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INDEX 10 the Essays, &c.

17532
Genii, a new entertainment, an account of 281. Defe: ded by Cardidus 371, 459.

69 Reply to all that has palied in the contro-
Geographical paradox

versy
Geometrical queftions
569 Horse and als, dialogue between

132
George, St. the ian.ous English patron, a dif.
course in honour of him

443

I.
German princes. See Ernpire.

AMAICA bill

465
Clanders in horses, cause and cure of that J

Je.co.k, Mr. his letter in defence of Mr.
difemper

Whitton's character

283
Gold and hlver lace, observations on it

35 Jealous h Ikant, picture of
Gold ar.d filver wire-drawing,

idea of a philosopher

355
Gout ur rheunietiim, a cure for

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

account of him 363. Inscrip ion on a
Guernsey ifla described

544

mcaurent erected to his memory
Guinea, tragical account of the loss of a

Jersey, ille of, described

343
thip from thence, by the infurrection of

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

derer's conf ihon

614
of it

181, 182
J:ws midiacre at York

417
Gypties, statutes concerning them

170

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

the act when patici 2; 4G, 25;. Whether
H.

a Jew can be natural.zed by virtue of it

283. Debates on the bill in the publical
HAGUE, number of deaths there in 1751
,

club 257–266, 30;-—321, 353-356,

614 401-406. That they can never be the
Mail norms, remarkable ores

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

no domn 317. Proceedings on the bill, and
Hallpence, penalty for counterfeiting them petitions for and again it it 422, 423. A

146. Trial on the case 147. A perla regardio religion, and reverence to parlia.
fined for refusing good ones 290. Peticions mert urged as notives again ft the bill 402.
against the bed ones

467 G. The prejudice and darger apprehended
H., Virtue. See Virtue Hall.

from the bill with respect to our present
Hamilton, John, condemned and executed hapay establishment, and the next general
for the murder of lord Harrington's cook election 405. Remarks on the By-fiander

in relation to it 456. The act revealed
Hanway, Mr. extracis 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, on allegory

567 515, 516, 517. Opinions of lawyers
Hardoniur, App. his speech in favour of the about Jews born here purch) fing and hulde
Jows bil

313

ing landsto them and their heirs 521, 522.
Harvey, Mr. his tragical fory

Renarks on the same and other ikings re-
Healing, burle que on the modern art of lating to them 523. Their fate under

251
Our ansient kings

524
Hebrew journal, from the Craftsman 302 Immorality of detraction

188
Henry ill. act in his reign against the Jews Ircentiary letters

484
pu chaling or hold ng any land estates 515 Inhumanity to a parent, shocking inftar.ce of
Henry VI. his patent for an universal mea

193
dicine and the philosophers ftone 509 Inquiry into the original and consequences
Foaclius, prince, his fuccels in Persia 246. of the publick debt, exiracts from chao
His remarkable speech to the Perfian gran. pamphier

604
dees

294 Liciptions on brass plates in churches, me-
Herminius, T. his speech agair.ft the mar- thed or recept for taking them off 267
rja lebih

Infpictor, extracts from

29, 35, 71, 78,
Firring fillery 339.
See Free British

508, 607
Fithery.

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

438, 473, 474

Sohnion. See Ben Johnson.
Hill, Dr, abftract of bis pamphlet in relauon Journal of a learned and political club. See
tu) Canning

150

DEBATI..
Ho'la , advices from 47, 486, 582 Journed from Grand Cairo to mount Sinai
Hoin:, Mr, extp:& from his face of the ad back again, extract: from it

155
cafe between Sir Isaac Newton and Mr. Journeymen taylors, their wages and hours
Htchinín 119. A question put to him of working lettled

91
121. His answer iso. Reply to him Ipswiçb, yearly bill of mortality there 614
S

lish:

578

386

419

146

531. Dies

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1753.

