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Infructions of a Duchess to her Son,

79

Kentith Traveller's Companion,

ibid.

Supplement to the Life of David Hume, Esq.

Letter to the Duchess of Devon fhire answered by Democritus,

ibid.

Wesley's Answer to Hill's Impofture detected,

ibid.

Historical Memoir: of the late Rev. Wm. Dodd, LL. D. 80

Serious Reflections upon Dr. Dodd's Trial,

ibid.

Observations on the Case of Dr: Dodd,

ibid.

Dialogue in the Shades between an unfortunate Divine and a

Welch Member of Parliament, lately.deceased,

ibid.

Alfull Answer to Soame Jenyns's View of the internal Evidence of

the Chriftian Religion,

Archäologia, Vol. IV.

88, 267

Georgical Essays, Vol. V.

96

Dr. Blair's Sermons,

Warton's Poems, a new Edition, with Additions,

109

Dr. Armstrong's Account of the Difeafes most incident to Chil-

dren,

131

Dr. Wood's Cafes, medical, chirurgical, and anatomical, 133

Cavallo's Treatise of Electricity,

136

Young's Spirit of Athens,

137

Dr. Gibbons's Memoirs of eminently pious Women, 140

Reflections on the present Combination of the Americans against

the British Legislature,

148

Remarks on the Conduct of Opposition with regard to America,

149

Candid Truth, in Answer to A Letter to Us from One of Our-

selves,'

Candidates for the Society of Antigallicans,

ibid.

A new poetical Translation of all the Odes of Horace, ibid,

Mrs. Savage's Poems on various Subjects and Occasions, 151

Poems for Ladies,

The Apparition: or, Dr. Dodd's laft Legacy,

ibid.

A Satire. Also an Imitation of the First Satire of Boileau, ibid.

An Effay on the Character of Hamlet, as performed by Mr. Hen.
derion,

ibid.

Argument in the Case of Ebenezer Smith Platt,

153

Considerations on the Game Laws,

ibid.

The Thoughtless Ward, a Novel,

ibid.

The Champion of Virtue,

154

The Mutability of Human Life,

ibid.

Carr's Sermons,

ibid.

Horæ Solitariæ,

155

Mole's Discourse on Repentance,

ibid.

Camplin's Sermon, in the Cathedral of Brittol, on the Execution
of Dr. Dudd,

ibid.

Amburner's Sermon at the Ordination of the rev. Sir Harry Tre-

lawny,

156

Objections

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Objections to Mr. Lindsey's Interpretation of the first Fourteen

Verses of St. John's Gospel,

156

Smith's Errors of the Church of Rome detected,

157

Sir Charles Whitworth’s Select Orations of Cicero, translated by
Professor Duncan,

ibid.

Misplaced Confidence; or, Friendship betrayed,

158

Pennant's British Zoology, Vol. IV.

ibid.

Beauties of Natural History,

159

Dr. Camber's Translation of Sylburgius's Treatise of Laws, ibid.

Dr. Ash's Sentiments on Education,

160

Ingram's Inquiry into the Cause of the Death of the late Wil.
liam Scawen, Efg.

ibid.
Spilsbury's Phlebotomy; or a Reply to · The Oeconomy of
Quackery considered,

ibid.

Dr. Berkenhout's Biographia Literaria,

161

A Practical Treatise on Chimneys,

170

A Code of Gentoo Laws,

177

Whitehead's (Paul) Poems, with Notes, and his Life by Capt.

Edw. Thompson,

190

Philosophical Tranfactions, Vol. LXVII. Part I.

195, 257

Dr. Berkenhout's Translation of Dr. Pomme's Treatise on hys-

terical and hypochondriacal Diseases,

199

Effays on various Subjects, designed for young Ladies,

Marmontel's Incas : or the Destruction of Peru,

208

Howard's State of the Prisons in England and Wales,

Dr. Dodd's Thoughts in Prisan,

218

Earl of Abingdon's Thoughts on Mr. Burke's Letter to the She-

riffs of Bristol,

A Letter to the English Nation on the present War with Ame-

: .rica,

229

An unconnected Whigg's Address to the Public,

ibid.

Considerations addressed to all Persons of Property in Great Bri-

tain concerning the present Disposition of the Americans, 230

Refed.ions on our present critical Situation,

ibid.

