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Life of Profeffor S'Gravesande CALABRIA, earthquakes in

Wer is of Euler Chorus in Medea

567 Linguet's proposal for directing air-balloons 45 Chapter on Kings

223 Lord Townshend's proposal ta Bentley tilvia Character of Meurfius

208

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Conftitution of England changed t 216' MEMBERS of Trinity College petition the
Conversation, on

360 Bishop of Ely
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Messina, port of, described

30 DESCRIPTION of a black-legs 225 Meursius, life of John, 205-his various liDescription of the cast-iron bridge, near Coal- terary pursuits, 206-chosen by Barneveldt to

Brook Dale, in the county of Salop, with a superintend the education of his children, 206 beautiful engraving of it by Walker, from a ---takes the degree of doclor of law, 2067 drawing taken on the spot by, Mr, T. Bur- presented with the Greek profesorship at ney

312

Leyden, 206—he marries, 207–invited into Description of the rose noble of Henry V. 227 Denmark by Christian IV. 207_his own of a Turkish bath

364 account of his ill health, 2017 --Meurfius djes, , Dialogue of the dead

462 207-inscription on his tomb, 208-account Dido in Virgil

439 of his friendships and literary disputes, 208– Difinterefted virtue

list of the works of Meurtius, 209-Greek Dream of Somnolentus

authors which he first published, 209-Greek Duchess of Flywell's misfortune in her balloon 46 authors of whole works he publithed rew edi. E.

tions, 209---Latin authors illuitrated by him, EARTHQUAKE in Calabria

31 209-original works of Meurlius, 209- poft. Earthquake in Leghorn

34

humous works of Meurfius, 210--works of Edinburgh luxuries

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Meurlius not yet published, 211---Elegantiz Euler, lite of, 476_intended for the church, fermonis Latini attributed to its proper au

476----goes to Petersburgh, 476---his re- thor Searches there, 476- goes to Sea, 477–

N.

u [ named profeflor of natural philosophy, 477-,

NESTOR's character ia Homer loses an eye, by labouring at an abitruse cal- New mode of kanning lipphics proposed 306 culation, 477--account of his discoveries, 477 -Itudies music, and writes on it, 477-writes OBSERVATION on a controverted passage in on the tides, 477-goes to Berlin, 478-his Horace

215 treatise on isoperimetrical curves, 478--his Observation on the second chorus in the Medea theory of light, 478--various papers on navi- of Euripides

367 gation, 478-account of different works by Observationis of the Roman Sapphic verse 305 Euler, 479-seized while playing with his On absence

3627 grandchild, 480--dies, 480--his learning, On avarice

224 and moral character, 480-view of his On castle-building

30g works

481 On the changes which have taken place in the Euripides Explanation of an ancient enigmatical inscription on the complaints of mankind Map 325 at Bologna

On the fair sex
H.

On improper love of dancing 4mong lower ranks HAMILTON, Sir William, letter to 30 of people

125 History of Great Britain, in 1900

313
On ityle and language. :?

• 307 Horace illustrated 215 On the style of conversation

360 Horace illustrated

307
On the value of time

222
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459 ILLUSTRATION ne, a difficult passage in

P.

iba Horace's seventh epistle

307 PRINCE of Wales's aerial cattle Inkription paraphrased

Pringle, Sir John, life of, 281-7-Sir John edus Iron Bridge described

312

in cated at St. Andrew's, removes to Edinburgh Johnlon's opinion of Bentley's Milton

, and thence to Leydın, 281---appointed pro

feffor at Edinburgh, 232-chosen phylician to KNOWING One's taken in

the British army-- attends the military hospital

in Flanders, 282--goes into Scotland with the LETTER from Count Francisco Ippolito to Sir troops in the rebellion, 283-elected fellow of

William Hamilton, K. B. and F. R..S. urani- the Royal Society, 283-account of the papers lated from the Italian ...

