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Titles, `AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Books

and PAMPHLETS contained in this Volume.

N. B. For REMARKABLE Passages, see the INDEX,

at the End of the Volume.

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Avinces of France,

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226

Ccount of the southern pro- Antane Ön Castor. Oil, 353

78 Cesares, Account of, 255 of the Cesares, 255 CHRISTIAN Meditations, 468 of Mr. Legge, 473

CHURCHILL Diffected, 276 Observations on, ibid. CHURCHILL's Gotham, Book III. Adam's Ruins of Dioclefian's pa- lace,

70

Times,

20t ADDRESS to the inhabitants of

Independence, 271 Oxford,

399 CINNABAR, fee Dalby. ADMONITION to the young Clergy, CLAIMs of the Church examined,

224 ALARM to the Stock-holders, 74 Clark on Mechanics, 221 Allen's satirical Trifles, 232 Cleanthes and Semanthe, 159 ALMENA, an opera, 385

COLLECTION of Texts on the Tris AMPUTATIONS, Essay on their nitarian and Unitarian Schemes, Inutility,

317 ANTIDOTE to Arianism, 226 COLIGNAN on the Structure of the ANTI-Times,

318
Human Body,

335 APPOLONTUS Pergæus, see Lawson. COLLOQUIAL Effay on Education, ARCHDUTCHESs Elizabeth's Me

238 ditations,

468 Comens's Digeft, Vol. II. 190 Arne's Guardian Outwitted, 474 CONSIDERATIONS on the Colo

nies,

319 B.

CONTRAST, an Epistle to Churchil,

346

318

BABARILETS Pharmacopeia

CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers,

400, 480 Hippiatrica, 235 COUNTER-Address,

153 BEAU MONT'S Instructions for CRUCIFIXION, a poem, 73

319 BENSON's Life of Christ, 81

D. 346

Alex on Cinnabar and Musk, BRECKNOCK's Epithalamium, igi

472 A 2

D'ALEM

young Ladies,

DAlzy

D'ALEMBERT's Miscellaneous FOSTER's Letters to a DifTenting

Pieces,

25

Minister,

73

DEFENCE of the Minority, 142

of the Majority, 233

G.

of the Robin Hood So-
ciety,

Aston's Scripture Account of
see Mayhew,

the Faith, &c.

223
D'Eon's Considerations Hifto- GENERAL, a Poem,

231

riques,

238 GLANDERS, Remedy for,

188

DE Sind on the G'anders,

188' Glas's History of the Canaries, 34
Dickinson'Speech," 318 GRAINGER's Sugar-Care, 105
Dioclesian's Palace, fee Adams. 'Grove's Lives of the Dukes of
DISPENSATORY, see Review. Devonshire,

31
Dod's Comfort for the Afflicted,

225

H.

DODWELL's Charge, 228

DOUGLAS's Peerage of Scotland, AWKRIDGE on Fevers, 249

173

DUCHAL's Sermons, Vols. II. Jiam the Conqueror, 78

and III.

278 HERODOTUS, Wesseling's Edi-

concluded, 323 tion of,

461.

Duhamel's Agriculture, 39 HISTORIES of Lady Frances. She

&c.

74

E.

HISTORY of the Canaries,

54

ATON's Sermons,

72

of Haroun Alrachid, 160

ELEGIAC Poem on Mr. Hen.

of the Parliament of

ley,

232 Great Britain,

233

ELEGY written in a Quaker's Bu-

of England, in Letters,

rial-ground,
230

245

on the Death of Churchill,

of Lucinda Courtney,

474
· ELPHINSTONE's Collection of Pos

of the Robin Hood, ib.

ems,

231

of Religion, 407

ENQUIRY into Feudal Tenures,

of Jenny Salisbury, 475

150

of the Old Bailey Fore

whether Juries

tune-teller,

479

Judges of Law, &c. 240 HOLDEN'S Paraphrafe on Job, &c.
into the Doctrine of Li.

