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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.
On reed corng
ABEILLARD, his conversation with Anderson, Dr, his experiments on the cul.
Heloisa, on the subject of marriage, ture of potatoes, 473.
kind, 315. Children most apt to be
Emperor Akber, 615. His noble fen. pable, for not teaching them bexter,
316. Hunting, an inhuman pattime,
203. Of Arts and Sciences in Ame- ib. Of angling with live baito, ib.
how their species are difting. 601.
iBands, 110. Subsequent adventures of
ardent fevers, 685. Ordinary prescripe: Antimorial wine, improved method of
Antiquities of various kinds, described,
Ariillery Company, account of, 333.
history of, 419.
ners of its ancient inhabitants, 627.
does not produce water, 327: but ni. BACON, Ld. his Efsays modernized,
274. His life, by Dr. Willymote, ib.
His opinion concerning war, 673.
Baillie, Col. narrative of the imprisonment
His haram, 617. His library, 618. Baldwin, Mr. his account of a curious
His manner of spending his time, 620. electrical appearance, 389.
reflections, and anecdotes rel. to many Barometer, the causes which produce inac-
eminent men of letters, &c. 642-654. curacy in measuring heights with it, 32.
surements, 33. A portable one des. 206.
Baib walers, Acw ideas conces ning, 267.
Beauty. See Cyprus
the presence of small quantities of elec.
ing the nitrous and vitriolic acids, 3:5.
Centripetal forces, theory of, algebraicalis
the woollen manufact, in Ireland, 512.
Cbeljea College, history of, 417. Abules
Cheltenbam waters, their qualities, 268.
the French fyfiem, 74. The different
systems of, compared, 163–165. The
Cbrifiianiry, its doctrines incomprehen.
Churcb, primitive, free remarks on the rile
Of his two brothers, 645. Epigrana Churches, oblervations on, 302.
Cicero, obl. on his literary character, 435.
63. His progressive growth at different one of his orations against Verres,
Cleg born, Dr, his account of various sob.
Cloper, obr. on different crops of, 480.
at 12 years old, from various authors, 34. Cause of, on high mountains, gzi.
Collins, Mr. his epifle to Sir Thomas
Holland censured and defended, 667. speare's characters, 81. Hie ode oa
found in Lombard-street, 301.
culties in calculating its return, ib.
of France, 574
causes, 178. And on ibe method of
forft voyage round the world, 397. His
Jecond voyage, 358. His ibirá, 399.
lations of the East India Company rela. Cooke, Mr. his drill plow recommended,
Couris martial, their history, 416.
by the French chemifs, 588. Do-
Crimea described, 638. Now a Raffas
Criminals under sentence of death, doubts Elixir fætidum, an excellent prescription
relative to the expediency of giving the for making it, 687.
Ellio, Mr. his improv d method of cor-
moon from the sun or a fixed ftar, 35.
King of Prussia, 680.
when they bave two equal roots, 144.
Analyfis of indeterminate, 590.
Elber, of Sir Isaac Newton, adopted by the
modern chemifts, 585. Different mo.
living, 519. Account of a most beau. heat, ib.
Euflarius, St. capture of, in the late war,
not yet beneficial to the capturs, 378.
Plan for a division of the prize-money,
the expanfion of the air, 321. FENELON, Archbishop, anecdotes re-
lative to, 650.
Fermentation, theory of different species of,
& injustice of their imprisonment, 467. Fire arms, when first used, 333. Reasons
Fisher, Mr. his case of an abdominal tu.
Flatlery, striking instances of its being
Difilley, in Scotland, review of the laws verses in recommendation of, ib.
Fleming, Mr. on the agitation of the
Fluenis, found by infinite series, how cor-
unnecellary expence, in that of men, vitriol, 576. On the mucous capsulæ,
GANNET, Mr. on the Aurora Borealis,
minate equations, 570.
Ge-organon defcribed, 459.
of, in regard to illicit trade, &c. 373. menis determined, 38. Tables of its
German ode, without rhyme or meire,
quantities of it, 319.690. The mane Gibbon, Mr, his mode of historical compo-
613. See Baldwin. See Cavallo. ment of the Popes, 125. Of the Crue
because earth is demonstrated to be a His ftyle cominended and criticiled,
Glajs, De, on the afinity of certain words Hurring, in Hindoftan, described, 631.
in the language of the Friendly islands, Hunting furd's ode to fleace, traslated by
a boy only 12 years old, 360.
afironomy and geography, but not in subscribers to his Hiftory of Dorbam,
Theory of the earth, 36.
Hydrops pectoris, the disease describes,
FAMES, Dr. a curious anecdote con-
cerning his method of adminiftering
over the meridian, 570.
is charged with electrical fluid, 320. land, 428.
domination and tyranny over the po- the Bramins, 596. Duties of the Brae
atry, 598. Their ideas of future ps.
effects, ib. Composition unknown, 419. Indies, Eaft. See Bengal; see Baillie; see
Inscription, a curious one in a rock at Ni.
On a Roman alcar at Tinmouth, 426.
Fones, Mr, his account of Weft-river
conduct of his trial, 267. Patronizes tive to tithes, 455. The queftion rel. to
the study of Eastern literature, 616. the violation of ibe articles of Limerick
Irritability in vegetables, 248.
Fullinian, emperor, celebrated as a great
ed to imitation, ib.
pears in india, 181; Its method of cure, KEATE, Mr. editor of capt. Wilfos':
acc. of the Pelew iBands, his respect-
Kings, rarely diftinguished as Authors
Kıs Corry.touse described, 514
Worship only one God, 623. Arc ig- Keumiss, a Tartarian wine, method of
triluted more toward the ruin of
Their moral character unfavourably 1t.
La Fontaine, his verses on adulation, 647.
of, translated, 652, 654.
In London, 249.
Learned men, danger of their being wife great master of the eloquence of the
At Hawkhill, 39.
Observations on the mode of keeping,
Microcosm, a periodical work, wiitten by
East India fhip, 614. A ready conduce of their prole, 213. Of their poetry,
Last will and teftamant of the
A Real names of the writers, ib.
tions on natural history, 390. On in. Milion, the most learned of all our poets,
grafting fruit trees and vegetation, ib. 1. His juvenile poems appreciated, 2.
Obf. on his other pieces, 9-12. Cri-
discused, 99. Vindicated against the
poems commended, 343. Story of his
flagellation at the university controvert.
and poetically displayed, 157;
the moon with the Pleiades, 571. On
Conjunction of the moon with Venus,
nara, Ambola, and Elephanta, 423. Montagu, Ed. Wortley, not the author of
under his name, 469. The rev. Mr.
Mcon, a new method of correcting its obo
served distance from the sun or a fixed
Its conjunction with the
Pleiades, 571. Occultation of Venus
by it, 573
Morion, muscular, said to be independent
Mulberry, a proposal for propagating it by
Muller, its natural history, and migra-
Mushrooms, difficulty of deferibing them,
from the mineral kingcom, 684.
a ftatesman, and warrior, 15.
of the Pleiades by the moon, 571. Of Nedbam, Marchamont, his “ excellency of
of 1785. ib. On another comet, 574. Negative quantities, their use in Algebra,
Elegant complimentary Negroes, their slavery in the W. Indies