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BY 'S E V E R AL HAND S.
Printed for R. GRIFFITHS :
Titles, AUTHORS NAMES, &c. of the Books
and PAMPHLETs contained in this Volume.
N. B. For REMARKABLE PAssages, see the INDE X;
at the End of the Volume.
... For the CONTENTS of the Foreign articles, in the Appendix,
see the last page of this Table.
ATONININT, Defence of the Do&rine A Bazionet of the Rise of them before
Page 202 AUTHENTIC Papers from America, 89 ACADEMIC Dream,
В. ACCIDENCE, Eng!. by a Lady, Account of further Proceedings at the BAC circTeráiblation of Pinto's Elay
37 1: dia House, 463 BAILEY's Letter to Shebbeare,
35 of the Regacta, $ 54 · Appendix to ditto,
548 Adam's Tail,
355 BARCLAY's Engl. Di&ionary, ADDITIONS to Lord Lyttelton's Works, BARKER's Heb. Grammar,
285 555 BARRY'S Inquiry into the Arts, ADDRESS to Lord Mansfield, 182 Bate's Rival Candidates, a Comic Opeo'
to the Government, 183 ra,
265 BEAUMONT, Mad. de, her Moral Tales,
360 to the Senate ät Cambridge, BenTLEY, Ms. or the Rural Philolo460 pher,
361 of the People of Great Britain BiRTH PLACE, a Poem,
356 to the Colonies,
540 BLAYNEY on Daniel, Abelphi, of Térence, new Translation Blow at the Root of PrienlyClaims, 379 of,
321 BOLINGBROKE's Letters on Patriotism, ADVENTURES of a Corkscrew,
183 ADVERTISEé, a Poem,
457 Bólt on India Affairs, Vols. II, III. 462 Aikir's Life of Agricola, 152 BOROUGH BROKER,
372 Almon's Debates in the House of Com. BOULANGER's Exper, on Spar,
350 moas, Vols. X. XI. 551 BowyIr's Origin of Printing,
5! AMIRICA, Publications relative to. See BRAGANZA, a Tragedy, COLONIES.
BRANB on Insurances, &c. AMERICAN Querit, 179 BRIGGs on Religious Zeal,
365 Independerce, new Edit. 549 BRYANT's Analyfis of ancient MythoANNALS of Adminiftra ion, 262 logy continued,
47$ ANSWLR to Taxation no Tyranny, 446 BURXE's Speech (April, 1774) on Ames 10 Burke's Speech,
78 APPENDIX to a Létter to Shebbeare, 548
March 2 (1775) 543 ASSOCIATION,
263 BURNABY's Serm, on Subscription, &c ASTLE, Mr. his Edition of the Will of
374 Heary VI.
ago BUTLER's Latin Sermon before the Pros
fincial Syaod of Canterbury A
DISCOURSE on Hereditary Right, 500 AMLIN. See CIRCUMSTANCES. DISSERTATION on the Geometrical Candid Suggesions, &c. 189 Analyfis of the Ancients, 359 Exam, of the Claims of Great DORSETSHIRE, Hiftory of,
29 Britain and the Colonies, 537 * DRAMA, a Poem,
353 CAPRICIOUS Facher,
360 DUELLING and Suicide, CARSTAR Es's State Papers, 143 Dunn's Introd. to Aftronomy,
concluded, 219 CASE's Sermons,
Feelings relative to
462, 463, 554 CHARLOTTI, 2 Play,
492 · EDWARDS'S HIR. of Redemption, 117 CHATHAM, Lord, his Plan, &c. 179 EDWIN and Julia,
361 his Speech,
ib. ENFIELD's Engl. Preacher, 294 CHEMICQ-NIDICA: Differtation on
296 Mercury, 976 ENGLAND's true Interest,
88 CHINESE Eclogue,
353 EPISTLE trom an Officer at Otaheite to CHOLERIC Man, a Comedy,
189 CONCUMSTANTIS which preceded* the Essay on the Situation of Gardens, 72 Letters, &c.
273 CLARE, Lord, his Verfes to the Queea, on the Nature of the Colonies, 454
269 Essays in Prose and Verle, 369 CLEONICE, a Tragedy,
ib. EXHORTATION to Prisoners, 554 CLOACINA, i Comic-Tragedy, 454 EXTRACTS from the Votes of the Con. COLONIES, Britis, Publications rela.' grels, tive to, 9, 78, 173, 253, 446, 537
E. COMMON SENSE, &c.
ABRIGAS and Mostyn-farther ProCOMINGE, Count, Mem, of, 339
90 COMOLAINT to the , 84
187 CONCILIATOR Y Address, 265 FALCONER on the Poison of Copper, 164 Concuss System of Geography 463 FAMILY Chaplain,
517 CONCLAVE of 1774,
455 FARMER on the Demoniacs, 204 CONGRESS can varied,
181 FASHIONABLE Tell Tale, 280 CONSIDERATIONS on the Meafures, &c. Fawcet's Sick Man's Employ, 461 with the Colonies, 377 PEATHERS, a Tale,
457 on E. India Affairs, FEMALE Forgery,
FIDDLE the best Doctor,
Reply to Walker, 372
for April, p. 341: for May, 437; for CORRESPONDENTS, a Novel, 430 June, 523; and Appendix,
585 CRAD Sock's Village Memoiis, 139
FRANKLIN'S Matilda, a Tragedy, 173 CRANE's Revolvit Cor meum, 370 FREE Thoughts on the Congress, COUNTRY Justice, a Poem, Part II. 406 FRIENDLÝ Hint to the Americans, 83 D.
