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INDEX to the DEBAT es in the POLITICAL CLV3,
to the Essays, POLITICKS, Domestick and Foreign
OCCURRENCES, &C. 1753:

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BBOTSBURY men, the bill against

them not fund 241. Found at cre
wards 291. They are acquilied

437
Accidents, remarkable ones 4, 43, 92,

145, 532
Acts passed 92, 146, 194, 241, 242, 291,

579
Als of Henry III, and Eluard I. in relatia

on to the Jews 515, 516. Remarks on
those acts

517
Adays, Sir Richard, made a judec 45. And

a ferjeant at law gr. He religis his re.
corder Ship

9?
Addington, Dr. extract from him, of he
sea-scurvy

35', 410, 411
Address of ihe merchants, traders and citi.
zens of Dublin

41
Addrelies of the lords
Aldreffes of the commons

79, 493
Adreaturer, extracts from 132, *188, 321,

331, 369, 474, 519
Afranius Burch's, his fpeech in favour of
the marriage bill

407
Ag'ippa, M. his speech in favour of sublidy
creaties

161
Air, light, electricity, &c.

372
Alcock, Mr. extracts from his remarks on

two bills for the better maintenance of the
poor

123-126
Alderney, ine of, described

544
Alehouses, purport of the act for licenfing
them

337, 420, 421
Alexander, William, Ely; elecled a derman

578

28, 493

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Aflizes

193, 387, 438
Alurance. See Modely.
Alurance man of war iust 241, Court mar-
rial on that affair

idid,
B,
ACON, Sir Francis, his life and chai.
racter

23-25
Bumpfylde Moore Carew, a famous impof-
tor, hiftory of

1834-183
Bank, general courts of 147, 438. Direc.
tors cholen

194
Birbot. John, his tral at St. Chrifto her's,
for the murder of Matthew Mills, Els

347-350
Bartholomew's, St. hospital, inscription on

a marble stone pic up there
Bell, John, apprehended for counterfeitiaz

fo eiga coin 385. Tried
Bilenus, L. his speech in favour of the

marriage bill
Ben Johnson, his life, character and wie

303, 304
Bertholde, adventures of, with a defuiption

of his perfon 272. His ready an'wers to
queftions 273.

How h: eicaped being
hanged 276. His laft wil

276, 277
Bill of mortality. Sce Bujals,
Bills of mortality, a computation of the

number of inhabitants within then, from
1701 to 1752, and the increale and de-

crease in he intervals considered 207
Birch, Mr. confi!m'd D. in divinity

146
Birmingham, a description of
Bite of a mad cat, fucking fory of a per-
son dying by it

387
Bite of a mad dog, receipt for 147. Huw

to know, when a person is bit, wheiher
the dog was mid

521
Boadicia, state of 5 itain in her time, giv-
ing light to the new tragedy

49+
Bæculonius, A. his speech against the Saxon

fublidy treaty 57. Againit the clande-
fine marriage bill

553
Bolingbroke, lord, abAra&t of his letter to

Sir William Windham, in 1717 209
218. Traolation of lord S ar's letter to
Mr. Craggs concerning him 227. Inscrip
tion on his monument

437
Bolonian stone, properties of it, and a phola
phorus made out of it 222, &c.

Expe-
riments with it

224
Bounties upon the exportation of corn, oba
fervations on them

376
Bristol, the riot there 242. Reward for

apprehending the riotere
Bristol, of the new Exchange there 520.

Other particulars relating to the ci'y 526
British muszam, trustees for it appoisted by
ait of parliament

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Aliens, the incapacities they are subject to

264
Almet the dervise, story of, with his moral

vigon
Alin, Dr. his experiments with lime-wa-

65
Alterations in the list of parliament 4-5,

149, 195, 245,614
Amelia and Caroline, princesses, their birth.
day celebrated

291
Ames, Mr, his method or receipe for taking

off the inscriptions from brass plates in
churches

267
Amsterdam, number of burials there in 1753

614
Aristocracy, how the marriage a&t may tend
to introduce it

449
Arithmetical question proposed 368. An-
swered 416.
The answer objected to

473
Arrianus Maturius, his speech in favour of
the marriage bill

356
Art of not hearing people, of not knowing
"them

579
Bivad

491, 492
Appendix, 1753

985

436

C*

316

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c. 1753
Broad wheek, their utili'y considered 153. Cirencester address to their reprefentatives

