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CEBES, his picture of human life, DISSERTATION on revulsion,&c.

502

See Watts.
CEYLON. voyage to,

396 against the Greek accents
CHADWICKE's epitome of Lilly's

456 fyntax

39. DISSERTATIONS, two, on SampCHANBAU D's geography 390 Jon and etha

259 - Telemeque 392 Divine truths. See SUMMARY. CHARACTERISTICS, ecclefiaf- DIVINITY of Christ asserted 477 tical

283 proved from scripture 478 CHARGE to the grand jury of DRUIDICAL temples, &c. See Berwick

154

Cook.
- of Weftminjer. See LE- DRUMMOND's travels 198
DIARD.

E
CHEMISTRY, new course of, by ECCLESIASTICAL characteristics
Millar
299

288
CHRIST

See DIVINITY. EDINBURGH. See Essays and
CHRISTIAN economy 477

OBSERVATIONS
CHRONICLE of the Canningites ELIZABETH, Queen, memoirs

153
of,

241
CHRONOLOGICAL tables. See EMERSON's principles of mecha-
BLAIR.

nics

489
CLERGYMAN's letter on private ENCHIRIDION fytaxeos Liliane
baptism
79 Conftri&ius

391
COMMENTARY on two hundred ENQUIRY concerning the Irish
texts of St. John
48 in London

317
CONDUCT of the French. See concerning ratiocination
Nova Scotia.

469 of Coll. considered Essay on a perfect king 394

471 for speedily manning the Cook's enquiry into the patriar- fleet

400 chal and druidical religion 86

on the animal economy COUNTER ADDRESS. See Gas

155

on the proper lessons 313
D

Essays and observations, physi-
Dalton's descriptive poem 487 cal and literary, by a fociety
D'ARGENS, his history of Count at Edinburgh

169
de Beauval

79 EXETER college, defence of, 471 DELAFAYE's vindication of his conduct of, confidered ib. sermon on inoculation 240 EXPLORALIBUS. See Spy. remarks on, by Bolaine 474 Extracts from an old treatise.

by a regular physician ibid. See MASON DELANY's fermons

130

F
DERKICK. See BEAUVAL. FARNE WORTH's life of Pope
DEVIL. Dick. See ADVEN- Sixtus V.
TURES.

FARRINGTON, efq; See VER-
Devil to pay at W-
DIGNITY of human nature 81 FENNING on the globes 389
DISPUTATIONS, two, concern- FERGUSON's idea of the mate-
ing the Meffiab
314 rial universe

80
FLEET,

A

COIGNE.

268-397

-4 473

TOT.

A Cooper's Letters ou gosto 253

FLEET, scheme for speedily man. HERBAL, useful family one 412
ning

400 History of Italy. See Guic-
FOUR TH grace, a poem 399 CIARDINI.
FRANCE, Nickols's remarks on

of oppositions 239
the advantages and disadvan- of the Moravians

79
tages of, in her commerce with of Ignatius Loyola 445
Great Britain

141

of yoshua Trueman,& c. 465

concluded

161

of Will. Ramble

ib.

on the fame, by Tucker 142 of Sir Harry Herald, &c.

FRANKLIN on ele&tricity, parç

467

III.

416 HOADLY's sermons

338

FRBETRINKER's catechism 465 HOLLOWAY on the primævity

FUTURE itate, scripture account

of the Hebrew tongue 159

of,

152 HORSEMANSHIP, Bourgelat's

system of, translated by Be-

GALLANTRY, love, &c. thoughts renger

238

on,

396 HUMAN nature, dignity of, 81

GANGRENES. See KIRKLAND.

I

GASCOIGNE, Sir Crisp, his ad- JANSSEN, Sir Theodore, verses to
dress to the livery of London

his memory

399

153 JEPTHA's vow, differtation on

liveryman's reply to ditto ib.

259
counter address to ditto ib. IGNATIUS Loyola, his history 445

refutation of ditto, anony- IMMORTALITY of the soul, tran-

mous

154

flation of Brown's poem on, 77

by Payne, &c.471 INGRATITUDE, an epistle 476
Gast's rudiments of Grecian his- John, St. See COMMENTARY.
tory

391 IRELAND, ftatutes of, abridged
GAGER, practical

236

GEOGRAPHY. See CHAMDAUD. IRISH. See ENQUIRY.

GLOBES. See Fenning. ITALIAN husband

GONORRHOEA. See Nevil. ITALY, hiftory of, fee Guicci-

Grer's notes on Shakespeare 80 ARDINI.

