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- DUCAL'S Sermons,
AMPBELL'S Address to the People DUNCAN on the Evidence of Reason in
w of Scotland,
149 Proof of the Immortality of the Soul,
CAMPBELL's Charity Sermon at St.
CANADIAN Freeholder, Vol. II, con: TAŠTERN Eclogues,
139 C Eden's Letters to Lord Carlisle,
CANDID Examination of the mutual d Edit.
Claims of Great Britain and the Colo.
492 ELECTRICITY, Publications relative to,
CASTLE of Infamy,
CEMENTS. See HIGGINS.
ELIGTAc Epiftles on Love and War, 493
CHALMERS's Political Anpals of the ELLIOT's Philosophical Observations, 53
present United Colonies,
464 ENQUIRY into the Design of the Chris-
CLARA and Antonio. See LETTERS. tian Sabbath,
CLARE on the Cure of Abscesses, &c. &c. EPISTLE from Fox to Townshend, 170
- from Browne Dignam, 407
CLAVERING's Essay on the Construction
to a Friend,
and Building of Chimneys, 408
from Joseph Surface, Esq; to
COMBER's Memoirs of Wandesforde, 91 Mr. Sheridan,
COMMERCIAL Restraints on Ireland Essay on Modern Martyrs, 240
- on the Character and Reign of
CONSTITUTION of England, 767 King Charles I.
Cook, Capt. Elegy on, 1 458
on the Interests of Great Britain
Cook's Voyage. See REMARKS,
in regard to America,
Cool Thoughts on American Indepen. Essays Moral and Religious,
CONFINEMENT for Debt. See IN. L'Acts, addressed to the Landholders,
CONSIDERATIONs on the Laws between FANATICAL Divinity exposed, 191
Debtors and Creditors,
FANATICISM and Treason, &c. 503
CONSIDERATIONS libres sur le Divorce, FAST Day, a Lambeth Eclogue, 408
FATAL Falsehood, a Tragedy, 134
CONSIDERATIONS on the intended Mo. FAUCETT, John, his Death of Eumenio,
dification of Poyning's Law, 408
CONSIDERATIONS on the late Disturbe FAUCETT, Benjamin, his Appendix to
502 his Candid Reflections, &c. 499
CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers, FELL's Demoniacs, &c. in Answer to
96, 174, 253, 335, 416, 504 Farmer,
COTTAGERS, a Musical Entertainment, Five Letters, &c.
171 FOREIGN Literature, 70, 153, 235, 397.
COWLEY's Maid of Arragon,
378 Four Letters from the Country Gentle-
Critic; or, Tragedy rehearsed, 172 Fox's Tranlation of Mehegan, 249
ib. -- See TICKELL.
251 FRANKLIN's Political and Philosophical
D DEBATE, in the Irisla House of FURLY's Visitation Sermon,
in Coaclimaker's Hall, 248 O RAMMAR. See BENGAL.
DEFENCE of the Act for the Relief of u Griffith's Times, a Comedy, 245
the Roman Catholics,
238 GUTHRIE'S Geography, new and en-
DEMONIACS. See FELL.
DESCENT. Ste REMARKS.
DETAIL of the American War, 84 I ALHED's Grammar of the Bengal
167 D Language,
DISPASSIONATE Thoughts on the HAIGH's Hint to Dyers, &c. 491
166 HARDY's Answer to Riollay, ' 242
Dobes's Letter to Lord North, 316 HARTLEY's Two Letters to the York-
DOBSON'S History of the Troubadours, thire Committee,
HAYLEY'S Epifle to a Friend on the
Du Barry's Letters,
Death of John Thornton, Esq; 463
HLADs of an Agreement between Go. LETTER to Archdeacon Law, 226
vernment and the East India Company,
from Sir Harry Trelawnstb.
244 - to the People of Ireland, 407
HEDLEY's Pra&ical Arithmetic, 328 - from a Gentleman in the
HIRVEY's Sermons on the Divinity of House of Commons,
425 LETTERS on Taxation,
Higgins's Experiments on Cements, - of Papinian,
- On the Utility and Policy of
HISTORICAL and Political Refleâions employing Machines to fhorten Labour,
on the American Rebellion, 407
HISTORY of a French Louse, 81 - Four,
- of the political Connexion be
between Clara and Antonia,
tween England and Ireland, 306
- - of the Reformation in Scor-
From D. Hariley, Esq 486
of the Countess du Barry, &c.
of the United Netherlands, 372
HUMBLE Attempt for the Infru&tion of LINDSEY': Two Differtations, 26
250 LINCOLN, Bishop of, his Sermon, goth of
January, before the House of Lords,
J JERNINGHAM'S Ancient English LOTHIAN's History of the United Pro-
500 Love and Madness,
IMPARTIAL Thoughts on a free Trade LOUSE. See HISTORY.
