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TO THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS IN THE THIRD VOLUME ON

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.
BIOGRAPHY, MISCELLANY, MUSICAL FUND, AND ROYAL SOCIETY

INTELLIGENCE.

curacy in Wales, 18-he returns to London,
of Sardinia

268, 445

18----commences writer in his distrelles, 19
Anecdotes of Frederic III, King of Pruflia, by behaviour of the actors on the Rofciad, 19
Voltaire

30 -continues to publish, 204character of his
Anecdote of the Emperor of Germany

various poems, 20--his fermons, 24-ha
of Henry IV. of France 282

dies in France, 25- -effect of his death on
of Mr. Brown

Lloyd, 25-

Mr. Wilkes's epitaph on
- of a wild man

283 Churchill, 25-character of Churchill, as a
of Surage 01 Dowla
283 poet

26
B.

Clarke, William, life of, 264--born in Shrop-
BURNEY, Dr. address to the musical fund 73 thire-educated at Shrewibury--removed to
C.

St. John's college, Cambridge-chosen chap-
CAMPBELL, Dr. John, life of, 343—-brought lain to the Bishop of St. David and Duke of
from Scotland young---placed with an attorney

Newcaftle-made rector of Buxted, 264-
-publishes the history of Prince Eugene and marries Miss Wotton---takes degrees-new
the Duke of Marlborough, 343-writes in preferment--his writings--dies, 265-
the Universal History, 344---publishes other epitaph on himself- -his character- -epi-
works-his Hermippus Redivivus-inscrip- gram by him----turn for poetry, 266--cha-
tion in Reinfius, 344—his collection of voy- racter of Mrs. Clarke--epitaph on Mr. and
ages and travels, 345-he writes in the Bio- Mrs. Clarke, by Mr. Hayley

267
graphia Britannica, 345, and in the Precep- Colonel Gordon's quarrel with Col. Thomas 372
tor, 346, and in the Modern Universal Histo-

D.
ry, 347--made doctor of laws, 347--pub- DESCRIPTION of a fine gentleman

452
Times his last work, a philosophical lurvey of Dialogue of the dead
Great-Britain, 347-dies, 347—Smollet's Discourse on the inftitution of a society at Cala
character of Dr. Campbell's writings, 317-- cutta, by Sir William Jones
Dr. Campbell receives the Emprefs of Rullia's Differtation on the idea of universal poetry 367
picture, 348—his private history, 348-his

E.
learning and religious tenets

349 ELECTION of a prefident and council 459
Canonization of saints, by Bishop Hay 134 Explanation of a patige in Horace 451
Card from Sir J. Banks to his friends

459

F.
Character of a gentleman

139 FRANKLIN, Dr. Thomas, life of, 105, 173
of the Elector of Cologne 279

-intended for a printer-sent to Weitmin-
and anecdotes of Frederic Il. King fter-school-removed to Cambridge--
of Prussia, by Voltaire

Dlates Phalaris, 105--translates Cicero de na-
Cheynei, Dr. life of, by Dr. Sainuel Johnson, tura deorum-choten Greek profeffor---en-
420- introduction-

-Cheynel born and gaged in a dispute---publishes Translation,
educated at Oxford- -takes orders-de- 106-critique on the poein of Translation,
nied his grace---- his character and temper, 107-----Franklin writes in the Critical Re-

-he suffers at the visitation of Merton view-publishes the Centinel--made lecturer
college---presented to a living----has a dif- of St. Paul's, 107- -- Preferred in the church
pute with Archbishop Laud- -declares him- ---translates Sophocles, 108—-remarks
self a presbyterian and for the parliament- on translations, 108---fpecimen of the Eng-
he is nominated one of the divines who met lith Sophocles, 1oy-account of the differ-
to settle the new discipline-the cavaliers tation on ancient tragedy, 109—thoughts
plunder his house he retires to Suflex, 422 on the ancient chorus, 11Colman, ou

-he preaches before the parliament -- the reitoration of the chorus, 110—Franklin
meets Mr. Chillingworth attends him, quarrels with Murphy, 110----history of
and procures him the rites of burial-

their dispute, 111--Test, Conteít, and Cen-
tends the army, and displays his courage, 423 tinel, ui-critical review of Gray's odes,

- he is presented to the living of Petworth 111-reply in the Literary Magazine, 111---

-ho is sent with fix others to refor:n the Murphy's letter to Franklin, 112- Franklin
university of Oxford-his conduct there--- swears the peace against Murphy, 113--1tory
oppoted by Earbury, 424-inade prefident of of Garrick and Murphy, 113---Garrick's
St. John's college--profcfior of divinity- epigram, 113-termination of the quarrel,
resigns them both--retires to Perworth, 427 114--preaches a sei mon on the death oi King
dies

