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THE

CRITICAL REVIEW:

OR,

Annals of Literature.

BY

A SOCIETY of GENTLEMEN,

VOLUME the SEVENTIETH.

Nothing extenuate,
Nor set down aught in malice.

SHAKSPEARE.
Ploravere fuis non respondere favorem
Speratum meritis.

Hor.

LONDON,

Printed for A. HAMILTON, in Falcon-Court, Fleet-street.

MDCCXC.

ALPHABETICAL

TABLE

CONTENTS, AUTHORS' NAMES, &c. of the Publica-

tions reviewed in this Voluine.

704

Society; Balfour's Treatise on Putrid Intestinal
A BAccount of the shipwreck and Remitting Fevers,

530

Captivity of M. de Briffon. Trans- Barbour's Bruce, or the History of

lated from the French,

584

Robert 1. King of Scotland, 164

Adair's Unanswerable Arguments a- Trial at Large of George Barrington,

gainst the Abolition of the Slave- 461.-Memoirs of,

462

Trade, 579–His dangerous Con. Mr. Barnard's Demonstration of the
sequences of the Suttonian or cool- Divinity of our Lord Jesus Chrift,

ing Regimen, under looculation

450

for the Small-Pox,

580 A Barrister's Letters on Parliamentary

Adam's Practical Essays on Agricul- Impeachments,

ture,

353 The Bengal Calcadar for the Year

Address of the National Assembly of 1791.

701

France to the People, 583 Bell's New Pantheon,

62

Adriano; or, the First of June : Berington's History of the Reign of

Poem,

660 Henry II, and of Richard and John,

Adventures of Theagenes and Chari- his sons,

225, 492

clea,

423 Sentiments of the Abbé Bertholon cune

Analysis of M. Girtanner's Memoir cerning the Effects of natural and

on Irritability,

445 artificial Electricity on the Progress

Elay on the Rigbt of Angling on the of Vegetation, 191.-Its Influence

River Thames,

574

on the Congelation of Water, ibid.

Animal Life, and apparent Death, Bewick's Quadrupeds,

414

from accidental Suspensions of the Bicknell's Compleat Systom of Enga

Fondions of the Lungs, 268.-Re- lish Grammar,

459

marks added on the Brunonian Syf- Billardiere's Description of Mount ii.

tem of Medicine,

ibid.

banus,

85

Aoswer to M. Godart's Memoir on Blake's (Sir Francis) Political Tracts,

Ground-ice,

195

233

A Lagman's Apology for the Liturgy Bligh's Narrative of the Mutiny on

and Clergy of the Church of Eng- Board his Majesty's Ship Bounty, 536

land,

447

Les Aventures d'Edouard Bomston, pour

Applegarth's Plea for the Poor, 341 fervir de Suite à la Nouvelle Heloise.

Arley, or the Faithless Wife, a Novel,

316

96 Mutinous Seizure of the Bounty, and suc.

Armstrong's

Juvenile Poems, 213 ceeding Hardships of the Crew, 582

Tbe New Asiatic Miscellany, printed Bowles's Poem on Howard's Grave, 276

at Calcutta,

278 Modern Breakfast, or All adeep ac

Affociation for discovering the inte. Noon,

335

rior Parts of Africa, 106 Brewster's Sermons and Prayers for

Prisoners,

450

Bacon's Miscellanies in Prose and Miss Brooke's Reliques of Irish Poetry,

Verse,

213 22.-An Irih Tale subjoined, ibid.

A 2

Bruce's

582

460

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Bruce's Travels, to discover the DALR YMPLE'S Spaniil Pretensions ,

Source of the Nile, 45, 252, 396, fairly discussed,

649 Demofthenis Oratio adverfus Leptinera, 431 ,

Burgess's Divinity of Christ, 567 The Devil upon Two Sticks in Eng-

Burke's Reflections on the Revolution land,

219

in France,

517 Three Familiar Dialogues on the West-

Burney's Illd and IVth Vols, of A morland Dialect,

General History of Music, 618 Didionary of Chemistry, the first

Part,

244

CALONNE's present and future State of Dillon's Memoirs of the General Re-

France,

672 volution in France,

151

Moral and Political Tendency of the Ro- Tle Difienters Plea against the Test

man Catholic Religion,

208 Laws,

Carmen Sagulare pro Gallica Genie Tyn Dodun's Phosphoric Appearances, 475

rannida Aristocraticæ crepta 454 Donaldson's Proposals for increasing

Caroline, or the Heroine of the Camp, our National Wealth Twelve Mila

a Novel,

97

lions a Year,

456

Caffunder's Criticisms Horne The Sacred Drama of Joseph sold by

Tooke's Diversions of Purley, 393 his Brethren, with other Poems.

Catalogue of the Pictures, &c. in the By H. Jeston,

572

Shakspeare Gallery, Pall-Mall, Dutrone š Observations on the Sugar-

581 Cane,

hrangea Catalogue of Publications,

relating to the Toleration of Pro- EDMUND, or the Child of the Cattle,

teftant Diffenting Ministers, 583

a Novel,

454

Catteau's Tableau Generale de la Suede, Edwards' Royal and Constitutional

561

Regeneration of Great Britain, 174

General View of Sweden,

Practical Means of effcc-

701 tually exonerating the Public Bur-

Chalmers' Life of Daniel De Foc, 377 thens,

221

Cheit Sing, a Poem,

95

Eloisa de Clairville : An Historical No.

