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224

Bucbanan on the Fishery of Great Bri. Du Gouvernement, des Moeurs, & des Cone

tain,

44

ditions en France avant la Revolution,

Budwortb's Siege of Gibraltar,

534
Bulam. See Montefiore, Jobanfen. Dumouriez. See Heron.
Burges's Letter to Paine,

458 Duquery's Speech,
Burrell, Lady, the Thymbriad; 37 Durnford and East-Reports,

Telemachus, ib.

102

E

с

Eadon's Arithmetical Repository, 93

C, Comte de, Residence in France, Edwards's Sermon,

238
506 Electricity. See Morgan.
Cancer. See Ewart,

Eliot's Letters to the Yeomanry, 223
Cappe's Faft Sermon,

473 Elpbinstone's Correspondence, 152
Caroline Merton,

329 English Constitution. See Albrecbe.
Cary's new Map of England and Wales, Erskine's Speeches on the State Trials,
177

453

Cafoux, Marquis de, on Taxes, 184. 493 Efe's Journey through Flanders, &c. 553

Cbefter, Bp. of, De Rbyebmo Græcorum, 235 Ewart's Cafes of ulcerated Cancer of the

Clapbam's Visitation Sermon, 238 Mamma,

308

's Sermon,

239

's Faft Sermon,

473

F

Coffee boufe, a Poem,

223
Colls's Poetical Epiftle to Miss Woll. Falconbridge, Mrs. Voyages to Sierra
ftonecraft,

463 Leone,
Colman, Mr. Particulars of his Life, 352 Falconer's Tracts relative to Natural
-, jun. Mountaineers, 440

Hiflory,

305

Colonization. See Wadstrom.

Farmers, Instructions to,

93

Commercial Interests. See Langworlby. Farlber Testimonies to Brothers, 467

Confifcation confidered,

448 Fast Sermon in Norfolk,

475

Conic Sections. See Newton,

Ferrand on Social Revolution, 538

Confiderations on Obje&tions to Peace, Fever, See Fordyce,

339

Filtration. See Peacock.

Confiderations sur la Revolution Sociale, Fines, &c. See Cruise.

538 Fishery. See Bucbanan.

Cooke's Monarchy no Creature of God's Firzwilliam, Earl, Tracts relative to his

making,

208 Government of Ireland, 449, 450

CORRESPONDENCE wirb obe Re- Flammenberg's Necromancer, 465
viewers, 120. 239-240. 358-360. Ford on the Hip Joini,

421
477–480.

Fordyce on Simple Fever,

279
Corfica. See Address.

Foreign Literature, 184. 192. 481-546
Count Roderic's Castle,

466 Fox's Speech on the State of the Nation,
Ciwley, Mrs. the Town before you, 329

447

Gruise on Fines and Recoveries, 85 France, Ten Months' Residence in, 506

Crumb of Comfort,

350

on the Governmeni, &c. of, bc-

Crumpe on Opium,
68 fore the Revolution,

534

Cucumber. See M Pbail.

--, History of,

577

Cumberland's Jew, a Comedy,

153

Frencb Revolution, Tra&s relative to

's Wheel of Fortune, 437

the, 200. 206. 208. 209. 210. 214.

Curiofities of Literature,

415 217, 219. 287. 393. 472. 506. 5201

540.
Frere Cberenfi, Ode sur la Guerre, 464

De Rbyromo Græcorum,

235

G

Dialogue between a corrupt Burgess, &c.

209

Garden of iNeworth,

351

Doddridge's Le&tures,

145

Genevo. See Ivernois.

Drennan's Letter to Earl Fitzwilliam, Gibraltar, Siege of, a Poem, 224

450

Gilbank's Fast Sermon,

476

Drowned Persons, See Hamilson, Gillum of the Origin of the War, 102

Girtanter

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Girtanzer on the French Revolution, 520 Jepbson's Roman Portraits,

13

Golden Age, a poetical Epiftle, 462 Impey's Infructor Clericalis,

85

Goldson on a Passage between the Atlantic Incbbald's, (Mrs.) Wedding Day, 223

and Pacific Oceans,

18 In morto di Ugo de Bafville, 513

Goodenoug b's Fat Sermon, 355 Inquiry inco Bro! hers's Pretenfioas, 348
Gordon's Terraquea, Vol. II. 231 Fobanjen's Account of Bulam, 104
Grammont, Comte de, Mémoires du, 544 Jobnfton on St. John,

149
Grofe's Fast Sermon,
356 Jones's Faft Sermon,

356

Ireland. See M Kenna.

