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TITLES, AUTHORS' NAMES, &c. of the Publications reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, in the Criticisms and Extracts, fee the INDEX, at the End of the Volume,
BARRY'S Acc. of his Series of Pictures, &c. 400 BARTHOLOTTI Exercitatio Politico69
BAYLEY'S Entrance into the Sacred Language, 189 BEAUCHAMP, Lord, his Letter to the Belfaft Volunteers, 87 185
BEAUTIES of Administration, BEES. See BROMWICH. BELLAMONT'S Letter to Shelburne, 268 BERESFORD's Narrative of his Marriage with Mifs Hamilton, १० BERGMAN--Opufcula Phyfica, &c. 169 BERLIN, Memoirs of the Royal Acade my of Sciences there, for 1780, 152 farther Account of, 631 BIBLIOTHECA Modenese, 438 BIBLIOTHECA Topographica Britannica, 318 BIOGRAPHICAL Anecdotes of Hogarth, enlarged, 526
BISCARIS, Prince of, his View of the Antiquities of Sicily, 437 BLACK's Hiftorical Sketch of Medicine, 466
BLAIR's Lectures on Rhetoric, &c. 489 BLAZING Star, 540 271
BLOCKHEADS, an Opera,
BowLE's Edition of Don Quixote, 421 BRISTOL, Bp. of, his 30th of January Sermon before the Lords, 461 BRITISH Mufeum, Cat. of MSS. in, 389 BROMWICH's Experienced Bee-keeper, 543 BROTIER, Abbé, his Edit. of Phædrus, 590
BROUGHTON'S Enchiridion Botanicum,538 BROWN'S Reports, completed, 538 BROWNE'S Times, a Satire, 540 BURNEY'S Hiftory of Mufic, Vol. II. concluded, 30 BURTON Wood, a Novel, 457 BUTTER on the Infantile Remittent Fever, 92
CAPRICIOUS Lady, a Comedy, 270 "ALLANDER'S Military Maxims, 247 CARRA's New Principles of Natural Philofophy, 72 CASSA
CLUBBE on the Venereal Disease,
concluded, COMBE's Defcript. of the Ancient Coins and Medals in Dr. Hunter's Muf. 434 COMMENTARII de Republica Batava, 79 COMMENTATIONES Pbilofofbica Selec
tiores, &c. CONSTITUTION of the States of America, 184 449
CONSTITUTIONAL Guide to the People,
CONSEQUENCES (not before adverted to) from the late Revolution, &c. CONSIDERATIONS on the Treaty with America, 367
on Militias, &c. 459
89 Vol. II. 460 CURSORY Remarks on a Fanatical Publication, 282
DANCER on the Expedition against St.
DARWIN. See LINNAVS.
DECUDE Epiftolar Sobre el Estado, &c. See
ALBON, Count, his Difcourfes on the Hiftory, &c. of feveral European Nations,
DEFENCE of the Rockingham Party, 535
DISCORSO pronunziato. See ODAZZI.
DRAPER's Obf. on the Sentence of the
CORNWALLIS's Anfwer to Clinton's
266 CORRECTOR'S Remarks on his Majefty's Speech, &c.
85 CORRESPONDENCE with the Re viewers, 95, 192, 288, 375 COUNTRY Clergyman's Shrove-tide Gift,
COWLEY'S Which is the Man? A Comedy, 249 CROFT-Water, Obfervations on, 361 CULLEN'S Letter to Lord Cathcart, 546 CUMBERLAND's Myßerious Hufband, a
CHAM on the Rights of El Fthe Population, mea
LASTICITE' de l'Eau,
ERMAN and Reclam, their Hiftorical Me-
ACTS, or, a Comparative View of
FERGUSON's Roman Hiftory, 333
FERRONIUS, M. his Theory of Exponen-
HATSELL'S Precedents of Proceedings in the Houfe of Commons, 193 HAWIS's Addrefs to the King and Par
HISTOIRE de l'Acad. Rogale des Sciences, 625 &c. Paris, for 1779, HISTORY of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, 309 of Difcoveries, &c. relative to 350 529
of Ali Bey,
and Memoirs of the Royal Seciery of Medicine, at Paris, for the Year 17795 553 HISTORICAL Sketch of Medicine, 466 HOGARTH, Anecdotes of,
526 HOLDER'S Syftem of French Syntax, 281 HOLLAND's Sermon at Pudley, 287 HOOKE. See APOLOGY.
HOUEL, M. his Travels through Sicily, 167 &c. No. 1, and II. 595
HEBREW Grammar. See WILSON.
463 Richard, Efq. See LUDLOW, &c. HINDOSTAN. See RENNEL. HINTS for fupplying the Public with Sea
men and Soldiers, 533 HISTOIRE de la Vie privée des François,
Phyfique, Morale, Civile, et PoLitique de la Ruffie Ancienne, et Moderne,
No. III. &c. HUNTER'S Ancient Coins, HUNTINGFORD'S Introduction to the Writing of Greek, Part I. Part II. Metrica Monoftrophica, 505 44 HYMN to the Sun,
ACKSON's Letters on various Subjects, 391
JENKINS's Letters on Penticrofs's Dif
IMPORTANT Debate, &c.
INADEQUACY of Parliamentary Reform265
INDIES, East, Tracts relative to, 87, 167, 363, 400, 535 INGLEFIELD, Capt. his Narrative of the 187 Lofs of the Centaur, INQUIRY Conc. Military Force, &c. 449 INSTRUCTIONS for Shepherds, &c. 264 INTRODUCTION to Polite Literature, 280 463 JONES's Probation Sermon,
Sermon before the Sons of the
552 ENNICOTT's Sermon on the Sab
KERGUELEN's Two Voyages to the Southern and Indian Seas,
KING's Thoughts on the Difficulties, &c. in which the Peace has involved us, 371 KNOX's Effays, Moral and Literary, new Edition, 303 ACEPEDE, Count, his General and and Particular Syftem of Natural Philofophy, 613 LANDAFF, Bishop of, his Letter to the 43 Archbishop of Canterbury, LANDEN'S Appendix to Obfervations on 289 Converging Series, LAVATER. John GASPARD, his Effay on Phyfiognomy, &c.
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