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Country neighbourhood, or the cause
Rev. Mr. Knox, 131.
viituous one, 201.
Despair, the soily of, a moral tale,
ham philofopher, his character, Despotic power, instances of its cx.
ertion in Frauce, 473.
Drinker, Edward, reflections on the
their adınirable method of imparte man, 6.
Dwarf, a remarkable, 208.
Earthquake at Hatodunos, near Den-
Earthquakes in Sicily, particulars re-
milton's account of them, 2752
Egerton, hittory of Mr. 224, 243.
velling in Popish countries, 280, English mustapha, account of, 377.
164, 165, 188, 189, 211, 213, 236,
428, 451, 453.477, 498, 525, 549,
formal manner of spending that Iwers to, 20, 44, 69, 92, 116, 139,
164, 210, 260, 308, 331, 355, 356,
account of the death of a, in the 524, 547, 548, 572, 595, 619.
teis Poulett, 260. translated, 570,
the fourth carl of Shaftesbury,
Family and children, on the folly
them for the pleasures of dislipa-
Fanny Ficlding, bistory of the unfor.
Females, on, 442.
Fidelity of dogs, remarkable instance Jokers, a crust for the, 377.
Jultice meeting, a scene at a, 577.
cheap, and caly method of making
covered by Mr. Herschel, 281. his combottone, 18. inilas-d,
Law case, a remarkable, 433. bc-
Letters, from a young gentleman at
diet, recommended by the cele 439. from Fanny Murgan to Miis
Dyer, of ourt-fenry, Caernar.
theoihir, 509, written by chciate
earl, 518. to a young man entering
account of the loss of that thin, Schomberg, 10 a young lady, 541.
from the king of Prilia lo Vule
taire, 587. :
Luminous appearance in the heavens,
disorder among them, by Mr. Ludanic, sensible rcparice of a, 281,
Mad dog, Dr. Berkenhout's cure for
Marriage, reflexions on it origin
Mels a cheap and excellent, 618.
Mellina, particulars reípecting that
history of Celemena and Quaver, Minos, a table, 613
Miracics, account of fome effeteiby
erial' clemency moral tale. dence, 239,
Mistakes, droll, 232, 474.
Moral Scene in the country, a, 217.
inhabitants of Sumatra,:49. 497. .
Paradoxes, 69, 494. answered, 91,
account of the discovery of a new Pick-pocket, the, a fragment, 313.
Pinto, Emanuel, and Antonia Curta,
their trials for the murder of Win,
Plague, some remarks on the, 228. Scotch fair, odd proclamation for
of the arguments in favour of a Shipley, letter from Dr, to the Coa.
titutional Society, 63.
which he spends the day, 593. one on the coast of the Caffres, 162,
istence of, 444:
one, with verses intended for her 489, 591, 607.
Sleep, on, by Mr. Rack, 357.
cruelıy of some of them, by the Stacie, account nf Mr. John, who
invenied a method to reduce bard
bodies to powder, 255.
Strephon and Celia, or the force of
Strolling player, humourous week's
255, 284, 309, 332, 381, 404, 427, Swinburne's Travels, entertaining
Teignmouth, description ot, 200.
212, 261, 284.- Answers to, 43, Time, on the æconomy ot, 449. on
Tirlemont and St, Frond, account
Title Page Vamp, a poor farved
1ons, customs, and inanncrs, 553, Turnip seed, on lowing, 415.
rious one radically cured, 258. count of the, 65.
Veríes. Odc on a beautiful young
lady going to bathe in the sea at
tainment given there in the time violent fever, 22, a ballad, 23. an
impromptu on the Dutchels of
to Mrs. Siddons, ibid. impromp.
paltoral poem, by S, M,0. ei
Alderman, 70, on the death of
rise of Peter, 439.
Nage-boxer, by Charles Jones, 71. 406. elegy on the death of Dr. R. an elegy, 72, ou a bee's settling on a Levet, by Dr. Johnson, 407. on young lady's breait, ibid, the patris friendship, 4n8. elegy on the death Olic refolurion, ibid. epilogue to the of the Rev. Mr.
