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BUNCLE, John, Life ol, 497— CUPID, Banishment of 185
D Burch's two Essays 427 Dean's Rule of Practice 537 Burton and Thompson, Ac- DEFENCE, ferious, of some late count of what passed between Measures
426 DE FORMITY of Beauty 90 Byng, Admiral, real Defence DemoSTHENEs translated by of 194 Leland
264 Chronicle of ibid DescRIPTION of Minorca 90
Letter to a Member con. DictioNARY of Arts and Scicerning 419
621 Impartial Reflections on DISSERTATION on Bleeding
422 Letter to
426 DRUMMOND's Poems 128 Further Particulars relat. ing to
E Narrative of his Proceed- Egypt, see Norden. ings
655 ELECTRICITY, fee Houdley. some Reasons for believing
see Lovett. his Letters, &c. spurious 677 EMBARGO, of Irish Beef, &c.
Collection of Papers relat. Observations on 627 ing to
ibid ENQUIRY into the Similitudes further Address relating to, of the Lord God
415 682 Epistle to the D. of N. 311 с
poetical, to W. Pitt, CADET 402 Esq;
652 Çelsus, fee Grieve.
Essay on the Writings and GeCHRISTIAN Apology, St. Pe
nius of Pope
247 Essay on the Roads 89 CHRISTIAN'S Political Dil
- on the Times
675 on the Rise of Corn 425 Cibber's two Dissertations 195 Essays, &c. phyficial and liteCOLLECTION of several Pam. rary, Edinburgh phlets, &c. relative to Admiral Paftoral and Elegiac
on divine and moral Sub. COMPARATIVe Theology 313 jects
678 CORDILLAC's Essay on Human Evans's Geographical Effays, Knowlege, translated by Nu- Part 2d
43-105 EXAMINATION, Free and Can. CONDUCT of the Ministry 524 did, of the Bishop of LonCONFIRMATION, see Ministers. don's Sermon's
114 fee Reply EXPEDITious Instructor
538 CONSIDERATIONS on the Addresses
F on the present State FAUQUIERE, see Observations. of Affairs
669 Fawcet's Grand Enquiry 200 COUNTERPOISE
652 FERGUSON'S Astronomy 236 Cox's Narrative of the Thief- FLEMING's Letter to Pike 315 Takers 89
Fleury's Hiftory of the Israel- Ji_Ts, a Novel ites
321 İM MORALITY of the Age, ReFOTHERGILL'S Fall of Man
196 677 IMPORTANCE of Minorca 90 Free's Ode on the Loss of Mi- INOCULATION, grand Objecti.
ons to, considered
540 FREKB on Earthquakes 196 JOHNSON, Ben. see Whalley. Fry on Marriages
Sir William, Confer: FULL Answer to the fourth Let- ences between him and the ter
ISRAELITES, fee Fleury. GENIUS of Britain 652 JUSTINIAN's Institutes by HarGERMAN Cruelty
310 ris Politicks
295 GILCHRIST on the Medicinal
K Ufe of Sea Voyages
204 KEYSLER's Travels GRIEve's Celsus
398 KILLINGWORTH's Answer to GUIDE co the Rights of Eng, Bulkley
544 lishmen Guise's Sermons
LARDNER'S Supplement to his
146 HAMPTON's Polybiu's 657 LAYMAN's Animadversions on a HARRIS's Juftinian
199 HARRISON's Miscellanies 537 Leland's Demofthenes
264 HAZELAND, see View.
LEMAISTER'S Ode on the Spring HEATHCOTE
on the Use of Reafon
78 LETTER, fourth, to the People History of two Orphans 535 of England
292 of Reynard the Fox from a Watchmaker to 655 the Common Council
293 of a Scotch Family
to the Livery of London 656
417. HOADLEY and Wilson on Elec
from New Jersey 427 tricity
to the Authors of the Re. HORACE Ep. X. B. 1. imitated view, on the Controversy be
653 tween Patten and Heathcote, Ode XV. B. 1. imitated
470 655 to Mr. Pitt
523 HORNI's Apology for certain
Sixth, and last, to the Gentlemen
Parliament and People 532 HUTCHINSONIANS, Word to,
from a Genileman at &c. Vindicated
10 the Duke 672 J
the University of JACKSON's Letter to a young Cambridge
from a Bavarian Officer JAMAICA, fee Brown.
ibid. Idea of Beauiy 450 LEUCOT HOE, a Poem 153
-585 NORDEN's Travels in Egypt and
Love, fee ODE.
