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finition of, 424.
tioned, ancient and modern, Music, by what degrees it ara 403-407.
rived at perfection, Tu. MuMilton, copies of his particu- fic at Aleppo described, 144.
lar writings said to be purchas- Musk, remarkable instance of ed for the pleasure of burning
its medical efficacy, 390, seq. them, 192 Ministers of State, portrait of
N a good one, 104-106. Uti- NARDUS Indica, account of, lity of trulling a Minister «up,
378. every fifty or hundred
NATURE, whether more power. 415
ful than fancy, enquiry conMINISTRY, late, vindication of, cerning, 65. A mystical de
294–298. Supposed plan of at the commencement of the Naval Force, the advantage war, 408. Justified in their of maintaining, 658, Note. choice of Adm. Byng to com
NAVY, some animadversions on mand in the Mediterranean, the present state of, 299, feq. 410. More compliments to, NEGROS, wild, in Jamaica, re418—feq.
duction of and treaty with, 31, Monasteries, what they ori. Notes Number of annnually
ginally were in England, 581. imported thither, 37, Note. Monkery, its golden reign, 584. Nereis, destructive to ships,
Sanctity of, called in question, 340. How to prevent its milibid.
chievous qualities, ibid. MONOCHROMATA, the ancient Nile, festival of opening, how
way of painting. 168. In. celebrated, 354. Overflowing stanced in the practice of Zeux- of, not sufficient to fertilize is, ib. Examples of this kind
the earth without labour, 357. of painting, discovered at Her- Nitre, how p:oduced, 378. culaneum, ib. Still frequent: Noel, Miss, a learned young ly practised, ib. Instanced in
Lady, account of, 504509. the stair-case of the British NORDEN, Mr. not expert in Musæum, ib.
Arabic characters, 488. Did MONUMENTS, ancient in Egypt, not understand Greek, 489.
proper time for visiting, 257. NORTHUMBERLAND, kingdom Moon, parallaxes of, how com
of, converted to Chriftianity, puted, 385.
577 MORADI, an Arabian poet tak- Nuns, characterised, 582. en for a sorcerer, and drowned
O in the Nile, 356, Note. Obelisks, Egyprian, descriptie MORTALITY, Bills of, in Lon
on of several, 250~253 don, why defective, 365. None OFFicers, a proper choice of, kept among the Turks, 280.
necessary to the attainment of Motion, of the earth, illustrat- military success, 414 Ad.
vantage of now and then makMOUNTAINS, no hypothefis fuf. ing public examples of, 415. ficient to account for, 275. Operas, good ones may
proMOUNTAIN of the Chain, in E
duced in the English langugypt, whence so called, and
age, 153 tradition concerning, 491. Y y 2
ORONTES, the only river in Sy- Some account of that ingeniria, 140.
ous art, ibid. Orton, John, his hermitage PETRARCH, his high ideas of
and skeleton discovered, in the the magnificence of ancient wilds of Stanmore, 601. His
Rome, 615 kull kept by Mr. Buncle, for PHILOSOPHY, vain, St. Paul's Memento Mori, ibid.
caution against being seduced
by, explained, 81. Р
PHYSIC, its present state in the PAINTING, its origin, 112. Re- East, 281.
quifites necesary for excel. PILGRIMAGES to Rome, what ling in that art, 163–164. the consequences of, 582. Causes of its degeneracy ridi. Pisa, description of a whimsical culously assigned, 165.
diversion at, 462-465. PANTOMIMEs, whence derived, Pitt, Christopher, some poems 110,
of his, published without hiş PAPERS found in Herculaneum,
name, commended, 532. methad of unfolding, 361. PLAGIARISM, an indictment a. PAPISTS, more consistent than
gainst, 621. Evidence in supthe Hutchinsonians, 474. port of the indictment, 622 PARALLAX es of the Moon, an 627. easy method of computing, PLANETS, those of Jupiter and 385
Saturn, have stronger attracPARLIAMENTS, annual, long tive powers than the earth, ago contended for, 522.
237, 238. Parties, courting the admini. Plato and Aristotle bad guides
ftration, a union of, recom- in divinity, 80, 81. mended as a Panacæa for all PLAYS performed in England distempers of the state, 293, near fix hundred years ago, 73 • feq.
