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Queen Elizabeth's letter to Heaton, bishop of Ely -
An account of the magnificent table kept in the reign of King
Charles I. . -
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ilid.
The last will of Sir William Petty, Knt. &c.
Alstract of the will of lieutenant-general Huske -
The archbishop of Cumbray's letter to the duke of Burgundy
king Stanislaus's advice to his daughter, Mary, queen of France
The history of professor du Val, a very extraordinary genius
An anecdote of bishop Burnet .
The life of Mons. Fontaiue

ilid.
Letter from NI. Voltaire to the Albé Trutlet -
Albé Trublet's answer

32
Instance of the happiness of leing descended from a person of fame 33
Letters lietween M. de Voltaire and the author of the Dialogues of the
Dead

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The life of the late Mr. Hutchinson, father of the Hutchinsonians
The character of the late Dr. Hales
Epitaphium Richardi Nash, armigeri .
Epitaph intended for Mr. Nash's tomb
Letter from Oliver Cromwell to his son-in-laww, Gen. Fleetwood

- the speaker of the house of commons,

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Extract from the memoirs of the famous Isaac Darkin
Some account of. Theodore Gardelle, &c.

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John Perrott, a lankrupt, &c. -
John M'Naughton, Esq. lately executed in Ireland

an extraordinary impostor now living

NATURAL HISTORY.
of animals living in solid bodies - -
Some account of the Mus Alpinus, Baubax, or Marmotte --
Description of an old clephant brought from Persia to Naples
Cautions against suffiring lead smelting houses, &c. ' . -.
The nature of the fossil asbestos, &c.
Description of a white earth of which bread is made
The practice of burning sulphur in hogsheads for preserving wine iliit.
An account of a very extraordinary degree of artificial cold, &c. ilich

- curious phenomenon observed ly Abbé Nollett : 91

Lurning well at Broseley in Shropshire - 92
dreadful typhon, &c. - -

the death of a woman killed ly an eruption from tide
" earth

- 95
- the late eorthquake in Syria, from Dr. Patrick Russel 96
Extract of another letter from Dr. Patrich Russel, to Dr. Alex. Russel 98
An sccount of the dreadful earthquakes in the island of Terceira, &'c. ib.
A description of Ingleborough, a inountain in Yorkshire, éc. :::100

- Keswick in Cumlerland, and its environs .: 103
An account of that part of America, the nearest to the land of Kamta?
chatka

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. 104

USEHU!

US E F U L P R O J E C T S. ; Oiservations concerning the different kinds of hemlock growing in England

112 A remarkable instance of the success of hemlock in England - 114 An account of Dr. Storck's second essay on the medicinal nature of hemlock116 A method of preventing and removing epileptic fits, &c. - 120 Hydrophobia curedly an accidental bleeding at the temporal artery, &c.121 Clarified butter or tallow, specificks against the bloody flur, &c. 122 On the benefit of issues in the gout, &c. - - 123 On the virtues of lemon juice and coffee, as dissolvents of the stone 125 The hypericum campodarense of Columna, a powerful vermifuge 127 Acrount of some antidotes against corrosive sullimate mercury ibid. Cautions against the use of seggs

- 128 ilethod of curing luxations of the spine, or broken backs

ibid. An account of a remarkal'le operation of a broken arm -

129 Ol'servations upon the proper nursing of children

130 Remarkable instance of the superior merit of the horse-hoeing husbandry 132 de letter concerning the usefulness of the plant Nummaria, &c ilid. Accuracy of the trial made with Mr. Irwin's marine chair, &c. 137 Useful hints for sailors and sea-faring men

- 139 A method of making sea-water potable

140 Chinese contrivance to keep'a person alove water

141 Easy method of opening a way to the sight through turbulent waters ibid. Niethod of edulcorating train-oil

142 Ol-servations on the above processes

143 Receipt to make soap without boiling

145 Method of making sal ammoniac in Egypt

ibid. Dr. Godfrey's machines for the immediate extinction of fire, 146 Use of gunpowder for extinguishing fire in chimnies

- 149 On the nature of ylass music, &c.

- - ibid. Part of a letter from Paris, giving an account of a new wall.paint 151 A liquor to wash old deeds and writings, &c. to render them legille 152 Description of a portalle apparatus, &c.

