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of, 49.

His illustration of several passages

M:
in that author, 460.

M ADNESS, in dogs, symptoms
KEYSER's, and other pills for the IVI of described, 53. Bite of,

Ven, Dir. remark on, 372. - its usual effects, ib. Pradical
KUSTER, Mr. his dissertation on directions for the cure of, 54.
the idol Jodutha, 547.

A case instanced, 55. Dogs how

cured, ib.

MALADIES, popular, usual causes
L.

MalT-LIQUORS, cure for, when
| Abouk, excessive, ill effects ropy, 355. Method of fining,
L of, 49.

429. Stubbornness of, how to
Ladies, of Ireland, Swift's unfa- jemedy, ib.

vourable character of them, 150. Mar, comparative view of his fa-
Lapis Lazuli, account of, 542. culties with choreof animals, 356.
LEARNING, state of, in the time of MANSFIELD, Lord, high enco-

Trajan, 329. In the 5th centu- mium on, in Bp. Warburton's
ry, 336.

dedication, 127.
LEHMANN, his account of a silver MARGGRAFF, Mr. his account of

ore, 542, of gum copal, ib. the regulus of antimony, 541-
LETTERS, restoration of, (in the of the Lapis Lazuli, 542

16th century) public advantages Mars, gaibbling derivation of his
from, 439.

name, 228.
LIBERTY, religious, its unbounded M'CULLA, Mr. his project for a

extent, 554. Civil, legal pro new Irish copper-coin, 148.

visions in favour of, 555. MELANCTHON, the great reformer,
Liebnitz, his philosophy founded his amiable character, 437.

in nature, 498. His contro. MELCHISEDEC, ludicrously men-
versy with Locke, 499, 501. His cioned by Warburton, 177, 178,
notion of innate ideas, 503. OF. 393.

the nature of the soul, 504. MERIAN, Mr. his enquiry into the
LIEU TAUD, Mr. his account of moral sense, 545.

the nature of fevers, 525. Miltitz, his artful endeavours
LOCKE, Mr. his controversy withi. to reconcile Luther with the Ch.

Liebnitz, 499, 501, 504. Both of Rome, 435

easily to be reconciled, 50. MONTMOLLIN, Professor, the great
Logos, critical differtation on, 413. adversary of Mr. Rousseau, 507,
LONGITUDE, account of attempts 512. His very unfavourable cha-

for the discovery of, 64. Par. racter, 550. His baseness and
liamentary reward for, ib. Har treachery, 551.
rison's invention, 65. Proceed. Moral Sense, disquisition on, 544.
ings of the commissioners, rela- Mosaic history, chronological dif-
tive thereto, 169.

ficulties in, 494.
LOWTH, Dr. controversy between Mosheim, Dr. his great charac-

him and Dr. Warburton, 176, ter, 443.
389. His ironical encomium on MOUNTEBANKS, great mischiefs

the Divine Legution, &c. 391. done by them, among the com-
LUTHER, Martin, his character, mon people, 6o.

431. Calumnies invented against Music, philosophically confider-
· him refuted, -432.

ed, 358. Principles of taste in,
LUXURY, a cause of depopula- founded in nature, 365... ..
cion, 48.

MYSTERIES, ill effects of, 539.

NABOBS,

N. . PASTURES, directions relative to,

256.
N ABOBS, English, scheme for Patriarchs, Christian, their ori.

establishing, in the East gin and high privileges, 377.
Indies, 271.

Detrimental to the peace of the
Naples, citizens of. their charac church, 338. :*

ter, 518. Absurdity of their re- Paul, St. account of his diffe-
ligious deportment, 519. Bj. rences with Peter, 157.

gotry to Si. Januarius, ib. Peers, their privileges, 17. House
Naptha, of the Ancients, what, of, its importance in the consti-
543

tion of this country, 567.
NAVIGATIONS, inland, great ad. PHILOSOPHY, its utility contro-

vantages from, to the public, verted, 42, State of, in the
469. Scheme for one between first age of Christianity, 95.
Liverpool and Hull recommend. Glorious restoration of, in the
ed, ib.

16th century, 410.
· Nervous Diseases, general ac- PHILLIPS, Mr.' author of the life

count of, 116. Farther discur- of Pole, pathetic address to,
sed, 180, fog.