73
bels, Warrants, &c. 454 Holwell's India Tracts, 70
ESSAY on temporal Affection, 78 HORSES, fee Glanders.

on the Marriage-act, 79 HOSPITALS, see Modern.
on West India Diseases, How's Busy Bodies, &c. 225

248 Hymn to Harmony, 397
on Amputations, 346

Evan Evans on Welsh Poetry, 22

J.

Evans, John, his Harmony of

, see ,

che Gospels,

JOHNSTON's Pronouncing Dic-
tionary,

399

F.

Jones on the Origin of Language,

OOTE's Patron, a Comedy,

153 JUVENILE Poems,

230

Liar, Do. ibid.

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Fore's

428

K

foil,

LAND

K.

MAYHEW's Remarks on the Ana

fwer to his Observations, 396

Y NASTON'S Vindication of MEGHAN en the Baths of Bareges,

Tacitus,

80

196

METER's Metry Philosophert 438

L.

MEMOIRS of the late Mr. Jack.

237

ANDEN's Refidual Analyfis,

of George Psalmanazar,
90

364
LANGTON'S Effay on the Soul,

in concluded, 446

414 MERCANT!Le Book-keepiog 320

LA TOUCHE on the Stone; 357 METHODIST Instructed, 469

Lawson's TranAation of Apollo M'Ewen on Grade, &c. 73

nius Pergæus,

159 MINIFIES, Miffes, their History of

LECCE, see Account:

Lady Frances, &e..

74

LELAND, Dr. T. on Eloquence, MODERN Practice of the - London

118 Hofpitals,

47:

Letter to, on Do. 305

Universal History, Vol.

LETTER from the Elephant, 74

XLI.

240

to Mr. Pike,

Vol. XLII. 307

to the Peace-maker, 233 MÔRELL's Contralt, an Epifle to
to Dr. T. Leland, 305 Churchill,

318
to the Public Advertiser,

Tales of the Genii,
318

470
to the Rt. Hon. Charles Mozeen's Lyrick Packet,

317
Townshend,
397 MUSEUM Rufticum,17

327
- concerniag Epic Poetry,

479

N.
Letters -to a Diflenting Mini-
* fter,

73

AVIGATION on the Thames
to the Reviewers, 400,

considered,

238
480
LIAR, a Comedy,

153

0.

Life of William the Conqueror,

78

BservaTIONS on divers Par

of Cardinal Pole,

fages of Seriptare,

of Judge Jefferys, 238

on Macknight's Har-
Lloyd's Capricious Lovers, 474 mony,

358

Lowth's Sermon' at Durham, 301

on the Account of

Mr. Legge,

473

M.

ORIENTAL Anecdotes, 160

Owen on the Gospels, 49

ACAULAY's History of St.

OXFORD Sausage,

232

Kilda,

79
MACBRIDE's Effays,

288

P.
MACKNIGHT, fee Observations.
MAILLARD, on the Rheumatism, ATRON, a Comedy,

153
470
MARCANDIER on Hemp,

159

PPILOSOPHICAL Trawlactions, Vol.

MARTIN on Quadrille, 238

LIII.

205

MAYHEw's Defence of his Obser-

continued, 261

vations,

225

concluded, 417

POLE's

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TALBOT on public Wormipo

Pole's Life,

130

by Story, 228 PORTAL's Ode on War, 296

by Richmond, 469 PROCEEDINGS against General

Single, 80, 160, 301, Monckton,

158

320, 400, 480 PSALMANAZAR, see Memoirs. SMART's Ode to the E. of North

umberland,

231
.
SOLDIER, a Poem,

232 Song of Solomon translated, 161 Uadrille, Treatise on, 238 SOVEREIGN Remedy for Hypo

Question on some late Dif- crify, miffions,

-255 ST. KILDA, see M'Aulay.

