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inereak of mannfactures, commerce, Law, history of the English, 88-RO-
&c. prepoled,
286 mau, view of,

103
Iud'.1, aliaiysis of the political history Larrie's history of the wars in Scot-
361 land,

400 Infid-1"se and scepticism, the fallof, 2:6 Lawyers panic, the,

393 12. zurry how to prevent the small pox, Lectiones Telecta,

80 215-into the effects of putting a Lecture on heads,

318 itop to the African flave-trade, 440 Letter to the apb. of Canterbury, 136 Injiruction for the king at arms,

78

-To the rev. T. W'arton, 159
Inftrucior, the medical family, 236 To Theophilus Lindsay, 175-.To a
Injujiciency of subalterns pay, &c. female friend, by the first female
cay to prove,

79

aerial traveller, 320—To a propriIntellectual powers of man, essay on etor of the navigation from the the,

241 Trent to the Mersey, 398–From
Invocution to nielancholy,

66
Omai to the earl of ***,

400
Ireland, address to the king and people Letters (cieven additional) from Ruf

of, 76--Sketch of the debates in the fia, 8o-On the elements of botany,
houte of commons of, 306–Let- 109--Concerning the trade, &c. of
ters concerning che trade and ma- Ireland, 308- Between an illuftri.
nufactures of,

308 ous personage and a lady of hoIrib refolutions, Mr. Fox's speech on nour, 399-Of literature,

405 the, 78-System, reply on report. Life of Cervantes, 94 - Of George ing the fourth propofition of the, Anne Bellamy, vol. VI. 239-Of ibid. - Protest to the ministerial Dr. Watts, 396-Of pope Clement manifesto,

XIV. Isaiah versified,

61 Lindsay (Theoph.) letter to, 175 Ivar, a tragedy,

72 Literary society, poems by a, 315 Faundice, essay on the, 467 London unmasked,

399 Jenkinson's (right hon. Charles) col- Love, the force of, 318-In a cottage, lection of treaties of peace, &c. be

395
tween Great Britain and other Pow. Lovibond's poems,

230
ers,
390 Lousad, the,

315 Fify, or the forced vow, 315 Low's chiropodologia,

159
Folinfon (Dr.), verses on the death of, Low contagious fever, observations

(9) ---Laurel, or contcít of the poets, on the,
!46 - Prayers and meditations, 310 Lucubrations by a lady,

160
-Life oi Dr. Watts,

396 Lunardi's account of his second aerial Jones's fermon on the nature and æcu- voyage,

319 nomy of beasts, &c.

311 Lyric odes (mure) for the royal acadeJournal of a tour to the Hebrides, 337 micians, 149--For the year 1785, - Remarks on, 473

150 Fourney from Birmingham to Lon

M. rion,

477 Macey's elegy on Wm. Shepherd, efq. Fury, vwdence of the court of Scotland,

71 options on,

77

Machines (aeroftatic), treatise on, 319 Frfice (exc. ootive), letter to the au- Mac Intok's collection of Gaelic pro

160 verbs, Juvenal, tranilain vys of the fatires of, Mac Packe's Olsesdra,

474
401 Maid of Orleans, the,

Maitlund (Geo.) esq. adventures of,
K.
Kensington-gardens,
143

394 King and people of Ireland, au

"dress to Man, essays on the intellectual powers

76 of, the,

240 on Manual of materia medica,

267 Manufa&tures, commerce, &c. the inaordinary conduct of the,

Fease of, Kntgen

393.

, a novel,
1. Luri. or obsequies of an unfaithful
470
195

wife, proposals for establish-
308 11, ırine-school,

478 il ag a,

of Rousseau's let.

223

oblery

"hts on, inor of though

398

210

lives of the ten stars, remarks o.

286

the ca

318

Lady's tale, the,
Lardscapes in verse,
langrijke s (fir Hercules) speecs,
Lansdown hill, ode to,
Lailam s general fynopsis of birds, Ma reyn's translatio.
yol. III.

of bocany, 109

256 is on the elements

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67

238

66

318

122, 126

N----'s (the rev. Wm.) epistle to Mr. prisoners, &c. the cause of fre.
Pitt,

quent thefts and violences,

390
Materia medica, manual of, 267 New anyual register fur 1784, 372.
Maser's universal stenography, 478

London {py, 399. – Annals of
May morning free-will offering,
72 gallantry,

479
Mazzinghy's guide through London, New-Hampfhire, history of,
Westminster, &c.
476 New-year's counfei,

156
Medical family instructor, 236. Newcome's (hp.) attempt towards an

Sketches, 329.-Transactions, vol. improved version, &c. of the mi-
III. 428.--Commentary on fixed nor prophets,

