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1688 Dr. Ralph Cutworth, Somersetshire : Intelle&tual System. 89 Dr. Thomas Sydenham, Dortctthire : history of Phyfic.
Dr. Bonet, Geneva: eleven tragedies - Barclay, Edinburgh : apology for the Quakers. 91 Robert Boyle, natural and experimental philofophy, &c.
Sir George M.Kenzie, Dundee : antiquities and laws of Scotland. 05 John Tillotson, Archbishop of Canterbury; Halifax: 250 sermons.
Antonietta de la Gardie Des Houlieres, Paris : poetry. -- Marcellus Malpighy, Bclogna: discovered the circulation of sap in plants -- Puffendorf, Upper Saxony: jurisprudence and history, 95 H'Herbelot, Paris : Bibliotheque orientale. - Huygens, Hague : mathematics and altronomy. 96 John de la Bruyere, France : characters. - Marchionefs De Sevigne, France : letters. 97 Sir W. Temple, London: politics and polite literature. 98 John Dryden, Northamptonshire : 27 tragedies and comedies, fatyric
poems, ode on Saint Cecilia's day, &c. -- Thomas Creech, Dorferihire : translations, 1703 Mafcaron, Marseilles : funeral orations.
4 John Locke, Someriethire : philosophy, government and theology. - Bocconi, Palermo : natural history. -- Boffuet, Dijon : discourse upon universal history, funeral orations, &c. -- Boudalouc, France : fermons. 5 John Ray, Eflex : botany, natural philofophy and divinity. 6 Bailer, Picardy: judgments of the learned, biography, &c. ! 7 George Farquhar, Londonderry : 8 comed:es.
Rev. James Saurin, Sermons, tra&ts, fit. 8 John Philips, Oxfordshire : Splendid Shilling and other poems. 9 Thomas Cornicle, brother to Peter : tragedies. 12 Boileau, Paris : satires, epiltles, art of poetry, the Lutrin, &c. - Caffini, Italy : astrononiy. 13 Ant. Ath. Cooper. E. of Shaftsbury : characteristics. 14 Gilbert Burnet, Edin. Bithop of Salisbury : history, biography, &c. 15 Malebranche, Paris, philof phy. 16 Francis de Salignac De la mothe Fenelon, archbp. of Cambray, Perigord :
Telemachus, dialogues ef the dead, demonstrations of the being of God. -- Leibnits, Leiplic : philosophy &c. 18 Nicholas Rowe, Devonshire, 7 tragedies, translat. of Lucan's Pharsalia. 19 Rev. John Flamstead, Derbyshire : mathematics and aitronomy. - Joseph Addison, Wiltshire : Spectator, Guardian, tragedy of Cato, &c. - Dr. John Keill, Edinburgh: mathematics and astronomy. 19 Sir Samuel Garth, Yorkthire : poetry. 26 Anne Dacier, France: translation of Homer, Terence, &c. 21 Matthew Prior, London : poems and politics. 23 Fleury, Paris : history.
- Bayle, Foix : historical and critical diftionary. 25 Kapin de Th yras, Languedoc : history of England. 27 Sir Isaac Newton, Lincolnshire, mathematics, geometry, astronomy, &c. 28 Father Daniel, Rouen : history of France. 29 Rev. Dr. Samuel Clarke, Norwich: mathematics, divinity, &c.
Sir Richard Steele, Dublin : four comedies, papers in Tatler, &c. - William Congreve, Staffordshire : seven drama ic pieces. 32 John Gay, Exeter : poems, fables and eleven dramatic pieces. 34 Dr. John Arbuthnot, Mearnthire : medicine, coins, politics. 35 Vertot, France : revolutions of Rome, Portugal, Sweden, &c. 38 Dr. Boerhave, Leyden: botany, &c. 40 Ephraim Chambers, England : Cyclopædia. 41 Rollin, Paris : history, belles-letters. - John Baptiste Rousseau, Paris : odes, epistles, epigrams, comedies, letters - Le Sage, Britaney: Gil Blaís, &c. 42 Dr. Edmund Halley, Lordou, natural philofophy, astronomy, navigation. 43 Masillon, France : fermons.
Richard Savage, London: tragedy, &c. 44 Alexander Pope, London: poems, letters, translations of Homer,
1745 Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dublin : prems, politics and letters. 46 Colin M’Daurin, Argylethire : Algebra, view of Newton's philosophy. 47 Rev. Jonathan Dickinson, president of Princeton College : divinity. 48 James Thompson, Roxburyihire, Seasons and other pieces. - Rev. Dr. Ifaac Watts, Southampton : logic, philofoply, Pfalms, &c. - Dr. Francis Alutcheson, Ireland : system of moral philosophy. 50 Rev. Dr. Conyers Middleton, Yorkihire: life of Cicero, &c.
