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DDRESS to the Cocoa-Tree, Burn's Digest of the Milicia-
ALLEN's great Importance of the BV1E, Earl of, Reasons for his
ANALYSIS, political, of the -, Epiftle to,
Enquiry how far he merits
ANNOTATIONS on Horne's fer- the exalted character given him
mon at Oxford,
317 by the Briton,
72 - Reasons for making him a
ARDEN of Fevertham, 473 public Example,
ASCLEPIADES, Life of,
VALAS, John, his affecting
Aretti's Italian Grammar, CAYLEY's seraphical young Shep-
BAENES's Translation of Cicero's CHANDLER, Dr. Letter to, from
the Writer of the History of
Battie Aphorismi de Cognofcendis the Man after God's own Heart,
et Cur andis morbis, &c. 208
Battle of Lora, 157
Remarks on his
BERROW the pre-existent Discourse on the Sabbath, 316
Lapfe of the Soul, 78 CHIVALRY, Hurd's Letters on,
BickerStaff's Love in a Vil-
458 CHRISTIANITY true Deism, 32
BIRCH's Collection of Lord Ba- CHRIST's Temptations real Facts,
con's Letters, Speeches, &c. in answer to Farmer, 78
CHURCHILL's Ghost, Part Ill.
BROMLEY's Way 19 the Sabbath CICERO. On the compleat Orator,
234 translated by Barnes, 314
Brookes's Trial of the Roman COLONIÆ Anglicana Illustratr,
BUFFON's Natural History of the COMPARATIVE Importance of our
507 Elocution, Lectures on, by
ConsiderATIONS on the ap.
EMILE ; * ou de l'Education, par
on the Defign Rouffeau,
of the Act for registering poor Emilius and Sophia, or a new
System of Education, by Roul-
COUNTRY-Seat, a Collection of feau,
212, 258, 342.
21 ENGLISH's Observations on She-
80 ridan's Dissertation, 313
CUNNINGHAM, T. his Practice ENQUIRY into the Nature of Li-
of a Justice of Peace, 153
", J. his Contem-
into the Spirit and
platift, a Poem,
333 Tendency of Letters on The-
ron and Aspasio,
ALRYMPLE's Collection of
how far Lord Bute me.
Memorials and Letters in rits the exalted Character given
the Reign of James I.
Daniel's. 70 Wecks, Differta-
into the Merits of the
Lion on, by Parry, 318
DEIFICATION of the Fair Sex,
into modern Notions
387 of Freedom of Will, 434
DERBYSHIRE Gentleman's An-
into the Right to the
swer to the Cocoa-tree, 471 Territory Weit of the Miffi-
Derrick's Battle of Lora, 157 sippi,
Collection of Travels, EPISTLE to the D. of N-.e,
DESCRIPTION of the Spanish
to Lord Bute,
'Settlements in the West-Indies,
to the King,
387 Essay on Happiness, 228
of - Millenium
on the usual Diseases in
389 Voyages to the West Indics,
DESVOEUX's Efiay on Ecclesi-
on Accent and Quantity
Devour Meditations, by a Gen- in Pronunciation,
ib. Essays and Meditations, by a
DIALOGUES of the Dead, new, Phyfician,
24 EXAMINATION of the Commer:
of the Living, 154
cial Principles of the Negocia-
tion in 1;61,
DWARDI Prilegomena in Li-
Answer to Dito, 507
bros Veteris i ofiamenti Poe- EXPEDIENCY of a Peace,
EDWARDS's Treatise on religious Armer's Enquiry answered,
Enquiry into the free. FARTEWORTH's Translation of
dom of Will,
ELEMENTS of Criticism, by Lord Favourite, a political Epiille,
Concluded, FEMALE Pilgrim,
4to. and 8vo. Editions, 49 Heathcote's Letter to the Lord
Sir John, his Uni- Mayor,
Reply to Ditto, 385
Sarah, her Tranila. H. ME's Specimen of Methodik-
tion of Xenophon’s Memora- preaching,
171 HELP to the Study of the Scrip.
FLEMING on Adhetons of the
Lungs to the Pleura, 230 HEMLOCK, see STORCKE.