113
air, 2d edit.
466 Nolegay, the

72
Medicine (the practice of) made eafy, Nofologia methodica oculorum, 465
157 Nutkelis,

474
Melanholy, invocation to,

0.
Mdville (fir Henry), memoirs of, 234 O'Brien's letters concerning the trade,
Memoirs of fir Simon Supple, 68. &c. of Ireland, 308.-Reply to, 389

Sentimental, 232.0f fir Henry Obsequies of Demetrius Poliorcetes, 230,
Melville and miss Julia Eastbrook, Of an unfaithful wife,
234.–And adventures of a flea, Observations on the jurisprudence of
318..Of George Anne Bellamy, the court of session, in Scotland,

397

77.-On the inportance of the A-
Mend's elegy on the death of Wm. merican revolution, 119.-On cof
Shepherd, esq.

71 fee, 156, 157.-On the typhus, 223.
Meffina, a poem,

316

- On the militia, 309.-On anti-
Middleton's rest for the weary,

356
monial preparations,

464
Militia, observations on the 309 Ode to Lansdown-hill, 315.-On the
Milk-woman of Bristol's poems, 148

peace of 1783,

469
Minister, the, admonished, 389 Odes (more) for the royal academici.
Mirabrau's considérations sur l'ordre

ans, 149.--Lyric, for the year
de Cincinnatus,

1785, 150.Probationary for the
Miscellaneous pieces, 320.-Thoughts, laureatship,

456
399 Ordinie; or nutshells,

474
Meritor, the female,
320 Omai's letter to the earl of ***,

400
Monody to the memory of admiral Omen, the

234
Hyde Parker,

316 Oracle concerning Babylon, . 314
Moon (on the influence of the) in te- Oratory, the power of

392
vers,

287 Oriental chronicle of the times, 309
Morel' historical essays, 37.-Fables, Original papers,

76
229 Orleans, the maid of,
More, lyric odes for the royal acade- Ornamental gardening,
micians,
149 Orthoepy, elements of,

136
Mertimer (the hon. Edw.) history of, Owen's translation of the satires of
316 Juvenal,

401
Moseley's (Dr.) obfervations on coffee,

P.
.156, 157 Paley's principles of moral and polio
Munchausen's (baron) narrative of his tical philosophy,

travels, &c. in Ruflia, 479 Pantheon, the tears of the, 315
Muse of Bricain,
316 Papers original,

76
Mynors's history of the practice of Pabbiad, the,

143
trepanning the kull,

158 Parker (admiral Hyde), monody to
Mystery, tbc, hid from all ages and the memory of,

318
generations, made manifest by the Pefts of the day,

315
gospel revelation,

133 Petrarch, essay on the life and charac-
N.
ter of,

59
Nares's elements of orthoepy, 136 Pew's (Dr.) medical sketches, 329
Narrative of facts supposed to throw Philanthropist, Francis the,

lights on the history of the Bristol Philosophical rhapsodies, 1.-Transac-
itranger,
320 tions,

16
Nature, heraldry of, 78. And eco- Philofophy (moral and political), prin-
nomy of beafts, &c. confiderations

ciples of,

29, 202
on the, 311.-Reflections on the Pbitbifis pulmonalis, essay on the nae
study of,
397 ture and cure of the

234
Neglect of the effectual separation of Pi&turesque poetry,

145
Piercy's

210
22

29, 202

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395

316

238

236

Piercy's death improved,

70

R.
Pilgrim's poetical trifles,

68 Ramsay's essays on the treatment of
Pillon's additions to the lecture on American slaves, answer to, 436.--
heads,

Cursory remarks on, &c. 437
Pincufion, adventures of a,

79

reply to personal invectives
Pinlar's lyric odes, for 1785, 150 in two answers, &c. 489.-Inquiry
Pious incendiaries, the

147

into the effects of putting a stop to
Pitt (Mr.), Mr. M-n's epistle to, 67. the African llave trade, 440
--Ld. Ashburton's epistle to, ibid. Rational amusements

143
- Mr. Fox's reply to, 78.-Twenty Reeves's history of the Englifh law, 88
resolutions, review of, 74.-Mo- Reflections (defultory) on police, 310.
tion for bringing in a bill to amend -On the study of nature,

397
the representation in parliament, Register, the new annual for 1784, 372
debata on,

78 Reid's (Dr.) essay on the nature and
Pittiad, the

230 cure of the phthisis pulmonalis, 234
Plantagenet, a poem,

392 (Dr.) essay on the intellectual
Planting and ornamental gardening, 22 powers of man,

