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Bidlake's sermon recommending Sun. Chaftellux's travels in North America,
day-schools,
227

174, 253
Bigland's collections relative to the Cheltenham waters, observations on, 161
county of Gloucester, 240 Chemical discoveries,

289
Bion, translation of the fragments of, Child of simplicity, 78.-0f chance,
355

307
Birch's confilia, 2d edit.
159 Chine, description de la,

214, 294
Birds natural history of, 395 Cbristian pastor's review of his life and
Blair's (Dr.) lecture on the canon of labours, 228. - Doctrine, sermons
the scriptures,
119 on the,

280
grave, a poem,

156 Christianity, a plan for abolishing of,
Blake's (fir Fr.) true policy of Great 398.-One great argument for the
Britain considered,

155
truth of,

437
Blanchard's complete instructor of Circulation of the blood, observations
short-hand,
479 on the,

352
Blenbeim, a poem,

218 Civil wars of Ireland, review of the,
Blood, observations on the circulation
of the,

352

Clater's every man his own farrier, 399
Brief effay on the advantages and dif- Cold bathing, cautions concerning, 306

advantages of France and Great Collection of letters on interesting fube
Britain, with regard to trade, 233. jects, 76.-Of memoirs for a Spa-

- Account of the hospital of St. nish history of Caftile, 141. – Of
Elizabeth,

memoirs of agriculture, &c. 142
Britishe nation, hint to the, 154, Collections relative to the county of
Policy contrasted with a French

Gloucester,

240
alliance, 145:-Wool, view of the Colonies, crisis of the,

469
bill for preventing the exportation Colours, experiments and observations
of,
310 on light and,

406
Browne's method of prelerving peach Commentaries and essays, No II. IV.
and nectarine trees,
239 and V. 424.--Medical

474
Brunonis ( Jo.) elementa medicinæ, 241 Commerce, new information and lights
Bucban's (Dr.) caution concerning cold on the late treaty of,

312
bathing,

306 Commercial treaty, observations on the
Burns' poems,

387 agricultural and political policy of
Butler's (bp.) charge to the clergy of the, 147.-Renarks on the tariff
Durham, A, D. 1751,

of the, 152. — Necessity and ten-
C.

dency of the, 153.-Appeal to the
Calling, the ladies',

445

landed interest on the operation of
Calonne's (M. de) speech in the assem- the,

229
bly of the notables,
235 Comets, astronony of,

239
Candid enquiry into the case of the Complete investigation of Mr. Eden's
prince of Wales,

160 treaty, 67.-Answer to, 153:-In-
Coron of the scriptures, ledures on structor in short hand,

479
the,'

119 Conceptions of God, apostolical, 238
Caroline, a novel,

390 Confirmation sermon, at Thaxted, 158
Carrieres's (des) essay on pronouncing Congratulatory epistle to Peter Pindar,
and reading French,
279

311
Carfe of Stirling,

15 Conjectures concerning certain fundions
Cartwright's Platonic marriage, 310

of the human economy, 223
Case of the protestant diflenters, 312. Confiderations on the political and com-
Observations on the,

314 mercial circumstances of Great Bri.
Gaffile, memoirs for a Spanish history tain and Ireland,

233
of,

14! Confilia, 2d edit.
Caution concerning cold bathing, 306 Consolation to the mourner, 440
Cbance, child of,

307. Continuation of the dispute relating to
Chaptal's observations on the use of

the composition of water and the
the veficula feminales, 381 cxistence of phlogiston,

292
Character (medical) essay on the, 306 Canversations of Emily,

236
Cbarge and fermoni
, at the ordination Converfing, the art of,

239
of the rev. Geo. Birley, 299.–Of Cooper's (Dr.) one great argument for
the rev. Mr. John Deacon, 475 the truth of Christianity, 437: -

Two

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Two discourses on the death of his Differtatio botanica de sida, 143.-Se-

daughter, 440.-Strictures on, 442 cunda, de Malva, &c. ibid. - Tertia,
Correspondence, 80, 240, 320, 400, 480 de Ruisia, &c.