428

George the Second characterized in the
Churchill, Charles, life of, 17-meducated at Rolci.d-gives his name with Sinollet to a

Westminster-Ichool, 17--retured admittance translation of Voltaire-appointed to preach
At Oxford, 17—-cause of this repulli, 17-- before the fous of the ciergy--publishes sera
he marries, 18-is ordained, and goes to a Thons on the relative dutisme death of his
LOND, Mag. Dec. 1784,

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father, 178_ applies to theatric compofition

M.
-tragedy of the Earl of Warwick ----ap- MEETING of the society of musicians on the
pointed chaplain to the king-attracts the commemoration of Handel
notice of their majesties by his preaching- Moral reflections

363
letter to a bishop on lectureships, 179—ode Motions made at the musical fund
to music on the inititution of the Royal Aca- Motto to Cooke's medal
demy-trantiation of Voltaire's Orestes-

N.
takes the degree of doctor in divinity-cha- NATIONAL traits, by Rousseau 359
rity sermon for the benefit of unfortunate Natural arch in Westmorland, with an elegant
debtors- -tragedy of Electra, 180—tra- engraving
gedy of Matilda -transation of Cicero on

O.
the nature of the gods offered to the public ON secrecy

47
as a new edition- -proof that the title-page On the folly of noblemen and gentlemen's paya
only was reprinted-enquiry into the altro- ing their debts

188
nomy and anatomy of the ancients—-chro- Oracle at Dodona

33
nological table of the Greek philosophers men- Origin of the grey mare's being the better horfe
tioned by Cicero in the above and transla-

280
tion of Monsieur D'Olivet's remarks on the

P.
theology of the Greek philosophers-00- PHILOSOPHICAL alleviation of the Frenda
medy of the Contract- -presented to the naval loss in the late war

13!
living of Brafted, 181-translation of Lucian

R.
-remarks on it-his death

182 REFLECTIONS on the clofe of the year 46
G.

Reflection

26, 253, 267, 293, 349
GRATITUDE, a fragment

127 Regulations in the corps of engineers 364
Greek fragment on Dodona

32 Remarks on Homer's description of the fate of
H.
the dead

455
HINTS for a young married woman 198 Rise of the arts among the Egyptians
I.

S.
JEALOUSY shewn by the Mahomedans to STATE of the dead, as described by Horst
European travellers

455
K.

Sketch of the Athenian government
KILLARNEY described

363 St. Luke, vi. 41
L.

Stockdale on misanthropy
LETTER from a traveller through Flanders 35 Story of two fifters

r9
Letter of Oliver Cromwell

127 of the Countefs of Chateau Briand 284, ,;?
Letters to a lady

184, 185, 186 of a miser
Letter of Allan Ramsay, the famous Scotch

T.
bard, containing fome account of the studies THRYLLITIUS, biographical anecdotes of 428
of his lon, late portrait-painter to his ma- Tour to the lake of Killarney

jho
jetty

198 Translation of a Greek fragment by Stephes
Letters by the Hon. Horace Walpole, Esq. in- Byzantinus

33
tended for the World

W.
Letter to the Comte de Grasse

279 WELCH bards, their offices, orders, &c. 38
Litt of the Royal Society council for the ensuing
year

THE ENGLISH THEATRE.
ΑΙ
BINGTON in Charlotte, in the Hype Hunt the Slipper
crite

315

K.
Aeroftation
390 KING in Lord Ogelby

314
Alteration in the mode of giving out the play 315

L.
Alteration in the Opera of Robin Hood 315 LYONS in Lady Macbeth

315
B.

M.
BANNISTER in Macheath
314 MOGUL Tale

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N.
CARMELITE

478 NATURAL Son
Close of the Himarket Theatre
233 Noble Peasant

231
Critique on Miss Wollcry's Sigismunda 75

0.
D.

OPENING of the Winter Theatres
DECEPTION

389

P.
PEEPING Tom

233
FOLLIES of a Day
480 Pinetti's Exhibition

313
Fontaincbicau

390

S.

