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The Oxford Magazine,

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ADVERTISEMENTS, remarkable ones, viz. A Gentleman ad-
vertises for a Lady 32—Lairy Cottollo, a Prisoner in Newgate, de-
clares himself a Candidate, for the County of Middlesex 32—A Lady makes
a small Bequest to four Maidens 32. — A young Lady, who has been fe-
. duced, debauched, and diseased, advertizes for Relief 32—A Methodist
Woman advertises for a Methodist Husband 33—A Gentlewoman offers
to assist a Gentleman in the Matrimonial Way for the Loan of 150/. 33 —
A curious Blunder 33—A severe Sarcasm on the J^ffair in St. George's
Fields 33—To young accomplished Women 33—Mr. de Saulieu, Sur-
geon-Dentist to the State of Ireland 76—Remarkable Instance of filial
Affection 76—Irish Mode of advertizing Charity Sermons 76—Proposal
to a Lady 76—A young woman.offers her Services to the Gentlemen, as
. Ihe finds it impossible to please the Ladies 76—The Learning of a certain
Justice displayed 76—Method to encourage Population 77—Oath taken
by the Corsicans . . ■ Page 77

•Address to Governor Bernard, with his Answer >— 164

Address to the British Ladies ■ 195

Alderford, Elizabeth, her Letter . 163

Anecdote of the Principal of Hertford Collage, Oxon, 140

Atkinson, his curious Advertisement - 149

Articles and Necessaries of Life taxed and excised 67

Arundelian Marbles, Account of ■ ■ 51

Autumn, Description of ■ — — 1 f 5

Autumn, an Ode — — — — 1 $2

•Autumn, by Mr. Brerewood — — 196

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Bargain, an humorous one — — — — 114

Bernard, Governor, his Proclamation — — 155

Birch, his Character of K. James I. — — — i iz

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Blunder of a School-Master — — — —

Boat, a curious one described — — —

Brave Fellow, wanted to wait on a single Lady — — nj

Britannia's unhappy Case — — _

Brutes, on the Sensibility of — — — 64.

Cavendish, General, Account of his Death — — 30

Canterbury, Arch-bishop of, Reflections upon his private Funeral ioz

Calistus and Lucinda, a Tale ■ ■' 106

Charge, sensible one giien by the Grand Signior to the Grand Vizir 194

Charles I. Character of, by Mrs. Macauly 253

Chastity in the Nobility, an Essay, with a Letter from Lady Bacon to

the Earl of Essex on that Subject, and the Earl's Answer 224

Christmas, Essay on its Celebration 231

Character of King James the First, from Birch's Memoirs of Queen

Elizabeth ——— 211

City of London's Address to the King of Denmark 124

Clergy, Scheme for their Preferment - 205

Clergy, rising of, to demand an Encreafe of Wages ■ 8;

Cooke, Doctor's, Account of Salt, with it's several Combinations 61

Cooke, Doctor, on the Use of Vipers in Medicine , . , . 174.

on the Formation of the human Heart _______ 207

Comfort for the Afflicted, by Voltaire 109

Constitution of G. B. —" 113

Coronation, serious Thoughts thereon' . 35

Corsica, if conquered by France, hurtful to England — 92

Country Life — — ■' — — — 196
Curry, Michael, his Affidavit of the Methods made use of to induce

him to betray his Employer —— . 121

D.

Dedication, a very extraordinary one, by Denzil Holies — 184

Denmark, an Account of '70

Description of a Character at the Masquerade 148

Desire and Love, a Poem — — — — — 277

Difference between Men and Brutes ■ — 176

, Draining Plough, Description of ■ ■ —■ 112

E.

Egerton, Lord Keeper, his Letter to the Earl of Essex 88

Elegy on the first of September. — . 116

Elizabeth, Memoirs of, Extract from thence ■ -' 212

Enigma ——— ■ ■ 195

English Merchant, Adventures os ■ 93, 133

Epigram, by Mr. LewisDuncombe —— 36

Epigramma ______ 36

Epigram, from the French ■ ■ 116

Epigram ■■ ■■■ ■ ■ ^— 153

Epistle
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Epistle to aLady very fearful of-Thunder _______ 36

Epittola Poet*, &c. . 77

Epistle to a Scullion Maid — ——— —— 116

Epistle to Miss N k — — 116

Epistle to the Representatives of Philadelphia —— 154.

Epitaph on a Fire Place - —— njj

Epitaph on Alexander Ross 11 ■ 195

Epilogue to the Trsgedy of Zingis —— — 235

Error Detected, concerning the Death cf Lady Jane Seymour 192

Erudition of the Middlesex Justices displayed 1 234

Essay on the Preferment of the Inferior Clergy' 205

Essex, Earl of, remarkable Anecdote concerning him 87

Evidence, a Closet-Door deemed sufficient , 149

Extract of a Letter from the E. of HiHsljorough to the Governor of the

Maflacnusett's Bay ', 83

Extract from the Remainder of Lord Hilliborough's Letter — 84
Extempore, on hearing a Clergyman had a View to a Seat in the House

of Commons ■ ■ 236

Fallasy In Vision, a remarkable one explain'd ■ ' ■ ■ 64

Farringdon Controversy — — — ■«■» 266

Fatal Indifference; or the History of Matilda Markham 128

Fecundity, remarkable Instance of, from acuribusMonumentallnscription 217
Foxi remarkable Adventures of one — •—— 194

