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CARROTS, Treatise on,
CHICHELE, Genealogy of that Fa-
406 NEMALE Barbers,
165 FEMALE Adventurers,
CHRYSAL, Vols. III. and IV. 87 FENNING's Schoolmaster's Guide,
CHURCHILL, an Elegy, 164
COLONIĖS, Tracts relating to FLEMING's Grammatical Observa-
398, 484, 485 tions,
COMMERCIAL Laws, &c. 481. FOR E-STALLING, Laws against, 27
COMPARATIVE View, &c. 356 Foote's Commissary,
Comens's Digelt of the Laws, FRANKLIN'S Sermons, 186
16 Free and candid Address to Mr.
CONSIDERATIONS on Behalf of Pitt,
398 Free Thoughts on Love, &c. 248
73 FRUIT-Shop, a Tale, 86
Cooper's Sermons on Predeftina-
Elbow-chair, a Poem, 325
CORRESPONDENCE with the Re.
viewers, 167, 246, 328,408,496 . ARNER's Portrait of Oratory,
CUMBERLAND's Summer's Tale,
489 GENEROUS Briton,
GEOGRAPHY of England, 166
GERDIL's Reflections on Educa-
'ALEMBERT's Account of the GODDARD's Letter to the Jews, 161
406 GOLDSMITH's Essays,
Darine and Amyntor, 326 GRIEVANCES of the Colonies, 484
Dawson's Illustration of several
Death of a Friend,
DEFENCE of Free mafonry, 244
DIALOGUE in the El. Fields, 164 ARRISON'S Narrative of Pro.
on the Subjection of
DICKSON ON Agriculture, ib. HARRISON, Thomas, his Answer
Du Moulin on Peace of Soul, 347 to Bligh,
Dunr's Improvements in Aftrono- HEMSWORTH's Key to the Law,
Hill on Centaury,
History of the Marq. de Crefly,
DWARDS's Ep. to Lowth, 162
of a Corporation of Ser.
Ellys's Tracts on Liberty, vants,
of Miss Cathcart, 405
ELPHINSTON's Principles of the Holwel.l's Historical Events, 265
274 Home on the Croup, 419
Essay on the Duties of a Sea offi- Honest Man's Reasons, &c. 76
88 HowE on Episcopacy,
on British lsinglars, 426 Hurd's Moral and Political Dia-
EXCERPTA quædam e Newtoni logues,
LUMLY's Poem on Bribery. 85
LYTTELTON's Additional Dia-
Ackson's Art of Riding, 344
logues of the Dead,
JE A COCKE'S Vind of St. Paul, 156
Jesuits. See D'ALEMBERT.
INOCULATION. See MONRO.
(Aclaine's Translation of
JOHNSON'S Ed. of Shakespeare, 285
JUDGMENT of Paris, 23 MAN, Comp. View of his Facul.
ties with those of Animals, 356
Merits of the Administration, 238
Merrick's Transl. of the Psalms,
Kenrick's Review of John. Merry Midnight Mistake, 327
son's Shakespeare, 457 Mills's Husbandry,
KIM BOLTON Park,
KIRKPATRICK's Translation of Miscellaneous Pieces of Poetry,
Modern Universal History, Vol.
Monody on the Death of the D.
E LIEVRE's Account of the of C.
403 Monro on Inoculation,
LETTER to the E. of B. 87 Moser's Letter to the Vicar of Sa-
to the E. of Bute, 164
to the Common Council Mosheim. See MACLAINE.
238 Moss's Guaging,
to the Reviewers, 245 Mozeen's Fables,
to Mr. Phillips, 320 MURRAY's Supplement to his Ship-
to a Member of Pt. 484 building
LETTERS, on the Force of Imagi.
nation in Pregnant Women, 28
on the Fall, &c. 480
LIBERTY. See ELLYS.
LIND on Fevers, &c. 301 Airn and Ogilvie's Trial,
- on the Health of Seamen, 324
Linden's Def. of Sutherland, 403 NARRATIVA of an Extraordinary
LOCKMAN's Entertaining Instruc- Event,
327 Navigations, Inland, View of
LONGITUDE, Account of Proceed- their Advantages,
ings relating to
63 Necessity of Repealing the
Harrison's Narrative Stamp-act,
Minutes of, 69
Particulars relative to,
Lowth, Dr. Edwards's Ep. to, 162
his Leter to Warburethane ODE to the People of England
OGBORNE's Midnight Miftake, 327
OGILVIE. See NAIRN.
Amson's Rational Phyfic, 402
SCOURGE, a Satire, 488
SECRET Springs of the lateChanges,
SERMONS, by Franklin,
me by Cooper, 320
SERMONS, Single, 88, 328, 495
AIR of Spectacles, 237 SHIRLEY's Electra,
Parry's Harmony of the SKINBER on the Mosaic Chrono-
PASTORAL Elegy on the Duke of SMART's Translation of the Psalms,
PEARSALL's Reliquiæ Sacræ, 236 SMOLLET'S Continuation, Vol. V.
PHILOSOPHICAL Transact. Vol. Somis's Narrative of an Extraor-
444 dinary Event,
PIGEONS, Treatise on, 8i STEMMATA Chicheleana,
PLAIN Man's Guide,
160 STEVENSON's Poems, 239
POLITICAL Logic displayed, 163 SUMMER's Tale, a Comedy, 489
Apology, 320 Swift's Posthumous Works, 1
Pollio, an Ode,
PORTUGAL. See COMMIRCIAL
Pott on the Fiftula,
PRIESTLEY's Lectures, 192
PRINCIPLES of the late Changes,
THOUGHTS on the Times,
TILLARD's Letter to Phillips, 320
Tissor's Advice to the People, 46
Trial for Murder of the Siege of
USRIES, Georgical, &c. 241
TRIAL of Kath. Nairn, &c. 407
TYTHES, Law's concerning, 400
EFORMATION of the Church
of England reformed,
238 translated, Vols. XII. XIII,
RHODECUNE, a Tragedy, 85 XIV.
Ridley's Review of Phillips's Life View of Inland Navigations, 468
473 VINDICATION of the Whigs, 320
ROUSSEAU, Answer to, by Gerdil,
of the Ministry's
by Moser, VOLTAIRE's Philosophical Dic
WAThen on the Ven. Disease,
WEEKES's Angel and Curate, 86
TALKER's Practical Christia. Weston's Specimens of Abbrevi-
WANDERER, a Novel,
490 Will of a Northern Vicar, 164
WAR BURTON'S Divine Legation, Wiseman's English Grammar, 20
127 Whytt on Nervous Disorders, 113
CONTENTS of the FOREIGN ARTICLES
in the APPENDIX to this Volume.
de Sciences et Belles Lettres de
BBE Richard's Account of HISTOIRE, la Physique de l', 547
513 HISTORY, Natural, of Nations,
ACADEMY, Royal, of Berlin, Hiša
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