Purport of the act fur encouraging the about the Jews adt 473 G, 474
ule of them

337 Clandestine marriages, account of the act to
Brothers, account of the new tragedy of the prevent them 337, 360. Debate on it
99. Remarks on it

255 356–367, 407-410, 449—456, 497
bruto d, Susanna, burnt for poisoning her -508, 545-555. Clavles proposed to be
h sband

437

added to it 381. Proceedings on the bill
Brure creation, some thoughts on 279 423, 424. Spinfters petition agaioft it
Bugun, M. his account of the human fætus

боr
67 Clogher, bishop of, extra&t from his tranlls-
Burials, monthly account of 46, 94, 152, tion of a journal from Grand Cairo to

200, 243, 296, 344, 392, 440, 483, mount Sinai 155. He presents it to the
536, 584. Yearly account of 614 society of antiquaries

193
Burnet, 5 rup, abftract of his life, written Commons address at the opening of the fixth

"by his son 80-84. His diligence in dif. seifion 29. At the opening of the sevenih
charging the duties of bis episcopal oface

493
33. His dea'h

84 Complexion, features and shape of men of
Burnet, Sir Thomas, his declaration in his different climates

$39
laft will

91 Conduct of a married life, &c. extract from
By ftander, remarks on him, in relation to

that piece

327
the Jews bill

Cor.Santia, her aflecting story 29, 30
C.

Copenhagen, advice from, relating to the
Jews in that city

343
E SO Fabius, his speech against the Corn, petitions from the cxporters of, about
J:ws bill

the non-payment of the bounty money
Cuinbrick and French lawn bill 455 375. A bill occafioned by them

376
Cameron, D., conmitted to the Tower 194. Cornwallis, Hon. Edward, Esq; cholen

Condemned for high treafun, 242, His member of parliament for Weiminfter,
cxecution

290 in the room of Sir Peter Warrea, decea-
Cancerous furoirs, a remarkable case rela-

sed

43
ing to then
425, 426 Corfica, affairs of

190
Canning, E 18+heth, the first story of 92. Court martial

241
Trial of the bypy and Mrs. Wells for Courts of Europe, a lift of the important
that affair 126--130. Her evidence 127. differences depending between them 436
A further account of her aftair 142. Ac. Cows, malicious action of cutting of their
con from the Inspektors on that subject teats and tails

95
ibid. Alitract of Mr. Fielding's face of Cranstoun, capt. particulars relating to his
the cale 102, 143. Abstract of Dr. Hill's death

89, 90
9amphle: in antwer to it, intitled, "The Crouch, Mr. robbed and murdered 437. The
Story of Elizabeth Canging considered 152: murderer condemned and executed
Bail for her appearance 146. The bill C. uel execution of a youth, wňo turned jew
agair. her for perjury not found 241. Af- in Poland

34%
terwards found 291, Warrant for appreo Cruel executions in Russia and Persia

233
hending her

C:ff, Mr, account of his new constructed
Carmarthen, affair of
387 double microscope

424
Character, an excellent one

540 Cumberland, duke of, his birth-day celebrae
Chracters, two oppofite ones

ted

195
Charities, great collections for several 193,

D.
194, 195

EAF, remarkable case of a man fo born
Chatelet, court of, their disputes with the

569
king's court about registering the letters DEBATES in the Political Club, viz, on a
parents for establishing the royal chamber new subsidy treaty with the king of Po

582 land, elector of Saxony 9-19. 57-65,
Chaveer, Geofriy, his life, character and 105-110. On subsidy treaties in general
writings

398-400 in time of peace Uo113. On the bill
Chefer, a description of

327, 328 to permit persons profefling the Jewish se-
Chrift':- hofpital, general couit of the gover- ligion to be naturalized by parliament 257.

