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Glasses sermon before the Mai J Ar's Letter to the Universities,
234 HENRY's Hift. of Great Britain
Fell's Poem on the Times, 484 Vol. II.
Hero and Leander from the Greek
FLAGELLATION for an Apothe- of Muixus,
72. Heroic Poffeript,
FORDYCE on Fevers, 42 Hill's Vegetable System, Vol.
FORTUNE TELLER, a Novel, 326 XXIII.
FRAGMENT of a Letter to an or- HISTORY of a Gentleman cured
of Heats in his face, 72
FRANKLIN's Sermon for the Benefit
of Lord Stanton, 173, 327
of small Debtors,
415 Horne's Essays on Iron and Steel,
FRIEND ; or, Edays, &c.
of Humanity, 152
Letter to Sir Fletcher Nor-
FRIENDLY Phycician, 403
Hotham on the East India Coin-
GAMBOLD'S Martyrdom of fg- pany,
natius, a Tragedy, 485 Hughes's Epiltle to Junius, 150
GAMESTERS, a Poem, 314 Hull's Henry the Second,
GIORGETTi's Translation of Gay's
415 JEBB's Continuation of his Narra-
GOLDSMITH's Retaliation, a Poem, JePFERSON's Poems,
313 JENNER'S Louisa, a Tale,
Poem on his Death, Indies, Eait, Pamphlets relating
406. See Hawes. I
Gooch's Appendix to his Med. INFANTS. See TREATISE.
and Chirur. Obr.
4°3 INFLEXIBLE Captive, a Tragedy,
498 INQUIRY into the Titles conferred
GREGOR Y's Letter to his Daugh- at Portimouth,
JOHNSON's Miscellan. Pieces, 147
on Jones's lo Triads,
Graham's Sermon, 329 JOURNAL of Capt. Phipps's Voy-
HAMILTON's Italian School for age towards the North Pole, 157
241 JOURNEY to London,
Lectures in Natural Ivery's Hertfordfhire Melody, 77
499 JULIA, a poetical Romance, 232
HANBURY'S Body of Gardening, JULIET Grenville,
I JUSTICE and Utility of Penal Laws
'HARRINGTON's Science improved, for the Direction of Conscience,
Ha RwOOD's Transl. of Abauzit, 375 JUVENALIAD, a Satire, 232
Edit. of Catullus, &c.
483 KAUE's Sketches of the Hift,
Hawes's Account of Goldsmith's of Man,
404 KENNEDY's Discussion of impor-
tants Points in Chronology, 496
HENDERSOx's Letter to the Silhop KENRICK's Introduction to the
School of Shakespeare,
HENRY and Emma,
KINKCOUGH. See Butter. Maxims for playing the Game of
KINSMAN of Mahomet, 71
Medico Mastix, a Poem, 314
Cloche de L'Ame, a Satire, Melmoth's Poem on Goldsmith's
LAURAGAIS's Memorial, 158 MEMOIRS, of a Gentleman in in-
LAYARD's Poem on Charity, 70 dia,
LELAND's Hift. of Ireland, con- Mirror for Inoculators,
48 MISCELLANEOUS and Fugitive
LETTER to the Reviewers concern. Pieces, by Johnson, &c. 147
ing the Altercation between Dr. Modern Parish Officer, 226
Fothergill and Dr. Leeds, 78 MORDECAI's Apology for embra-
from a Father to his Daugh- cing Christianity, Letters II, IIl.
221 and IV.
to the Bp. of Landaff, 235 More's Search after Happiness,155
to a Layman, 237 Inflexible Captive, 243
to Gov. Pownal, 322 Morel's Eschylus's Promotheus
to Dr. Hawkesworth, 411 Captivus,
to Dr. Tucker, on America, Muse in a Fright,
413 MORRISON on the Advantages of
to Lord North,
489 an Alliance with the Mogul, 492
LETTERS of Gov. Hutchinson, &c.
157 NAUTICAL Almanac for 1775,69
by John Hughes, &c. Newton's Appendix, 331
224 NEWS PAPER Wedding, 327
to Men of Reason, 411 Note of Hand; or, Trip to New-
LIBERTY of the Press confidered, market,
492 Notes on Bromfield's Chirur. Obf.
LINDSEY's Apology, 56, 100
Farewell Address to his NUCENT. See CHERIER.
159 NUPTIAL Elegies,
Book of Com.Prayer, 500
LITERARY Liberty considered, 413 OBservations on the Power of
Loose Hints on Nonconformity, Climate over the Policy, &c,
Love, Friendthip, and Charity, a
- on the Discourses at
483 the Royal Academy, 297
Ode to Lord Northampton, 155
ACGOWAN's Socinianism Old Heads on young Shoulders,
brought to the Teft, 76
Mackenzie's Maritime Survey- Oliver's Scourge to Calumny, 237
500 OPINIONS concerning the Univer-
MACLURG's Exp. on the Bile, 401 sity of Oxford,
Man of Bafinels, a Comedy, 205 ORIGINAL Poems and Translations
MARRIAGÉ. See REFLECTIONS, by a Lady,
MARSHALL.'s Arithmetic, 322 Orphan Swains, a Novel, 327
MAU Duit's View of the Hist, of ORTON's Christian Zeal,
Massachusett's Bay, 486 OTAHEITE, a Poem,
Letters, See Letters.
