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Dreams, extreme Danger of the popular Infantry, Quarters of

333

Belies in

28 Inoculation, Success of

285

Dress, female, Observations on 18 Inundation, a dreadful Account of 254

E.

Indian Eloquence, Specimen of

EA Ast indies, Portuguese Voyages to Interment, Premature, Plan for the Preven.

10, 65, 118, 179, 237, 289, 315, Interview, the Happy

455

401, 457, 513, 572, 625

647

Eaft In 'ia "Rills, Fox's and Pitt's Strictures Johnson, Doctor, Character of 466

Joseph, Saint, mad Girl of

303

Puucation, on

Hle of Skič, Description of

427

123, 163

Eel, electrical, Account of

581

K.

Effects of virtuous Admonitions, an Eastern Koma Robert

, Esq; Account of the

Tale

296

50, 97

English Poetry, an Esay on

of his Execution

140

English Slavery, or a Pi&ure of the Times Kingston, Duchess of, Memoirs of

505,

361

569, 629

Farope, Political, History of 35, 89, 145,

L.

201, 257, 313, 369, 425, 481, 537,

$93, 649 ments than Executions

139

x xtreme Parlimony

526 Lace, Gold and Silver, a Recipe to restore

F.

them

28

LAREWELL, the tender

184

Laugh, a well-timed one, Utility of 126

Female Prostitution, Thoughts on 581 Law, Rernarks on the great Abuses of 310

Fitzgerald, Mr. and Miss Vaughan, Ance- Leather, tanning of, by Means of the

dote of

Styptic Water

243

Flattery, an Effay on

464

Letter from a Gentleman in London to

Foreign Intelligence 49, 103, 161, 217,

his Friend in Cambridge

27

273, 329, 385, 441, 497553, 609, L¢ Nourisson, translated from the French

250, 293, 365, 415

Fragment, a sentimental

Ligonier's Regiment, Anecdotes of

138

Franances, to Gordina Christina

Lion and Lioress, Instance of the Genero-

Franklin, Benjamin, Speech of

217

Francis Xavier, Life of

362, 633

Local Proverbs

624

French Abbé, Description of

Louis de Steinman, Circumstances in the

French King, an Act of thę Council of

Life of

526

State

Ludovisio, Carantani, tragical History of 136

413

G.

Lukins, George, Account of

509

,

M.

473 MAHOMET, the Person and Charac-

Gambaclo, Geoffry, Account of

566

Gamefter, the true, Anecdote of

Mansfield, Lord, Anecdote of

575

344

Gaming, and Suicide, Prevalence of Marriages 51, 108, 12, 162, 166, 219,

Godtathers, useful Hint.to

224, 275, 279, 332, 336, 387, 392,

Gordon, Lord George, turned Jew, in

443, 448, 500, 504, 556, 559, 560,

this World- nothing new

612, 616, 668, 671

45

Gratitude, reinarkable Instance of the Force Match, the fatal, a true Story

643

of

638

Matrimonial Quarrels, Essay on 583

Grotto of the Fairies, Description of

580

Maurepas, Count de, Menoirs of

409

Guined, and East Indics, Voyage to

626

Memoirs of the Emprefs of Athenais 341

Guinea, and Benin, a Vayage to

the Athenian Stewart 135

H.

Cecilia

460

Edward Collton

TINT, a useful one

463

Hood, Lord, Character of

A Country Curate 478

402

Francis Xavier

Horiemanship, new Art of

562, 633

64+

Humphrics’s Answer to Mendoza

Geoffry Gambado

59

His Reply to Mendoza

Duchess of Kingston 505, 569,

60

Humphries and Mendoza, Conteft between

629

Lewis de Steinman 526

57

Hunting Excursions, Account of

Ludovifio Carantani

136

339

Husbands, Advice to, by Mrs. Piozzi 281

George Lukins

50g

1

Negro Makandal

170

Dennis O'Kelly

60

TERUSALEM, present Situation of that

City

583

Queen Catharine Parr

198

Memoirs

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A Song

Memoirs of Frederick Pilon

61 Poetry, A Paraphrase on the Birth of Chrift

Mendoza's Letter in Vindication of his Be.

