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p. 97.


Several Letters, never before publisid, of George

Buchanan, and some eminent Persons of his Age.

p. 103

A New Edition of Vibius Sequester.

An Account of a Book containing the opposite Cha-

racters of Men of different degrees and condi-


p. 107.

Dr. Du Pin's Supplement to his Bibliotheque of Ec-

clefiaftical Writers.

p. 111.

The History of the Highways of the Roman Empire.

By Nicolas Bergier.

p. 112.

The History of the Emperors, &c. By Mr. de Tille-

mint. The Fifth Volume

P. 119-

An Account of St. Gregory Nazianzen's Apologetick


A Description of Testaceous Fishes, Snails, "Shells,

and Minerals, lodged in the Cabinet of Dr. Run-


p. 123,

Dissertations upon Genesis.

p. 125.

A Third Letter concerning Servetus's Trial. P. 127.

observationes Secræ. By Mr. Deylingius.

A further Account of the new Project to learn He-

brew, and other Oriental Languages without Points.

p. 141.

A Discourse concerning the different Sorts of Rain.

p. 151.

An Account of a Book, written by the Abbot de la

Paluelle, wherein he decides several Cases concern-

ing Lords and Vaffals, Patrons and Curates.

p. 152.

A New Edition of St. John Damascen. By Father


p. 154-

A further Account of Mr. Deylingius's Observationes


P. 163-

De renunciatione vulnerum, feu vulnerum lethaliune

examen, &c. By Dr. Bobnius.

p. 164.

A New Edition of Horace. By Dr. Bentley. P. 158:

A Latin Translation of Mr. Stanley's History of Phila-


p. 185.

A Fourth Letter concerning Servetus's Trial. P. 187.


gainst the Project (abovementioned) of a new Gran-

mar to learn Hebrep and other Oriental Lan-


griages without Points. By Dr. Masclef, Canon of


p. 34.

A Seventh Letter concerning Servetus's Trial. P. 319.

An Addition to the foregoing Letters concerning Ser.

vetus, being an Account of his Notes upon a Bi-

ble Printed at Lyons in 1542.

p. 329.

Observations concerning those Sparks, that come out

of the Sea upon the Run of a Ship. p. 341.

Observations Mathematical, Bc. made in the East-

Indies and China from the Year 1684. to the Year

1708. By Father Nocl.

p. 343.

The Manners and Customs of the French in the dif.

ferent Times of the Monarchy. By M. Le Gendre,

Canon of Paris.

P. 352.

Advertisement concerning the New Edition of St.

Fohn Damafcen.

p. 355.

An Account of the Impostures of a Boy, at Bulfon

in Staffordshire, who pretended to be possessed by

the Devil.

p. 357.

A Discourse concerning Sorcery and Witchcraft, ta-

ken from the Trials of many Sorcerers and Witches

condemn'd to Death in the District of St. Claude

in Franche Comte.

Observations concerning the Obliquity of the Eclip-


p. 372.

The moving Sphere according to the System of Ce-

pernicus, made by Mr. Pigeon.

p. 375.

A Commentary upon the three first Books of Kings.

By Father Calmet.

p. 375.

A further Account of the Differtation prefix'd to the

New Translation of Anacreon into French Verse.

P: 377.

A Compendium of Divinity. By Dr. Fogg, Dean

of Chester.

p. 384.

A remarkable Passage of Mr. Leibnitz concerning

the Trials of Witches.

p. 387.

Observations upon the New Testament. By Mr. Hom,


p. 389.

A New Edition of the Pervigilium Veneris, and of Au-
sonius's Cupid crucified.

P. 392,

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