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TITLES, AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Publi-

cations reviewed in this Volume.

BRITISH PUBLICATIONS.

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Docht's Sermons,

249

N AMIBELL's Address to the People Duncan on the Evidence of Reason in

w of Scotland,

149 Proof of the Immortality of the Soul,

CAMPEELL's Charity Sermon at St.

Andrew's Dublin,

414

E.

CANADIAN Freeholder, Vol. II. con: T ASTERN Eclogues,

450

cluded,

139 EDEN's Letters to Lord Carlisle,

CANDID Examination of the mutual

3d Edit.

167

Claims of Great Britain and the Colo.

Additional Letter,

ib.

nies,

492 ELECTRICITY, Publications relative to,

CASTLE of Infamy,
495

308, 435
CEMENTS. See HIGGINS.

ELEGIAC Epifles on Love and War, 493
CHALMERS's Political Annals of the ELLIO T's Philosophical Observations, 53

present United Colonies, 464 ENQUIRY into the Design of the Chrif.

CLARA and Antonio. See LETTERS. tian Sabbath,

CLARE on the Cure of Abscesses, &c. &c. EPISTLE from Fox to Townshend, 170

2d Edit.

243

242

from Browne Dignam, 407

CLAVERING's Efay on the Construction

to a Friend,

461

and Building of Chimneys, 408

-- from Joseph Surface, E?q; to

COMBER's Memoirs of Wandesforde, 91 Mr. Sheridan,

COMMERCIAL Refraints on Ireland Essay on Modern Martyrs, 240

• confidered,

- on the Character and Reign of

CONSTITUTION of England,

King Charles I.

Coox, Capt. Elegy on,

on the Interests of Great Britain

Coor's Voyage. See REMARKS.

in regard to America,

492

Cool Thoughts on American Indepen. Essays Moral and Religious,

dence,

F.

CONFINEMENT for Debt. See In L'Acts, addressed to the Landholders,

.QUIRY

CONSIDERATIONS on the Laws between FANATICAL Divinity exposed, 191

Debtors and Creditors,

334

FANATICISM and Treason, &c. 503

CONSIDERATIons libres fur le Divorce, Fast Day, a Lambeth Eclogue, 403

FATAL Falsehood, a Tragedy, 134

CONSIDERATIONS on the intended Mo- FAUCETT, John, his Death of Eumenio,

dification of Poyning's Law, 408

246

CONSIDERATIONS on the late Disturbo FAUCETT, Benjamin, his Appendix to
ances,

902 his Candid Refle&tions, &c. 499

CORRESPONDENCE with the Reviewers, FELL's Demoniacs, &c. in Answer to

96, 194, 253, 335, 416, 504 Farmer,

177

COTTAGERS, a Musical Eniertainment, Five Letters, &c.

171 FOREIGN Literature, 70, 153, 235, 397.

COWLEY's Maid of Arragon, 378 · Four Letters from the Country Gentle-

CRISIS,

489 man,

240

Critic; orTragedy rehearsed, 152 Fox's Translation of Mehegan, 249

Anticipated,

ib. -- See TICKELL.

CROCKER's Catechism,

251 FRANKLIN's Political and Philosophical

D.

Pieces,

194 -

DEAF Lover,

FRUIT Gardener,
1)DEBATE, in the Irish House of FURLY's Vifitation Sermon, 415
Commons,

247
- in Coaclirraker's Hall, 248 O RAMMAR. See BENGAL,
DEFENCE of the Ac for the Reliet of U Griffith's Times, a Comedy, 245
the Roman Catholics,

238 GUTHRIE's Geography, new and en-

DEMONIACS. See FELL.

larged Edit.

490

DESCENT. Ste REMARKS.,
DETAIL of the American War, 84 11 ALHED'S Grammar of the Bengal
DETECTOR,

· 167
Language,

342

DISPASSIONATE Thoughts on the HAIGH Hint to Dyers, &c. 491

American War,

166 HARDY's Answer to Rio!lay, 342

Dobbs's Letter to Lord North, 316 HARTLEY'S Two Leiters to the York.
Dobson's Hiftory of the Troubadouss, hire Committee,

490 HAYLEY's Epifle to a Friend on the

Du BARRY's Letters, ... 491 Death of Joba Thurnton, Elq; 461

HEADI

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290

G.