166 Lowth's Isaiah, concluded, 282
INDIA, Eaft, Publications relative to, LYTTELTON, Lord, Poem on the Death
124, 146, 244 of,
INGENHOUSZ's Experiments on Vege.
lis Poems, 121
INQUIRY into the Policy of making ACAULAY's Unanimity, a Poem,
Conquests for the Mahometans in In-
124 MAHON, Lord, his Principles of Elec-
- into the Conduct of General tricity,
Martin's History and Antiquities of
- concerning long Confinement Thetford,
315 MARTYN's Letter to Dr. Wynne, 248
MATRIMONIAL Insolvent A&, 328
JOHNSON and Steevens's Shakespear, 2d MATRIMONY, a Tale,
12 MAURICE's Poems,
257 MEHEGAN's View of Universal Hilory
IRELAND, Pamphlets relative to, 162, - translated,
166, 247, 306, 316, 407, 485 MELMOTH's Tutor of Truth, 324
Lewin's Eastern Eclogues, 450
MENDHAM's Serious Thoughts, 499
MIDDLETON's Biographia Evangelica,
TT INKVERVANKOTSDARS PRAKIN.
GOTCADERNS, Anecdote of the Miles's Artifice, a Comic Opera, 411
Family of, .
368 MILITARY Inftructor,
Kippis's Charity Sermon at Gravel MILITARY Memoirs of Great Britain,
KIRKLAND's Thoughts on Amputation, MILMAN Animadverfiones de Natura Hy.
243 dropis ejusque Curarione, . 90
Knor's Essays, Vol. II.
61 MILNE's Sermons,
MILTON. See REMARKS.
327 MIRROR; or Hariequin every where, 172
L Law, Archdeacon, his Charge to MODERN Anecdote of the ancient Fa.
the Clergy of Rochefter,
116 mily, &c.
- Letter concerning,
326 MONTGOMERY's Sermon at St. Milo
LESSONS on Elocution,
173 dred's on the Anniversary of Q. Eliza-
LETTER to Lord Sandwich, from a beth's Release from the Tower, 413
MORGAN's Doctrine of Annuities, &c,
- to the Whigs,
to Lord North,
240 Moore, Mrs, her Fatid Falsehood, a
- to Edmund Burke, Erg;
A Hodson's Zoraida, a Tragedy.
Mushroom fee abercrombie
REBELLION and Opposition,
N ARRATIVE of the Proceedings of REFLECTIONS on A Short Hifory of
N Lord George Gordon, &c. . 502 Opposition,
NASmith's Edition of the Itineraries of REFORMER,
Symon Son of Simeon, and William of RELAPSE, a Novel,
93 RELIGION of the Times,
NATIONAL Debt. See BIRD.
REMARKS on the Law of Descent, 112
— on Burgoyne's State of his
O BSERVATIONS on the Answer of Expedition,
the K. of Gr. Brit. to the Mani-
on Johnson's Life of Milton,
felto of the Court of Versailles, . 83
on American Independence,
on the Voyage of the Resolu-
89 tion and Discovery,
- on an Address to the Free RINOVATION, without Violence, 166
holders of Middlesex,
240 Renwick's Elegiac Epifles, 493
on Mr. Burke's Bill, by a REPUBLICAN Form of Prayer, 166
318 RHYME and Reason,
on Blackstone, 359 Ride and a Walk through Stourhead,
on an Appeal from the Pro-
teftant Affociation, &c.
371 R10ts, late, at London, Publications
ODE. See ALVES.
Ruin seize thee, ruthless King! 171
DALMER's Answer to Priestly on Ne-
CABBATH, Enquiry into the Delga of,
323 Sailor, Letter from, to Lord Sandwich,
Pascal's Works, new and complete
Scott on the Gout,
PENTALOGIA. See BURGESS.