W M , 429. cplnew comedy called a Friend in Need logue, written by a young gentleinan is a Friend indeed, 94. verses ad- of Shaftesbury, for the benefit of dressed to Miss Seward, by Miss Mr. Cooper, an old itinerant comeScott, 95. to Celia, always in full dian, and spoken by him on his bedress, 96, to a lady who asked What nefit night, 430, the comforts of the is love ? ibid. on the neglect of poe- seasons, 432. epigram, ibid. lines on fy, 118. written during a terrible the interment of the late John Wills, storm of thunder and lightning, 119. Esq; 452. the 8th Píalm paraphraicd, on leaving Heitercomb, 120. Llewyn by Tailo, 454. an elegy, 455: to a and Gynech, a tale, by Mrs. Robin- friend, who pressed the author to fon, 141, on the late unusual forms marry for the sake of a great forbeing followed by a very early har- tune, 456. lamentation of a country veft, 144. ftrait hair, a poem, 166. girl, dairy-maid in a fainily near advice to the ladies, 168. encomium Chippenham, over her lover, the on General Elliot and Sir Roger Cure noted Peare, who was hung in chains lis, 190, written in a chantry, by the for robbing the mails, 478. imitaRev, Mr. Graves, ibid. on life, by ion of the 4th ode of the 2d book Miss Steele, 191. on a clothicr's of Horace, 479.elegy by Mr. Malon, child, 192. on seeing Mr. James vu the death of his wife, 480. the Adams's name first in the Ladies dove cor, 500, an attempt to paraDiary, ibid. ode addressed to the phrase the Lord's Prayer, by Tallo, bathing machines at Exmouth, 214. 504. on the death of several friends on the late thunder storms, by Mr. in the course of a tew weeks, 526. William Bett, of Wadham College, the distressed cottager, 527. ode to Oxford, 216, on resignation, by Täs. peace of mind, 528. elegy on a murfo, ibid. on the present plentiful derer hanging in chains, 555.10 Mils harvelt, 238. advice to the fair sex, ---,on her proving unlawtully with a song, by Mr. Hook, 240. epitaph child, by Tallo, ibid. verses on the on a swearing school mistress, ibid. prospect of planting arts and Scien. on the late feasonable showers of ces in America, by Dr. Berkeley, rain, 262. epitaph on John Bailie, 552. to my son, J. H. with his nurie 263. the humble fuit of a finner, by ing chair, 574. ou cheartulneis, by Tatto, 264. cpitaph on a scold, ibid. Philogathus, 575. an original ep!. fair Ellen, an ancient ballad, by Mrs. taph, 576. on wearing a brealt. Cowley, 286, the siege of Gibraltar, locket, containing a lock of a lady's by a young gentleman of the Gram- hair, 576. the honest countryman's mar-school, Sarum, 310. a Spanish litany, 598. the venison fealt, 599. song, 311. epigram, by Tafto, 312. 10 Delia, 600, inscribed on a Ima'l on modern honour, ibid. epitaph on cottage in a rustic tatte, ibid. Stella Jife, ibid. on a virtuous mind, 334. to Julia, 623. an humble addrcís to the tulip and butterfly a fable, 335. mankind, 624. a friend in the pocket, 336. a poem, by Sir Waller Raleigh, 358. the 93d Wheat, on the method of cultivating, Psalm paraphrased, by Tallo, 359. either by drills or broad-caft, 1. on human life, ibid. whimsical lines Whispers, political, 169. illustrative of the word Twift, 360, Wincheiter,remarkable incidents in a charm for cnnui, by Mr. Hayley, the history of that city, 618. 382, on hope, 384. memento mori,
Y. by Taffo, ibid. epicaph on Miss Role, Yarn, hint relative to bleaching it, ibid, small-beer, by Dr. Duncan, 235.