241
Platonis Euthydemus & Gorgias, 45 Relation of the effects of an extraor-
Poem on the death of Dr. Gibbons, dinary ftyptic,

70.- On the death of Wm. Shep- Relban's flora Cantabrigienfis, 331
herd,

71 Remarkable effects of fixed air in mor-
Pocms by the Bristol Milkwoman, 148. tifications of the extremities,

-By Mr. Lovibond, 230.-By Mr. Remarks on a disease lately described by
Booker, 3143-By a literary society, Dr. Hendy, 261.--On the extraor-

315 dinary conduet of the knight of the
Poetical trifles,

68 ten stars,398.-OnRamsay's essay on
Police, reflections on the, 310 the treatment of African flaves, 437
Political plalm for, 1785, 58.--En- Ridpath's translation of Boethius's con-
quiry into the consequences of in- solation of philosophy,

453
closing waste lands,

152 Reply to Mr. Pitt on reporting the
Poole's treatise on strong beer, 320 fourth proposition of the Irish fyf-.
Potter's favourites of felicity, 233 tem, 78,- To fir Lucius O'Brien,
Ponzaire's treatise on the waters of bart.

389
Balaruc,

265 Repentance, discourse upon 391
Power of gold displayed, 228.--Of Report of the Cricklade cafe,

390
oratory, 392.-of friendship, 468 Resolutions (Irish), speech on the, 78
Practical benevolence,
79 Rest for the weary,

156
Practice of medicine made easy, 157 Reflitution of all things,

390
Prait's landscapes in verse, 195 Retrospective view of the increating
Prayers and meditations,

number of the standing army of
Priie'a (Dr.) observations on the in- Great Britain,

389
portance of the Americana revolu- Retroversion of the uterus, essay on
tion,
119 the,

157
Princeljes (fix) of Babylon, adventures Review (candid) of Mr. Pitt's twenty
of,

resolutions, 74.--Of Risdon's sur-
Principles of moral and political phi- vey of Devon,

193
lofophy,

29 Reviewers (the) corrected, 79
Probutionary Odes for the laureathip, Rhapsodies, philosophical,
456 Rigby's essay on animal heat,

97
Progress of romance,

54 Robertson's enquiry into the fine arts,
Prophets (minor), attempt towards
an improved version of the, 113 Robinson's Jessy,

315
Proposals for eftablishing, at sea, a ma- Rolliad, Part 1. criticisms on the, 458
rine school,

478 Rollo's remarks on the disease lately.
Protef, the Irish,

308
described by Dr. Hendy,

261
Psalm, a political,
78 Roman law, view of,

103
Pucelle (la), from the French of Vol. Romance, the progress of

54
taire,

210 Rousseau's letters on the elements of
Pugh’s (Dr.) translation of Pouzaire's. botany,

109
treaties on the waters of Balaruc, Routh's Platonis Euthydemus & Gore

265
gias,

45

Royal Academicians, more lyric odes
Quaker (the), a novel,
395 to, 149.-Tears, 392.-Dream, ib,

Ruspini's

310

221

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256

Rufpini's relation of the effects of an Stockholders, address to the,

extraordinaey ftyptic, 238 Stone's essay on agriculture, 383
Rusia, eleven letters from, 80 Stone coffin, the,

67
S.

Strahan's edition of Dr. Johnson's
Sackville (late ld, visc.), character of prayers and meditations,

310
470 Strolliad, the,

314
Sage's (Mrs) letter to a female friend, Strong beer, treatise on,

320
320 Study of nature, reflections on the
Satires of Juvenal,
401

397
Savage (major), case of, 479 Subaltern, the disbanded, ad. edit. 142
Sauvages's nofologia methodica oculo- Suicide, a dissertation on, 312
rum,

465 Sulivan's philosophical rhapsodies, I
Scepticism and infidelity, the fall of, Analysis of the political history of

230 India, 361–Tour through parts of
Schomberg's view of Roman law, 103 England, Scotland, and Wales, 368
School, the village,

240 Supple (fir Simeon), memoirs of, 68
Scotland, history of the wars in, 400 Swinburne's travels into the Two Sici.
Scott's (John) critical essays on some lies, vol. II.

