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CRITICAL REVIEW:

OR,

Annals of Literature.

BY

A SOCIETY of GENTLEMEN.

VOLUME the FIFTY-NINTH.

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Nor set down aught in malice.

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65

R. Gardiner's Observations on the Animal Oeconomy, and on the

Causes and Cure of Diseases,

page 1

Dr. Stack's Medical Cases, with Occafional Remarks,

6

Medical Communications, Vol. I.

8, 81

Dr. Kentish's Experiments and Observations on à New Species of

Bark,

15

Turner's Efay on draining and improving Peat Bogs,

· 16

Sir William Jones's Discourse on the Institution of a Society for en-

quiring into the History, Antiquities, &c. of Ala,

19

Duniter's Translation of the Frogs. A Comedy of Aristophanes, 21

The Patriot. A Tragedy,

29, 464

A Journal kept on a journey from Bassora to Bagdad,

30

Twining's Observations on the Tea and Window Act, and on the

Tea Trade,

37

Twining's Remarks on the Report of the East India Directors, re-
specting the Sale and Prices of Tca,

41

Dr. Towers's Observations on the Rights and Duty of Juries, in

Trials for Libels,

Duncombe's Select Works of the Emperor Julien,

49

Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica, No XVIII. and XIX. 59, 60

A Narrative of the Conduct of the Tea-dealers,

61

Downes's Sermons on various Subjects,

6%

Modern Times, or the Adventures of Gabriel Outcast,

The Myrtle, or the Effects of Love,

66

The Casket; or Double Discovery,

ibid.

The Yonng Widow ; or the History of Mrs. Ledwich,

67

Lipscomb's Poems,

ibid.

Harpley and Sancroft's Poems,

68

The Coalitional Rencontre anticipated,

Aerophorion. A Poem,

ibid.

The Immoftality of Shakspeare,

ibid.

Stuckey's Vanity of all Human Knowledge,

70

A Pastoral, in four Parts,

Political Letters, written in March and April, 1784,

ibid.

Sequel to Sir William Jones's Pamphlet on the Principles of Go-

vernment,

ibid.

Lord Nath condemned, and Lord Sie vindicated,
Rous's Letter to the Jurors of Great Britain,

ibid.

Moore's Method of preventing or diminihing Pain in several Ope-

rations of Surgery,

ibid.

Dr. Berkenhout's Symptomatology,

73

Bath's Esay on the Medical Character,

74 :

Day's Some Confiderations on the different Ways of removing con-

fined and infectious Air,

ibid.

Saurin's Sermons, Vol. V.

75

Walker's Thankigiving Sermon, July 29, 1784, at Nottingham, ib.

Dalglieth's Sum of Christianity,

76

Elprit de melleurs Ecrivains Francois,

Symposia; or Table Talk in the Month of September, 2784, 77

Birth-day Conversation anticipated,

78

An Address to the Officers of the British Army,

ibid.

Genuine Detail of the several Engagements, &c. of the Royal and

· American Armies, in 1775 and 1776,

79

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211

Correspondence,

80, 240, 320, 480

Pegge’s Curialia; or an Historical Account of some Branches of the

Royal Houthold, &c. Part I. 88. Part II.

91

A Review of Locke's Denial of Innate Ideas, &c.

Keeble's Theory of Harmonics,

97

Holcroft's Translation of the Tales of the Castle, by the Comteffe

de Genlis,

Cumberland's Carmelite. A Tragedy,

104

Dr, Spence's System of Midwifery,
Dr. Chandler's Enquiry into the various Theories and Methods of

Cure in Apoplexies and Palsies,

Two Schemes of a Trinity considered, and the Divine Unity assert.

ed,

113

Letters from Mons. Racine to his Son,

116

Dr. Priestley's Letters to Dr. Horsley, Part II.
Lord Sheffield's Observations on the Manufactures, Trade, and

present State of Ireland, Part I. 126. Part II.

Dr. Burney's Account of the Musical Performances in Commemo.

ration of Handel,

130

Cumberland's Natural Son, a Comedy,

The Life of Samuel Johpron, LL.D.

141, 239

Cullen's Translation of a Chemical Analysis of Wolfram, by

Don

John Joseph and Don Fausto de Luyart,

Walker's Rhetorical Grammar,

The New Rosciad,

Dawes's England's Alarm on the prevailing Doctrine of Libels, 151

A Gleam of Comfort to this distracted Empire,

152

A Plan for finally settling the Government of Ireland, ibid.

