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BROTHERS; a Comedy. 478 Dickson's Agriculture, Vol. IL
BRUCIAD, an Epic Poem, 382
Burton's Rhapsody, 156 DRAGONETTI on Virtues and Re-
Aptive, an Opera, 80.
Case of the Middlesex Elec. T Legy written at Amwell, 475
7 L ENQUIRY into the Study of
CAVERHILL on the Gout, 168 the Ancient Languages, 482
A Chappe's Travels into Siberia, 431 Essay on the Writing and Genius
CHARLEVOIX's Hift. of Paraguay, of Shakespeare,
on the Origin of Colleges,
CHATHAM, Earl of, his political &c.
on the Middlesex Elec-
COLLIGNAN's Dialogues, 355 tion,
COLMAN's Oxonian in Town, a on Animal Reproduction,
- Man and Wife, a Co. — towards an History of Co-
COLONIES, British, Tracts relat- Essays on Clandestine Marriages,
49, 32, 398 &c.
Comers. See Essay. See HAR- EXPLANATION of the Terms of
Art used in Medicine, 311
COMMENTS of Bull-face Double- EXPLANATIONS of difficult Texts
157 of Scripture,
CONSIDERATIONS on the Times,
78 D Air Trial of the important
on the Expedi- I Question,
ency of a Corps of Light Troops FATAL Obedience, a Novel, 479
in the East-Indies, 396 FATE of Tyrants,
- on the late De- Favell's Review of Abraham's
• cision of the H. of Com. 463 Case,
Cook's Remarks in a Passage from FAVOURITE, a Tragedy, 478
the Bay of Honduras to Merida, FEMALE Captive,
231 Fool of Quality, Vol. IV.
Cooke on the Diseases of Chile Fox Unkennelled, .
230 Free Briton's Memorial,
CORRESPONDENCE, with the Re- FRENCH Lady, a Novel, 480
488 FRIENDSHIP, a Poem,
Coriat Junior, Vol. II. 396
Court of Thespis,
Arrick's Ode on dedicating
C. R.’s Poems,
w a Building, &c. to Shake-
CURSORY View of Arbitr, Power, fpeare,
Curtis on the Teeth, 227 GARTON’s Practical Gardenct, 239
Gibbons's Hymns, 234
-T ALRYMPLE's Letters to the GOLDSMITH's Roman History, 183
India Directors, 79 GOODALL's Introduction to the
Dawson's Answer to Letters con- History of Scotland, . 310
cerning Confcfions, &c. Part GORDIAN Knot,
226 GOULAKD on the Preparations of
232 · Lead,
DENHAM on Vapour Baths, 227 GRANGER'S Biographical History
DESCRIPTION of a Parliament, 79 of England,
DE VERGY. See MEMOIRS. GRAY's Ude, at the Insallation of
A Carey's Shakespears Inbil
A Gregory on the spicede.
a Phylviani Hon.
the Duke of Grafton, 159 LELAND'S Sermons,
GRENVILLE. See LETTER. See LETTER to a Young Gentleman
GROSLEY's Observations on Italy,
to the Author of Tbe
328, 412 Quefiion Stated,
- . to the Monthly Review-
L ARMAN on Comets, 317' ers,
N1 HARROD's Patriot, a Tra . from a Member of Pose
39 liament to his Constituents, 233
HEALDE on the Use of Ol. Af- . to Harwoor', 224
pbalti, in Ulcers, &c. 228
to the Proprietors of In-
Hervey's Sermons at Biddeford, dia Scock,
to the Author's of the
Hill's Vegetable System, Vol. Monthly Review, 445
to Grenville, 401
HISTORY of Eliza Musgrove, 23 LETTERS from an American in
- of Miss Sommerville, 6 England,
of Emily Montagu, 231
suppo!ed to have pafica
of Arabella Waldegrave, · between Si.Evsemond and Wale'
- of Ancient Greece, 311
of Atticus junius, a co
of Atticus Junius, &c.
of Magna Charta, 408
Hitt's Treatise on Fruit-trees,
from Wilkes's Corre-
155 spondence, Vol. J. 592
HORXE's Considerations on John
to the Earl of Hillbo-
223 - rough, from Gov. Bernard, &.
HOWARD's Histor. Anecdotes, 66
HUDDLESTON on Intaat Baptism,
to the Ministry, from
216 the same,
from the Correspond-
7 DEAL Beauty in Painting, 59 ence of Wi kes, Beckfard, Ju-
1 JER vy on the Scurvy, 229 nius, &c.
JOHNSON'S Midwitry, 144 LLEWELYN'S Remarks on the Bri.
