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CCIDENTS of life, 17.

Droffiana. Lord Chancellor Clarendon, 23. Account of Gabriel Snodgrafs, 3. John Selden, ib. Charles Townsend, ib. Kotzebue, 6.

Sir James Eyre, 7. George II. 24. George Grenville, ib. W. Reveley, 21. Dr. John Brown, 27. Lord Hillsborough, ib.

Dr. Thomas Leland, 75. Suwar. Duel between Lord St. Vincent and Sir John row, 147, 237, 299.

William Seward, Ord prevented, 284. 219.

Anna Williams, 225. Dr. Jo- Durham, Bifhop, his circular letter on the fiah Tucker, 291, 377

Mr. Samuel

poor, 385.
Mare, 363. James Hay Beattie, 387. Dutch navy surrendered, 208.
Address from the Legislative Body to the Egypt, advices from, 262.
French people, 424.

Embarkation of troops to Holland, 213. Aleffandria taken, 201.

Epitaph on Jackfon, comedian, so. Armifice, at Alkmaar, 354, 416.

Execution at the Old Bailey, 356. Artois, Count, his letter to the provoft of Eyre, Chief-justice, account of, 7. Edinburgh, 213.

Fable, 384 Arundel-castle described, 151. - Farther Fearne, Charles, account of, 81, 153, 227. account, goz.

Ferrara taken, 61. Auftrians, victories by, 128.

French minifters at Radstadt, account of Battles between Ruffians and French, 133.

their murder, 221. Between French and English in Holland, Ganges, schooner, loss of, 66. 277.1

Gibbs, Jane, prosecution by her, 213. Benares, massacre at, 47.

Hamburgh described, 151, 210. Bite of a snake, remedy for, 244.

Hardwicke, Lord, his letter to Lord Angan-
Black River, account of bridge over, 368. dale, 369.
Brown, Dr. John, account of, 27.

Helder taken, 206.
Buonaparte defeated at Acre, 132, 133. Highbury-house, account of, 77.

Obtains a victory at Aboukir, 262. - Ar. Hildesley, Dr. Mark, letter from, 311.
rives in France, 264.

Hindoftan, account of custom there, 310. Captures from the enemy, 53, 127, 128, Holland, military operations there, 341, 351. 193: 203, 204, 410, 415, 420.

Hotze, General, victories by him, 56, 59, Charles II. description of his disguise, 6. 60. Children's balls reprobated, 8o.

Impeachment of the French directors, 119. Civita Vecchia taken, 414.

Impudence and modefty, 366. Clutterbuck, Mr. remarks on Dr. Mitchell, Johnson, Dr. account of his last illness, 153. 293, 377:

Joubert, General, killed, 211, 212. Coaft-cruelty, 13.

Junius, controversy about the author, 94. Commislions, observations on two extraor. Juvenal application of a patrage to Lord dinary ones, '9.

Mansfield, 92
Cooke, Captain, takes the La Forte, 201. Killarney-lake described, 303, 379.
Corn, orechod of drying it, 335.

Korzebue, account of, 6.
Declaration of war by Ruffia against Spain, Leland, Dr. Thomas, account of, 75.

- Of the Emperor of Russia to the Letter from Dr. Henry Stubbe, gr. Dr. members of the German empire, 422. Mark Hildefley, 311. Lora Hardwicke, Dramatic tafte of the age, 84, 162, 230, 369. Vol. XXXYI. Des. 1799.

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Lord-mayor chosen, 284.

Saint James's church, Clerkenwell, account Luciensteig, action at, 58. Lutine-frigate loft, 356.

Schagen, battle of, 278. Lycophron, criticism on, 335.

Scott, Thomas, Regicide's Confession, 170, Macdonald defeated, 132.

Seamen, means to preserve on shipwrecks, Mackliniana, 297, 373.

149. Mantua taken, 203.

Secret convention between Prussia and France, Marriage of Madame Royale, 66.

