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INDEX

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:: To the REMARKABLE PASSAGES in this

Volume.

N. B. To find any particular Book, or Pamphlet, fee the
Table of Contents, prefixed to the Volume.

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difeafe, 234.

ANNUITIES, value of, deduced
from general principles, 464.
ARENA, Abbé, his differtations

on light, comets, &c. 300.
ARSENIC, and other poisons, re-

medies againft, 503.
ASTRONOMY, fingular monuments
of, in the East-Indies, 458.
AYIN AKBARY, a defcription of
the Indian empire, 342.

APP, Rev. Vol. Iviii.

B.

BAGAVADAM, one of the facred
books of the Indians, obferva-
tions concerning, 540.
BARKER, Sir Robert, his account
of the immenfe obfervatory of
the Bramins, at Banares, 458.
BAROMETER, applied to the mea-
furing the heights of mountains,
and the depth of mines. See
DE LUC. See SHUCKBURG.
See Roy.
Mr. his method of
BASTARD,
raifing pine apples in water, 463.
BEAUTY, of the human face, de-

fined, and analysed, 445.
BEES, difcoveries relative to the
`fex and propagation of, 1. Beft

methods of cultivating this ufe-
ful infect, 54. Attention to,
recommended, 55.
BEWLY, Mr. his experiments re-
lative to fixed air, &c. 68.
BIBLIOTHECA Critica, 487.
BIOGRAPHIE Kayfer Carl. des

Sechften, c. 301.
BITAUBE, his memoir on national

tafte, 529.

BOGLE, Mr. his embaffy to the
Grand Lama of Tartary, 460.
BORDERS of England and Scot-
land, horrible ravages of, before
the union of the two crowns,
171.
Melancholy veftiges of,
ftiil remaining, ib.
PP

Bosco-

effays, concerning certain indi-
genous plants fubitituted in me-
dical practice, in the place of
exotics, 385.

LYNE.

Bossu's travels into North Ame- COTHENIUS, M. his memoir con-
cerning the falt of Canal, 514.
His history of an extraordinary
disease, 517.

CREST, Marquis de, his essay con-
cerning hydraulic machines, 227.
CROPS, of corn, hay, &c. rules
for a proper rotation of, 99. A
limitted routine of disapproved,
105.

Boscovich, Abbé, his account of
a new micrometer and megame-
ter, 458. See alfo MASKE-

rica, 382..

BRANDT, Count, his unfortunate

end; 253.

BROOM faid to intoxicate fheep, 46.
C.

CABBAGE BARK tree, a valu-

able anthelmintic, 459.
CANAD, falt of. See CоTHE-

NIUS.

CASPIPINA, explanation of that
word, 165.
CATTLE, on a farm, directions
for managing and feeding, 100.
CAVALLO, his new electrical ex-
periments, 3. Farther experi-
ments, 63.
CAYENNE, fome account of the
heat, difeafes, and remedies pe-
culiar to that climate, 5c6.
CHEMISTRY, introduction to, 385.
CHINESE, M. De Guignes's ac-
count of their learning and phi-
lofophy, 535.
CHRIST, the time neceffary, for
the purpose of his miniftry com-
puted, co The circumftances
attending his refurrection confi
dered, 91.
CLIMATE, Various peculiarities of
to be confidered, with regard to
the introduction and culture of
foreign trees, plants, and ani.
mals, 57.
CINCHONA Jamaicenfis, Sea Ca.
ribbeana defcribed, 459.
dical virtues of, ib.
COCHIUS, M. his memoir con

Me-

cerning the analogy between ex-
tenfion and duration, 528.
COLOURS not diftinguishable by
certain people, inftances of, 8.
CORDOVA defcribed, 27.
CORNUTUS. See VILLOISON.
CORPORIS Hiftoria Byzantinæ no-

va Appendix, c. 385.
COSTE and Willemet's botanical,
chemical, and pharmaceutical

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DISSERTATION fur la comparai-
fon des thermométres, 225.
DISSERTATIONS phyfiques et ma-
thematiques, 487.

to, 122.