SIDDONS's first appearance
GEORCE in Rosetta

315 Spanish Rivals
H.

Stratford's Lord Rullel
HAYLEY's Lord Ruffel

156
Holman's tirit apgearance described 390 TWO Connoisseurs

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LITERARY

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Index to the Philosophy.
Mr. Hussey on ordnance affairs

326 Aug. 7 and 9. Miscellaneous business
Mr. Luttrell, Lord Beauchamp, Mr. Rolle, Mr. Aug. 10. Motion on Sir John Burgoyne's ar-

Barclay, and Mr. Steele on the same business 326 rest
Mr. Ellis and Mr. Pitt og fame

Commutation tax
India bill discussed

327

Mr. Eden 1peaks
Mr. Eden and Attorney-General on brick tax 327 Mr. Pitt replies

402
Mr. Huffey on Somerset-house buildings 327 Aug. 11. Corn distillery bill

409
Mr. Gilbert's bill for the regulation of jails 327 Aug. II. New tax bills
Taxes discussed

327 Aug. 13. Mr. Sheridan on the civil lift ac-
Debate on the civil lift debt

410
Committee on ways and means

Aug. 19. Mr. Sheridan on civil lift account 411
July 26. India bill in its altered state 328 Mr. Burke on the same

412
Debate on a motion for a recommitment 329 Aug. 20. His Majesty puts an end to the
Mr. Pitt's reply

330

feflion
July 27. Bill for the intercourfe between Great-

HOUSE OF LORDS.
Britain and America

331 June 17. Lord Effingham's speech on the state
July 28. Coach tax

of the jails

6
Bill for making prisoners work
331 Lord Thurlow's reply

2
Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, Mr. Hulley, and Lord North Lord Loughborough's objections to the dividend
on navy and ordnance bills
331 of 8 per cent. on India itock

9E
Duty on raw silk, and other taxes

Lord Thurlow's reply

91
India bill read a third time

Division in favour of the bill

92
Mr. Burke on the India bill
331. July 14. Scotch oath bill

246
Mr. Dundas replies

332 Speeches of Lords Derby, Thurlow, and Lough-
July 30. New taxes

borough

246
Quebec petition

332 July 19. Lord Ferrers and Lord Sydney on the
Mr. Role proposes new taxes
333 taxes, and various bills palled

325
Mr. Burke on Mr. Hastings

July 22. Sir John G. Griffin's claim heard 327
Committee on India bill

333
July 23. Meilage from the King

327
Mr. Dempiter's amendment

333 July 29 and 30. Debate on India bill
Mr. Pitt on the India Company

334

Aug. 2. Speeches of Lord Carlisle and Lord
Aug. 2. Conversation on the commutation tax 406 Thurlow on the India bill

403
Mr. Pitt and his party deaf to the remonitrances Aug. 3. Sir John Griffin Griffin's claim to the
of opposition

407 title of Baron de Walden passes the com-
Mr. Dundas on the restoration of the forfeited mittee

407
estates in Scotland
407 Aug. 4. Committee on the India bill

407
Aug, 3. Mr. Dempiter on valtalage 407 Aug. 10. New bill for ordinations
Mr. H. Thornton on navy bills

407 Protest against die India bill
Mr. Pitt on taxes
407 India relief bill

409
Smuggling bill committed

407 Opinions of Lord Walsingham, the Duke of
Aug. 4. Committee of ways and means 407 Portland, and Lord Stormont

409
India relief bill

407
The Chancellor opposes

410
Aug. 5. Bill for restoring forfeited estates 407 Aug. 16. Lord Thurlow on the forfeited estates
Aug. 6. Committee of lupply
407

410
Debate ensues

408 Aug. 18. Lord Loughborough on the commuta-
Mr. H. Thornton on navy bills

408

tion tax
Remarks by Mr. Pitt, Lord North, and Mr. Lord Thurlow replies
Fox

408

332

333

te

332

408
408

410
411

PHILOSOPHY, INCLUDING AEROSTATICS, ASTRONOMY, CHEMISTRY, MA-

THEMATICS, MEDICINE, METEORS, NATURAL HISTORY, AND OPTICS,
ACCOUNT of a lunar iris feen in 1699,

C.
from a letter of Dr. Samuel Scheigvigius to CALCINATION of metals

341
M. Frederick Buthner, professor of mathe- Cavendith's answer to Mr. Kirwan's remarks 415
inatics

182 Cooper on the meteor of August 18 123
Acrial voyage by the Meffrs. Robert and Mr. Cullen's directions for treating maniacal per-
Hullin

308
fons

97
Air-balloon intelligence
118 Curious fact related by Dr. Houlson

287
Anecdotes of Mr. Blanchard

391

D.
Answers to mathematical questions 13, 101, DECOMPOSITION of nitrous air by mix-
207, 260, 350, 432 ture with common air

342
B.

Diminution of common air by the electric
BALLOON at Chelsea
119 spark

342
in Scotland

Doderet on aeroftatics translated
at Paris
118

E.
Blanchard's voyage, May 23, 1784

305

EDGEWORTH on the meteor of Aug. 18 123
306 Edinburgh fire balloon

313
Blanchard and Sheldon's vovage

312

Effects of the air of the Grotto del Canc, in
Blanchard's expedition from the Rhedarium, in Italy, on a dog

287
Park-lane
477 Experiments on air, by Mr. Cavendith,

abridged

52

120

July 18

122

2 1 2

abridged from the Philosophical Transactions

0.
254, 338 ON madness
F.