Jones's Philosophy of Words, 231 tih Tongue,
ITALY. See GROSLEY. Lloyd's Vindication of the A haei
79, 319 nafian Creed,
LOCKMAN's Business, Pleasure, and
IRKLAND's Reply to Maxwell, Prudence,
- 7 2
193 Love and Innocence, 310,
-Knox, Hugh, his Discourses on LOVES of Othniel and Achrab, 272)
Revealed Religion, &c, 217 A
Knox, Capt. bis Journal of ihe TRS. MACAULAY's Love
Campaigns in North-America, JY1 kemarks.
345 MACFARLAN's Specimen of bis
Latio Tranflation of Offin, 177
T ADY's Miscellany, 480 MACLAIRE's Supplement to Vio-
L LAMBERT, Marchiones, her heim.
Works, translated, 231 MAI DEN'S Account of King's Cola
LANGHORNE. See LETTERS be dege,
tween St. Evremoud and Mr. MARRIAT's Rights of both Uni-
LAT, D:, in his Chariot, So MARLINELLI. See BILANCIA.
ourert, Jee Memoirs
of Lady S. B...
MELANCHOLY Student, 477 Pointing, Thoughts on, $4
Memoirs of Miss Elliot, 197 POIVRE, M. le his Travels of a
of Lord Crawford, 310 Philosopher,
of Lady Sarah B-y, POLITICAL Contest, 79
Part II. 319
Michaelis on the Influence of Pope's Letters to a Lady, 63
Opinions on Language, and of Powell's Royal Gardener, ' 240
Language on Opinions, 70 PRESENT State of Liberty, 157
MIDDLEsex Petition Inversed, 160 PRIESTLEY's Address to Masters
Millar on the Afthma,. . 12 of Families,
Mirror for the Multitude, 319
- Remarks on Black.
Musgrave-CONTROVERSY, 397 ftone's Commentaries, 298
Musgrave's Address, true Inten-
Musgrave's Reply to D'Eon, 320 -
on the Difference of
Opinions among Christians, 472
N Ew Foundling-hospital for PROSSER on the Derby-neck, 359
W Wit, Part III. 156 PROTESTANT Armour, 2 2 2
Peerage of England, Scot-
land, and Ireland, 238 Uestion Stated,
NORTHUMBERLAND. See WAL-
Nugent's History of Vandalia, D Eal Characters and Genuine
178 M Anecdotes,
REFLECTions on the Principle of
BSERVATIONS on Liberty,Pa- Trade, .
_ on Inoculation,471
on Poetry and Mu- REMARKS on the Controversy be-
..... 301 tween Great Britain and her Co-
- on Grenville's lonies,
on Scott's Sermon, 316
- on the Office and
- on the Manners of the
Duties of a Physician, 401 French,
OBSCURITIES and Defects in the Reply to the Comments of Bull-
314 face Doublefee,
OCCASIONAL Remarks on some Review of the Conduct of Pascal
Strictures on the Confessional, Paoli,
164 REWARD of Virtue,
Attempts at Senti- Richard in Cyprus, a Tragedy,
Ode. See GARRICK.
Right of the People to petition,
on dedicating and erecting a
Statue to Le Stue, 318 ROBERTSON's History of the Em-
OTHNIEL. See Loves.
peror Charles V.
- -- concluded, 81
DAoli. See Review.
C CHOMBERG on the Writings
PASQUIN, a Romance, 233 of Pindar and Horace, 230
PATRIOT, a Tragedy, 319 Scott's Addrefs to the Bishops
PHYSICIAN, Office and Duties of, and Clergy,
401 Search's Light of Nature Pur,
19, 112, 242
SEASONABLE Address to the Peo- Swayne's Memoirs of Osney Ab-
pleof London and Middlesex,466 bey,
Secker's Letter to Walpole, 220 SWINNEY's Battle of Minden, 472
Charges to the Clergy, SYBIL, a Novel,
SENTIMENTS of an English Free TEres's Translation of Vol.