339 -266, 305-321, 353-356, 401–
Chriftina, queen of Sweden, her lifc and 406. On the clandestine marriage bild,
character

19, 20 356-367, 407-410, 449-456, 497
Chriftiras, cb'ervations on the time for

-03, 545-555. On th: b ll for per
keeping it

6

mitring the exportation of wool and weol-
Chillnings. See Buriale.
Circuireerers of Great Britain, queries propo-

len or bay yarn from any port in Ireland ro
fed to them

any port in Great Britain 585-598
379

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INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c.
Debtors, of our laws relating to them 169 of the Romans 58. Why they are shy
Detraction, immorality of

188

of such an election before the emperor's
Differen e in opinions
$19 death

106, 107
Different views of human life, from Polid: p- Employment, being an extrad from the
pus and Metrodorus

519, 520 Whoie dute; of woman
Dillenting minifters, annual collection for Example, the force of
their widows and children

540, $41
146 Excile, total amount of that revenue 146
Difemper among the carile breaks out again Executions at Tyburn, &c. 92, 193, 194:

533 195, 243, 387, 338, 483, 484, 578
Digress at sea, a melancholy relation of 145
Dog biting a person, how to know whe:her

F.
he was mad

TANTEE nation, treaty between thema
Dorset, duke of, his speech co the Irish
parliament

483 Feaft; a prodigious one, made by an arch-
Dorsetshire, a description of 446~-448 bishop of York
Dielden china, a curious account of it 230 Fielding, Mr. abstract of his propor:l for
Druids, a discourse on the etymology of the making an effectual provision for the poor

501, 512 74–78. Abstract of his Clear fate of
Drulus Publicola, Jul, his speech in favour the cafe in relation to Carining 142
of the Jews bill

260 G, &C. Fire, remark on Mr. Ficke's treatise on its
Dublin, address of the merchants, traders nature and property

and citizens there 41. Important advices Fires 42, 241, 339, 342, 386, 387, 483,
from, relating to the proceedings in parlia-

530
ment there

612, 613 Flowers, how to obtain fresh blown, in win-
Dublin yearly bills of mortality

42, 614

ter
Duels, an essay on, and a method proposed Fetis, hunan, history of its formation 67

for preventing them 471 G, 472, 473 Foots, Mr. account of his new comedy, in-
Dunkirk, of the new works there 582 titled, The Englishman in Paris 213
Durch, their practice with regard to mau a. Foster, late Rev. Dr. an account of liin
ges
453, 434 and his writings

563, 564
E.

Foundling hospical, opening of the new chao

pel there 194. The sacred oratorio fer-
ARL of Effex, account of the new fori ed there

241
JZI123

Framewo:k-knitters, their petitions 455.
E * Friedland, disputes about
246, 390

467
Earlidia directors cholen

194 France, abfurdity and fully of English lamilies
Eaft-Indies, journal of the late war there

poing thiiner

219-222
130-132 Free Brioch fishery, general courts of 91,387,
Earthquakes in Yorkhire, Lancashire and
Chethire

229 Freke, Mr. a remark on his creatise on the
Earthquakei, Dr. Stukeley's conje&ture of nature and property of tire
the cute of them

79 French fashions, ridiculous ones
Eclipse of the moun un April 17, with a type French perriwig maker, his humorous and

171

fatirical advertisenient
Ecliple of the fun on O&. 26, types of 397. French hospital, collection for

194. 195
Particular remarks on it in the several Fruit, how to prelerve it

463 D,
parts of the world

398 Fulvius, Co. his speech against the clandes
Edinburgh, delign of improving it 146. The Aine marriage bill

515
act for that purpose

420

G.
Edward I. act in his reign in relation to the
Jews.

plaint against then 31.

Trial of a
El &rical experiments for drawing the light. farmer upon them

147
ning from clouds 436. A person killed Gamefter, a new tragedy, an account of it 51
by them

ibid. Gaming, modeft defence of, exiracts from
Elizabeth, quien, her Latin fpeech, in an- that pamphlet
lwer to the Polih amballador's, with an Gaming and routs, mischiefs of

66
English translation, and proper remarks Gardening, whimsical variations in 156 C.

3, 4. Gascoyne, Sir Crisp, lord mayor, gives a
Einpire, dispute between the electors and grand entertainment at the mandion house

princes who shall judge of the neceffiiy of 387. Thanks of the comir.on Council to
electing a king of the Romans 13, 14. him at the expiration of his office
Danger of its being without a head 16. Genefis, remarks on a pamphlet, intitled,
How the electors and princes fland affec- Some reflections upon the gen, Sch, and
sed with regard to the election of a king oth verses of the ad chapier

Genii,

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INDEX 10 the Essays, &c. 17532
Genii, a new entertainment, an account of 281. Defe: ded by Candidos 371, 459.