PLEONASM, abuse of that figure, PATRIARCHS, their laborious 130. Mr. Pope a greac eneway of living, 322.
my to it, ibid, PATTEN, Dr. his fermon severe- PLINY, see Monochromata.
ly censured, 79, feq. Confut- Mistaken with respect to the ed from his own writings, 470, entrance of the Nile into the seq. His doctrines tend to first pyramid, 262.
lead us back to Popery, 472. Poem, Heroi-Comic, unknown PEACE, at Aix la Chapelle' cen- to the antients, 63. By whom fured, 298 . .
introduced into Italy, France, Peat, method of preparing to and England, ib. Distinguish
make it useful in smelting, ed performances in this species 388. To what other good of poetry, 64. Epic, the first purposes it may be applied,
in France, 72. 389.
POLYGAMY does not contribute PELAGIANISM, how introduced to the increase of a people,
and suppressed in Britain, 572. 280. PERCEPTION, what, 44. POPE, of Rome, his temporal PEPSPECTIVE. that of Brook power, vast revenues, military Taylor praised, 164 – 287. forces, &c. 616-619. His
prerogative over angels, 616, PYRAMIDS in Egypt, smaller Note.
see Obelisk. Larger, where Pope, Mr. said to have planned situated, 253, seq. Abfurdly
an Epic poem, 71. Some rea- accounted for by the inhabisons for believing him unequal tants, 254 Description of, to the task of compleating it, 253–256. Superftition the ibid.
first cause of building, 259, PORCUPINE Man, an account Whether erected before the
use of pillars was known, 261, POWER Executive, what, and Note.
how far it extends, 219-224. PYRITÆ, alledged to give mePREROGATIVE, what, 225. dicated waters their falutary Price, a farmer, and his learn- qualities, 108. The same hyed wife, their hospitable enter- pothesis denied, ibid. tainment of Mr. John Buncle, 586-590.
Quick-Lime, experiments on, Priests enjoined to learn some 376. trade, 584.
QUINTILIAN, his method not PRINCIPIA, Newton's, difficul.
his only excellence, 59. ties in the study of, 246, PRINTING, by whom introduced
R into Constantinople, 281. Rea. READING, no improper amuse. sons why not permitted among ment for a soldier, 456. Of the Turks, 282.
Sermons, when and how inPROBLEM of Kepler, what, 386. troduced into the English
folved by Mr. Stewart, 387. church, 584, feq. PROGNOSTICS, a caution to phy. Reason, can come to no com
ficians not to be too hasty in position with Authority, in making. 398.
matters of religion, 115. Her PROLOGUE, Pope's to Cato, rights vindicated, 116. Its
preferable to any of Dryden's, ufe and importance in defend. 65.
ing Chriftianity, 78. ParticuPromisses, in what manner af. larly necessary for the support fected by Civil Law, 225.
of Protestantism, 79. RejecPROPERTY, its just influence in tion of, introductory of many society, 217, seq.
absurdities, 247, feq. Further PROPHECIES, (secondary ones)
considered, 475. defects in the Bishop of Lon- REMINISCENCE, what, 45. don's reasoning upon them, RESTITUTION of stolen goods,
how to be obtained in Eng. PRUSSIA, court of, its allega- land, 15, 16.
tions for invading Saxony, and REVELATION, how to judge of, breaking with the court of 80. The necessity of appeal. Vienna, 6294635.
ing to Reason to determine PRUSSIA, King of, his answer the merits of, 474, feq.
to the imperial thunder, 638 REVIEWERS, Monthly, stiled In64!.
fidels and Scorpians, by an anPunch, various prescriptions for gry Hutchinsonian, 516. making, 625, feq.
Richman, Profeffor, an ac
count of the death of, 277– SCOTLAND, number of inhabi279
tants in, 378. If duly cultiRight of Defence, how limit- vated capable of maintaining
a fourth more people than it Rops, pointed, their use in pre- now maintains, ibid.
venting the firoke of Light- SCRIPTURE, sacred, advantages ning, 380.
of studying, 500. Highly preROMAN Senate, as well as their ferable to the philosophy and
Generals, instrumental to the morality of Greece and Rome, loss of the battle of Cannæ, ibid. 666-668.