Ireland's Tour on the Medway, 65

d'Israeli's Curiofities of Literature, 4'5
Italian Grammar,

529
Habeas Corpus AA, Abftra& of, 339

d'lvernois on the Revolution at Geneva,
Halbed's Testimony to Brothers, 345

200
-, Letter to, 349.469. See Horne.
Hamilton on recovering drowned Per.

K

fons,

341

--, Comte,--Mémoires du Comte de Kentish's Letter to White, 343
Grammont,

544 Kinder fey's Specimeas of Hindoo Lite-
Hannibal. See Wbitaker.

rature,

561

Hardy's Trial,

87 Kippis's edit. of Doddridge's Ledures,

Harrison's Infant Vision of Shakspeare,

145

106

Harwood's Sermons,

156

L

Hay's Sermon, Jan. 30,

357

., W. Erg, bis Works, 425 Lary's Garden of Iseworth,

351

Hayley's Life of Milton,

Lally Tolendal, Comte de, his Tragedy of

Heigb-bo for a Husband,

225

the Earl of Strafford,

515

Heary Stokely,

230 Langwortby on the Commercial Intereits

Hero, a Poetical Epifle,

106 of Great Britain,

295

Heron's Letlers between Dumouricz, La Souriciere,
Pache, &c.

214

Lauderdale, Lord, his Letters,
Hill, Sir Richard, Detection, &c. 236

Law's Answer to Princep,

87

Speech,

339

Legb's Fart Sermon,

475

-'s (N.) Faft Sermon,

474 Letrer to the Attorney and Solicitor Ge-

Hindoo Literature, Specimens of, 561 nerad,

101

Hip-joint. See Ford.

on Holcroft's Letter,

340

Historical Account of Britich Regiments to Mr. Halhed,

in Holland,

-- to Mr. Sheridan,

444

Hipoty. See Robertson. See Beckford.

from a young Prince, 449

Hodškinson's Instructions to Farmers, 93 to Ms. Pier,

ib.

Holcrofi's Narrative of Facts, 79

second, to the Landholders of

i's Letter to Windham, 204

Wilts,

Holland's Sermons,

76 Letters to the Duke of Portland, 207

Holland, British Regiments ferving in, --- to the People of Great Britain,

Hillcrical Account of,

Horae's Sound Argumeni, &c.

of Dumouriez,

214

Borne Tooke's Trial,

453

Leverian Museum described, 47
Hunter's Museum, Address relative to, Levi's Letters to Halhed,

469
353
Lincoln, Bishop of, his Charge,

454
Huntington's lying Prophet,

468 Lindei's Report on the Siate of France,

Hurd, Bishop, General Preface to Bishop

Warburton's Works,

323 Linné, Life of,

Hutton's Differtation on Natural Philo- Linnéan Society. See Tranfa&tions.
fopby,

246 Literary and Critical Remarks, 116
Hydrocele. See Bell,

Llangunnor Hill, a Poem,

460

London, Bishop of, his Charge, 345

Lock before you leap,

349

I

Lounger's Common Place-Book, Vol.

Mi.

71

Jackson's Speech, Jan. 21, 383 Lyons, Narrative of the Siege of, 214,
Idea of the State of France, 287

217

M'Kenna's
Recene and remarkable Predictions, 467

119

157

349. 469

232

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221

466

28, 159

cles,

M Kenna's Efrays relative to Ireland, 96 Pacific Temper of the Priefhood, a Falt
Mackenzie's Sketch of the War with Tip- Sermon,

354

poo,

25

Paine, Thomas, Traas relative to, 217,

MNeille's Dogmatism exposed; Answer

458
to Paine,

217

Pollas on Russian Sheep,

M'Pbail on the Cucumber,

--'s Travels,

481

Mancbeffer. See Walker.

Parifan, a Novel,
Map. See Cary:

Peace, Thoughts on,

540
Mary Queen of Scots, Hiftory of, 277

See War.
Materialism. See Tattersall.

