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C.

Dialogue betw. a Lawyer and a

YAMDEN'S Argument on the Country Gentleman,

171

&c.

340 DIALOGUES. See Ten.'

Carey's Analects,

78 Disguise, a Dramatic Novel, 334

Poems, in the Time of Divorce, a Novel,

497

Cromwell,

491 Dossie's Memoirs of Agriculture,

CARLISLE, Bp. of, his Sermon Vol. II.

477

before the Lords, on the 30th DRUNKEN News Writer, 261

i of January,

263

E.

CARMEN Arabicum, &c. 260 Kons's Translation of Apollo-

CAUTIONS to a Lady, 490 nius Rhodius,

344

CAYLUS, Mad. de. See Grif. ELIBANK's Considerations on the

Scottish Peerage,

168

CHAppe's Journey into Siberia Elegiac Poem on the Death of

translated,

95

Whitefield,

90

CLEMENTINA; a Tragedy, 244 Elegy on the Marq.of Granby, 91

Conduct of the Royal Academi-

in Covent Garden,

416

cians,

503 ELEMENTA Logicæ,

282

CONSIDERATIONs on the Military Emerson's Cyclomathesis, 172

Eftablishments of Gr. Britain, ENQUIRY into the Effects of Heat,

96

155

on the Trade to

into the Authenticity of

Africa,

494

the first and second Chapters of

CONTRAST; a Novel, 173

St. Matthew,

293

Cook's Travels,

158 Estick's Latin and English Dic.

Coterie recommended,

tionary,

168

CORRESPONDENCE with the Re- EPISTLE from the Princess F-a,

viewers,

176, 263

344

Cricket ; a Poem,

343

EPISTOLA Politica,

91

Critical Observations on the Essay on Trade and Commerce, 13

Improvements of London, 279

on the Sacrament, 419

Cromwell, Poems written in his

towards a Contrast be.

Time,

491 tween Quakerism and Method-

CURATE of COVENTRY,

418

ism,

420

D.

on Woman,

489

ALRYMPLE's Colleclion of Eve's Legacy to her Daughters,
Voyages in the Sou h Pacific

344
Ocean,

290

EXAMINATION of the Declaration
Danger of the Passions, 173

and Agreement with Spain, 332
DAVENANT'. Pol. Works, new Exhibition in Hell, 260
Edit.

494

EXPLANATION of the affirmative
Davies's Sermons,

84 and negative Signs in Algebra,
DEBATE in the H. of C. on the

339

Nullum Tempus Act, 493

F.

DECISIONS in the King's Bench DAir Orphan,

416
on the Poor's Laws, 95 Faira and Hope. See TREA-
DEFENCE of Proceedings on the

Nullum Timpus AA, 493 FALKLAND'S Jfland, Pamphlets
DELETANVILLE's French Diction- relating to, 261, 330, 332, 416,
ary,

504 493

Denina’s Revolutions of Italy, 97 FALSE Step, or Hift. of Miss Bru-

De Re Rufica,

175

denal,

6

FARMER,

91

FARMER, Major, Proceedings a. Horsley Apollonji Pergæi Incli-

gainst him at a Court-martial, 77 nationum, &c.

18

FARMER's Letters, Vol. II. 388 Hundespord's Edit. of Lifter's
FATAL Compliance,

499

Synopfis Conchyliorum, 484

FATHER, a Comedy, from Dide-

J.

rot,

175

TAY's Letter to the College of

FAVOURITE, a Tale, 497

New York,

422

Female Physician. See Ball. JEBB's Theological Lectures, 82

FINDLAY's Vindicat, of the sacred JERNINGHAM's Funeral of Ara-

Books,

457

bert,

485

Foot's Penseroso, a Poem, 417 INUNDATION, a Poem,

491

Fordyce's El. of Agriculture, &c. JOHNSON on the Ganglions of the

255

Nerves,

496

FOUNDLING Hospital for Wit, Jones sur la Literature Orientale,

Part IV.

344

425

FRANCIS's Elegy on Whitefield, 174 JORTIN's Sermons,

362

FREEDOM of the Press, 492 Junius Junior's loyal Address, 71
Free Thoughts on public Affairs, JURYMAN's Touchstone, 171

169 JUSTIFICATION of the Ministry

Free and candid Disquisition on relative to Falkland's Isand, 261

religious Eftablishments,

191

K.