486

83

491

498

326

345

409

Hlads of an Agreement bet ween Go. LETTER to Archdeacon Law, verament and the East India Company, .

from Sir Harry Trelawney, ib.

244 - to the People of Ireland, -409 HIDLET'S Pra&ical Arithmetic, 328

from a Gentleman in the HERVIY's Sermons on the Divinity of House of Commons,

485 Chrift,

425 LITTERS on Taxation, HIGGINS's Experiments on Cements,

of Papinian,

89 &c.

361

On the Utility and Policy of HISTORICAL and Political Reflections employing Machines to shorten Labour, on the American Rebellion, 407

224 HISTORY of a French Louse, si

Four,

240 -- of the political Connexion be

between Clara and Antonia, tween England and Ireland, 306 - of the Reformation in Scot

- From D. Hartley, Esq: 486 land,

337 - of the Counters du Barry, &c. of the United Netherlands, 372 HUMBLI Attempt for the Inftru&tion of LINDSEY'S Two Differtations, Youch,

251 LINCOLN, Bishop of, his Sermon, 30th of

January, before the House of Lords,
TEnrins's Discourses,
J JERNINGHAM's Ancient English LOTHIAN's Hiftory of the United Pro-
Wake,
169 vinces,

372 JESSE's Remonftrance,

500 Love and Madness, İMPARTIAL Thoughts on a free Trate LOUSE. See HISTORY. to Ireland,

166 Lowth's Iliah, concluded, 282 INDIA, Eaft, Publications relative to, LYTTELTON, Lord, Poem on the Death 124, 146, 244 of,

87 INGENHOUSE's Experiments on Vege.

kis Poems, 127-28 tables,

M.
INQUIRY into the Policy of making ACAULAY's Unanimity, a Poem,

Conquefts for the Mahometans in lo-
dia,

124

Mahon, Lord, his Principles of Elecinto the Conduct of General tricity, Burgoyne,

. 174 Martin's History and Antiquities of - concerning long Confinement Thetford,

299 for Debt,

18 Martyn's Letter to Dr. Wynne, 248
See SABBATH,

MATRIMONIAL Insolvent Act, 328
JOHNSON and Steevens's Shakespear, 2d MATRIMONY, a Tale,
Edition,
12 MAURICE's Poems,

391
- concluded,

257 MEHEGAN's View of Universal Hiftory JRELAND, Pamphlets relative to, 162, translated,

249 166, 247, 306, 316, 407, 485 MILMOTH's Tutor of Truth, 324 Irwin's Eastern Eclogues, 450

MENDHAM's Serious Thoughts, 499
K .

MIDDLETON's Biographia Evangelica,
TT INKVERVANKOTSDARS PRAKEN-
I GOTCHDERNS, Anecdote of the MILES's Artifice, a Comic Opera, 411
Family of,

368 MILITARY Instructor,
Kippis's Charity Sermon at Gravel MILITARY Memoirs of Great Britain,
415

118 KIRKLAND's Thoughts on Amputation, MILMAN Animadverfiones de Naturd Hy243 dropis ejusque Curatione,

90 Knox's Efsays, Vol. II. . 61 MILNE's Sermons, L.

MILTON, See BEMARKS, TAMBIRT's Sermons,

MIRROR; or Harlequin every where, 172 L Law, Archdeacon, his Charge to MODERN Anecdote of the ancient Fathe Clergy of Rochester,

mily, &c. - Letter concerning,

326 MONTGOMERY's Sermon at St. Mie LESSONS on Elocution,

173 died's on the Anniversary of Q. ElizaLETTER to Lord Sandwich, from a beth's Release from the Tower, 413 Sailor,

84 MORGAN's Do&rine of Annuities, &c.
to the Whigs,
160

414
to Lord North,

240 MOORE, Mrs, her Fatal Falsehood, to Edmund Burke, Esq; on his · Tragedy,

134 Speecb,

Ń

321

250

87

Lane,

428

327

116

368

318

318

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486

316

• N.

