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PANTOMIMES censured and ridiculed

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c: 1753
Korwich, yearly bill of mortality there 614 Political Club. See DEBATII,
Noftrums and specificks

251 Politicks, several instances of our late tad
Nova Scotia, express from 242. Prelent

105
fate of

290 Pomponius Atticus, his speech again the
Number of people, bill for regifering them Saxon subsidy, but in favour of the motion

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

$95
Jews bill 305. Againft the clandestine Poor, abftract of Mr. Fielding's proposal in
marriage bill

361

relation to them' 74-78. Extracts
Nuas of St. Agatha, expelled

95: from Mr. Alcock's remarks on two billa

for the better maintenance of them 123-
0.

126
ATHS of the scavengers, queftmen, Pope, Mr. ftories of him
&c. dispensed with 42. Laid afide. Popilius Lænas, C. his speech againg the

579 Saxon subsidy treaty.
Oxth, obfervations on

36, 607

Popilla prioce, absurdity of having one to
Opinions, of difference in
519 goveta a proteftant people

217
Orange, house of, negotiation between it and Posthumius, A. his speeches against subsidy
the king of Prussia
294, treaties in time of peace

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

517, 584
532 - Pot-afbes. See Ruffia pot-ashes.
Orleans, duke of, regent of France, lord Pretender, lord Bolingbroke's character of
Bolingbroke's character of him
-213

216
Oxford, carl of, his cunduct blamed by Boa Prices of Mocks and grain 46, 94, 152, 200,
lingbroke

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

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

475
Protefter, 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 Prunian memorial about the Silefia load 4"
Parliament, meeting of the 6th leffion 42.

6. Duke of Newcastle's answer to it,
Prorogued 297, 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 most important affairs in it Publick debt. See Inquiry.
268, 269, 329, 330, 373-377, 419- Purple of the antients, from Dr. Temple.
474. 464-470. Meeting of the 7th and

man 559. A new purple discovered by
laft leflion
532 M. Reaumur

598
Parliament of Paris, content between them

Putrefaction prevented by lime water
and the clergy of France 47. Copy of
their remonftrances 95, 197. They aro
banished 246. Brave spec. h of the Soft UARANTINE bill 373, 374
prefident of the great chan.ber, who are
afterwards banished ibid. A new court

Qulius Mocius, his spee' h in favour of the
efablished in their room

531, 582

Saxon fublidy 15. In favour of the clan.
Parliament of Rouen. See Rouen.

deftine marriage bill

549
Pawnbrokers bill

464
Peerage, opinions in relation to it

R.
Pecrage-bill, the argumenis for and against AWLINSON, Thomas, Esq; elected
it

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

36
Ironside, Esq; 533.

Sworn in at the
Peilia, cruelties exercised on the rebels Tower

578
there

233 Reaumur, M. a new purple discovered by
Peyrat, M. owner of the French merchant. him

598
man the Phenix, his care

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

337
Philoinpers fone, an old patent for 509 Reflector, extract frem, against the hanty
Phophorus from the Bolonian ftone 222, making, &c. of laws

603
&c.
Regiftring bill

466
Pick pockets apprehended

338 Reverberatury furnace, a new kind of one
Pluifler of Paris, experiments and observa-

223
tions os 177-180. Further observations Rheumatism. See Gout.
upon it
266 Rliyming qucation proposed 17 F.

Richmond

65

Q Querint. See Mathematic?

461

461, 46: R^

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

it presented to his majesty 147. A bill 6, 7,. His death, and an account of hie:
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 Yorkshirs, a description of 464 truftees for his museum 89. A list of the
Riot at Brifol 348. Ia Yorkshire

338

latter ibid. Contents of his museum 101.
Road bili

421, 42% Considerations on it 134. Lottery for pure
Rouen, parliament of, disputes between chaling it, &c. 193. Lift of the trusteet

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,
456, 582. Preamble to their remon and acquitied

193
Atrances

606 Smith, William, committed for poisoning
Royal chamber established in the reem of the 241. See Alizes.
parliament of Paris
53!, 58: Smyrna,' a terrible fire there

34%
Rural life, censure on its present fashionable Society and a favage life compared 323
employment

414 Solar eclipse. See Eclipse of the san.
Ruflia pot-ashes, a genuine account of the Solid bodies, of their diffolucion and concre.
manner of making the best
351 tion