1 taire's Civil War of Gene-
SERMONS, Single, 80, 240, 320, va,
Tragedy of Richard in
SHAKESPEARE's Garland, 238 Cyprus,
- Jubilee, ib. THOUGHts upon Pointing, 54
SHARP on the dangerous Ten- Ti so on Diseases incident to
dency of tolerating Siavery in Sedentary Persons, 250
30 TOMLINSON's Medical Miscella,
ŞHENSTONE's Works, Vol. II. ny,
156 Travels of a Philosopher, 258
SIBERIA, Abbè Chappe's Travels Trinculo's Trip to the Jubilee,
SKETCH of Happiness in Rural Two Novels, in Letters, &c. 232
TANDALIA. See Nugent,
SMITH's System of Physic, 195,
y Vaughan's Refutation of a
SNELLING's Views of the Coins Veil Unrent, a Poem, 72
ftruck by the English in France, Venn against Priestley, 225
310 VINDICATION of the Rights of E-
- View of Jettons, 482 lection,
Songs, in the Jubilee, 318 UNIVERSITIES. See MARRIOT.
SPALLAN ZANI on Animal Repro- VOLTAIRE 's Civil War of Gene-
483 va, - -
SPANISH Lady, a Musical Enter.
L'Evangile Du Jour,
SPEECÁ without Doors, 79 Vox Populi Vox Dei,
- on the Motion for ex-
pelling Wilkes, O. 397 Allis's Natural History of
STEBBING on the Ten Virgins, 72 VV Northumberland, 336
STEDMAN's Physiological Essays, Watson's Historical Chatechism,
STERNE's Sermons, Vols. V. VI. WEBB's Observations on Poetry
- Political Romance, 485 Word in Behalf of the House of
STRETCH's Beauties of History, WORTHINGTON on the Evidences
480 of Christianity,
SUBSCRIPTIONS, Expedient for
terminating the Debates about, VOUNG's Effay on the Manage-
226 ment of Hogs,
CONTENTS of the FOREIGN ARTICLES,
in the APPENDIX to this Volume.
A Cademy. See Histoire. ITALY. "See Plan,
r Anecdotes Angloifes, 563 Les Saisons, Poëme,
Antiquitos de la Grece, 559 L'Evangile du Jour, parts 3, 4, and
Etrusques, &c. 566 5,
ARNAUD and SUARD, their Col- Lettres de Juifs, &c. See VOL.
leclion of Miscellaneous Pieces, taire.
558 Lettres sur la Depravation et la Re-
BATTEAUX's Hift. of First Causes, ftauration de l'Ordre Legal, 561
508 LITERARY History of French La-
Bauzet's Edition of Girard's Sy- dies,
nonime's François, 560 Logic. See Du Marsa 15. ,
BOCHART. See Michaelis. Loix de Platon,
Bos, M. his Antiquities of Greece, MARIVAUX's Life, with Extracts
. : 569 from his works, * 543
BURMAN's Poem on the infamous Michaelis-Spicilegium Geographiæ
Victory over Panli, 561 H ebræorum exteræ poft Bochar.
Diftiannaire Historique des Femmes tum,
560 MILLOT's Abridgment of the Hir.
Dictionnaire Theorique et pratiquer tory of England,
de Chasse et de Peche, 504 Nouvelle Bibliotheque de Compagne,
DIXMERIE on the two Ages of &c.
French Literature,- 538 Paoli, See BURMAN, - in
Du HAMEL on Fruit trees, 564 Plan for the Reformation of Italy,
Du MARSA IS's Logic and Prin-
ciples of Grammar, ib. PLATO. See Loix.
Elemens de L'Histoire D'Angleterre, Refile Elions sur les Maurs, &c. 561
-- - 533 Rossel, . See France..
English Anecdotes, 563 ROUSSE A U's Lettres on the Corrup-
EPISODES, &c. feleet Collection of, tion and Restoration of the ari-
556 ginal Laws of Society, 561
Esprit de Marivaux, 543 SANDIPORT'S Thesaurus, Vol. I,
France, new Hiftory of, by Rof-
557 SEASONS, a Poem, . * *.400
GAILLARD's Hiflory of Francis the TOURNEUR'S Trans. of Young's
521 Night-thoughts into French, 562
GIRARD's Synonimes François, dew Traité des Arbres Fruitieres. See
Edition, by Bauzée, 560 Du Hamel,
Grou's Translation of Plato's Book Two Ages of French Taste and Li-
of Laws into Frencb, 541 terature,
HAMILTON's Etruscan Antiquities, Variétès Littéraires,
566 VERNET's Reflections on Morals,
HISTO!re de l'Academie Royale de &c.
Sciences, &c. Anne 1965, 503 VOLTAIRE, Letters to, from
de François Premier, 521 fome Portuguese and German
du Patriotisme François, 557 Jews,
Litteraires des Femmes, 563 - his Gospel of the Day,
-- des Causes Premiers, 568 Parts III. IV. V.
HISTORICAL Dictionary of cele- Young's Night-thoughts translat-
560 ed into French, - 562