MAW HOOD's Appeal to the Pub- PAĻladius and Irene, 74
PARKINSON's Journal of a Voy-
Letter to the Solicitor age to the South Seas in the En-
PARRY's Attempt to demonstrate Rutty's Natural History of the
6 County of Dublin,
PASTORAL Ballad, in 4 Parts, 484
PATRON, a Satire, 312 SAUnders on Antimony, 73
PEACE, a Poem,
484 SCHOOL for Wives, a Com, 34
PERJURY, a Satire,
for Husbands, a Novel, 327
PEYTON's French Tutor 218 Scott's Two Sermons, 76
Transactions, Lyric Poems, 203
28, 280 SEAMAN's useful Friend,
Vol. LXII. Part 1, 351, 473 Seasons, a Poem,
Phipps, Caps. his Journal, 157 Sxrious Confideration on some
Plan to reconcile Great Britain remarkable Passages in Brom-
and her Colonies, 485
Poems by Fenton, 408 SERMONS, ungle, 160, 239, 333,
by Jerningham, ib.
by Anonymous, 484 SETHONA, a Tragedy,
POLITE Preceptor, 221 SHARP on Duelling,
233 SMETHAM's English Gram. 323
POLITICAL Disquisitions, 109 South Briton, a Comedy, 326
Practical Discourses on Bap- South's Case of Duelling, 3'30
158 STEWART's Two English Gentle
PRIESTLEY on giving the Lord's men, a Comedy,
Supper to Children, 503 St. Thomas's Mount, a Poem, 317
Price's additional Preface to his STANGER's Guide to Bath, 69
494 ŞUBSTANGE of the Evidence, &c.
PRINCIPLES of Trade,
and Glover's Speech,
PROCEEDINGS on the Title of SWINDÉN's Hift. of Yarmouth, 68.
PROGRESS of Gallantry, 314 TOulmin's Two Letters on the
Diflenters' Application to Par-
Rational Self-Love, 218 liament,
Christian's Alliftant, TREATise on the Diseases of in-
RAWLIN's Serm. op Ch. Music, 78 TREITORREN's Di&tionary of 'Fs.
REFLECTIONS on the Errors com- Idioms,
mitted, in both Sexes, before and TRINITY, Display of,
on the Law of Arrests, True Nature of Religion, &c.414
504 Tucker, Dean, his Tracts, 127
REPORT of the Lords Committees, on relig. lotolerance, 502
&c, on Massachusett's Bay, 492
on the Difficulties attend.
RICCALTOUN's Works, 503 ing the Trinitarian, Arian, and
Right of the British Legilature to TUCKER, Mr. his Bermudian, a
tax the Americans, 270
ROGERS's Choice, a Poem, 314 'Twas Right to Marry him, 233
Roman Hist, in a Series of Letters, Two Chapters of the last Book of
ROWLEY on the Eyes, 73
327 VAN SWIETEN on Inoculation,
RUDDIMAN's Introdu&t, to Ander.
son's Diplomata Scotiæ, 312 Venn's Mistakes in Religion ex-
VILTR K's Portuguefe and English Wiel.AND's Hill. of Agathon tran-
UNIVERSAL. Dictionary, 153 Wilson's Observations on Light-
WADDINGTON on the Longi. Wilton's Review of the Church
484' WINTER Medley,
Walker's Plan of a Pronouncing WOLLASTON's Queries relating to
the Common Prayer, 414
WARNER on the Eye, 47 Wright's Gracious Warning, 232
WARTOR's Hift. of English Poetry, Wynn's Seasons,
x 289, 418
WHATE Y and Temple. See Young Surgeon's Di&ionary,
CONTENTS of the FOREIGN ARTICLES,
in the APPENDIX to this Volume ; and in the Re-
view for FEBRUARY.
DVICE to Country People.
See HISTORY of the Royal Academy of
Sciences at Paris for 1770, 514
APOLLONLU S. See CASPAR.
General. See MILLOT.
BATTEAUX's Elements of Literature ISTORIA d'Inghilterra. See MARTI.
abridged (Rev. Feb.)
EARTHOUD's Treatise on Sea Ciocks, 557
LETTER from Pekin, on the Chinese
534 Language and Writings,
Caspar's Edit. of Apollonius's Lexicon LETTERA dell' Avocato Fruftabirbe, &c.
Homericum fRev, Feb.)
CZYMENT's Fourth Letter to Voltaire, L'EVANGILE du Jour. See VOLTAIRE,
Marine Clocks. See BERTHOUD,
D'EON's Literary Amusements, $23 MARTINELLI'S Hift. of England, 583
De Luc on the Atmosphere, concluded, Mes Voyages. See CARKA.
567 MILOT's Elements of General Hiftory.
DETAIL of the Success of the Enablinha Part II.
ment at Paris in favour of drowned Monde Primirif, Sec DE GIBELIN,
Perfons (Rev. Feb.)
DIDELOT'S Advice to the People (Rev. TARDI Ages of French Literature, 579
Dumas on Suicide ( Rev. Feb.) 150 VOLTAIRI's Fragments relating to In-
DUTINs' Explanations of Greek and Phe. dia, &c.
Gospel of the Day, Vol. X.
LL EMINS d'Hiftoire. See MILLOT.
Clement's Fourth Letter
FRENCH Lady's Tour to London, 584 to,
TALESD of Humanity / Rev. Feb.) 152 Voyage d'une Françoise à Londres, 584
UNIVERSAL Diát. Mcdicud, &c. Rea.
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