180
S.

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

241
Saint Remo town and diftrict, affair of South-sea company, general courts of 43,
342. Proceedings of the Genocle with

g!
regard to it
390 South-pole, luminous spots about it

378
Sark, land of, described

544 Spenser, his life 494. Stories concerning liim,
Saxon sublidy treaty, debate on it 9-19, and specimens of his poetry. 495. Cha-
57-65, 105-110 racter of him and his writings

496
Schomberg, Ds. a hearing on the dispute be Spinfters petition againft the clandestine mare
tweca him and the college of phyfciane riage act

60r
339 Spring, philosophical account of a remarkse
Scilly islands, a description of 158–160.

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

ber and character of the inhabitants 160 her trial 126 - 130. Her execution re-
Sea-scurvy, from Dr. Addington 351, 4105 fpited 194. She is pardoned 242, 290

411 Stair, earl of, translation of his letter to
Sempronius Gracchus, T, his speech against Mr. Crages, concerning the late lord Bo-
the Jews bill

401–406
lingbruke

227
Servilius Piiscus, his speech in favour of the State trials, queftion concerning them 368

Soxun 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. $14
291, 339, 437, 484, 578 Stockdale ar.d Joknson appreherded and com.
Sharpers, shop-lifters, house-breakers, &c. mitted for murder 292. Condemned and
caution against them, with the arts made executed

339
use of by 'hem

429, 430

Stocks, See Prices,
Sheriffs appointed

91, 92

Stukely, Dr. his conje&ture of the cause of
Sheriffs for London and Middlesex chosen earthquakes

79
292. Sworn in

438

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, his fad disaster 160 D. Summary of the most important affairs in the
Silesia loan, copy of the Prussian minifter's last leition of parliameat 268, 269, 329,

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

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 queftion solved 277. Another,
113. Observations on the memorial ic. proposed 279. Solved 331 E, 367, 373.
lating to it
72

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

T.
Art of refining ic

70
Slavery, milery of

325
Sleep, a diftertasion on, from a treatise na him

521, 559, 569, 598
opium
299

Thinle,

Sinking fund, account of the produce of 77 Trempleman, Dr. curious extracts from

209

Wales prince of, his birth-day.co.

176

578

INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c. 17532
Thifte, new knights of

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

233
532

Voltaire, M. king of Prussia's letter to him
Thunder. Storn in Cornwall, account of a 197, Airefted at Frankfurt 294. His
* moft extsaordinary one

92 letter to his niece in the original French,
Tillotson, archbishop, his life

31-34 with an English translation 427, 428
Tinners, parliament of

438 Upnor castle in Keni, a description of it,
Tory and whig parties, lord Buling broke's and of the neighbouring forts 104
account of them

Vulity of broad wheels

253
Town, various motives of coming to 562.
That of a young lady's to alier her hape

W.
the worst of all

562
Trade and taxes, confiderations on 218
Trad:ng towns, advantages of living in them

lebrated

290
322

Wales, princess dowager of, her birth-day
Transplantation of men, and the changes

celebrated

578
that have happened in climates and coun- War, seeming preparations for, in Europe
tries

294
Trebon ve Asper, 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 Squires.

241
Trent and Severn, account of a proposal for

Westminster election

42, 43
• making a navigable communication be- Weftmoreland, a defcription of

7,
tween them

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

fishery

182 G, 183

Whale fishery, its success 339, 386, 436
Turkey trade, petitions relating to it, and

Wheel carriages

323
the bill occa Goned by them, with obferva.

Whiston, Rev. MF, 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 ia defence of it 225,
* account of an engagement between them

226. Mr. Jcacccke's letter to the same
41

purpose
V.

Whitefield, Mr. extracts from his expoftu-

latory letter to count Zu zendorf 233, 234

Whole duty of woman, character of that
ral letters in that controverly 536, &C.

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

Wild boar, a description of it

56 B.
Valerius Corvus, M. his speech again the

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

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

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

lingbroke's letter to him

209–218
Irish wool and woolien yarn bill

Wire-drawing, gold and Silver
Vegetables, of the gradation from them to

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

mitting them to be exported from Ireland

117
Venetians, how they left their liberties 450,

to Great Britain 419, 420. Debate on

it in the political club 585-598

451
Ventilators, account of their success

Worcester city described
90

356
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

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

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

434, 445, 491, 517, 562
marriage bill

Writing, a new invention to supply ibe

505
Virginius Rutilus, T, his speech on the Irin

252, 253
wool and woollen yarn bill 592

Y.
Virtue vindicated from Brutus's Nander 144
Virtue Hall, ker evidence on the trial of the EARLY bill of mortality at Amfter.

