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4096 FERMA Le Adventurers, 490

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166

GARBOTS, Treatise on, 81

CHICHELE, Genealogy of that Fa-
mily,

EMALE Barbers,
CHINESE Spy,
165

490

CHRYSAL, Vols. III. and IV. 84 FENNING's Schoolmafter's Guide,

CHURCHILL, an Elegy, 164

244

COLONIES, Tracts relating to, FLEMING's Grammatical Observa-

398, 484, 485 tions,

495

COMMERCIAL Laws, &c. 48.1 FORE-STALLING, Laws against, 27

COMPARATIVE View, &c. -356 Foote's Commissary, 83

Comens's Digest of the Laws, FRANKLIN's Sermons,

186

Vol. III.

16 Free and candid Address to Mr.

CONSIDERATIONS on Behalf of Pitt,

484

the Colonies,

398 Free Thoughts on Love, &c. 248

CONTRAST,

73 FRUIT-Shop, a Tale, 86

Cooper's Sermons on Predeftina-

tion,

320

Elbow-chair, a Poem, 325

G.

CORRESPONDENCE with the Re.

viewers, 167, 246, 328, 408, 496 ARNER's Portrait of Oratory,
CUMBERLAND's Summer's Tale,

13
489 GENEROUS Briton,

86
GEOGRAPHY of England,

D.

GERDIL's Reflections on Educa.

tion,

37

'ALEMBERT's Account of the GODDARD's Letter to the Jews, 161
Jesuits,
406 GOLDSMITH's Essays,

82
DAPHNE and Amyntor, 326 GRIEVANCES of the Colonies, 484,
Dawson's Illustration of several
Texts, &e.

490

Death of a Friend,

85

H..

Defence of Free masonry, 244
DIALOGUE in the El, Fields, 164 ARRISON'S Narrative of Pro-

Subjection of ceedings relative to the Lon-
Wives,

491
gitude,

63
DICKSON on Agriculture,

ib. HARRISON, Thomas, his Answer
Du Moulin on Peace of Soul, 307 to Bligh,

319

Dunn's Improvements in Aftrono- HEMSWORTH's Key to the Law,

143

401

Hill on Centaury,

323

E.

History of the Marq. de Cressy,

DWARDS's Ep. to Lowth, 162

of a Corporation of Ser-
Ellys's Tracts on Liberty,

vants,

243

Part Second,

574

of Miss Cathcart, 405

Elphinston's Principles of the Holwell's Historical Events, 265

Eng. Language,

274 Home on the Croup, 419

Essay on the Duties of a Sea.offi. Honest Man's Reasons, &c. 76
cer,
88 Howe on Episcopacy,

161

on British Ilinglass,

426 Hurd's Moral and Political Dia-

EXCERPTA quædam e Newioni

logues,
Principiis, &c.

205

Djeluits

.

406

JACK

426

Molheim

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LUMLY's Poem on Bribery, 85

LYTTELTON'S Additional Dia Ackson's Art of Riding, '244 logues of the Dead,

366 JACKSON (H.) his Essay on I

singlass,
JE A COCKE's Vind of St. Paul, 156

M.
JESUITS. See D'ALEMBERT.
INOCULATION. See MONRO.

AcLaine's Translation of
See ANDREWS:

Mosheim,

89 JOwnson's Ed. of Shakespeare, 285

continued,

329 concluded, 374

concluded, 430 JUDGMENT of Paris, 23 Man, Comp. View of his Facul

ties with those of Animals, 356 K.

Merits of the Administration, 238

Merrick's Transl. of the Psalms, Eate's Temple-,

230 KENRICK's Review of John- MERRY Midnight Mistake, 327 Ton's Shakespeare, 457 Mills's Husbandry, 249 KIMBOLTON Park,

240
concluded,

342 KIRKPATRICK's Translation of Miscellaneous Pieces of Poetry, Tiffot,

404
Modern Universal History, Vol.
L.
XLIII.

82 MONODY on the Death of the D. E LIEVRE'S Account of the

of C.