Andrew Baxter, Old Aberdeen : metaphyfics and natural philofophy. 51 Lord Bolingbrobe, Surry : philofophy, metaphytics and politics. 52 Rev. Dr. Doddridge : family expolitor, lectures, fermons, &c. 54 Dr. Richard Mead, London : on peiton, plague, small-pox, medicine, - Henry Fielding, Somersethire : Tom Jones, Joseph Andrews, &c. 55 Montesquieu, Buurdeaux : fpirit of laws, grandeur and declension of the
Romans, Priian letters, &c. 56 W. Collins, Chichester : poetry. - Weil, England : tranilation of Pindar, poems. 57 Reaumur, Rochelle : natural history of Insects. - Rev. Aaron Burr, president of Princeton College : Answer to Emyin's
Humble Inquiry, Sermons. - Colly Cibber, London : plays. 58 Rev. Jovarhan Edwards, president of Princeton college : divinity, me
taphyfics. 60 Rev. Samuel Davies, president of Princeton college : fermons. 61 Sherloch, bishop of London : fermons. - Houdley, bishop of Winchester : fermons. - Richardton, London : Grandifon, Clarilla, Pamela. - Rev. Dr. Juhui Leland, Lancashire : answer to deittical writers. 63 Wm. Shenkone, Shropshire : poems. 64 Rev. Chas. Churchill, England: Rofiad, satires. 65 Rev. Dr. Edward Young: Night Thoughts, and other poems, &c.
Robert Sinton, Glasgow : Conic Sections, Elucliad, Apollonius. 66 Rev. Dr. Samuel Finley, president of Princeton college : fermons, tra&s - Rev. Thomas Clapp, prelident of Yale college : fermons, tracts. 67 Dr. Alexander Monro, Edinburg: anatomy of the bones, anatomical .
and medical essays. - Metastatio, Italy : dramatic pieces, A. 68 Rev. Laurence Sterne, Dublin : 45 sermons, Sentimental Journey, Tris.
tram Shandy, - William Cunningham, Ireland : pastorals, &c. 69 Robert Smith, Lincolnshire ; harmonies and optics. 78 Dr. Marit Akenfide, Newcaitle upon Tyne: poems.
Dr. Tobias Smollet, Dumbartonshire : history of England. 71 Thomas Gray, London : poems. 23 Earl of Cheilerfield : leiers.
George lord Littleton, Worcestershire : history of England. 74 Oliver Goldsmith, Roscommon, in Ireland : History of the Earth and
animated nature, Citizen of the World, efl'a.s. - Hon. Peyton Randolpa, fir proficient of the American congress. 75 Dr. John Hawkefwerth: etiais. 76 David Hume, Merse, Scotlard: history of England, efsays. -- James Ferguson, Aberdeenshire : alirunemi, 77 Samuei Foote, Cornwall: play's. 78 Voltaire, Paris: the Henriad, an epic poem, dramatic pieces, poetry,
history, literature in gene.dl. - Rev. Dr. Elliot, Boston: fernirs. 79 David Ganik, Heri ford : an. - W li arburton, wiwp of Girucefer : divine lega'ion of Moses, and
Vari. us other worn. 8o Sir William Blackstone, jeste of the court of common pleas, London:
commentaries on the laws <f Erland Dr. Jolin Fothergili, Yor: tnire : philofophy and medicine. - Jas. Harris : Hernies, philological enquiries, philofophical arrangements - Guv. Hucchinion, Maliaciulets i hitory.
1782 Thomas Newton, bishop of Bristol, Litchfield: discourses on the pro
phecies, and other works. - Sir John Pringle, bart. Koxborougshire : diseases of the army. - Henry Home, lord Kaimes, Scotland: elements of criticism, sketches of
the history of Man, principles of equity, of morality, art of think.
ing, hints on education, gentleman farmer, &c. 83 Dr. William Hunter, Lanerkshire : anatomy. John James Rosseau, Geneva : Emilius, a treatise on education, di&tion.
