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Dacier's Medals, & Hist. of England, 477
D'Alemtert's Posthumous Works, SC7
Darwin. See Brown.
De Lolme or Making Wills, ' 87
Demonstration of the Necessity of an Union,
Des Carrieres--Petit Parrasse François, 461
Desenfans' Plan respecting the Fine Arts,
Cæsarean Operation. See Hull.
Cambridge.' See Letter. .
Campbell's Pleasures of Hope,
Castle of St. Donat's,
-- of Montval,
Cavalry. See Warnery, Yeomanry, Light
Cbarité & Polydorus, 'is
China. See Van Braam.
Chitty on the Law of Bills of Exchange, 459
Cburch, English. See Cove. See Letter.
, Gallican. See Dissertation.
Cisalpine Republic, Account of, 71
Clarke's (Dr.) Medicina Praxeos Compen-
Dissertation, Historical, on the Gallican
Don Carlos, a Tragedy,
Drake's Literary Hours,
Drill. See Russell.
Durnford and East-Term Reports, 458
Durch Embassy. See Van Braam.
Dutton's Translation of Pizarro,
Dyer's Address to the People,
's (Mr.) Naval Sermons, 471
- , Rev. John, Account of, 476
Classics. See Brüggemann.
Coalition See Arguments.
Coins. See Cr.der. See Pye.
Coleman on the Hosse's Foot, to 383
Coleridge's Fears in Solitude, . 43
Colman's Feudal Times,
Concise Selection of the Excellencies of
Conder on Provincial Coins, 114
Considerations on National Independence,91
on Public Affairs in lre-
i . 219
Constantinople, Travels to, ang PT549
Consumption. See Bed does.
Continent, Observations on the State of, 105
Coombe Ellen, a Poem, ive 339
Coote's History of England, concluded, 51
Copyholds, Law of, Vol. II. - 461
Coray's Characters of Theophrastus, 506
Cordier's French Bee,
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viewers, 118-120, 240, 360, 480
Fever, Putrid, Account of, 346
of Philadelphia, Facts relating to,
— of the West Indies, Facts on, 454
- See M'Lean.
Field Preaching, Sermon on, 480
Fine Aris. See Descnfans.
Firth on Lord Thanet's Case, 460
Firegerald's Nelson's Triumph, 335
Foster's Speech on the Irish Union, 215
-— , Observations on, 344
Foucbecour's French Translation of Ras-
France, Tracts relating to, 105, 105,
115, 235, 236, 238, 239
French Freedom, Blessings of, 115
Frend's Principles of Taxation, 107
Hogarth. See Ireland.
Holman's Vorary of Wealth,
Homicide, Law of,
Hoole's Works of Leeuwenhoek,
Horse's Foot. See Coleman.
Hospitals, Army. See Williams.
Hugbes on the Principles of Jacobinism,
Hull on the Cæsarean Operation, S,
Hunter on Vegetable and Animal Partu-
Hydraulics. See Prony.
Gallican Church. See Dissertation.
Gaskir's Edition of Southgate's Sermons,
Gazetteer. See Crutwell. See Morse.
Geisweiler's Translation of the Noble Lie,
Geography, System of,
German, Introduction to,
G1 Blas corrigé,
Gillespie's Advice to Commanders in the
Girard on the Resistance of Solids, 517
Glover's Leonidas, new Edit.
Gretbe's Gortz of Berlingen, 222
Greek, Pronunciation of. See Walkır.
Greer, on the New System of Morals, 193
Grobmann's Remains of Egyptian Archi-
Grove-Hill, a Poem,
Gwillim's Charge to the Crand Jury, 38
I and I
Jackson's Cautions to Women, 346
Jacobinism. See Barruel. Sec Aplica-
rion. See Hugbes.
Jamaica, Advice to Persons going to, 86
Fenner's Farther Observations on the
Jerningham's Peckham Frolic, 220
Jervis, Sir J., on an Union,
Jesse on the Learning of the Apostles,
Ildegerte, Queen of Norway,
Imposture, Literary, Account of, 575
Inchbald's Lovers' Vows,
Inclosing, Hints on,
Income, Tax on. See Essay. See Ob-
Independence, National, Considerations on,
Index to Term Reports,
Infantry, Review of,
Innovation, a Poem,
Insanity. See Haslam
Interest, Tables of,
Yohnson's Rassclas, in Fiench,
Ireland's (John) Hogarth illustrated, Vol.