SCOTT's Letlons in Elocution, 173
PHILOSOPHICAL Tranlactions, Vol. SEASONABLE Advice to the People of
LXVIII, Part 2d,
Vol. LXIX. Part 1. for SEDUCTION the Spirit of the Times, 323
the Year 1779,
209 SENATORIAL Dispensary, 496
381 SENSE of the People,
248 SERMONS, by Blair,
Pilox's Deaf Lover,
PINE-Apple. See SPEECHLEY.
- by Duché,
Poems fit for a Bishop,
- by Hervey,
- by Jenkins,
- by Lambert,
PoeticaL Epistle to General Wathing. SERMONS, fingle,
389 SIRMONS on the late General Fait, Feb.
316 4, 1780, viz.
1. At Cambridge by Dr. Watson, 329
POPERY, Publications relative to, 67, 2. Before the Lords, by the Bilbop of St.
238, 319, 325, 371, 501 David's,
88 3. Before the Commons, by Dr. Horne, ib.
PRIESTLEY, Dr. his Letter to Mr. Pal. 4. Ac Canterbury, by Dean Cornwallis,
PRINGLI's Discourse on Gunnery, 121 5. by Dr, Dawson,
PRIVATE Thoughts on Public Affairs, 5. In Devonshire, by R. Trip. A. M. 333
496 7. By a Cheshire Ciergyman, ib.
PROCEEDINGS of the General Meetings 8. At Charles Street Chapel, by R. Har-
of the County of Wilts,
of the Court Martial on 9. Ac Kirk Heaton, by J. Sunderland, ib.
the Loss of the Ardent,
488 io. At Hackney anonymous, ib.
PROPHECY, a Poem,
497 11. At York, by N. Cappe,
PRUSSIA, King of, his Letters on Pa. 12. At Prescot, by J. Winding, 335
131 13. Ac Yatmouth, by T. Howe, ib.
14. At the Meeting-house, Moor fields,
D AMSAY's Military Memoirs of by W. Bennet,
K Great Britain,
118 15. At Richmond, by T. Wakefield,
SEWARD, Miss, her Elegy on Captain Times, a Comedy,
458 TRELAWNEY's Letter,
SKAKESPEAR. See JOHNSON. See TRIAL of the Capt. of the Ardent, 188
TRIAL of Stratton, &c. for the Death of
SHEPHERDESS of the Alps,
• Lord Pigot,
SHERIDAN's Observations on Sir Wil TROUBADOURS, Hiftory of, 490
liam Blackftone, &c. .
SRILLITO's Sea-Fight, a Poem, 247 TUTOR of Truth,
SIEGE of Gióraltar, a Farce,
Two Discourses, &c.
Sime's Military Inftructor,
93 VALETUDINARJAN's Bath Guide,
Sketch of a Farce,
SKETCH of the Controversy between Dr. VAN SWINDEN's Treatlse on the que
PritAtley and his opponents, 223 rora Borealis,
SKETCH of the Times,
VEGETABLIS. See INGENHOUSZ.
View of the Evidence relative to the
- as published by Anonymous, ib. American War,
Sowden's Sermon ac Hackney, on To.
of the Earth,
of the Dutch Settlements in the
SPANISH Invasion, a Poem, 276 East Indies,
SPECULATIOr, a Poem, by Anstey, 474 of Universal History. See Mz.
SPLECHLEY's Treatise on the Culture of HEGAN,
the Fire-apple, &c.
354 VINCENT'S Narrative of the late Dif-
STATE of the Eaft India Company, 244 turbances,
STLEVENS's new Edition of Shakespear, VINDICATION of the Opposition to the
12, 257 , Roman Catholic Bill,
STRICTURES on a Pamphlet entitled, Vision, on the Death of Lord Lyttelton,
STUARI's History of the Establishment UNANIMITY, a Poem, (anonym.) 319
of the Reformation in Scotland, 337 -
SUBSTANCE of the Speeches in the VOLUNTEERS, a Comedy,
H. of C: on Mt. Burke's Notice, 84
SULLIVAN, Mr, his Thoughts on Mar. TALDER'S Sermon on the Perfec-
tion of the Christian Character,
SUPPLEMENT to Burgoyne's State of the
WALKER, Lady Mary, her Observation's
Sutton Abbey, a Novel, 324 on Burke's Bill,
168 WALKER's Speech at the Weltminter
Aster's Ode to the warlike Ge. WALTERS's Poems,
T niss of Great Britain, 2d Edit. 66 WANDESTORDE. See COMBER.