137. Matrimonial happiness, rules for, 154. Seringapatam taken, 273. Matthews, William, address to the public Seward, William, account of, 2:9. on scarcity, 261.

Sieyes's speech the 14th of July, 137. Milan taken, 61.

Smith, Sir Sidney, repulses Buonaparte at Miffionary-ship taken, 282.

Proceedings by him, 127. – Moralizer, No. 4, 19: No. 5, 239.: No. 6, Receives a present from the Grand Signor, 315: No.7, 382.

139. Farther proceedings before Acre, More, Hannah, observations on her strictures

198, 268. on female education, 169.

Spanish answer to the Russian manifefto, 283. More, Samuel, account of, 363.

Spanish galleons taken, 409. Nassau loit, 357.

Sterne's works, imitation of, 235, 306. Novi, engagement near, 211.

Stubbe, Dr. Henry, letter from, 91. Pacha written for bashaw, 305, 407.

Surinam taken, 346. Park, Munga, account of his travels, 25, Suwarrow, General, operations by, 55. 88, 167.

Successes, 130, 132.

Account of, 147, Parliamentary Proceedings. On seditious ro

237, 299 -cieties, 49. - Rullian subsidy, 50, 51. Temple, Sir William, manuscripts in EmSunday-papers, ib. 124. Supplies, 52.

manuel library, 336. Message from the king, 121. Slave- Theatrical Journal. Mr. Storey, 42. - Mr. trade, 122. — - Address of the speaker, ib. - Gardner, ibid. - Castle of Sorrento, ibi The king's speech on the prorogation, 123. Sighs, 113.

Gander-Hall, 115. — Fête - Increase of the judges' salaries, 124. at Frogmore, ib. Red-Cross Knights, The king's speech, 265.- Thanks to the 187. -- Mr. Elliott, 189.

Miss CàmpEast-India governors and generals, 267, .bell, ib. - Mr. Raymond, 255. The 337 Loan to Liverpool and Lancaster, Embarkation, ib. The Naval Pillar, ib. 338.

Importation of corn, 339. - Mr. Macartney, ib. - Management, 327. Parliament adjourned, 340.

Mr. Tomkins, 328. Mrs. St.-Ledger, Pickle for meat, receipt for, 368.

ib. Mrs. Higgenson, ib. - Mr. De Pizzighetone taken, 53.

Canp, 329:

The Turnpike-Gate, ib. Plague, hints for preventing, 407

Pavilion, ib. The Wise Man of the Pope Pius V. death of, 212.

The East Indian, 399. — Pope's Homer, letter on, 370.

Mr. C. j Macartney, ib. Potatoes, receipt for boiling, 407

Tortona taken, 56. Proclamation of Buonaparte, 423.

Tucker, Dr. Joseph, account of, 291, 377. Review at Maidstone, 139.

Of volunteer Turin taken, 132.

Vestale frigate taken, 268. Revolution at Paris, 334, 423.

Vienna gazette extraordinary, 412. Ricot, account of, 296.

Walpole, anecdotes of, 367. Rowan, Hamilton, advertisement from, 139. Wanderer, No. 15, 4: No. 16, 77 : No. 17, Russian account of the action at Alkmaar, 170: No. 18, 241. 423.

Williams, Mis. Anna, account of, 225. Ruffians defeated, 414.

Zurich, actions at, and in the neighbourhood Saint Elmo taken, 203.

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NECDOTES of George Frederick Han- Lindfay's Sermon on Towers's Death, 42 dell and John Christopher Smith, 40 Macneil's Links of the Forth

254 Afiatic Researches, vol. V.

245 Marshall'o Rural Economy of the Suthern Beattie's Minttied and ochor pieces, 387 Counties

I 3 Beeke's Observations on the Income-Tax, ut

Minutes, Experiments, &c. on the Booker's Hop-Garden 397 Southern Counties

322, 394 Boucher’s View of the Causes and Confequen- Matthieson's Letters from various Parts of the ces of the American Revolution, 186 Concinent

