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TAB L E
TITLES, AUTHOR'S NAMES, &c. of the Books
and PAMPHLETS contained in this Volume,
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGES, see the INDEX,
at the End of the Volume.
BRITISH PUBLICATION S.
For the Corrents of the FOREIGN articles, see the last page of
ADAMS, John, his Young Sea- BREAD. See Advantages,
Officer's Afiftant, 406 Brief Hist, of the Puritans, . 76
ADVANTAGES of a Settlement on Brydone's Tour through Sicily
472 gress of Language, 166, 421
Answer to Phipps,
157 Carr's Transl. of Lucian, 161
Caro. See Memorh.
CHAPMAN on Education,
to Antiquity, Vol. II, 178, 255 CHESTERFIELD's Witticisms, 402
BEATTIE's Essay on Truch shewn CLARKE's Tranflation of Telema.
to be sophistical,