- ilid. : ANTIQUITIES. A disquisition on the custom of burning the dead -- -- 153 The antiquity of drinking healths

155 An account of the first instruments for measuring time introduced into Rome

- 156 On a medal of the emperor Claudius, hitherto unexplained - 167 A dissertation concerning the antiquity, &e. of the poems of Ossian 159 Some account of the marks on coin, called mint-marks, S'C: 167 An account of some silperstitious opinions and practices in France 168 An history of conches,

- 173 Of the origin of cards. Translated from the French

173 Of the design of cards su uccount of the celebration of the May games, &'c.

ilid. Historical remarks on dress

177 LITERARY

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Literary and MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.
An essay on augury
Linnæus's dream
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Avarice and Glory, an history. By the King of Prussia - 184
On the qualifications requisite in a commentator upon the holyscriptures 186
Some remarks on the modern manner of preaching

158
The dying advice of a late eminent prelate, &c. -

191
On the attention due to the poor, &c.
Thoughts on various sulijects. By Sir Hildebrand Jacob

195
On the duty of clemency to lrutes
The folly of being dissatisfied with the times we live in
Character of the English -
On the extraordinary cleverness of the moderns

204
On the country manners of the present age

205
A prophecy by Monsieur Voltaire
Character of a mighty good kind of man .

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-- Character of a good sort of woman. -

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PO E T RY. .
Verses on the death of his late, and accession of his present, majesty 215
Truth at court. By a reverend dean

217
The patriot king, or George the Third

218
Ode for the New Year 1761, by William Whitehead, Esq. ilid.
The birth-day ode

220
An epistle to a friend, on the expected arrival of the queen - 221
Humility eralted; or the glorious transformation -

224
Verses on the king's marriage. By Mr. Spence. From the Orford
collection
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To the queen. , By Mr. Warton. -
By the Hon. John Gray. From the Camlridge collection - 228
By Mr. Gandy

999
Verses occasioned by the theatric champion's performance at Covent-
garden

931
On Mr. Pitt's resigning the seals

ilid.
Prologue to the Tempest; acted at Hinchinbroke, near Huntingdon.
Spoken ly Lord Palmerston . -

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Epilogue. Spoken by Miss Courtney

232
Prologue to the Comedy of All in the Irong. Written and spoken
by Mr. Foote

233
Epilogue to Edgar and Emmeline. Written ly Mr. Garrick
Prologue and Epilogue to the Andria of Terence -
Fragments of Celtic poetry, from Olaus Verelius -

996
Verses ori Henry I. wrote immediately after his death - 298
Verses written on the gates of Bologna, in Italy

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On Miss Frampton, &c.

ilido

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Under the l'usto of Comus, in a beaufet, at L. Melcomle's at Ham- .

mersmith
Virtue and Fame To the Countess of Egremont. By Lord Lyt-n itid.

Addition

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Addition extempore; by earl H

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Lord
's lettter to earl H-

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To a nol·le Lord on his late poetical compositions -
On a noble Lau'yer's addition to the above nolle Lord's poem on a ..
L Lady

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On the above Lori's reply to the noble Lawyer's addition - ibid.
Under a cast of the Venus de Asedicis, at the Leasou es - ibid.
Verses occasioned by an incident at the seat of IVilliam Shenstone, Esq. 244
To William Shensione, Esq. The production of half an hour's leisure 246
To Mr. S. upon r is desiring her to paint his picture. By Miss Loggin 2447
To a Lady si -

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The answer. By a Lady

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Wrote to an admirable Lady under misfortunes and undeserved con-
finement

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An ode to Solitude

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Wrote on a tomb-stone, where is laid the skull of a man

252
Wrote on another tomb-stone, where is laid the skull of a woman ilid.
Upon a child of two years old crying

253
Song, ly a Lady

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Song wrote to a Lady
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254
A copy of Verses, on seeing a loy walk on stilts, ly

255
The rainbow. A falle

256
Epigram, on the Seahorse, with the astronomers on loard, 257
Lines from Mr. G- k to a nolleman, &c. -

258
Epitaph on Admiral Boscauen

ibid.
Epitaph on the late Mr. Richardson

259
On the death of John Rich, Esq.

260
The rise of tea

261
Epigram on a report of the king of Spain's marrying Madame Victoire 263
Epigram made by an Hessian officer upon Marshal Broglio's leing
so near taken on the 16th of July, 1761, &c.

ibid.
Advice from a matron to a young lady concerning wedlock ilid..
Character of Mrs. Cilber. From the Rosciad ..
- Mírs. Pritchard, from the same

265
- Mr. Quin, from the same
- Mr. Sheridan, from the same

268
- Mr. Garrick, from the same

269
The songs of Selma. From the original of Ossian the son of Fingal 270
Letter to the author of the Annual Register

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ACCOUNT of BOOKS for 1761.
Fingal, an ancient epic poem

276
The death of Alel

286
The private life of the Romans
Hume's history of England

301
An historical and critical enquiry into the evidence produced ly the
earls of Murray and Morton, against Mary, Queen of Scots 305

THE END.

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