ry of Music, new Heloise, &c. 84 Dr. Samuel Johnson, Litchfield : English di&tionary, biography, died
Dec. 13. aged 71. 85 Wm. Whitehead, poet laureat : poems and plays. -- Dr. Thomas Leland, Ireland : history of Ireland, &c. 86 Dr. Gilbert Stuart, Edinburg: history of Mary queen of Scots, hiftory
of the reformation, &c. 87 Rev. Dr. Chauncey, Boston: complete view of the episcopacy from the
fathers, falvation for all men, Termons, tra&s, &c. 88 The count de Buffon, Paris : natural history. 90 James Bowdoin, gov. Massachusetts : philofophy, politics. --- William Livingston, gov. New Jersey : eslays, poetry, politics. - Dr. Benjamin Franklin, Boston: ele&ricity, natural philosophy: died
Aug. 17, aged 84. 91 Rev. John Wesley, divinity, miscellanies. 92 Henry Laurens, South Carolina : president of congress, died Dec. 20. 93 George Campbel, D. D. Aberdeen: on the miracles of Jesus, rhethoric. 94 John Hancock, one of the first presidents of congress, and afterwards
gov. of Massachusetts. - Marquis de Beccaria : on crimes and punishments, died Nov. 27. - Rev. John Witherspoone, president of Princeton college, sermons 97 David Rittenhouse L. L. D. President of the philosophical society at
Philadelphia, died June 20 98 Rev Samuel Buell D. D. Eait-Hampton Long Island - Rev Mr Manning D D president of Rhode Illand college - Benjamin Foster D D pattor of first Baptist church N York, August 26 - Dr E. H. Smith, of New York, eminently diftinguished as a Physician
and a general scholar, died September 19 - Dr Cooper of Philadelphia, physician
Dr Sayre, do do - Rev Jeremy Belknap D D at Boston, historian - Rev John Clark D D Boston, fermons, essays - John B. Hicks D M. eminent for his skill in surgery and anatomy, died
September at New-York 99 Rev John Blair Smith D Dlate president of Union college, Schenectady
died August 22 - Patrick Henry, efq of Virginia, one of the American envoys to France - Increase Sumner, governor of Massachusetts - Dr Perkins eminent for his metallic points, died Sept 5th New York
Page Beasts and birds in N. America 37 Beunos Ayres
430 Acapulco 460 Bethlehem
333 Albany, city
Beaver, description of
13 Alatamaka, river
Black river Alexandria, city
262 Allegany mountains 336 Bolton city
240 Allegany river 335 Boquet river
297 Amazonia 484 Brazil
477 Ambuscade and Boston frigates Bridge-town, Barbadoes 492 engaged
161 · Britilla doninions in America 11 America in general 1 Brunswic, New-Jotey
324 - south
4 ---- - Georgia
323 American navy
201 Annapolis, city
455 Antigua illand 493 Camden
430 Appamatoc river
399 Augusta, city
Canonicut Illand American revolution, its rise 52 Cape Breton
22 Meeting of the first congress 61.Com.
Ann mencement of hoftilities 65 Battle of Henlopen Lexington do. Asion of Bunker-bill - May 66. Conference with Indians 71. Af Carlisle
333 fault of Quebec 74 Declaration of Catoque lake
299 independence 78 Action at Flat. Cayenne
480 buíh 84 White plains 86 Tren Chili
471 ton 86 Brandy wine Creek 89 Chesapeak bay
379 Bennington 91 Sullwater 92 Sur Chenreliee river
299 render of Gen. Bugoyne 93 Phila Charlestown, city delphia evacuated 05 Action at Charles's river Freehold 95 Arrival of a French Cod fishery Fleet 95 Stoney Point taken 100 Columbia
430 Expedition on the river Penobscot Connecticut river
217 100 Attack on Charleston 103 De- ------- Aate preciatinn of paper currency 106 A Conception city
473 fecond French Heet arrives at Rhode Copiapo
ib illand 108 General Gates defeated Colawhatchie city
430 action at Catawba fords 109. Gen. Crown point Arnold turns traitor 109 Major An- Cumberland river
406 dre 109 American army disaffected Cuico
470 un Col. Tarleton defeated at Ninety fix 112 Action at Guildford court. Delaware river house 114 Action at Camden 116 -------- flate Do. Eaia Springs 118 Action be. Ticks river tween the Pri:iih and French Heets Denisica Idland
4:36 119 Surroider of the Britih at Dover cry York-Town 120
Duck Creek crofs roads
- 3-8 Edenton Barbadocs
Page Elkharn river Elizabeth-town,
305 Erie, Lake
34 La Plata, see Paraguay, Efopus, lee Kingston
346 Ekimeaux Indians
405 Expenditure,civil lift of the Unit Lexington
404 ed Siates
Lighthouse on Cannonicut iland 261
biking river Fayetteville
416 Lima or Los Reyes Federal Conttitution,
123 Litz Finances of the United States 151 Long-Iland Florida, Eat and West
449 Louisborough harbor Forts, belonging to the United
378 Los Charios Fredericksburgh
Main, diftri&t of
34 Maphafuck river Georgia, history of
Maryland, history of
377 Georgetown, Maryland
378 · Massachusetts, itate S. Carolina
430 Martha's Vineyard General View of the U. States 417 Mexico, old
457 Goose pond,
292 Greatkanhawa river,
406 Miami river Great Bay,
Middleton Green river
406 Middle States in general Greenville
416 Milford Grenada Iland
494 Mirchegon lake H
Montgomery, general Hackinsack river, 327 Montreal
378 Mohawk river Halifax,
416 Muskingum river Harrifourg
Nansemond river Hilborough
Nantucket island Hackhocking river
Narraganset bay Housatonick river
333 Hudion's bay company
Navy lift of the U. States the countries bordering on
New-Brunswic Huron, Lake
New France-See Canada
New-England states in general 215 James Wand
New Hampthire, ftate
229 river Newburyport
240 Jamaica 489 Newport
206 Illinois river
New Haven Indians on Hudson's bay 14 New-London
ib about the five great lakes 4.0 New-York state - their religious opmions 43
city - their warfare
New Jersey, ftate
Newburgh, about 70 miles N. of Kappawack Iiland
New-York city, contains upKentucky, history of
upwards of 100 houses, a court. itate described
house, 2 presbyterian churches river
and an academy. Kennebeck river 254 Newbern city
415 Kingiton 305 New Lebanon Springs
310 Knoxville 422 New Orleans