475
· Nerves, structure and use of, 113. Plague, at Constantinople, Dr.

Sympathies in the body, by Mackenzie's account of, 448,
means of, 114.

PLATONICS, a fect of Christian
Newton, Sir Isaac, his physical philosophers só called, account

elements equally imaginary with of, 330.
those of Liebnitz and Des Cartes, Pole, Card. his character viewed
408. His Principia, commen- in different lights by the English
tary on some parts of, 205. A and by the Italians, 474.
compleat comment recommend. Pope, his edition of Shakespeare
ed, 206.

characterized, 385,
Popery, exhibited in a striking

light, 475-479.
PROPHECY, criticisms relating to,

170.
PIUM, its use in the cure of Providence, fupposed inequalities

nervous disorders, 181. of, to particulars, discussed, 139.
ORMOND, Duke of, his character, 5. PRUSSIA, K. of, interferes with
OXFORD, Lord, his character, 6. Rousseau's persecutors, in behalf
OXFORD, university, eulogium on, of that philosopher, 508.
394.

· Psalms, specimens of, translated

by Merrick, 231.

PURGATORY, droll account of, by
P.

a pretended Chinese, 165.

DARLIAMENT, abfurdity of e.
I lections into being expensive
to the candidates, io, and of
freeholders qualifications for vote Uakers, the only Christians
ing, ib. and of decayed bo who have not persecuted
roughs, ib.

others, 200.
PARSLEY recommended for feed. Queries, remarkable ones, relat-

ing Sheep, 251. Method of ing to Great Britain, Ireland,
culture, 252.

and America, 242.

READING

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D EADING-GLASS, droll story AVAGES of America, humorods of, 173..

ftory of, 173. REASON, remarks on the culture SCEPTICISM, cured by a noftrum,

of, 40. Consequences of the 404. neglect of, exemplified in the In- Schlosser, Dr. his account of a dians, 41.

wonderful fish, 453. Reason, different ideas of that SHAFTESBURY, Lord, his notion term, 546.

of the moral sense, 545. . REFORMATION of the Christian SHAKESPEARE, his writings cha

Church, account of, 431. : racterized. 287, His tragi.com Religions not all equally conduc medy defended, 289. Defects ciye to salvation, 306.

of his plays, 291. Apology for REPOR'S. BOOKS, in law, their uti his quibbles, 293. Defended lity, 108.

against other charges, 294. His · REVIEWERS, English, their critical deviation from the dramatic uni

office and conduct defended, 547. ties controverted, 295, 374 Their occasional acrimony ex 381. His learning discussed, 382.

cufable, ib. And requisite, 548. His remarkable modesty, 383. RIDLEY, Mr. his pathetic address Account of his various Editors, to Mr. Phillips, 475.

384. Illustrations of several beauROMAN charity, common mistake tiful passages in his writings, 460.

relating to that story, corrected, SHASTAH of the Gentoos, fome. 523.

account of, 266, 269. RomĒ, present citizens of charac- SHERIDAN, Dr. his character, 155,

terized, 515. Beggars and pil- !56. Mrs. her very unfavorable grims the perts of that capital, character, ib. ib. Courtezans not tolerated SHIP-BUILDING, improvements in, there, 516. Frequency of mur. 210. ders there, 517.

Simon, Magus, account of him, Rouise Ali, Mr. his scheme of edu. 104,

cation attacked, 38. Anecdotes SOCIETY,Royal, reprehended, 444. relative to his persecution in SOCRATIC love, Voltaire's account Swisserland, 506. Pleasant mif- of, controverted, 278. take of the town-clerk, in read. Soul, remarks on the dispute about ing the prohibition of Rousseau's · its intermediate state, 141. Conworks, 507. His declarations troversy relating to, 417. to the pattor of his church, ib. STAMP-ACT, for N. America, ac. and 512. Remonftrance in his count of, 398. Strong reasons favour, 508. Interrogated, as for repealing, 485. to his creed, 509. His letter to Steffe, Mr, his controversy with the Artorney-general, 510. To Dr. Dawson, 417. his perfecutors, 511. Resolves STELLA. See Johnson. Her reto quit, for ever, his native coun- markable reproof to a dealer in try, 513. His account of the double entendres, 225. artful treachery of his paftor, SPENCER and Janssen, their law. 550. How deceived in his fa- suit, 109. vourable opinion of his protestant SULZA, Mr, his analysis of reason, brethren, 552.

