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From JANUARY to APRIL, inclusive,
With an A P P E N D I X.
TITLES, AUTHORS' NAMES, &c. of the Publi.
cations reviewed in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PASSAGEs in the Criticisms and
Extracts, see the INDEX, at the End of the Volume.
For the Names, also, of those learned Foreigners who are the
Authors of new Differtations, or other curious Papers, published in
the MEMOIRS and TRANSACTIONS of the Scientific ACADEMIES
on the Continent, and also for the Titles of those Dissertations,
&c. which they include, and of which Accounts are given in the
Review,- see the Index, printed at the End of this Yolume.
Arbenian Democracy. See Xenopbon,
Arkyns. See Saunders,
ADAMS on Republics, 547
Atlantic. See Goldfon.
Additional Teftimony to Brothers,
Address to the Prime Minifter of the
King of Corsica,
to the Liverymen of London, Bark, See Relpb.
339 Barry's Fact Sermon,
-, op John Hunter's Museum, 353 Belleville, Hugo de, Poem on his Death,
Advantages of Education,
Elop, an Alarmist,
Beaver's Faft Sermon,
Age of Prophecy,
467 Beckford's History of France, 577
Beddoes and Watt on Factitious Airs,
Airs, Faditious, See Beddoes, Want, Pear. Bell on the Hydrocele,
Benibam on Morals and Legislation, 298.
Albrecht on the English Contitution, 546 Bible. See Newcombe.
Alps, Peonine, Tour to,
62 Bicbeno's Signs of the Times, Part II.
America, Government of, Defence of, by
547 Bidlake's Poems,
American Transa&tions, concluded, 192
Blancbard's Edition of Horne-Tooke's
· Anderson on Peat Moss,
Appendix to Pallas on Sheep, Bowles's (John) farther Reflections, 206
-'s (W. L.) Sonnets,
Anticbriß in the Convention, 219 Brifol, Bishop of, his Fast Sermon, 474
Appeal to the People,
Brolbers's Revealed Knowledge, 344
Aristotle. See Spalding.
Tracts relative to, 344-350.
Arts, See Transactions,