Peacock on Filtration,

278
Martbew. See Williams.

Pearce's Netley Abbey,
Medical Observations,

558

ur's Arrived at Portsmouth,

Medway, Tour on,

65 Pearson on different Airs,

Meteorologiff's Alicant,

223

Peci Moss. See Anderson.
Milan Society, Tranfaâions of, SOI

Peretii's Italian Grammar,

529

Milki's Well-bred Scholar, 125

Pow's Plan for the Prevention of Poo

Milion's Works and Life,

verty,

JOY

Monk's Agricultural Dictionary, 454 Peyronie's TranNation of Pallas's Traveli,
Monrefore's Account of the Expedition to

481
Bulam,

103 Philadelpbia. See Tranfa&tions,

Montgaillard on the Neceffity of conti- Philosopbical Transactions, Part I. for

nuing the War,

98 1794,

55. 135

Moore's Ramble,

575 Picturesque Tour to the Pennine Alps,
Morals, See Benibam.

62

Morgan on Electricity,

See Price, Repron, Sketch.

Mojer's Anecdotes of Brothers, 347

Plutarcb. See Nortbmore,

's Adventures of Tim, Twig, 465

Pneuma:ic Apparatus described,

Mountain-ers,

440

Poems. See Jepbson, Burrell, Harrison,

Mountmorres, Lord, Letters of Themilto. Preston, Budwortb, Bowles, Tbelwall,

470

Bidlake, Colls.

Mousetrap,

119

Polyænus. See Sbepberd.

Muscular Motion. See Pugb.

Poverty. See Pew.

Musgrave, Sir R. Letter on Public Afa Preston's Poetical Works,

166

fairs,

429
Price on the Picturesque,

315
's Letter to Repton,

428

N

Prieftley's Heads of Le&tures,

270

's Discourses,

380

Nasional Advocates, a Poem, 226

See Observations.

Natural History. See Falconer,

Princep. Sce Law.
Natural Philosophy. See Hurton.

Prodigal,
Navy. See Nichols.

Propbecies of the Times,

351

Necromancer, a Tale,

465 Prophecy. See Brorbers.

Notley Abbey,

Public Affairs. See Musgrave,
Newcombe, Bishop, on the English Bib. Pugb on Muscular Morion, 183
lical Translations,

241
Newion on Cunic Sections,

389

Nichols on Timber for the Navy,

173

R

Nicbolson's Efays on Theological Suba

jects,

459

Rage, a Comedy,

332

Noribmere's Plutarch,

Remble through Holland, France, and

Italy,

575

Reasons for quitting a Neighbourhood,

O

233

Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Reeves on the Grounds of Wilkes's and
Prieilley,

118 Boydell's Petition for Peace, 101
Offspring of Russell,

229
Relation du Siege de Lyon,

214
Opium, See Crumpe.

Reipb on a new Species of Bark, 181

Omrlene of a Coma.entary on Revelations, Remarks on Observations on the Report

456

of the Commities,

88

Repertory

112

110

Repertory of Arts,

147 Tattersall on Anatomical Doctrines in

Repron's Letter to Price,

320
favour of Materialism.

344
Republics. See Adams.

Taxes. See Cofaux,

Revelations. See Mattbews, Jobafon, Telemacbus tranNated into Verle,

37

Ourline.

Teutbold's Translation of the Necro.

Revolation. See Ferrand.

mancer,

465

Reynolds's Rage, a Comedy,

332
Tbanet, Tour through,

471

Ricbier's Medical and Surgical Observa. Tbewall's Poems,

(225

tions,

558 Tbemistocles, Letters of,

470

Robertson's History of Mary Queen of Thermometer. See Sixo

Scots,

277 Tboug bis on the French Conftitution, .

Robinson's Sydney St. Aubin,
229

208
Roman Portraits,

Three Pindaric Essays,

108
Royal Captives,
112 Tbymbriad,

37
Timber. See Nicbois,

S

Tippoo. See Mackenzie,

Titbes politically considered,

Sanders's Edition of Atkyns's Reports, Tolfrey's Answer to Twining, 89. 338

85 Tooke. See Horne,
Satis's Edition of Holder's System, 351 Toplady's Course of Prayer,
's Tbemes Francois,

ib. Tour through the Idle of Thanet, 471

-'s Classical Exercises,

ib. Town before You,

329

's Guide to do.

ib. Tranfa&tions of the Society for Arts, &c.

