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Acknowledgments to Correspondents 2 Page
Memoir of George Willian Manby, Adams's Inquiry into the Laws of
Esq. Honorary Member of the different Epidemic Diseascs 3')
Humane Society, &c. &c. &c. 3| Linley's Eight Pastoral Canzonets 40
Remarks on Lycophron's Cassandra .. 8 || Description of the Retreat and In-
Query - ib. stitution, near York, for insane
Vestiges Revived. By Joseph Moser, Persons of the Society of Friends 41
Esq. New Series. , No. XXIV. 9 Rivaz's Proposal, by which two essen-
Epistolary Essays on the Analysis of tial Objects would be simultane-
English Idioms. No. III. 18 ously attained - 42
On Reason and Instinct 20 | Hornor's Description of an improved
Report of the National Vaccine Esta- Method of delineating Fstates 43
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On Spellin the Name of Shakespeare 23 tution 43
Extract from the Finance Report 24 | Theatrical Journal;-including Clos-
Anecdote of the first Lord Heathfield ib. ing of Drury-lane and Covent: , ,
Hawthorn Cottage : a Tale [Conti- garden Theatres—Opening of the
nued] 25 || Pantheon—Character of a new
Nugae. No. XIX. 30 Performer—Retrospect . 44
Sir Isaac Newton's State of the Gold Poetry;—including The Bard of the .
and Silver Coin, in 1717 31 Pyrenees—Moloc the Moor—Old
Ideal Analogy betwixt a Negro Boy Ballads, No. VIII.-A Cure for
and the late Alexander Pope, Esq. 34 || Love—On Man — Jemmy-froin
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State of Cambridge University from Literary Intelligence.
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Description of the Frontispiece 36 Monthly Obituary.
Remarks on some Passages in Shak- List of Bankrupts.
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Horne Tooke's Sale ib. Price of Stocks.
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