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ENGLISH AND FOREIGN
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE KENRICK,
AND OTHER S.
Quid fit pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid non. Hox.
T. EVANS, PATER.NOSTER-ROW.
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) A NU A RY,
NEW Hiftory of Glouceftershire concluded
A Night skerch of the Controversy between Dr. Priestley, and his
A complete Historical account of Russia
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The History of the Royal Academy of Sciences
Letter from S. F. to the London Reviewers
F E B R U AR Y.
Philofophical Transactions of the Royal Society of Londra
78 Ruflia ; or, a complete Historical Account of all the Nations which compose that Empire
88 Lamont's Sermons on the most prevalent Wices
FOREIGN LITERATUR I.
Unanimity, a Poem
Eden's Fifth Letter to the Earl of Carlisle
Jenningham's English Wake
Wiseman's Epistolae Commerciales
Botturelli's Exercises upon the different Parts of Indian Speech
Burcy's Treatise on the Elegance of the Latin Tongue
Haigh's Dyer's Afiftant
A PRI L.
Tasker’s Ode to the Memory of the Right Rev. Tho. Wilson, late Lord
Bishop of Sudor and Man
Rhyme and Reason
Reeves's Poems on various Subjects
Wycliffe on Government