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RuAZEŚ, memorable saying of his,' Society, Royal, censured for their
concerning physicians, 551. conduct relating to their PhiloROSELLE, marquis de, ftory of, sophical Transactions, 205. Ac-. 515.
cused of pretending to propheROUSSEAU, Mr. his inconsistency cy, 207. Charged with timi.
in pretending to be a Christian, dity, and a false veneration for 489, 491. His natural dispofi
great namęs, ib. “tion Itrongly tinctured with fin. SONG of Solomon, a pastoral dragularity, &c. 492. His notion ma; or description of a real. of miracles, 498.
marriage in seven eclogues, 162. RUM, poetical encomium on, 115: Objections to this opinion anRussian empire, fucceffion and fwered, 165: Commentary on
claims to, on the demise of Pe.. the third eclogue, 167. New ter the great, 308. Consequent translation of disto, 168. Anrevolutions thereon, 309–316. notations, 169
Soul, its spirituality philosophie, S.
cally considered, 29, sts union
with organized bodies considerAffron, see Colchicum..
ed, 540. Sr. CHRISTOPHER, iland of Spain, satirically characterized, described, 107,
203., SCHOOL-Boy, his bon mot, on Ba- SPEECH, origin of, in general, laam's ass, 544
429. SCOTLAND, kings of, their al-" Spy, an absurd title for books, lowance when they came to 534. London, 217.
STAR-Chamber, its origin, 454. SE A-Scurvy, new medicine forSTIRLING, Mr. his account of a the cure of, 297.
remarkable darkness in AmeSeeing, that faculty philosophically considered, 8.
STONE, Mr. his account of the Semi-Virgilian Husbandry, what, çure of agues by the bark of the
willow, 215 SENTIMENT, freedom of, assert.' STYLE, figurative, entirely found
ed, in a dialogue between an ed in nature, 122. English lord, and a Portuguese Sun, distance of, from the earth, count, 510.
417. Eclipse of, Ap. 1, 1764, Shadows, of things floating in account of, 422.
Parallax of, water, fingular discovery relat: determined, 424. Discourse on ing to, 264:
the parallax, 426. Short, Mr, his determination of SURINAM, toad of, fome account
the difference of longitude between the royal observatories of Greenwich and Paris, 422. Se
T. cond paper on ditto, 425. Shower, poetical description of ALIESIN, the famous Wellh one in the Caribbee islands,
bard, account of, 23. Spe
cimen of his poetry, 24:. SMALL-Pox, hypothesis for totally TENERIFE, its famous pike deeradicating, 546.
scribed, 57. Molt proper place SIGNS, natural, relative to our in the world for an observatory, sensations, considered, 5.
TETANUS, cured by electricity, Watson, Dr. his account of a
214. Caftor-oil used for this curious vegetable fly, 210. His
observations on a remarkable
WEATHER, remarkably mild in
rest of the island underwent a
ral history of that animal, 530. Borlase.
WELSH, poetry, fpecimen of, 23.
WESSELING, his account of his
edition of Herodotus, 463.
learning, at fourteen years his censure of Mercator's chart,
professorship for heresy, and an
judged of from his private Wilcox, Mr. his account of fub.
some account of, 149, 158
note. His notable queries cono
cerning the Trinity, 150.
Willow, bark of, cures the ague,
the late Mr. Welt of Exeter,
cretary of state, for seizing per-
ETSER, strange story of,