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378

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air,

392

396

236

natus, 1:6

Chiropozoria,

159 Discourse on suicide, 312--Upon re-
Coolcric fathers, the,
393 pentance,

391
Cbrißianily, dissertations on the evi- Differtations on the internal evidences
dences of,

of christianity,
Chroniile of the times, oriental, 309 Dobor's medical commentary on fixed
Claims of the Britifli fi amen to a more

466
equal distribution of prize-money, Dream, the royal,

ibia. Drinkwater's imtory of the fiege of
Clercent XIV. (pope) life of,

397
Gibraltar,

350
Cuckill's (Dr.) eliay on the retrover. Du Mitand's French spelling-book,
sion of the uterus,
157

392
Çufei, observations on the properties Duped guardian, the,
of,
156, 157

E.
Cofir, the stone,

67 Ealibrook (miss Julia), memoirs of, 224
Cölleciion of Gaelic proverbs, 398-Of Edmor.fione's reviewers corrected, 79

treaties of peace, &c. between Eficis of fixed air in mortifications of
Great Britain and other powers, the extremities,
340 Eleanora, a tale,

141
Colonies, crisis of the, considered, 227 Elegiac pocin on the death of Dr. Gib.
Commentaries and eflays, No. II. 154 bons, 70-On the dtath of Wm.
Confiio ad clerum, xiv. cal. sunias, Shepherd,

71
1734,
156 Eiegies and funnets,

69
Confiderations on the order of Cincin, Elements of Euclid, 32-Of nature 79

On the nature and - Of hotany, on the, 100-Of or-
cecunoniy of beasts and caitie, 311 thepy, 136~-Of English grammar,
Confolation of philosophy,
453

474
Conjunce, a novel,

294 Eleven additional letters from Russia,
Corp's (Dr.) say on the jaundice,

80
467 Engliß law, history of the, vol. II. 88
Correspondentes

479, 480 Enquiry into the fire arts, 10--Into
Cottage, love in a,

395 the consequence of inclofing waste
Cottingham's new year's counsel, 1,6 lands, 153 - Into the causes of
Coreper's talk, a poem,
251 corns, warts, &c.

159
Cranmer (abp.) jife of,

130 Epifile from the riv. Mr. M-nto
Cricklade case, report of the, 390 Mr. Pitt, 67 from lord Ashbur-
Crisis of the colonies confidered, 227 ton to Mr. Piti, ibid.--Heroic, to
Critical essays on some poems of seve- Major Scott,

397
ral English poets,

345 Ejay on the life and characer of l'em
Criticisms on the Rolliad, part l. 453 trarch, 59—To prove the insuffici-
Crolle's power of friencihip,

468 ency of subalterns pay in the army,
Crüten's address to the loyal part of &c. 79--On the theory of the pro-
the British empire,

309 duction of animal hçat, 97-On the
Cumberland's character of the late lord retroversion of the uterus, 157-On
visc. Sackville,

470 the cure of the phthisis pulmonalis,
Curfory remarks on Ramsay's effay on 234-On agriculture, 333—On the
the treatment of African flaves,

jaundice,

467
437 Ejays historical and moral, 37--On
D.

the intellecimal powers of man, 241
Death improved,

70 -On some of the poems of several
Dubaie on Mr. Pitt's motion for bring- English poets,

345
ing in a bill to amend the reprcfeti- Etymologift, the, a comedy,
tation of the people, 78- in the Euclid, elements of,

52
house of Coninions in Ireland, 306 Enrenius,

199
Digercracy of the tinies, 397 Eutlıydemus & Georgias Platonis, 37
Demetrius Poliorectes, cbfcquies of, 230 Excurjions in an air-ballcon, 234
Demoniad, the,

315 Executive justice, letter to the author
Dent's lawyer's panic,

393
of choughts on,

160
Difudory refledions on Police,

310 Experimental enquiry into the nature
Pichinary (a gencral) of the English of Cheltenham water,

237
language,

478 Explanation of Mr. Pitt's bill for
Dir. crions for impregnating Buxton amending the representation in par-
water with gaffes,

liantent, 152-Of the proposal for
Difbreed jubaltern, 2d. ed.