41 Brief Account of the Life and Writings of. Meister's Letters written in England, IJO Terence

326 More's Strictures on Female Education, 39 Butler's Chronological Table, on a new Plan, Murray's English Reader

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Perkins's Experiments with Metallic TracCardew's Sermon at Truro 187 tors

326 Clutterbuck's Remarks on the Opinions of Pilkington's Biography for Girls John Hunter

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327 Crambe Repetita 42 Porteous, Bithop's, Charge

253 D'Ivernois' Historical and Political Survey Power of Parliament considered 254 of France

40. Pratt's Gleanings, vol. V. Douglas, Sylvester's, Speech on the Union Proceedings in the Cause of Mackell v. Han. with Ireland

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255 Duegan's Fair Representation of the State of Ramel's Narrative of the Deportation to CaIreland

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40 Easton's Human Longevity

325 Rational Humorist Eton's Survey of the Turkish Empire, 98 Reports respecting the Scotch Distilleries, 2

254 Feltham's English Enchiridion

326 The Ring, or Merry Wives of Madrid, III Fénélon's pious Reflections for every Day in Rivers’s Sermon

398 the Month

327 Scarlet's Translation of the New Testament, Gay’s Strictures on the proposed Union, 254

181 Gray's Poetical Works

326 Secret Anecdotes of the Revolution of the Grellier's Terms of the Loans

18th Fructidor Guallier's Cours de Lectures

187 Sheridan and Kotzebue Harley's Ballad-Stories, Sonnets, &c. 254 Smith's Poems

41 Hiftorical and Philosophical Memoirs of Stevens's Lecture on Heads

397 Pius VI.

317, 389 Thoughts on the English Government, 396 Hunter's Scepticism not separable from Im- Tooke's View of the Russian Empire, morality, a Sermon

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106, 152, 249 Hutchinson's Biographia Medica 26 Vancouver's Voyage

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Vortigern and Henry I. Inwood's Sermons before the Free-Masons, 38 Walpoliana

395 Irwin's Failure of the French Crusade, 254 Weld's Travels through America, 173 Knigye’s History of Amtfrath Gutman, 110 Willich's Lectures on Diet and Regimen, Kotzebue's Peevith Man I12

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253 Wollaston's Origin and Inlidious Arts of ja. La Peyrouse, a Drama, 253 cobinism

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257 Aurelia and the Spider

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250 Content

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to Religion Devonshire, Duchess, Passage of the Moun- no to W. De Bow; M.D.

334 tain of St. Gothard 405 to Patience, by Mrs. Sheridan,

400 Edwin and Anna 44 Palmerston, Lord, verses by him,

401 Elegy on a Lap-dog, by Dr. Tiotter, 258 Pope, lines supposed to be written by,

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189 Epigram by Sir James Lawrence 49

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192 Providence Epilogue to Sighs

114 Reeves, John, on his birth-day 403 - to the Wise Man of the East, 398 Scott's Ode to Fancy

45 Epitaph on Lawrence Davis at Gosport, 49

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400 Fate of France 256 Sonnet on Miss Seward's fonnets

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- to Mrs. Charlotte Smith Infcription under a piąure of John Selden, Spring Prospects 333 Tibullus imitated

403 Invocation to Health

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BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES, PROMOTIONS, &c.

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Breese, 286

Broggart, 68

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Fead, 430

Calvert, 286

Adams, 68
Amory, 431
Anderson 140
Andrew, 70, 141
Angerftein, 285
Anftruther, 69
Ardefcit, 359
Arnold, 214
Ashe, 213
Atherton, 214
Atrel, 192
Auchinleck, 357
Axford, 68
Bachop, 75
Bacon, 142
Bagot, 343
Balfour, 142
Bancroft, 431
Banks, 141
Bantry,. 430
Barber, 143
Barker, 287
Barnard, 68
Barthelemon, 215
Barton, 430
Barwell, 358
Baskerfield, 286
Baskervilie, 214
Barch, 68
Bayley, 213
Beddek, 143
Bedwell, 145
Belfour, 70
Bell, 287
Bellas, 43!
Bellew, 70
Bennet, 141
Bergman, 358
Berkeley, 214
Bethell, 141
Biddel, 430
Billings, 359
Bishop, 214
Blackburne, 214
Blackwood, 140
Biadon, 71
Blake, 67
Blakifton, 68
Bloomfield, 358
Blundel, 285
Boddam, 286
Bonner, 485
Bordley, 359
Boswell, 480
Boulton, 480
Bourne, 142