48

haviour, &c. &c.

58 The Messiah

ib.

Mendoza's Answer to Humphries 59

A Fragment

ib.

Meeting, the unexpected

640 Ode to Bishop Burnet

Midwift, the mock; a true Story 575

The Village Spire

103

Military Anecdote

519

Verses to Henry

ib.

Minuet, the Bath, a humorous Account of Lines on Intemperance ib.

393

An Epigram

Miseries of Marriage, Motives to mitigate The Hypocrite's Hope ib.

187 Courthip inverted

Moriano and Celia, a Tale

14

The Embarrassment

158

Morocco, the Empire of, with its Inhabi- An Epilogue

ib.

tants, &c.

189

An occafional Address

159

N.

A Petition from a broken Neck-

lace

NEGRU

JEGRO, the Albino, a curious Ac-

count of

33

Lines by an Oxonian

A Rebus

Negro, Makandal, an authentic History 170

Notion, the miftaken one, or the new Art Verses presented to the Duke i
Art of Horsemanship

.
533

Bulkley
Part of a Poem by Greathead
Dial erected on a Grave

jh.

Prologue to the Fate of Sparta 240

Diseases, Result of

576

A Thought

215

Oeconomy, a Fragment

282

Lines from a Husband to his Wife ib.
OʻKelly, Dennis, a Sketch of the Life of 60

Specimens of the Songs in Love in

Okano, Hiftory of

587, 645

the East

ib.

One way to ftop your Horse, or thc new

ih.

Art of Horsemanship

644

An Epigram

ib.

On appearing what we neither are, nor with

An Enigma

ib.

to be

516

An Enigma

216

Original Letter from Mary Queen of Scots,

An Invocation to Peace ib.

to Queen Elizabeth

241

Kenfington Square

ib.

P.

A palatable Recipe to foften a Fe-

JARR, Catherine, Queen, Life of 583

male Heart

ib.

A Sonnet

270

357, 359

The Irish Volunteer

271

Parliamentary Intelligence, Irish 100, 1$3, An Epistle from the Pope to Joseph

209, 265, 321, 377, 433, 489, 545,

the Ild.

ib.

601, 657

A Poetical Litany
Patience, the, Eulogy of

424

An Address to Miss Nancy Hard-

Partridge Shooting

536

to-please

327

Peerage of Ireland, a new and correct one An Epithalamium

it.

1, 84, 113, 173, 225, 299, 337, 397,

Veries on Woman
449, 929, 617

on the Death of a young Lady ib.

Pensions, a Lift of, placed on the Civil Efla-

Vive la Bagatelle

blidement during the Rutland Adminiftra-

An Acrostic

tion

261

The Tobacco-pipe

ib.

Pilon, Frederick, Account of the Life of 61

Lines on a little Girl

ib.

Phenomenon, a curious one

Avarice, a Fragment

ib.

Physiognomy, on

Songs, by R. Burns

382

Plants, thę Śleep of

479

A Translation from Boetius ib.

Precepts, ten, which Lord Burleigh be-

Lincs addressed to Mrs. Crouch ib.

queathed to his Son

641

The Morning Drean

ib,

Plays, Prologues, and Epilogues, prevailing Turner's Vale

384

Practice of acting and writing by private The Love-loft Maiden

ibi

Ladies and Gentlemen

The Dream

ib.

Poctry, Epitaph on a Rake

Lines addrefled to a young Lady
The Tea-cup, a Fable

ib.
with a Fan

ib.
Songs introduced into the Opera of An Epigram

ib.

Robin Hood

47

Lines to Doctor Warner

439

An Elegy on the Duke of Rutland

Proteus, not Fabulous

ib.

ib.