30 published by Sir John in the Philosophical Letter I. or the progress of luxury in Edinburgh, Transacions, 283--Sir John marries, pubduring the last twenty years

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lithes his observations on the diseases of the Letters L. and Hl. from Edinburgh, 471, 474 : army--a fhort account of that work, 284 Letter from Leghorn, with an account of a shock attends the army abroad in 4755, 285--leaves

of an earthquake on July 27, 1783. i 34 the army service-settles in London--appointed Letter from an unfortunate well-meaning phyficial to the King created a baronet:27

305 other preferments---elected President of the Life of Bentley

Royal Society, 285-account of Sir Jotin of John Meurfius

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his health declines-visits- Edinburgh-fettles perpetual motion, 382, remarks on this wheel, there-returns to London--seised with a fit at ISGravesande's introduction to the Newtoni:

Watfonos-dies, 290m-character of Sir John Philosophy, 383--1ketch of his characters fc Pringle, 290-propoled epitaph. 292 Specimen ot a history of Great Britain by a was

of the year 1900

313 QUARREL between Dr. Bentley and Dr. Sporting intelligence for the Sky rices at the lat Hare

38

Newmarket meeting
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Story of Angelica
RECEIPT stamp ack

465 310 'Story of a fortunate maid and unfortunate wik, < Rettection

211, 271, 310, 475
in a letter from a London Lass

311 Reflections on the new year 34 Story of the Great Montesquieu

35 Reflection on Thucydides 117 Story of the unfortunate Mi. Bartiem

365 : Role Noble described 227 Story of a young French lawyer

379 S.

· Subitance of the new act' for stamping r. SAPPHIC verfé described 305 ceipts

3id SGravesande, life of professor, 379_his birth

T. and education at Leyden, 379-takes a degree THEATRICAL criticismi

109 in law, 380-engages in writing Le Journal Thoughts on disinterested virtue Literaire, 380-hís efsay on the Collision of Translation of an inscription Bodies, 380-he is appointed secretary to an Turkish bath defcribed

36+ embally irom Holland, 382---chosen professor

W. at Leyden, 382-examines the famous wheel WARBURTON's opinion of Bentley 482 of Ontyreus, and cannot decide about the Wedgwood, story by

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sia 167 PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY. Last SESSION OF THE FIFTEENTH PARLIAMENT OF Great-BRITAIN. HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Nov. 18. Remarks on India Biu
INTRODUCTION to this department 3 Speech of Mr. Fox

Observations on the King's 1peeches at the Speeches oi Col. North and Mr. W. Pitt
closing of the last session and opening the pre- Nov. 19. Business of the day
fent

3 Nov. 20. Speech of Lord John Cavendish on Nov. 12, 13. Address carried to St. James's receipt tax

7 by bath Houses of Parliament

4 Mr. Fox's speech on bringing in his bill 7 Report on congratulations to her Speeches of Mr. W. Greaville, lord John CaMajetty

4 vendith, Commodore Johnstone Nov. 17. Bufir.els in buth Houses

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178 Mr. Burke 9 Dec. 19, 1783. New miniftry

257 Nov. 21. Business of the day

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Mr. H. Dundas's motion

252 Lord John Cavendith's motion for a committee Mr. Fox (peaks of trade

9 Speeches of Lord Mulgrave, Mr. Arden, Mr. Lord Mahon's motion respecting the receipt

Fox

258 9 Mr. Lee's motion for deferring Sir Thomas The Speaker interferes

Rumbold's bill carried Nov. 24. Sir H. Fletcher presents a petition Dec. 22. Speeches of Mr. W. Grenville and from the East-India Company,

Mr. Fox

258 Nov. 25. Sir H. Fletcher presents a petition Land tax bill

259 from the East-India Directors

Mr. Erskine's speech and motion

259 Speech of Mr. Fox

Mr. H. Dundas answers

459 Nov. 26. Committee of trade

Mr. Fox speaks

260 Mr. Fox's bill for the better government of the Governor Johnson and Lord North speak 260 territorial acquisitions in India