FLYING mountains. See RUSSIA.
FORMEY, M. his attack on Lava-
vater's fyftem of phyfiognomy,
524. His Tungufian romance,
$529.

DOBSON, Dr. his obfervations on
the evaporation of water, 5.
DODSLEY, Mr. Robert, his de-
fcription of Persfield, 194.
DUCHE, Rev. Mr. fome account
of, 165.
DUDLEY, noble family of, ftriking
reflections on its rife and fall,

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FORSTER, Mr. convicted of mif-
representations in his account of
Capt. Cook's voyage, 127.
FOSTER, Rev. Dr. James, his
fame rescued from the illiberal
attack of Bishop Warburton,
167.

FOUCHER, Abbé, his inquiry into
the nature and origin of the Hel-
lenifmus, 541.
Fox, Charles, his oratorical abili
ties estimated, 392.
FRANZIUS's new edition of Pli-

209.

DUNKERS, a religious fect in N.
America, fome account of, 165.
E.

EICHHORN's collection of pieces
which throw new light on fe-
veral paffages of the bible, and
feveral points of Oriental litera-
ture, 302.
EINLEITUNG in die Bücherkunde,
&c. 387.
ELECTRICITY, new experiments
and obfervations in, by Mr.
Tib. Cavallo, 3.

by Mr. Henley, ib.
its influence on the

animal economy, 228.
ENTRETIENS fur l'etat de la mu-
fique Grecque, vers le milieu du
IV. fiecle avant l'ere vulgaire,
382.

ESSAI fur les machines hydrauliques,

227.

·ESSAIS botaniques, chymiques, &c.
See COSTE.
EVAPORATION of water, annual,

at Liverpool, obfervations on, 5.
Confidered as a teft of the moif-
ture or dryness of the atmof
phere, ib.

FLUIDS, permanently elastic, obser-
vations and experiments relating

F.

FALETTI, Father, his differtation

on the human mind, 299.
FARMING, various obfervations re-
lating to improvements in, 45,
54, 95.

FARMS, opinions relative to the
fize and rents of, 101. Leafes
of, what fort to be preferred,
105. Pernicious confequerces
of great farmis, 208.

ny's Natural History, 387.
FUNDING, Origin of that pernicious
mode of raifing money for pub-
lic fervices, 290. Il effects of,

291.

FYNNEY, Mr. his account of the
the extraction of a foreign fub-
ftance from an abfcefs in the
groin, 459.

G.

GAS. See FLUIDS.

GEBELIN, M. de, his learned
etymological dictionaries, 553.
GENSSANE. See LANGUEDOC.
GERARDIN, Count, his excellent
ideas and taste in planning and
defigning pleafure grounds, 61.
GESCHICTE Gustav. Adolphs, Sc.
498.

GUNNERY, principles of, investi-
gated, 330.

GLADWIN, Mr. his tranflation of
the Ayin Akbary, 343.
GLASGOW, ellimate of the trade
of, 69. Propofal for the im-
provement of, by the introduc-
tion of woollen and other manu-
factures, 70.

GOD, his existence demonftrated
by geometrical theorems, 298.
GOLDSMITH, preferred, as a poet,
to Gray and Mafon, 140.
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HAHN, Pofeffor, his revifion of
Schillingius on the leprofy,
488.

HEARING, and the organs of,
learnedly difcuffed, 492.
HENLEY, Mr. his experiments in
elect icity, 3.
HENNERT, Profeffor, his differia-
tions relative to natural philofo-
phy and mathematics, 487.
HERTFORD, Countefs. See So-

MERSET.

HEY, Mr. explanation of his ex-
periments relative to the acidity
of fixed air, 68.
HISTOIRE naturelle de la province
de Languedoc, 225.

politique des grandes que-
relles entre Empereur Charles
V. et le Roi François I. 383.
· generale d' Hongrie, 384.
HISTORIA literaria d' Espana,

386.
HISTORICAL and chronological

collection of memorable facts,
exhibiting an univerfal history
of navigation, and of maritime
expeditions and difcoveries, 383.
HISTORY Of Holland, 225.

of the life of Cardinal
Beffarion, 298.

of the miffion of the
evangelical brethren to the Ca-
ribbee flands, 386.