- Ode to the Memory of the Bishop WASHINGTON, General. See PoLTI-
of Sodot and Man,
TaxATION, Letters on,
83 WATERING Meadows, Treatise on, 456
TERMS of Conciliation,
WHITCOMB's Sermon at Welesby, 413
THETFORD, Hiftory of,
WILLIAM of Worcester's Itinerary, 93
THICKNESSE's Valetudinarian's Bath WILLIAM and Nancy, a Ballad Farce,
THOUGATs on the Extenfion of Penal WILLIAM and Lucy, an Opera, 323
86 WILLIAMS's Lectures in Margaret-Atreet,
on Martial Law,..
on the County Petitions, 242
on the Treaty between Go. WILLIAMSON'S Sermon at Oxford on
vernment and the E. Ind. Comp. 244 the King's Acceffion,
on a Fund for the Improve- WISEMAN's Epiftola Commerciales, 94
ment of Credit, &c.
316 WYCLIFFE on Government,
THORNTON. See HAYLEY
WYNNE, Dr. Letter to,
THROSBY's Memoirs of Leicefter, 488
TICKEL's Epiftle from Fox to Town- 7 ORAIDA, a Tragedy, 185
Julhomo, his analysis of the
pol. Hisho I ndia, 16
CONTENTS of the FOREIGN ARTICLES
in the APPENDIX to this Volume.
ANNALEs poetiques depuis l'Origine MEMOIRE de l'Acad Royale de Pruffe,
A de la Poelie Françoisé, 582 &c.
ANQUZTII, M. his Intrigue du Cabinet, -
See De GUIGNES.
BENCIVENNI's E Pay on the Royal Gal. MISSIONARIES, their Memoirs con-
lery of Florence,
572 cerning the History, &c. of the Chi.
BERTHOLON de Se. Lazare, his Memoir nele, Vol. V. and VI.
concerning a Counter-Eartbquake, and a MORI Letters of an English Traveller,
1 ChorSEVI'S Travels through Greece, MOREAU, M. his Moral and Political
517 Discourses on the Hift. of France, 583
DECOUVERTES de M. Marat, &c. 546 Music. See DELABORDI.
DE GUIGNES, M. his Inquiry into the
Foundations of the Ancient History of OBSERVATIONS sur la Mufique, 541
505 OBSERVATIONs sur la Nature, & sur le
DELABOR DE's Essay on Mofic, 577 Traitement de la RAGE,
De Luc's Leiters, philosophical and mo- OTAHEITI, Effay on,
527 Paul, M. his Hit. of the Pruffian Acad.
Deux Memoires. See GUENEE.
Royal, relative to Medicine, &c. 582
DISSERTATION contre l'Usage de Bjuil. PLANELLI on the Education of Princes,
lons de Viandes dans les Maladies Fe-
571 PORTAL, M, his Observations on Mad-
EPILOGO, &c. See RATTI.
ESSAY concerningibe isand of Otaheiti, PRINCIPES de Morale, de Politique,
&c, sur l'Hift. de France,
FLORENTINE Gallery, Account of, 572 RATTI'S Account of Mengs, 564
GUENEE, Abbé, his Memoits concern. RECHERCHES sur le Commerce, 558
ning the Fertility of Palestine, 565 REFLEXIONS Historiques. See WEUVES.
HISTORY of the Royal Society of Medi- SAGG10 Hiftorico, &c.
SAGG10 full Educazione de Principi,
- of Man,
HEYNE's Coliection of Discourses on SAMMLUNG Antiquarischer, &c. 580
580 SHERLOCK's Letters. See More.
HUNGARY, Comp. Hift of, 580 VOYAGE Pittoresque de la Grece, Ch. V.
INQUIRIES concerning Commerce, 558
LAUDUN's Diff. on the pernicious Edels
dans les Mers de Inde, &c. 542
of Flesh Broths in Fevers, 571 WEUVES, M, his Hiftorical Refiellions
LE GENTIL's Voyage in the Indian on the Commerce of France, 553
542 WINDSH, M. C. Go.t. his Hift. of the
MARAT's Discoveries in Ele&ricity, &c, Hungarians,
540 . ..