GREEK rudiments

392

K

accents, dissertation on 456 KEDINGTON's sermons

321

GUICCIARDINI's history of hialy, KENNEDY's considerations on the

vol. I.

17 northern colonies

- vol., II. 190 Kent, poll for the county of,

H

467

HALLIFAX's miscellanies 464 Kings and queens, account of,

HALLIDAY's account of the Şee HALLIDAY.

kings and queens in the Royal KIRKLAND on gangrenes 319

Exchange

236

L

HAMMOND's spelling-book 392 LAMBRECHTs on the gout 475

Hanway's letter to Spranger 458 L'ARCADIA in Brenta. See

HAPPINESS, two epiftles on 309

OPERA.

HARTLEY's sermons 257 LEDIARD's charge to the West-
HATHAWAY's trial

minfler grand jury 466

HAZARD, Dick. See ADVEN- LESSONS, proper, essay on, 313

TURES

Letters concerning ialte 453

LET

388

Hiffernau fee Jeunen

Letters from the north of Scot- NEWCASTLE, duke of, ode to
land
342

384

LETTRES choises, &c. 469 NICKOLS, Sir John, on the trade

LIBERTY, in two parts 79

of Great Britain and France

LILLY's syntax, See CHAD-

141

WICKE.

NOBILITY, analysis of,

421

LONDON, bishop of, remarks on NORMANDY, tour through 319

his sermons

159 North-American Indians, some

Love and wine, a comedy 467 account of

316

LOYOLA, Ignatius, his life, 445 Nova Scotia, conduct of the

M

Frencb towards

472

MARRIAGE-act, a novel

395

0

Martin's introduction to the OBSERVATIONS on Lord Ori

English language

391 rery's account of Swift

MASHEDER 's navigator's com- Ode to the duke of Newcaille

panion

388

384

Mason, his extracts from an old Offices, great, thoughts on

treatise on surgery 393

425

Masons creed

79 Ogle's letter to Young 157
MECHANICS. See EMERSON. OPERAS

467
MEDALS. See SIMONS. OPPOSITIONS, history of 239
Memoirs of Beauval 79 OXFORD roratory

235
of Elizabeth Canning grand jury, address to
237

154
of Mrs. Pilkington, vol. OXFORDSHIRE Contest, fifty que.

III.

401 ries concerning

472

of the Shakespear's-head

P

319 Packe's explanation of Boeri
Merlin's life and prophecies baave's aphorisms

464 PAPAL power, origin of. See
MESSIAH, two difputations con- VERTOT.
cerning

314. PENROSE On the animal ceconomy
MILLAR's chemistry 299

155

MINISTER's address to his pa- Perfect king, an essay 394

rishioners

313 PERSIAN tales, Button's transla-

Mirza and Fatima

237

tion of

395

MISCELLANEOUS obfervations PHILOSOPHICAL transactions,

on Bolingbreke

428 vol. XLVIII.

211

MISCELLANIES by one Hallifax

concluded

243

464 P This is pulmonalis. See Packe.

MITCHELL, furgeon, his trial PIGGOT, Dr. his appeal to the

public.

400

Mock-monarchs

471 PILKINGTON, Mrs. her third vo.

MORAVIANS, history of, 79

lume

compared 508 Poems on feveral occasions ži8

MORRIS, Drake, travels of 395 POLL for the county of Kent 467

Na

POMERY-bill, a poem 149

NAVIGATOR's companinn 388 POPE, Alexander, esq; small edi-
Nevilu on the gonorrhæa 156 tion of his works 45468
New call to the unconverted 313 Pope Sixtụs V. his life 268

Рот.

396

401
logical works

130

cans

POTTER, Archbishop, his theo- SCOTLAND, letters concerning,
329

342
PRESTON, Lord, his speech be- Scott, Mr. his version of Cebes,
fore the Antigallicans
316

502
PROSPECT, a poem 233 SCRIPTURE-account of a future-
Psalms, version of, by Wbeat- state

152
land and Silvefter 168 SERMONS, by Delany
PRUSSIAN infantry, regulations by Hartley

257

for

138 by Hoadly

338

Q

by Kedington 321

QUAKERS, collection of their fuf-

by Sutton

232

ferings

236 by Warburton

430

QUERIEs, fifty, concerning the Single, viz.

