CHARACTERS of the King of Pruffia 18. the
Czar Peter the Great 567. the Czarina Ka-
tharine 509. K. William 695. Q. Mary ib.
Q. Anne ib. K. George I. 696. Lord Lou.
don 205. Lord Howe 442. and M. Keith 695.
CRITICISM and LANGUAGE. Hiftory of the
English language 143, 90. 239. The origin
of journal-writing 148. The poetical scale 72.
Sequel to it 138. Eflay on language 333. Of
the language of the Bifcainers and Irith 502.
and Corrections and Additions. Obfervations on
the Celtic and Irish languages 580. An ac-
count of and remarks on the tragedy of Agis
125. and Cleone 637. A criticism on the
Fate of Cæfar 531. Of the reason of mens
fpeaking well and reading ill 558. A charac-
ter of Smoller's history 696.
ENTERTAINMENT, On the fympathy be-
tween the breeches pocket and animal fpirits
74. The travels of Scarmentado 292. of a
Guinea 295. Almira, a novel 166. Armi-
da; or, Virtue in distress 416. A vulture's
instructions to her young 474. The adven-
tures of Betty Broom 511, 67. A parallel be-
tween conversation and punch 620. Uncom-
mon advertisements 697.
EXPEDITIONS, against Rochefort 23. Senegal
271.329. St Maloes 322. Cherburg 440. St
Maloes again, with the difafter at St Cas 492.
Louisburg 430. and Ticonderoga 436, 91.698.
HISTORY. Smollet's account of the rife, pro-
grefs, and extinction of the rebellion begun in
1745 225. and of the mallacre at Glenco 129.
Proceedings in parliament 281. 6.