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NAvigation, early state and pro- Peter the Long, his relation how
gress of, among the ancients, he fell in love with Blancbe Ba-
In the middle ages, 615. zu, 512•
different periods within the laft Philosophy, natural, several exper,
in, by Dr. Priestley, &c. 134.
authors rel. 10, 563, et seq. His. the theory of combustion and
bis determination of the
on the tranfit of Mer.
the earth, 560. On the births,
and thunder-forms, 389. Theo- 561.
ry of water-spouts, 390. Plumbum corneum, how prepared,
plained, 143. Optical problem Poetry, ancient Scottish, obs. on
proposed, and answered, 144. the origin of, 124. Several an-
cient Scottish poets noticed, 128.
different periods, 216.
ed by S. Johnson for his info. Excellent bill for their relief and
-, state of, in England and
Edw.III. to the present time,215.
Indian hift, of the world, 420.
Indian cale, 419
edition of the Tatler, 22.
Acland's plan for the benefit of
the poor, 65.
bis idea of the doctrine of
10 wind, water-spouts, tornados, rison of the Athanasian and So-
cinian systems, ib.
Prophets, Jewish, account of their Shakespeare defended againft Vol.
taire, &c. 173.
birth and nature of Christ, 227. the coinage of England, 430. Pruffia, late king of, his laudable Shells. See Lightfoot.
aichievemeots in the time of Sheridan, Mr. his oratorical talents peace, 43.
panegyrized, 66. verses to, by Mr. Pye, 509.
whole progress of, from his familiar letters com
the egg to the cocon, 139. mended, 578. Specimens of, ib. Slate, Weltmoreland, its nature
and uses, 34. QUaker, dialogue betw. one and smeaton, Mr. his obs. on the graa French petit maitre, 326. duation of astronomical instru.
ments, 29. RAgonauth Row, particulars of Snake in a living horse's eye, achis history, 482.
count of, 140. Representative in parliament, na.. Solomon's Song, critical observa. ture of that trust, 114.
tions relative to, 26. Riefbeck, M. his account of Vienna, Stars, obf. on. See Goodricke,
609. His travels commended, Pigott, Herschell, Mayer, Ritten611.
house. Rittenhouse, Mr. his magnetic ex. Steele, Sir Richard, story of his
periments, 142. His expl. of want of economy, 23. Of his an optical deception, 143. His conduct in the management of solution of an optical problem, his periodical publications, ib. 144. His new method of placing Subm, M. de, his correspondence a meridian mark, 217. His ob- with the late K. of Prullia, 578. servations on a comei, ib. Sulpbur and Phosphorus, reflections
his astronomical obr. on the increase of their weight 219. Account of a remarkable
in combustion, 554. meteor, 393•
Sunday Schools recommended, 181,
Scotland, 431. Of their camps ment, 436.
Swatara, defcript. of the grotto
Sweet Springs. See Maddison. Rose, Dr. story of his dispute with Swift, Dean, his enmity toward Dr. Johnson about the Scotch Lord Wharton, 24. His hawriters, 375
tred of Walpole, ib. Story of Rozier, M. de, bis unhappy ca- his attempt to ravish one of his
tallrophe, by ascending in a parishioners, ib.
fortune accounted for, 331. T'Aormino, sketch of the beauties Rush, Dr. his inquiry into the in- of that fine country, 602. Re.
crease of bilious and intermittent markable antiquities there, 603.
to that work during its first
publication, 23-25. New edir. SAdi, a story from bis Guliftan of, much obliged to Dr. Percy, ib. translated, 422.
Temple of Jerusalem, Haggai's Sea compass, improvement of, 467. prophecy, and Jofephus's acc. See also Patterson.
of, critically investigated, 54.
Controverty Controversy on this fubje&t nov Unitarianism, historically defende fubafting, 416-714
marriage with Ms. Fizher. Thermometer. See Wedgwood. See .
bert averred as a fat, 514..'' Barker,
legal ty also asserted, ib. Aod Tbevenot's account of his journey affirmed to be advantageous for
from Cairo 10 Suez, reprinted this country, 51;.
Wargentin, M. a character of em: Thompson, Sir Benj. bis now exper. nence in the learned world, 238. on heat, 190.
Waring, Dr. on infinite series, jo.
and France, investigated, 162– jectures on, 391.
Watson, Bp. his account of his Treljan, Count, his literary cha- chemical pursuits, 32. Of bis ra&er, 238.
renouncing them, and burning Turgot, M. his life, 629. His ex- his books, ib. His notion of
cellent character, 631. Dismissed national frength and happinels,
measuring the higher degrees of V Apours, watery, philosophy and heat, 188.
mechanical effeats of, 313. Werfleir, his objections to the an. Considered as expanfible fluids,
tiquity of the Alexandrian Greek 317.
Teft. refuted, 546.
ed at Newbury, in Massachu- scribed, 138.
Wilkins, Ms. his extraordinary me-
con's obs. on the present state of of his owo making, 300, 592. that volcano, 19;.
Williams, Mr. his obf. of the trag. Vicq D’Azyr, M. continuation of fit of Venus in 1769, 219.
his researches concerning the -, his exper. on evaporaa structure of the brain, 559.
rion, &c. 392. Vienna, character of the inhabit. Wit, a species of evil-Speaking, 495 ants of, 609.
Wright, Dr. on the antisepuc vise
the Itudy of the Arabic lan. rine salt, combined, 294.
young, Mr. Arthur, his character Vince, Mr. his ne v method of as an agricultoral writer appre
finding fuents, &c. 119, ciated, 40. His anuals charac. Viper, remedies for the bite of, terized, ib.
575. Exper. rel. 10, 576. Vifion; Sec Darwin, Ellict, Hir. Zlac, eflicacy of the Aowers of Jcbel.
in the cure of the asthma, 333. END OF VOL. LXXVI.
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