Oxfordshire conteft

472 Amory's, on Halliday's death

R

160

RAGGED uproar

235 Blyth's, on Bourn's death 320

RAMBLE, Will, hiftory of, 466 Bullock's, at the school fealt at

RANDOLPH's vindication of the Bishop stort ford

ib.

trinity, part III. and appen- Butley's, before the Antigalli-

dix

372

160

RATIOCINATION, enquiry into Dockwray's for the benefit of

the grounds and species of 469 the Newcaffle- Infirmary 3 20

RECTE vivendi ratio, & c. 234 at the confecration of the

REGULATIONS for the Prusian

infirmary.chapel 479

infantry

138

Eden's, at Wincbefter ib.

REMARKS on the bishop of Lon. Gill's, on the death of Daver-
don's discourses
159 port

ib.
on Delofay's vindica- at a monthly exercise ib.
tion, by Bolaine

474

Green's, at Bedford ib.
by a Physician ibid. Hall's, on Maryat's death ib.

on the advantages and Leyborne's, at Bach

disadvantages of France and Maybew's, in New England

Great Britain with respect to

479

trade, 141,161. SeeNICKOLLS, Sharple's, before the university

also TUCKER.

of Oxford

319

Revulsion and derivation. See Stennet's before a society for

WATTS.

promoting christian know-

RICHARDS's Web-English dictio- ledge among the poor 160

pary

468

on the death of Mrs. Ro-

RUDDIMAN's notes on Bucha- barts

320

nan's works censured, c. 473

Towers's, before the company

RUDIMENTS of Grecian history of skinners

160

391

Turner's, at Guildford aflizes
Greek. See BARCLAY.

320

RUTHERFORTH's institutes of Wallin's, on Wildman's death

Natural law

293

160

S

Weter's, at Waxt, on moral

SALMON's universal craveller 397 honetty

320

SAMPSON, his supposed suicide, While's, before the mayor of

differtation on,

259

Lincoln

479

SHAKE

320

Arriede Salva, his spiritual
Quinste trambaked 445

396

318

to

SHAKESPEAR, Grey's notes on 80

on trade

400 SHAKESPEAR'S-HEAD, memoirs Tour through Normandy 319 of

319 TRAVELLER. See SALMON. SHIP-BUILDING, Murray's trea- TRAVELS, by Drummond 198 tise on

41
Trial of Hathaway

398 Simon's book of medals, &c.

of Mitcbell

240 TRINITY, doétrine of, inconSixtus V. Pope, his life 258 fiftent, 's

124 concluded

357

vindication of, part III. Smallie's midwifry, vol. II.

372

appendix to ditto, ib. SPEED, de

aqua
marina 475 TRUE-BLUE

1472 SPENCE's account of Blacklock TrueMAN, Joshua, history of, 481

466 SPENCER, Warton's observations TUNER, part III.

ib. 112

U SFICILECIUM Shuckfordianum UNCONVERTED, new call to 315

313 SPIRITUAL Quixote 445 UNIVERSAL history, supplement SPRANGER'S proposal for light

195 ing the streets of Westminjter Useful family herbal 412

398

V
Spy, invisible, by Exploralibus VERSES. See JANSSEN.

498 VER TOT's origin of the papal
STANHOPE's history of oppofi- power, translated by Farring-
tions
239

465 STEBBING's instructions, part II. View of Lord Bolingbroke's phi

429
losophy

262 STONE, Butter's treatise on 156 clear and comprehensive, SUMMARY of divine truths 479 of the attributes of God 160 SUPPLEMENT to the universal VictUALLERS, call upon, 236 history

195 VOYAGE to Ceylon SURGERY, cafes in. See WAR

W NER.

WARNER's cases in surgery 157 SUTTON's sermons 232 Warton's observations on SfenSwieten, Van, his commentary cer's Fairie Queen

on Boerhaave, vol. IX. X. XI. Watts, Dr. on revulsion and
translated

393
derivation

157 Synon's practical gager 388 Weekes's Barbados, a poem T

325 Taste, letters concerning 453 Welsh-English dictionary 468 TELEMA QUE, new edition of, WHEATLAND. See Psalms.

by Chamband TEMPLEMAN's remarks, &c.

392 WINCHESTER, bishop of, his ,

sermons

154 Wool, See BRADSHAW. THOUGHTS, general, on the

Y
425 YOUNG, Dr. Ogle's letter to 157
on gallantry, &c. 396

tan

396

I2

338

great offices

Warburton, les Diena

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