69 Reply to all that bas polied in the contro-
Geographical paradox

563

versy
Geometrical quesions

569 Horse and ass, dialogue between
George, St. the ian ous English patron, a dif.
course in honour of him

443

I.
German princes. See E:n pire.

AMAICA bill

465
Clanders in horses, cause and cure of that J

Je co.k, Mr. his letter in defence of My
diftemper

Whifton's character

283
Gold and hiver lace, observations on it

35 Jealous h Land, picture of
Gold ar.d lilver wire-drawing

idea of a philosopher

555
Gout or rheuniatiim, a cure for

Jenkins, Henry, who lived 169 years, an
Grain. Se: Prices,

account of him 363. Inscription on a
Guernsey ifl: described

544
monument erected to his meinory

369
Guinea, tragical account of the loss of a

Jersey, ille of, described

543
Mhip from thence, by the insurrection of

Jew barbaroully murcered 578. The mure
the negroes 91. A more particular scocunt

derer's confesion

614
of it

181, 182

J-ws
ws malacre at York

417
Gypties, falutes concerning them

170

Jews bill, petition against 242. Subftance of
Gypsy woman. See Canning and Squires.

the act when patici 254 G, 255. Whether
H.

a Jew can be daturalized by virtue of it
283. Debates on the in the pulitical

club 257–266, 303-321, 353-356,
614

401–106. That they can never be the
Mail forms, remarkable ones

290, 29% beginners of trate in any country 310.
Males, Dr. his account of the success of ven- Hittory of their lettlement in this king-
tilators

no dom 317. Proceedings on the bill, and
Halfpence, penalty for counterfeiting them petitions for and agair it it 422, 423. A

146. Trial on the case 147. A perla regardio religion, and reverence to parlia-
fined for reitling good ones 299. Peticions pertured as notives against the bill 402,
againft the bed ones

467 G.

The prejudice and darger apprehended
HI, Virtue. See Virtue Hall.

from the bill with respect to our preferit
Hamilten, Joho, condemned and executed hapöy establish nent, and the next general
for the murder of lord Harrington's cook election 405. Remarks on the By-flander

in relation to it 456. The act revealed
Hanway, Mr. extraes from him 102, 103, 533, 579. A&t of Henry III and Edw. I.

232, 233, 171, 203 in rela:ion to the Jews, with remarks
Happiness, the way to, an allegory $67 515, 576, 517. Opinions of lawyers
Hardonior, Ap?, his speech in favour of the about Jews born here purchasing and huld.
Jows bil

313 ing laids to them and their heirs 521, 522.
Harvey, Mr. his tragical Aory

386

Reinasks on the same and other Things re-
Healing, borte que on the modern art of lating to them 523. Their fate under
251 Our anlient kings

524
Hebrew journal, from the Craftsman Immorality of detraction

188
Henry ill. ac? in his reign against the Jews Incendiary letters

puicharing or hold ng any land eftates 515 Inhumanity to a parent, llocking inftarce of
Hen:y Vi. his patent for an universal me-

193
dicine and the philofiphers ftone 509 Inquiry into the original and consequerces
}'quaclius, prirce, bis fucceis in Persia 246. of the publick debt, exiracts from that
His semarkable speech to the Persian grane pamphlet

60+
dees

294 Lfc iptions on brass plates in churches, me-
Hierminins, T. his speech agairft the mar. thed or recept for taking them off

267
ria je bil

Infactor, extracts from

29, 35, 71, 78,
Firring fishery 339. See Free Bri:ith

508, 607
Fithery.