Dr. Wright's Address to the Members of both Houses of Parliament

on the late Tax laid on Fustian and other Cotton Goods,

153

The Thirty-nine Articles; or a Plan of Reform in the Legislative

Delegation of Utopia,

ibid,

Remarks on the Commutation Act,

ibid,

A Sermon on the Window 'Tax,

194

Tim Twisting to Dick Twining; or a Seaman to a Teaman, ibici.

Essais sur le Paix de 1783,

ibid.

Dialogue between the Earl of C-d and Mr. Garrick in the

Elysian Shades,

ibid.

Poetic Lectures, adapted to the present Crisis,

155

Mavor's Elegy to the Memory of Captain James King, ibid.

Rigby's Essay on the Uterine Hæmorrhage,

158

Fuller's Some New Hints, relative to the Recovery of Persons

drowned and apparently dead,

ibid.

Fearon's Treatile on Cancers,

ibid.

Godbold's Letter on Consumptions,

157

Trimmer's Sacred History, Vols. V. and VI.

ibid.

Appendix to the Scripture Lexicon,

ibid.

Dr. Cooper's Charge to the Clergy of York,

158

Dr. Horne's Sermon on Church Music,

ibid.

Appeal to the Public ; or, a candid Narrative of the Rise and Pro-

gress of the Differences now tublisting in the Roen C-

Congregation of Liverpool,

Wharton's Letter to the Roman Catholics of Worcester, ibid.

Matthews's Explanatory Appeal to the Society in general; and his

Friends in particular,

ibid.

Dr. Harwood's Letter to the Rev. S. Badcock,

167

Elements of Modern Gardening,

ibid,

Shirley's

Shirley's Angler's Museum,

160

Charfy's Fisherman, or the Art of Angling made easy,

ibid.
Philosophical Transactions, Vol. LXXIV. Part I. 161, 249: Part II.

410

Bell's System of Surgery, Vol. III.

167

Barbut's Genera Vermium,

169

Elliot's Translation of Elementary Lectures in Chemiftry and Natu-

ral History, by M. Fourcroy,

Pieces Morales & Sentimentales de Madame J.W. C-se de

Rag,

176

Moral and Sentimental Elays. By J. W. C-fs of Refrig, ib.

Report of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, &c. charged by the King of

France with the Examination of Animal Magnetism,

181

Cornwell's Domestic Physician; or, Guardian of Health,

Dr. Henry's History of Great Britain, Vol. V.

The Life and Adventures of John Christopher Wolf,

197

Sinclair's History of the Public Revenue,

203, 273

The proposed System of Trade with Ireland explained, 218

Short Elay on The Modes of Defence best adapted to the Situation

and Circumstances of this Island,

230

Answer to the Short: Essay on the Modes of Defence, &c.

231

Strictures upon the Naval Departments, &c.

ibid.

Gill's Thoughts on the Reformation of the British Representation,
&c.

232

Every Man his own Law-maker,

ibid.

Thoughts on the Commercial Arrangements with Ireland, ibid.

Free Enquiry into the enormous Increase of Attorneys, 233

Discussions of the Law of Libels as at present received,

ibid.

The Rigbts of Juries vindicated,

233, 388

Twining's Answer to the Second Report of the East India Directors,

234

Outlines of a Plan for protecting London, &c. from the Depreda-

tions of House-breakers,

ibid,

*The Emperor's Claims,

ibid.

Hobhouse's Elegy to the Memory of Dr. Johnson,

ibid.

The City Quixote,

235

Verses addressed to Sir G. O. Paul, Bart.

ibid.

Constancy, a poetical Tale,

236

Susan and Ormund, a lyric Poem,

ibid.

Ireland's Emigrant, a Poem,

ibid.

Jodrell's Knight and Friars,

ibid.

Songs. &c. in Fontainbleau, a Comic Opera,

ibid.

Liberty Hall, a Comic Opera,

ibid.

Dr. Dickinson's Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of Fever, 237

Irving's Experiments on the Red and Quill Peruvian Bark,

Rymer's Tract upon Indigestion,

239

Hístorical Reniarks and Anecdotes on the Castle of the Bastile, 240

Morgan's Grammaticæ Questiones,

ibid.

Pennant's Arctic Zoology,

241, 328

Poetry, by Richard Crashaw,

255

Poetical Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

258

Sargent's Mine: a Dramatic Poem,

261

Dr. Watson's Treatise on Time,

265

Gale's Essay II. on the Nature and Principles of Public Credit, 268

Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy,

270

Remarks upon the History and Landed and Commercial Policy of

England,

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