On the dry vomit, by Dr. Houltica
FOTHERGILL on the effects of close rooms, On transfusion of blood
late hours, &c.

99

R.
K.

RAPUINE's voyage from Brentford to
KIRWAN's remarks on Mr. Cavendish's ex-
periments

349 Remarks on the planet Mercury
Kirwan's experiments on air concluded

412

S.
L.

SADLER's balloon expedition at Orist
LUNARDI's balloon announced

220

T.
voyage

309 TRANSLATION of M. Doderet's
M.

on air-balloons
MATHEMATICAL questions 16, 105, 210,

V.
264, 351, 434 VIPERS live long without food, ito
Meteor of August 3, 1984

it
of August 16, 1783, described by Mr. Volcanos in the moon, from M. ;-
Cavallo

122

de Migellan
Meteors of Aug. 18, and O&t. 4, described by
Mr. Aubert

123

POETRY.
ADDRESS by Mr. Lacy

296

representation of Dr. Stratford's to
Address by Mr. Bonnor

296
Addreis intended for Miss Younge 296 Ode on the King's birth-day, at Days

Tpoken before the second and third re- on a itatue of Achiiles, by Mi. Bu
presentations of Lord Ruffel

on the approach of summer
to H. W. Esq. on his prailing Eloisa 49 On the death of Dr. Johníon
Airs in Robin Hood

375 On Madame de Damas learning Eng
Anacreontic

460

P.
B.

PROLOGUE to Two to one
BECKFORD's first of May

120 Prologue to Mr. Hayley's tragedy of
Bramin

374

fel
C.

to Dr. Stratford's tragedy o:
COLMAN's prologue on the appearance of fel
Mifs Wallery

75

to the farce of Hunt the Sin
Conquest of the air

to Mr. Hayley's comedy s
Content and rich

cailed the Two Connoniteurs
Cowley's dedication to More ways than one 50

to the Follies of a Day
D.

to Aeroliation
DAMON's invitation to Celia

297

on Mr. Hoiman's first appearan
Danish ode

and epilogue to the Carminis
E.

Pralm XCIII.
ELEGY on a young woman who was found

S.
murdered in St. George's-Fields 462 SONNET at sea
Epigram by Holcroit

125

Sannet at Bath
on the Georgium Sidus

297 Songs in Two to One
Epilogue to the 'Two Conroitlcurs

213

in Hunt the Slipper
to Deception

376

in the Noble Pealant
to Lord Rullel

213 in Peeping Tom of Coventry
Epitaph by Mr. Hayley

50 Sonnet from Petrarch
- by Mr. Potter

50 Stances morales, par M. De Pris
H.

Stanzas on Miss Seward's Louila, bME. E
HAYLEY's ode on the Prince's birth-day 126
Horace, Epift. xiii. book 1.

I 24

Stockdale's verses to Mr. Selby
L.

T.
LAURA

297

THE air-balloon
Lines on Sir Joshua Reynolds

375 The fatidious
Love's servile los

51 Times goe by Turnes, an old song
M.
MUSE recalled, an ode, by Sir W. Jones 461 VERSES on the death of Mrs. Carril

Verses on the death of the Rey. Daria Wien
OCCASIONAL address, spoken before the first
STATE PAPERS, IRISH REPRESENTATION, INTELLIGENCE, POLITICS, A.