Instructions to members to get the Jews act
Helle, princess of, her birth-day celebrated repcaled

438, 473, 474

146 Johnien. See Ben Johnson.
Hill, Dr. abftract of his pamphlet in relation Journal of a learned and political club. See
ti Cagning

150
Hola , advices from 47, 486, 582 Journal from Grand Cairo to mount Sinai
Hoine, Mr. extra& from his fate of the a: d back again, extract: from it 155

cale between Sir Isaac Newton and Mr. Journeymen taylors, their wages and hours
H tchinfo 119. A question put to him of working lettled

91
121. His answer iso, Reply to him Ipswiçb, yearly bill of mortality there 614
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INDEX to the ESSAYS, &C.
Irish meo committed for a rape 387. Dr. Luminous spaces about the south pole · 378
charged

437 Lunar ecliple on April 17, with a type 121
Ironhde, Edward, Erq; eiected lord mayor Lyar, odious character of

369
of London 438. Sworn in 531. Dies Lyes of vanity

370
533, 534

M.
Paly, a fine description of

326

AINTENON, nadam de, two leta
Julius, C. his speech again the Jews bill

ters of hers

21, 22
264 Marbie rocks engraved with antient une
K.
knowo characters

156
ING, his speech at the opening of the Mathematical quefticn, objection to the loa

fefsion 28. His apswers to the lords lution of one, 34. Candidly allowed by the
aud commons addresses 29. His speech at author 119. Another propoled and solved
the end of the feliion 282. His birth-day 470. See Arithmetical, Geometrical, Na.
celebrated 532. His speech at the open- vigation, and Surveying.
ing of the present feflion 492. His answer Maude, Ms. Wiwiam, całe of his death,
to the addreiles of the lords and comrong

147, 193
493, 494 Mercury, its tranfit over the fun on May 6,
King of the Romans. See Empirc.

121C,
King's Bench prison, affair of 469 Microscope, account of a new-constructed
Kirchen garde.er's new and compendious di-
redior

160 G, &c. Militia bill
K..eller, Sir Godfrey, Atories of him and Mind of man, its powers
Mr. Pope

470, 475
563 Modena, duke of, treaty between him and
Knights of the Bath, new ones 389. Ina the house of Austria

399
Atalied
614 Modesty and Afsurance, a fable

21
Kouli Khan, aurhentick account of him Montauban, bishop of, a proper reply to his
from Mr. Hanway 171-175, 203-206 invectives against England

548
Moral vision of Almet the dervise
L,

466
Moreton, William, Elg; cholen recorder of
London

92
her mother

Moscow, the famoi's great bell there
Lard, of the improvement of, with proper Munfter, conteft berween that regency and
remarks
463 the regency of Hanover

342
Latin discarded, a fadire

412 Murder, a person committed for, 386. Dir.
Laws, not to be hastily made, &c. and what charged as not being the man 387
things are to be attended to oy legiflators Murderers executed 193, 194, 339, 437,

603

483, 484, 578
Lawyers, their opinions on the queftion Mutiny bill, debates on a new caule pro-
whether a Jew born here could puschale posed to be added to it

375
and huid lands to him and his heirs 521,
522.
Remarks on the same

523
Lewis XIV, account of his lait ackness and ABOBS in the Eaft-Indies, an ac-
death

count of them

izo
Liberty, blesings of, and miseries of Davery National debt, a state of it

270
325
Naturalization, denization, &c.

523
Life, different views of

519, 520 Navigation, question in, proposed 415. Sula
Lighening, electrical experiments for draw- ved

511, 568
ing it from clouds
436 Navy furgeons, their plan

608
Lime-water, expe:imcats fhewing that it Newcastle, .a new hospital to be founded
prevents purret.Etion

65

there
Liichttenstein, prince of, his fine feat burnt Newcaftlc, duke of, his answer to the Pruie

34% fian memorial 53, 113. He vibes Cam.
Little horn in Daniel expiained 430, 431

bridge

291
Logarithms, a question in

Nobody's letter concerning wheel
London a wonderful city

riages
London Gazetreer, eutracts fram 218, 279 Nonius, A. his speech against the Jews bill
London Hospital, colection for 193
Long Livers, account of several

Norford, Mr, extract from his letter to Mr.
Lords address at the opening of the fixth Freke, concerning cancerous tumours 425.
schon 28. At the opening of the seventh A remarkable care related by him 425,

4.93
Lords and com tons, difference between the Norwich, mayor of, his expences for a pube
houses of, with regard to their conflitu. lick dinner ja 1561. 200. A remarkable
450 speech on that occaliog

151d. F.
Lottery begins drawing 533. Ende

Norwich,

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483

568

car.

321

323 F,

257

600

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vonal power

614

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