OBSERVATIONS on Fauquier's
Lucas on Waters 205 ODE, see LEMAISTRE.
Minister's Instructions for Con. gil
POLYBIUS, fee Hampton.
Pomfret, Countess of, poem on
Description of ib. Pope, fee Essay.
a Tragedy 532 PostleTHWAYT on the French
MODEST Address to the Com. PRIVATEERING, ufeful remarks
536 PRUSSIAN Pieces, four, &c. 635
417 QUAKERS, historical account of
Frank's, on Stevenson's death Ray of 'Truth, &c. a Fable 418
96 RANDODPH's Mirrour
681 Free's, before the AntigalliRANGER, David, Adventures of can's
Gibbons's, at HaberdashersReasons, &c. to prove a French hall
ibid forgery 302 Griffith's, at Oxford
95 for building barracks 312 Grigg's, at St. Alban's
96 for believing, &c. fee Greenhill's, on the decrease of BYNG.
the Chriftian faith
432 Reflections, see IMMORA- Hall's, at Oxford
Heathcote's, at Leicester-asliREFLECTIONS previous to the
432 establishment of a Militia 673 Milne's, on Culcheth's death Relix's Trial of Spirits 678
432 REMARKS, see PECKARD.
Norton's, at the Charter-house on privateering 427
432 on the conduct of our Penn's, at Christ-church 431 fleet
413 Pennington's, at Huntingdon REMONSTRANCE, lee Modeft.
96 Reply to a Query concerning Ross's, at Cambridge ibid. Confirmation
314 Smithson's, on the declaration RESIGNATION, or, Fox out, &c.
ibid 523 Spry's, at the confecration of RICHARDSON's Essays 678 two Bishops Ripron, Sarah, case of, 194 Taylor's, at Norwich
96 ROBIN Hood-Society 86 Tew's charity-sermon
431 KOWLEY's Quadrant 537 Ward's, at Chester-affizes 96: RUSSEL's Natural History of A- Winter's, on the declaration of leppo
96 RUTHERFORTI's Institutes 217 SHAM Fight
312 SHELDRAKE on Heat and Cold S
477 SAILORS, seasonable Call upon SIMILITUDES, see ENQUIRY.
203. SMART's Hymn to the Supreme SAUNDERSON's Fluxions 245 Being SCHOOL-BOY in Politics 418 STEVENS's Travels SERMONS, single, viz.
97-209 Ashton's, at St. Marytle-bow Sweden, Dispute in 310
96 SYMONS on weighing gold 534 Bellamy's, at St. Paul's
432 Bilftone's, at Oxford ibid.
T Blake's, at Oxford ibid. The TARGET Burton's de fundamentalibus dif- TAYLOR 's HebrewConcordance ertatio theologica 430
22 Conder's, at Porter's ordina- TELEMACHUS, fee BAGNAL. tion
437 THOMPSON, see Burton. Cornel's, on Notcutt's death Thoughts on the being of a ibid. God
94 Crewe's, at Stafford-aflizes
W TOLDERVY's History of two Or- WARNER'S System of Divinity phans 535
483 Trial of Spirits
Ecclefiaftical History TRINITY, see Watson.
564 True Censure no Aspersion 316 Watson on the Trinity 199 TURNCOAT, a Parody on Athel- WHOLLEY's Edition of Ben ftan
Johnson's Works 198
WHIston's Translation of JoaV
chim Christian's Discourse on View of the Manner in which Militias
675 Trade and Civil Liberty fup- Whitefield's Reply to Boura port each other 677
313 Virtue, a Poem 319 WISDOM of the Supreme Being Voice of the People
678 Voyages, Compendium of 193
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