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Colden's Life of Fulton, .. 250
Coleridge's Christabel, &c. 12 TU. - Mathieu's Version of a Chi-
driacal and Nervous Affections, .
XVI. Miscellany, .
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-- Manual of Botany for the North- XIII. Monthly Summary of Political Intelli-
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. . for hw. Museum of Natural Sciences, .. . 431 XIV. Domestic Occurrences,
OnVI. Original Communications, . . 442 XV. Monthly Catalogue of New Publicarate "VII. Original Biography, . . 446
tions, with Critical Remarks, .. VIII. Transactions of Learned Societies, 449 XVI. Mathematical Lucubrations, . IX. Literary and Philosophical Intelligence, 454 XVII. Report of Diseases, &c. . X. Review and Register of the Fine Arts, 456 XVIlI. Cabinet of Varieties, . . XI. Peligious Intelligence,
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