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Annals of Literature.
A SOCIETY of GENTLEMEN,
VOLUME the SEVENTIETH.
Printed for A. HAMILTON, in Falcon-Court, Fleet-street.
CONTENTS, AUTHORS' NAMES, &c. of the Publica-
tions reviewed in this Voluine.
Society; Balfour's Treatise on Putrid Intestinal
Trade, 579–His dangerous Con. Mr. Barnard's Demonstration of the
278 Modern Breakfast, or All adeep ac
Affociation for discovering the inte. Noon,
rior Parts of Africa, 106 Brewster's Sermons and Prayers for
Bacon's Miscellanies in Prose and Miss Brooke's Reliques of Irish Poetry,
213 22.-An Irih Tale subjoined, ibid.
in the Christian Rcligion, 209
Correspondence, 104, 224, 344, 464, Curious Facts and Anedotes, not con-
564 tained in the Memoirs of Philip
Futber Cotte's Meteorological Works, Thickness, Esq.
197 Dr. Falconer's Medicinal Effects of the
Courtenay's Philosophical Reflections bach Waters,
on the lute Revolucion in France, Foot'n' New Discovered Fad of a re-
456 lative Nature to the Venereal Poi.
Credibility of a Future State of RC 1on,
509 FOREIGN LITĖRARY INTELLIGENCE,
Criticisms on the Rulliad : Part T. and
-84, 191, 306, 438, 551
ito Tordyce on the Virtues of the Muria-
Cunninghsin's Coperui'can System, :er
A Friend to Truth's Observations on Hurn's Fundamental Principles of the
Established Church, proved to be
GABRIELLE de Vergy, an Historic Tale, Poetical Dialogue of Jack and Martin
The intriguing Chamber-maid, a Bal-
Invocations, addressed to the Deity,
The late Emperor Jofeph Ild's Letters
to General Dalton,
Ireland's Picturesque Tour through
Golledge's Free Thoughts
Death threatened against Adam, 583 Jurieu's Accomplishment of the Scrip-
ture Prophecies, selected by Edward
Gough's Translation of Camden's Bri- KIATE's Reflections on the Address
of William Bull, Gentleman, to
461 King Ala, a Poem. By T. May 569
The Perfidicus Guardian, 455 Knor's Liberal Education, 699.--His
Letter to Lord North, 700.-Letter
Hewiect, on the Concroversy relating relating to Jesus Chrift, 566
to the Authenticity of the Parian List of the late and present Parlią.