81, 167, 270
of the poems of several English Swindler, the,

314
poets,

345 Synopsis of birds, vol. III.
(Tho.) discourse on repentance,

T.
391 Task, the, a poem,

250
(major), heroical epistle to, 397 Taxation, thoughts on,

15%
Sentimental menioirs,
232 Tea-purchasers guide,

80
Sermon, bp. of Bristol's before the Tears of the Pantheoil, 315-Royal,
Jords, Jan. 31st, 156-On the nature

392
and economy of beasts and cattle, Teasdale's picturesque poetry, 145
311 Telemachus, the adventures of,

147
Shepherd (Wm.), esq. elegy on the Tenth chapter of the acts of the chane
death of, 71-Elegiac poem on,

cellor of the Exchequer, 389

ibid. Theory of the production of animal
Sicilies, travels into the Two, vol. II. heat,

97
81, 167, 270 Thomas's frolics of fancy, 314
Six princesses of Babylon, adventures Thoughts on Taxation, 152-On exe-
of,

cutive justice, letter to the author
Sketch of a tour in Derbyshire, &c. of, 160-Miscellaneous, 399

2d edit. 92-Of the debate in the Times, oriental chronicle of the, 309.
house of commons of Ireland, 306 --Degeneracy of the,

397
Of the life of pope Clement XIV. Toulmin's dissertations on the internal

397
evidences of christianity,

378
Sketches, medical,

329 Tour into Derbyshire, &c. sketch of a,
Skull, history of the practice of tre- 92–To the Hebrides, journal of a,
panning the,

158 337. Remarks on, 473-Through
Small-pox, inquiry how to prevent the, parts of England, Scotland, and

215
Wales,

368
Society for the encouragement of arts, Town spy, the new,

399
&c. transactions of the, 218 Transactions, philofophical, vol.
Some observations on the militia, 309 LXXIV. part ii. 16--Of the socie-
Sonnets and elegies,

69

ty for the encouragement of arts,
Southern's treatise on aerostatic ma- &c. vol. III. 218-Medical, vol.
chines,

319
III.

428
Sparrman’s (Dr.) voyage to the Cape Travels into the Two Sicilies, 81, 167,
of Good Hope,
321, 413

270
Speech on the Irish resolutions, 78— Travis's letters to Edw. Gibbon, efq.
Of fir Hercules Langrishe, 308-

161
Mr. Burke's

ibid. Treatise on planting and ornamental
Spelling book, a new French, 399 gardening, 22-On the waters of
Spilfoury's power of gold displayed, Balaruc, 265-On aerostatic ma-

228 chines, 319-On strong beer,
Standing army, retrospective view of Trepanning the skull, history of the
the increasing number of the, 389

practice of,
Stenograpby, universal,
478 Trifles, poetical,

68
Stevens s lecture on heads, 318 Typbus, observations on the,

223

221

320

158

payment of,

U.

396

Tythes, address in relation to the Warton (rev. Mr. T.) letter to, 159

320 Waffe lands, enquiry into the coure-
quence of inclosing,

152
Universal stenography,

478 Waters of Balaruc, treatise on the, 265
epox's (Mrs.) poenis,

320 Watts (Dr.) life of,
Urim and thummim, a poem, 315 Wedgwood's letter to a proprietor of
V.

the navigation from the Trent to
Verses on the death of Dr. Johnson,

the Mersey,

393
69 Wejiminfer election, history of the,
View of Roman law, 103-Of the 310--Hall in an uproar, 393

arts and sciences, 263--Of the in- Whitchurch's monody to the memory
creafing number of the standing of admiral Hyde Parker,

216
army,
389 Whitmore's royal tears,

392
Vigar's (Mrs.) eleven additional lets Wigs, war of the,
ters from Russia,

80 Williamson's elements of Euclid, 52
Village school, the,

240 Withering's (Dr.) account of the fox-
Yoldaire's la pucelle,

giove,

248
Vow, the forced,
315 Woman of quality,

470
Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, 321, Woodfall's sketch of the debates in the

413

house of commous of Ireland, 306
W.

Wyvill's fummary explanation of the
-Wallbeck's life of Cervantes, 94 principles of Mr. Pitt's intended

Walwyn's love in a cottage, 395 bill for an ending the representation
War of the wigs,
67 in parlianient,

132
Warbeck, a pathetic tale, 395

Y.
*Wars in Scotland, history of the, 400 Yearfisy's puenas,

67

210

148

INDEX to the FOREIGN ARTICLES.

AMI de l'adolescence, par M. Ber- Meff. les medicines commissaires, 303
quin

300 'Memoires & obfervations du chymie,
Analyse raisonné des rapports des com- par M. Fourcroy,

385
miflares chargé de l'examen du Mion bonnet du nuit, par M. Mer-
magnetisme animal, par J. B. Bon- cier,

460
nefoy,

304 Report des cures opérés a Bayonne par
Considérations sur la magnetisme ani- le magnetisme animal, par M. de

mal, par M. Bergasse, 463 le compte Maxime de Puyfeger,
Doutes d'un provincial proposés a

403

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