(W. H.) Vortigern, &c. 445
Ireland. See Union. See Knox.
Irish Academy. See Transactions.
Furies. See Dyer. See Suriy.
Hager's Account of a Literary Imposture,
Handel's Sacred Oratorios,
Haslam on Insanity,
Hay's Fast Sermon,
Healtb. See Essay.
Heiberg's Poverty and Wealth, 335
Heliography, Treatise on,
Henry II. a Drama,
Herholdt, Rafu, and Todi, on Perkinism,
Hills (Sir R., Apology for Brotherly
King's Tables of Interest,
Knox on the Political Circumstances of
Koebler's Translation of Warnery on Ca-
Korzebur's Noble Lie,
-Count of Burgundy, 102
- Natural Son,
- --- Adelaide of Wulfingen, 226
- Virgin of the Sun, 228,450
- Reconciliation, a Comedy, 229
- lidegerte, Q. of Norway, 334
- Pizarro, 341, 449, 450
Land, Aoating. See Wright.
Landaff, Bishop of, Letters to, 93
La Perouse's Voyage, translated,
La Place on the System of the World, 499
Larin, Pronunciation of. See Walker.
Laugh when you can,
Law, Civil. See Browne.
Law's Two Sermons on Christianity, 348
Lawrence's Virgin of the Sun, 450
Leeuwenboek's Works, • 408
Letter to the Church of England, : 97
- - to a Member of the Senate of Cam.
Letters from Lausanne,
, Three, on an Union,
Leycester on an Evil Spirit,
Life of Voltaire,
Lipscomb on a Putrid Fever, 346
Lloyd's (C.) Lines on the Fast, : 98
(E.) System of Geography, 213
M'Lean on the Mortality at St. Domingo,
Massoul on Painting,
Mavor's British Nepos,
- British Tourists,
Maurice's Grove Hill, a Poem, 419
Medical Records, Vol. 1. Part 1. 164
Memoirs of Medicine,
of the Paris Academy, concluded,
Painting. See Massoul.
Pallett on Inclosing,
Palmer on Heliography,
Paris Acidemy, Memoirs of, concluded,
Parisb Matters, Laws of,
Park's Travels in Africa,
Parkinson's (James) Medical Admoni-
(Richard) Experienced Far-
Parturition. See Hunter.
Passions, Influence of, Treatise on, 473
Peacock's Little Emigrant,
Perkinism, Experiments on,
Pérou se's Voyage, translated,
Peter III. History of,
Philadelpbia Fever. See Facts.
Pbilosopby, Natural, Journal of, 301
Pbysician, Letters of,
Picturesque Tour through Syria, &c.
Pius VI. Memoirs of,
Pizarro, a Tragedy, 34
341, 449, 450
Plague. See Mertens.
Pleasures of Hope,
Plumptre's Transl. of the Count of Bur-
- of the Natural Son, ib.
of the Virgin of the
of Pizarro, 449
Poems. See Coleridge, Bolland, Lloyd,
of Pope Pius VI. - 563
Mirey's Introduction to English Grama
Mertens on the Plague,
Minto, Lord, Speech on the Irish Union,
Moises's Appendage to the Toilette, 86
Morals. See Green.
Morning and Evening Prayers, 348
Morse's American Gazetteer, 464–6
Munkbouse's Thanksgiving Sermon, 116
Murray's English Reader, - 464
--- (Miss) Original Sonnets, 361
Sbefield, Lord, his Speech,
Smirke's Review of a Battalion of Infan-
Smith's (G) Sermon,
Dry on the Sacred Office, 469
Smytb on Nitrous Vapour,
Solids. See Girard.
Solitude. See Zimmermann.
Sonmini's Travels in Egypt,
Spence's Helen Sinclair,
Sael, Madame de, on the Passions, 473
Slagor inus's Voyages, translated, 328
Sooddort. See Noebden.
Syria, &c. Picturesque Tour through,
Anderson, Wodbull, Fitzgerald, Bowles,
Seward, Maurice, Campbell, Senti-
Polidori-Saggio di Novelle, 461
Pour Laws, Observations on,
Poor. See Reports.
