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of criricifm in matters of reli- performed by, 214. New exgion, 29.
periments in, 261. Darkness, remarkable instance ELOQUENCE, enquiry into the
principles of, with regard to inDAVAL, Mr. his account of the spired writings, 120. Not ef
sun's distance from the earth, sential to human speech, 124. 417.
: This opinion controverted, ib. Dawes's account of the plague at ENGLISAMEN, their literary cha
ther those terms have diftinct
F. 523. DENMARK, account of a strange VERGUSON, Mr. his account of feet in that country, 244.
the tranfit of Venus expectDe Sinn, baron, his celebrated ed in 1969, 418. Of the eclipse
remedy for the glanders, 188. of the sun April ist, 1764, DESOLATION, poetically describ- 422.
FERMENTATION of alimentary Devonshire, earls and dukes of, mixtures, observations and ex
memoirs of that family, 32- periments on, 288–297. 38. Countess of, her character, FITZGERALD, Mr, his method of 34. William, first duke of, his lessening the friction of engines, notable fray at the French opera, 267. 36,
France satirically characterized, Dialogue on freedom of senti
203. ment, 510.
FRANciscans, humourous ac-between a hermit and count of their variance with the
219 DOMINICANS, droll account of Free-Thinking, Christianity in
their quarrel with the Cordeli. debted to, for its establishmeņi, ers, 219.
511, Dry Belly-ach, observations on, Friction of engines, method of 184-187.
lessening, 269. DUCHALL, Dr. his amiable character, 278. His indefatigable
G. industry and application, 282, DUNN, Mr. his account of the Eorge I. insolence of his
His refutation of Mr. Welt's censure on Mer. cator's chart, 419.
E ARTE Raspe's theory of,
to the servility of the Englih GLANDERS in horses, preservative
electary for, 189.
Canaries, 54. Journey up the
ed by an infolent friar, 69. GOLD-Fish increase of, for the
table, recommended, 556. Gospel, how and wherein liable
to be misrepresented, as a wick
482. EARTHQUAKE, Welt-Indian, poe
tically described, 111. EDWARDS, Mr, his discovery re
lating to shadows in water,
264. ELECTRICITY, remarkable cure
ed book, 493.
GOSPELs, when, and in what ar-
der ed, 2719
HERRY VII. the work of princes, Kthechifmo , 8.
der penned or published, 50. INDEPENDENCB negatively defa That of St. John not merely historical, but also a polemic INFORMATIONS filed by the at.
torney general, account of, 453 GRAIN, "experiments relating to Judge Hale's opinion, as to their
the fermentation of, 292. legality, ib. Their opprefive GRONOVIUS, his edition of He
Dreadful to rodotus censured, 462.
booksellers and printers, ib.
ISLANDS, theory of the formuion
of, 481. New ones, whence
ftration of mechanic pow- 203 ers, 265.
JUDAS Iscariot, our Saviour's HARVEST, some observations on choice of him defended, 84. the improper posture of mowers Jury, trials by, rise and progress
rectified, ib. HEMLOCK, its medicinal virtue tried ac Vienna without fuccefs,
AR POS, the gardener, his ca
thechism, . 454. Hervey, lady Caroline, her pa
KINNERSLEY, Mr. his ele&rical negyric, 205:
experiments, 261. HIERRO, inand of, atcount of the Kuster, his critical examen of wonderful water-tree there, 62.
Gronovius's edition of HerodoHOLWELL, Mr. his apology for
tus, 462. his tracts on Eaft-India affairs,
L. 77 HORNSBY, Mr. his discourse on T. And, manner of recruiting the parallax of the fun, 427.
when worn out, 95, Horses, the respect due from man LANDHOLDERS, pot aggrieved by
to that noble animal, 189. Just the land tax at 4 s. in the pound, censure of a late flagitious horse- 75.
LANGUAGE, that of the apoftolic HURRICANE in the West-Indies, writings censured and defended, poetically described, 110.
119. Its rudeness no objection HOSBAND, in what cases the act to its divine inspiration, ib. of, legally binds the wife, 192.
This notion controverted, 120. In what not binding on the wife, seq. Character of an inspired 193•
In what the busband language, 128. bound by the act of the wife, Law, reflections on the profeffion 194. Wherein not, ib.
of, in regard to public liberty, HUSBANDRY, the New, advant- 459. ages of, 45.
LAWS, merely political, how far
., a man has a natural right to I.
break them, if he chuses to suf
fer the penalty, 504, the pote. Enny Salisbury, her story, 475. LAWYER, the principal men in
JESTING, philosophically in- parliament on conititutional de veftigated, 433.
bates, 459. IGNATIUS, remarks on his mar. LAYMAN, his peculiar theory of tyrdom, 244.
religion, 226. 3
Lidei, furies judges of, both as connection with the throne of
so law and fact, 456. Case of,
found kill in, 551. Advice to
determined by the human capa-
273. - Weighed against a bard, or natural magic, various ways
of performing, ib.
an ass, 219
exemplified in the story of a cious account of the national ad.
vantages accruing from them,
fortunate pair, from a poem en- tion of the national misfortunes
titled the Sugar-Cane, 112. and guilt incurred by dissolving
MOTION,' laws of, 265. Whether
they could have been made dif-
Deducible frem one simple prin-
ciple established by Newton,
Mercator's chart, against Mr.
ought to interfere in suppressing Mowers of grass, &c. an im-
MOWING Wheat recommended,
be one of the belt medicines for
Barbary, how folemnized, 163. MYSTERIES, Christian, the com-
the 13th and 14th centuries,
cally characterised, 202.
, EGROES, poetical intercef
fion in their behalf, 116.
POLYPUs in the Nose, how form
POLYCARP, remark on his martyr.
pointed out, 408. Their per-
marks on, 126. Of Rome, 127. nimadverted on, 409.
bad effects of, 151.
Princes, their piety often fatal-
to their subjects, 506, the note.
and limits of, 456.
count of himself, 364, feq. His
last will, 365. His birth and.
education, 370. Begins his im-
postures abroad, 377. His con-
lishes his famous bistory of Fore'
mosa, 449. Studies at Oxford,
Engages in the Universal Hir.
lating to, 293
UADRUPĖD'S, their characte-
ristic properties, 548.
escaping the infection, 213, 214. the laws of motion, 522.
fcheme, 247 By whom pro- ance of a good history thereof,
408. Account of a late work
of that kind, 409.
His family, birth, RESIDUAL. Analyfis, its prefer.'
Auxionary Calculus, 93.
SAST.Cxa ise Coleche, Mand of seals," "fairically charaéterized,
Rhazes, memorable faying of his,, Society, Royal, censured for their
concerning physicians, 551. conduct relating to their Philo-
cused of pretending to prophe-
in pretending to be a Christian, dity, and a false veneration for
great names, ib.
marriage in seven eclogues, 162.
claims to, on the demise of Pe. the third eclogue, 167. New
Soul, its spirituality philosophie
cally considered, 29, hs union
with organized bodies consider-
lowance when they came 534.
STAR-Chamber, its origin, 454.
remarkable darkness in Ame.
STONE, Mr. his account of the
ed, in a dialogue between an ed in nature, 122.
417. Eclipse of, Ap. 1, 1764,
water, fingular discovery relat- determined, 424. Discourse on
the parallax, 426.
the difference of longitude be.
bard, account of, 23. Spee
cimen of his poetry, 24.
fcribed, 57. Moll proper place