CHRONOLOGY.
ABERYSTWITII, extraordinary instance of contuls and vice-consuls nominated by Fizz
murder and suicide there

395 commercial advantages held out by Fat
AMERICA, state of the national debt in April 3 the new states, 401-avaithip of est

460
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Outrages

397
485
318

taxes

400

238

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inpean nations in their trade, 401--bank- Non-importation agreement, 82--enforced by
ruptcy of the first adventurers, 401-laws in the mob, 82—disturbances in consequence,
Pennsylvania respecting slavery, 401_number 82--reformation of parliament, 82--New
of emigrants arrived there, 401-legillative Town of Geneva tounded

82
Tystem for regulating trade with the East. Further diiturbances, 159--jealousy between
Indies, 402-extent and population of the the regulars and volunteers

159
Thirteen States

402 Address from the county of Dublin for a diflo-
Anniversary of the gunpowder treason, boy and Jution of parliameni, 160--Lord Charle-
constable kilied

395

mont's aniwer to the Beltait delegates re-
Atkinson, Christopher, his case argued in the folved to be inimical to the national in-
court of King's-Bench
78, 79 tercit

160
Affidavits in his defence

of the mob, 2.10--animosity between
Judge's address to him and sentence

the citizens and soldiers, 240-spirit of vo-
Atkinton, Richard, chosen alderman

lunteering, 240--addreiles to the King
B.

from different counties, 240–Mr. Pitt's
BUDGET, 76--terms of the loan, 77-new refufal to present the Belfalt petition 241

77

Licentiousness of the populace, 320 - dintr-
Burgoyne, Sir John, his correspondence with ences of opinion on parliamencary reform,

the president and committee of Fort St. 323-attorney-general's letter to the the-
George, relative to his arrett

392 ritfs of Dublin, 320-refusal of several
C.

counties to nominate delegates to Congreis,
COOTE, Sir Eyre, arrival of his corpse and 321-resolutions of the citizens of Dubiin
burial

238

on the attorney-general's letter, 321-ada
D.

drelies to the king and lord lieutenant 32 I
DEFINITIVE treaty of peace, ratification of Meeting and proceedings of the Irish Congrets,
it with the States General arrives

79 399-depredations of the banditti near Dub-
Drawbacks on foreign iron and hemp exported

lin
to America

Outlawry at Ballynulta

400
E.

Trith Representation
EAST-INDIES, Mr. Hastings's letter to the Dr. Jebb's third letter to Lieutenant-Colonel
Company

83

Sharman
Treaty of peace with Tippoo Saib 160 Review at Sligo, July 23
Decision of Sir W. Jones with regard to the Address of the Temple infantry to General
plunder of Cheyt Sing
241 Flood

17.4
Mr. Hastings's visit to Lucknow, 241-re-

General Flood's answer
turn of the army from Guzzerat, 241- Resolutions of the lawyer's corps at Dublin,
mutiny at St. Helena

241 July 15th
Mr. Anderson's treaty with the Mahrattas, Letter trom Mr. R. Griffiths, jun. to the
401– lots of the Major Indiaman

401

chairman of the Litburn meeting 288
General Mathews out off by poison, 488- Answer to Mr. Griifiths, by Mr. O'Hallo-
Mr. Hastings's letter to the directors, 488

290
- vifit from the heir apparent to the throne Mr. Pitt's letter to Mr. White

334
of Delhi

Letter from Dublin on the National Congress
Executions
157, 238, 396

334
Extract from Mr. Erskine's speech in defence of Meeting deferred

335
the Dean of St. Alaph 234, 315, 482 Mr. Jones's letter to the volunteers reviewed
F.
at Belfast

335
FIRE in Abchurch-lane
81 Letter from Belfast

416
at Weyhill

319

- to William Sharman, Esq. 416
G.

to W. T. Jones, Eiq.

417
GORDON, Colonel, tried and acquitted at the Mr. Sharman's answer

417
Old-Bailey

239

Mr. Jones's answer
Gordon, Lord George, note to Mr. Pitt on the Copy of a paper sent to every volunteer

corps
taxes, 78-- Mr. Pitt's answer, 78-on en.
gaging leamen to aslift the Dutch against the Roscommon meeting

419
Emperour
393 Plan for difarming the volunteers

420
Great seal, action brought by Lee against the Letter from Cork

420
conftables who apprehended him for receiving Johnson, Doctor, his funeral

487
it

78 Johnstone, Commodore, verdict aga'nt him
Greenwich constable killed
319 by Capt. Sutton let alide

79
H.
New trial

487
HUNGARY, account of the crown 177

K.
1.

KING's mcffage to the House of Commons on
INCREASE and amount of the English peer- the civil-lift debt

So
age

175 King's speech on proroguing the parliament 159
Inhabitants of the mountains which separate Kentish coach, attempt to rob it

319
Transylvania from Wallachia

175

L.
Ireland, petition of the citizens of Dublin 81 LE MESURIER cholen alderman

318
Presented to the lord lieutenant, 82—his an- Letter, curious one, to the chancellor of the

swer, 82-insulted at the theatre 82
LOND. MAG. Dec. 1784.

Exchequer

237
Linntus's

125

195

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