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Hrts. Manners & Amusements que dige.
Simulet jucunda et idonea dicere vitæ
Philological Society of London.
From July to
[Embellished with, I. A FRONTISPIECE, reprefenting SIR THOMAS ERPINGHAM'S GATE,
at NORWICH. 2. A PORTRAIT of JANE DUCHESS of GORDON. And 3. A VIEW in
Letter from the Author of "Common
Senfe" to the Conductors of a Parifian
Print entitled "The Republican"
Elmina; or, The Flower that never Fades:
Some Objections to Archdeacon Paley's
Character of the first Lord Barrington,
from the Funeral Sermon preached by
Mr. Mackewen on his Lordship's Death 14
Fragments from the Greek of Pofidippus
Specimens of a propofed Publication of
Droffiana, No. XXII. Anecdotes of illuf-
Supplement to the Memoirs of the Che-
The London Review, with Anecdotes
An Estimate of the Religion of the Fa-
Bowles's Confiderations on the respective
Rights of Judge and Jury, particularly
Bowles's Letter to the Rt. Hon. Charles
James Fox on his late Motion in the
House of Commons refpecting Libels 43
Grofe's Antiquities of Scotland, Vol. II. ibid.
Mrs. M. Graham's Letters on Education.
With Obfervations on Religious and
Metaphyfical Subjects [concluded] 45
Account of the Flight and Capture of the
King and Queen of France and their
French State-Papers: including I. Me-
moir, or Proclamation, left by the
French King, and prefented to the
National Affembly of France on Tuef-
tional Affembly to the French-III.
Copy of the Orders given by M. de
Bouille-IV. Letter of M. D'Orleans
to the Authors of the Journals-V.
M. Simolin, the Ruffian Ambassador,
to M. Montmorin-VI. Letter of M.
De Bouille to the National Affembly
VII. M. Roederer's Anfwer to M.
Bouille-VIII. Declaration of Two
Hundred and Ninety Deputies on the
Decrees which fufpend the Exercife of
the Royal Authority, and which in-
fringe the Inviolability of the facred
Perfon of the King-IX. Note from
the King to the National Affembly, on
July 9-X. A Letter from the Spanish
Ambaffador to M. de Montmorin,
Theatrical Journal: including Plan and
Character of the Hon. Major North's
"Kentish Barons," a Comic Opera ;
and of Mrs. Inchbald's "Next Door
Neighbours," a Comedy; with the
Prologue and Epilogue to it, &c. 68
Poetry including Sonnets, &c, by Char-
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