142 liquidating the national debt, 226

470

468

228

187

396

H.

236

F.

Glandular disease of Barbacoes, té
Fables, moral,

230 marks on Dr. Hendy's defcription
Falconer's edition of Dobson's com-

of the,

261
mentary on fixed air,

466 Gold (the power of) displayed,
Fall of scepticism and in fidelity, 230 Golden vale, anecdotes of the,

199
Falje friends (the), 73-Criticism ana- Good Hope, voyage to the Cape of, 32 1
lysed,
79 Grace (la) & la nature,

334
Family instructor, the medical, 236 Grammar (English), elements of, 474
Faneticism displayed,

147 Grant's essays on the orign of society,
Fancy, the frolics of,

314

&c.
Fatbers, the choleric,

393 Great Britain, retrospective view of
Favourites of felicity,

233 of the increasing number of the
Female aeronaut, the, 313--Monitor, standing army of, 389-Collection

320 of treaties between, and other pow.
Fever (low contagious), observations trs,

390
on the,

223 Gregory's essays historical and moral, 37
Fevers, on the influence of the moon Guardian, the duped,
in,

287 Guide, the tea - purchaser's, 80
Fifer's (Dr.) practice of medicine Through London, Westminster, &c.
made easy,
157

476
Fixed air, remarkable effects of, 236
Fla, memoirs of a,

318 Hall's (Dr.) medical family instruc-
Flora, Cantabrigiensis,

331 tor,
Fléchére's la grace & la nature, 33.4 Hampieire (New), history of, 238
Force of love, the,

378 Hanway's neglect of the effectual fe.
Forced vow, the,

315 paration of prisoners, &c. the cause
Fothergill's (Dr.) enquiry into the na- of the frequent thefts &c. commit-
ture of Cheltenham water, 237 ted,

390
Fox's Mr.) speech on the Irish refu. Harrison's remarkable effects of fixed

lutions, 78-Reply to Mr. Pitt, on air in mortifications of the extre-
the fourth proposition of the Irish mities,

236
fyítem,

ibid. Haygartlı’s inquiry how to prevent the
Fox-glove, account of the, 248

215
Fragment of the history of John Bull, Heads, lecture on,

310 Hebrides, journal of a tour to the, 337
Francis's obsequies of Demetrius Po- Remarks un,

473
liorcetes,

230 Hendy's (Dr.) description of the glan-
Francis the philanthropist, 395

dular disease of Barbadoes, rcmarks
Free opinions sported in the cabinet of

on,

261
Venus,
79 Heraldry of nature,

78
Frenel fpelling-book,

399 Heroic epistle to major Scott, 397
Friends, the false,

73 Heron's letters on literature, 405
Prolics of fancy,

314 Historical and moral essays, 37-And
Funding, thoughts on a new system of, chronological view of Roman law,
152

103
G.

Hifory of the English lawv, vol II. 83.
Gaelic proverbs, collection of,

Of the practice of trepar ning the
Gallantry, new annals of,

479 skull, 158_Of New Hampshire;
Gardening, planting and ornamental, 238-- Of the Westminster election,

310-Of John Bull, ibid. Of the
General fynopsis of birds, vol. III. 256 hon. Edw. Mortimer, 316--Of the

- Dictionary of the English lan- figc of Gibraltar, 35o-Of thọ
guage,
478 wars in Scotland,

400
Gilbox (Edw.), esq. letters to, 161 Holcroft's choleric fathers,

393
Gibbons (Dr.) poem on the death of, Hutton's journey from Birmingham
70 to London,

471
---'s (Wm.) reply to fir Lucius

1. j.
O`Brien,

389 Impartial sketch of the debate in the
Gibraltar, history of the fiege of, 350 house of commons in Ireland, 3-6
Gilpin's (Wm:) life of archbishop Incendiaries, the pious,

147
Cranmer,

130 Incbbeld's (Mrs.) appearance is againt
(I.) tranflation of Fletcher's them,

399
ode of the peace of 1783,

Increase

469
lis

small pox,

318

398

22

80
318

236

241

303

Increase of manufactures, commerce, Lawv, history of the English, 88-Ro-
&c. propoled,
286 mau, view of,