C. JIALOGUE between a Southern De. ALLATIO,
legate and his Spouse, 263 GALLOWAY, Mr. his Exan. of DIALOGUES from Wieland, 508 the Claims of Great Britain and the DALRYMPLE, Sir John, bis Address to Colonies,
537 the Colonies, 540 GENIUS of Britain,
353 Davis, Mrs. her Engl. Accidence, 464
ib. DIBATES. See ALMON.
GENTLEMAN, Mr, his Modish Wife, De Fue's Hift. of Roxana, new Edit. 274
269 DE CUINES, Count, his Memoire, &c.
and Lady's Companion ia 189 the Garden,
$55 DESCRIPTION of the French King's Co
's Tour through Wales, mi niton,
ib. DEVEREL' Sermons,
44 CEUGRAPHY, concile System of, 468
Hawar's Analygs of the Civis
GIRARD'S E$ay op Genius, | JORNSON, Sec LITTIR, and Rs. GLOver's Evidence on the Weft India
Other Answers to Taxation, GODFREY of Bulloign. See TASSA. &c.
446, 448, 449, 450 GOLDSMITH's Natural Hiftory, 319 JOHNSTONI's Speech,
183 GOSTLING'S Walk in Canterbury, 73 Jones's Remarks on tbe English Lan. Gould's Latin Sermon at Cambridge, guage,
- Heroine of the Cave, * 357 Graças, a poetical Epiftle, 273 JOURNAL of the Congress,
87 GRAINGER' Supplement to his Biogra. JUSTICE and Policy, &c. Part II. 88 phy,
a Poem. Seç COUNTRY, , GRAY's Elegy trapdared ipso Latin, 354 his Life and Works, compiled by
Elly's Romance of an Hour, 96 GREINHILL on the Millenium, 368
KENRICK's Obf. on Marriage GRIFFITH's Morality of Shakespeare, Contracts,
514 có KIỆN Long,
353 Grosz's Antiquities of England, &c. KIRELAND on Childbed Fevers,
185 Vol. II. 733 Kisses of Secundus-tranAated,
387 Gress Imposition detected,
278 H, ANBI's History of Chels, 286
LAVETIRA, M. his Obs. on Phyfioga HAPPY Life,
190 HARWOOD on Temperance, &c. 47 LL Courier François,
74 He is found at laft, 187 LECTURES to Lords Spiritual,
553 HENDERSON's Letter to Johofon, 372 Lemon's Greek Rudiments,
373 HENY the Seventh's Wili, 251 LEONORA, an Elegy, HEROINE of the Cave, 357 LETTER to Lord M.
85 Hewson's experimental Ioquiries,
to the People, in Answer to Part 11.
the Congress, Her's Sermon at Cambridge, 284
to Dr. Johnson, 184 HEYLIN's Help to English History, new
from A. Henderson, 372 Edit.
to the Ladies, &c.
266 HISTERXAN's Philofophic Whim, 269
to Lord Camden,
4527 HILL, Richard, his Three Letters, 93
to the Author of an Observa. Robert, bis Poems,
459 · Richard, his Gross Imposition de
- to Mr. Macpherson,
279 LIBERTINE Huiband reclaimed, 360 History of Mad. de Belieu, 274 LILLD's Works,
54 of Chess,
,281 LITURG? on the Principles of the Chr. of Feversham, Religion,
428 of Winchester, 459 Lover's Electrical Philofopher,
353 Hoole's Cleonice, 269 LUSUS Poetici,
273 Hooper's Rational Recreations, 19 LYTTELTON, Lord, (the lare) see Cor. HORBIRY's Sermons,
187 RESPONDENTS. HORSLEY's Remarks on Phipp's Voyage,
present, bis Speech on the Canada Bill,
550 НотсH-POтся, ,
373 Hull's Alteration of Thomson's Edward
M. and Eleonora,
ACAULAY's Add. to the People,87 Human Authority in Matters of Faith,
364 MACPHERSON's Hiftory of Great Britain, QUXTIR's Sermons, 133
238, 458 DUTCHINS's Hilory of Dorset, 29
Original Papers, 243, 415
Sec LETTER. 1.
MALTON's Royal Road to Georgetry Acor's Hiftory of Faverdham,
319 JLPHson's Braganza,
246 MANNER of declining Latin Nouns, &c. Jounson's Jousary to Scofland, 57
158 MANSFIEBD, Lord, his Speech on the Taxatica no Tytaray,