Compton, 357

Ellis, 70, 143 359
Bradish, 430
Comyn, 358

Elwood, 286
Brapfton, 142 Cook, 143, 430, 431 Emmet, 435
Brasch, 68
Corlett; 142

Entwisle, 140
Coulter, 69

Elplin, 143
Bretçel, 359

Cramer, 286 Evans, 67, 143
Cramond; 359

Ewart, 215
Bromfieid, 68 Crespigny, 142 Eyre, 70; 142, 285

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Brooke, 69, 141, 143, Creswell; 68
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Cuming, 430

Fairfax, 143
Brookes, 68 Cunningham, 430

Fairless, 215
Browne, 286
Curtis, 70

Farquhar, 430
Bruće, 213

Curzon, 67
Bryant, 215
Cutler, 68

Fergusfon, 351
Backworth, 357
Dakeyne, 141

Ferrers, 215, 285
Bunbury, 70, 214
Dalrymple, 357

Fielderý 142
Burgess, 287
Dashwood, 430

Fielding, 142
Bury, 141
Davidson, 143

Fitch, 286
Bushby, 75, 143
Davies, 67

Fitzroy, 141
Caley, 358
Davis, 69

Flercber, 70
Dawkins, 358

Flower, 143
Cameron, 69
Dawson, 68

Floyde, 141
Campart, 357
Dean, 68

Foot, 143
Campbell, 67, 140, Deane, 286

Forbes, 214
143, 431
Deans, 215

Forster, 71, 141, 214
Carey, 68
De Castro, 430

Frampton, 213
Cartwright, 287 De Charmilly, 140

Francis, 430
Cary, 430
De Coetlegon, 285

Fraser, 142
Chamberlayn, 359
De la Pole, 431

Frederick, 359

Freeman, 67
Chambers, 141, 357 Denne, 214

French, 215
Champion, 142, 430 Desborough, 359
Charlemont, 142
Lew, 358

Frye, 682
Chester, 213

Dickenion, 358 Fuller, 215, 430
Chetham, 287 Dickson, 358, 430

Furtado, 358
Chichagoff, 357
Dixon, 287

Galton, 69,
Chillail, 358
Dudsen, 359

Gambier, 357
Chriftian, 141
Dodľworth, 235

Gape, 68
Clankicarde, 357
Dorlet, 71

Gardner, 430
Clare, 142
Douce, 430

Garthshore, 215
Clark, 430
Douglas, 67

Gascoigne, 285
Clarke, 358
Douding, 215

Gatford, 141
Clavering, 68
Dou nes, 71

George, 67
Clayfield, 143
Drummond, 143

Gerard, 430
Ciencurry, 214
Duti, 273

Gironal, 71
Clendining, 71
Dugdale, 67

Gubbott, 357
Clinton, 213
Dunbar, 287

Godfrey, 213
Clowes 286
Dundas, 67

Goldch wait, 214
Cohany 285

Dungan:on, 68 Goodday, 68
Coilin, 68
Dunn, 431

Gou ding, 140
Durham 142

Gower, 352
Collings, :42
Collingwood, 71
Durrant, 285

Graham, 142
Colman. 141
Earl, 140

Granby, 68
Cologon, 71
Echlin, 431

Grüme, 430
Colp.is, 254
Eckley, 68

G:een, 358
Colville, 285

Edgar, 70
Columbine, -359.

Egeriuri, 358 Griffith, 67
Comes, 213
Ekins, 68

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