Ey to
2d Edit.

187

G.

KNOWLEDGE of the World, 50;

ENEROUS Inconstant, 498

L.

Giles's Poems,

ANGHORNE's Trand. of Plu-

GLOVER’s Leonidas, 5th Edit. 341

GOLDSMITH's Life of Boling broke,

concluded,

UT

108

his Fables of Flora,
GRACE Triumphant,

225
GRIFFITH's Translation of Mad. Lawyer's investigated, 170
de Caylus,
60 LEE's Memorial, &c.

504

H.

LELAND's Collectanea, new Edit.

Alser's Elegiac Epistle to
his Wife,

174 LETTER to the Jurors,

HARRIET,

to Morris, 169

He would if he could,

to Wefley,

170

Hill's Vegetable System, Vol.

to Sir R. Ladbroke, 423

XVII.

to the Monthly Review-
- Virtues of British Herbs, Part ers,

502

II.

414

to the same. See Wim-,

HistoriCAL ENay on the Englith

Constitution,

468 Letters between the Bishop of

HISTORY of Mr. Cecil and Miss Arneci and Voltaire,

33
Grey,

262

to the Provident Society,

of Sir William Harring-

ton,

ib.

from Clara,

418

HODGSON'S Engl. Grammar, 423

to the Rev. Mr. Ci-

HOLDEN's System of Mufic,

man,

500

HOLDSWORTH's and Aldridge's LETTRES d'une Anglois, &c. 05
natural Short-Hand,
(8 LIELs. See Second Poilscripi.

LIBELS.

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418
416

338

PEY.

78

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Libels. See SUMMARY.

0.

LIBERTY vindicated,

340 BSERVATIONS on the Re.
Life of Lord Bolingbroke, 108 view of the Char, of the prin-
LISTER See HUDDESFORD. cipal Nations in Europe,

336
LONDON. See CRITICAL.

on Gardening, 346
Love of Money,

342 Oxes's Medical Differtations, 172
LOUISA, a Novel,

173 OLIVERS's Letter to Toplady, 421

M.

ORLEANS's Travels,

168

ACPHERSON's Introduction ORIGINAL Power of the People

to the Huit. of Gr. Britain, asserted,

&c.

404 OEECK's Voyages,

MALLET's North. Antiquities, 177 Owen’s Vocabulary, 503

MAN of Feeling,

P.

Mant's Tranflation of Mazroi, 96 D Apers relative to the Nego-
Marrior's two Sermons, 85 &

ciations of Spain, 261

MARTYN's Differt. on Virgil, 219 Perrin's Guide de Traducteur, 168

MAYER Tabulæ motuum Solis et PhilCSOPHER,

35

Lune nouce et correcta, 284

Part II.

493

NIEDEA and Jason. See EKINS. Philosophical Transactions, Vol.

MELAN's Dramatic Works, 343 LIX. 135.-Continued, 2016-

MEMOIRS of the Marquis de St.

Concluded, 317

Forlaix, Vols. III. IV. 4.8 PITTMAN'S State of our Settle.

of Miis Wilson, 92 ments on the Mislissippi, 9
of the Countess of Bar- POETICAL Ellavs,

260

ré,

ib.

Epistle to the Author of

of Lady Woodford, 498 Verses to Wikes,

341

MERCHANT, a Poem, by Young, Pollen on the Lord's Supper, 81

490 Potter's Curaie of Coventry, 418

MERCHANT'S Complaint to the PRINCIPLES of Penal Laws, 444

Lawyers,

503 PROCEEDINGS at a Court-martial

Methodists vindicated,
502 at Pe:facola,

77
Military Instructions for Offi- Proro: ALS for strengthening our
cers,

354
Naval Institutions,

88
Milton's Eikonoclasles, new E- PROTESTs of the Lords of Irel. 88

dition of. See Baron. Pye's moral Syltem of Moses, 84

MINSTREL; or, the Progress of

Genius,

UAKERISM. See Essay.

MISSISIPP! See Pitt MAN.

R.