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c.
Irishmeo committed for a rape 387. Dr. Lurrirous spaces about the south pole · 378
charged

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

369
of London 438. Sworn in

Lyes of vanity

370
533, 534

M,
Paly, a fine description of

326
Julius, C. his speech againf the Jews bill

2122
264

Marble rocks engraved with antient us-
K.
known characlcrs

156
ING, his speech at the cpening of the Mathematical question, objection to the foe
fefsion 28. His answers to the lords

lution of one, 34. Candidly allowed by the
and commons addresses 29. His fpeech ac author 119. Another po poled and solved
the end of the lefion 282. His birth-day 470. Sce Arithmetical, Geometrical, Na.
celebrated 512. His speech at the open- vigation, and Surveying.
ing of the present leflion 492. His answer Maude, Mr. William, cale of his death,
to the addreiles of the lords and compong

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

121C
King's Bench prison, affair of 469 Microscope, account of a new-constructed
Kitchen garde..er's new and compendious di.
redior
160 G, &c. Militia bill

46.6
K..eller, Sir Godfrey, stories 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. In. the house of Auftiia'
ftalied

399
614 Modesty and Affurance, a fable

21
Kouli Khan, authentick account of him Montauban, bishop of, a proper reply to his
from Mr. Hanway 1714-175, 203-206 invectives against England

Moral vifion of Almet the dervise
L,

466
Moreton, William, Elg; cholen recorder of
London

92

Moscow, the famous great bell there
Lard, of the improvement of, with proper Munfter, contest between that regency and
remarks
463 the regency of Hanover

342
Latin discarded, a facire

413 Murder, a person committed for, 386. Disa
Laws, not to be hastily made, &c. and what charged as not being the man

387
things are to be attended to oy legilstorg Murderers executed 193, 194, 339, 437,

483, 4845 578
Lawyers, their opinions on the question Mutiny bill, debates on a new ciaule pro-
whether a Jew born here could puschale posed to be added to it

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

N.

523
Lewi: XIV, account of his lait ackness and ABOBS in the East-Indies, an ac-
death

22
count of them

130
Liberty, bleflings of, and mise:ies of Davery National debt, a state of it

270
325

Naturalization, denization, &c. 523
Life, different views of

5'9, 520 Navigation, question in, propoied 415. Sul.
Lightning, eiectrical experiments for draw- ved
ing it from clouds

Navy surgeons, their plan

608
Lime-water, experimcats thewing that it Newcastle, .a new hospital to be founded
prevents putrefaction

65 there
Litchftenstein, prince of, his fize seat burnt Newcastle, duke of, his answer to the Pruis

342 lian memo:ial 53, 113. He vitits Cam-
Little horn in Daniel expiained 430, 431 bridge

291
Logarithms, a question in

Nobody's letter concerning wheel
London a wonderful cry

321 riages
London Gazetreer, eutracts from 218, 279 Nonius, A. his speech against the Jews bill
London Hospital, colection for 193

257
Long Livers, account of several

600 Norford, Mr, extract from his letter to Mr.
Loids address at the opening of the fixth Frekr, concerning cancerous tumours 425,
feffion 23. At the opening of the leventh A remarkable cale related by him 425,
493

4:5
Lords and com tons, difference between the Norwich, mayor of, his expences for a pub.
houles of, with regard to their conticu. lick dinner in 1561, 200. A remarkable
450 speech on that occalion

ibid. F.
Lottery begins drawing 533. Ends 614

Norwich,

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466

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PANTOMIMES censured and ridiculed

INDEX to the ESSA Y's, &c: 1753.
Norwich, yearly bill of mortality there 614 Political Club. See DEBATL&.
Noftrums and specificks

25" Politicks, several instances of our late bad
Nova Scotia, express from 243. Prelent

105
State of

290 Pomponius Atticus, his speech againft the
Number of people, bill for regiAering them Saxon (ubfidy, but in favour of the motion

for it 12, His fpeech on the Irish wool
Numifius, C. his speech in favour of the and woollen yarn bill

595
Jews bill 305. Againft the clandestine Poor, abftract of Mr. Fielding's proposal in
marriage bill

361

relation to them 74–78. Extract
Nuas of St. Agatha, expelled

95

from Mr. Alcock's remarks on two bille

for the better maintenance of them 12
0.
ATHS of the scavengers, queftmen, Pope, Mr. ftories of him

563
&c. dispensed with 42. Laid afide Popilius Lænas, C. his speech againg the
579 Saxon lublidy treaty.

