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TITLES, AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Publi-
cations reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, in the Extracts, fee the
INDEX, at the End of the Volume.
For the CONTENTS of the FOREIGN Articles, in the Appendix,
fee the last Page of this Table.
ALRYMPLE'S Travels through
DAVID'S, St. Bp. of, his Sermon at
DEASE on Wounds of the Head, 319
DE COURCY's Rejoinder,
DEFENCE of Lord Pigot,
DELUSIVE and dangerous Principles of
DERBYSHIRE, Tour into,
DEVIL on Two Sticks, a Comedy, 241
DEVONSHIRE, Duchefs of, Letter to,
DIABOLIAD, Part II.
DIALOGUE in the Shades between Hume
COMMON Place-Book for Travellers,
COMYNS's Digeft continued,
CONCILIATION, a Poem,
CONCILIATORY Bills confidere1,
CONJECTURES on the Immortality of
CONQUERORS, a Poem,
CONSIDERATIONS on the prefent State
of Affairs, &c.
on hiring foreign
on the Game Laws,
COOPER'S Sermon before the University
CORRESPONDENCE with the Review-
165, 167, 247, 325, 485
COSENS's Oeconomy of Beauty, 76
COZENFKS, a Comedy,
COZENS's Principles of Beauty,
CUMBERLAND's Battle of Haftings, a
DIALOGUES. See SERIES.
DIMSDALE, Baron, his Obf. on the
Difpenfary for Inoculation, 296
DISCOURSE on impreffing Mariners, 341
DISCOVERIES. See NEW.
DISNEY's Vifitation Sermon at Lincoln,
DISSENTERS, Conduct of. See POLI-
TICAL. See CALM.
DU BONHEUR, &c.
DUNCOMBE's Elegy, written in Cater-
DUNN's Epitome of practical Naviga-
LEGIAC Verfes to the Memory of a.
ELEGY on the Death of Lord Pigot, 471
ELEMENTARY Parts of Dr. Smith's
INGLISH Humanity no Paradox,
EPISTLE to Lord G. G—,
to Lord Pigot,
from Mad. D'Eon to Lord
ESSAY on the Education of Youth in-
tended for Agriculture,
-on Journal Poetry,
ESSAYS Moral and Literary,