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tween it and radical vinegar, tastrophe of that by which
Pil. de Rozier and de Romaine
creation, from an Indian hif. unhappy accid. investigated, ib.
tory of the world, 420. Barker, Mr. his barometrical and
mit, in M. Houel's Voyage Basaltes, remarkable rock of, in
ralytic cases, estimated by the
relative, what, 102. Beak, Bp. his character, 146. In-
flammation of, in closed vessels, white mountains in New Hamp-
his observations on
the Aurora Borealis, 393.. On
nips by drying, 470.
Bellendenus, some account of chat
three books De Statu, &c. ib.
nection, as a writer, with Steele,
which the flowers of zinc were acid, 553. Concerning the
highly instrumental, 333... preparation of caustic alkali,
tions on the methods of gradu. tion on spirit of wine, 554.
Bolfover castle, in Derbyshire, ac,
ners, and the state of their re- entertainments given there 10
Brain, diseases of, and accidents
that doctrine, 402.
Structure of, enquiry con-
edit of, 545
Butis, fanctuary of described, 567. Condorcet, M. his eulogies on some
French academy, 238.
his memoir on the
lative to some petrifactions curious exper. relative to, made
found near Maestricht, 106. at Hudson's Bay, 191.
later days to live on private
periments, as published in the D'Alembert, M. his eulogy, me•
Philosoph. Transactions, 193. moirs, and works, 238.
281. His method of getting the ocular spectra of light and
life and writings, 212.
periments at Hudson's Bay, re- ment, for a repeal of the tel,
&c. 347. Charged with nar-
lative to the Indians of North Douglas, Mr. his differt. on brass
instruments, &c. found in this
violent proceedings, in de
of marine clocks, relative to churches, &c. 84.
Drufes, a small independent na-
an Indian account of embassies banon, &c. curious acc. of, 626.
His E Ar, remarks on the diseaks
of fishes, curious account
count of his misrepresentations Eartb, the late fubfidence of a por-
of the Quakers, &c. 337. cion of, near Folkstone, 195.
acquaintance, and difference, with Flagg. See Patterson.
Egyptians, modern, their manners
described, 568. Monotonous
tenor of their lives, and ex.
cess of the mortality of males Ele&tricity, Van Marum's exper.
above that of females, 120. relative to, 581. His grand
both in furface and power, 582.
Extraordinary effects of, 583. GAs, inflammable. See Monge.
Gentil, M. his memoir on the
finities of subtances in spirit of Gilpin, Mr. his observ, on the
annual passage of herrings, 141.
Goodricke, Mr. bis observ. on a
ftar in the head of Cepheus, 30.
Gout, new theory of, and method
Grauchain, M. de, his observ, on
Gray, Mr. critical remarks on his
HAbakkuk, animated passage in,
concerning Christ, 15. Haggai, his prophecy relative to
troversy on that subject, 410-
concerning, 318. Compound. Hamilton, Sir W. his particulars
explained, 145. A new elec- covered in that neighbourhood,
Captain, his translation of Geeta, 200. His laudable en.
of Indian literature, 301. Pro-
accruing from a commercial ment, and publications pro and
Heat, philol. inveftigated, 319.
new hygrometer, 389. Sundry Herrings. See Gilpin.
of the optic pencil, 198.
X x 2
Kindley, Mr. his method of gra. Johnson, Dr. Samuel, his life,
duating astronomical instru- wich occasional remarks on his
biographer, by the Reviewer,
Translations. Jones, Sir Wm. his excellent cha-
His hymn to Nayarena, 417.
Josephus. See Haggai. See Temk
in that country aligned, 67.
worm in a horse's eye, 140. currences there, during the la:
recommended, 247. Commer-
of quilling an harpsichord, 470. with the happier ftate of the
commended, 601. The num- Presbyterians vindicated, in an-
disputed text in, 269.
composition of bone corrected, K Anne, a Swedish measure criti
cally adjusted, 367.
Kirwan's experiments on hepatic
On the colour
sulphur wells at Harrowgair,
remarkable rock and cascade in his collect. of theological tract
475. See also Watson.
Lapis calaminaris defined, 34.
Roman camps in Forfar, 432. augmentation of weight which
vited by Dr. Priestley, to a re- in combustion, 554. On pblo-
gifton, 555. On the action of
cated air) on the most refractory
relative to their nature and Law, Mr. his poetical reflections
on viewing the Mausoleom at
His extracts northern nations, account of,
Marratta State, short acc. of, 482,
by the Star Chamber, 211. Maskelyne, Dr. his notice of the
1532 and 1661, 118.
552. And colours. See Dar- Melina, views of its ruins since
the dreadful catastrophe of
nute shells, unnoticed by au- Metals, observ. on compounding
them, tinning, gilding, &c. 34.
his life, 570. His death, 572.
and changes of, from the 22d vaded them, 636. Dreadful
commanders of armies and
ed to the civil courts of law,
ful than beneficial to the un- Miller, Mr. his description of the
grotto at Swatara, 143.
Monge, M. his memoir concern-
ing the inflammation of de-
per. on the congelation of mable gas in closed vessels, 553.
For more, by M. Monge, see
sweet springs in America, 143. Montezuma, the sovereign of Mex-
Montgolfier. See Rozier.
of 200 guineas to the American Morgan, Dr. his account of the
silk worm, 139:
of a snake in a living
horse's eye, 140.
paper on the art of
making anatomical prepara-
pyed negro girl and a mulatto