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CRITICAL REVIEW:

OR,

Annals of Literature.

BY

A SOCIETY of GENTLEMEN.

VOLUME the FIFTIETH.

Nothing extenuate,
Nor set down aught in malice. SHAK SPEARE.
Ploravere fuis non respondere favorem
Speratum meritis

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HERIDAN's General Dictionary of the Engliņi Language, concluded,

page 1 Hayley's Epistle on the Death of John Thornton, Esq.

Eflay on History,
Dr. Rd. Watson's Discourse to the Clergy of Ely,
Abcdario Musico,

17 Supplement to the Edition of Shakspeare's Plays published in

1778 by Samuel Johnson and George Steevens, Collection of the Wills of the Kings and Queens of England, 31 Dr. Toulmin's Antiquity and Duration of the World,

34 Dillon's Travels through Spain,

42, 110 H. Clarke's Translation of Lorgna's Disertation on the Summation of Infinite converging Series with Algebraic Divisors,

47 Mills's Georgics of Virgil,

50 Fawkes's Argonautics of Apollonius Rhodius,

55 Green's Argonautic Expedition, from the Greek of Apollonius Rhodius,

ibid. Essay on the Interests of Great Britain in Regard to America, The Out-of-doors Parliament,

ibid. Plan of Affociation for the Parishes, &c. of Great Britain, ibid. Three Letters' to Lord Viscount Howed,

ibid. Letter from a Gentleman in the Englis House of Commons, in

Vindication of his Conduct with Regard to the Affairs of Treland,

ibid. Address to the Gerdienen; Clergy; &c. of Lancashire, 66 Inquiry into the legal Method of fupprefing Riots, ibid. Defence of the Protestant Asociation,

ibid. Dr. Markham's Serinon on the Wisdom of appointing and supporting the Civil Magistrate,

67 Morgan's Sermon on the Duty of Patriotism,

ibid. Dr. Weales's Sermon on National Unanimity,

ibid. Chandler's Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye,

ibid. Spillbury's Free Observacions on the Gout, &c.

68 The State Mountebank,

ibid. Epistle to Right Hon. John, Earl of Sandwich,

69 Miss Seward's Elegy on Captain Cook,

ibid, Fitzgerald's 168

65

Fitzgerald's Ode to the Memory of Capt. Cook,

Love Elegics, by a Sailor,

71

Kemble's Fugitive Pieces,

Letter from Mrs. Straightforward to her son Timmy, 72

The Incredible Bore,

ibid.

La Belle Assemblée,

73

Heroic Epistle to the rev, Richard Watson, D. D. ibid.

Answer to the Heroic Epistle to the rev. Dr. Watson, 75

An Heroic Address in Prose, to the rev. Dr. Watson,

The Picture Gallery,

80

Dr. Bagor's Twelve Discourses on the Prophecies concerning the

Etabliment and History of Christianity,

81

Mainwaring's Sermons on feveral Occasions,

92

Andree's Observations on the Theory and Cure of the Venereal

Disease;

98

Hayley's Ode inscribed to John Howard, Eq.

Dr. Dunbar's Essays on the History of Mankind,

103

Landen's Mathematical Memoirs,

119

Philosophical Transactions, Vol. LXIX. Part II. 125. Vol.

LXX. Part. I. 202. 281.

Cavallo's Essay on the Theory and Practice of Medical Electri-

city,

133

Noble's Differtations upon the Mint and Coins of Durham, 138

FOREIGN ARTICLES,

143, 228, 306, 378, 460

Foreign LITERARY INTELLIGENCE, 147, 229, 312, 384, 465

Eliza Reeves's Poems,

148

Heroic Epiftle from Serjeant Bradhaw, in the Shades, to John

Dunning, Esq.

ibid.

Lasus Naturæ; or, the Sports of Nature,

149

Jodrell's Widow or no Widow,

ibid.

Andrews's Fire and Water ! a Comic Opera,

ibid.

Colman's Manager in Difreis,

150

Dr. Degravers's Treatise on the Human Eye

ibid.

The Hiltory of the Roman Catholici

151

The Messiah, by Thomas Barker, :*

ibid.

Letters from Baron Haller to his Daugbtei,

ibid.

Dr. Laughton's Progress and Efte bila pient of Christianity, 152

Bryant's Address to Dr. Psieltaey upon.bis. Do&trine of Philoso-
phical Neceflity,

ibid.

Dr. Priestley's Letter to Jacob Bryant, 'Erq. in Defence of Phi.

losophical Neceflity,

153

Dr. Gibbons's Memoirs of the Rev. Dr. Watts,

157

A Falhionable Day,

158

A Tour to the Caves in the Environs of Ingleborough and Ser-

cle,

Le Jeune's Choix de Livres François,

ibid.

Microscopic Observations,

160

Hope's Thoughts, in Prose and Verse,

ibid.

Select Tragedies of Euripides, translated from the Greek, II

Miss M. Minifie's Count de Poland,

Edmondsor's
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216, 271

Dr. Frewer's Dvoukoyia; or, the Doctrine of Nature,

222

Donaldson's Elements of Beauty,

228

Memorial addressed to the Sovereigns of Europe,

232

Effay on Conftitutional Liberty,

ibidea

Letters to Caius concerning the Times,

ibid.

Stevenson’s Address to the hon. Admiral Keppel, &c. Third Edi.
tion,

ibid.

Effay, shewing the extreme Ignorance or Malice-prepense of the

late Rioters and Patrons,

233

View of the present State of the Dutch Settlements in the Eat

Indies,

ibid.

The Candidate; a poetical Epistle,

ibid.

Mufic in Mourning,

235

The Castle of Infamy,

ibid.

An Elegiac Ode to the Memory of David Garrick, elg. 236

The Gray's Inn Association,

237

Tony Lumpkin in Town, a Farce,

ibid.

Slight Sketch of the Controversy between Dr. Priestley and his

Opponents,

ibid.

Roe's Treatise on the Natural Small-pox,

238

Thomas's Effay on the Gonorrhea,

239

Elliot's Efays on Phyfiological Subjects,

ibid.

Account of the Life and Writings of the late Alex. Monro, sen.
M. D.

ibid.

Letters between Clara ard Entoniaz.

ibid.

Wanoftrocht's Grammar of the Frer.ch Language,

240

The New Art of Speaking cour

ibid.

Dr. Priestley's Letters to a thilcfopher Unbeliever,

241

The Art of War, a Poemi.

247

The Abbey of Kilkhantptcrni Part -14.253. Part II. 445
British Topography,

257

Williams's Lectures on the Universal Principles and Duties of

Religion and Morality,

293

Euphrolyne ; or, Amusements on the Road of Life, Vol. 11.

302

Dr. Simmons's Observations on the Cure of the Gonorrhea, 304

A short History of the laf Session of Parliament,

315

Inquiry into the Origin and Consequences of the Influence of

the Crown over Parliament,

A Letter

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