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Annals of Literature.
A SOCIETY of GENTLEMEN.
VOLUME the SIXTY-FIRST.
Ι ο Ν D Ο Ν,
C ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.
Bolton's Filices Britannicæ; an History of the British proper Ferns,
Heron’s Letters of Literature, concluded,
on the Present State of Public Affairs,
Collection of Ads passed in Massachusett's Bay,
Baverstock’s Hydrometrical Observations and Experiments in the
Trimmer's Fabulous Histories deligned for the Instruction of chil-
Ancient Scotrith Poems, never before in Print,
Fraser's Certain Arrangements in Civil Policy, neceffary for the far-
The Present State of Great Britain confidered,
Lesters from the Right Hon. W- Em on the late political
Barfoot's Two Letters to the Right Hon. William Pitt for obtain-
ing an equal System of Taxation, &c.
Liberal Opinions on Taxation and a new System of Funding, ibid.
Letter from Warren Hattings, E!q. dated Feb. 21, 1784, ibid.
Advice to Lord Lieutenants of Counties,
Fall's Observations on the Report of the Cominittee appointed to
enquire into the State of the British Fishery,
Renwick's Second Address to Parliament,
Grant's Sermons on several Subjects,
Pierson's Sermon, at York, for the Benefit of the Lunatic Asyioni,
Moore's Sermon, at Rochester, on the Introduction of Sunday
Bayley's Sermon, on Trinity Sunday, at Hayfield, Derbyshire, 230
The Scripture Doctrine of a Trinity vindicated,
The Swedenborgian Doctrine of a Trinity confidered, ibid.
Pilling's Caveat to the Catholics of Worcester,
Trotter's Observations on the Scurvy,
Pindar's Poetical and Congratulatory Epistle to James Boswell, Elq.
Walbeck's Socrates and Xantippe : a burlesque Tale,
Rhodes's Dunttan Park; or an Evening Walk. A Poem, 234
The Errors of Innocence. A Novel,
Fanny. A Novel,
Edwin and Anna, a Northumbrian Tale,