Funeral Geremony of a Lap-Dog ■■ ■ 114

Gardiner, John, his Affidavit _____ 2J7

Generous Country Maid; or Disinterested Love, a Novel 56

—■ concluded ——— 97

Genius, whether a natural Gift or the Effect of Education g

Gillam, Samuel, Esq. his Trial for Murder' 2f

Gi)!am's Trial, Remarks on ■ «1 —— 29

Gly.nn's Address to the Clergy and Freeholders of Middlesex 226

Glynn's second Address to the Freeholders of Middlesex > 1- ,. 229

Gout, Observations on the Cure of it ■ n » > > - 185

Gout, an Invocation to the — _- .__ 277

Gratitude strongly professed by Candidates for a Seat in Parliament 194

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FTappiness, fruitless Attempts after it in this Life 1 ■. ill

Hay'ward, Dr. on his Death —— 78

Hearse, a Lover's Conveyance to Scotland ..... - . J14

Heart, a Treatise on the Formation of, by. Dr. Cooke ■ . ,t 207

Hicks, Dr. John, remarkable MS. given by him to the Museum 103

Hints to the Editors of the Oxford Magazine .1 . 1. . 91

History cf Martha Steady -——» '- , ico

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History

I. . JJ D E X. 281

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History of Mirril,- a Grecian Tale, translated from the Triomphe de

l'Amitie —— .221

Home's Address to Sir W. B. Proctor ~*t 22$

James I. his Character, by Dr. Birch —— —— 212

Jaw and Teeth fradulently obtained; the Author advertised 234

Jeannot and Colin, a Tale, from Voltaire ■ ■ 189

Jeffries, Judge,- his Behaviour at the Trial of the Rev. Rich. Baxter 125

Insensible Fair - ■ ■ — 116

Intrigues at Wallingiord House —— «~ —« 144

Johnson, Mr. Samuel, Remarks on his Trial for a Libel >**■ 24.6

K.

King of Denmark's Answer to the City of London's Address —< 124
King of France's Picture, on a Snuff-Box lost —149

King's Speech to the Lords and Commons — — 201

Kiss, a Tale, tranflated from the German of Mr. Gorstenburgh 26

Letter I. on English Grammar '— — — 3.3

Letter II. on English Grammar — — — 45

Letter III. on English Grammar ——- —— —? 110

Letter IV. on English Grammar —— — 138

Letter V. on English Grammar — —• j8o>

Letter VI. on EnglHh Grammar -r — « $

Liberty, by Cruphios — — —170

List of the Grand Jury at Gwlford -— — — 75

Love of our Native Country, an Essay tr* . — 59

M,

Macauly, Mrs. her Character of King Charles I. — 253
Manigault's Epistle to Tho. Cufhing, Esq. Speaker of the House of

Representatives r— 1 155

Manner of a Nun's lying in State « — 272

Maria, Verses on, by J. P. — — —- 276

Masquerade, King of Denmark's, Description of ■ ■ 160

Mathematical Question, by Thomas Allen —1 220

Maxim —— — —— —— 179

Maxims, by Poor Richard — — — — 218

Message from the Governor to the Assembly at Boston — 83

Message from the House to the Governor. .. .■. ... 83

Message from the Governor to the Assembly — — —j 83

Message from the Governor to the Assembly — — 84

— from the Assembly to the Governor — — — — 84

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Message from the Governor to the Assembly — — —

■ from the Aslembly to the Governor 111

Meslcge to Governor Bernard —• —— 157

Method to remove a Bishop's Scruples concerning Masquerades 149

Mirril, History of, concluded — — 261

Mistake, an humourous one ———— 233

Mouldy on tUp Death of a favourite Dog >- 153

N.

National Debt, Essay on the' 167

Nations, cf the reciprocal Contempt of 53

Newcastle, Duke of, Preamble to the Patent when created Earl of Clare 200
Nun, Ceremony of her Reception at a Convent, and taking of the

White Veil ——— 140

Nun, the Ceremony of her taking the Black Veil . 181

Nymph of Diana, a Tale, translated from the German 59

O.

Occasionaliit" ——^ ■ ■ 230

Ode, lor the. New Year — '— — 274.

Olman, Mr. Giles, his Answer to Mr. Ralph Singleton's Epiltle 152

Paintings of Vandyke, on the — .— — . Z73

Parson, Battle between-him and his-Ckrk ■ 113

Petition reported to the House-of Representatives at Boston ..■ 156

Percival, Doctor, his Experiments and Observations on Water 248

Pierre de Sainte Cross on a Lady's Breast 35

Pillow, Poem thereon - - ■ —■ 78

Poem to the Rev. Mr. John Home- — — 236
Preamble to a Grant from an Indian King to the East India Company;

exactly translated ■ —;

Preamble to the Patent when the late Duke of Newcastle was created

Earl of Clare . — — — 260

Poor, a Proposal to take them-by the Head — - 234

Proctor, Sir W. Beauchamp's, Address to the County of Middlesex 227

Prologue to the Tragedy of Zingis — 234

Prologue spoken by Mr. Povvel, for the benefit of the Westminster New

Lymg-In Hospital 7— — 235

Prophecy of Famine, extract from —— —— 140

Provoco ad Populum ——— • 20

Publick Spirit, remarkable Instance of, in the Cobler of Messina 20
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Queen Elizabeth's Entertainment,-.by Rob. Dudley, Earl of Leicester 169
Query relating to the Small Pox ■ ■ . . 209

Queries by L. M. — — 67

Question, concerning the Sahnesi of the Sea Water —— 193

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