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INDUSTRY, national, useful ob-
servations on the means of pro-
moting, 177. Different modes
in which it ought to be exerted,
185.
INNERKEITHING, curious procla-
mation by the town-cryer there,
391.

INSTRUMENTS, aftronomical, va-
rious obfervations on those used
in Capt. Cook's voyage toward
the South Pole, 9—12.

"" immenfe
ones in the East Indies, 458.
INTRODUCTIONE alla chimica,
385.
ISTITUZIONI di musica teorico-
pratica, 299.

K.

KEDLESTONE, the feat of Lord
Scarfdale, defcribed, 210.

KENET,

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KENET, Dr. his curious agree-
ment for the cure of a patient,
174.
KENNICOTT, Dr. See MICHAE-

LIS.

KERROUX, M. his hiftory of Hol-
land, 225.

L.

LAMA, Grand, of Tartary, cu
rious account of, 460.
LAMBERT, M. his obfervations
on flutes, 516. On mills, ib.
LANCASTER, Dr. fome account
of, 193.
LANDEN, Mr. propofes a new
theory of the rotatory motion of
bodies affected by forces disturb-
ing fuch motion, 7.
LANGUEDOC, natural hiftory of
the province of, 227.
LAND-TAX, juft remark on the in-

equality of, 172.
LEBENSEESCRIEBUNG des berühm-
ten Ritters Sebaftian Schoertlin
von Burtenback, 302.

LE ROY, M. his account of the

marine of the ancients, 227.

LETTRES phyfiques et morales fur
les montagnes, et fur l'histoire de
la terre, &c. 380.

LEX bominum communis fecundum
mentem HUGONIS GROTII pro-
pofita et dijudicata, 488.
LEXICON et commentarius fermoni-
bus Hebraici et Chaldaici, &c.
386.

LIFE of the Emperor Charles VI.
301.

of Diogenes the Cynic, 385.
LIGHTHOUSES, remarks on the
construction of, 431.
LISBON defcribed, 36,
LYSIAS, his oration in praise of the
Athenians who fell in affitting
the Corinthians, 274.

MADRID, city and court of, de-
fcribed, 30.

MAGNETISM, Cures of difeafes per-
formed by, 513.

MARINE des anciens peuples, expli-
quée et confiderée, &c. 227.
MARSHAM, Mr. See TREES.
MASERES, Mr. his method of find-
ing the value of an infinite series
of decreafing quantities of a cer-
tain form, &c. 7.
MASKELYNE, Neville, his account
of the prifmatic micrometer,
458.

MASON, Mr. ftricture on the style
of his poetry, 140.
MATTER, enquiry into the nature
and effential properties of, 347.
MEMOIRE. See THOURRY.
MEMOIRS, useful and instructive,
relative to agriculture, commerce,
chemistry, natural hiftory, &c.
385.
MEMORIAS inftructivas, &c. 385.
MERIAN, M. his effay on curion-

ty, 515. On the problem of
Molyneux, 530.
MICHAELIS. Dr. his controverfy

with Dr. Kennicott, 80.
MILO, or Melos, fubterraneous gal-
leries there, 49'.

MIND, human, philofophical dif-
fertations on, 299.
MUDGE, Mr. his difcovery of an

excellent compofition for the me-
tals of reflecting telescopes, &c.

8.
MURDER, Voltaire's cenfure of the
laws against, 547.

Music, Grecian, fate of, about
the middle of the fourth century
before the Chriftian æra, 384.
N.

NAIRNE, Mr. his experiments on
air-pumps, 450.

M.

MACKENZIE, Dr. bis account of
a woman who lived four years
without fwallowing any food, 7.
MACPHERSON, Mr. his Offian
cenfured, 140.

NAVARRE, Queen of, her ftory of
the two Cordeliers, 466.
NECESSITY, philofophical, dif-
cuffed, 354.

NEGRO (of the Plantations) lefs a
flave, with respect to work, than
a Lon-

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