293
Cottage, the fallen, 221.-On the moor, Dillertation on the lues venerea, &c. 78

398 Distressed nabob, the, 309.—Baronet,
Country lawyer, the,
399

473
Cowley's (Mrs.) school for greybeards, Distribution of former prizes and new

133

ones proposed by the royal society
Crell (M.), extract of a letter from, of medicine at Paris,

464
293 Diversities of fortune, the,

390
Crisis of the colonies,
469 Divinity, a system of,

42
Critical review of the works of Dr. Dore's letters on faith,

103
S. Johnson,
395 Douglas's nenia Britannica,

327
Cruikspank's anatomy of the absorbing Doraling (Wm.), journal of, 237

vessels of thic human body, 25 Dry belly-ache, observations on the
Crutwell's edition of bishop Wilson's cure of the,

79
Bible,

123 Dincan's (Dr.) medical commentaries,
Cullen's history of Mexico, 410

decad 11. vol. I.

474
Curate, the Kentish,

77 Durbam, charge to the clergy of, 100
Curry's (Dr.) review of the civil wars Duty of contending for the faith, 192
in Ireland,

E.
Curse of sentiment,

389 Eden's (Mr.) treaty, complete inve-
Cursory remarks on Dr. Priestley's let- stigation of, 67.—Answer to, 153

ter to the chancellor of the exche- Education of daughters, thoughts on
quer,

469 the, 287.--The theatre of, 395
Cynanche, essay for a nosology and Effufions (poetical) of an Epicurean
comparative view of the,

393
philofopher, &c.

156
D.
Egypt, letters on,

7
Danger at our doors,

231 Electricity, effects of, on minerals, &c.
Daughters, thoughts on the education

378
of,
287 Elementa medicinæ,

240
Davies's plays,

168 Elements of tactics, 366.-Of Englith
Davy's system of divinity,

grammar,
Deacon (Mr.), charge and sermon at Elizabeth (St.), account of the hospital
the ordination of,

of,
Death of Dion,

388 Emily, the conversations of,
Defence of the constitutions of govern- England and Ireland, union of, proved
ment of America,

248
to be practicable,

466
Denman's (Dr.) aphorisms on the ap- English government, historical view

plication and use of the forceps, on of the, 369.-Grammar, elemen's
preter-natural labours, &c. 49:- of,

398
On uterine hæmorrhages, &c. ibid. Englishman, letters of an, 154

-On natural labours, &c. ibid. Enquiry into the case of the prince of
Description of a set of prints of ancient Wales, 160.--Into the physiology
history, 159.-General de Chine, and pathology of parliaments, 272
294 Epifle to Peter Pindar,

311
Diamond cut diamond,

473 Error, thoughts on the various causes
Dion, the death of,

388
of,

475
Directions for the management of in- Eluy on uterine hæmorrhages, 49.-
fants,

223 On natural labours, ibid. On the
Discourse on baptism,

301

gift of tongues, 97.-On the advant-
Discourses on the population of states,

ages and disadvantages to France
33. On various lubjects, 194

and Great Britain with regard to
Discoveries, zoological, 210.- -chemi. trade, 233.-On the advantages of
cal,

revelation, 261.-On pronouncing
Disenters (protestant), case of the, 312. and reading French, 279.-On the

Observations on, 314.–The right medical character, 306.-On a no-
of the, to a complete toleration af- sology and comparative view of the
serted, 317.maddress to the, 319 cynanche,

393.
Diffenting congregations, letter to the E Jays on various subjects,

396
Deputies of the,
317 Evelyn's fjlva,

172
Liz

Every

42

398

475

446
236

289

298

79
156

379

221

133

383

478

470

100

Every man his own proctor, 160.- Gloucefter, collections in the county of,
His own sarrier,
399