103
India, analysis of the political hiftory Lawrie's history of the wars in Scots
of,

361
land,

400
Infidelity and scepticism, the fallof, 2:6 Lawyers panic, the,

393
Inquiry how to prevent the small pox, Lectiones felectæ,

215-into the effects of putting a Lecture on heads,

itop to the African flave-trade, 440 Letter to the apb. of Canterbury, 156
Intruction for the king at arms, 78 - To the rev. T. Wurton, 1594
Infrucior, the niedical family,

To Theophilus Lindsay, 175-To a
indifficiency of fubalternis pay, &c. female friend, by the first female
ellay to prove,

79 aerial traveller, 320~To a prorri-
Intellectual powers of man, effay on etor of the navigation from the
the,

Trent to the Mersey, 398-From
Invocation to melancholy,
66 Omai to the earl of ***,

400
Ireland, address to the king and people Letters (eleven additional) from Ruf-

of, 76--Sketch of the debates in the fia, 80-On the elements of botany,
house of commons of, 306-Let- 109-Conceroing the trade, &c. of
ters concerning the trade and ma- Ireland, 308—Between an illustri-
nufactures of,

303

0!s perfonage and a lady of ho-
Iriji refolutions, Mr. Fox's speech on hour, 399-Of literature,

405
the, 78--System, reply on report- Life of Cervantes, 94 - Of George
ing the fourth proposition of the, Anne Bellamy, vol. VI. 239-Of
ibid. -- Protcft to the ministerial Dr. Watts, 396-Of pope Clement
manifesto,

XIV.

397
Ifuiub versified,

61 Lindsay (Theoph.) letter to, 175
Ivar, a tragedy,

72 Literary society, poems by a, 315
jaundice, eflay on the,
467 London unmasked,

399
Jenkinson's (riglit hon. Charles) col. Love, the force of, 318-In a cottage,
lection of treaties of peace, &c. be-

395
tween Great Britain and other Pow. Lovibond's poems,

230
ers,

390 Loufiad, the,
fly, or the forced vow, 315 Low's chiropodologia,

159
Junjon (Dr.), verses on the death of, Low contagious fever, observativtis
69-Laurel, or contest of the poets, on the,

223
146 -- Prayers and meditations, 310 Lucubrations by a lady,

160
Life of Dr. Watts,

396 Lanardi's account of his second aerial
Jones's lernion on the nature and æco- voyage,

319
numy of beasts, &c.

311 Lyric odes (more) for the royal acades
Journal of a tour to the Hebrides, 337 nicians, 149-For the year 1785,
Remarks on,
473

150
Journey from Birmingham to Lon-

M.
don,

477 Macey's elegy on Wm. Shepherd, esq.
furi prudence of the court of Scotland,
oblervations on,

77

Atachiries (aerostatic), treatise on, 319
Yfice (executive), letter to the au- Mac Intofis's collection of Gaelic pro-
inor of thoughts on,

16

verbs,
ur.nal, translation of the fatires of, Misc Packe's Oixedia,

474
401 Maid of Orleans, the,

Maill.md (Gco.) esq. adventures of,
Feijington-gardens,
143

394
King and people of Ireland, address to Men, essays on the intelle&ual powers
ibe,
76 of,

241
& inrgist of the ten starz, remarks on Manual of materia medica, 267
to extraordinary conduct of the, Manufacturss, commerce, &c. the in-

creale of,

286
L.
Muria, a novel,

233
Inndy's tale, the,

470

or obfequies of an unfaithful
Landcapes in verse,

315

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398

210

K.

