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THIRTY-FIRST VOL U M E.
UTHRIE's General History of Scotland,
Historical Effay on the English Conftitution, 14
Translation of Baron Wolfius's Logic,
Archæologia, or Miscellaneous Tracts on Antiquity,
L'Abbé Chappe d'Auteroche's Journey into Siberia,
Another Letter to Mr. Almon, in Matter of Libel,
Second Postscript to a Letter to Mr. Almon,
Tracts concerning Patronage in Scotland,
Dr. Langhorne's Fables of Flora,
The Satyrift, a Poem,
Fordyce's Elements of Agriculture and Vegetation,
Barker on Baptism,
Jones's Hift. de Nader Chah,
Almida, a Tragedy,
The Father, a Comedy,
Roberts's Effay on the Existence of God, Part I.
The Village Oppressed,
Epistle to Mr. Hickington,
Halser's Elegiac Epistle to his Wife,
The Fairy's Revel,
Browne's Appendix ad Opuscula,
Elegy to the Memory of the Marquis of Granby, ibid.
Monody on the Death of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, ibid.
Charles Wesley's Elegy on the Rev. Mr. Whitefield,
Funeral Ode on the Rev. Mr. Adams, and the Rev, Mr.
Elegiac Poem on the Death of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, ibid.
The Modern Couple a Novel,
Confiderations on the Present State of the Peerage of Scotland, ib.
Letter to the Jurors of Great Britain,
Sharp's Free Address to Free Men;
Letter to Lord North,
Schemes submitted to the Confideration of the Public, ibid.
Rowley's Essay on the Cure of ulcerated Legs,
Toulmin's Sermons, .
Jebb’s Account of the Theological Lectures now reading at
Continuation of Critical Remarks on an Excellent Treatise, ibid.
Vyfe's Tutor's Guide,
Proceedings at a' Court Martial at Pensacola
Thoughts on Capital Punishments,
Proposals for Strengthening our Naval Institutions,
Letter to Sir Richard Perrot, Bart.
Address to the People of Cumberland-ftreet Chapel, ibid.
Brief Account of the Differences, &c. between the Proprietors
of Cumberland-street Chapel and Jan Be,
Travels of Father Orleans,
Answer to a Letter in the Gazetteer, &c. relative to the new
Edition of Shakespeare's King Lear,
Guthrie's History of Scotland, continued,
Drury's Illustrations of Nataral History,
Dossie's Memoirs of Agriculture, Vol. II.
The West Indian, a Comedy,
Emerson's Mathematical Principles of Geography,
Ofbeck's Voyage to China, &c.
Letter to Robert Morris, Esq.
The Minstrel, a Poem,
Furneaux's Letters to Mr. Justice Blackstone, Second Edition, 145
History of Sir William Harrington,
Critical Observations on the Buildings, &c. of London,
New Lights thrown on the History of Queen Mary, 152
Protests of the House of Lords in Ireland,
justification of the Conduct of the Ministry,
Papers relative to the late Negociation with Spain,
Proposals for Numbering the People,
The Key to Absurdities,
Trial of Mr. Almon,
Liberty vindicated against Slavery,
Dialogue upon the Game Laws,
Book of Nature, a Poem,
Temple of Compassion, a Poem,
Exhibition in Hell,
Hodson's Prize Poem,
The Favourite, a Novel,
The False Step, a Novel,
The Providential Adultery,
The Danger of the Paffions,
Dr Relhan's Harveian Oration,
Ds. Johnstone's Essay on the Ganglions of the Nerves,
Dr. Ball's Female Phyfician,
May's Remarks on the Suttonian Method of Inoculation, ibid.
Dr. Hill's Virtues of British Herbs, No. II.
Effay on the Contrast between Quakerism and Methodism, ibid.