240
Evidence that the relation of Josephus God, apostolical conceptions of, 228

concerning Herod's having built the Gospel, sermon on the principal doce

temple of Jerusa'em is falle, &c. 263 trines of the,
Exceffive sensibility,

389 Gout, treatise on the,
Experiments and observations on light Grave, the, a poem,

13
and colours,

406 Gray's supplement to the tour through
Extract of a letter fronı M. Cre!l, 293 Great Britairs,
F.

Great Britain, review of the political
Fair Syrian, a novel,

state of, 73, 235.-Sentiments on
109

the interests of, 149.--True policy
Faith, letters on, 103.-Duty of con-
tending for the

of, 155.–Panegyric on, 396.-Sup-

192
Fallen cottage, a poem,

plement to the tour through, 479
Fame, the vindication of, 156

Greybeards, the school for,
Fancy, the vidini of,

Groliere's description generale de la
107

Chine,
Farewell, the final,

214, 294
470
Farmers, the two,

Guide in a tour through Italy, 477: -

79
Farrago, the,

Through France,
Farrier, every man his own, 399

H.
Fe'ris intermittens, treatile on the, 435 Hamorrbages (uterine) essay on,
Fenn's original letters,

49
447
Final farewell, the,

Halifax's (bp.) edicion of bp. Butler's
First floor, the,

charge to his clergy,

157
Fontana on poisons,

Hamilton's (Dr.) remarks on the means

474
Fordyce's (Dr.) poems,

of obviating the fatal effects of the
207

bite of a mad dog, &c.
Foreign literary intelligence, 56, 138,

209, 289, 377, 466 Hampton's answer to Dr. Priestley's
Fortune, the diversities of,

objections to the doctrine of atone-

390
Fox (hon. Cha. James) letter to: 54 Hancock's astronomy of comets,

ment,

304
France, account of a map of, 460.-

239
Guide in a cour through,

Hanway (Jonas), esq. remarkable uc-

181

currences in the life,
Franche-Compté, a scientific map of, 46I
Freeman's (Dr.) strictures on Adair's Harlem, account of the prize disser-
Bath mcdical cautions,

tations of the theological and philo-
French treaty, letter on the, 72.- Essay

sophical societies at,

209
on pronouncing and reading of, Harrison's observations on the cure of

the dry belly-ache,

79
279.- Politics, alarming progress

Harwood's death of Dion,

388
of, 312.--King's speech to the not-
ables,

Hawkins's appeal to fcripture, reason,

470
Frog (the comic) turned methodist, 160

and tradition,

302

(fir John) life of Dr. Johnson,
G.

339, 417
Gardening, miscellanies on ancient and Hazord (Harry), adventures of, 307
modern, &c.

79
He would be a soldier,

137
Gastric juice, effects of the, as a men- Heart, forrows of the,

225
Itruum,

380 Heloisa and Abeillard, history of, 332
Geddes's (Dr.) prospectus of a new Helps to a right decision upon the me-
translation of the Bible,

45 rits of the treaty of commerce with
General view of the bill for prevent. France,

68
ing the exportation of British wool Hempen monopolists, rope's end fur,
and live sheep,
311

238
Generous attachment, the, 310 Henrietta of Gerstenfield, 389
Gentle Shepherd, tranflation of the, 157 Henry VII. history of,
Gentleman's (the) guide in his tour Hermit's tale, a,

through Italy, 477. Through Hertzberg's (baron) discourses on the
France,

population of states, &c.