The Chriftian's Pocket Cosipaniin, vel,

454

584

Sir Henry Englefield's' Letter and Ad-

Clarke's Survey of the Lakes of Cuni- dress in

gard to the Protestant

berland, Welinorland, and Lane Dissenters,

549

cashire,

235 Epistle to James Boswell on his long

- Statistical View of Germany, expected Life of Dr. Johusun, 210

670 Errurs of the British Minister, in the

Clement's Key of Natural Philosophy, Negotiation with the Court of

702 Spain, 697,-Subjoined Cuniments

Eole's Edition of the Works of Suame, on the Convention with Spain, ibid.

Jenyns, elg.

gotong Expediency of Revising the Liturgy

Colecinarke Rebar Hibernicis,

and Articles of the Church of Eng.

Collections from fome of the Works land, by a Confiflent Protestant,

of Sir Richard Steek, 463

Tlc Contralt, a Tale, written for the Experiments of M. Cassini, to ascer-

Use of Sunday Schools, 568 tain the real temperature of Ca-

Cooper's carly litruction of Children

veins,

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.

460

197 Dr. Falconer's Medicinal Effects of the

Courtenay's Philosophical Reflections bach Waters,

282

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,

217

tribution, considered,

509 FOREIGN LITĖRARY INTELLIGENCE,

Criticisms on the Rulliad : Part T. and

-84, 191, 306, 438, 551

II.

ito Tordyce on the Virtues of the Muria-

Cunninghsin's Coperui'can System, :er

tic Acid,

339

7

A Friend

448

196

220

302

578

A Friend to Truth's Observations on Hurn's Fundamental Principles of the
the Four Gospels,

94

Established Church, proved to be

the Doctrine of Scripture, 328

GABRIELLE de Vergy, an Historic Tale, Poetical Dialogue of Jack and Martin

219

The Garden, translated from the

on the proposed Repcal of the Telt

Act,

French,
409

332
Gaufsen's Improvements in various

The intriguing Chamber-maid, a Bal-

lad-Farce,
Inftruments fubfervient to Philo.

698
sophy and the Arts,

Invocations, addressed to the Deity,

551

Geddes's General Answer to Queries

the Ocean, and to Woman, 98

The late Emperor Jofeph Ild's Letters
put to him concerning his intended
Translation of the Bible,

to General Dalton,

Ireland's Picturesque Tour through

Geography and History, selected by a

Lady,

Holland, Brabant, aud. Part of

459

The German Hotel, a Comedy, 698 D'Ifraeli's Defence of Poetry,

France,

666

212

Golledge's Free Thoughts

Death threatened against Adam, 583 Jurieu's Accomplishment of the Scrip-
Tbourgbts on Government, uccafioued

ture Prophecies, selected by Edward

by Burke's Reflections, &c. 692

May,

Gough's Translation of Camden's Bri- KIATE's Reflections on the Address
tannia,

502

of William Bull, Gentleman, to
Tbird Editics of an Introduction to Latin William Poole, Esq.

582
Grammar,

461 King Ala, a Poem. By T. May 569

Gruse's Antiquities of Scotland, con- Tbe King of Sweden's Danger of the

tinued, 74.-Concluded, 139

Political Balance of Europe, trans-

Provincial Glossary, 99 lated by Lord Mountmorres, 386

Abbé Spadoni's Discovery and Defcription Knowles's Primitive Christianity, 449.

of fome Grottos in Italy, 87 -Lofft's Observations thereon, ib.

The Perfidicus Guardian, 455 Knor's Liberal Education, 699.--His

Letter to Lord North, 700.-Letter

HALES' (Sir Matthew) affectionate to him by a resident Member of

Epistle to his children,

the University of Oxford, ibid.

Hamilton's Attempt to explain the

Terms Democracy, Aristocracy, LAURA, a Sequel to the Eloisa of

Oligarchy, Monarchy, and Despo- Rouffeau,

218

tism, 342-His Letters to the Peo- A Layman's Eflays in Support of Ra-

ple of England,

ibid.

tional Religion,

Hanger's Reply to Strictures

on Tarle. Poem, in Blank Verse, on St. James's-

con's Hiltory of the Cumpaigns street, by Marmaduke Milton, esq.

of 1780 and 1781,

99

330

Happiness, a Poem,

94 Leach's "Treatise of Universal in-

Hattings' Trial Narrated, from Sim- land Navigations,

701

kin the Second to his dear Brother Mrs. Lennox's Euphemia, a Novel, 85

in Wales,

453

Letter and Letters. See INDEX.

Haynes' Scriptnre Account of the At- Lessons to a Young Prince, on the

tributes and Worship of God, &c. present Dispolition to a General

208 Revolution,

455

Hendy's Vindication of the Opinions Lewis's Philosophical Inquiry into

and Fads, contained in a Treatise the Nature and Properties of Com.

on the Glandular Disease of Barba- mon Water, 116.-Its Medicinal

does,

338 Qualities,

ibid.

Cbarlos Henley, or the Fugitive Re- Lindsey's Second Address to the Stu-

ftored,

219

dents of Oxford and Cambridge,

Hewiect, on the Concroversy relating relating to Jesus Chrift, 566

to the Authenticity of the Parian List of the late and present Parlią.

Chronicle,

458 ment,

340

The Historical Pocket Library, Lives and Characters of the most emi.

Hurdis's Meaning of a Hebrew Word neng Lawyers of the present Day,

in Genefis i, 21,

329

271

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