398

195
wife,

318
Langrijire s (lir Hercules) (peech, 308 Marine-school, proposals for establin-
Lanaown hill, nde tı,
315

478
Viata s general typopus of birds, Marign's translation of Rousseau's let.
c. II.

256 ters oa the elements of botany, 109

ing a,

397

316
136

122, 126

Max's (the rev. Wm.) epistle to Mr. prisoners, &e. the cause of fre-
Pitt,
67 quent thefts and violences,

399
Muteria medica, manual of, 267 New annual register for 1784, 372.
Mavor's universal stenography, 478 London (py, 399. — Annals of
May morning free-will offering, 72 gallantry,

479
Mazzingby's guide through London, New-Hampire, history of, 238
Westminster, &c.
476 New-year's counsel,

156
Medical family instructor, 236. Newcome's (wp.) attempt towards an

Sketches, 329.-Transactions, vol. improved version, &c. of the mi-
111. 428.-Commentary on fixed por prophets,

113
air, 2d edit.
466 Nolegay, the

72
Medicine (the practice of) made easy, Nosologia methodica oculorum, 465
157 Nutpelis,

474
Melaneboly, invocation to, 66

0.
Melville (fir Henry), memoirs of, 234 O'Brien's letters concerning the trade,
Memoirs of fir Simon Supple, 68.-- &c. of Ireland, 308.-Reply to, 389

Sentimental, 232.-0f fir Henry Objecuies of Demetrius Poliorcetes,2 30.
Melville and mils Julia Eastbrook, -Of an unfaithful wife, 318
234.-And adventures of a ilea, Observations on the jurisprudence of
318.- E George Anne Bellamy, the court of feffion, in Scotland,

77.-On the importance of the A-
Merd's elegy on the death of Wm. merican revolution, 119.-On cof-
Shepherd, esq.

70 fee, 156, 157.-On the typhus, 223.
Mejjina, a poem,

On the militia, 309.-On anti-
Middleton's rest for the weary,

monial preparations,

464
Militia, observations on the 309 Ode to Lansdown-hill, 315.-On the
Mill-woman of Bristol's poems,

148
peace of 1783,

469
Minifier, the, admonished, 389 Odes (more) for the royal academicia
Mirabear's considérations sur l'ordre

ans, 149.-Lyric, for the year
de Cincinnatus,

1785, 350.--Probationary for the
Miscellaneous pieces, 320.-Thoughts, laureatship,

456
399 Didaxle; or nutshells,

474
Monitor, the female,
320 Omai's letter to the earl of ***

400
Monody to the memory of admiral Omen, the

234
Hyde Parker,

316 Oracle concerning Babylon, 314
Moon (on the influence of the) in fe- Oratory, the power of
vers,

287 Oriental chronicle of the times, 309
Mural historical eslays, 37.-Fables, Original papers,
229 Orleans, the maid of,

210
More, lyric odes for the royal acade- Ornamental gardening,
micians,
149 Orthoepy, elements of,

136
Mortimer (the hon. Edw.) history of, Owen's translation of the satires or

Juvenal,

401
Meseley's (Dr.) observations on cofice,

P.
156, 157 Paley's principles of moral and poli-
Munchausen's (baron) narrative of his

tical philosophy,
travels, &c. in Rullia, 479 Pantbeon, the tears of the, 315
Muse of Britain,
316 Papers original,

76
Mysors's history of the practice of Papbiad, the,

143
trepanning the skull, 158 Parker (admiral Hyde), monody co
Myjlery, the, hid from all ages and the memory of,

318
generations, made manifest by the Pifts of the day,

315
gospel revelation,

133 Petrarch, essay on the life and charac-

ter of,
Nares's elements of orthoepy, 136 Pero's (Dr.) medical sketches,

329
Narrative of facts supposed to throw Philanthropisi, Francis che,

395
lights on the history of the Brittol Pbilosophical rhapsodies, 1.- Transac-
Itranger,
320 tions,

16
Nature, heraldry of, 78.-And eco- Philosophy (moral and political), prin-
nomy of beasts, & confiderations

ciples of,

29, 202
on the, 311.-Refle&ions on the Pbitbijis pulmonalis, essay on
study of,

ture and cure of the

234
Naled or che effe&ual separation of Pi&ure que poetry,

Piercy's

392

22

316

29, 202

N.