Monody on the Death of White-

,

field,

Moorish Grammar, 169 pute betw, the H. of Commons
MuIlir's new System of Mathe. and the City of London, 332
matics,

283 REFUTATION of Johnson's Thoti

N.

on Falkland's Wiland, 416

'AUSICAL Almanac, for REMARKS on Voltaire's new Dire

1772,

214

coveries in Natural Hiftory, 24

New Historical, Biographical, and REYNOLDS's Discourse to the Royal
Claffical Dictionary, 336 Academy,

265,

OUA
90 R REFLECTIONS on the D??

373

Lights on the History of RITCHIE on the Hair,

77

Mary Queen of England, 277. River's Appendix to his Decimal

Market,

423 Arithmetic,

172

Nullum Tempus, Debate on, 493 Rolerts’s Pcerical Essay on the

Nur, or Ad, of the Marchionels Attributes of God,

261

de Bcauviile,

252

ROBERTS's

1

Roberts's Eņay, &c. Part II. 492 Treatise on the Faith and Hope

ROSARA; or the Adventures of an

of the Gospel,

79

Actress,

498 Trial of Almon,

94.

ROTHERAM on the Nature of Wa-

of the Soldiers at Polton, 338

ter,

of Farmer Carter's Dog, 42!

Rowley on the Cure of ulcerated TRIUMPH of Fahion,

Legs,

254 Tutor's Guide,

Rush on the Spasniodic Althma of

Children,

172

7 Erses addressed to Wilkes at

S.

Lynn,

259

ATYRIST, a Poem, 174 Vesey's Reports in Chancery, 419
SCHEMES submitted to the ViaUD's Adventures,

421
Pablic,
88 Vicar of Bray,

334
Scottish Poems, See BANNA- View, compendious, of the Teu.

tonic Philofophy,

80
- Peerage. See ELIBANK. VILLAGE oppressed,

261
SERMONS, fingle, 96, 264, 424,

VOCAL Mutic,

174
504

VOLTAIRE.

See ANNECI.
SECOND Postscript to a Letter oa

Remarks on his Disco-
Libels,
94 veries, &c.

24
SELIM's Letters,

in the Shades,
SENTIMENTAL Tales,

333

Findlay's Book againit
SHAKEPEARE's Lear, collated E- him,

457

dition,

243

Vox Senatus,

171

SHARP's free Add. to Freemen, 169 Vyse's Tutor's Guide, 76

SHIPWRECK of Capt. Viaud, 4.1

W.

SKETCHES and Characters of the Esley's Elegy on White-

most eminent and fingular Per. field,

174

fons now living

338 West-INDIAN, a Comedy, 142

SPEECHES on ibe Negociations Weston's Universal Botanist, 130

with Spain,

493

Tracts on Agriculture,

SPIRIT of Liberty,

71

&c.

298

SQUIRE and the Parson, E9 WHEAT LY's Obf. on Modern Gar-
STEUART, Mrs. Jean, her Media dening,

346
tations on Texts of Scrip. 2:2 WHITAKER'S Iwo Sermons at Mor-
Stone's Complete Baker, 169

ley,

82

SUMMARY of the Law of Libel, 171 WHITE's Cases in Surgery, 218

T.

WHITWOSTH's pub. Accounts, 170

EMPLE of Compaffion, 343

Edit. of Davenant's

Ten Dialogues on the Con- Political Works,

494
duct of Human Life,

502 WIMPEY's Letter to the Authors
The Fault was all his own, 333 of the Monthly Review,

240

THOUGHTS on capital Punith. WYNNE's Prostituie,

417

meots,

85

Y.

respecting Falkland's OUNG, Dr. his Merchant, a

Island,

330

Poen,

490

Tolver's State of Midwifry at YOUNG, Mr. his Rural Oecon. 54
Paris,

92

Exper. Agricultu:c, 162.
TOMLINSON's Proposals for a Trans Continued, 2:0, 303, 378.-

flat. of Lieuteaud's Synopsis, 496 Concluded, 448.
TOREEN's Voyages,

- Proposal for numbering :he

Travels of Father Orleans, 163 People,

261

CONTENTS

ll

396.

zoung's Farmer's killers, vol. I. 388.

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