Addington on Infant Baptism,
Bishop of Carlisle's Sermon before the Lords, Jan. 30, 1771, 163
King's Sermon before the Commons, Jan. 30, 1771, ibid:
Treatise on the Use of Defensive Arms,
The Lawyers investigated,
Mills's Essay on the Weather,
Loves of Medea and Jason,
Gathrie's History of Scotland, concluded,
Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting Falkland's Illands,
Wynne's General History of the British Empire in America, 196
Reynolds's Discourse to the Students of the Royal Academy,
Dec. 14, 1770,
Grant's Enquiry into the Nature, &c. of the Fevers most con-
mon in London,
Duncau's Elements of Therapeutics,
Jerningham's Funeral of Arabert,
Ludlam's Two Mathematical Effays,
Collection of Decisions in the King's Bench on the Poor's Laws,
Young's Merchant, a Naval Lyric,
Meilan's Dramatic Works,
Wynne's Prostitute, a Poem,
Love's Cricket, a Poem,
Éve's Legacy to her Daughters,
Epistle from the Princess F- -a, to the Countess of
Elegy written in Covent Garden,
Love of Money, a Satire,
Generous Inconftant, a Novel,
Belle Grove, a Novel,
Okes's Duæ Dissertationes in Publicis Scholiis Cantab. habitæ,
Brand's Method of reducing Ruptures,
Flower's Inconteftible Proofs of curing the Gout, &c. 234
Marriott's Sermons on Mortality,
Appeal to the Good Sense of the Inhabitants of Great Brigain,
Life of Joseph, Son of Israel,
Remarks on Mr. V's New Discoveries in Natural History,
Shipwreck and Adventures of M. Pierre Viaud,
Clubbe's Miscellaneous Tracts,
Sketches and Characters of the most eminent Persons now lisa
Tre Academy Keeper,
Paterson's Description of the Roads of Great Britain, ibid.
Trial of Farmer Carter's Dog, Porter, for Murder,
Symons's Index to the Excise Laws,
Letter to the Members of the Provident Societies,
Jay's Letter to the Governors of the College of New York, 243
Worley's Latin Grammar,
Entick's Latin Dictionary,
Free Thoughts on the Present State of Public Affairs, ibid.
Letter to the Rev. Mr. Jo Wesley in Answer to his Free Thoughts,
Stone's Complete Baker,
Reddington's Treatise on Brewing,
Whitaker's History of Manchester,
Medical Observations and Inquiries, Vol. IV.
Dr. Jortin's Sermons,
Macaulay's History of England, Vol. V.
Macpherson's Introduction to the Hiftory of Great Britain and
Dr. Lobb's Practice of Phyfic,
Inquiry into the General Effects of Heat,
New-Market : or an Essay on the Turf,
Potter's Curate of Coventry,
The Plays of William Shakespeare (zd Edit.) Oxford, at the
Eyre's Observations on the Prophecies relating to the Restoration
of the Jews,
Kenrick's Lecture on the Perpetual Motion, Part I. 309
Clementina, a Tragedy,
The Fair Orphan, a Comic Opera,
He wou'd if He Cou'd, a Burletta,
The Triumph of Fashion,
Poems, written in the Time of Oliver Cromwell, ibid.
Verses addressed to John Wilkes, Esq. on his Arrival at Lynn,
The Divorce, a Novel,
The Disguise, a Dramatic Novel,
The Brother, a Novel,
· The Nun, or the Adventures of the Marchioness of Beauville,
Dr. Brownrigg's Confiderations on preventing the Communi-
cation of the Pestilential Contagion,
Rowley's Estay on the Care of the Gonorrhoea,
Reflexions on the present Disputes between the House of Com-
mons and the Magistrates of London,
Refutation of “ Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting
Examination of the Declaration and Agreement relating to the
Reftitution of Falkland's Island,
Address to the People of England on the present State of the
Answer to Junius,
Dr. Parry's Genealogies of Jesus Christ explained, ibid.
The Heresy and Heretic of the Scriptures described, 321
The Methodists vindicated,