105
Oaths, observations on

36, 607

Popila prioce, absurdity of having one to
Opinions, of difference in
5!9. goveia a proteftant people

217
Orange, house of, negotiation between it and

Posthumiwi, A. his speeches againit lublidy
che king of Prussia
2942 treaties in time of peace

110, 165
Orange, princess of, her birth-day celebrated Pofts, apology for

517, 584
532 Potatoes. See Ruffia pot ashes.
Orleans, duke of, regent of France, lord Pretender, lord Bolingbroke's character of
Bolingbroke's character of him

-213
him

216
Oxford, carl of, his conduct blamed by Bo- Prices of locks and grain 46, 94, 152, 200,
lingbroke

210 248, 296, 344, 392, 440, 488, 536,
Oxford; references to the large descriptions

584
of it, in our fuimer Magazines 512 Projectors, what sort of are to be comoseoded
P.

475
Protefer, extract from that paper 46

Pruffia, king of, his letter to Mr. Voltaire

445 197. His political proceedings 390
Paris, advices from 47, 95, 246, &c. 582 Pruflian memorial about the Silefia load 4w
Parliament, meeting of the bih letsion 42. 6. Duke Newcastle's answer to it,
Prorogued 296, 387, 438. Alterations in

with the report annexed 93, 55, 113.
the list of 45, 149, 196, 245, 614. Sum. Observations on it

72
mary of the moit important affairs in it

Publick debt. See Inquiry.
268, 269, 329, 339, 373-377, 419- Puiple of the antienis, from Dr. Templea
494. 464-470. Meeting of the zih and

man 559. A acw purple discovered by
laft reffion

53% M. Reaumur
Parliament of Paris, contest between them

Putrefaction prevented by lime water 65
and the cleręy of France 47. Copy of
their remonttiances 95, 197. They aro

l.
banished 246. Brave spoch of the sont VARANTINE bill

373, 374
president of the great chamber, who are
afterwards banished ibid. A new court

Quintus Mocius, his spee, h in favour of the
eftablished in their room

531, 582

Saxon fublidy 15. In favour of the clan-
Parliament of Rouen. Sce Rouen.

deftine marriage bill

549
Pawnbrokers bill

464
Pecrage, opinions in relation to it 461

R.
Pecrafe-bill, the argumenis for and against AWLINSON, Thomas, Elg; eleted
it

lord mayor, on the death of Edward
Perjury, horrid crime of

36
Ironside, Esqi 533

Sworn in at the
Peilia, crueltics exercised on the rebeis Tower

578
there

233 Reaumur, M. a new purple discovered by
Peyrac, M. owner of the French merchant. him
man the Phenix, his care

195 Rebels, account of some feized in Scotland
Philosopher, idea of one
555

337
Philoinpers none, an old patent for

509 Refectos, extract frem, againft the harty
Phosphorus from the Bolonija fone 222, making, &c. of laws

603
&c. Regiftring bill

466
Pick pockets apprehended

338 Reverberatury furnace, a new kind of one
Pluister of Paris, experio ents and obleiva-

223
tions os 177-180. Further observations Rbeumatism. See Gout.
upon it
166 Rliyming question proposed

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1753.