546. Rowe's edit. of Shakespeare cha- SUPERSTITION not naturally inheFacterised, 385.

rent in man, 310.

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Swift, Dean, his party spirit, 2.

V. His defence of Queen Ann's V ENEREAL disease, obfervations ministry, 4. His character of V on, 371. Method of treatOrmond, 5, of Bolingbroke, ib. ing, 373. of Harley, 6. His high-flown VENETIANS, their character, 520, sermon on the 30th of Jan. 9. Courtezans protected by the goHis account of absurdities in vernment there, 521. Great England, ib. His character of perfection of the Venetian muBp. Burnet, 11. His melancholy fic, 522. view of the state of Ireland, 149. Venus, her poetical address to PaHis unfavourable character of the ris, 23. Her encomium on Irish ladies, 150. His project pleasure, 25. for abolishing the Irish language, Viedam, of the Gentoos, some ac. ib. His remarkable thoughts on count of, 269. religion, 151. His curious re- . VIRGIL, strange superstitious nosolutions for old age, 153. His tions of him, held by the vulgar character of Dr. Sheridan, 155. Italians, 523. His account of Mrs. Johnson, UNITIEs, dramatic, controverted, 219. His directions in the choice 295. of a wife, 226. His antiquity VOLTAIRE, Mr. his contemptuous of the Englith tongue, 227. His notion of the Jews controverted, character of Bp. Berkeley, 312. 131. An enemy to Rousseau, His account of his quarrel with 509. Bettesworth, 314. His poetical. detail of talents fit for conversation, 316. His character of Daphne, 317

W.
W ALLS, not friendly to peas

VV and beans fown under them,

344. Espaliers preferred to them TETZEL, Lother's opponent, for fruit-trees, 345 1 his bad character, 434. His WARBURTON, Bishop, his notion miserable end, 435

of the first hterary and first hieroTHEOBALD's edition of Shake. glyphic writing, 129. Contro.

speare, applauded and censured, verts Voltaire's account of the 385.

Jews, 131. Defends Josephus, Tide, a remarkable one at Bristol, 135. His remarks on the con453•

troversy about the sleep of the TRIGONOMETRY, method of solv. soul, 141. His fevere attack of

ing cases in, by arithmetic only, Dr. L wth, 176. In what sense 261.

a perfecutor, 179. His edition of TRINITY, new explication o1,410. Shakespeare characterised, 368. Truth, the happiness of mankind Attacked by Dr. Lowth, 390.

how far dependent on the pro By Dr. B. Dawson, 418. pagation of, 305.

WATER, cold, ill effects of drink. TRUTHS, the question whether all ing, when people are over-heat

depend on experience discussed, ed, 49. 501.

Wife, Swift's advice in the choice TYTHES, lift of things tythable, of one, 226. 401.

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23, in the last line of the profe, for triunvirate, read can-
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didates.
33, in the last line of this page, the quotation ends at

alliance ; after which the Reviewer's observation

should begin a new par.
86, Art. 30, for Skeate, read Keate.
118, par. 2, 1. 17, for patient, read patients.
146, I. 13, for appear, read appears.
148, par. 2, 1. 3, for patria, read patriæ.
150, 1. penult. read this is, surely, saying too much.
171, par. 3, 1. 15, of the note, read as they do also the

other Scriptures,' &c.
175, 1. 4, for with, read without.
219, par. 3, I. 2, for 1786, read 1686.
345, par. 3, 1. 3, for then, read than.
346, l. ult. the same correction.
348, par. 3, 1..9, for first, read fruit.
351, l. 2, for in, read on.
361, 1. 8 from the bottom, for is, read it.
364, par. 3, 1. 6, for in any fpirited, read in a spirited:
370, l. 5 from the bottom, for bleffing, read blelings.
381, par. 2, 1. 15, for no great; read have no great, &c.'

6. 15, for no great bleffing, read in a fpirited?

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