Reason's Expoftulation with Loe

A Song written by Mr. Sheridan ib.

Icetry

326.

ib.

328
ib.

76
46

440

grels of

197

165

Poetry, Love'. Answer to Reason 440 Speeches of Mr. Parsons, Mr. Corry, Mr.

Poverty and Riches, Effects of

30

Fitzherbert, Mr. Grattan 266

Pride, the Folly of

4

The Chancellor of the Exchequer,

Prizes, a correct Lift of

167

Mr. Fitzherbert, Mr. Corry

Prorlation of the late Pretender 186

227

Promoti$ 115, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastic

Mr. Stewart, of Killimoon, Right
Sk. 11290166, 219, 224, 275, 279, 336,

Honourable Dennis Daly, Sir
387, 303, 443, 448, 504, 559, 560,

Lucius O'Brien, Şir F. Hut-
616, 672

chinson, Chancellor of the Ex-

Pruflx, late King of, Anecdotes of 632

chequer

268

199, 343

Sir Henry Cavendish, Chancellor
Public Spirit and Prudential Selfishness con.

of the Exchequer, Right Ho-
trafted

408

nourable Secretary of State, Mr.

R.

Corry, Mr. D. Browne 269

Mr. Malon, Mr. Parsons, Mr.

EADING and Study, Reflections on

Burgh of Oldtown 270

79

Chancellor of the Exchequer,

Religion, various Impediments to the Pro-

Mr. Burgh, Mr. George Pon-

353

Revenge, the virtuous, a Tale 126

fonby

321

Mr. Corry, Mr. Moore, Mr.
Kuffian Manifesto

43

Holmes, Mr. Serjeant Hewitt,

Kustians and Turks, Engagement between

365

323

Mr. Corry, Mr. Holmes, Right

S.

Honourable Mr. Gardiner, Sir

TAILOR, the generous

78

John Blaquiere, the Speaker,

Seaman, the impressed

422

Mr. Beresford

326

Segued and Ali, a Story

419

Mr. Browne of the College, Mr

Selkirk, Alexander, Anecdotes of

Marcus Beresford, Mr. Hart.

Shandy, Tristram, Explanations of the

ley, Sir Henry Cavendish, Rt.

Plates of

28, 84, 140, 196, 253, 209

Honourable Mr. Grattan 377

Sheriff's for 1788

The Attorney General, Lord

Sophia, to

115

Kingsborough, Major Hobart,

Speeches of Lord Delvin

102

Right Honourable Mr. Grattan

Mr. arsons of the College, Sir

Henry Hartftongs Honoura-

Mr. Parsons, Mr. Curran 382

·ble Dennis Brown

153

The Chancellor of the Exchequer,

Chancellor of the Exchequer,

Mr. Beresford, Mr. Corry 433

Right Hon. Mr. Brownlow,

The Solicitor General, Right Ho-
Right Honourable Mr. Conolly,

nourable John O'Neil, Mr.
Mr. Corry, Attorney General,

Stewart of Killimoon, Mr.

154

Forbes, Mr. Hartley 434

The Speaker, Right Honourable

Attorney General, Mr. Grattan,

Mr. Beresford, Lord leadtort,

Mr. Marcus Beresford, Right

Right blonourable Allen l'itz-

Honourable Mr. Gardiner 435

herbert, Mr. 'Trench

155

Mr. Marcus Beresford, Sir Ed-

Mr. Hartley, Sir Henry Caven-

ward Newenham, Mr. Trench

dith, Chancellor of the Exche.