A Political Paradox,

ibid.

The Letters of Valens,

ibid.

Acts of the Legislature of 'Tobago,

ibid.

Dr. Downman's Infancy, ia didactic Poem,

ibid.

Essay on the Contrarieties of public Virtue,

231

The Gamblers, a Poem,

232

The Gamblers, a Poem, Canto II.

ibid.

Fashion, or a Trip to a Foreign C-t,

ibid.

The Inamoraro,

ibid.

Elegy on the Death of the Electrical Eel,

233

The Torpedo, a Poem,

ibid.

A Tear of Gratitude to the Memory of Dr. Dodd, ibid.

All the World's A Stage,

ibid,

Letter to the Matter, Wardens, &c. of the Corporation of Sur.

geons,

ibid.

Andrée's
ibid.

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Andrée's Effay on the Theory and Cure of the Venereal Gonor-

rhæa,

234

Swaine's Every Man his own Cattle Doctor,

ibid.

Dr. Fleming's Ingratitude of Infidelity,

ibid.

Browne's Evangelical History of Jesus Chrift,

235

Letter to Soame Jenyns, Efq.

Remarks on the ancient and present State of the Congregational

Churches of Norfolk and Suffolk,

ibid.

Remark's on Bifhop Hurd's Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese

of Lichfield and Coventry,

237

Anecdotes of the Emperor Joseph II.

238

Ward's System of Natural History,

239

History of Edward, Prince of Wales,

ibid.

Carracioli's Life of Robert, Lord Clive,

240

Brief Description of London and Westminster,

ibid.

A Letter to Meff

. Fletcher and Peach, on their Negociation with

Dr. Dodd,

ibid,

An Inquiry into Facts, and Observations thereon, ibid.

A Treatise on che Charade,

ibid.

Dr. Worthington's Eaquiry into the Case of the Gospel Demo-

niacks,

247.

Dr. Eaton's Sermons, Vol. II.

251

Dr. Fordyce's Addresses to Young Men,

273

Dr. Falck's Account and Description of an improved Steam En-

gine,

280

Labonettée's Method of curing the Venereal Disease by Fumi-

gation,

281

Lightfoot's Flora Scotica,

285

Curtis's Flora Londinenis, Fafciculus 1.

287

Account of the Tenia, and of the Method of treating it,

292

Dr. Higgios's Philosophical Effay concerning Light, Vol. 1.

294

Dr. Rutty's Materia Medica antiqua & nova, repurgata & illor-

urata,

298

Dr. Rutty's Observations on the London and Edinburgh Dispen-

fatories,

300

Loft's Observations on Wesley's second calm Address, 307

Reflections on the Rise, Progress, and probable Consequences
of the present Contentious with the Colonies,

ibid.
The Equity and Wisdom of Administration tried by the facred
Oracle,

ibid..
Remarks on the Evidence delivered on a Petition of the West In.
dia Planters, &c. to the House of Commons,

ibid.

Stephens's Principles of the Chriftian Religion,

ibid.

Sir John Pringle's Discourse on the Improvements of the Means

of preserving the Health of Mariners,

308

Wesley's History of England,

ibid.

Mentor's Letters addressed to Youth,

ibid.

The Poetica! Preceptor,

309

Genuine Memoirs of the Counters Dubarré,

A Prospect

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A Prospect from Barrow Hill,

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Crawford's Richmond Hill. A Poem,

310

Mount Pleasant, a descriptive Poem,

ibid.

Mason's English Garden, a Poem, Book II.

312

Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-seven,

313

The Rational Conduct of the Human Mind,

395

Elegiac Ode to the Memory of the Rev. Mr. Eccles, ibid.

Mickle's Sir Martyn, a Poem,

ibid.

The Sheep-Chearing; a dramatic Paftoral,

316

A Fairy Tale, taken from Shakespeare,

ibid.
CORRESPONDEnce.-Dr. Henry's Letter to the Critical Re.

viewers, 316—Answer to Dr. Henry, 318- Answer to a Let-
· ter from Norwich,

470

Efsays, Moral and Literary,

321

Dr. Motherby's Medical Di&tionary,

327

Sir Charles Whitworth's Register of the Trade of the Port of

London, Part I.