Stone, Disease, Account of, 357
R.
STORCK on Saffron,

349
STORY's Sermons,

228 ANDALL's Husbandry, 93 STRONC's Providential History of REDMOND, fee Remarks.: Mankind,

339 Reeves's Hist, of the World, 80 SUGAR-Cane, a Poem,

105
REID's Enquiry into the Mind,
concluded,

T.
REINHARDÍ On the Gospel, 316
Religia Laici, ::

226 Remarks on Redmond,' 472

224 Reply to the Counter Address,233 TEMPTATION, a Poem,

73. to the Defence of the Ma- Texts, see Collection. jority, :

473 THEOBALD's young Wife's Guide, RESURRECTION, a Poem, 232

234 RETURNS of Spiritual Comfort, TIND AL’s Abridgment of Spence'a &c. 469 Polymetis,

235 Review of the London Dispensa- Tour of the Duke of York, 319 - tory, ...) 251 TRIUMPH of Genius,

398 Richmond's Sermons, 469 True-born Scot,

232 ROBINHOOD Society, History of,

398

V.
Defence of,

ibid. Rogers's Poems,

414

OLTAIRE's Supplement to ROMAINE's Life of Faith, 225

his General History, RUFFHEAD's Edition of the Sta

Treatise on Toleration, tutes at large, Vol. VI. 240

241
Vols. VII, and
VIII.

397
ALLET,

74
S.

WARRANTS, &c. see En.

quiry. ATIRE, a Poem, 232 Watkinson's Admonitions, 224

232 Welsh Poetry, see Evans. SCHOMBERG on the Colico Pico- WESLEY's Survey of the Creation, num, 182

156 School of Virtue,

399

WESSELING's new Edition of HeSEASONABLE Alarm to London,

rodotus,

398 West-lodia Diseases, Essay on, SERMONS-by Duchal, 278

248 by Eaton,

WEST

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WEST-India Colonies, Considera- WITHERSPOON's Effays, 469 į tions on,

319 Wynn's Edition of the New Testa WHITEWOOD's Letter to Pike, i ment,

401 225 Whitworth's Succession of Par

Y. liaments,

79 WILLIAMS's Attempt to restore Qung Wife's Guide,

234 the supreme Worship of God,

YOUNG

148

CONTENTS of the FOREIGN ARTICLES,

in the APPENDIX to this Volume.

552

538

A.

Descriptio novi instrumenti pro cura Catara&tæ,

552 ABREGE' Chronologique de l'Hift. DIATRIBE, de Cepotapitio, &c. de Pologne,

547 ALBINUS-Academicarum Annota- Dictionaire Philosophique, 503 tionum Liber sextus, 545 DISSERTATION sur la Nature, les

degres de l'Evidence, 556 B.

DISSERTATIon sur Elie et Enoch, &c.

558 Bonnet Contemplations de la Du Pay - Instruction pastorale, Nature,

&c.

532 BOURLANGER Dissertation sur

E.
Elie et Enoch, &c. 558 ELEMENTA Metaphysicæ,

550 Buffon-Histoire Naturelle, &c. Entretiens entre un homme du Tom. X.

548
Monde, &c.

553

F.
Č..
FERMIN–Traité des Maladies, &c.

530 CASIMIR-Send Schrieben von der Formex-Discours Moraux, 552

Austrottung derer Kinder-blat. teru,

545

G. CONTEMPLATIONS de la Nature, Genoves 1—Elementa Metaphy538 ficæ,

557 Contes de Guillaume Vadé, 542

H.
Histoire Angloise de Milord
Feld,

550

1. D'ALEMBERT Opuscules Mathe. INSTRUCTION pastorale de Eveque matiques, Tom. III. 549

532 D'ARGENSON—Considerations sur Joncourt-Oeuvres diverses, 553 le Government de la France,

557

L. De BEAU MONT — Lettres de Ro. LAMBERT- Pensées sur la maniere selle,

515
de rechercher la Verité,

556 Des Corps Politiques et de leurs L'Espion Chinois,

534 Gouvernemens, 556 LETTRES de Cecile a Julie, 557

D.

du Puy,

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