33
Georgiana,
389 Hewlett's sernions,

443
Gerfienfield, Henrietta of, ibid. Hilernicum monafticon,
Gift of tongues, essay on the, 97 High life, amusements in,

399
Ginseng tea, effay on the virtues of, 394 Hint to the British nation, 154

478

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478

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of,

406

Hints towards à revival of the penal Kentis curate; the,
laws,

397 Kirkland's (Dr.) inquiry into the pre-
Histoire de la focieté royal de medicine, sent state of medical surgery, vol. II.

année 1780, 1981,
Hiforical and political remarks on the

L.
tariff of the commercial treaty, 152. Ladies' calling,

445
-Review of the civil wars in Ire. Landmann's elements of tactics, 366
land, 201. - - View of the English Law of marine assurances, &c. 195
government,

369 Lectures on the canon of the scriptures,
History of the war with America,

119
France, &c. 12. -Of lady Emma Lee's (miss) hermit's tale,
Melcombe, 77.-Of the early opi- Letter on the French treaty, 72.-To
nions concerning Christ, 112.-An- the right hon. Cha. Ja. Fox, 154.-
cient, a series of prints of, 159. To Geu. Stackpoole, esq. 234.- To
Delcription of, ibid. -Of the abbies, the rev. Mr. Houseman, 298.- To
priories, &c. in Ireland, 198.-Of the deputies of the diffenting con-
Henry VII. 238.-Of Geo. O’Nial, gregations, 317.-To the right hon.
307.--Of Henrictta Mortimer, 308. Wm. Pitt, 318.-Remarks on, 469
-of captain and miss Rivers, 309. Letters on Egypt, 7.-On interesting
Of Aheillard and Heloisa, 332:--- subjects, 76.- On faith, 103:-Of
Of the campaigns in North Ame- an Englishman, 154.-Of a friend
rica, 346.-Of lady Saint Laurence, to the Rockingham party, ibid.-
389.--Of fir Edw. Oswald and lady On the establishment of Sunday
Frances Seymour, 390. - Natural, schools, 227.--Original, 447

of birds, 395 --Of Mexico, 410 Levy (Mr.), account of the conduct
Holcroft's seduction, a comedy, 280

399
Horne's (dean) viếtation fermon at Libelling, system of, illustrated,

155
Canterbury,

192 Light and colours, experiments and
Houseman's fermon on the principal

observations on,
doctrines of the gospel, 298.- Let- Lord Winworth,

225
ter to the rey. Mr.

ibid. Louisa,
Howlett's visitation fermon at Thaxted, Loufiad (the), canto II.

158 Lucinda Osborne,
Hunt's observations on circulation Lumley-boufe, a novel, '

391
of the blood,

M.
Hunter's (John),observations on certain Macbelb re-considered, an essay, 239
parts of the animal economy,
81 MóFarlan’s (Dr.) tracts,

233
(Dr.) edition of Evelyn's sylva, Mackintoss's (Sawney) travels, 160

172 Macnally's Richard Cæur de Lion,
Hutton’s (Dr.) tracts,

157.--- Abstract of all the public
Hymns of Orpheus,

401
acts,

239

Maid of Orleans,
Idyllia of Theocritus, &c. 355

Maniacs (the), a tale,
Improvements upon agriculture,

Mantill's directions for the manage.

79
Infants, directions for the manage- nient of infants,

223
ment of,

223 Map of France, 460.-Of Franche-
Instructions for merchants, &c.

235
Compté,

461
Infructor in short-hand, 479 Marriage law of Scotland stated, 470
Intelligence, foreign literary, 56, 138, Mavor's Blenheim, a poem,
209, 289, 377, 460 Medical commentaries,

474
Intermiltens febris, treatise on the, 475 Medicinæ elementa,

241
Investigation of Mr. Eden's treaty, 67. Melody of speaking delineated,
-Answer to,

153 Memoir on the chronology of the In-
Italy, guide in a tour through,

477

dians,
J.

Memoirs for a Spanish history of Cafe
Jabet's fermons,

354 tile, 141.-Spanish, of agriculiure,
James's Petrarch to Laura, 219 commerce, &c.