Motion for an address carried

26. Lord J. Cavendish’s bill to explain the receipt Dec. 24. The whole House carry their address

to the King

260 Nov, 27. Motions of Mr. Fox and Lord North It Speeches of Mr. Fox and Lord John CavenSpeech of Mr. Fox

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26 £ Mr. Fox's reasons for sending the bill to a com- Debate on the state of the nation

266 mittee

82 Speeches of Lord Beauchamp, Mr. Fox, Lord Mr. Pitt objects to the bill, and moves to ad- Mulgrave, Lord North, Mr. Scott, and Lord journ it 83 Surrey

266 Lord North defends it 83 House adjourns

265 Sir Richard Hill against it 83 Occasional remarks

262 Mr. Erskine defends the right and policy of the Jan. 12. 1784. Dispute between Mr. Fox and bill 83 Mr. Pitt

262 Mr. Macdonald supports the motion for adjourn- Mr. Fox votes three resolutions

262 ment

84 Speeches of Lord Surrey, Mr. H. Dundas 263 Deci s. Mr. Powys's motion against the bill 84 Mr. Pitt delivers the King's meffage 263 Dec. 3. Seven commissioners and nine assistant Jan. 14. Mr. Pitt opens his lndia bill 263 directors elected by the House of Commons 85 Mr. For in reply.

264 Dec. 4. Motion for expelling Christopher At- Jan. 16. Mr. Pitt's bill read

265 kinson carried

85 Convertation between Mr. Pitt and Ld. Surrey 268 Division on repeal of the receipt tax 8% Motion of Lord Charles Spencer

265 Dec. g. Grants for discharging Exchequer bills, Speech of Mr. Powys

and bill for discharging the East-India Com- Speeches of Mr. Fox, Mr. H. Dundas 266 pany's debts

85 Jan. 23. Speech of Mr. Fox on an union 266 Debate on India bill

85 Mr. Pitt speaks on the fame subject 267 Dec. 8. Debate on third reading of India bill 86 Jan. 23. Mr. Pitt's India bill read for the second Speeches of Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Nichols, Mr. time

267 Wilkes 86 Mr. Powys speaks on it

267 General Burgoyne and Mr. Scott 87 Mr. Fox, on a ditlaiution

267 Sir Richard Hill, Mr. Powys, Mr. Jan. 24.' Mr. Powys and Mr. Pitt, op the dira Fox, Mr. W. Pitt 88 solution

267 of the Attorney-General, Mr. Arden, Mr. Marsham and Mr. Fox speak 268 and Mr. Rigby 88 Jan. 26. Mr. Eden's motion

637 Substances of the speeches of Mr. Jenkinson, Mr. Mr. Pitt refuses to pledge himself with respect Dundas, Mr. Sheridan 89 to a diffolution

337 Subitances of the speeches of Mr. Flood and Mr. Speeches of Ms. Fox and Mr. Pito

337 Courtenay

89 Jan. 29. Business of the day Divition of the House on the India bill 89 Feb. 2. Resolution of the meeting at St. Alban's Dec. 9. Mr. Fox and other members carry the tavern bill to the House of Lords

89 Mr. Coke's motion Dec. 10. Short view of the business of the Speeches of Mr. Dundas and Mr. Fox day

170 Speeches of Mr. Powys and Mr. Pitt 339 Dec. 11. Agreed to the resolutions on the Feb. 3. Business of the day

339 supply

170 Feb. 5. Debate on the proceedings of the Mr. Flood speaks

170
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340 Mr. Flood makes a motion 170 Lord Beauchamp's motion

340 Mr. Flood's motion negatived

170
Mr. Fox's speech

340 Dec. 12. Ordnance estimates 170 Mr. Pitt prailes the Chancellor

341 Sir Thomas Rumbold's rettraining bill 171Feb. 6. Business of the day in both Houses of Dec. 17. Business of the day 176 parliament

341 Speech of Mr. Baker

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Feb. 10. Mr. Eden's and Mr. Pite's speeches Mr. Baker reads his two resolutions 177

341 Mr. Pitt mauves the order of the day 177 Feb. 11. Mr. Eden on smuggling

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