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c.
Richmond new park, memorial concerning Sloane, Sir Hans, Bart, memoirs of his life

it presented to his majesty 147. A bill 6, 7, His death, and an account of his
of indictment found against the keepers of laft will in relation to Ris curiofities 43,
it

437 44. Proceedings of his executors and the
Richmond in Yorkshire, a description of 464 truftees for his museum 89. A list of the
Riot at Bristol 142. In Yorkshire 338 latter ibid. Contents of his museum 1016
Road bill

421, 422 Considerations on it 134. Lottery for pure
Rouen, parliament of, disputes between chasing it, &c. 193. List of the truiteca

them and the court, wherein they follow for it, appointed by act of parliament 579
the example of the parliament of Paris Smith, Mils, tried for poisoning her aunt,
436, 582. Preamble to their remon and acquitied

193
trances

606 Smith, William, committed for poisoning
Royal chamber established in the room of the

241. See Allizes,
parliament of Paris
53!, 58. Smyrna, a terrible fire there

342
Rural life, censure on its present fashionable Society and a savage life compared 323
employment

414 Solar eclipse. See Eclipse of the foo.
Ruflia por-alhes, a genuine account of the Solid bodies, of their difTolucion and concreo
manner of making the best
358 tion

180
S.

Sons of the clergy, their annual feast and
AINT Luke's hospital, collection for 194 colleation

241

South-sea company, general court of 43)
342. Proceedings of the Genoese with

91
regard to it
390 South-pole, luminous spots about it

378
Sark, island of, described

544 Spenser, his life 494. Stories concerning him,
Saxon Sublidy treaty, debate on it 9-19, and specimens of his poetry 495. Cha-
37-65, 105–110 ra&ter of him and his writings

496
Schomberg, Dr, a hearing on the dispute ber Spinsters petition again the clandestine mar.
tweca him and the college of physicians riage act

601
339 Spring, philosophical account of a remarka-
Scilly islands, a description of 158-160.

241
Their names, aumber, qualities, and quan- Squires, Mary, the gypsy, condemned for
tities of land contained in each 159. Num. the affair of Canning 92. Account of

ber and character of the inhabitants 360 her trial 126-130. Her execution re-
Sea-scurvy, from Dr, Addington 357, 410, fpited 194. She is pardoned 242, 290

411 Stair, earl of, translation of his letter to
Sempronius Gracchus, T, his speech against Mr. Craggs, concerning the late lord Bo.
che Jews bill
401–406 lingbruke

227
Servilius Prifcus, his speech in favour of the State trials, question concerning them 368

Saxon sublidy treaty 9. In favour of the Stationers almanack, explanation of 533
Jews bill

353-356 Stebbing, Dr. his letter to Dr. Shuckford
Sellions at the Old Bailey 42, 92, 241,

513, 514
291, 339, 437, 484, 578 Stockdale ar.d Joknson appreherded and com.
Sharpers, shop-lifters, house.breakers, &c. mitced for murder 292. Condemned and
caution against them, with the arts made executed

339
use of hy hem

429, 430

Stocks, See Prices,
Sheriffs appointed

91, 92

Stukely, Dr. his conje&ture of the cause of
Sheriff's for London and Middlesex chofen earthquakes
292. Sworn in

Subsidy treaties in general, in time of peace,
Shipwreck, a terrible one

532

debate on them, 110-113, 161-169
Shipwreck'd goods bill
374, 375 Sugar refiners, their petition

468
Shovel, Sir Cloudelly, bis sad difafter 160 D. Summary of the most important affairs in the
Silefia loan, copy of the Prussian minister's last feition of parliament 268, 269, 329,

memorial concerning it 4-6. Duke of 330, 373–377, 419-424, 464-470
Newcaftle's anfwer to it 53. Abstract of Supply, lums granted for ic 268, Ways
the report on the same lubject, made to and means for railing their

269
his majesty by Sir George Lee, Dr. Paul, Surgeons of the royal navy, their plan 60%
and the attorney and follicitor general 55, Surveying question solved 277. Another
113. Observations on the memorial re- proposed 279. Solved 331 E, 367, 373,
lating to it
73

415
Silver ore, the several sorts of it 35, 36.

T.
Art of refining it

70
Sinkiog fund, account of the produce of 271 MACITUS, critical remarks on him 175
Slavery, milery of

325
Sleep, a dissertasion on, from a treatise on kim

528, 559, 569, 598
opium
299

Thite,

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438

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578

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c. 1753.
Thise, new knights of

193 232. Terrible manner of executing them
Thomas's, St, hospital, great benefaction to