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

Yearly bill of mortality ac Norwich 6146
Unigenitus, bull, historical account of

395
At Ipswich

ibid.
Universal medicine, K. Henry Vlth's pa- Yea:ly will of mortality at London 614
tent for

509 Yearly bills of mortaliy at Dublio 42, 614
Volgi, account of that great river 103 York city de cribed

416, &c.
Volga and Caspian pirates, account of thera Yorksnite, viors ther:

338
Yorkihue,

283

V the

Jews bill

308

588

78

207, 208

place of

Y

146

,1753.

INDEX to the POETRY.
Yorkshire, descriprion of

352
Young, Dr. his benefaction to the society

Z.
for propagating the gospel in foreign paris INZENDORF, count, the head of

147

be Moravians, extracts from Mr.
Whitefield's exp. Aulatory letter to hun

233, 234

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139

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INDEX to the POETRY,

1753

Davies, Mils, bearing her practising on the
A.
harplicurd

140
DDRESS to the mure

Death of a young lady, verses on

333
Adversity, hymn to

312 Dialogue herween the Rt. Hun, HP,
A la mode, monsieur, by a lady 481 and madam Popularity

141
Allegory attempting to explain the theory of Dialogue fce to mulick

570
vegetation
572 Diamond, a fable

477
Andria of Terence, epilogue to it 287 Difcon’ent, to Siella

481
Anion and Warren, a song fet to milick 135 Difpute, occafioned by seeing the play of the
Antiquary, from one in town to a brother Brothers
antiquary in the country

477 Difich on the empress-queen, tranflated and
Artemitia, to he:

333 pa: aphrased
Antama, prescription to cure it 190 Dorset, duke of, a poem to him, by Mi,

Jones, author of the Earl of Ellex 288
B.

Duty to God
BAR
ARGANY, lord, epitaph on him Duty to our neighbour and ourselves

192
199 Dyer, Mr. to him, on bis poem called, The
Bush, epifle to a friend there

528
Carnation

192
Birth-day

235

E.
Birthday ode

527
Blackbird, elęgy occasioned by footing one ARL of Effex, to Mr. Henry Jones,
on Valentine's day

333

the author of that tragedy 136. Pro-
Boadicia, 4, new tragedy, prologue and epi- logue and epilogue ie it 137. Other verfes
logue to it

574, 575 to the author 139. Epilogue deligned for
Bulingbroke, lord, epigram on his letters it, by Mr, Foote

141
and the answers

19 Elegy occasioned by choosing a blackbird on
Boyle, lord, to him on his marriage 383 Valentine's day

133
British country life, in imitation of Horace Empreis-queen. Soe Difiche
332 Empty verse, soliloquy on

335
Brothers, dispute on seeing that play 101, Enquiry after contentment

87
Prologue to ic 137. - Historical epilogue to Epigrans

190, 192, 478
it 138. . To the Rev. Dr. You.g, th: Epilogue to the Gamefter 86. To the Berl
- author 140. Complaint of the tra-

of Ertex 137 To the Brothers 132.
gick poets, address'd to him, on that play To Terence's Andria 287. To Terence's

189 Eunuch, in Latin and EngliQ 541, 542.
C.

To Boadicia 575. Mr. Macklin's, on his
YELTA in the country, to her

611
609

leaving the stage
Charms of Sally

Epiftie, a humorous one of a face:ious young
384

Jady be-rhymed
Chaucer, a lpecimen of his poetry
Clive, capt. extempore on his arrival

Epistle to the Rt. Hon. the lord mayor 478

530
Coke, lord vilcoont, on his death

Epiftle to Mr.Co Kick at Bath 528

530
Colin and Phæbe, a new song

Epitaphs

40, 87, 190, 385
139

Ether, ftanzas in the chorus of Racin's cra
Colquhoun, Mrs. epitaph on her 40

gedy of 289. Imitated in Englith ibid.
Complaint of the tragick poets to D. Young,