405 Beaume de Vie, 403 Monro on Inoculation,

124 LETTER to the E. of B. 87 Moser's Letter to the Vicar of Sato the E. of Bute, 164 voy,

305 to the Common Council Mosheim. See MACLAINE. of London, 238 Moss's Guaging,

81 to the Reviewers, 245 Mozeen's Fables,

241 to Mr. Phillips, 320 MURRAY's Supplement to his Shipto a Member of Pt. 484 building

209 LETTERS, on the Force of Imagination in Pregnant Women, 28 on the Fall, &c. 480

N.
LIBERTY. See ELLYS.
LIND on Fevers, &c. 301

AIRN and Ogilvie's Trial, on the Health of Seamen, 324

407 Linden's Def. of Sutherlaod, 403 NARRATIVE of an Extraordinary LOCKMAN's Entertaining Instruc- Event,

80 tor,

327 NavigaTIONS, Inland, View of LONGITUDE, Account of Proceed. their Advantages, ings relating to,

63 Necessity of Repealing the Harrison's Narrative Stamp-act,

485 of, ib. NOVELLIST,

491 Minutes of, 69 Particulars relative to,

o. Lowth, Dr. Edwards's Ep. to, 162 his Letter to Warburton,

, 389

165 OCBORNE'S of the Ministry's

NAIRN

468

169

OCBORNE's Midnight Mistake, 327

S.

Ogilvie. See NAIRN.

AMson's Rational Phyfic, 402

of England,

87

Satire, 488

Secret Springs of the lateChanges,

OLD Man's Address to the People SAS COURGE, a satire,

481
186

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SERMONS, by Franklin,

P.

- by Cooper, 320

SERMONS, Single, 88, 328, 495

AIR of Spectacles,

237 SHIRLEY's Electra,

83

PARRY's Harmony of the SKINNER on the Mofaic Chrono-
Gospels,
162 logy,

494
PASTORAL Elegy on the Duke of SMART's Translation of the Psalms,
Cumberland
405

240
PEARSALL's Reliquiæ Sacræ, 236 SMOLLET's Continuation, Vol. V,
PENNY's Letters,
480

244

PHILOSOPHICAL Transact, Vol. Somis's Narrative of an Extraor-

LIV.

444 dinary Event,

PIGEONS, Treatise on,

STEMMATA Chicheleana, 406

Plain Man's Guide,

160 STEVENSON's Poems, 239

POLITICAL Logic displayed, 163 SUMMER's Tale, a Comedy, 489

Apology, 320 Swift's Posthumous Works,
Pollio, an Ode,

486
continued

147
PORTUGAL. See COMMERCIAL

ibid.

Laws.

concluded,

313

Port on the Fiftula,

424
PRIESTLEY's Lectures,

192

Principles of the late Changes,

-T.

399

refuted,

4CO
'EMPLE Student,

86
Thoughts on the Times,

245
TILLARD's Letter to Phillips, 320
Tissot's Advice to the People, 46

Trial for Murder of the Siege of
UERIES, Georgical, &C. 241 Calais,

85
TRIAL of Kath. Nairn, &c. 407
TURNER's Trigonometry,

261

TYTHES, Laws concerning, 400

R.

218

TE THOUSAs on the Times

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238

37

Acceptance,

493

by Moser, VOLTAIR E's Philosophical Dic-

305

cionary,

276

WALKER'S

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WAThen on the Ven. Disease, 371

WEEKES's Angel and Curate, 86 ACKER'S Practical Chriftia- WESTON'S Specimens of Abbrevinity,

ated Numbers,

189 WANDERER, a Novel, 490 Will of a Northern Vicar, 164 WARBURTON's Divine Legation, WISEMAN's English Grammar, 20

127 Whytt on Nervous Disorders, 113 concluded, 1693" --- concluded,

180

480

new Edit,

CONTENTS of the FOREIGN ARTICLE 53

in the APPENDIX to this Volume.

A.

de Sciences et Belles Lettres de Berlin,

541 BBE Richard's Account of Histoire, la Physique de l', 547 Italy,

513 HISTORY, Natural, of Nations, ACADEMY, Royal, of Berlin, Hilm

547 541 ANTIQUITE dévoilée par fes usages,

535

1. ANTIQUITY. See BOULANGER.

tory of,

ITALY, Description of, 513

B.

Bintoror. Academy - Royal

,

L.
541
open, A
535

Lettre a Mr. ***, relative a M,
Rousseau,

595
C.
LEIBNITZ's Philosophical Works,

498 VOLLECTION of Pieces relative LIEUTAUD's Synople of Phyfic, to the Persecution of Rous

524 feau,

549

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H.

MEDIT

EDITAZIONI Sulla Felicita,

528

(APPINESS, Reflections on,

528 HISTOIRE de l'Academie Royale

NATURAL 505 Collection of Pieces relative to his perfecution, 549

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Rousseau, Anecdotes relating to his perfecution,

Hysic, Lieutaud's Synopsis of,

524

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