Sejour de dix Mois en France, 506 Vol. XII.

51

Sermons, collective. See Holland, Har.

of the American Philolo.

wood, Priefley, Wintle, Stilling fleet. phical Society, Vol. III. concluded,

-, Single, 120. 237-239: 357

19%

Fast, 119. 354-357. 473

of the Linnéao Society,

476

Vol. II.

264

Sbaver's New Sermon for the Faft, 357

of the Patriotic Society of

Sbow's Museum Leverianum, 47

Milan,

501

Sbeep, Ruffian. See Pallas.

of the College of Phyficians

Sbepberd's Translation of Polyænus, 573 of Philadelphia,

531

Sberidan, Mr. Letter to, 444 Trapp's Translation of Stoever's Life of

Sibly's Trial of Hardy,

87

Linné,

1

Sieira Leone. See Falconbridge. Travels. See Pallas, Efe, Sorbeby.

Signs of the Times, Part II.

457

Travis's Letters to Gibbon,

218

Sinclair, Sir John, Statist. Account of Trial of Hardy,

87

Scotland, Vols. VIII-XIII.

114

of Horne Tooke,

453

Six on Thermometers,

93

-, Hill », Woolley,

236

Sketch from the Landscape,

Biscoe v. Gordon,

337

Smith's (Mrs.) Banifhed Man, 133 Twining's (Richard) Speech,

Sonnets, by a Lady,

463

Answer to ditto.

89

Sorbeby's Tour through Wales, 105

's Observations on the Question,

Spalding's Commentary on Aristotle, 540 Jan. 14,

338

Speecb intended to have been spoken, a's (Thomas,) Sermon,

Two State Papers,

1c6

Spencer's Vindication of Brothers, 348

Sigel, Madame de, Reflexions sur la Paix,

540

V and V

Statement of Facts,

449

Stilling fleet's Sermons,

455 Vifion. See Wells.
Stoever. See Trapp.

Untersucbungen uber die Engliscbe Staats
Stafford, Comte de, Tragédie, 515 verfasung, &c.

546
Sydney St. Aubin,

229

Volunteer Laureate,

т
Talma's Chronological Account of the Wadfrom on Colonization,

374
French Revolution,

472 Wakefield's Silva Critica, Pars IV. 235
Taplin's Stable Directory, Vol. II. 230 Waldron's Prodigal,

Wales,

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338

236
ib,

Wala, Tour through,

105 Williams's (Rev. J. H.) Faft Sermon,
Walker's Review of Events at Man.

474
chefter,

115 Wilts, Landholders of, 2d Letter to,
Walks in a Foreft,

583
War, a Poem,

107 Wintle's Bampton Lectures, 391

464 Wollfonecrafi's View of the French Re.
-, Stratagems of,
573 volution,

393

and Peace, Tra&s relative to, 98. Woodfall's India Debates, 88, 89, 90.

102. 209. 339. 449. 540
Warburion. See Hurd,

Woolley's Cure for Canting,
Waterford, Bp. of. See Newcombe.

's Trials,
Warfon's Cursory Remarks on Twining, Word of Admonition to Mr. Pitt, 348
338 Woribington's Address,

23%

Ware's Pneumatic Apparatus, 104. 220 Wyndbam's Pi&ure of the Ille of Wight,

Weaver's Faft Sermon,
119

234

-'s Sermon on the Fear of God, Wywill's Political Papers,

262

120

Well-bred Scholar,

125

Wells on Single Vision,

340

х

Wheel of Fortune,

437

Wbitaker on Hannibal's Course, 361
Wbitcbarcb's Another Witness, 468 Xenopbox on the Athenian Democracy,

Wbite on the Pacumato - Chemical

403

Theory,

341

Wigbe, Ine of, Piąure of, 234

Y
Williams (Dr. John) on Matthew's Gor-
pel,

217 Tearsley's Royal Captives,
(Dr. Edw.) Burder, and Saun- Yeomanry. See Elio.
ders, three Discourses, 344 Young's Idea of the State of France, 287

112

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