Formey, Principes de Morale, &c. HENAULT's Chronological Hit.
tory of France,
Foster, Judge, his Reports, 140 Hill's Vegetable System, Vols.
wir. his Essay on the II-IV.
different Nature of Accent and History of Carausius Emperor
FREE, Dr. his Petition to the Horne’s Se:mon at Oxford, An
FRENOY's Chronological Ta- HORSE, and other domestic Ans
473 mals, Natural History of, by
Arnor's Remarks on the HORSEMEN, Rules for,
Monthly Review, 387 Hudson's Fcra Anglica, 476
GENERATION, new Theory o!, HUNTER's Medical Commenta-
ries, Part I.
Gesner's Rural Poems, 127 Hurd's Letters on Chivalry
seleci Poems, 393
Ghost, a Poem, by Churchill, HYDROCELE, Part's Treatise on,
Part the llid.
Gieson on the Credivility of L Tasso,
INVINCIBLE Reasons for Lord
GIRARD's new Guide to Elo- Bute's Refignation,
217 Johnson's Review of the Pre-
GISBAL, an Hyperborean Iale,
bendary of Litchficld's. Ser-
GLOVER, Col. Proceedings on Jones's first Principles of Natu-
154 ral Philosophy,
GOSPEL Mcthod of being Righ: ITALIAN Grammar, by Baretti,
Guy's supplemental Observations Justice of Peace, by Cunning-
ARWOD on death-bed Re- Armrs, Lord, his Elements
HAVANNAH, Journal of the Siege
315 KEENE, Mrs. her Poems,
Account of Ditto,
ibid. ANG:10RNE's Visions of Fan-
389 LAYARD on the Bite of a Mad-
L'EALTH, kulcs for the Preserva.
457 LENOx, Mrs. ler Sophia, 173
LETTER to Dr. Chandler, from Lowth's Introduction to Gram-
the Historian of the Man after mar,
God's own Heart, 56 Lynch, Capt. his Trial at a
to the E. of E-
concerning Literary Pro-
Nated by Farneworth,
to the Author of the E- Mason's Elegies,
pistle to Lord Bute, 223 Massie's Account of the naval
to the P-D-
Power of France, 461
224 MEAD, Dr. his works in 410.
to a Member of the House
310 MEDICAL Obfervations and En-
to the Lord Mayor, 311 quiries, by a Society of Phyfi.
to Mr. Pitr, 383 cians in London, Vol. II. 98
to the Earl of H.
ibid. MEDITATIONS and Essays, by a
from Mr. Heathcote 10 Physician,
the Lord Mayor, &c. 384 MEMOIRS of the Bedford Cof-
one more, to the People
462 METHODIST . Preaching, Speci.
from Jonathan's to the men of,
463 MILLENNIUM Hall, Description
addrefied to the Lord of,
465 MINISTER of State, a Satire,
from the Cocoa . Tree,
470 Mirror for the Critics,
to the Whigs, 469 Modern Universal History, Vol.
from Arthur's to the Co. XXXII. XXXII.
to a Friend, against mar. XXXVII.
rying a Roman Catholic Lady, MOLLOY, Sarah, Narrative of
475 her (supposed) barbarcus tieat-
10 a Merchant at Brillol, ment,
477 Monchy's Elay on the usual
LETTER from a Member of Par- Difeases in Voyages to the
liament to his Friend,
LETTERS to two great Men, 156 MORELL’s Tbesaurus Græcæ Po.
from Sophia to Mira,
472 MUZEEN's Miscellanies, 160
LIBERTY of the Press,
MURPHY's Account of the Liie
Lillo's Arden, a Tragedy, 473
LITERARY Property, Letier con-
Enquiry into the Na
New Dialogues of the
Vindication of, 176 Nugent's Translation of He.
1 ve in a Village, a comic Ope- nault's Chronological History