Pepe's Rape of ihe Lock, new Edit. 101
Porson's Edit. of the Hecuba and Orestes,
- See Wakefield.
Porter's Lovers' Vows,
Poverty and Wealth,
Peugens on Northern Antiquities, 495
Pratt's Prospectus of a Polyglott Bible, 92
Prayers for Morning and Evening, 348
Prony's new Hydraulic Architecture, 481
Prostitution, Thoughts on,
Providence: See Archard.
Prussia, Neutrality of.
Pye's Provincial Copper-Coins, 279
- (H. J.) Aristocrat,
Rafu. See Her holdt.
Randall's Letter to the Women, 477
Rasselas, translated into French, 148
Reconciliation, a Comedy,
Reports of the Society for the Poor, 240
Revelation, Excellencies of,
Reynolds's Laugh when you can, 232
Rig brs of Protestants asserted,
o of Discussion,
Rivers's Beauties of Saurin, 392
Rumford's (Count) Proposals for an Insti.
Russell's lastructions for Drill, 349
Tale of the Times
Taxation. See Essays. See Frend.
Tayler's Etymological Chart, 462
Teerb, Advice relative to,
Tbanet, Lord, Case of,
Tbeophrastus. See Coray.
Trompson's Transl. of Adelaide of Wul.
-- Transl. of Ildegerte,
Thoughts on Common Prostitution, 478
Times, Signs of. See Scott.
Tode. See Herboldt.
Tomlins's Index to Term Reports, 87
Tour of the Wye,
Tragedy, Italian. See Walker.
Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy,
Travels of Two Frenchmen, 533
--- to Constantinople,
- - See Park. See Soonini.
Sacred Office, Lectures on, 469
Saint Domingo. See M Lean.
Saint Michael's Mount, a Poem,
Sanderson's Edit. of Relph's Poems, 448
Sounders on the Poor Laws,
Sauris, Beauties of,
Scbiller's Don Carlos,
Scboolmaster, Good, exemplified, 476
Scurt's Vindication of the Scriptures, 213
- on the Signs of the Times, 214
Secrets of the English Bastile, 113
Security of Englishmen's Lives, 458
Sermons, ' Collective. See Southgate,
Glasse; Marsball, Clarke, Smitb.
- Single, 115-118, 348, 358,
359, 479, 480,
Ses of Questions,
Van Braam's Account of the Dutch Em.
bassy to China,
Vermont, History of,
View of the Moral and Political Epide-
Virgin of the Sun,
Union with Ireland, Tracts relative to,
33, 91, 92, 215-221, 344
Vocabulary of Words,
Voltaire, Life of,
Vortigern, and Henry II.
Votary of Wealth,
Voyages. See Colnett, Péreuse, Slavorinus.
Wakefield (Gilb.) In Eurip. Hecubam
Londini nuper publicatam Diatribe, 311,
Walker's (J.C.) Memoir on Italian Tra.
- (John) Key to the Pronuncia.
tion of Greek and La:in,
-- (A.) Epitome of Astronomy,
(R.) Memoirs of Medicine,
Wernery on Cavalry,
Watkins on the Question, &c.
on Copyholds, Vol. II. ib.
Weish Dictionary, Part IV. 110
West Indies. See Gillespie, Jamaica, Fe-
West's Tale of the Times,
W'nalley's Castle of Montval,
What is our Situation?
Wbat is she?
Wbite on the Willow Bark,
W'koll change Old Lamps for New? 346
Whyte on French Freedom,
Wilocke's Translation of Stavorinus's
Willan on Cutaneous Diseases, 5
Williams's Thanksgiving Sermon, 115
- (W. H.) on the Ventilation of
Wills. 'See Bird. See De Lolme.
Wilson's (R.) Letter to Lord Loughbo-
- (C. H.) Poverty and Wealth, 335
Wise's Advice to Persons going to Ta-
Wodhull's Equality of Mankind, 189
Wollaston's Country Parson's Address, 237
Women. See Jackson. See Randall.
Woodville's Reports on the Cow-pox, 414
World, System of. See La Place.
Wrigbe on Floating Land,
Wye, Tour of,