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History of Mirril, a Grecian Tale, translated from the Triomphe de

l'Amitié
Horne's Address to Sir W. B. Proctor

228

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James I. his Character, by Dr. Birch
Jaw and Teeth fradulently obtained ; the Author advertised
Jeannot and Colin, a Tale, from Voltaire
Jeffries, Judge, his behaviour at the Trial of the Rev. Rich. Baxter
Insensible Fair
Intrigues at Wallingford House
Johnson, Mr. Samuel, Remarks on his Trial for a Libel

212
234
189
125
116
144
246

K.

King of Denmark's Answer to the City of London's Address
King of France's Picture, on a Snuff-Box loft
King's Speech to the Lords and Commons
Kiss, a Tale, translated from the German of Mr. Gorstenburgh

124
149
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Macauly, Mrs. her Character of King Charles I.

253
Manigaults Epistle to Tho. Cufhing, Efq. Speaker of the House of
Representatives

155
Manner of a Nun's lying in State

272
Maria, Verses on, by J. P.

276
Masquerade, King of Denmark's, Description of

160
Mathematical Question, by Thomas Allen

220
Maxim
Maxims, by Poor Richard

218
Message from the Governor to the Affembly at Boston

83
Message from the House to the Governor,
Mesage from the Governor to the Assembly
Meffage from the Governor to the Assembly
mafrom the Assembly to the Governor

Meffage

179

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Mefiage from the Governor to the Affembly
from the Assembly to the Governor

III
Meskage to Governor Bernard

197
Method to remove a Bishop's Scruples concerning Masquerades

149
Mmil, History of, concluded

261
Mikake, an humourous one

233
Monody on the Death of a favourite Dog

153
N.
National Debt, Effay on the

167
Nations, cf. the reciprocal Contempt of

53
Newcaitle, Duke of, Preamble to the Patent when created Earl of Clare 206
Non, Ceremony of her Reception at a Convent, and taking of the

Whate Veil
Nun, the Ceremony of her taking the Black Veil

ISI
Nymph of Diana, a Talc, translated from the German

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140

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Occasionalist
Oue, for the New Year
Címan, Mr. Giles, his Answer to Mr. Ralph Singleton's Epiftle

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274
152

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248

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236

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Paintings of Vandyke, on the

273
Parson, Battle between him and his Clerk

113
Petition reported to the House of Representatives at Boston
Percival, Doctor, his Experiments and Observations on Water
Pierre de Sainte Cross on a Lady's Breast

35
Pillow, Poem-thereon
Poem to the Rev. Mr. John Horne
Preamble to a Grant from an Indian King to the East India Company;

exactly translated
Preamble to the Patent when the late Duke of Newcastle was created
Earl of Clare

260
l'oor, a Proposal to take them by the Head

234
Proctor, Sir W. Beauchamp's, Address to the County of Middlesex

227
Prologue to the Tragedy of Zingis

234
Prologue fpoken by Mr. Powel, for the benefit of the Westminster New
Lying-In Hospital

235
Prophecy of Famine, extract from

140
Provoco ad populum
Publick Spirit, remarkable Instance of, in the Cobler' of Messina

20

20

Q.
Qucen Elizabeth's Entertainment, by Rob. Dudley, Earl of Leicester 169
Query relating to the Small Pox

209
Queries by L. M.
Question, concerning the Saltness of the Sea Water

193
Rape

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Rape of the Boot and Petticoat, a Poem
Recipe, to procure Sleep
Reflections on the present Situation of Affairs
Remarkable Advertisement of ihe Duke of Leinster
Remarkable Anecdote of an old Maiden Lady at Dover
Remarks upon

the Guildford Verdiet
Resolutions subscribed to by the Merchants of New York
Reverend Mr. Wr-ght, Epiftle to
Rider, Rev. Mr. his Poem on the Death of Luke Singleton, Esq.
Riot at Brentford, account of
Robin's Spectacles, a Tale

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Sabbath, of the Abuse of it
School-Mafter's Complaint on his small Stipend
Scribbler, No. I.
Scribbler, No. II
Secker, Abp. of Canterbury, on his Death
Seizure, an Epigram
Servant, a very useful one, wants a Place
Sheep-Stealing punished only with Whipping in Scotland
Shakespearus
Sick, Directions for, from Smith's Letters to Married Women
Single Man wants to Lodge with a Single Womam
Singleton, Mr. Ralph, his Epistle to-Mr. Giles Osman
Smolet, Dr. his character of the English Nation
Speech, remarkable one made in the Court of King's Bench
Speech in a certain Affembly in Reply to Lord B-
Speech, curious-one, delivered at the famous Club
Speech of an Orator, at a Club at Newcastle
Spence, the Rev. Mr. Poem on his Death
Statesmen Foil'd, a Musical Comedy, fome Account of the
Sybils, Dissertation concerning them

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114
151
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194
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T.

Teeth, Beardmore's Treatise on the Disorders of them
Trial of Maclane for the Murder of Wni. Allen the younger
Trial of Thomas Knight for Murder, Remarks on
Trials by Jury, excellence of

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U.

Venus, Tranfit of, computed by Robert Langley

68
Verses, on seeing an Engraving of Lady Charlotte Cranfield and Child 276
Vircues, Prejudicial and True

104, 146

Wadhamensis,
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Wadhamenfis, his Answer to a Theological Question ·
Wadhamenfis's Answer to Theological Queries
Watch, Reflections on
Will of Robert Dudley, Baron of Denbigh
Will of Thomas Cavendish, Esq.
Wilkes at Liberty

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Y.

Young Widow Gentlewoman wants to borrow 30l. to enable her to get
an honest Livelihood, which the otherwise despairs of

194
Young Lady, whose accomplishments have acquired the Esteem of the
Beau Monde, advertises for a Keeper

234
Young Ladies, two, wanted by a single Gentleman

Directions to the Binder for placing the Guts.

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A The ridiculous Match

RMS of Liberty and Slavery, to face the Title Page.
3. Rape of the Boot and Petticoat
4. King of Denmark
5. The Union; or, the Pay-Masters

78
6. Siege of Warwick-Caflé

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7. Rising of the inferior Clergy
8. Lady Charlotte Cranfield and Child

195
9. The Draining-Plough

112
10. Scoreh Amusements

140
11. A Figure that appeared in a Mazarine Gown

148
12. Snake Boat

132
13. Rob-Thief; or the Pilfeters in Masquerade

169
14. Counsellor Double-Fee

188
15. Chariot given by her Majesty to the reigning Prince of Mecklen-
burgh

179
16. The Parson of Brentford

236
17. The Brentford Blection

228
18. Ceremony of a Negro-Funeral

229
19. Midas; or the Surry Justice

252
20. Begging Devotees and Jugglers of China.

273
21. View of Carlisle Castle

273

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