Abbildungen der Seite

Spirits, Henderson's opinion concerning, 169.
Spirituous liquors, inquiry into the effects of, 456.
Stanhope, Dean, letters from, 43, 181.
Star-chamber, cases in the, 22.
Statue, on erecting one to the memory of Mr. Howard, 192.
Stedman, Col. letter to his son, 187.
Steele, Sir Richard, letter to, on the Conscious Lovers, 15;-letter

from, 127.
Stone-mouldings worked with planes, 249.
Strange, Sir Robert, letter from, 6.
Stuart, Dr. letter from, 60.
Stukeley, Dr, on the Gout, 477.
Suicide, letters on, 107.
Sunday Schools at Canterbury, 115;-good effects of them, 118.
Suppers, ill effects of, 483.
Surgeons formerly incorporated with Barbers, 396.
Swallows, against shooting, 494.
Swift, letters from, 9, 209, 212.
Swimming, useful hints for, 425.
Sympathetic powder, wonderful effects of, 401.

Talbot, Miss, to a new-born child, 26.
Tar-water, 204.
Tea, 462.
Temperance in diet, good effects of, 483.
Testimony, human, the uncertainty of, 255, 345.
Thumb, the biting of, a token of disdain, 21.
Tillotson, Archbishop, letter from, 213.

Timber, method of increasing the strength of, 251.
Toads found in stones, 290.
Tontines, origin of, 481.
Tragedy, on the language, &c. of, 71.
Turner, Rev. R. letters from, 44.
Twysden, Dr. letter to, 21.


Ventilation, the effects of, in sweetening milk, and water, 287 ;-of

prisons, 464.
Vertue, George, letter from, concerning Milton's portrait, 42.
Vice-Chancellor of Oxford, Lord Cornbury's letter to, 24.
Vinegar, on correcting spirituous liquors with, 281;-with water,

Vulgar errors, enumeration of, 392.


Wake, E. letters from, 62.
Walmesley, Mr. Gilbert, letters from, 17.
Walpole, Sir R. defence of, 231;-letters to, 234.
Wanley, Mr. letter to, 55.
Warton, Rev. T. letters to, 64, 96.
Wasp, remedy for the sting of, in the throat, 366.
Water, experiments for preserving it sweet, 278, 287;--for puri,

fying it, 450.
Water-pipes, method of preventing them from freezing, 300.
Weldon, Sir Anthony, 503, 505.
Wens, a cure for, 525.
West, Richard, Esq. 66.
West, Mrs. letter to, on the education of her son, 67.
Wesley, Rev. S. letters to, 140.
Westleys, Charles and Samuel, their early proficiency in music, 439.
Wharton, Lord, letters to, 110.
Wheeler, Rev. Dr. 104.
Whiston, Professor, 45.
Whitsun-farthings, 166.
Wild, Henry, account of, 266.
Williams, John, Esq. letter from, 66.

Rev. letter to, 57.

Zachary, letters from, 142.
Wilson, Rev. W. letter to, 91.
Windar, Rey. letter to, 209, 212.
Windsor Castle, description of a picture in, 408.
Wine, 460.
Winwood, Mr. letter to, 124.
Woide, Dr. 158.
Wolfe, General, letter from, 176.
Wood's halfpence, 10.
Woodstock, curious story concerning the king's house at, 338.
Wren, Sir Christopher, churches built by, in London, 451,


Yeast, the efficacy of, in putrid fevers, 524.
Young, Dr. letters from, 138, 218;- life of, 88.
Young, Wm. letter to, 58.


Monday and Slatter, Printers,

High-street, Oxford.

« ZurückWeiter »