quer, Mr. Trench

157

Sir Frederick Flood, Sir Henry

Mr. Grattan, Mr. Parsons 158

Cavendith, Sir F. Hutchinson,

The Secretary of State, Mr. For-

Mr. Gardiner, Mr. Ogle, Mr.
bes, Mr. Secretary Fiizherbert,

Cufre, Mr. Smith

489

Mr. Browne of the College,

Mr. Godfrey Green, Mr. Hart-

the Attorney General 209

ley, Mr. Trench, Sir Lucius

Chancellor of the Exchequer, the

O'Brien

490

Attorney General, Mr. Hardý, Spirituous Liqnors, evil Effects of 169

Honourable Mr. Crown, Mr. Sierne, Laurilice, Letters of

453

Corry

211 Sugar, Mcthod of preparing, &c. &c. 406

Mr. Párlons, Sir Henry Caven. Swift's Anecdote of Captain Creighton
dih, Mr Forbes, Mr. Trench,

648

Mr. Beresford

218

T.

Rignt Hon. Mr. Grattan 214. TALE, Zohar, an Eastern one 349

Right Honourable Mr. Grattan, Thoughts ou several Subjects

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Right Honourable Mr. Conol.

Thoughts

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265

378

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496

Thosghts oa the Trial of the Regicides of Verses, on a little Girl afcep, with

Charles the ift

301

Baby in her Arnis

ib.

Tyranny, the Fate of

Avarice, a Fragment

V.

Songs, by R. Burns

46

A Translation from Boctia %

VERSES, Epitaph on a Rake
The Tea-Cup, a Table ib.

Lines addrefled to Nro. 'stouh
Songs introduced in the Opera of

ib.

Robin Hood

47

The Morning Dreams ib.

An Elegy on the Duke of Rutland

Turner's Vale

ib.

The Love-loft Maiden ib.

A Song, written by Mr. Sheri.

The Dream

ib.

dan

ib.

To a young Lady with a Fan ib.

A Paraphrase on the Birth of

An Epigram

ib.

Chrift

48

Lines to Doctor Warner 439

The Meftah

ib.

Proteus, not Fabulous ib.

A Fragment

ib.

Reason's Expoftulation niti. Luve

Ode to Bitbop Burnett 102

The Village Spire

103

Love'. Answer to Rear i

to Henry

ib.

The Negroe's Complaı.

Lines on Interperance

ib.

Damon to Delia

An Epigram

104

Song against the Politics of i

The Hypocrite's Hope ib.

Struensi

ib.

Courtship inverted

ib.

The Translation of the same ib.

The Embarrassment 158

A Song from Jamaica ib.

An Epilogue

ib.

Hymn to Morning

An occasional Address 159

The infolvent Debtor

ib.

A Petition from a broken Neck-

On seeing a certain Motto ib.

lace

ib.

The Impromptu

ib.

Lines by an Oxonian

ib.

An Elegy

ib.

A Rebus

160

The Contradiction

550

presented to the Duke of Bulkley

Fame

ST

ib.

An Effusion

ib.

Part of a Poem, by Greathead ib.

The present Age

ib.

Dial crected on a Grave ib.

The Summum Bonum

553

Prologue to the Fate of Sparta

By the late Mr. Turner ib.

214

Jenny

606

A Thought

215

Thc Advice

609

Lines from a Husband to his Wife

A Ballad

ib.

ib.

To a Country Friend

Specimens of the Songo in Love in

An Ode to Poverty

ib.

the East

ib.

Lines addressed to Mr. Pratt 60%

ib.

Addressed to Mary T-ib.

An Epigram

ib.

An Eating Song

ib.

An Enigma

ib.

Prologue to the Comedy of the

An Enigma

216

Sword of Peace, or a Voyage of

An Invocation to Peace ib.

Love

662

Kenfington Square

ib.

A Song

663

A very palatable Receipt to soften

By the late William Shenstone ib.

a Female Heart

ib.

The Autumnal Morning ib.

Sonnet

270

The Incident, on seeing a Bird

The Irish Volunteer

271

futtering in a Lady's Hand ib.

An Epiftle from his Holiness

A Fragment

ib.
the Pope to Jofeph II. ib.