Sea, the air of, more salutary ROMANS, fatal remisness and to some conftitutions than that
misconduct in opposing the on shore, 204. progress of Annibal, 667– SeAMen, a scheme for a more 669.
ready raising of, 309. Rome, Church of, governed by Seasons, what occasions their
Harlots, 583. Čity of, its variety, 478. present state, extent, number Sea-WATER, contents of, 205.
of inhabitants, &c. 608--620. Security of Civil Governors, Rota, at Rome, its functions, wherein placed, 229, feq. 618.
SEPULCHR AL Caves, or GrotRowe, Nicholas, observations tos in Egypt, some account
on his writings, 70, seq. of, 256. Rundle, Dr. vindicated from SHARP, Dr. (Archdeacon of Dr. Patten's aspersion, 249.
Northumberland) grossly aRUPTURES, fallacy of empirical bused by an Hutchinsonian,
pretences to the cure of, 512. 516. Persons afflicted with, apt to Sheep, account of a remarkbe credulous, 512. S
Ship-WORM, see Nereis. SAILING, a medicine among the SIENNA, strange executions at,
ancient physicians, 204. Re- description of, 459--461, vival of, recommended, ibid. Sight, not absolutely necessary
Instances of its utility, ibid. in acquiring mathematical SAINT, a Turkish, metamor- learning, 245.
phosed to a serpent, 487. SOLDIERS, the use reading might Wonderful effects ascribed to, be of, to them, 406. ibid.
SOLITUDE, a song, by Mr.BunSALVIATI, form of his initiati.
on to the Cardinalship, 618, SPEAKING by action, what, 108. seq.
SPIRIT, igneous, produced from SAPPHO, remarks on her writ. volatile alcaline falts and ings, 73, seg.
quick-lime, what, 379. SASAUGE-MAKER, refuses to be SPIRITUOUS Liquors, useful
candidate for Prime-Minister, premonitions against the use 668.
of, 395, seq. SCIENCE, moral and political, SPRING, absurdity of a British
wherein fuperior to natural, Poet's celebrating that season 565.
able one, 373:
of the year in our cold cli
T mate, 201.
TAYLOR, Brook, account of his SQUARE, military, ought to Treatise on Perspective, 287. be abolished, 405
TERAPHIM, its derivation, 516. STANMORE, in Westmoreland, TertulLIAN, doctrines of,
its romantic wildness describ- frought with enthusiasm, 81. ed, 585---590, feq.
TESTAMENT, what the essential STATE (future) the belief of it part of it is, according to the not a popular doctrine
among law and practice of England, the ancient Jews, 117-122. 13 Strabo, his account of the THERMOMETER, one so adjustTumuli Merculiales contro
ed as to determine pretty preverted, 259.
cisely how much one climate STRANGERS, inquisitive, taken differs from another in heat,
by the Turks for Magicians, 478-482. 491,
THIGH, complete luxation of, SUBTANGENT, how found by method of reducing, 393-395.
common Algebra, 603. By TOXICODENDRON, juices of, Fluxions, ibid.
imparts an excellent black SUCCESSION to estates, real or dye 368. Not a new disco
personal, how limited and de-
guments against, properly deSULLY, Duke of how his Me- ducible from reason, 78, feq:
moirs were collected, 97. Re- TRAVELLERS through Egypt, gulates the finances, and the necessary cautions to,
353. necessity of so doing, 104. Young, proper qualifications His portrait of a good Mini
Through France, fter of State, 104-106. Ar
directions for, 455. rives in England, and is well Travelling, the use and abuse received by Queen Elizabeth, of, confidered, 451–453. 210, seq. Sent Ambassador TREASURE-TROVE, what, and to King James I. 214.
the laws respecting it in differSun's Motion between the Tro- ent countries, 12. pics, described, 480.
TRINITY, Athanafian doctrine SUPERSTITION. pernicious to of, the primary fundamental arts and sciences, 59, seq.
article of Christianity, 430. Swallows, or openings in the Turks, in what their learning
earth, conjecture relating to, confifts, 231. 597, 598.
TYRANNY, destructive of arts SYMPSON, Thomas, his account and sciences, 59, seq.
of the advantages resulting from taking the mean in a VAPOURS, cause of their af. number of astronomical ob- cent, according to Des Cartes, fervations, 279.
363. According to DelaguSYNOD, the first National one, liers, ibid. According to Mr.
of the English Church, 579. Eeles, 364. How electrified, SYRIA, but one river in, 140. 565. How proved to be elecNo metals in, 142.