59

the na

397

145

150

debate oni,

238

Pierry's death improved,

70

R.
Pilgrim's poetical trifles,

08 Ramsay's essays on the treatment of
Pillon's additions to the lecture on American flaves, answer to, 436.
heads,

316 Cursory remarks on, &c. 437
Pincujbion, adventures of a,

79

reply to personal invectives
Pindar's lyric odes, for 1785,

in two answers, &c. 489.-Inquiry
Pious incendiaries, the

147

into the effects of putting a stop to
Pit (Mr.), Mr. M-n's epistle to, 67. the African flave trade, 440
-Id. A Mburton's epistle to, ibid. Rational amusements

143
-Mr. Fox's reply to, 78.-Twenty Reeves's hiftory of the English law, 88
resolutions, review of, 74.-Mo- Reflections (defultory) on police, 310.
tion for bringing in a bill to amend -On the study of nature, 397
the representation in parliament, Register, the new anpual for 1784, 372

78 Reid's (Dr.) essay on the nature and
Pittiad, the

230

cure of the phthisis pulmonalis, 234
Plantagouet, a poem,

392 (Dr.) essay on the intellectual
Planting and ornamental gardening, 22 powers of man,

241
Pisionis Euthydemus & Gorgias, 45 Relation of the effects of an extraor-
Poem on the death of Dr. Gibbons, dinary ftyptic,

70.-On the death of Wm. Shep- Relhan's flora Cantabrigienfis, 331
herd,

71 Remarkable effects of fixed air in mor-
Peeras by the Bristol Milkwoman, 148. tifications of the extremities, 236

-By Mr. Lovibond, 230.-By Mr. Remarks on a disease lately described by
Buoker, 314,-By a literary society, Dr. Hendy, 261.-On the extraor-

315 dinary conduet of the knight of the
Poetical trifles,

68 ten stars,398.-On Ramsay's essay on
Police, reflections on the,

310 the treatment of African flaves, 437
Political psalm for, 1785, 78.--En- Ridpath's translation of Boethius's con-

quiry into the consequences of in- solation of philofophy, 453
closing walte lands,

152 Reply to Mr. Pitt on reporting the
Paole's treatise ou ítrong beer,

320

fourth proposition of the Irish fys-
Potter's favourites of felicity, 233 tcm, 78.-To fir Lucius O'Brien,
Pouzaire's treatise on the waters of hart,

389
Balaruc,

265 Repentance, discourse upon 391
Power of gold displayed, 228.-Of Report of the Cricklade case,

oracory, 392.--Of friendship, 468 Resolutions (Irish), specch on che, 78
Practical tenevolence,
79 Ref for the weary,

196
Practice of medicine made easy, 157 Reftitution of all things,

399
Praft's landscapes in verle, 195 Retrospective view of the increasing
Prayers and meditationis, 310 number of the standing army of
Price's (Dr.) observations on the im- Great Britain,

389
portance of the American revolu- Retroverfion of the uterus, essay on
tion,
119 the,

157
Princeses (lx) of Babylon, adventures Review (candid) of Mr. Pite's twenty
of,

resolutions, 74.–Of Risdon's fur.
Principles of moral and political phi- vey of Devon,

193
lofophy,

29 Reviewers (the) corrected, 79
Prebutionary Odes for the laureathip, Raffodies, philosophical,

456 Rigley's eifay on animal heat, 97
Progress of romance,

54 Robertson's enquiry into the fine arts,
Proplets (minor), attempt towards
an improved version of the, 113 Robinson's Jefly,

315
Proposals forfeitablishing, at sea, a ma. Rolliad, Part 1. criticisms on the, 458
rine school,

478 Rollo's remarks on the discale lately
Proteft, the Irish,

described by Dr. Hendy,

261
Pfalm, a political,
78 Roman law, view of,

103
Pucelle (la), from the French of Vol. Romance, the progress of

54
taire,

210 Rouleau's letters on the clements of
Pago's (De.) tranllation of Pouzaire's botany,

109
treaties on the waters of Balaruc, Routb's Platonis Euthydemus & Gor-

265
gias,

45
Q.

Royal Academicians, more lyric odes
Suaker (the), a navel,

395 to, 149..Tcars, 392.-Dream, ib.
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