189

Evening contemplation in a college
on his tragedy of the Brothers

575
Conteniment, enquiry after

87

Eunuch of Terence, epilogue to, in Latin

and English
Contentment, hymn to

941, 54%

F.
Country dances 38, 136, 286, 383, 433,

LAVIA

529
476, 527, 571
Count:y life

Foote, Mr. epilogue designed by him
for the tragedy of the Earl of Effex 14.1.
'To him, on his new comedy, intitled,

The Englishman at Paris 446. Prologus
tanze, translated

Spoken by hinn

434
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H Herculaneum, lír es wrute extempore

238

385

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527

478

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INDEX to the POETRY, . 1753.
Fotler, late Rev. Dr. James, verses on him Midnight thought, a new song set to mufick

85
Fieemasons anthem, at laying the foundati. Miller's fong, fet to mufick

334
on of the new Exchange at Edinburgh 925 Milton's measure in l'Allegro and il Penferolu
Friend, verlee to che

384
imiiated

571
Fjendship interrupled by trifles, restored and

Minuets

86, 238, 335
increaled by calon

239

Modern diess, a receipt for 396, To the
author

480
G.

Monimia to Philocles, written by the late
AMESTER, prologue to 86. Epi-

lord Hy

433
J logue ibid. Song muroduced in it 87. Monsieur A la mode, by a lady
Te the author of it
ibid. Mule, address to

584
God the universal parent, a hymn 191

N.
H.

ANNY of the vale, of Westerham in
, to

385 Kent
New year's ode

40
by a gentleman to his friend, on healing Nefiiter, Mils, prologue spoken by Mr. Bar-
be had left England with a defign of vi- ry, in the character of Romeo, on her
Siting it

horft appearing on the flage 529
Hertford, countess of, ex tempore on a draw-
ing of hers

577

0.
Hey for the forcerer

40 CCASIONAL prologue, intended to
Hill, brigadier.general, epitaph on
Holt school, verses from, in Latin and Eng-

191
lith
138, 139, 192 Ode for new year's day

40
Hirace, an ore of his imitated 239. Ano- Ode of Horace imitated 239. Translated
ther translated
140

240
Hymn to aoversity

3.32 0.de on the prince of Wales's birth-day 286
Hymn to culteptment

Ode for his majesty's birth day
I.

Officium n'fhrum erga Deum 136. Imitated in
English heroicks

139
ANTHE and Iphis, set to mufick

37

officium noftrum "orga proximos ' et normetipfos
Joies, Mr. Heary, to him, on his trake-

Abid.

192. Imitated in English
dy of the Earl of Eflex 136, 139.. His Oxymel Busby, to him
poem to the duke of Durlet

288

P.
K.
ANEGYRICK on virtue

60

Pardoners prologue, from Chaucer 400
him at Bath

528
Pastoral dialogue

39
Prescription to cure an afthma
L.

To the

Prologue to the Gamefter 86.
AD the pimple, a

Earl of Eflex 137

To the Brothers

ibid. Inteoded to have been spoken by
man with a pair of ruffles of her own

- Mr. Woodward 191. To Terence's An-
making 333. Written in the first leaf of
Milton's paradise loft, that was sent to one

dria 287. Written by Mr. Garrick, and

Ipoke by Mr, Foote 487. Spoken by
435. To one paying a vilit in the charac-

Mr. Burry in the character of Remeo, ca
ter of a beggar for convento 480. Oo

Miss N Aficer's fuft appearing on the ffage
travelling with one $30. Occalioned by

529. To the new tragedy of Boadicia
the late marriage of one out of Eflex, ow
feltied with her spoule at St. Ives

574, To the Roman Revenge
Lady's Iquitre!, on its death

R.

577
Lambert, Mr. to him
83 EBUS

792
1 is of the mill, let to musick
Ifi, a view of

the author
Link, anode,

238

Retort, a lorg set to mufick
Mrs. to her on her birth day, April

Roman Revenge, prologue to
237

Rus, an imitation of Milton's mealure in

i'Allegro and il Penterolo
MACKLIN, Mi. his fareisel epilogue

384
611
irakiin, Mife, to her, on her father and
sher's.caving the Irge

Senior chaplain of the king,
611
ing unprovided for

Single

101

I

PAN

190

Llady

, and one who presented a gentle?

575

285
239

R Receipt for modern diefe 396. "I:

480
432
575

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