The Simile

A Poetical Litany

326

The Bouquet

ih.

An Address to Miss Nancy Hard-

A Sonnet

ih.

to-please

327

The

Repartee, a Tale ib.

The Answer to Miss Nancy Hard-

An Epitaph on a Beggar ib.

to-please

ib.

W.

An Epithalamium

ib. TATSON, Colonel, Life of

on Women

ib.

Wedding of a young

Maid

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on the Death of a young Lady ib. Whitewashing, Description of

Vive la Bagatelle

328 Wit, Abuse of

An Acrostic

ib. Wreck, the, a Tale

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212

Page

1. A-os of Viscount Chetwynd

Middleton

ibid

HII.

Boyne

ibid

IV.

Allen

ibid

v. Doctor Slop, and Susanna quarrelling, &c.

27

VI. and VII. The Pursuit of the Fox and the Hare, and Kiss and Part

VIII. Humphreys and Mendoza, fighting at Odiam, in Hampshire

57

IX. Tristram Shandy's Journey from Bologne to Montreuil, in a Poft-chaise
X. and XI. Love and Nature, a new. Song, set to Mufic, and Share on Tim, a
Country Dance

JOI

XI!. Arms of Viscuent. Grimston

113

XIII.

Barrington

ibid

XV.
Gage

ibid
Yv,
Palmerston

ibid

XVI. Tristram Shandy's meeting with the Peasants between Nismes and Lunch 140

XVii. and XVIII. Something elle, but what, &c. &c. and Larry's Ghoft, set to Music

156.

XIX. Larzy's Farewell

169

XX. Wičow Wadman's Attack on Uncle Toby 10

196
XXI. and XXII. The Devonshire Minuet, and De Kilmainham Minit, set to Mu-

fic
XXUI. Arms of Viscount Bateman

ibid

XXIV.

Galway

ibid

XXV.
Powerscourt

ibid
XXVI.
Afhbrook

115

XXVII. Uncle Toby, with Corporal Trim, going to visit the Widow Wadman

253

XXVIII. and XXIX. The Boxing Bihup, and Jemmy o'er the Glen, set to Mufic 268

XXX. Mr. O'Reilly in the Character of Father Luke

281

XXXI. Tristram Shandy discovering Maria, with her little Goat by her fide

309

XXXII. and XXXII. The Mind of Bright Sukey's a Jewel, and the Horse Grenadier's

Quick-ftep

324

XXXIV. Arms of Viscount Mountmorris

337

XXXV.

Dungannon

ibid

XXXVI.
Glerawley

ibid.
XXXVII.
Southwell

ibid

XXXVII. View of the naval Engagement between the Turks and Russians 365

XXXIX. and XL. Charming Clurinda, and the Stag through the Forest, set to Music 380

XLI. A long Minuet, as danced at Bath

393

XLII. An Irish Peasant

420

XLIII. XLIV. Ding Dong, and the Humours of Priesthouse, set to Mufic

XLV. Arms of Viscount De Vesci

449

XLVI.

Enniskillen

ibid

XLVII.

Lifford

ibid

XLVII.

Desart

ibid

XLIX. Ceoffrey Gambado, Esq.

L. and Li. Haud away you Loon, and the fame set to Music for the Guittar

492

LII. Miss Chudleigh in the Character of Iphigenia

505

LIIl. The Mistaken Notion

$33

LIV. and LV. Somebody, and three fashionable Country Dances, fet to Mufie, 548

LVI. English Slavery, or a Piclure of the Times

549

LVII. A Bit of Blood

LVIII. and LIX. Good Day and no Harm done, and As o'er the Lawn the Lovers

frayer, fet to Music

LX. Arms of Viscount Erns

LXI.

Bangor

ibid

LXII.

Melbourne

ibid

LXIU
Clifier

ibid

LXIV. One Way to Stop your tiorle

XYanid LXVI. Tom Brown, and Country Dance, fet to Mac

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