233
532

Voltaire, M, king of Prussia's letter to him
Thunder forn in Cornwall, account of a 197. Arrested at Frankfurt 194. His
* moft extraordinary one

92 Jerter to his niece in the original French,
Tillotson, archbishop, his life 31-34 with an English translation

427, 428
Tinners, parliament of

Upnor castle in Kent, a description of it,
Tory and whig parties, lord Bolingbroke's and of the neighbouring forts 104
account of them
209 Utility of broad wheels

253
Town, various motives of coming to 562.

That of a young lady's to alter ber hape
the worst of all

562
Trade and taxes, confiderations on 218
Trading towns, advantages of living in them

322

Wales, princess dowager of, her birth-day
Transplantation of

men,
and the changes
celebrated

57%
that have happened in climates and cuun- War, seeming preparations for, in Europe
tries
176

294
Trebon: vs Alper, L. his speech against the

Weather at London 46, 94, 152, 200,
marriage bill

497

248, 296, 344, 392, 440, 488, 536
Trelawney, governor, arrives from Jamaica

584
Wells, Mrs. See Canding and Sgoiles.

241
Trent and Severn, account of a proposal for

Westminster election

42, 43
making a navigable communication be-

Weftmoreland, a delcrintion of

4

7
tween them

280 Whale, a description of it, and of the whale
Trials 126, 146, 147, 338, 347, 387;

fishery

182 G, 183

Whale fishery, its success 339, 385, 436
Turkey trade, petitions relating to it, and

Wheel carriages

323
the bill occa Guned by them, with observa-

Whilton, Rev. Mr, remarks on his characa
tions

376, 377

ter 118. Letter in vindication of it 157
Twig'wees and French Indians in America,

Two other letters la defence of it 225,
• account of an engagement between them 226. Mr. Jeacı cke's lelter to the fame

purpofe
V.

Whitefield, Mr. extracts from his expoftu-

Jatory letter to count Zu zendorf 233, 234
V
ACUUM in nature, reply to the seve-

Whole duty of woman, character of that
ral letters in ihat controverly 556, &C.

piece, with an extract from it 56
See Horne, Mr.

Wild boar, a description of it
Valerius Corvus, M. his speech against the

Wind at Deal 46, 94, 152, 200, 248,

296, 344, 392, 440, 488, 536, 584
Valerius Flaccus, L. his speech in favour of

Windham, Sir William, abstract of lord B-
che Saxon sublidy treaty 61. On the

lingoroke's letter to him 209-218
Trith wool and woollen yarn bill 588

Wire.drawing, gold and silver
Vegetables, of the gradation from them to

Woul and woollen yarn, of the bill for per-
animals

117

mitting them to be exported from Ireland
Venetians, how they lost their liberties 450,

to Great- Britain 419, 420. Debate on

it in the political club
451

585-598
Ventilators, account of their success

Worcester city described
90

256
Veturius Philo, L. his speech on the Irish

Worcestershire, a description of
wool and woollen yarn bill

585

World, a new paper, an account of it, with
Vienna, advices from

extracts from it 26, 27, 156, 219, 251..

341, &c.
Virginius, L. his speech in favour of the

414, 445, 491, 517, 562
marriage bill

Writing, a new invention to supply che

505
Virginius Rutilus, T, his speech on the Irim

252, 253
wool and woollen yarn bill 592
Virtue vindicated from Brutus's lander 144
Virtue Hall, ker evidence on the trial of the EARLY bill of mostality at Amster-

gypsy for Canning's affair 128. "She re- dam 614. At the Hague ibid.
tracts it

146 Yearly bill of mortality at Norwich 614.
Unigenitus, bull, hißorical account of
395 At Ipswich

ibid.
Universal medicine, K. Henry VIth's pa- Yearly bill of mortality at London 614
tent for

509 Yearly bills of mortaliiy at Dublin 42, 614
Volga, account of that great river
103 York city described

416, &c.
Volga and Caspian pirates, account of them Yoklire, riors thers

338
Yorkshire,

283

56 B.

Jews bi!!

308

78

207, 208

place of

Y.

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