid of. See LASSONE, Lassone, M. de, his experim. on Taste, remarks on, 535. the combination of the acid of TURK, his notable dispute with
a tartar with antimony, 495.
German, about polygamy, 53, LUXURY, necessity of, to render a country rich and powerful,
AN SWIETEN, his commen
tary on Boerhaave comM.
pleated, 552 'ACQUER, M. his account of VENTRILOQUIST, curious account
a capital discovery in the of one in France, 513. Of art of dying filk, 493.
another in Germany, 519. Prin MARALDI, M. his memoir on the ciples of ventriloquism investi
variation in the inclination of of the second satellite of Jupiter, VESPASIAN, Emperor. See Wo
&c. 496. MENGEN, Baron de, a famous VOLTAIRE, M. de, account of his
ventriloque, 518. His curious literary quarrels, with a liit of deceptions, 519
his antagonists, 507. His fentiMe SALA, the Consul, memoirs ments on a variety of subjects, of his life, 564
529, et jeg. His idea on a point
of tafte, in poetry, contraverted, Famous question of their equality 535•
of genius with the men discussed,
524. The women of ancient W.
Greece defended, againf MonAnton, Henry, his adven- tesquieu, 530. Remarkable fie
tures, an imitation of Swift's delity of a Roman lady; with Gulliver, 503
her heroic answer to VespaWives, plurality of, advantages fian, ib.
and disadvantages of, 531. Women, Roman, panegyricon,
Their extraordinary at- AVERIUS, St. Francis, riditainments in science, &c. about culous legends concerning, the time of the Croisades, 523. 533•
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The following sips are in the account of the Ventrilogue, P.
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