333

Thoughts on General Gravitation,

335

Dr. Hooper's Translation of Helvetius's Treatise on Man, 337

Dr. Harwood's Sermons on the Parable of the Sower,

341

Mrs. Vaucluse's Moral Dialogues, in Englith and French, 344

Dr. Caverhill's Explanation of the Seventy Weeks of Daniel, 348

Melmoth's Travels for the Heart,

349

The Canadian Freeholder, Vol. I.

353

Dr. Wilkes's Historical Essay on the Dropsy,

365

Dale's Supplement to Calculations of the Value of Annuities, 367

An Effay on the Legality of impressing Seamen,

369

Letters from Lord Chesterfield to Alderman George Faulkner,

&c.

377

Second Thoughts, or Observations on Lord Abingdon's Thoughts

on Mr. Burke's Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol,

379

Theological Survey of the Human Underftanding,

Dr. Simson's Treatise concerning Porisms,

383

Dr. Andrew Gray's Delineation of the Parables of our Blessed

Saviour,

Mudge's Differtation on the Inoculated Small Pox, ibid.

The Deffolation of America, a Poem,

ibid.

The Ciceroniad, a Poem,

393

Holcroft's Elegies on the Death of Samuel Foote, Esq. and on

Age,

395

The
Park,

396

Smeeton's Grove of Barzai,

ibid.

Verses written on several Occasions, by Judge Burnet, ibid.

The Quaker, a Comic Opera,

397

The History of Miss Maria Barlowe,

ibid.

Thistlethwaite's Child of Misfortune,

398

Trial of John Horne, Esq.

ibid.

Sketch of the Life and Character of Dr. Trevor, Bishop of Dur.

ham,

ibid.

Catalogue of the MSS. in the Cottonian Library,

399
Martyn's
477 The History of Eliza Warwick, The History of Melinda Harley, Yorkshire,

406

428

446

Martyn's Supplement to his Address to the Inhabitants of St. Anne, Westminster,

ibid. Carey's Rural Ramble,

ibid. A Key to the Lottery, 1777,

ibid. Letter from Mahommed Ali Chan, Nabob of Arcot,

401 Original Papers relative to Tanjore,

403 Original Papers transmitted by the Nabob of Arcot,

404" Cafe of the President and of the Council of Madrass, fairly state ed.

ibid. Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Pigot,

ibid. Impartial View of the Origin and Progress of the present Disputes in the East India Company,

405 Copies of Papers relative to the Restoration of the King of Tanjore, and the Arrest of Lord Pigot,

ibid. The Restoration of the King of Tanjore confidered, ibid. Lord Pigot’s Narrative of the Revolution at Madrafs,

405 Defence of Lord Pigot, Whitfeld's Conjectures on the Tyndaris of Horace,

415 Walker on the Doctrine of the Sphere,

417 Semple's Treatise on Building in Water,

421 Dr. Priestley's Harmony of the Evangelists, in Greek, Richardson's Dictionary, Persian, Arabic, and English,

433 Toulmin's Memoirs of the Life, &c. of Socinus, Dr. Moore's Elements of Midwifery,

454 Dr. Ogden's Sermons on the Ten Commandments,

456 Bicknell's Life of Alfred the Great,

461 Address to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania,

470 Case of the Commissary General of Provisions, &c. for the province of Quebec,

ibid Bath's Treatise on the Diseases of the Liver,

ibid. The Necessity of Divine Revelation, or Reason no Guide to Man,

471 Pope's Sermon, at Blackley, on Occasion of a Shock of an Earth quake,

ibid. Dr. Disney's Visitation Sermon at Lincoln, May 8, 1777, 472 The Windsor Stag, a Poem,

ibid. The Saints. A Satire,

473 Juftification. A Poem,

474 The Fate of Lewellyn,

ibid, Bagley; a Descriptive Poem,

ibid. The Prospect from Malvern Hill,

475 Percy, a Tragedy,

478 Mrs. Chapone's Letter to a new-married Lady,

ibid. Genuine Narrative of the Life and Theatrical Tranfactions of Mr. John Henderson,

479 Clarke's (S.) Letter to Dr. Price, Thoughts on the great Circumspection necesary in licensing Public Ale-houses,

ibid, THE

ibid.

ibida

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