142
Fofeph,

362 Method to preserve peach and necta.
Journal of William Dowsing, 237

239
K.

Mexica, history of,
Kearsley's tables of trade, 397 Midnigbt-bour (the), a farce,

Millar's

308
472
226

352

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178

rine trees,

410

476

321

311

398

204

Millar's historical view of the English Peters's sermon on the death of Dr.
government,
369 Moffatt,

476
Minor, the,
307 Petrarch to Laura,

219
Miscellanies on ancient and modern Philosophical and medical sketch of the
gardening, &c.

97 hunian hody and mind, 164.-
Moffatt (Dr.), fernion on the death Transactions, vol. LXXVI. part ii.

of,
Monafticum Hibernicum, 198 Pigott's new information and lights on
N.

the late treaty of commerce, 312
Nabob, the distrefled,
309 Pilon's he would be a soldier,

137
National improvements upon agricul- Pindar's (Peter) ode upon ode, 310.
ture,

79 -Congratulatory epistle to,
Necesity and policy of the commercial Pitt (right hon. Wm.) letter to, 318.
treaty,

153
--Remarks on,

469
Nenia Britannica,

327 Plan for rendering the poor independ-
New system of libelling illustrated, 155 ent on public contribution, 159.-
New Testament, abridgment of the, 129 For abolishing Christianity,
Normandy, William of,

307 Plays written for a private theatre, 168
Poisons, Fontana on,

474
0.

Poems for young ladies, 156.-On va-
Observations on the cure of the dry rious subjects, 185.- And essays by
helly-ache, 79.-.-On certain parts a jady,
of the animal economy, 81.-On Polwiele's translation of the idyllia,
the agricultural and political ten- epigrams, and fragments of Theo-
dency of the commercial treaty, critus, &c.

355
147.- On the ufe and abuse of Pou Roi,

272
Cheltenham waters, 161.-On the Price's (Dr.) sermons on the Chriftian
puerperal fever, 224.-On the case doctrine,

280
of the protestant disienters, 314 Priefley's (Dr.) history of the early
On the circulation of the blood, 352. opinions concerning Jesus Christ,

On the use of the veficulæ femi. 112.-Sermon on the importance
nales, 381.–And experiments on and extent of free enquiry into
light and colours, 406. - On the matters religion, 189.-Letter to

land revenuc of the crown, 454 the right hon. William Pitt, 318.-
Observer, the,

93
Remarks on,

469
Ode upon ode,

310 Irinciples of British policy contrasted
O'Nial (George) history of, 307 with a French alliance, 145
Orlando and Seraphina, 391 Prizes proposed by the royal society of
Ormerod's remarks on Dr. Prieste medicine at Paris,

ley's disquisitions on matter and Programma of the economical society
fpirit,

303 at Madrid, 140. Of the philoso-
P.

phical society at Lyons,
Paine's paper-maker's and stationer's Progress of war, 157.-Of Socinianisin,
asliftarit,
16о thoughts on the

392
Palmer's Chriftian pastor's review of Prospectus of a new translation of the
his life and labours,
228 Bible,

45
Panegyric on Great Britain, 396 Protection of Providence,
Park's system of the law of marine Puddicombe's fermons,

38
assurances, &c.

195 Pugb's remarkable occurrences in the
Parsons' letters on the establifhment life of Jonas Hanway, esą. 181
of Sunday schools,

227 Purlewent's appeal to the common
Particulars of the trials, convictions, sense of the nation,

76
&c. of John Shepherd, 8o Pye's poems,
Passages from various authors, 479

R.
Paterfun’s (Dr.) sermons, 300 Ramsay's (Allan) gentle shepherd,
Peep into the seraglio,
389 translation of,

157
Perkins's (Dr.) etsay for a posology (James) manual for African
and comparative view of the cy- slaves,

475
nanche,
393 Rana coniicæ,

160
Perry's differtation on the lues ve- Reader's remarks on thethree first chap-
serca, &c.
78 ters of the Revelations, 303

Reed's

464

212

218

185

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