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in the Baltic
Capture of Fifhermt u en the Coast of France, by the English, Jan. Feb. and
, between the French Refutlic and the
Empire, Feb. 21
Diet of Ratiston, Aug. 24
tbe Bijnopric of Munfter, Sept. 25
Couclufum of the Diet of Ratislon, 01. 3
Bavaria, rig. 24
Depariure oj bis Cerere Bighrel jroniterien Court, Dir. 13 330
the Name of his liniile din Efraria, ting. 4
Prodamation publihed at Leghorn, Sept. 1
Canton, for the Information of the Merchunts appointed to trade with Fo.
A Tribute to the Memory of Gilbert Wakefield, by Dr. Aikin
Hiftory of that Ifand
Charader of the Irish; from Cooper's Letters on that Nation : 40%
Account of the Discovery of Silver, in Herland Copper Min, by the Ro.
Job Hickewalder ; from ibe American Philofopbical Transactions 441
Joseph Banks: from the Communications to the Board of Agriculture 459
from the Transactions of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manu-
the Combustion of Fuel, by Count Rumford; from tbe Journals of the Royal
Defeription of Richborough-Cafle; from Pennant's Journey to the Ifle by
Account of an Entertainment given by the Society of Lincoln's Inn to Charles 11.
and bis Court ; from Ireland's Historical Account of the Inns of Court und Chancery
475 General Observations on the Persepolitaz Charailers, with a Defcription of
fome Bricks lately sent to Europe from the Scite of ancient Babylon; by Hager
477 Account of an ancient Monument at Vienne
400 Reasons why the County of Surry Jhould not be charge; with any great Number
of Horses. Extratiei from a Volume of original Letters and State Papers written in the Reign of Elizareth
486 Naesof Pictures taken by Lord Orford at Woburn Abbey; not inferred in his Works.
ibid. Acceunt of Dearths and Famine. From a scarce and curious Pamphlet, en
titled, “ Artachth's; or, A new Booke deciuring the Ayija ir Height of Bread by Troy and A verdupois Weight, and co taining arvers Oraers and
Articles mude and set forth by the Lords and others of bis Majefties mejt bonble Privie Councell, 480 Printed by R. bijpop and Erwara Grijane, and are to be fold at the Stationers Shops, or at the Chamber of John Lenieibam, the Composer, in Simmuns Inn, in Chancerie Lane."
On the indelible Character of the Priesthood. From Campbell's Leatures On
Ecclehaftiçal History. Letter of the late Dr. Goldsmith, when about Yrventy-fizie Years old, to a
young Gentleman whom he bad for a short Time instructed in diferent, Branches of Learning. Original Letter from Dr. Samuel Johnson. Not published in his works, 'any Life of him.
506 Letter from a Repentant Highwayman to a Lady whom he had ročbed.
508 Female Handicruftswomen.
Ode for the New Year; by H. J. Pye. Ejg. Poet Laureat.
513 Ode for his Majesty's Birth day, 1801. By the same.
514 Epitaph on Mr. 1. A. Hamilton, in the Churtb-yard of Newport Pagnel. By the late William Cowper, Esq.
516 Prologue. By a Gentlemen of Leicester. On opening the Theatre, as Sydney, Botarry Bay, to be spoken by the celebrated Mr. Barrington.
ibid Lines written upon seeing the unclaimid Corpse of a Suicide exposed on the Bank
of a River. "By Thomas Campbell, Eja. Author of “The Pleasures of Hope.”
517 Sonnet, by. R. B. Sheridan
518 The Sorrows of Switzerland, From Jacobinism, a Paem