REDILLION and Opposition, ŠTO

N ARRATIVI of the Proceedings of RIFLECTIONS ON A Short Hiftory of

Lord George Gordon, &c. 502 Oppofition,
NASMITH's Edition of the Itineraries of REFORMER,
Symon Son of Simeon, and William of RELAPS2, a Novel,

244
Worcester,
· 91 RELIGION of the Times,

32 1

NATIONAL Debt. See BIRD. " REMARKS on the Law of Deferat, 119

0.

on Burgoyne's State of his

nBSERVATIONs on the Answer of Expedition,

324

the K. of Gr. Brit. to the Mani.

on Johnson's Life of Milton,

fefto of the Court of Versailles, 83

478 -

on American Independence,

on the Voyage of the Refolu-

89 tion and Discovery,

489 -

RENOVATION; without Violence, 166

holders of Middlesex,

240 RENWICK's Elegiac Epifles,

493

-on Mr. Burke's Bill, by a REPUBLICAN Form of Prayer, 166
Lady,

318 RHYME and Reason,
- on Blackstone, 359RIDE and a Walk through Stourhead,
- on an Appeal from the Pro.

247
teftant Affociation, &c.

371 Rrots, late, at London, Publications
ODE. See ALVES.

relative to,

503

Ruin seize thee, ruthless King! int
DALMER'S Answer to Priefly on Ne-
I ceffity,

28 ABBATÀ, Enquiry into the Delga of;

PAPINIAN's Letters,

89

PARADISE R

323 SAILON, Letter from, to Lord Sandwich,

PASCAL's Works, new and compleie

Edition,

505 Scott on the Goot,

PENTALOGIA. See Burgess

Scott's Letlons in Elocution, 173

PHILOSOPHICAL Trania&tions, Vol. SEASONABLE Advice to the People of

LXVIII. Part 2d,

Ir-land,

Vol. LXIX. Part 1. for SEDUCTIon the Spirit of the Times, 323

the Year 1779,

209 SENATORIAL Dispensary,

concluded,

381 SENSE of the People,

Picture Gallery,

SERMONS, by Blair,

293

PILON's Deaf Lover,

by Milne,
PINE-Apple. See SPEECHLIY.

by Duché,
POEMs fit for a Bishop,

- by Hervey,

425
See LYTTELTON,

- by Jenkins,

498
POETICAL Effufions,

by Lambert,

327
POETICAL Epistle to General Washing. SERMONS, fingie,

96, 413, 415
ton,

389 SERMONS on the late General Faft, Feb.

POLITICAL Reveries,

316 4, 1780, viz.

Conferentes,

453 1. At Cambridge by Dr. Watson, 329

Popery, Publications relative to, 67 2. Before i he Lords, by the Bishop of St.

238, 319, 325, 371, 501 David's,

1 331

Pott's Poems,

88 3. Before the Commons, by Dr. Horne, ib,

FRIESTLEY, Dr. his Letter to Mr. Pal 4. Ac Canterbury, by Dean Cornwallis,

mer,

28

332

PRINGLE'S Discourse on Gunnery, 121 5.

by Dr. Dawson,

PAIVATE Thoughts on Public Affairs, 6. In Devonshire, by R. Trip. A, M. 333

495 7. By a Cheshire Clergyman, ib.

PROCEEDINGS of the General Meetings 8. At Charles Street Chapel, by R. Har-

of the County of Wilts,

486 rifon,

of the Court Martial 0. 9. At Kirk Heaton, by J. Sunderland, ib.
the Loss of the Ardent, . 483 10. Ac Hackney-anonymous, ib.

PROPHECY, a Poem,

497 TI. At York, by N. Cappe, ib.

PRUSSIA, King of, his Letters on Pa. 12. Ai Prescot, by J. Wiiding,. 335
triotism,

131 13. At Yarmouch, by T. Howe, ib.

14. At the Meeting-house, Moorfields,

D AMSAY's Military Memoirs of by W. Bennet,

Great Britain,

118 15 At Richmond, by T, Wakefield, .

REASONABLE Animals,

323

.: 416

SEWARD,

496

167

246

320

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